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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 TKL fiCDGE HERALD Friday, December 30, 1974 shopping service back-fires REGINA (CP) A down- town department store that held a special Christmas shopping night for men is to receive a warning soon from the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission telling it not to do the same thing again. In newspaper adver- tisements dirscted at men, the Bay said: "This is your night to do your Christmas shopping at the Bay. From 6 to 10 p.m., look for our gift hostesses at our customer services, second floor. They'll '.ielp you do your Christmas shipping in getting yo- gifts gift wrapped free of charge." Men were also told free cigarettes and cigars would be provided whik, they waited to have parcels wrapped. A woman who ask- ed to have the free parcel wrapping service was told "it's for men only." Regular charges start at 50 cents, depending on parcel size. Carole Foge, director of the Human Rights Commission, said in an interview that the advertisement-! and services offered to men would appear to violate non Jiscrimination laws. Without a complaint, the commission would not formal- ly act, but '-certainly we would likely be writing a letter to the Bay and the new- spaper advising not to allow publication of a similar item." PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Untn LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM The Family I I n I EVERY MI. 8 i I WALTER KERBER photos A good time had by all Pre-schoolers' faces were wreathed in smiles this week at the YMCA's pre-schooi party which featured swimming, games, and best of all Santa Ciaus and lots of goodies to eat. In all, 135 moms and tots attended the party to wind-up the YM's pre-school program for the year. Shown above, left, Jaen Cho, 2, enjoys a hot dog almost as much as Clint Crombez, 5, Scott Henderson, 3, and Corinne Smith, 3, above right. At right, Santa gives a happy Dianne Spoon- er, aged two and one-half, a candy cane. Ann Landers MILDRED SKROVE Hair Fashions in Holiday Village Welcomes MRS. ROSE ANHORN To our starf. Rose comes to us from Medicine Hat where she was a shop owner for :ve years, so hap a wealth of knowledge in all phases of hair- dressing. also on staff is MISSIRSSSCHNELL Who has years experience and is very well qualified. welcomes all her former patrons and friends. Bible-quoter protests sex classes Dear Ann Landers: it possible to take a fatal over- dose of tranquilizers? I mean something mild, like Miltown? Yesterday I had a date to go shopping with a friend. When I went by to pick Margaret up she was sound asleep. Her sister let me in the house. It took me a good half hour to shake her awake. She couldn't remember how many Miltowns she had taken but she swore they were harmless. Although Margaret claims it's the only thing that relaxes her, she moves like a zombie most of the time and I'm worried sick about her. Please tel1 n? she is right that thtrsc pills ARE harmless. I'll sleep a lot better tonight. C Deemed In Raleigh Df9r Coacemed: No drug is "harmless" if taken in- discrininately. A person who remember" how many she took and has to be 'shaken awake" for half an is a candidate for a fatal overdose. Margaret see a doctor at once, lean; her limits, and stick to the i Lear Ann Landers: Usually your column is informative and often it is funny. Today it upset me. I rsfer to the woman who cormnajned about "the 200 pound nulk': who "plops down on a new sofa and flattens the pillows." Too bar 3h? t walk around in that body for a few day; you imagine what it's like to eat an apple for sup then have someone -ack about your size? I knew- :he heartbreak of be- ing heavy. I've been a large per from the day I was bor have no thyroid but I just can't get my sv.tfht down. I've tried eve y and diet under the sun In Sfj-i :e parts of the world I'd bv-: considered sexy but this that "skinny is has glorified the emaciated am' underfed woman. I'm living in the wrong country. Plac- ed Dear Miss: You are also liv- ing in the wrong century. Go through any art museum and look at the paintings by Rubens and the sculptures of the Greek goddesses. They are fleshy, hippy and plenty "zoftig." If you simply can't make a diet work you ought to get into therapy and find out why. You might also stop feeling sorry for yourself and blaming the world for your unhappiness. Dear Ann Landers: My hus- band is being transferred to Texas in a few months. We have two sons in their early teens. I am very concerned about something. I've heard that topless bathing is legal in Texas in all the public pools. If this is so it could have quite an impact on our young boys. I'm pretty square, Ann, I'm not ashamed to admit it. Is this the law down there not? If it is, should I go along with it? Old Fashioned Dear O. F.: So far as I know, topless bathing is not permitted in the public pools of Texas. If the law changes (and it might) we'll ALL have to go along with it. What's next? Your guess is as good as mine. There is a big Inference between cold and cool. Ann Landers shows you how to play it cool without freezing people out in her booklet, "Teen Age Sex Tea Ways to Cool It." Send 50 cents in coin and a long, self address- ed, stamped envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 1400, Elgin, Illinois 60120. YAMAHA ORGANS I f COLLEGJ Ml I Phone CALGARY (CP) Frank Cottingham, the Bible quoting president of the Socie- ty for the Prevention of Sex Education in Schools, told the Calgary Public School Board "Jiis week that sex education should not be permitted in schools. He said the "immature and school child will be ruined for life" if exposed "nakedness of man's Forv PHONE 328-1662 C iriatmas and New Years Appointments. H To uur many friends and Customers. merry Christmas May the happy spirit of Christmas continue i through GUV year-round relationship. Thanks! FRAME STYLES From AROUND-THE- WORLD basic nature" but as it turned out, the board had approved for family life and sex education in 1975 during the budget session earlier this week. Mr. Cottinham had asked to speak to the board before it voted on another sex educa- tion issue a motion by Trustee Alex Proudfoot to allocate of the specifically for sex education seminars for junior high schools. That motion was defeated as most fellow trustees did not want to tie up hands and would prefer the general allocation of for family life and sex education. "I think Mr. Cottingham misses the point said Board Chairman John Curran. "We have received a peti- tion containing names asking us to set a policy on sex education. We have held public meetings and received representations before the board. And we now have a policy, a mandate from the public." NO WOMEN APPOINTED JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) Bunty Mann, president of the National Council of Women, says it's "shocking and ridiculous" that there are no women on the South African government's commission of enquiry into abortion. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL Cor. 13 St. Ave. North r RIDAY, DEC. 20th 8 P.M. 4 Bth in 7 Numbers 12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Ptnont Under 16 Ytari Not Allowed by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB___________ Camm's LAST MINUTE I I s Fashions (SUFtf IDEAS Storewide SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESSAY ONLY! Available in Navy and ft Brown glove, also black 9 Buy etit, 4ress, size 5 to at regular price far more you can buy a second dress, or a pair of slacks for the same value ess less. patent. AA and B tings. Sizes 6 to 10. Men's and Ladies' Ernie Richardson 1RACK CHILDREN CURLING SHOES Low cut in white with black trim also in black boot style. The ideal qift for the curler. LADIES- SHOES BLOUSES ARC TOP HOUSE CG AVS Men's Packard and Foam Tread SLIPPERS Ladies' Foam Tread and Deer Foam fit- SCARVES SETS MATERN WEAR All SalM Final and Cain COSY'S FASHION 322 -13th ftt. North Phone 327-5687 "PLAYPENS" by Miss Susan T-Straps wedge, exactly as shown in j Navy, Black or Brown I Calf. For mom and dad genuine WALLABEES by Clark's Men's in dark brown, ladies in oak- wood, all sizes in stock. CHARGEX SLIPPERS Open Friday and Monday til 9 p.m. Saturday til 6 Camm's Shoes 403-5th Street S. COLOUR OR BLACK mm KEEPS YOUR CAMERA LOADED You pay only for the film developing and for the amount of prints you receive No Hidden Charts m No Coupons SIZES 110 1 CK WHITE 12> 126 135mm A College Mall A 202S Mjrjrath Drive W Monday, A Wednesday r p.m. DEPARTMENT STORES Th'irsday A ,JO ;.m. to p.m. S DIVISION OF FWWOOIWGHTH CO LTD SfltUTdSV .fit. tO 6lOO p.ffl. ;