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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Club corner notes The Harmony Ladies Auxiliary will hold a regular meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. First United UCW Units will meet as follows Margaret Thursday at 2 p.m. with Rose 1711 8th Ave. Annie I. May 14 at p.m. with Nan 115 19th St. May 14 at 8 p.m. with Grace 201 Magrath 1716 Henderson Lake Emily Thursday at 2 p.m. with Nellie 318 12th St. Magowan V. S. 540 12th St. B Whitmore Thursday at 8 with Carol 2503 8th Ave. A N. The Minus One Club will hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Church hall. Lunch and coffee will be served. The Teen dels will hold a reunion dinner at the home of Irene Virtue at 6 p.m. following the spring sing performace on May 11. The SAWDA meeting to be held Tuesday has been and will be re- scheduled for Tuesday May 14 at p.m. in the Hardieville School. The monthly meeting of Beta Sigma Phi City Council will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. There will be a meeting of the Lethbridge and District Old Timers Pemmican Club Monday at 8 p.m. in the club rooms. WeeWhimsy F.O.L BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th A 13th 81. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 8 Cards tori .OO or 259 Each ThrM 7 Number JACKPOT FrNGfMlimlFmCirb DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay douoli monoy Mark Seyffer be sent the original art for his quote Send your child's quotation to this paper. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And le ProfCMlon... WHY NOT BECOME A We have 3 fully qualified full time mtruclresses and we teach all phases of beauty hair styling and tinting and pormanem waving You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air- conditioned school a professional beautician higher than the average income and opportun- ities are unlimited Alberta Btduty School Fill Out I 405 5lh St. S. LtihbrldQ. Thli Coupon NAME ForMor. ADDRESS Information CITY ClltIM Starting Now Low Monthly Tuition St. Patrick's CWL groups will meet as Irene Tuesday at 640 17th St. May Bradley. Wednesday at 319 13th St. Louise Reive with Mary Tuesday at 521 14th St. S. The regular monthly meeting of the Alberta Human Rights will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the gold room of the YMCA. For further information contact Mrs. Daryl 328-3856 or Frank Merkl at 328-4029. i The Women of the Moose No. 328 will sponsor a fried chicken supper at the Moose Hall Tuesday at p.m. Members are asked to bring a potluck dish. A meeting will follow at 8. Hostesses for the evening will be the academy of friendship committee. A meeting of the LCC nurses alumni will be held Thursday at p.m. at Martha 1130 7th St. A. S. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance in the Moose Monday at 8 p.m. All square dancers welcome to attend. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Laurel Chapter No. 43 Order of the Eastern Star will hold a meeting in the Masonic Hall Monday at 8 p.m. All visitors welcome. Members of the 1914-18 War Veteran's Association who wish to have tickets to the annual banquet on May 21 are asked to contact Ethel Styner at 328-5976 CROWBAR ON TOUR One of Canada's leading rock has left for an extensive tour of the western United States and Canada. Trophy misplaced Officials of the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival are anxious to locate the Owen Williams Mem- orial Sheild. The award was last presented in 1972 to the best school was not awarded in but was won by the I.R. Baker High School of Coaldale this year. the memorial shield cannot be located and officials ask the help of those concerned with the festival in finding the prize. To women Militant lib in France Canadian education short-changes history Alta. Canadian education has a Edmonton publisher Mel Hurtig says. ownership entering into Canada brings with it cultural he told the opening session of a three-day annual meeting of the Alberta Association for Continuing Education. Last 75 per cent of the teaching appointments at Canadian post-secondary institutions went to non- he said. Ninety- five per cent of the text books used in Canadian schools were published outside the country. result is a generation of young Canadians leaving their schools not knowing anything about Canadian history and the problems of he said. young people know all about Davy but they don't know about Simon Frazer and David Thompson. They don't know how exciting Canadian history the differences between the two cultures and why those differences tfre worth Citing a number of instances of foreign ownership and influence Mr. who is a member of the committee for an independent WE PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT Provides Continuing Satisfaction Your lovely furnishings will stay like new have longer life with proper care. Our in-the-home Duraclean service gives you the finest professional absorption cleaning'of car- pets and furniture. Ask us about the Dura- clean Service Certificate that adds extra value to your purchase. Duraclein has earned the commendilion of IVtoEanneanil the approval oflha American Research A Testing Laboratories. WILSON DONALDSON 1404-11 Ave. S. Phones said Canadians live in a unique country. you have allowed to happen to your no other country in the world woujd have he said. Veterans sought by department OTTAWA veterans affairs department editor is searching for veterans who are 100 years old or older so they may receive congratulations from the prime minister and the Queen. Editor of the department's magazine Tom said his appeal for names has uncovered veterans not registered with the department. Some were unaware they are eligible for department benefits. The search might also find the oldest veteran. The department has files on many old veterans but some have no contact with it. It is these he wants to he said. Oldest known veterans now are Walter of Toronto who served with the British forces in India in the the Boer War in the and The First World War 1914-1918. Philias also of Elk served during the First World War. Elk Lake is about 100 miles north of Sudbury. WHEY AS FOOD Agriculture Canada scientists are looking at different methods of processing a cheese by- for food manufac- turing. By ROSETTE HARGROVE PARIS A clarion call has just gone out from the increasingly militant French version of the women's liberation movement the M.L.F. On May Mother's French women are being urged to go on to leave everything cooking and cleaning to hapless husbands. Working girls are asked to stay away from crippling production and closing schools. 'This is a protest against the inequality of a third of France's population. Women1 paid an average of 6 to 7 per cent less than men. The difference rises to as much as 35 per cent for executives. Will the call to strike be Most men questioned shrugged their shoulders and course not. Frenchwomen live for and by their men. They couldn't do without But they may well be wrong. spokeswomen sound determined. millions of men spend Mother's Day with screaming ruined mountains of unwashed dishes and sleeping in an unmade will they start appreciating just how much we are in is a mother The in a recent tried to work out the value of the stay-at-home At the rate of 10 hours a day and seven days a they reckon she is worth around a month. This figure is enough to make any woman sit up and think. How did Parents reach first of it considered that a mother does the work of nine different and qualified people. If each had to be paid this is what it approximately would cost Cleaning Window Laundress Children's Nurse Homeword supervisor Family On top of claims the a woman is a nurse and seamstress when the occasion demands. On another' Frenchwomen a year ago won an important legislative battle. As of April a husband who takes Imagine a land where you can breathe the incense of cedar and seaweed on a forgotten stretch of beach. Imagine a land where you can inhale the perfume of pine beside a roaring waterfall. Cup your hands and drink deeply from a crystal-clear creek. Discover the strange mys- tery of mist-shrouded Forbidden Plateau. Imagine a land where you can stroll through an English city where flowers bloom the year round. Experience a metropolis on a harbour rimmed by towering mountains you can hike on in Summer and ski down in a metropolis where you can walk in a thousand acre park just minutes from elegant hotels. Drive through orchards that are frothy white in Spring and crimson red in Fall. Savor the Summer taste of cherry cider from a road- side fruit stand. Take in a rodeo. Discover a ghost town. Imagine a land of Seacoast. Mountains. Lakes. Rivers. Rangeland. Desert. Waves of Wheatfields. Imagine a vacation you'll return from with a thousand faces indelibly impressed on your mind and in your memory. This is British Columbia. To hnd out more about British Columbia See your travel agent for information on all-inclusivc leaving a wife and children may find his employer is deducting his maintenance obligations from his salary and sending it to his divorced wife. alimony in France was never computed as generously as in the United States. Fathers of illegitimate children can also be forced to support them in the same way. This reform was much needed. According to only 20 per cent of divorced women had been receiving regular alimony from their husbands. Over received none at all. The new French legislation avoids the cost of a court action. The or is the champion of divorced women in France. It is to his office that the wife takes her complaint if the husband owes between two months and five years'maintenance. The next stage is for the to hunt down the husband. For this he charges which later will be repaid by the husband. If the erring head of the family does not cough up. the has the power to compel the employer to pay the estranged wife on a monthly basis. And in cases where there are big a proportion of back payments will be added to the monthly allowance until all is paid up. The only defense a reluctant father can advance is poverty or inability to find a job. This new legislation goes a long way to helping but according to statistics there are still women who will not be helped at all. They are those whose ex- husbands are not in a regular who are chronically or who derive a private income from investments. These unsalaried men can still avoid their obligations. Another law which has just come into effect concerns the rights of illegitimate children. Previously ineligible to inherit their father's they now can take their rightful place as legitimate heirs. If father was a gay then the illegitimate child gets an equal share of his will with subsequent legitimate brothers and sisters. on the other the illegitimate child was born because the father went astray during his then the child can only claim half the share of the legitimate children. CHEATS SPOTTED Que. A group of women in this city are thankful for taking a course in mechanics. Now they can spot any garage attendants trying to cheat them when they bring their cars in for servicing. Said one so good now that even our husbands ask us for advice. And it's just HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services NNd ClottilM. Firnlliri. Tip. Effects Call 33I-2MO For Pickup OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. 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