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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1975 earmarked for improving women's status OTTAWA (CP) A major effort will be made next year to change attitudes which stereotype women into the role of homemakers, Health Minister Marc Lalonde said this week. He announced in the Com- mons that the government has allotted million to finance seminars, conferences and ad- vertising campaigns designed to improve women's status in 1975 Next year has been designated International Women's Year. Mr Lalonde, minister responsible for women's status, said prevailing at- titudes often prevent women from taking an equal part in society Television, for in- stance, left the impression that all women were pretty housewives concerned only with waxed floors and sweet- smelling laundry Too often, Mr Lalonde said, women are expected to play a supporting role to husbands struggling to advance careers. Rethinking roles would Career for DRIVER SALESMAN FRO NT END SALESMAN at the SERVICO CENTRE 33161st Ave.S. Company Uenef it Program------------ On the-JotrTTainlng- Apply in Person mean greater freedom for women to participate in the labor force and allow men more time for "the joys and responsibilities of parenthood." He said the process of changing attitudes is slow but 197S will give all Canadians a chance to focus attention on inequalities that exist between the sexes. Mr. Lalonde said the program will be carried out in conjunction with a campaign, now under way, to eliminate inequalities from federal statutes. Several bills already have been introduced in the Com- mons to provide equal treat- ment for men and women un- der the law. More would be in- troduced later. One bill, given first reading earlier Tuesday, would elimi- nate differences in the Civil Service Insurance Act. It fol- lows an omnibus bill introduc- ed last week that would make alterations in eight other federal statutes Mr. Lalonde said provinces and municipalities also will be asked to overhaul their statutes and bylaws, and to participate actively in Inter- national Women's Year. Mr. Lalonde, whose imme- diate staff is divided about equally between men and women, spoke during the sec- ond last day of the eight-day throne speech debate. Other speakers touched on a broad vanety of subjects, including parliamentary reform. Claude Wagner Hyacinthe) said MPs should deal first with "the abusive excesses of the executive" in any effort to make Parlia- ment more effective. YAMAHA ORGANS j New and Used I rni i POP Mo11 M t t If Mfech. Phone 328-3694 LCTHBRIDGE HERALD-31 THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Home on OUR range you hear a lot of discouraging CAREERS Fall togs for children Club corner for The Southminster Junior Girls' Choir will present a comic opera, Snow Wolf, at and p.m. Oct. 27 in the Yates Memorial Centre. The Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs will also par- ticipate in the annual Three In One Concert. The Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will sponsor the an- nual fall .tea, bake sale, work table and bazaar from 2 to p.m. Saturday in the parish ball, 7th Avenue and 12th St B N. Convenor will be Mrs, W_ .Boychuk. Greeting- -thejguests will be_Mrs. J... Kyndrik Jr and F Soutlnniaster Junior Girls' Choir are reminded to attend choir practice at 4 pjn. Fri- day in the dutch hatt. Laurel Chapter, No. 43, OES, will bold a fall tea from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday in Sonthminster HaD. Receiving the guests will be Worthy Matron Mrs. J. Look and Associate Matron Mrs. W. B. Practicality is the keynote for these fall outfits children: both are fuss-free and completely Shown at left gins' dress-top parrtsuit features embroidered coBar and watst-inset to match slacks. At right, boys' shirt with plaid inserts is co-ordinated with stove-pipe pants. IODE presents student awards FORT MACLEOD (Special) He Dr. F. BL Mewbnra QBE Chapter of tbe IODE has All members of the UK Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Aux- iliary will meet at 2 p-m-Fri- day in toe civic centre. This will be the shower for the and hamper. Bingo and loach win be arranged. An friends welcome. Mrs Catherine CraKbTOL The Coronation Bersary, touting RStt, was divided uciipuu foor HUdgniiS. eacB Thin roCdVIOK vVBvZ JJIPBDoS XXHD student; Brian James Evaraon of Sherwood Park, an engineering .student; Frances Rodinyak of Lethbridge, a ore- medicine student and Sharon Scbmelzl of Calgary, an arts and jf The Major Roy Massey Bemang bursary of went to Artbsr Whitney of Banna. CATELLI LTD. PRODUCTION WORKERS Mate or Female for shift work. Starting after 60 days, plus shift premium. Steady hours Apply at 104-13th Street North YOUR FUTURE 6 ASSISTANT PROGRAM CO-ORDMATOR NURSING CALGARY Required at tfce Baker Centre, vtncti is a residential training facifity tor Ow handicapped. Assist the Adult Program Coordinator m developing and: adrramstenng self-care and daily Irving programs for muttipte handicapped and mentally handicapped adults with the goal of community mtegrafioo. Requires RN or RPN experience in wortang with the Mentalfy handicapped essential, supervisory experience desiraWe. Salary range to per month (currently under review} Closing Datf October 23. 1974 Please quote cuitipctrtion number 91 fT-C-Z. Irrformatkxi and application forms fram- GOVERNMEMT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J- BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7TH AVENUE S, W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 Getinon thegoldrush, Our Golden Touch. Every week more people who appreciate fine Canadian whisky are discovering it, and staying with it. Reason? A full, mellow taste. The unmistakable smoothness of a perfectly blended whisky. Join the gold rush-to what'sTCst becoming one of Alberta's favourite ryes. GoldcnTbuch-ByCoity. Corby. Good taste in Canada since 1859. Sears thoi you coukJn t own one of the worra s fine precision watches, check these Seiko pr day-dator automatic. Two-tone Blue deL Stainless steel case is waterproof to Matching bracelet with adjusrtabtedasp-04R018540. o-Nurses' 17-jnwl lalindir. Gold color top case. Fui numeral track in Black on wnrte olal. Sweep second hand. Black feather strap. 04R 018 113 c-Men's 17-jawal automatic day-dater. Yetow GoU color top case. Black dial with luminous dots and hands, sweep second hand. Matching adjustable bracelet Waterproof to 100'. 04R 018 536. U LMJor dress watch. Faceted syrthetic sapphire crystal Black markers on Champagne color dot. Yetow Gold color top case, co-ordinated adjustable knk bracelet (MR 018 124. e-Men's automatic 17-jewrt calendar. Yetow GoU color top case, markers and hands. White dial Luminous. Waterproof to Black Strap. 04R 018 531. f I iiiai" 17-jewal fashion watch. Whrte Gold cotor tap case, matchmg mesh band. Blue olal with While markers and hands. 04R 018 115. Other Seiko models from Simpsons-Sears Ltd, Store Hours-Open Dady am toS30pm Thursday and Friday 9-30 a m to 9-OO p m Centre VWage Man Telephone 328-9231 ;