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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERAID - Friday, October 2, 1970 ami IV in Wafflers Challenge NOP In Leadership Contest By GERARD McNEIL OTTAWA (CP) - The miU-tant Waffle gi-oup seeks further influence in the New Democratic Party this weekend when Krista Maeots, 25, a pregnant blonde, contests the party's Ontario association presidency. She is also a militant women's liberationist and supports abortion. She believes the fetus she is carrying is unhuman until its birth. .As flag-carrier for the NDP's radical left, slie is an unswerving adherent to the Waffle manifesto that her husband, James Laxer, 28, helped draft. Unveiled a year ago by Toronto professor Melville Wat-kins, it alienated the party leadership with its emphasis on extensive nationalization. "Sheer unabashed weariness" was the way Stephen Lewis, 32, who seeks the Ontario leadership this weekend, described the manifesto. Yet the Wafflers showed strength at last fall's national convention in Winnipeg. They captivated the party's women and influenced choice of resource use as a priority issue in the party. Now they seek the party pres- LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. lus Comer By DONNA MATOLSCI Kate Andrews High School Coaldale PVER found yourself in a classroom with your mind wandering aroujid in a world far removed from the one in wWch you are located? Or, have you ever found yoiu-self walking alone down the corridor suddenly experiencing the sensation that the s c h o o 1' s brick walls are towering far above you like some impenetrable fence from which there is no escape? Have you, then, seriously begun to think and ask yourself, "What in the world am I really doing in this place? come here, day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year, and yet, WHY? Do I really know why? No one has really told me why. I'm led to believe that it's good for me. And, some day it's going to help me in some way. But I can't get over this feeling that I'm trapped. It usually starts out as an end  of - the - week mslancholy feeling - motivated by I know not what. Probably a bad class, a disagreement with a close friend, some trivial thing that bugs me. School, all of a sudden becomes pretty irrelevant and distant. I mean, instead of sitting here doing "zulch," I would be at home reading a new novel, driving around or doing something dumb. Yet, here I am sitting behind this funny wooden thing - hard, sometimes hot, sometimes cold and most of the time unbearable. Everything seems to want to swallow you up - not allowing you to break out, run loose or do anything you want to do. You stare at the walls and wish they'd fall and tumble to the ground giving you freedom-for at least the rest of the day. Like wow, this place is really something. I mean, you don't really have to come to school if you don't want to or don't feel like it. They really can't do anything to you. I mean it's not like a prison where they can. Yet, if you don't come you know you're going to catch it from your parents for "skipping out." You know you want to pass those upcoming examinations, and the home work gets tossfld at you like water on a fire. , You say, "NO," yet sometiiing slaps back a loud, "YES, YES, keep on, finish school, it's not that bad . . ." Reality hits back, "Did you get Problem 13?" "What's that?" My goodness, where have I been? Oh, yes. Problem 13? Say, aren't those the school buses coming to take us home. My gosh, it's the end of the day. Peace to Everyone. r TOP TWELVE 45 R.P.M. LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS) Tick off Ihs selections you want and send to us. You'll receive your records for only $1.00 each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders $4 and under. r ] 1. lOOKIN' OUT MY BACK DOOR-C.C.R. [ ] 2. lO-LA-Klngstons [ ] 3. JULIE DO YOU LOVE ME-Bobby Sherman [ ] 4. CRACKLIN' ROSIE-Neil Diamond [ ] 5. WAR-Edwin Starr [ ] 6. PATCHES-Clarence Carter [ ] 7. SNOWBIRD-Anne Murray [ ] 8. AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH-Diana Ross [ ] 9. LOOK WHAT THEY'VE DONE TO MY SONG MA -The Now Seekers [ ] 10. GREEN EYED LADY-Sugarloaf [ ] 11. TEN POUND NOTE-Steel River [ ] 12. CANDIDA-Dawn COMING EVENTS ^ OCTOBER 5th U of L CONCERT SERIES YATES CENTRE SYMPHONY SEASON TICKETS CONDUCTED BY PROF. LUCIEN NEEDHAM ON SALE NOW AT LEISTER'S idency in Ontario. Only candidate so far besides Krista, a former newspaper reporter, is Incumbent Gordon Vichert, an English professor at McMaster University in Hamilton. She said in an interview her election depends on the strength of the Waffle group and "people's sympathy towards women's liberation." Thirty resolutions on the subject of women's rights are on the convention agenda and it will be a central topic. Miss Maeots, a research assistant at Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., where her husband teaches history, would, as a Waffler, "try to revive the p a r t y's riding associations," shifting power away from the caucus and into the community. As a women's liberationdst, she outlined her views earlier this month at an NDP council meeting. She said the association of women with housework and child care is something to be broken. Because these jobs \vere almost exclusively women's, they had the characteristic of class jobs. "Women are housewives, just as blacks ai'e porters, Mexicans are grape workers, Indians are sugar beets workers," she said. PROGRAM INADEQUATE The NDP's program of daycare facilities to help women who want to work was inadequate. The party should support both special incentives to get women into the work force and industrialization of housework and socialization of child care. She also says public ownership of basic industries in Canada "is the only way to make them responsible." "We have to call for public ownership," she said in the interview. "We're fighting a big imperial power, the United States, in doing this." Swedish-born and Calgary-bred, her first contact with socialism can-ie at Queen's, wherft she graduated in political studies in 1968. She joined the Student Union for Peace Action, first anti-Vietnam war movement in Canada, and soon was talking Marx, Lenin, Castro with other adherents. Now she talks about converts to socialism. Quota Club Meet Begins Today ZODIAC 70 - The sign of the times wil I show fashions for discerning men and women Wednesday in the Yates Centre at 8:30 p.m. for Zodiac 70 spons ored by the Iras Club No. 4 Daughters of the Nile. Above, left to right, Mrs. Cliff Holland in a bleached raccoon and Mrs. William Boird in a black and white glen check pant suit present a glimpse of fashions by Fay's Carrosel Knits, New York Furs, Gentlemen III, Ra-worth's and House of Robert, The 34th Annual Conference of the Eleventh District of Quota International Incorporated opens Friday evening Oct. 2 with registration at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant and Convention Centre. All clubs in the three prairie provinces will be represented. The conference will be hosted by the Quota Club of Lethbridge with Miss Jean Ringland conference chairman, and president Mrs. Eleanor Hoh-oyd. A get-acquainted party is planned with a Japanese theme for Friday evening in the Scarlet Room. Official opening ceremonies are scheduled for 9 a.m. S'aturday with Governor Hanna Rae of Medicine Hat presiding. Mayor A. C. Anderson will extend a civic welcome to delegates and members, and Dr. R. W. K. ElUott wiU give the invocation. The First Ranger Company will present the flags. The keynote speaker scheduled for Saturday's honors luncheon will be Mrs. Lynette Oliver of Memphis, Tennessee, the treasurer for Quota Inter- national, who will be honored, as well as all past district secretary-treasurers who are present. A highlight of the afternoon session will, be a slide-narratioo presentation by Mrs. Joan Mc-Mullui entitled: "Women of the 70's - Aim High, Seek New Horizons". This depicts Quota Clubs in action in three countries. Other business will be the presentation of and action on various committee reports, as well as the election of new officers for the district. Presiding at an evening banquet on Saturday will be District Governor Hanna Rae of Medicine Hat, and guest speaker for the occasion will be Rev. Kathryn Hurlburt, Director of Counselling, Lethbridge Municipal Hospital whose topic will be "Makin' a Mem-ory." Trophy awards will be presented, and Mrs. Oliver will install the new District Officers, Rounding out the conference will, be a Church Parade to Southminster United Church followed by a no-host brunch at Sven (Ericksen's West Winds Dining Room. CASH BINGO ST, BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ncl - 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT $105 - 53 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games $30 In 7 NUMBERS-12th Game $40 LUCKY DRAW $9 5 CARDS FOR $1.00 OR 25c EACH Person* Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB dalendar oCocai ^J^app enin Best Nurse A Male SnXJUP, England (CP) -The best all-round nurse this year at Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup is a man -and a Canadian at that. He's Kenneth Kandt who has been working at the hospital in this Kent community for three years and qualified as a registered nurse last December. Kant, 28, intends to return to his native Kelowna, B.C., soon, hospital authorities said here. He has been given a plaque as a token of his victory in the best-nurse competition. TIME AND PLACE KROONSTAD, South Africa (AP) - Town Coimcillor T. I. Ferrdra objected to couples necking during lunch hour on the banks of the Vals River, complaining that "such intimate love-making should be indulged in at home." Southminster Junior Girl's Choir will practise Saturday at Southminster Church Hall, principles at 3:30 and choir at 4:00 p.m. Practise for Operetta "The Idea" to be held at the Yates Centre Oct. 24 and 25. * *  Henderson Lake Ladies Golf Club wiU hold its banquet, general meeting and presentation of trophies in the club house, Tuesday with refreshments from 6 to 7 p.m. and the banquet at 7:15 p.m. All members planning to attend are requested to call .327-3652 before Monday at 6 p.m. St. Basil's CWL will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. Sister Lcrett wOl speak on family life and education and the Lethbridge school system. All members are requested to attend.    The Golden Mile Drop-In Cenfre will be officially opened on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. The raffle for the quilt will take place also on Tuesday.  * s Open bouse will be held for Ml-, and Mrs. Ben Boehr, 1001 14 St. N. who are celebrating their silver wedding amniver- sary Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. Friends are invited to attend. �  * The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club will start its new season at the Assumption School, 24th St. and 14th Ave. S., Saturday at 8:30 p.m. to the live music of the Westerner's Orchestra. The enitertainm e n t style is similar to that of the Mom and Dad's who recently performed at the Exhibition Pavilion. Everyone is welcome. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bidg. BB PHONE 328-7684HI Whafs Drelty, practical^ portable, adds a little color to your life, talks^ listens, and Vhen held gently in your hand, will put you in touch >vith most eyery where in the world? 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