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A small yet significant piece of 1960s local government history has been discovered in a council broom cupboard.The custom-made robes belonging to Millicent's first female mayor, Gladys Smith, have been unearthed in a council cleaning cupboard, where they have been languishing for around 20 years."They were lost in the bowels of the council, literally hanging in there next to a broom and forgotten about," said Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi.Likewise it is men, not women, who find gentleness attractive, because it is a symptom of openness, receptiveness, nuturing ability - feminine qualities.I got bored when the girl I was dating talked about work in the same way that women get turned off when a man starts smothering them with flowers and gifts, or constantly apologizes unnesessarily.The robes have now been donated to the Millicent Museum.Fifty years after Ms Smith took on the town's top job, Mayor Gandolfi said the robes were an important part of Millicent's history.There are plenty of reasons that a woman might want to win an award or get a promotion; I am merely pointing out that she would be foolish to do so in an attempt to attract men.
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"They are historically significant," Mayor Gandolfi said.
"We need to preserve them and make sure they are looked after." The robes belonged to the trailblazing Gladys Smith, who became the chair of Millicent Council in 1967 and two years later, the town's first mayor.