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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 ItTHMMlCt HtKAlD 7. DISNEYLAND TOUR Nov. Dec. M Iransportation and accommodation Ponderosa San KnoHs Berry Holly- wood and Las Vegas. Dec. 26 Pasadena Rose Bowl Parade. EASTERN CANADA AUTUMN LEAVES LUXURY TOUR 24 transportation and accommodation Quebec Niagara Chicago Minneapolis-St. Paul. WEST COAST AUTUMN LEAVES TOUR Sept. 28th. 10 days Transportation and Accommodation Victoria. TOURS ESCORTED BY STEVE KOTCH REST ROOM AIR CONDITIONED Book Now limited number of tickets available. NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 ALTA. Lynne Van Luven Playgirl reader strips myth away The publication is a strip-off. It is not even much less informative or pro- vocative. And H is certainly not original. In short. Js a cheap fraud. Not cheap in mon- etary since it costs but definitely a gyp in every other sense Of the -word. But never women are expected to trample each other in their rush to the newstands. They are supposed to slaver over the magazine's chintzy fo'd-outs. devour the contents of the insipid articles. ex- CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS THE MOTOR IS A CUSTOM 1605 3rd Ave. South Alberta Phones 328-8181 328-8182 COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP TO HANDLE ALL ENGINE WORK AND ENGINE PARTS CYLINDER HEAD AND BRAKE DRUM SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT. hausted by all the they are to sleep with their tattered copy of tucked safely beneath their fev- ered dreaming of the next issue. snort. The idea is too laughable. is the magazine for the 'liberated' woman who believes in 'fooling pursuing the ultimate in sensual experience and gen- erally living life to the hilt. That the above is a totally be- fuddled definition of women's liberation troubles the publish- ers not at all. They are forging right basing their opera- tions on the premise that the liberated woman be- lieves herself to be equal to man. she too mist crave nudie pictures to ogle. Deliberately or out of ignor- misrepresents the serious movement that wo- men's liberation has become. True 'libbers' are concerned with day care equal pay for equal discrimination in the archaic laws which regard women as either cbattete or children They are. not crucially interested in Burt Reynold's measurements bow Lyle Waggoner looks on a bear- akin you will pardon the rug. Valiantly though it doesn't quite suc- ceed. Aside from attempting to oaefa m on the liberation move- it is also keen to snare interest of more tradi- SAVE YOUR HAY ORDER Your Supplies of RANGE PELLETS Range Pellets Will Supply Energy As Well As Protein CONTACT US NOW SOUTHERN FEEDS LTD LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-3500 OR 328-3575 rianal Therefore It tosses in recipes for the fashion and beauty tips m a tinge of the personal probkm Btory in which Confes- exceDs. For good mea- there are the usual trite or meandering articles on as- trology and Hollywood as well as book reviews and movie critiques as a sop to the 'intellectual1 set. The result of this incredible hodge-podge is that has all the editorial impact of a child soprano singing in the midst of a hurri- cane. worst of the maga- zine waffles. It promises all UB sex-starved women pages of nude photos. Then it cope as if on second thought those nice ladies are not ready for THAT after all. The men are but they are not quite -stark naked. The most imaginative ap- proach of the whole maga- zine is the variety of ingenious ways in which the models' ana- tomies are obscured at points. All man- ner of contrivances a full-blown a a limp a pre- cisely-raised knee are used to 'cover the subject.' Perhaps the only reason to continue buying the magazine is what new ap- proachee will the intrepid edi- tors devise to protect the mod- el's tok. Such a waste of executive energy over a part of the body that mothers every one of them have been powdering and diapering for generations. 70 from P.E.I. entertained at ranch lodge PINCHER CREEK The Voyageurs Sludent Ex- change Group from Prince Ed- ward 70 in number plus bus and numerous parents who helped with the were enter- tained at a buffet supper re- cently at the lodge on the ranch of Mr. and Mrs L. L north of Pincher Creek. The expenses incurred were shared by the Town and the Pincher Creek MD. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Toney and Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Hammond. Wayne Pinkney was master of cer- emonies. Also in attendance was Charlie MLA for Pin- cber Creek and Ken representing the school board. Mr. Toney wished the Voy- ageurs a safe trip home. Mu- sic and hiking in the Porcupine Bills ended another happy day for Uw ;