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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 3, 1974 Herald- Proposed U.S. legislation threatening Women to lose athletic virginity? Family EDMONTON (CP) Propos- ed women's rights legislation in the United States could mean the loss of Canadian women athletes to "the big extravaganza of U.S. college Dr. Pat Galasso, head of The University of Windsor's physical education department, said this week. He told the eighth annual meeting of The Canadian Association of Sports Sciences that female coaches and ad- ministrators in the U.S. will be forced to recruit the best women athletes possible, including those from Canada, to justify increased spending on women's sports. The proposed legislation would stipulate that any federally funded organization, including educational institutions, could not exclude people irom par- ticipation on the basis of sex. Currently less than two per cent of U.S. athletic finances are spent on women's college sport, said Dr. Galasso. The legislation means women will become "immersed in the mass of athleticism" and forced to produce a saleable product, he said. "Sadly, they (women coaches) will lose their athletic virginity as has been the case with the men "for decade's. By becoming associated with the prostitution of the academic process and education in general, they will lose their freedom to he said. Dr. Galasso said that no matter what is done in Canadian college sport, this country could never compete with the "Hollywood image of stardom" associated with U.S. college sport. Being Diefs secretary like chasing rubber ball Elderly receive inadequate care We would like to help you with all your hair needs at the LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638 S. Parkside Dr. Phone 327-4843_______ VICTORIA (CP) -Working for former prime minister John Diefenbaker, at 79 Canada's grand old man of politics, is like "going to a different movie every day." And trying to follow The Chief in an election campaign as his personal secretary is like trying to follow "an India rubberball." That descriptive assess- ment of life with Mr. Diefen- baker was made by Betty Eligh, his secretary since 1969. She was on a rare two- week vacation here. OTTAWA (CP) Dr. David Wooldridge of Calgary this week said the number of health personnel looking after the elderly is inadequate, a situation that will become worse, not better! Dr. Wooldridge, medical director of Glenmore Park Auxiliary Hospital, told the Ontario Nursing Home Association: "The elderly patient is not well looked after and neither .is the fit elderly person." At Eaton's we mean business Act is a limited-time offer! From Sept. 3O to Oct. 12 only Eaton's offers these huge savings on electronic calculators: Theseversatileanswerrmachines-speciallypricedforalimitedtimeonly-arejusttwoexamples of the most comprehensive range of electronic calculators in Canada. up to 43 different models, handheld and desk top... from the most basic to the most complex and scientific. And you'll find them only at Eaton s Business Centre Save on Rapid Printer 2OO1 -a sophisticated printout model! The Rapid Printer 2001 is loaded with features and functions to give you lightning-fast answers to business and scientific problems... and print them on standard paper tape at three lines per second! It has a full memory register that will store intermediate calculations. You even get a lockout keyboard (if two keys are struck simultaneously, the calculator will accept and fully buffered functions to 7 steps. Plus... e 12-digit input, 24-digit printout Percent mark up and discount. True credit balance, with red printout for negative result Constant multiplication and division. Chain and mixed calculations. Squaring and raising to powers (Two Reg. 359.95 Repeat addition and subtraction. Floating or fixed decimal, Add mode Selectable round-off or truncate. Square root key. Sign change and non-add keys. "Touch-operation" keyboard with colour-coded keys. 95 SPECIAL Cat No.8P3465 Carrying case 6.99 on Rapidman 122O versatile desk-top display model! The sleek, streamlined 1220 offers a fuli-capability memory, with direct and indirect access. It wil! work out a series of intermediate calcula- tions, keep them stored in its memory, then retrieve them for use in the final calculation Plus... 12-digit Panaplex display. Constant multiplication and division. Visible negative sign for true credit balance. Percent mark-up and discount Floating or fixed decimal, selectable to or 4 places. Chain and mixed calculations. Reg. 129.95 79 95 SPECIAL Squaring and raising to powers (Two Touch key operation. Error correction operation. Repeat addition and subtraction. Clear and clear entry keys. Memory-in-use indicator. Overflow indication. Colour coded keys. Cat.No.8P3460 Carrying case 6.99 Both the Rapid Printer 2001 and the Rapidman 1220 cany a one-year guarantee, including parts and labour, and they re both covered by Eaton's Guarantee of Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded. (These special price offers end at the close of business on Saturday, October Main Floor Use your Eaton Account to purchase all your business and professional needs. ViMiyour nearest Eaton s Business Centre or Catalogue Sales Office. The modeis on this0393 can be ordered through Eaton s Catalogue. EATON'S BUSINESS CENTRE EATON'S Shop tonight (Thursday) until 9 and Friday to 9. Buy Line 328.8811. Eaton's guarantee: "Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded." Club corner The fall workshop of the South Alberta Kootenay Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary league will be held at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Creston, B.C. on Saturday. The theme will be "Shout it from the Registration begins at a-m- The Lethbridge Old-time Dance Club is holding a dance at p.m. Saturday in Assumption School, 24th Street and 14th Avenue S. Everyone is welcome. The Country Couples. Orchestra will be in attendance. The executive of First United UCW will meet at tonight. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Aux- iliary will meet at 2 p.m. Fri- day in the civic centre. Final arrangements for the annual tea and bazaar will be made. Bingo and lunch will 'follow the meeting. All members are urged to attend. The regular meeting of the t social division of the OOttl anniversary Lethbridge Handicapped Society will be held Moose Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Coombs mark their 66th wedding .anniversary to- day. A celebration was held by their large family on the weekend in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Fort Macleod. In at- tendance were the couples six surviving children, Irene Smith, Sylvia Par- ker and Richard Coombs, all of Calgary; J. J. Coombs of Cardston, Yvonne Orr of Fort Ma- cleod, and Hilda E. Lar- son of Lethbridge. They have 45 grandchildren and 57 great grandchildren p.m. Friday in the Hall. A good attendance is re- quested. Members requiring transportation are asked to contact Frances Hochmah at 328-5893, after 6 p.m. Assumption CWL wilf.'hold the annual fall tea and bazaar from 2 to p.m. Saturday in the church hall, 2405IJ12th Ave. S. Mrs. Borys Gleb is general convener. Hostesses will be Mrs. B. M. Alger and Mrs. J.. I. Boras. TOYS FOSTER BOREDOM OTTAWA (CP) Poorly chosen toys can foster boredom, frustration and even destructiveness in Children, says the Consumers Associa- tion of Canada. Golden Mile Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 1 to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: Keep fit, a.m., under auspices of the YWCA. Conversational French, p.m., Communi- ty continuing education1 program. Tuesday: Singing, 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Wednesday: Pot luck, 1 p.m. Thursday: Dance practice 10 a.m. There will be a dance at the centre for members and their friends at p.m. Please bring a box lunch. Friday: Ceramics, p.m. Community college con- tinuing education program. Saturday.- The bus leaves for the Ice Capades at a.m. from the centre. Noteworthy: The Singers will be enter- taining the Lethbridge Ladies Curling Club at p.m. Oct. 9. They will entertain at the Blue Sky Lodge at 2 p.m. Oct. 10. The centre will be having a bake sale at 2 p.m. Oct. 23. Some members of the keep fit class will be appearing on television on Oct. 28 with instructor Ursula Kasting. OWL JUST A SHRIMP The pygmy owl, Canada's smallest owl. is about seven inches long. 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