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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD August 1973 Opponents of women's rights use Water gate-type sabotage WASHINGTON A fe-1 minist author says opponents of i women's rights have used Lergate-type against the women's movement. Betty Friedan was speaking 'jo about 200 persons marking h e Mth anniversary of j women's suffrage in the United States. They placed red roses at statue of three of the suffrage movement's most famous lead- Susan Lucretia and out of town Mr. and Mrs J A Whelan if Lethbridge have had their Sister Mary of London. as their j juest for tha past week. I Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stan- ton. The group endured smoggy 9l-degree heat listening to al- most an hour of speeches out- side the Capitol. Ms. Friedan said those seek- ing to prevent ratification of the federal Equal Rights Amend- ment had used against the women's which lent its back- ing to the measure. She cited no names. After women's groups emerged as a significant politi- cal factor had stolen doctored whole bunches of dirty in state after state were immobilized or disrupted by a strange which sowed paralysed lead- prevented action from taking place ''I called it at the time an 'in- visible brake' and before we knew about Watergate it made no political John chairman of Common a citizen action said the Equal Rights Amendment is essential to end discrimination. He said he is confident of its ratification be- cause it has a gen- uinely broad base of political The amendment has been ap- proved by 30 of the 38 states necessary for ratification. calendar of focal ha The Lethbridge chapter of the Sweet Adelines meets every Wednesday from 8 to p.m. at 420 12th St. in the church basement. Women in- terested in singing barbershop style are invited to attend. XAY'S UTHBRIDQ6 ALBERTA 3 DAYS OF BACK-TQ-SCHOOL SPECIALS AUG. 31 AND SEPT. 1 THURS. AND FRI. 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SAT. 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. ALL REGULAR 8 TRACK TAPES Mfct IXtUULAR and CASSETTES ALL REGULAR LP'S OFF ALSO CHECK SAVINGS OF TO ON TAPE CASES RADIOS STEREOS CASSETTE PLAYERS RECORD AND TAPE ACCESSORIES Longest survivor Louis B. Russell 48-year-old school teacher from Indianapolis. and trie world's longest surviving heart transplant r celebrates his fifth anniversary with his new heart Friday. The Russell family pla ns an open house to celebrate the occasion. Mr. Russell is shown here with his wife. in her dress shop. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY d P.M. Jackpot in 55 Numbers 12 Games in 7 Numbers 4th 8th Games Doubled In 7 5 Cards 3 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SUPER EFFORT The USC has received from a young British Columbia boy a cheque for which he earned working in a Supermar- ket. USC Headquarters is at 56 Sparks Street. Ottawa. KIP 5B1. NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES .CORNER OF 3rd AVE. AND 5lh ST. SOUTH MEAT PRICES CLOTHING PRICES ARE GOING NATIONAL STILL SELLS FOR LOW PRICES. Pre-Season S. E. WOODS DOWN-FILLED SKI JACKETS MEN'S AND LADIES' Reg. to Firsts and subs..... MEN'S HIGH GRADE DRESS PANTS Rag. to Value. Sizes limited SAVE NOW ON YOUR BEDDING NEEDS BEFORE THE PRICE GOES Pillows. Foam chips Cotton Sheets. 54x90 SI .99 Pillow Slips Reg pair ____ Pair 99g Guest Towels Reg. each 99tf MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SPECIALS WBTKN R-C'A- 8-TRACK TAPES ALL POPULAR ARTISTS WHILE THEY LAST Shop Early For This TAPE RECORDER HEAD CLEANING KIT your tape recorder clean. Safe Fast Easy. tog. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS All colors. long and Short Stove. Reg. to MEN'S AND WOMEN'S HAND-MADE QUALITY LEATHER SHOES leather and Plantation Crepe Soles Value MEN'S AND WOMEN'S JOGGERS Reg Pr. Vinyl with contrast stripe GIRLS' NYLON STRETCH SUMS All Colon and BB GIRLS' CROCHET KNIT SHRINKS ONE GROUP GIRLS' 2-PIECE PANT SUITS Big Selection of Styles and Colon to from. Reg. MISSES' AND GIRLS' SHOES Reg. to CroM and T-Straps. All.Colon. PANTS BOYS' SCHOOL Reg. to All Styles and Sizes. BOY'S NYLON STRETCH SOCKS 2 AMortMl colors and Iff Look at this Group to DRESSES from a large selection of patterns and styles. Reg. to value............... Ladies' Don't Pass This PANT SUITS Your choice of smart polyesters. FINAL Q CLEARING LADIES' TEENS' GIRLS' TOPS Some by famous makers. All styles for young at heart. PANTI HOSE One size. All shades LADIES' DYNEL WIGS Easy care short styles. JUST CAPLESS WIGS lying the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON r-ANADIANS buy almost three million major ap- pliances every from more than independent dealers. Even the best of the applf- ances get temperamental upon occasion. Ever felt you haven't received a fair deal from your appliance deal- er or service You're not the only one. To help iron out this prob- several major manufac- turers have banded together to form a new consumer service. If you're having the consumer service people suggest you review your pur- chase and servicing then re-read your appliance operating manual. If you still feel your dealer or servicing company is not treating you then the manufactur- To add an extra smidgin of gloom to our mealtime mis- Chris secretary of the Canadian. Cattlemen's As- sociation said in Calgary that the rail strike is creating havoc in the beef industry will inevitably have tongterm effects on both the On the same mournful sub- ject several months ago things called proteinburger and thriftybur- ger made their debut on Ca- nadian meat counters. all are the same thing a mixture of hamburger and soya protein. Some people have tried them and claim they are pleasantly surprised. including have not yet had this giddy delight. But I'm afraid we shall soon have to make the effort. The way costs are we can be sure-certain that more and more synthetic meat-like products are going to end up on our tables. When you reach the point where everything that tickles your palate is just remember there are a few ways to make diet foods more enjoyable. The big secret is flavor. Food chemists tell us it is much easier to diet if we flavor our food with no-calor- ie herbs and spices or low- calorie green peppers and citrus fruits. Here's a delicious quickie to whip- up in no time flat. Try it out on Hie then keep the fixin's on hand for unexpected company. Pineapple Fingers 1 can refrigerated crescent dinner rolls 1 can pineapple drained cup maraschino cher- halved 4 tsp. lightly-packed brown sugar Glaze. 1-3 cup icing sugar to 2 tsp. evaporated milk or light cream Few drops pineapple flavoring er should be vta tht new consumer service. This applies to follow- ing brands. Admiral Enterprise Norge General Electric Gilson GSW-McClary-Moffat Hoover Inglis-Whirlpool Kelvinator-Gibson-Leonard Philco-Ford Simplicity-Speed Queen Westinghouse Wood Send complaints or com- ments Canadian Appli- ance Manufacturers 10 Price Ont. M4W 1Z5. the by I have t couple of forms on should you need one right supply and price of beef in When you erschew obfuo- cation and translate ttiat into uncom- plicated it means prices go up and supplies go down. The department of agricul- ture assures us the soya- burger on the retail market is nutritionally equal to all-meat that the total fat content of the mixture is re- and that it shrinks somewhat less during cook- ing because the soya extend- er abosorbs some of the meat juices. They also tell us a mixture of 70 per cent hamburger. 30 per cent soya protein should retail at about 20 cents per pound less than regular ham- burger. That sounds to me like a mighty small reduction for the amount of padding involv- ed. Lemon juice and rind parti- freshen and contri- bute piquant taste to bland foods. And if you're cutting or threatening to why not experiment with all kind of herbs and spices. Who You may find you love it will make that low-calorie meal- time a bit of an adventure. Separate crescent dough in- to four rectangles. Firmly press perforations to seal and prevent separation during baking. Cut each rectangle in half. Place pineapple tidbits and cherry halves in a line down the centre of each square. Sprinkle with brown sugar. Roll up and seal ledges. Place seam sidt down on ungreased baking sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 15 until golden brown. Drizzle with glaze and serve warm or cold. Makes eight fingers. Combine icing sugar with milk and pineapple flavoring. Not exactly illustrated fUg. to Value ONE LOW PRICE SPECIAL SLIGHTLY WATER DAMAGED LUGGAGE FLIGHT BAGS GARMENT BAGS TOTE BAGS by swap service need for money FINAL CLEARANCE BOYS' AND GIRLS' JACKETS group of poplins and to save on. Reg. to CLEVELAND Need somebody to pierce your Bake a lemon Or make a Two suburban South Euclid women and their Service Ex- change can put you in touch with but only at the price of your own taiente. For a annual the or- ganization gives its members 10 coupons apiece. The cou- pons are worth an hour of an- other member's time at such activities as building dog tending bar or pet sit- ting. A monthly and the Service Exchange keep members in touch with each others' talents. And be- cause extra coupons are earned and not members have to keep them- selves in circulation to tain buying power. people are not in a position to buy all serv- ices they co-founder Esther Goldberg said. if people do things for each it eliminates the need Her Jean service also eliminates the impersonal feeling you get when dealing with large firms and can pro- vide services the large firms are not interested The two women said that since the exchange opened in July it has grown to a mem- bership of about 50. Each member usually lists several skills. amazing how many things people can do that they take for granted and don't re- alize are valuable to other Mrs. Goldberg said. of the services are for things money can't buy. For a family may need someone to look on a convalescent once or twice during the day. We can pro- vide people who are willing to do Other services offered by the exchange include flower camera pi- ano furniture finish- puppet electrical ;