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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 7, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - IS 'Complete reorganization': Mclnnis Status report ^revolutionary' says MP jiV.Y. legislature asked to lower abortion time limit DEAR ANN LANDERS: I wish I could get my hands on that girl who said blondes do not have more fun and the public has been brainwashed into believing a lot of nonsense. She is wrong. Blondes DO have more fun and I proved it. In the last four years I have been Ash blonde, Platinum, Golden-Glow, Dutch-tulip yellow, Honey-Beige and Pineapple Pink. I've also been brunette, a redhead and just about every shade in between that you can think of. I have worn my hair long and loose to my shoulders and the Grecian boy cut (which is the next thing to bald). I've bad it layered, curled, straightened, ringleted, stripped, and feathered. I have also worn wigs of every conceivable color and style as part of my experiment. I kept a diary-type record of what happened to me. My hair was the determining factor because1 it is unquestionably my most outstanding feature. As a golden blonde I had more whistles, phone calls and invitations than at any other time. As a redhead I got nothing but propositions. As a brunette I attracted some attention, but not much. As a brownette I was as good as dead. I am living proof that the ads are right. Any comment? I see you are a brunette.-Joy Girl DEAR GIRL: Since I've never been anything but a brunette I have no idea what my life would have been like had I been a blonde. I bow to your research and experience.   � DEAR ANN LANDERS: My younger sister (age 22) is expecting her first child. She is in her third month and very happy about it. When I asked who her doctor is she told me she feels fine and sees no point in going to a doctor until she gets ready to deliver. I know every pregnant woman should go to the doctor for periodic checkups, but I don't know why. When she said, "Why should I spend the money?" I didn't have the answer. Please tell me so I can tell her.-Uninformed Sis DEAR UN: Pregnancy produces chemical changes in ALL women-even healthy ones. The major changes occur in hormonal composition, blood chemistry, blood pressure, and the kidneys. Every pregnant woman should be checked regularly. Today there are excellent medications which can help  pregnant woman stay well and produce a healthy child. The pregnant woman who does not get periodic medical checkups runs a serious risk-not only for Herself, but for her unborn baby.  *  DEAR ANN* LANDERS: I was interested in the letter from the young fellow who liked a certain girl very much but he was scared to death that she might wind up looking exactly like her mother and he couldn't stand the old lady. He then referred to the Hungarian adage, "If you want to see what your sweetheart will look like in 30 years, take a good look at her mother." That letter shook me up because I am going with a fellow who bears a remarkable resemblance to his father and I can't stand the old man. You advised the guy to buzz off. You said even though this girl might not end up looking like her mother, he'd be expecting her to at any moment. Does the same go for me?-Shook Cookie DEAR COOK: Yes. Identification can be a spooky thing, and your imagination may lead you to conclusions which have little or no basis in fact. I'm giving you the same advice I gave to the guy who wrote. If you can't stand your boyfriend's father and you see a remarkable resemblance-forget him, doll.    Too many couples go from matrimony to acrimony, don't let your marriage flop before it gets started. Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Marriage-What To Expect." Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Limited, 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 136, enclosing 50c in coin and a long, stamped, self-eddressed envelope. VANCOUVER (CP) - Grace Mclnnis says the Royat Commission report on the status of women is a potentially revolutionary document. "If major parts of this report are adopted this country will undergo a complete reorganization of male - female relationships and of society in general," the New Democratic MP for Vancouver - Kingsway told a meeting of about 60 men and women. "But unless some very vigorous action is taken soon, the revolutionary potential of this report runs the risk of being pigeon - holed in Ottawa, just as so many others have been. "The only difference is that this one will be put into the filing cabinet even faster." She said the reason legislators arc not "itching to get at is partly because the minister in charge of the report is Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau. "Our prime minister is among those who think women are better off in a confined space," said Mrs. Mclnnis. "He is of the opinion that if the report is ignored the agitation will quiet down - and if you give women an inch, they will take a mile. "When a $3 million commission is brought to the house, the minister in charge usually makes some comments in order to open discussion on the subject. Mr. Trudeau did not even bother." ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Gov. Nelson Rockefeller asked the state legislature to lower the permissible period for abortions to 20 weeks, four weeks less than the limit now in the six-month-old law. The change, if approved by the legislature, still would leave New York state with one of the broadest abortion laws in the United States, although now the most liberal. California and Delaware now have 20-week limitations. Rockefeller m a de the proposal in his annual message to the legislature. The law currently allows abortions to be performed by physicians, with the consent of the mother, within 24 weeks from conception. Therefore, abortions are permitted only when necessary to save the life of the mother. Rockefeller also proposed legislation that would mandate a universal health insurance plan on a contributory basis to cover basic health needs of workers. He termed the universal health insurance proposal "a principle objective for this coming year." Under his plan, the basic benefit policy would be extended to those who have no health insurance, and to those whose health insurance is inadequate or more than they can afford. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Equality quest reveals hostile tendencies SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) - Their quest for equal rights has led some women to become vulgar and criminal, says a University of Utah criminologist. It's no coincidence that at the same time women have invaded bar rooms, four women have made the FBI's traditionally male 10 most wanted list, says John Albert Pennock. Pennock recently ended a five-year term on the policymaking board of the United States National Council of Crime and Delinquency at San Diego, Calif. PANTS - A fashionable route to elegant evenings, assume new proportions when accompanied by a hooded tunic, to add a look of beguiling mystery. Designed in Montreal, the tunic and pants are in lustrous fabric of Antron nylon. For evening glimmer, sequin buttons are looped in front and trim the long-raglan-sleeved cuffs. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES $500 JACKPOT IETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. "Fine service!.. .You take an hour to answer a burglary call, so I'm out $6.45!" BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL . . . Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 n ana out own *$n and of t Mrs. S. G. Rannard has returned from Vancouver, B.C., where she visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rannard, and grandsons Freddy and Robert, over lite Christmas and New Year's holidays. LAST 2 DAYS The homemaker BY ELIZABETH I think a bit of humor is a good refresher. Here is some tucked in w i t h other thoughts on bits and pieces, which 1 trust you will find useful in one way or another.  Wouldn't it be wonderful to be young enough to know everything!  As manager of the family funds you make the majority of BINGO Scandinavian Hall � 13th St. "C" N. Fri., Jan. 8th Start* at 8:00 p.m. Doors Optn 7:00 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, Sth and 12th Gvne% in 7 Numbers WORTH $18 Jackpot SI35 in 54 Nos. Sorry No One Under 14 Years of Age Allowed Sponsored by the Vasa Lodge BARTMAN, DISTRICT HOME choices in clothing, food, and household furnishings. In this sizeable market of consumer goods your success in satisfaction is determined by your knowledge of the goods found there. Some of us know this through experience. Are our young people really being exposed to the education that enables them to be competent here in our consumer oriented society?  If some food is too salty the addition of vinegar or lemon juice will reduce the salty taste.  Advice is easily given. The problem comes in finding anyone interested in using it.  Many wives dig their marital graves with a series of little digs.  If a custard sauce begins to curdle or separate, pour mixture into a cold bowl to cool it quickly, then beat with a rotary beater.  As a government researcher puts it: "Aging is a matter of mind. If you don't ECONOMIST mind, it doesn't matter."  Salting meat before broiling draws out the juices and toughens the meat. Add salt before serving or before turning.  Heat a lemon before squeezing and you will get twice the amount of juice.  A grouch is someone who has sized himself up and then is sore about it.  The city youngster was roaming around in the country when he found a pile of empty condensed milk tins. "Hey, guys," he called excitedly, "Come here quickly, I've found a cow's nest."  Adding chorline bleach when using enzyme detergents inactivates these enzymes. So why pay extra for these bleachers" in the detergents if you add bleach to the wash water!  Remember when "on I time" meant punctuality and | not deferred credit?  If you always tell the | truth, you don't have to remember what you said.  To prevent a bathroom mirror from steaming over, rub it with soap, then polish.  The hen is the only crea-1 ture that can produoe dividends | by sitting around.  Soda is an excellent cleaning agent. A solution of it will remove badly burnt stains on glass. But it's not the thing to come in contact with gilt-trimmed china. I'll take the trim off along with grease and other food stains.  Do be careful with the fit of your child's shoes. To determine when he needs a larger pair, look for scuff marks on his worn shoes at the place of the large toe. This indicates where the toe lies in relation to the shoe. Feel inside the toe of the shoe; a worn lining indicates the shoes are too short,  Don't ever regret growing old-too many people are denied the privilege. Ate Tr��t- i YOU H�t T, ^ yALUt fc, - ADHERE LONGER Pink the edges of iron-on patches and tapes to make them adhere longer. FUR TRIMMED COATS Wool, boucles, tweeds, English failles, and imported fabrics. All luxuriously trimmed with fox, mink, muskrat furs. Latest styling* in all sizes. Value* to $149.98 SI FROM UNTRIMMED COATS Wool, tweeds, boucles and novelty weaves in the latest styles and all sizes. Values to $79.98 FROM OPEN THURS. and FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. SHAG COATS Shag look of Orion with quilted lining in beige, grey and off-white. Sizes 10 to 18. Values to $45 SALE bettyshop IN CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ;