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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 -TNI LITHBRIDOI HMALD November support essential THE BETTER HALF Women needed in politics BRANDON The vice president of the National Action Committee on the status of women says women seeking election to public office should work through established political parties. S. June Menztes of Win- an unsuccessful Liberal candidate in the June 28 Manitoba General said political parties are for the participation of informed Speaking to about 30 people at a weekend conference on women in she said women wanting to correct the legal inequalities due to sex discrimination must have sup- port from political A possible solution would be to institute a quota system for women in the Canadian senate. we have 20 or 30 women in the it' would be easier for people to become more accustomed to women taking an active part in EATON'S Save right now tops on Haddon Hall in Eaton's wool blankets Enjoy the luxury of long-lasting wool blankets at a great money- saving price. Made in Canada in a luxurious blend of Australian wool noted for its strength and New Zealand wool famous for its softness. Haddon Hall blankets also wear the Woolmark lablel. Your assurance that the long staple yarns are used. Expertly woven and mothproof these blankets are available in six soft shades. earth antique avocado and royal blue. Pick your favorite Save right at Eaton's on the Haddon Hall blanket. Double Bed x and Queen x Second Floor x 17.98 x French lessons restore culture naturally Ann Landers Dear Ann Today I did something I could kill myself for. I was walking through a bookstore and spotted a book on sex. I am only 15 years old and was sure they wouldn't sell it to me so I slipped it under my jacket and walked out of the store. The minute I got on the street I felt a hand on my shoulder. It was the store manager He asked to see the sales slip for the book. I knew I was caught. He me to come to his ask- ed for my address and phone number. I begged him not to call the police or my parents. He if you promise never to shoplift we'll keep it between the two of I took an oath on my life. He believe wh'en I think of how close I came to wrecking myself over a rotten book I could just die. How lucky I was that the manager was so understanding. Please print this letter for every kid out there who has ever toyed with the idea of lifting. It's a bummer-a real bummer.- Lucky Fool Dear Good letter. Good advice. Thanks for sharing. Dear Au As an amateir astrologer in my fifth year of I am accustom- ed to hearing people who know absolutely nothing about the subject tell me what a lot of garbage it MS. These in- dividuals are completely devoid of any knowledge of such elementary things as the Twelve-House' the Ten Planetary Linar and so on. They feel back to the time of theChaldeans. In the face of such presump- tuous the answer that seems to quiet the vehement clods is a quote from Sir Isaac who was a prominent astrologer in addition to his other pursuits. When asked why a man of his intelligence and scientific assomplishment believed in such non- he I have studied the matter. You have Thank you for equal Ann.-Sun In the Ninth House. Dear Several readers have written to plague on all your but I am not so quick to pass judgment on a subject that has so many supporters. Thanks for writing. TORONTO A 65 two hour trip begins the school day for 18-year-old Suzanne Desjardins of who makes her way from a community west of Toronto to attend Metropolitan. Toronto's first public supported French language high school. But it's worth says the Grade 13 one of 600 enrolled at Etienne Brule High School in north Toronto. is important for Canadians to know the two of- ficial she says. French speaking residents of Ontario are getting the opportunity to re- tain their Like 140 students spend at least two hours a day on buses from Peel County and Oshawa for the chance to study in French. Only three live close enough to walk to the million school which opened in 1969 with about 200 students. Despite the transportation Etienne Brule named after the first white man to reach'the present site of Toronto is becoming one of the major French language educational and cultural centres in southern Ontario. COUNTERACTS FRICTION The 70 per cent of the stu- dent body with French as their mother tongue they were French but really didn't know what that says school principal Lionel Remillard. At they have the op- portunity to study French authors and get a taste of French culture through dramatical and artistic presentations imported from Quebec. The remaining 30 per cent of the students come from homes where French is not the spoken language. But all are required to have a work- ing knowledge of French before being admitted. The experiment is one way of counteracting French Calendar of local happenings EATON'S Eaton's Use Your Eaton Account 0 p.m. Buy Line 328- Credit Terms Available. The Lethbudge Women's In- stitute will hold the regular sewing tea Wednesday at the home of Mrs. with Mrs. Mahon as co-hostess. St. Augustine's Parish Guild ACW will hold the annual fall tea and bake sale Nov. 17 in the parish hall. Everyone welcome. St. Patrick's CWL will meet at p.m. Wednesday in the rectory meeting room. Please note change of time for this month only. The regular meeting of the The trouble with trains. The trouble with trains is they all look alike. How can they be By the people they use. Take Wally Assis- tant Superintendent of Pacific Region. Wally is concerned with increasing the on-time re- liability of our freight trains. He has been part of a maintain speed in spite of and other unusual circumstances. added as much as more power on some It's a battle for on- time performance. This kind of planning and action doesn't come out of a machine. It comes from special people. People spurred by the fact they're part of the world's largest investor- owned transportation company. Is this the kind of thinking group of operating and transportation people which your firm can has effected a increase Call your in on-time freight service on District certain key trains. Trev Janes They did it by drawing up J a detailed plan of operation fJS for these trains and testing ana 5ee- it on the ground. of towners call Zenith The plan lists in minute instructions for train amounts of motive power needed to' Wilson White Community Club will be held at p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. L. G. Bartlett. Lethbridge Options for Women will hold a general meeting at p.m. Thursday at the YWCA at which the provincial steering committee report will be presented. i The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the IODE will meet at p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. W. D. 2806 22 Ave. S. The Midnight Squares will dance at tonight in the Fort Macleod elementary school. Round dance practice at 8 p.m. Women are asked to bring a box lunch and cups. Note the change of date for this week only. All interested persons welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the Lethbridge Symphony Women's League will be held at 8 tonight at the home of Mrs. A. 1603 23 St. S. The beginners' square dance group will at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Chamberlain school in Grassy Lake. This is being held in conjunction with the recrea- tion department. All interested persons Welcome. St. Michael's Nursing Alumni will hold a supper meeting at p.m. Wednes- day in the Maverick Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel. The Ladies of the Pem- rriican Club will hold the regular meeting at p.m. Wednesday in the club rooms. The regular meeting of the Social Credit Women's Aux- iliary will be held Wednesday in Room 1 of the civic centre. All members and guests WeeWhimsv Tau Beta Sigma will hold a fall bazaar Nov. 14 in-Centre Village Mall. The regular meeting of Assumption CWL will be held in the parish hall at 8 p.m beginning with mass All women of the parish welcome to attend. English which has developed largely through school systems outside of Que- bec neglecting the French says Mr. Remillard. If more schools had taught French a living language the the the theatre and as a part of the French English situation would not have he says. The great interest outside of Quebec in French as a work- ing language and in French culture has also contributed to the new spirit among Franco Ontarians. the spring we have employers lined up at the doors trying to hire our Mr. Remillard says. commercial graduates command excellent salaries now but I am happy to say that the great majority of our students go on to universi- ty or community college in either Ontario or The school also has plans to open its door to the com- munity. Already French language associations hold their meetings there and a much expanded adult educa- tion program is under way. The next step will be to open the school's square foot library and resource centre to the public. In and out of town The annual tea and bazaar of the Women's Federation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the church hall. In charge of kitchen arrangements will be Mrs. R. H. Skeith with Mesdames K. J. A. A. Joevenazzo L. H. Black- D. D H. H. Hofman. A. P. Baines. G. E. Van Eden. J. Halvorson. G. A. J. Black. W. J. Penny and K. Nugent. Decorations will be arrang- ed by Mesdames W. R. Coupland and Miss L. Perry. In charge of the nursery will be Mesdames P. A. Van P. J. L. M. Bolokoski and J. Faassen. Acting as cashiers will be Mrs. J. Peebels and Miss H. Lindsay. BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. 'Now Open in COLLEGE MALL Phone 329-4722 PUBLIC BINQO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM LETHBRIDGE FISH 011100 WEDNESDAY GAME ASSN. 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