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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Moy J2, 1970 Finance Training In Women's Bank Clothing More Modest MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Nine women who say their sex for too long has gone untrain- ed in matters of finance are seeking a state charter to es- tablish and operate a bank. The First Women's Bank of Florida would be near a re- tirement centre on the south- ern end of Miami Beach. "We hope our bank would be used as a proving ground to train women to take care of their financial says Mrs. Mai Englander, a 45-year- old grandmother and chairman of the board for the proposed facility. "We realize that all women would like to predecease their husbands but the facts of He are that we don't. And whether women handle any of the finan- cial matters or not, we would like for them to be able to face it calmly and with knowledge. "Many women fear just the word 'bank.1 We would like to make bank a household word." In Tallahassee, state Banking Commissioner Fred 0. Dickin- son Jr. said the application for a charter listed capitalization of He said the wom- en's request would be handled routinely, with a decision later his year. Mrs. Englander, wife of a for- mer Miami Beach city council- man, and eight other women were Usted as directors. They range in age from the late 20s to the early 50s. Men also will be employed by the bank, and their accounts would be welcomed, Mrs. Eng lander said. Going To Expo? Dress For Summer By JEAN SHARP f; CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) If you are going to Japan this sum- mer, dress for temperatures in the mid-70s to mid-80s. Kay Simons says many of the people going to Osaka to see Expo '70 are also going to Tokyo and Kyoto, and weather in the three areas is similar. Miss Simons, travel repre- sentative for Canadian Pacific Airlines, says dress in Japan is a little more modest than in Canada, and Osaka a little more reserved than Tokyo. "You don't see too many wouldn't be pract- ical in the climate and the mini is -strictly for resort wear." Miss Simons says she thinks most westerners will enjoy Married Women In Quebec On Equal Footing In July Japanese food, and she rec- ommends it on the grounds of economy. "Steak is a pound. When you order it in a restaurant, it's expensive. Anyone living there converts to Japanese food. "I like to have one of their bowls of soup that has every- thing in it-shrimp, every- thing. It is good and it's inex- pensive. "If you like seafood you're well away, anyway." She says she enjoys shop- ping in Tokyo because' she likes the variety of things available in department stores, and like- the way the stores are laid out. She says she feels shopping is too per- sonal a thing to offer advice on, but does suggest a visit to arts and crafts departments. If you are out of Canada for two weeks, you now may bring worth' of goods back with you. Miss Simons says language is not a problem in Tokyo or THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes By BERNARD RACINE MONTREAL (CP) Legis- lation to be effective this July will do away with the preroga- tives of the' traditional head of family and give women an al- LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner i By JUDY McINTOSH WCHS '70 is on its way! 1 May 27 is the big day. In ease you haven't heard yet, Ly- oko '70 is the name of this year's fashion show of Church- ill. The word Lyoko is Japan- ese for travel and that's just what this presentation does; transports you to a new world of fashion. Over 100 garments will be modelled by our talented fab- rics girls. Also, some new fash- ions for men will be presented by John Black's Men's Wear. Something different is being presented this year, besides the usual female commentators, a tew boys have finally won out and will also announce some of the stunning creations. Entertainment will be provid- ed by Pauline Erno, Wendy Grigg, and a new singing group featuring Ron La Place. Ke- freshments are being furnish- ed by the Foods 10, 20, and 30 classes. Tickets to this affair are priced at one dollar each and may be purchased by con- tacting Winston Churchill High School. Many new things were intro- duced into Churchill this year. There were good things like in- dependent study, smoking rooms, student lounge, and the changing of some outdated rules and practises. Along with the progress came set-b a c k r almost too great to overcome drugs, internal conflicts, anc greatest of all, apathy. Students were given the pow- er to run practically everythirij in the school, but as it turnec out, the same few students hac to do everything. If the student body was asked to do a task apathy was expressed through- out. Churchill students are proud to say they go there, bu very few have helped make i into what it is. A new year is coming with a whole new group of students fresh out of junior high. Maki use of it, participate. Make Churchill greater yet! (The views voiced In the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, bnt are a reflectkm of the student opinion.) ost p e r f e c t equality, Mrs. aire Kirkland Casgrain said The new minister of tourism, sh and game spoke on the fu- ure of legal position of mar- ed women in Quebec at the th convention of the Caisses opulaires Desjar'dins. "Hie modern conjugal soci- tywUlconfer on women a p-owing number of patrimon- al powers, in seeking an ideal ssociation built on equality nd she said. Under the legislation, a wo- man could, of her own initia- ve and regardless of her mari- al status, be a guardian, ac- -ept an inheritance, consent to r accept a donation and exe- ute a will. Women wanted to form with ieir husbands a marriage in hich each has prerogatives and responsibilities, 'in which le interests of one are not sac- ficed to the interests of the Jier, "a marriage which wo- non want to see become an deal life structure for adults 'ho have chosen to marry." TOP TEN AT LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you want and send in. You'll rtceive your records for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1. LITTLE GREEN BAG-The George Baker Selection 2. AMERICAN WOMAN-The Guess Who 3. UP AROUND THE BEND-Creedance Clearwater Reviyai 4. MR. MONDAY-The Original Cast 5. MY BABY LOVES LOVIN'-White Planes 6. WHAT IS TRUTH-Johnny Cash 7. SOMETHINGS BURNING-lst Edition t LET IT BE ME-The Beatles 9. MISS AMERICA-Mark Lindsay 10. COME RUNNING-Van Morrision COMING EVENTS JUNI 7lh- p.m. Yales BIG BAND CONCERT Sponsored by Ladies' Auxiliary to St. Michael's Hospital Overture Concert Series Tickets Now Available WATCH FOR OUR GIGANTIC CASSETTE SALE CHECK OUR STOCK OF GARNET AMPLIFIERS AND P.A. SUPPLIES LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., IETHBRIDGE I NAME I ADDRESS................................. "Planning on giving an imitation of Dean Martin on a Saturday Osaka, where you can usually find people who speak Eng- lish. "If you stay in a hotel, though get a ear.il with the hotel name on it in Japanese characters to show your cab driver in case you get some- one who docs not speak Eng- lish. If you try to write it out or say it in Japanese, he prob- ably won't be able to under- stand you." She says bus tours and train accommodations are good if you want to make the triangle tour through Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto and back, and they can be arranged ahead of time through travel agents. If you are going to Japan only, you will need a vaccina- tion, and typhoid shots are recommended. If you are going to Hong Kong or Tai- wan you might need cholefa shots. Miss Simons says you should take time to visit the country. "Take a couple of days out in the country. Don't just go to the city. The country life is a tranquil life, as you see'it in a picture book." She has some general travel tips to offer. "First, lay everything out on the bed that you want to take. Put two-thirds of it back in the closet, and you'll still have too much." STROLLING SISTERS Mrs. Jacqueline Onassis, right, wife of the Greek shipping magnate, walks with her lister, Princess Lee Radziwill, to the Alvin theatre in midtown Manhattan to see the play J CaUar Of cLo All members of the Order of Eastern Star are reminded of te joint church parade to be leld Sunday at 11 a.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. lembers are asked to meet at he church at a.m. Council 1490 of Knights of Mumbus will present the iving Kosary in Catholic Cen- ral High School auditorium Sunday at 2 p.m. sharp. The mblic is welcome to attend. Loyal Order of Moose will a social and dance, Satur- day at 5 p.m. in the Moose lome, 1234 3rd Ave. N. Long Acres Band will provide the music. Members and guests are invited. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regu- ar dance, Saturday at >.m. in Southminster hall. All square dancers are welcome and women are requested to )ring a box lunch. Square dancers are reminded of the wind up dance on May 30. Members of the children's Easter holiday pottery classes may claim projects, Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon in the Bow- man Arts Centre. South Students On Honor Roll Two southern Alberta stu- dents are on the honor roll of Southern Utah State College, Cedar City, Utah. On the high honor roll is Gor- don Brent Heggie of L e t h- bridge, with a 4 grade point av- erage. On the honor roll is Charles Gordon Watson of Ray- mond with a grade point aver- age between 3.6 and 3.9. Jayeee Officers Casey Wiskerke of Kipp has been ekcleii as the southern Alberta representative to the provincial executive of the Al- berta and North West Terri- tories Jaycccs. Recently elected to the Leth- bride Jaycees executive were Dr. Ron Fabbi, president; Bob Ross, first vice-president; Dan Ledine, second vice-president; Lawrence Bolding, secretary and Peter Anderson, treasurer. ANOTHER ALBERTA PJ. SMOKER WINS ...and on the average, there's a big RJ. winner every 48 Mr. Harvey Nagel of 7428 20 Street S.E., Calgary, has hauled many things in his truck over the years. But the most profitable cargo he evsr carried came in a packet cigarettes! When he opened a pack of Peter Jackson recently, he found a cash certificate worth Mr. Nagel said it was like having a dream come true. Now he and his wife can finally afford to buy their own home! If you'd like to make some dreams come true and you think that might help... switch to Peter Jackson today! la win to you mull umliry undti nil" on csrtilKi Some recent winners Mr. William M. Ferguson Mis. Dick Andrews 7032 Chilliwack River Rd. Box 781 Sartis, B.C. Claresholm, Alia. Mr. Jamos M. Haines General Delivery Comox, B.C. RJ. gives away more big cash prizes than any other cigarette ;