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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TH5 IFTHBRIDGE HEPAIO Tuesday, December 26, 1971 rr -fa wiily Marriage contract lor equal partners SEATTLE TVo weeks ?.-o. Harvey ar.d Harriott Ccoy a partnership r: crewmen7. tr.i- :3. a con-, tract to bocorr.e partners in IT; arri.3 se. It Mils ior sepaiaio bank ac-; cour.Ls, inderx-r.der.i; manage-: rver.t sr.d cor.'rol ui s'l ilnar.- cia! 3 of spare in a li-rge oirf Bir'Ji control is lis'od as a mutual obligation and an un- wanted pregnancy 35 ahle. To resolve serious conflicts, a rd- par t y rn nviia tor is "eci- And the entire ifl article docu- ment Is siib ject amerdrrujnt mandatory t i o n year. Sadi5, In. a and Cody, a CT-year-o'd law student af. tr.e en Pugr-t Sound, S31'" it Joci-i six months c: living ar.rxher six months of r.e-rof.ialiens to vnrk the- "It's r.of. a of any- tring. We recosnize that." said Harriet. ''The pledges made in contract call for support ar.d mutual consent to hare isshs. ceper.dent f ri ends hips, pursue rrur separate careers and live apart if necessary--. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBR1DGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (UpiKjin) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. "But we wanted to go through a process '.vbereby our export at ions were articulated. We didn't want marriage to be a bia crisis txp-erience. '-I used to throw up my hands ar.d say permanent reta- i tienships never work she said. that's just a cop i They admit it wt> a difficult in his family marry outside the faiib, ar.d his fam- ily to attend the wed- Cody is Protestant, and her parents on the east coast were hsppy to see their daughter the Living arrange- Their contract allows Harvey to practice his religion and Har- riet: to remain non-Jewish He says lie wants children. She says six? dccsn't want to become a mother yet. The cop- tract declares the partners will net be "unfulfilled LI they choose not to have children." i Luverre Refne. a family law i specialist at the University of Washington law school and head cf the State Judicial Coun- says most provisions of the document will stand up in court. i Ironically, he said. one vision which appeared invalid would permit dissolution of trie marriage under certain condi- lions and determine bow prop- eriy be assigned. "Only the judge may decide the interpretation of the legal 1 grounds for divorce." Re ike said. "Collusion or manufactur- ed grounds can result in a frau- dulent divorce which may be sot aside. And it is no: possible for the parties to bir.d the court in the disposition of the prop- i ertv in a divorce action." HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Weed Cforhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAU 32S-286O FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1 tf AVE. S. Social science research important to gov't minister Hv OTTAWA fCPt Jeanne c. the federal science coiisiriers social sci- x it rch one of the impor- [luties oE tier ministry and rcM> rch policies in any have to include social People are the ones affected Consolidated Bathurst Ltd. i She was conconiM about Her IJ-yesr-old son Jean-! women's problem.? and part of Francois, is in school in Mon- j her reason for socking a parlia- Ireal. Mrs. Sauve quite enthused at mother who is a minister. She will live in Ottawa with a widowed sister during the week commute on weekends to Montreal, where she also wiil look after constituency responsi- said he's mc-ntsry seat was "the prob- having a loins that touch women. How- ever, she said she did not bc- licvo she would have to be a spokesman for women in the cabinet. "I am confident that the other two women uiU see to this problem as weli." Speaking generally "I can- not speak shout sjjecific issues .nd d in an interview. -1 f r tihead in our tech- d e nave to address c to the ways that we j :pt our technology to; she said. 'T never opened rny mouth if she was corjccmtrl about her appointment to tr.e _ s'-ier.ce position her back- continent a! boundaries, climate, j ground was not" in science, Mrs. j hilingualism. natural resources said she c would rot ram- f 1 I'm still! .e did say bilities. Her role in Ottawa now will be much different from when she was as a cabinet min-1 in the ministry yet" she be- ister's wife, she said. I Canada must identify Tnat was a social role." i areas of need and specify pol- icies ways to meet these. Some of the arfcss of research wo have to treat with :at include undersea c soc .faurice Sauve, Is a vico-presiderjt of AFTERNOON BINGO EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK SPONSORED B'f THE O? 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