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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD October 1971 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Editor A RE OCCURRING question from many women this week has been how do we undertake a study of the status women in Canada Andriglitly they should because judging by the turnouts at the several meetings Ive attended in the past a new approach is Apathy has been cited as a reason for poor turn outs to first of all acquaint women with the like to thinkintelligence was since anyone in his or her right mind knows that you cannot take a twoinch thick book to study and even make a dint in it in one Telling women at these kinds of meetings what is in the report becomes a skimmer and since many of the areas of involvement in the re port are so unfamiliar to so many of the the telling becomes unsatisfactory for both the speak er and The only group who has made a coordinated ef fort throughout the province to familiarize women with the report has been the Women of who is sponsoring a total of 28 information These meetings began 19 and will continue until next At the copies of the recommendations in brief are distributed free of in is probably the most beneficial part of the whole program since it gives women if they will an opportunity to read and digest at least some of Once copies of the report become more widely available and the situation will be helped greati perhaps a little pressure on the Queens Printer in Ottawa wouldnt I Having sat in on a number of these meetings by j various two points need special One is that if too many of these meetings are held without any satisfactory the repetitious nature of them will turn off even the most interest ed The report is just too big a project to tackle all at It needs breaking down to the size of ones human endurance and ability to assimilate in one or one series of The report has been categorized into several areas of It would be easy to examine each topic Which leads me to the second It seems that the questioning at meetings comes because one per son is interested in one Why not avoid study groups per organization and have study groups per area of interest Plan a meet ing not to study the report status is after all a rather nebulous term but to study for example women in the labor Then when you have a group which is especially interested in this let them go at complete with local This is especially The report includes all of and many regu lations which apply in one province do not apply to Ive heard lecturers declare a provincial regulation as and express need for its but fail to mention that there is no need to get all steamed up about it in Alberta since it GOLDEN GLITTER The annual police ball was held Friday in the Exhibition Pavilion with splendor of ball gowns and glitter of police uniforms stealing the Special guests at the ball were police officers from the who were in the city to attend the Internationa Law Enforcement CoOrdination Following the receiving line at 9 over 500 patrons danced to the tunes of the Big and oul of LOVUll Each child an individual stress personal achievement By MAUREEN JAMIESON Staff Writer Each child in a family has The annual tea and sale of work sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Rehabilitation Centre for the Handicapped will be held on from 25 at the 1261 A I Boland past i president of the board of direc i tors will officially open Hie tea and guests will be welcomed by instruc I torsupervisor of the centre and president of the Gordon Reid will have He said that whether or not the emotional A kid j charge of the work tables and i will talk about what I many articles made by the I Conveners will be Frank i Miller and McNeely j who will be assisted by the Mes1 dames I i Mo ami Sid Slater will be in j charge of baking and and Bemice Schweitzer in i charge of tickets and raffle i BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES MALI 6th A and 13th Every Saturday Night at 8 5 Cards for or 25 Each Twelve 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free Games and Free Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not aflowvd we we have to ac cept the fact the young are tak ing and that it is good doesnt apply and the recommended change is j to achieve competence in a difj that they tell us ferent way so he does not have The report also becomes more meaningful when i to and it is the re you can see its Thats why your children go on field trips in to see in action what they learn in of today it is like to be you and what it i workers will be for is like to be instead of I Questioned about the non conformist with long hair and of parents to find Wred jeanS Dr MUler this according to Tony js conforming ing more of a uniform than we If a recommendation doesnt apply here let some i Dr M e r Professor i ever do and more of a uniform i n rr J i finraa ATarm nf tho TTnivprcihr nrrnn tin one else in Canada worry about once you know about it and can rest assured its in George Mann of the University j than lie ever will He grope he S pla nea i The Ladies Auxiliary to the On the differences between Fraternal Order of Eagles will permissiveness and authontar have charge of kitcnen Miller said we i anci provide sweets as well tend to follow a usual ly whats currently and we let the method get be CASH BINGO SATURDAY 8 OCLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Blockoul Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 2 Number Jackpofi JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c each Located Next to 1 Fireholll as Everyone tween us and the This of Lcthbridge faculty are leadj emphasized that he considered lrall 116 UK x u j f Lafc en of Canada concerned their loss of treaty rights 8i We said wo i n when they married a This has now been changed the announcement was made this week af ter a hardfought case elsewhere in Canada I heard this recommendation explained to nonnative women as being necessary so that when the white man ditched his Indian she could go back to the reserve and have her land and small amount of It sounded quite different when I heard a treaty woman speak in favor of the recommendation She didnt expect to be She just wanted to feel like an and to her losing her treaty rights took away her It was that A status seminar in Calgary supported this rec ommendation with a telegram to How much effect it had will probably never be but it was and the voices of 110 women were heard Once the stone is thrown and the ripples begin to spread it could be an interesting year for women Theyll likely learn a lot about themselves and find they re not so hard to like after Auxiliary of the nadian Mental Health Associa that leading couturiers were we should lct tte AfmyNavy and Airforce will n nf i now C0pying the youth fashions we are human that hold its annual fall tea and HELP US TO HELP OTHERS The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Household Effects CAIL 3282860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 lit tion and the U of Miller said parents o the Pepsi should be responsive to the par it is a said ticular needs of each and that teenagers have learned if the youngster who badly from us to identify with parti wants an electric train ciilar age groups and be intol pens to be a why not give erant of o t h er age it to her We have to accept the fact AVhat is said Pro that there are other people in fessor is what is society than permissive ingful to the A child j There appears to be growing dont Sh0wit There is a may actually be good in some i evidence of change in the rela1 fcrcnce between but because he doesnt j tionships between children and j ness anfj feel he is good he de and children and peer I sibility Professor Mann fines himself as a This i said Professor children see our ne do nasty things to each othj bake sale Wednesday 3 but we still like each at in the club with A young person always wants I president George Martin to know parents are concerned receiving guests the about said Professor The pouring honors will he Its not a matter of shared by past presidents permissive ness or authorij George Rowntree and Ri They want to be re assured that you are concerned with even though they chard JOSEPH VANDEN DUNGAN and WANDA HOVEY are pleased to announce TONI Mitchell MUELLER has joined their staff at STYLERITE BEAUTY SALON 1514 9th Avenue South JUDY Skibo VAN RYN and YVONNE NEILSEN also on staff for appointment call 3275000 creates a real with children leaning more to Engineer situat ions where peer groups in loyally and con kids can be Mill er and hope theyll pick One of more significant up something which they feel aspects teen said is uniquely their own We ask our kids to be hon est with us and they said We must be matter of fact and accept He said in his I opinion 90 per cent of adoles cents are at least experiment ing with marijuana and exactly the same as 90 per cent is a different set of If tills is why cant I be this way Miller said he was firm ly convinced there is no more sexual hankypanky than 20 or even 50 years They tabs about it he but that doesnt mean they are permissiveness as The final workshop session will be held at 7 Thursday at the U of L west UK aauiu eta wv pui I j of the people our age experi moreK adlve He if Knit ai nnmnnorf mented with are better equipped to handle PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM Upstairs EVERY THURS8 B years world famous of the largest Corpet exporters to foreign hos the lorgest Persian and Oriental Corpet sho Iorela of unu urmniai iorpet showings in different port Wu surPrisin9 exhibition Is goin9 to take place in Conodn result their merchandise con be token at lowest possible EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL General Grant Room and October 28 and 29 from 10 to 10 sulected from 30 branches in Included ore somo rk1 natural pure os well os somo very rore ond voluoblo wool piece Choose a rug for your living Dining Bedroom ond Hollwoy from a collection of over 250 size from 1 x 1 to All items to be sold ot PERSIAN MARKET WHOLESALE PRICE Plus a small shipping ond handling charge Therefore why 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