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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaSari Appeal announced for pakistani refugees Toronto Oxford commit-1 India by the Oxnam Sari a tee for famine Relief of Ideal. Pam is attempting to meet the Over 2v million women Refu clothing needs of pakistani women in refugee Camps in age and wrinkles go together. It s inevitable you say. But How do some women keep their Lively complexions year after year with the daily help of 2nd debut with Cef skin s most successful youth Fier. Cef makes the skin hold moisture and helps eliminate old wrinkles and keep new lines away. Ask for 2nd debut at drug and department stores. Two debut with Cef-600 or double strength 1200. Lila Hamilton Beauty consultant Oxnam Camps says a news release from the Canadian of fice of Oxnam. Members of the Oxnam Field team stressed the need for saris. According to the news re lease some women Are wearing saris which hardly cover their nakedness. Others must have an additional Sari so they can change and Bathe. Mrs. Roland Michener wife of the governor general has Iven her patronage to the Oxnam Sari Appeal. Donations May be sent to Oxnam Sari Appeal 280 Bloor Street West Toronto or to Grant Rowan Oxnam regional director 304 Hammond build ing 63 Albert Street Winnipeg. Cheques should be marked Sari Appeal. Winnipeg free press monday november 8, 1971 women s news Indian woman chief did t Campaign the Neo Juven Range Nee Juven to Isroe Jean Folster chief. This signature on the Bottom of the official Norway House in Dian band stationery represents about men women and children members of the band. It also represents a 49-year old widow the Mother of eight children and the first woman in Manitoba elected to such a Posi Tion. Chief Folster was elected by the band oct. 1 Over three male opponents. In an interview in Winnipeg Friday she said we Don t go out campaigning. The nominees Are taken for what they Are everyone knows them. You Don t go around p r o m i n g what you la do. You re expected to live up to chief Folster and c. L. An Derson Secretary treasurer of the Norway House Community Council representing All non treaty inhabitants of Norway were in Winnipeg to at tend a meeting with represent chief Jean Folster. Demanding Job natives of Cross Lake man., Manitoba Hydro. Chief Folster and or. Anderson said the meetings Are held regularly to keep residents of Norway House and Cross Lake informed about Manitoba Hydro s construction of a control dam in their area. Mrs. Folster said her Job As chief Means she literally leads the although the position was once largely ceremonial it is now a lot of hard work. The chief is in charge of All welfare payments to Mem Bers of the band and about 80 to 90 per cent of the band receives the chief also has the final authority Over treaty land and treaty housing. If a band member wants to move from one House to another chief Folster has to give permission if the Manitoba Hydro wants to use gravel from the Reserve for a dam it s building chief Folster has to give permission. Part of mrs. Folster s responsibilities is to try and provide her people with jobs and other activities. If we had some other activities i think the number in the Beer parlor would be less. We Don t give them their welfare Money in Cash or Cheque but somehow they find Money to go to the chief Folster said the band originally voted against allow ing the Sale of liquor on the Reserve the majority of the people voted for a dry. Reserve but the government went ahead and made it one alternative chief Folster. Would like to. See available is television programming. It might keep the children at she said the Community has been promised television service by 1973 for or. Anderson criticized the Lack of service. He said Norway House is one of the largest communities in the chief Folster said a planning committee chaired by herself and the mayor of the Metis and White Community at Norway House is trying to get financing for a recreation Complex. She would like it to include a skating rink a Curling rink and possibly facilities for receptions. She said a weekly sports night in the local school gymnasium open to everyone in the Community has had some beneficial effects but. The rest of the week the children have nothing to do at chief Folster said the terrain around Norway House is a major problem in creating pm Rock Trees Moss and swamp some people work at the Hospital the Agency department of Indian the she said Little fishing or trap Ping is done. She blamed the decrease in trapping on a combination of Lack of fur bearing animals and a Lack of markets. The Hydro project will provide Between 100 and 150 jobs for local residents yearly until 1974 but she said these will have to be divided Between Norway House and Cross Lake. Folster s term of office is two years. There is no limit on the number of terms she can serve except her own endur Ance. I can have it As Long As stand it. The pressure is so great. There Are phone Calls night and for four generations Cyriax of London has been caring for the famous English Rose complexion. Watch your skin Bloom in the Beautiful environment created by gentle Neo Juven products. Deep Cleanser , Day Eye Cream face Cream visit Holt s while miss Elizabeth Bayley is a guest at our cosmetic counter november 9th thru 13th. She will advise you a bout Neo Juven skin care and the newest fashion make up ideas. Holt s has a gift for you. Neo Juven neck Cream to protect and cherish your Throat. Cyriax Cream lipstick in a new fashion Colour. With your min. Cyriax Purchase. Cosmetics Street floor. Gala occasion dresses return to store Racks Holt Renfrew Portage at Carlton by Margaret Ness new York up in the last few years the younger Sel opted out of even Semi formal clothes for the social season and decided any old thing was right for any occasion. Since clothes manufacturers took their Cue from the youngsters Over-25s were out of Luck. Now the smart gala occasion gowns Are Back on the store Racks and women once again can look Ultra demure or Femin finely sophisticated. Said fashion expert Eleanor Lambert after the store buyers orders for fall Winter 1971 were tallied the demand for sup Posedly dead cocktail dress and for Long evening dresses has astonished the entire Market. The Long evening skirt has replaced evening not of course that you won t find evening Pant suits. But Many Are full culottes. Pauline Trigere features them especially. One of her Culotte dresses is edged in Silver Fox. Mildred Sullivan director of the new York couture business Council sums up late Day collections this Way there s the real dinner dress dark and seductively Bare or covered up and sweep ing the Ankles in glorious fabrics dinner suits the Long curls and Waves Bounce Back to have and to hold. New Waves and cuts Are created with the special of cur talented staff. Body we 15.00 cuts from 5.00 Eaton s pfc

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