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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THf UrHRRIDGE HERAID Tliundoy, November 5, 1970 4-ami Slight Victory o For Women For The Record By MARILYN ANDESSON Herald Family Editor WASHINGTON (AP) 'Two of the most outspoken in politics. Ixmisc Day Hicks ol' Joslon and Bella Ahziig ol New Green of Oregon, Julia B. Hanson at Washington and Shir- Icy Oiislwlra or NOT York, ami Republicans Margaret Heckler Yoik City, have won seals in Congress but voters turned back of Massachusetts, Char lotto in _____ Romney in her cl'ai- lenge of Senator Philip Hart of Michigan. Mrs. Hicks, an adamant oppo- nent of moving children by bus lo bring about racial balance in schools, and Mrs. Abzug. a na- tional leader of the Women's Slrike 'or Peace, will be Demo- cratic freshmen representatives in the new Congress in ,Iams- arv, along with a Ihird v.oman victorious Tuesday, Ella Tam- bussi Grassi. Connecticut's sec- retary of stale for three terms. Representative Catherine May (Rep. Wash.) was upset in her bid for a seventh term but the nine other female incumbents uon handily. They arc Dcmo- crals Palsy Mink of Hawaii, Martha Griffiths ol Michigan, Leonor Sullivan of Missouri, Reid of Illinois and Florence Dwyor of New Jersey. This will inch up Ihe number of women in Congress from 11 counting Senator Margaret Chase Sniilb Rep. Me., who bad no race this year. A total ol 46 women ran for (najcr offices Ibis year bul half were on minor-party tickets and drew only a few votes. The altempt by Mrs, Rorimey, wife of Housing Secretary George Romney, lo oust Hart drew the mos( national atten- tion. Vice-President Spiro T. Agnew included Hart in his col- lection of "r a d i c libs" and urged voters to replace him. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 2J9 12lh SI. "C" N. Fri., Nov. 6th Sfarls at p.m. Doors Open al p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 51.00 8di ond 12lli Game! in 7 Numbers WORTH Jockpof 5140 in 55 Not. Sorry Ne Ons Under 16 of Allow.J CIIKUi 1'OINT An awkwardly printed Ictlcr arrived at U5C headquarlers trom a 7 year old boy in BrockTille, Ontario. "I shined shoes and chopped ice to raise money for starving children. I Kill send I can get. P.S. I gave mommy the money and wrote (he The Uni- lan Scrrk'e ConiuiJttcc 15 ai 156 Sparks Street. Ottawa. ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON free Pnrldng-Thrra Operators For Appointments Phone 32B-3932 535 13lh 51. N. Upstair] Above Acme TV 'J'HE CONFERENCE entitled Crime, Correction and You is being sponsored this weekend by tt Lethbridge John Howard Society board members ii conjunction with members of the community at large. It is timely due lo an increasing awareness in our society of the factors involved in the creation ol a criminal, and our attitudes toward him. As in everything else in today's society, tin planning committee has attempted to involve youth as much as possible, with a little more relevance than most issues. For the attitudes, and actions of youth still mold the adult, anil while young society is fluid in .its personality, adults cannot afford to remain fixed on an outmoded course. And while it is nnl possible for every citizen to attend every or any session, reports of the confer- ence will be of interest. Perhaps a schedule of talks to groups could be considered as a followup. Conference reports will be available but the per sonal contact is invaluable. It's easy to understand why aid London town has all those mysterious crimes with all its foggy nights. It was rather eerie watching someone walk out of the misty night toward you the head- lights that pop out of nowhere and if the other in your family steals the windshield scraper, don't forget the family's egg lifter it works better anyway. See Steve, I didn't say a word about the bus. NCJW Hosts Workshop Lethbridge Section, National Council of Jewish Women ot Canada, will host a Provincial Public Affairs workshop Sun day Nov. 8 "and Monday, Nov. 9 at the Park Plaza. Delegates from Calgary and Edmonton nill be in attendant Mrs, M. Chodak ot Ca gary, National Board raembc serving as chairman, Mrs. A Bickman and Mrs. M. Calma are in charge of (he arrange- ments. WE ARE! BIRTHDAY SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY FREE DRAW 9'xl2' RUG DRAW TO BE HELD SATURDAY PtUSH NYLON. 9'xlJ' Reg. 144.00. SALE NYLON SCULPTURED. 3'xl2'. 28.00. SALE FORTREL SCULP. Reg, 39.95. SALE GREEN PLUSH NYLON. Beg. 51.95. SALE GOTHIC IMPERIAL GRE5N 5CUL. Reg. 46.00. SAtE ..............___ NYLON PLUSH GREEN. Rsg. 135.00. SALE REMNANTS 50.00 9.9S 5.00 14.95 19.95 49.00 IVORY SCULP. NYLON. Ot Of Beo. 110.00. SALE OU.7J ROUEND SHAG (two lone Reg. 90.00 if QQ SALE.................. OJ.UU NYION SHAG GREEN Reg. 3000 15QQ SALE..............----- I3.UU NYLON SCULP. 17 CA Ren. 71.00. SAtE KODEL SCULP. A'flV. Ol Q C Reg. 82.75. SALE 1.73 HEAVY DUTY (waffle) UNDERLAY and INSTALLATION INCLUDED IN PRICE DEEP LUSCIOUS SHAG .95 All colors. (100% installed price f9.95 yd. BIRTHDAY PRICE............. YD. BEDROOM and BATHROOM CARPET Soft and plush; range of colon. Reg. Installed prico yd, BIRTHDAY PRICE.............................. YD. SCULPTURED 240NE NYLON Range of colors. Reg. installed price yd. BIRTHDAY PRICE YD. 1 LOW LEVEL LOOP 1 lone; tongs of colors. Reg. inslollecT prica 9.95 yd. BIRTHDAY SALE YD, r a19 NYLON SHAG Range of colors. Reg. installed price 11.75 yd. BIRTHDAY PRICE YD. 1 CARVED NYLON 2 colors only gold. Reg. installed prico 13.45 yd. BIRTHDAY PRICE 7-50 YD. PLEASE BRING ACCURATE MEASUREMENTS! SOF-WOK CARPETS 1007 3rd AVE, S. PHONE 328-5953 'Lousy' Housekeepers Cause Home Accidents VANCOUVL'll (CP) How- nrd Pylc, president ot Ilic U.S. National Satcly Council, told (he Urilisli Columbia Safety Council convention that "inclii- (eruuL und lousy housekeeping is oflcn (he cause of accidents in the lionic." He ciled a long list of common hoir.e hazards that included toys lell lying around, broom handles protruding from cup- hoards, medicine Irallles left in easy readi of children anil hairpins [iuil slip easily into electric output sockets, "Housewives sometimes re- sent the implication Ihal Ilieir inefficiencies contribute to ac- said Mr Pyle, "hut (liey musl be made to realize thai the home is second tinlv ID THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes think you must have a wrong number, bur I1 check in case my wife is running a baakie joinr I don't know abour." WEEKEND PERM SPECIALS! FRL.and SAT., NOV. 6th and 7lh Rug. 12.50 Q.15 Rog. 15.QO Special Special..... THERESA'S BEAUTY SALON 740 Alh Avo. S. Professional Bldg. NEXT TO POST OFFICE _ PHONE 328-642'f (ho road as a potential source of Tic conceded dial it is diffi- cult Lo develop a conunon safe- ly program In the home, but called (or "a concerted effort to educate the housewife on the importance of safety in UTG home." A onetime while house aide and former governor o[ Ari- v.ona, Mr. Pyle commended Ca- nadians for implementing a lower accident rate Uuui tho V.K. Of every Americans, 57 are involved in some kind accident each year, he said. The comparable Canadian fi- gure is Sii.'l per people. Baby Bribe MISSOUU, Mont (AP) Lynn Q'Bric... of Pine Grove, lUout., was given a parking ticket for leaving his car in the wrong place while he was in- side a Missoula hospilfll wait- ing for his daughter, Darcy Lynn O'Brien, to be born. He wrapped lus licket around a' cigar and mailed it, along with Dareys weight and measure- ment and hour of birth, to po- lice court. The judge dismissed the parking violation. Arl Teacher Locked In With Slndculs OR I AN DO, Fla. (AP) Wlv-'n leaches art, she is locked jnlo n room with 12 to 20 juvenile delinquent who are awaiting a court hearing for anything from petty larceny lo firsUlegL'ee murder. In the two years she has been working at the Orange County juvenile home here, Mrs. Lilt, has two grown children, sjir) there has an incident that she felt she had to report. Some of her students have won prizes in local art shows. They call her the con artist. CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, Nov. 5th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HAIL CORNER I2lh S7SEET B AND 7lb AVENUE.NORTH 22 1st 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 10 6ln 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 36 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-LUCKY DRAW 5105 JACKPOT-53 Nos. or Blackoul Jackpot AI.SO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZES Persona under 16 years nol allowed Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of SI. Peter and SI. Paul's Church There's a wonderful world of watches at rv i i Pponpc? I 1 Choose from a Wide selection of quality Watches by ELGIN the most timely gift around a wrist! m SELECTION; For every casual, sport or dress. Every Elgin has a Swiss precision jewelled-lever movement and unbreakable rnainsprintj. UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE: Every Elgin guaranteed for one full year. INSTANT CREDIT; Ypu can owrr, wear and enjoy your Elgin watch NOW, and take months to pay. A. 5 qualify diamonds in smart while gold- colour case with lacelled E Man's automatic calendar gives day and date. White or yellniv, semi-expansion band... 4li S f ff I ii'S SV Handsome min'c salin linish dial, walcrprool, yellow gold-colour case, semi-expansion band stainless sleel back.______J59.95 Lady's 14KI yellow or while gold case, Bold-filled top taper bracelet _ Lady 's1 OKI rolled gold-plate in yellow or whilg, saiin linish dial, slainless stael back. Use your No Money Down! CENTRE VILLAGE MALL TELEPHONE 327-1303 ;