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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LITHBRIDOE HERALD Friday, October 17, 1972 Special burdens often overlooked VANCOUVF, II (CI1) --religious groups tli.il lire Women cqiinl rights idlh men nuisl not forget the spocinl burdens of y.'umen are members o( under-privileg- ed minority groups, Sylvia Gcl- ber. director of lire women's bureau in Ihe federal labor de- criminated against arc dis-1 'elo- quently absent" when the status of women is debated. When living conditions arc poor, as I hoy are for mnny of Canada's Metis, the woman is expected to pul up with llic partment, said here. I most intolerable situations and "The status of women in Can-1 to make a home (or her family, ada will never bo higher than that of the most undcr-priv- ileged women in our Mis Gelber told a meeting of the Status of Women Council of British Columbia. As long as there Is injustice to one, there is injustice '.o all, she added. Miss Gelber sakt discusions of the problems women who are Metis, Eskimo, immi- grants, black, or of I Wee Whimsy shc said. Jinny women, particularly black women and immigrants, are exploited in domestic em- ployment, Miss Gclher said. These people arc often unaware of the customs of Canada, or arc unable at atr.-ud to speak up. 'If the women ol Canada achieve all of the goals they arc now seeking, but neglect the lot of the under-privileged women, then justice will rot have been served." she said. _x-v calendar of local naiiper.inqi George McKillop Home and School Associaliou will hold its annual Halloween lea and bake sale from p.m. Saturday at Ihe school, 21st St. and 51h Ave. N. There will be a cake raffle, and everyone is invilcd lo attend. Soullimmslor circle square dance club will hold a regular dance at p.m. Saturday in Southminster hall. All square dancers arc welcome, and wom- en nre asked to please bring a pie. CANADIAN POETS Two of Canada's betler known poets, P. K. Page, left, and Margaret Alwood, gave a reading of their works lasl night al Ihe University cf Lethbridge. Bolh women arc as well as their poetry, and General's Award for poelry. acclaimed for Iheir novels each has won Ihe Governor Groenen, pholcs New experiences for students -r- Definite need seen liere for birth control clinic The Lelhbrhlgi! Community I abortions o[ wlrich 58 were by crvices Advisory CommULco women under 1R years and 118 as been asked io establish a )irlh control clinic, counselling education service, primnr- ly for people under 25 years if age. were Community services director Dob BiirllcLt raised the ques- tion of the possibility of dupli- cation of services and the ad- The request was made by a vjsory committee decided clari- fication should be obtained from the city health unit wlicther it intends to provide this as a general public health service. birth control and counselling id-vice committee. Tlie advisory committee, chaired by Ken Sayer, decided o get more information, dclor- mine whcllicr such service I or ought to be provided jy the city health unit, and ask- ed Mm birth control committee o ob.tain sanction from the pub- lic and separate school boards before making a dclinilc com- inilmcnL at its next, monthly meeting, on Nov. 29. Mr. Sayer, speaking for the advisory committee, said he agreed will? the steering com- mit lee's observation that there is a definite need for sucb ser- vice, and (hat the incidences of abortion and venereal diseases ncoplc arc in- creasing in Lethbridge. The steering committee, whose members include Dr. Tony Miller, a psychologist with t ho University of Lcthbridgc, pointed out there were gon- orrhea cases reported in the city last year, as well as 169 No men LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Corner Teens leave for inter-varsity camp JL Campus Bv KAREN CRANE Winston ChurcMIl High School The year moves quickly by as mid-semester week and still another week roll by. The work piles up and students begin to realize they are falling behind. Perhaps Ihe realizalion comes with mid-semester re- port The resolutions to "really work hard this year" seem to have been forgotten in the maze of activity throughout the semester. The most exciting event, I would say, (if I were asked to pick one day) would last Fri- day, the day prior to our game with LCI. All forms of 'spirit rousing' activities were put into operation. In fact, I believe close to all that have ever been Invented. To begin with, earlier in the week there was a paint-in and the result was Churchill's new wallpaper job! I have never seen so many poslcrs on our walls. Friday was declared color day a day on which every- one wears the school colovs. Of course a pep rally was held on Friday morning, one of the best I've seen, I might add. Don't you agree, Bulldogs? 1 think they all deserve a pat on the back. As winter approaches some of us find ourselves actually hoping [or snow! WHY? Ski- ing, of course. Churchill's grad- uation committee isn't helping the warm air lovers either. They are raffling off a brand new ski set complete with boots, poles, skis and bindings. The tickets arc on sale for 25 cents each, whicli really Isn't a bad price lor a complete ski outfit, even it you don't ski1. (the draw will be made on Dec. WCH S is holding i Ls f i rst 'night of entertainment" ol the year, soon. Variety night is a Lime when we see all kinds of Churchill talent, from n few singers nnd dancers to the us- ual array of comedy acls. "We founcl in (he past lhat we get a bettor turnout with low r.v anus STKWART ricrald Staff Wrilcr Dozens of southern Alberta's teens will be off this weekend to Pioneer Lodge, west of Sun- dre, the 700 acre foothill camp operated by the Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship. They are excited by llic dip of Uie paddle, sailing off into a crimson sunset or riding lorscback through the crisp ioothills' snow. Evenings will find them clus- .erecl around a huge open fire exchanging views on how they saw God in nature as they ex- plored the out-of-doors and singing the familiar camp songs that tell of the echoes, hills and streams of the foothill country. Pioneer Lodge, and Mountain cainp at Crimson Lake, west of Rooky Mountain House provide both summer and year-round camping exper- iences for kids, teens and fam- ilies. Rocky Moan tain, with its individual cabins and huge ranch house dining room ant lounge, offers canoeing, sailing horseback riding, ry and crafts. archery, rifle- students, nurses and parents, witli campers from northern Alberta alternating weekends with those from the south. Plans are finalized for a family Christmas camp offering a won- derful Yuletide in the foothills. Coupled with this will be the annual International Christmas at Banff when students from all parls of the world converge "or a week of winter fun and festivities. The two Alberta camps, the lodge and the ranch, are part of a chain of inter varsity camps across Canada and are members of both (he Alberta and Canadian Camping Asoci- lions. Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship is an inlcr-denomin- ational, non-profit organization open to all students, nurses, faculty ami friends. It works as an arm of the church in the academic institutions and in the camping field. Today there are over 700 slu- derl clubs across Canada affi- liated with inter-varsity. This represenls conservatively students meeting every week. In Alberta alone inter-varsity slon Churchill 'and LCI as well as the Community College and the University. Larry Kirkpatrick, the south- ern Alberta director is assisted at I he university by Father Clare tt'alrin, a member ol the OTTAWA (CP) Discrim- ination because of sex. is usual- ly thought ol TIS bDing practised against women, but one group her of commerce, serves on the has reversed Uie situation national board. Dr. Ray Slew- Whe" a. nlale art heads the area committee or a local newspaper arrived comprised ol Dr. George Zien-Ilo Bcl a picture of the opening or, Mr. George llervyn. Mrs. I Women's Centre recently, lie Betty Kendall, Mrs. Rick Van i Dyke. Mrs Jeanctte Harms, was barred from entering. He was told a female photo- chaplains' service to the nniver-1 Mr. John Cole, Rev. Albert Rraphcr would be admitted, but Women show income lag OTTAWA (CP) The aver- age income for women contin- ued to lag far behind that of men last year, Statistics Can- ada reported here. Statislies compiled in a sur- rey of bouscholds last April indicated thai average in- of men ros? to from in 13G9. For women, how- ever, Ihe average income in- creased to from The federal slalislics bureau said average family income, including the earnings of work- ing husbands, wives and chil- dren, increased in 1971 to 112 from a year earlier. But the 13 pcr-ccnt Increase was in reality only about seven per cent 'as a result of con- sumer price Statis- tics Canada said. The average income of people living by themselves or as roomers rose to in 1071 from in 1060 eight per cent. Consumer price increases would lake about six per cent from the lioost. The average income for all both families and unattached ndividuals rose to last year from in 1909. sity. I Baldeo, Mr. Gerry Fry anil Mr. fierry Fry, n[ the local chara-; and Mrs. Larry Kirkpatrick. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes HighliPhts of the summer are ls in contact approximate- t) i -Ifllllfc fmrl c llHnntc rtn admission, conts on Nov. Churchill's gym, Oklahoma has join us for 50 15 right in been chosen for this year's musical produc- tion. Auditions have been going on for n couple weeks, but no fi- nal castings have been made as Noon hour held yet an otter j yet. It takes a lot at people do- surprise. This time it was the bashing of a green and gold car. Immediately prior lo Ihe game there was a noise parade from Churchill to the ball park, including cveryltog from mo- torcycles to painted cars and cheerleaders. By game lime Ihe spirit was indeed roused! Kpeajdjig of football, I think ing a lot of work to get a mu- sical on slage. but il's a great experience in working with people. Everylhing mu-sl be done in co-operation. If you have neve" worked on a production, you really ought to try it, you'll like ir Oh. I almosl forgot, there's a dance at Churchill tomor- our Bulldogs have done a great row night. Admission is 75 cents _. ____ _. ______ job this season. They finished j now's your chance Churchill- gram. up with a 3-loss record lies. Trove you ca-e about your which is something for us lo Ijc school SHOW proud of. VVc-11 students, it's lime lo The most rewarding win j_'rab your hoot straps and give the year though was our 21-20 I hem a lug, time moves faster victory over CCII Cougars, than you'd think. the two-week mountain coimb- ing expeditions and horseback trekking. A mammoth rodeo climaxes Ihe camping stint. Ice skating, skiing, swimming re- pelling, horsemansliip, archery, riflery and crafts are offered at the lodge. The lodge is distinct from the ranch camp at Rocky in that it provides all-year fim, while the rar.ch is used only in the summer. The lodge is carpet- ed, spacious and beautiful and includes a library, several rec- reational rooms, four dormi- tories, massive dining room, kitchen and several lounge areas. Joe Curry, the popular hoys' camp director, laughs as he recalls Ihe timidity of so many city kids when they first en counter the camp's outdoor pro LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS I Southminsrer Jr. Girls' Choir presents "The Pink Siamese" Sat., Ocl. 28 and p.m. Sun., Oct. 29 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Iras Club No. 4 presents A Fashion Show entitled Gift of Fantasy" Wed., Nov. B p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TICKtTS NOW AVAILABLE LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. PHONE 328-4060 "So many cf them have al- ways swam in heated pods anrl when they find the program in- cludes a morning dip in Crim- son Lake they immediately slfirl to he chuckles. Hut within days the teenagers have adapted to the brisk air, Ihe ride into the bills, balanc- ing a canoe, repclb'ng and hoist- ing the sails with many of them reriuesting lo extend their stay. ,y adults and students on sustained basis. Samuel Escobar, a graduate of Sau Marcos University ta Lima, Peru, recently named the new inter-varsity general direc- tor lor Canada, visited Pioneer Lodge last weekend and ex- presed his amazement at such fine facilities and that they are used on such a full schedule. It happened to he a parents' camp and among the 70 parents attending was a number of single parents from Edmonton whose camp costs had Ijecn met by an anonymous physi- cian. Inter-varsity groups in south- ern Alberta are organized two high schools and the com- Hat, Pinclicr Creek, Coaldalc and in r.ethbri.rlge, both at Win- Clieckmate MONTIIKAI, (CP) -Leo Wil- liams, vicc-pre.sitlenl of the Ca- nadian Cht.'is Federation, says vvoinen are "notoriously bad chess players." "Chess ('c- mantis a certain aggressive- ness, rcslrainl and planning lhat don't he raid. "I don't think women have men would be refused entry :anse "we're getting even for what men have done." The centre is intended to pro- vide a place where woman-onJy groups can meet and to pro- vide a place for women to gather after work. The said women need protection against society and the centre would help pro- vide it. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETKBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. "Get plenty of bananas remember your brother is coming for Ihe weekend." CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th O'CLOCK 4lh and 8lh Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 56 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB Tlie lodge is busy all year i (he restraint to Ixwomc Rood in round hosting lecn.s. university business, politics or chess." Pre-marriage Course FOR: People planning to get married and people re- married but open, also, la nny married couplei who wish to clarify their Ihinking about marriage. GIVEN BY: People qualified in (he fields of eco- nomics, sociology and psychology, mamad couDics and 'i priest. WHERE. EDUCATION CENTRE 534 18th Street South WHEN: FIVE SUCCESSIVE SUNDAY EVENINGS AT I P.M. BEGINNING SUN., OCT. 29lh. MEN'S CLOTHES for that old suit, Sport Jacket or coat that doesn't fit, or is out of style? Bring it down to Frank Walker's give you on it towards a new one, will then be donated to the charity of your your This offer applies to clothing items valued over such as suits, sport jackets, top coats, leathers, or sheepskin coats. Make someone hoppy, bring your old suit, sport jacket MEN'S CLOTHES Phone 327-2073 ;