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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursdoy, August 13, T970 Women May Get More Than They Bargained For By RAY DICK WASHINGTON (CP) After 47 years of female prodding, the House of Representatives lias fi- nally passed an cqual-rights- for-women amendment to the constitution. But the women may get more than they bar- gain for. While women proponents of the bill hailed its passing as a great victory for the liberation movement, other prominent feminists say that men will get most of the benefits. The amendment, passed by a vote of 346 to 15, now must go to the Senate where it is almost assured of passage because 83 senators co-sponsored it, and then be ratified by legislatures of three-quarters of the 50 states. It is unusual in its the wording guaranteeing equal rights for men as well as it is long on impli- cations. Pried out of the House judici- ary committee where it had been buried for -17 years, the amendment reads: "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the U.S. or by any state on account of sex." DUAL EFFECT That one sentence, if en- graved in the constitution, would strip away all limitations on the rights of women, opening a vast area for Supreme Court interpretation, and divest women of legal protections they now possess. In other words, says judiciary committee chairman Emanuel Celler, an opponent of the mea- sure, women would be subject to the military draft and to ali- mony payments. At least one woman of 10 in the House agrees with Celler, to a point. Leonor Sullivan of Missouri sees the amendment as a threa to the shields against female ploitation that were considere progressive landmarks w h e they were erected. She was ne in the House for the debate. The amendment has been in troduceu in every Congres since 1923, the year Celler, 8 year-old New York Dcmocra came to the House. It has ha no hearing by the House judic ary committee since 1948, th year before Celler becam chairman. Calling it a "step backward, Celler said the amendmen sponsored by Martha Griffitl (Dem. Michj would destroy a the laws protecting wome workers that labor has built u over the years. TO NO AVAIL He drew hoots of derisio from a House gallery packe with females when he said ser ous "psychological, physiolog cal and sociological difference do exist between male and fern ale" fact "we have since Adam gave his rib t make a woman." "There is as much difference between a male and a female as between a horse chestnut and chestnut he continued "The only place where rea equality exists is in the ceme- tery." He was fighting a losing bal tie, however. The Democrat! and Republican leader-Shi] spoke out strongly in support o the measure, as did the chair men of the Democratic and Re- publican national committees. A number of members hat expressed reservations pri vately about the amendment but when it canie time to vote and all of those women cant paign workers and voters had tc be considered, there was littl doubt about the outcome. Downtoivn Parking On Its Way Out NEW YORK (AP) By the end of the decade downtown street parking as it now is known may be a thing of the past. By then a person will be able to drive his car onto a high speed computerized conveyor belt system that will park and retrieve it automatically in under a minute. Or he may drop it off at a ga- rage outside town capable of bousing several thousand vehi- cles and be whisked to work 'a a mini-transit. Such systems have been de- veloped or'now are under con- struction. In the next 10 years, the ap- proximately cars on U.S. roads today are. expected to increase to says the American Automobile Asso- ciation. "Traffic congestion in down- town areas will become so heavy that all parking on city Pakistanis Die From Cholera DACCA (AP) Nearly 100 Pakistanis have died of cholera during the last two weeks in two flood-hit districts, the daily newspaper Ittefaq re- ported Wednesday. Official reports in the district, Naridpur and Kushtia, confirm the cholera reports, but the widespread flooding has made an exact death and illness loll from the waterlogged villages impossible. streets will have to be elimi said Norene Dann Mar tin, executive vice-president o the National Parking Associa tion. TO INCREASE FACILITIES To meet tile parking squeezes the industry plans to increase its current invest ment in commercial projects by another over the next decade, the association said. "By 1980, parking will be such a sophisticated part of the American landscape that the old, familiar parking lot may be in the same class as the country said Joe Blasi, the asso- ciation's president. Futuristic trends are already in sight. A self-service parking garage run by Car Park Inc. in Jacksonville, Fla., uses closed- circuit television to watch over car's parked at the various lev- els of its multi-storey structure In Denver a firm has built 'an oblong-like ferris wheel system that can accommodate about 20 cars in the space that normallj parks two. Soaring land costs have forced a Wheeling, W.Va., ga- rage to share space with a jail- house' which is situated on top oJ it. Garages topped by sports playing fields can be found in Tulsa, Okla., and Pittsburgh, Pa. The garage of the future will tend to be a multi-level, self- service facility, the parking as- sociation said. It will probably he owned by some large parking chain since the small independent operator is rapidly disappearing. STEADY SPECTACLES-lnventcr W. E. Cowie of the defence research beard at Ottawa and his secretary, Mrs. Jean Closl, model spectacles developed by Cowio which are practically impossible to dislodgo from the wearer. They can bo warn while swimming underwater or in free-fall parachuting- Tho frames arc- hinged on the top and at the ond of the hows are plastic half-moons which encircle the ear- They are in production for armed forces personnel and may go into civilian production. V PUBLISHER KETIKES John G. McConncll resigned recently as publisher of the Montreal Star. He began Ms .career in 1838 as president of the Montreal Stanilani Pub- lishing Co. Mr. McConnell will continue as a director but his responsibilities will be taken over by Derek A. Price, chief executive officer. Something New In Education SASKATOON (CP) Some- thing new in education will be put into effect this fall in a local separate high school. It is called contract teaching and it allows students to go through a subject independent of formal, day-to-day instruc- tion. Under the system, students receive an explanatory outline of the material in a course and :hey leam it with the aid of extbooks and instructional ma- erials as well as having access o a teacher if the going gets rough. Objectives of the new system are to develop responsibility and self-discipline in students, o use the special talents of each teacher and to improve in- dividualization of instruction. Once given their contract, which involves a specified! amount of learning within a specified period, students then would have three means of study. Large-group instruction would >e used mainly for presenting "ilms or encouraging students, smaller groups of 25 or less would seek help from a teacher or fellow students, and inde- pendent study would allow the itudent not to attend classes, but work by himself. When a student completes a specific part, a test would be given and then another contract undertaken. Shopping Centre Op ens EDMONTON South- Sate Shopping Centre, contain- ng siores of two department stores and 46 speciality shops, vas opened Wednesday. The million centre is jwned 60 per osnt by Wojd- vard Stores Ltd. and 40 per cent by Hudson's Bay Co. Ltd. Lt.-Gov. Grant MacEwan of Alberta said the building in mithwrest Edmonton is a "city vithin a city." Ex-ArcHbishop Joins In Row Over Nude Show LONDON (Reuters) The jrmer archbishop of Canter- ury joined in the public row ver the nude sex revue Oh! alcutta! today by suggesting :hat people should be forbidden rom exposing their "private arts" in theatres, books or pic- ures. Archbishop Lord Rsher of ambeth, 83, made his remarks n a letter to Tho Times. Lord Fisher was replying to a iraes editorial last week which Jid Oh! Calcutta! should not be anned. The former archbishop sagrecd, saying the public iculd be protected. Lord Fisher retired as head of e Anglican Church in 1961. Police authorities have said cy will not attempt to close 10 show. ADVISE CONSUMERS OTTAWA (CP) A 116-page )ok entitled Consumer Tnfor- ation: An Annotated Cata- gue has been published by the onsumers' Association of Can- la, The book lists more than 30 publications of consumer lit- r a t u r e in Canada, United alos and other countries. The ok is on sale for at Con- mers' Association of Canada, K> Gloucester St., Ottawa 4. Save 3.01 to 10.01 Bathing Suits Regular 9.00 to 20.00. All of this swimwear is marked to low clearance prices. We have them in one and two piece styles, and also in print and plain fabrics. Sizes are 10 to 20. c qq Q qq 3.JJO to SALE, Each Women's Sportswear, Main Floor Save 3.96 to 7.96 Women's, Teens' Shoes Regular 10.95 to 14.95 A clearance of dress shoes, in broken size ranges grouped together at one low pricing. Summer whites or fall colours in browns, blacks and tans. Sizes 6 to 10, but not in all styles. All Soles Final Friday Specials C QQ SALE, Each Footwear, Main Floor Summer Fabrics Regular 1.95 to 4.50. A clearance of end of season fabrics. Cottons, plain dacrons, dacron and cotton voiles and check suitings Asorted colours. Friday Specials. SALE, yard............97 to Save 2.96 White. Trevera Regular 7.95. Trevera in four different weaves. Completely washable and crease resistant. Friday Specials. SALE, yard..................4.99 Dress Fabrics, Lower Floor Half-Price! Notion Items Ordinarily 1.29 to 6.98. This group of notion items will be sure to clear out quickly at this low, low saving. All items have been selected from regular stock. Tote-Bags, clothes hangers, laundry bags, shoe trees, and many others, O Friday Specials. SALE, each to Notions, Lower Floor Special! Summer Pants Here we have a wide variety of summer pants priced to clear. They are available in woven and knh fabrics. They feature a straight leg and are pull on, or have zipper closings. Sizes 10 to 16: Asorted colours FRIDAY SPECIALS. g QQ SALE, Each Sportswear, Main Floor Special! Summer Hats All of these hats are summer straws. We have them in assorted styles, which include brims, pill boxes, cloches and turbans. The colours available are white, navy, pink, green, aqua, black, rose and lilac. Friday Specials. Sale, Each................... Millinery, Main Floor 3.00 Save 1.50 Men's Tee Shirts Regular 4.50 Crew neck or high V. A perma press 50% fortrel and 50% cotton. Short sleeves, white background with gold or blue stripes. Friday Specials. SALE, each............3.00 Men's Wear, Mcun Floor Save 1.71 to 2.91 Straw Hats Regular 5.00 to 8.50. A clearance of men's sum- mer straws, pinched fronts or centre dent styles. Shades of Grey, Gold, Brown and Olive. to 7 Friday Specials. SALE, each 3.29 to 5-59 Men's Wear, Main Floor Off! Dacron Curtains Regular 7.95. Lovely flocked dacron tailored cur- loins, washable, and dry in minutes, little or no ironing. Sun resistant, with five inch hems, two patterns to select from. Size C Qfi Friday Specials. SALE, each W-wU Draperies, Floor Half-Price! Sewing Baskets Regular 4.98 to 7.98. We have taken this group of sewing baskets right from our regular stock and marked them to Half-Price for quick clearance. A good assortment of styles and colours to choose from. Included are table and floor models. Friday Specials. SALE, each 2.49 Sewing Baskefs, Lower Floor Save 3.20 to 6.00 Garden Hose Regular 9.49 to flex hose, coils like a rope, even at freezing temperature. 50 foot length. 75 Foot Length. Regular 9.49. Regular 13.49. SALE, C OO SALE, Q QQ each O.C3 each O.33 100 Foot length. Regular 17.95. SALE, each Hardware, Lower Floor 11.95 Save 70c Peat Moss Regular 2.29. 2 cu. ft. Canadian Brondleaf spha- gnum. Ideal for gardens and flower beds. Friday Specials SALE, each...................1.59 Half-Price Hedge and Grass Shears Regular 4.23 io 6.89. Several styles to choose from, for use in trimming hedges or grass edges. A value you can't afford to miss.Friday Specials. SALE, each 2.11 to 3.44 Hardware, Lower Floor Save 2.96 to 6.99 Summer Jackets Regular 12.95 to 16.98. Windbreaker style In nylon or cotton poplin fabrics. The size and colour range Is broken but a good selection In sizes, 36 to 46. A dandy "buy" of that back to Q QQ school jacket. Friday Specials. SALE, each Men's Wear, Main Floor Save 80c Sailcloths Regular 2.79. Vat dyed with scotch- guard and preshrunk. 48" wide in o bright selection of flora! patterns, a real saving for fall. Friday Specials. SALE, yard..........................1.99 Save 40c Barkcloths Regular 1.79. Gay florals, 45" wide and suitable for drapes etc. and Friday Specials. SALE, yard............ 1.39 Draperies, Second Floor Save 3.18 Storage Shelves Ordinarily 15.95. A compact metal unit, consisting of four shelves, complete with 9 cardboard storage boxes. Their approx, size is A handy Item for your den or work room. 1 P 7 V Friday Specials, SALE, each........ I I I Business Accessories, Lower Floor Save 47.96 Electric Dryers Regular 239.95. A beautiful Inglis electric dryer. We have two only left in stock. It features an automated drying cycle, timed drying cycle, up top twist filter. It also has a porce- 4 A 1 QQ lain top. Friday Specials, SALE each Heavy Goods, Second Floor Save 176 "Nitelife" Broadloom Regular of our loveliest floor coverings made to Eaton's exacting specifications for long wear, colour clarity and beauty on your floor. sheared design shuns footprints, h great in heavy traffic areas for wall-to-wall installation or room size rugs. It comes in a large assortment of 1Q beautiful colours. Friday Specials. SALE, each Floor Coverings, Second Floor Save 2.16 Nylon Shag Regular miss this great opportunity to put barefoot comfort in every room of the house. Hard-wearing and easy- care more resilient, more crush and stain resistant because it's nylon. It's mothproof and has a double jute backing lo give you years of extra service. Available in a range of colours exclusive to Eaton's. dj 4% "TO Friday Specials. SALE, each I U Floor Coverings, Second Floor EATON'S HOME FURNISHINGS SALE Concludes Saturday, August 15th. Only two more days left, to check your Eaton's Home Furnishings Sale flier and to purchase one of the many items featured there, for your home. 100.00 Off! 2-Needle Zig Zag Regular 229.95 Save on Viking's finest twin needle, deluxe portable sewing machine with such heavy duty, burilt-in automatic features as button holer, triple stretch stitch, and Dial-a-Slitch. Whip up couture fashions for yourself, play togs for the kids, sport shirts for your husband, and custom-made accessories for your home. Get set to zig zag your way through every season with this machine. Friday Specials, SALE, each..... 129.95 Sewing Machines, Lower Floor ;