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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December 13, 1972 THE lETHBP.IDGt Shakedown cruise for mixed crew the called "deck SAN FRANCISCO pwt here, I much you can take when you're there was the usual scramble lifting heavy things, There's no down the gangplank by leave- 1 way the women can lift as bound sailors. But beneath some i much." of the foul-weather gear arrf i Many women, such as Usa dungarees were 400 women who Tigar Oxford, N.Y., say made naval history hv as-um- duties corn? first and ing pcrts alongside' the vessel's friendship will be the extent of 480 male crew members. relationship with male They are part of. a naval pilot I counterparts. program to evaluate the use of j But Deana Tezler, 24, a hos- women in deck duty, pital corpswoman, sad: Including work as deck hands, "We date on ship have cooks, barbers, clerks and even bad several shipboard ro- officers rriances. A few girls even have women do their share." j gone through more than one said Walter Markwordt, who, works with four women in the galley. "They want equality, so fj] D COUPLE VVED we give it to 'ern. Vie ve got OES girl thai can lift W-pound potato ORGOSOLO, Sardinia (AP) sacks no sweat." An 81-year-old man and a 73- on the deck, where the i year-old woman were wed here routine includes swabbing despite vigorous opposition. decks, hauling lines remov- Many villagers claimed the ir.g cargo, eight women have marriage was inappropriate be- by choice taken their place cause of the couple's age, DOWNTOWK 606-608 3rd AVE. S., PHONE 327-5767 Presents More HOOVER ALL-STAR SPECIALS! powenr MODEL 1174 DIAL-A-MATIC f-t'ttr Drive for cfeo.nirig. "ActJcrvGnp'' re'eri? reird larr.p. beg rousing corrylr.g die! I'JcKon, for cfeor.Jr.g ottc-> Tf'plfr filtered cif. fitting rug oil cc ecrpeiir.'g. Fur coat backbone of winter wardrobe NEW YORK (CP) women have welcomed the re- turn of the fur jacket which disappeared completely dur- ing the reign of the miniskirt. A short fur jacket just didn't make fashion sense over a minimal shirt. Then the skirts dropped and the jacket looked right again, especially with floor-length dresses. Tnis winter there's even more emphasis on fur jackets end the beginning of might be a return trend for the stole. But the regulation fur coal Btill is the backbone of the Canadian wardrobe in the winter climate. In the last few years a new has emerged. V.'omen are concerned about those ani- mals facing extinction. Not many could afford a h-opard coat, of course, but they want to be sure the furs they choose not on any such list. Mink arid vjme either ani- mals are bred for the lur mark'it. twy are always right. the wild animals that r.ow use are facing exi.in'.'tion. Often they are perts sr.d their Ix; ddwn. If you thinking o! a fur coat kny.v thc- la'jtst styling, rirst. however, decide on the type of fur. That often decides Etyling. Tnere are trtree categories: Iwig hair as fox, rsccoon, lynx, wolf; short hsir to in- clude 'Aler, arid lislly. such Hal fu-rs as the lymb fo-nilv. Tnis -season many coats use two funs, as a flat larafj with a long-hair fur. Tiiis is especially effective in the fitted style, actually the IsVjxt trend, away from last more voluminous c-oat. In Copenhagen, there a capsule showing by the fa- mous linn of Eirger Christen- sen whoie clients include the royal families of Denmark, Norway and Greece, This fall the firm sea', out a collection to at V.'in- Calgary and Vancou- ver. SHOW WIUI'S'F.D STYLE For 1972-73. Birger Christea- sen likes finger-tip or stroller lengths, as well as B snort double-breasted pea-jacket. sbcrATi v.iepped styles, as a raccoon with leather edging and a nu- tria with a matching fox col- lar and suede tie-belt. Natu- rally, foz is popular. One Nor- wegian hlue fox had brown suede sides. A gray for was inmi-oed vd'.rj fox. For casual two ver- sions in icd knee and x leatvifjr tnap-front-band and leather paten pockets. In Mary Mclnnls, stylist for Korman Pjogyl Furs, co.nfirms t'lis interest in fur-on-fur arid rt-i'irn of jacket and stole. "But not necessarily, stole with the long Mrs. Mcfnnis says. She also remarked that v.omen delighted to get away from the voluminous IT'S BEEN A HARD DAY Santa's beginning !o look a lot like parents this jolly, festive dragged out and slipping. the Herald hat it on good authority lha! fhis U not the real Mr. Claus, but four-year-old Trevor or, obliging stand-in who is oiving the genllemoa a helping hand during busy, pre-Christmas rush. Evin, photo Ann Landers HOYT'S HOOVER BUY OF THE WEEK, ONLY Without Power Drive 95 187 134.95 HOOVER BLENDERS Model 8940 Blender dri-.Vt, blend, fsodi, ounce contsiner, fil lid. Lid cap doublei cl V i cr. Eioie fcr cloning. jXii-jieli ilsei cu'fer hlddei. Reg. 59.95 OC QO SPECIAL CO.OO Model 8967 B'ender b'j'ton 4495 Model 8977 Blender ar.d ccp. iO Jinv "Mar.uai" islfing, SPECIAL...........44.88 Jml "Charge It" Open a convenient Hoyt Chargo Account or uiQ your Chorgox Curd! I DEAR ANN" I jjst read the letter from 'Sinkir.' the 16-year-old girl whose mother was driv- ing her crazy. I'm 26 now. married and a mother myself. I remember when I was 10 arxi my mother was driving me crazy. I was corr.ir.ced that she wanted to ruin my life. She hated my friends, rny clothes, my hair everything about me. Or, so I thought. Now 1 realize she was going through the meno- pause and I was driving her crazy, too. I went away to college, I was able to tolerate Mom much better. Four years ago I married and moved to a nearby state. By that time I was actually fond oi her and looked forward to the occasional weekend when we could get together. Last my parents moved miles away. Now I mi.r. Mom terribly and think how wonderful it would be if I could see her ever.- fev; days. I grieve over the years we wasted argtang and fighting. hope all the otter girls who are "Sinking Fast'' will realize what a good friend a mother can he. I'm thankful I v.tee up before my Mom was gone forever. Louie Woman DEAR v.'OiUN: Vou are not the same person you were 10 years ago and neither is your mother. I'm sure you've both learned a lot. Don't any more time grieving over the "wasted" years. You had to live through those years in order to be T.hac you are now. DEAR A.V.V LANDERS: Nine ;.ears ago I married a C.I. who was stationed at a nearby It was a terrible mistake. I v.as ywong. V.'e were divorced two years later when our v.as nrily five weeks old. Six years have passed and I am now married to a wonderful man. He is the only father lisa has ever the advice in your column, toM Lisa that this daddy adopvsd her. She keeps asking if she caa see hic-r real daddy day. don't know what to her. He has never'serit the child so much as a greeting card since he left. We will be within 50 miles of his home this summer when we a camping trip. Shall we contact him arxi ar- range for to see her real daddy? Mother DEAR V.'ACO: The less said about him the better. His lack of interest sjeaks volumes. DEAR LANDERS: My heart aches for that woman v.hrt dreads moving back to Benton Harbor because she doesn't want U> have her father "hanging around for lunch day." My lather died three years ago and I till think about him i every day of life. I thank Go! for the years I had rny i dad to give my own children bits and pieces of philosophy. will be the richer for having him. Or.e 'of thole cay; that selfish little lady will sit alone and wonder why her own children eion't want (o be bothered with her. Kirls F.ee their parents ignore Grandma and Grandpa set an example. Our children have a strange way of not doing as v.e say but doing as v.e do. Tell herf please. Father's Daughter, Orlando i DKAIt DA'JCHTKIl: She's been I want to thank ycrj for a dirneniion to this column that could corne only from n reader such you. IN LETHBR1DGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 ;