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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 TNI lITHMIDCt HRAID Wednndoy, November If, THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Now that I've seen the new fall shows, can I have my burned but tubes Lone woman in Liberal cabinet Freshman MP faces year of challenge By GLENNIS ZILM OTTAWA (CP) Jeanne Sauve, journalist-broadcaster and freshman MP, could face a year of challenge in the year- old ministry of stale for science and technology. Mrs. Sauve, 50, was the only woman of the three elected by the from Quebec- named to the cabinet Monday. She Is toe first woman in tlie cabinet since Judy LaMarsh re- tired as secretary of state in 19G8. Miss LaMarsh, now a INTRODUCTORY PRE-CHRISTMAS WALL CLEANING SPECIAL Bv MAGIC KISS. SAVE first woman Liberal to hold a cabinet post when appointed minister of health and welfare in 19C3. Mrs. Sauve succeeds Alastair Gillespie, moved to industry, trade and commerce. Science is considered a junior ministry, hut it is known to have several major policy statements almost ready to be announced. Several of these policies are said to be in touchy areas final meeting of St. Augustine's ACW executive council will meet Monday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. in the Bambrick Room. The Seventh day Adventist Welfare Centre will be open to the public from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. the first and third Tuesday of each month, starting Dec. 5. wall cleaning Nov. 27lh thru Dec. 25th. For FREE ESTIMATE Phone 328-8408 or SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lots of mending lo do? A wedding icon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY a: P.M. Jackpot 1125 in 53 Numbers 12 Gamei in 7 Number! 4lh 8th Gam.. Doubled in 7 Numberi 5 Cardi 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR POIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 14 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete volving either complex Interdepartmental relations, federal-provincial government relations or delicate jealousies between government, university and industrial research. But Mrs. Sauve, married lo i former MP and forestry minister, Maurice Sauve, is no stranger to the workings of Parliament Hill despite being a novice In the this year Bhe was appointed one of the founding members of the Institute for Research on Public Policy, a government-sponsored think-tank, and she was several times a participant in conferences in the United States, sponsored by the Canadian Institute on Public Affairs, on problems related to U.S.- economic dominance of Is actually third women to hold a cabinet post tion. The first wae Ellen Fair clough, i Progressive Con servative from Hamilton de feated in the 1863 election liter serving as secretary of state minister of dtiwiuhlp and im migration and postmaster-gen eral. calen The final meeting of St. Augustine's ACW executive of local k All women of St. Augustine's ACW are reminded Thursday from p.m. to p.m. Lunch served. Children under St. A n d r e w' s Day and there will be a communion service at a.m. in the church. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies.Auxiliary will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 of the civic centre. Spe- cial feature will be a mini ba- zaar for the members. Plans will be made for the Christmas party; bingo played and lunch served. All members and friends welcome. The regular old time dance will be held Saturday in the Fort Macleod elementary school. Beginners' lessons from p.m. to p.m., dancing 13 years admitted free if ac- companied by parents. Beta Sigma Phi's annua; Christmas ball will be held Saturday a.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant, with music provided by Diamonds Four. All Beta Sigma Phi members anc friends welcome. The beginners' square dance group will dance Thursday it p.m. in die Dr. Hamraan School In Tiber. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. This is being held in con- junction with the recreation de partment. Soft. Stirring. Scents for her. Love Factor peacock, Hypnotiquft, Golden Woodi, Primitif. duel 2Vi-oz. balh powder, spray mist, cologne Odyssey. 3-oz. cologne, 3-oz. bubble bath powder, after bath powder Max Factor Love captured the scent of fresh, frisky, lovely lemons have jt' smashing fresh lemon body- mist. Splash it on. 4-oz. fresh lemon bath and body duet. W-oz. mist, 2.5-oz. balh gel de Love Spray. Tangy, fresh, totally tanlaling. 2.45-oz. Duel. 10-oz. Windsono cologne. 10-oz. Garden Autumn Cologne. Gift 94.50 Grass 4-oz. hand lotion 4-oz, flower mist cologne also in Memoire Cherie Grass gift set. 2-oz. perfume mist, bath soap, 4Mi-oz. duiting powder, fluffy milk bath. Also, Memoire Cherie, Yard ley beauty duet Cream lotion for handi and body. Perfumed soap. lavender floral fragrance trio. l-oi. Cologne mist, 2 hand soapi soap. 3 hand- size eaket. A lovely aift Ideal Also in Red Roios, Lotus, Spring flowers. Simpsons-Sears has. everything for Christmas SIMPSONS bears Health and lizabeth Arden quarlette. -flowpr misJj-- White Orchid, Memohe Blue Grass, Carnation Revlon Intimate, onft of the world's belt-loved Here, 5 Interpretations. Spray mist, 1-oz. diamond faceti spray mitt fntimato fragrance three: fau da toilette, W-oi. Spray mist, %-oz. Perfumed all !4-oz. oval at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee MtUtactton or money refunded and tree delivery our store-lo-door begins with the Mle protects you every Inch of the way STORI HOOKS: Daily a.m. to p.m. Thuitday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 311-9131 PARADING HER COLORS Rita Bengbson, Mis. Sweden, sports this eye-catching dress while attending a luncheon given by the Variety Club of Great in London, for competilors in the Miss World "beauty con- test. On the derriere of her outfit fl a flag of Sweden. (AP Wirepholo) Strict security for contestants LONDON (CP) Look but don't touch is the customary rule at a posh hotel In Grosvenor Square where Miss World beauties slay in their Christmas greetings by UNICEF Colorful and attractive de- signs are once again part of the UNICEF greeting card collec- tion. Included in the worldwide se- lection of artistic prints, are eight submitted by Canadian artists, and reproductions from Ireland's Book of Kells. The book calendar provides an interesting gift giving idea, and features reproductions of famous works of art. The sale of these cards and calendars helps the children of the world in developing coun- tries. Outlets for the sale UNICEF cards in the city in- clude Heinlzman Piano Co., IGA store in Centre Village Mall, [he Lethbridge Community Col- lege bookstore and the Univer- sity of Lethbridge bookstore. luxury suites during (he lest build-up. This year, though, thllgn are different. It's don't don't even toot The 1J72 contest, to hit staged Friday, has been iur- rounded by strict security to protect Miss Israel, 17-year- old Ghana Ordan of Tel Aviv, from possible attempts on her life by terrorists. "This year's Miss World has become more like an or- said a spokesman for the promotion firm handling publicity. "The girls are guarded 24 hours a day and escorted by armed guards on their trips between the hotel and the Al- bert Hall where rehearsals are being held throughout thi" week." Caught up in this cloak-and- dagger operation Is the cur- rent Miss Dominion of Can- ada, brunette Bonny Brady, a 19-year-old Grade 12 student and daughter of a Perth, Qnt., farmer. She plans to become a nurse. As usual, bookies are quot- ing odds on the winner of the contest in which 53 girls are participating. Miss United Kingdom Is 14 to 1, Miss Australia 10 to 1. Miss Brady is also among the leaders at 25 to 1. One reason we'd like you to see ElcLtro- home color TV ii be- cause it offers RO much qualily. Includ- ing parformonca iec- ond lo none, "loul- proof" oasy tuning, nupcrh cabinet styl- ing, and reliability that's the standard otliers try to match. The CLARIDGE by ELECTROHOMB ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5010 (OPEN THURS. AND FKI. TILL 9 P.M.) ;