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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdn.iday, August 19, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 17 j-amil y Ann Landers DEAK ANN LANDERS: The letter from the nut who wanted her husband to spank her got my ire up. Every now and then one of these sick women writes to you and it pleases me that you set them straight. And now may I have the word to the bride whose father presented his prospective son in-law with a hairbrush as a wedding present? My dad was an old fashioned Indian. In fact, he was in the Cherokee Run in Oklahoma. He had never heard of Sig- mund Freud, but I remember his reply to my mother when she asked him to paddle my older sister. "You must paddle the girls yourself if you feel they need it. If female children are struck by their father they will want their husbands to hit them." My three sisters and I are all happily married. None of us have ever been struck by our husbands and I feel certain our father's treatment of us was an important factor in our lives. We all selected gentle men who would not dream of striking a woman. Show me a wife whose husband beats her and I will show you a woman whose father spanked her well into adult DEAR CONTENT: Your story proves once more that com- mon sense is better than all the book larnin' in the world. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I resent the letter from the writer who referred to males who look at girls' legs as the bus as "dirty old men." There are more dirty young woman around than dirty old men. Does the writer know how many females are working half naked in bars these days? It isn't safe anymore for a family man to stop for a quick one on his way home. Last Saturday I took our 21-year-old son for a beer while his mother was shopping. The place used to be respectable. I was shocked when a cocktail waitress appeared wearing nothing from the waist up except a string of beads. The kid's eyes nearly fell out of his head. I got him out of there as fast as I could. What's this country coming to when a man can't get a beer at four o'clock in the afternoon without getting embar- rassed like that? What can the average citizen do? San Francisco Shame DEAR SHAME: The average citizen can read. Bars that feature half naked waitresses say so on the outside. You'll be happy to know that most of these clip joints have gone out of business. How far should a teen-age couple go? Can necking be safe? When does it become too hot to handle? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Necking And Petting What Are The Mail your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide features Service Ltd., 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126, Quebec, enclosing 50 cents In coin and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope. WIN A GIFT CERTIFICATE Simply By Cashing Your Family Allowance Cheque and filling out a lucky coupon at Woolco and placing it in the entry box. Draw for a Certificate Will Take Place MONDAY, AUGUST 31st At p.m. Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wed. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thurs. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive U.S. Senator To Give Womei 'Best Of Both Worldi WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor Sara J. Ervin, who says he wants to give women the best of both worlds, is leading an at- tack against the House of Rep- resentatives version of a consti- tutional amendment to guaran- tee women equal rights with men. The North Carolina Demo- crat, considered one of the Se- nate experts on the constitution, has no quarrel with the portion of the House-passed amendment that invalidates laws discrimi- nating against women. But he plans to introduce today a substitute that also would retain laws designed to protect women. This provision, for example, would continue to exempt the fairer sex from the draft. He said in an interview that if tlie amendment passed by the House last week should be ap- proved by the Senate and rati- fied by the states, it would cre- ate chaos in the field of consti- tutional law. He said constitutional lawyers with whom he has consulted say the proposed which has been pending in con- gress 47 means nothing or would have the effect of invalidating all federal and state laws making any distinc- tion between men and women. WILL HEAR EXPEHTS On Ervin's motion, the Senate judiciary committee voted last Wednesday to take testimony Tom constitutional authorities and explore all legal ramifica- itons of the H o u s e -p a s s e d amendment. But Majority Leader Mike Mansfield had it placed on the Senate calendar without being referred to the judiciary com- mittee for consideration. The effect was to put the amendment in position to be called up in the Senate at any tee. Mansfield has said he wants to bring it up right after Labor Day. The substitute Ervin will in- roduce provides, as does the House-passed amendment, that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abirdged on account of sex. But it also specifically empts women from compulsoi military service and passage of any law "reasonab! designed to promote the liealtl safety, privacy, education, economic welfare of women, o to enable them to perform the duties as homemakers or mot ers." Ervin says the House versio invalidates, among other law those making a husband pr marily responsible for the sup port of his wife and children, se- curing dowery and other pro] erty rights to women, barrin women from hazardous jobs an other protective labor legisla lion, aad requiring separati restrooms and segregation men and women in jails. __ -V (Calendar tJLoca Ladies Auxiliary to the FOE 2100 will meet Thursday at th home of Mrs. Hose Chomia 919 7 St. S. at 8 p.m. Member are please asked to note chang of meeting place. The Golden Mile Drop-in-Cen tre Picnic to Keho Lake wil leave the Centre at 12 nooi sharp on Thursday. Pleas bring pot-luck lunch etc. Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday at p.m. in church auditorium, 120 4th Ave. S. Everyone is wel come. The St. Patrick's CWL mas will be held Wednesday Sept. at p.m. with monthly meeting to follow. Executive meeting of the Meals on Wheels will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in St. Au gustine's parish hall. Velveteen and corduroy needs light pressing with a damp clot on the wrong side, followed by brushing with a soft brush tc raise the pile. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes .B3S. "J fhoughl- this was YOUR appointment--my nursa just wrote it down as 'the Cholesterol Kid'." BACK-TO-SCHOOL PERM SPECIAL PERMS SPECIAL DOLORES GURR hat relumed to Coby's Beauty Salon. GOBY'S BEAUTY SALON 322 I3th Street North Phone 327-5687 and UP BETTY HOLTMAN hoi returned to Bonnydale Beauty Salon. 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Green Beans Green Onions 2 Cabbage......................ib Vegetable Marrow 3, 50-lbs. ,00 ,99 0 90 fc bunches fcV bunches ,b STRAWBERRY JAM Alberta White Granulated bag 1 29 CUPRDCT A W lfl El I Purity, assorted flavors Pint cartons for I with PORK --X79' CORN 4 89 4 Tomatoes 4 for 890 Zest Soap 6 Bleach 2Sl T" fes 1 Kleenex eolor, 3 1 Apple Sauce 3 fflr 55' I M itm'J 11 LI d H MEATS Hinds of Beef Cut and Wrapped for your Freezer, Red or Blue Brand, Ib. 79' Rump Roast ROUND STEAK SIDE BACON Swift', Premium l-lb. pkg. WIENERS Swift's or Maple Leaf............................ Mb. pkg. HAMBURGER 59" BOLOGNA. 615 4th AVE. S. PHONE 327-7300 ;