Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
nd for the next 69 years Percy plants a peek on the cheek of his wife Inez in a warrnup to their 60th wecfding anni- versary celebration Sept. 1 at their home in Ottawa. Asked what the couple wanted most in the Mrs. Booth 60 years Women liberate bosoms in gay Paree By ROSETTE HARGROVE j PARIS The visible manifestation of the lib-j crated in Paris recent- ly has been the topless tendency at the various outdoor and in- door pools. The first impulse of the city j fathers was to declare the fash-1 ion illegal. On second thought. I they apparently ed to attend to more serious' problems. After at seaside resorts such as Cannes and Saint Tropez on the nude bosoms which stirred up a hue and cry last are causing nary a batted eye this season. Several' men questioned de- clared after the mono- kini was just a very small step away from the bikini in recent has shrunk to the absolute minimum. all depends on the said 24-year-old Bruno Dubois. her figure. If she is built like a then she rates a second look. But alas there are too many women who do not see themselves as others Anne Landers page 26 see them. The result is times catastrophic.1' At the popular solarium on the a stone's throw from the Place de la while Fake meats catching on ROME The high price of meat is revolutionizing dining tasies and spurring pro- duction of imitation msat prod- the Food and Agriculture Organization reports. Soybean key and once frowned on by all but are gaining popularity in the United States. Europe and said the United Nations organization. They are com- pare favorably in taste to the real thing and are being sold for the first time in grocery stores in family-size FAO said. The report was based on a conference on the world meat trade held at FAO's Rome headquarters recently. Dele- gates from several meat-pro- ducing countries voiced concern over competition from the imi- tation meat industry. They asked for regulations to ensure the products are properly la- belled. SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VQRWERK eUoner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 monokinis are still the excep- tion rather than the they now are taken as a matter of course. Madame Colette Z. a government 45 years who spends 'most of her lunch hours course if my family were around I would never have dreamed of discarding my top. Nor if I were the only one to do it. It's a small secret I keep from my 21-year-old son and my Jeanine T. A 32-year-old explained. ''When I saw the other women I 'Why not First I was a lit- tle embarrassed when men looked at me. Then all of a sudden I felt a great sense of liberation and did not care any Some of the older habitues who cling to the more conven- tional garb have protested. women are exhibition- WeeWhimsv PHANTOM Business Girl Back to School SALE off I Panty Hose 4.27 1.59 pair SALE-------- or 3 pair for 3.65 Salt in effect August 29th-Sept. 8th PRIMROSE SHOP NOW LOCATED AT 613 4th AVENUE S. Lethbridga Chris GrocJesky receives the original his IVsc Whimsy. Send youn to this paper. A bachelor am not as shocked as I am at some erotic publicity art on book- stalls but I am surprised to see this in The owner of an apartment across from the well-known Bains Deligny complained of exhibitionism to tbs authori- ties. When the gendarmes ar- rived to they found he had been using field glasses The complaint was dismissed Food thefts increasing ST Nfld. A young housewife was fined in magistrate's court here for stealing worth of food she said she could not afford to buy. husband is on unemploy- ment and I couldn't afford to buy the embarrassed house- wife told magisbwte Qement Scott. She was caught trying to steal a a pound of bacon and a package of cheese. A middle-aged St. John's man also was charged with theft of food from a supermarket val- ued at His case has been postponed. Despite an increase in the number of people appearing in court for thefts from super- a survey of super- markets in the city indicated that the amount of shoplifting of food items has not increased. rising cost of food may have some effect on people shoplifting these but we haven't noticed any substantial a spokesman for one supermarket said. THE WORLD at OF FASHION your Look what jutt flew in from Italy by RANGONI ITALY A classic pump lightly gored on both sides of vamp to give a superb fit. Sport rust calf tuperbly hand antiqued fit- tings from 4A. 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