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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Sfplomber 24, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD J7 Native Women must help themselves I Jl Q i" A I P11C MAUREEN JAMIESO.V ely in the Lclhbridge Friend- 'calion at Western Co-operative their own temerity. U %J VI I 8 I %V _. _i <-i__i__ I ;_ f__i._l___ C..-1. 11 IT___ Canned Food Sale! JAMIE50.V Staff Writer A hostile reaction greeted the opening remarks of Olaf A.} (Ole) Turnbull, course co-ordi-1 nator at Thursday's session of the human relations workshop being sponsored by Hie Voice of Alberta Native Women's Soci- ety in Hie Lclhbridge Friend- ship Centre. "People come and ask me what to said Mr. Turnbull. "If I tell them what to do, they don't grow. It's easy to get someone to solve a problem then you can blame him for your mistakes, loo." Then he retired to the sidelines. Mr. Turnbull, director of edu- cation at Western Co-operative College in Saskatoon, Sask., had jabbed a pin in a sensitive spot and liit a nerve. Anger and irritation were apparent in most of Hie delegates. Several of the women publicly voiced their Gradually it became clear this was the aim of the. co ordinator. and many their own temerity. "Stand up for they we. o advised. "Don't do what you're told all the time or you will be put down." As an ex- ample, Mr. Turnbull suggested asking an elected person if be were really worth what he's paid. Mrs. Zclla Harris of Edmon- I women appeared surprised at ton, human resource officer for the provincial government em- phasized the importance of being able to communicate. She said "in a nutshell, the society hopes to provide a communica- tions network for all native women in Alberta in order to better their social and economic standing in the community." A stronger, more united voice is needed in order to solve native problems, and Mrs. Harris Claims that if the treaty, non- treaty and Metis people can re- solvn their individual differ- ences, they have a very good chance to bring about change. Mr. Turnbull summarized a frequently slow, but highly ef- fective demonstration by saying "the Voice of Native Women or Ole Turnbull can do nothing for you. You must do some- thing for yourself or for the so- ciety to be able to stand up to somebody. You are buildinj a power structure native wo- men Today's sessions were under the chairmanship of Eric Rus- sell, a community development worker with the department of Indian affairs. Saturday morning at (he Voice of Alberta Native Women's Society will hold a general meeting, with Mrs. Annie Cotton as chairman. WHAT ARE FRIENDS FOR? Chiaf Robert Smallboy comes lo Ihe rescue of o small member of his dancing troupe. The Smallboy dancers and drummers, from Ihe Rocky Mountain House area, were at Ihe Lelhbridge Friendship Centre last nighl for a pow- wow arranged by the Voice of Alberta Naliva Women's Society for their human rela- tions workshop. -Walter Kerber Pholo CWL given 'the piW REGINA (CP) More than Roman Catholic women were given "The pill'1 Wednes- day by the conventual convenor at the 51st annual meeting of the Catholic Women's League of Canada. But Ihe pill distributed by Jean Mahoney of Regina mlh the approval of Rev. C. D. Gihncy. director of the Regina Diocesan Council, she said was a capsule containing a mes- sage calling for action by the delegates. The clear gelatin capsules contained a message slip read- ing: "Hope is my action now in CWL." "Women of Hope" if (lie theme of the convention, whic ends Saturday. BAGGY EYES Under-tlie-eye makeup Is spe cially designed to camouflag those dark circles. This covei should be applied before nrake up in order to achieve a well blended look. YW consultant Miss Donalda McCrac, a con- sultant on local development (ICllVB III C II with the YWCA of Canada arrived in the city to (CP) Young with local officials over must become involved work of the YWCA hi work of the Catholic League of Canada, RAIN AND provincial Rain and shine coals for life convenor fall have more slyle and this year. Try the midi for the hosl rain season practical and the league's annual meeting was alrcadv it was preaching, love people from all over Saskatchewan helping with the preparation and program convention's -j school students contributed huge depicting various slogans illustrating the "Women of Hope." Elcmenlary school Regina's separate three-inch each with a how the youngster covers of Ihe menus closing banquet done by mentally at Regina's Calling her -School. A slide and music program you'll be late Hie theme day meetang It was prepared by School entertainment at --TI ,r- iir.Fin dinner Tuesday was group of seven girl the Sounde had marvellous READ ABOUT from nil Hie young INTERMEDIATE snid convention OFFERED IN REAL Mahoney. It's helping Ihnm (o know of cur ON PAGE mostly Ihcy want lo IN TODAY'S We just had to ask thorn and they were OUR MOONLIGHTING SENATOR! When jj a conflict of terest not a conflict of interest? Porhnps whon you're in sonalc, snrving Ihe public yot holding in influonliol compnnios. Sena 1 or i say ihny tnn do both Bui can they ically? Robnrl McKcown looks ot the versial iisuo )hji IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND fo ASSORTED PEAS Canada Choice 14-fl. oz. fin 6 for 1 ,00 Case of 3 M CREAMED CORN Canada Choice 14-fl. oz. tin for Case of PEAS and CARROTS Canada Choice oz. tin 5.98' 1 I fej fo, Cose of CUT WAX BEANS Canada Choice 14-fl. 01. tin Cose of 24, 4 MIXED VEGS. Canada Choice oz. tin Case of ror 12.225 4' ASPARAGUS Canada Choice 12-fl.oz. tin 3 89 MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM SPAGHETTI OR BEANS WITH PORK BUY THE TIN .00 12 il BUY THE DOZEN I BUY THE CASE I Taste Tells sliced, buttons, whole 10 fl. 01. tin Taste Tells Reconstituted Busy Baker, salted or plain 1-lb. pkg. David's Assortment J6-cz. net wt. pkg. Busy Baker, serve with cheese....... lo-oi. net pkg. Mushrooms Apple Juice Soda Crackers T-Mix Biscuits Digestives B.C. Mac Apples 3.55 Fresh Tomatoes Green Grapes Frozen Turkeys Sirloin Steak 48 fl. 02. tin Canada Commercial Grade Approx. 19-lb. Handipack Box, Each Canada No. 1 Thompson, fresh, seedless Pinecresl Brand, Canada Grade Utility 10-16 Ib. overage. WHILE STOCKS LAST Ib Cut thick or thin. Canada Choice Canada Good Becl Ib PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Sept 24 25. CROWNING TOUCH Miss Canada, Carol Comiso of Thunder Boy, puls vclvcl robo around Ihe shoulders of Donna Sawicky, IB, Iho now Miss Kilchener-Walerloo- Okloberfcsl at Ihe University of Waterloo. Tho Kilchencr model, lap and halon leacher dofeaied 14 semi-finalists for title. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LI ;