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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Housewives9 salary doubted OTTAWA (CP) The Itt- creased, taxable family allow- ances could be the first step to- ward the provision of salaries for housewives, welfare Minis- ter Marc LaLonde suggested recently. Under the new plan provid- ing for average monthly family allowance payments of per child, the major breadwinner of the housa usually the hus- band is likely to claim chil- dren as exemptions and thus, under the rules, must pay the taxes. The family allowance cheques will continue to be mailed to the wife, resulting in a transfer of money to the wife from the husband. But Mr. LaLonde added that his suggestion that the changes are the first step toward a housewives' salary was face- tious. Family Living The Canadian Family Store 318 6th St. S. 51 Stores Serving B.C. and Alberta Use Your Chorgex LADIES' WEAR colours. BRIEFS Nylon acetate. Assorted .....5 KNEE HI'S Dress sheer weight. Beige, Spice, Taupe. Q Reg. 59e. (limit 6 pair to a customer) PANTYHOSE One size stretch. Beige, Spice or Taupe. 4 Reg. 59e. for (limit 6 pair to a customer) PANTYHOSE-QUEENSIZE TopMaker hose with rein- forced toe and gussett. XL and XXL 4 Reg. 99e for (limit 6 pair to a customer) SHORT SETS Less than 14 price! Multi stripe nylon top with con- trasting shorts. A KIDDIES' AND GIRLS' WEAR MEN'S WEAR Reg. 3.98 for SHORTS and T-SHIRTS Mix-n-match nylon separ- ates. Assfd. styles and col- Reg. 1.98 4 and 2.98 for BRAS trimmed. Lylcra back. White only. 32A O to 36C. Reg. 1.98 for Lightweight fibre fill BODY SUITS Plain and printed nylon, short or sleeveless. Plaquet and zip fronts. Broken size and colour range. Reg. 1.98 to 4.98___ JR. BOYS' UNDERWEAR 100% white cotton vests and briefs. Washable. 3- 6x. Reg. 59e Q to 89e....... for GIRLS' SHORTS Selection of cottons, nylons and stretch denims. Wash- able. 7-14. Reg. to 1.98 MANUFACTURER'S CLEARANCE BRIEF AND SLIP SETS Girls' 100% nylon 'all-in- one" brief and Vi slip. trimmed. Pastel shades. Reg. 1.98........... BOYS' BATHING SUITS 100% nylon. Solids and patterns. 4-6x. Reg. 1.98 to 2.49 INFANTS' SPORTSWEAR Hooded jackets, T-shirts, rompers, shorts, Jumpsuits and sunsuits. 0 to 24 mo. Reg. 1.49 to 2.98...... CLEARANCE! GIRLS' TOPS Summer halter and sleeve- less tops. Cottons, nylons, stretch denims. 2-14. Reg. 1.98 t% to 3.99....... C for SLEEPWEAR Kiddies' and girls' cotton pyjamas and Ma- chine washable. 2 to 14. Reg. 1.98 9 to 2.59 for DRESSES AND DIAPER SETS UNDERWEAR White cotton briefs and vests with reinforc- 4 for seams. DRESS SOCKS Texturized nylon stretch, and nylon blend with cushioned sole. 10-12. Reg. 79c. C pr. COTTON T-SHIRTS Round neck, short sleeves and chest pocket. Assorted colours. Reg. 1.99............. BOXER SHORTS Perma Press, ton blend. Assorted col- CASUAL PANTS Good colour and style selection. 26 to 32 only. Fantastic value! TERRY T-SHIRTS Bright and colourful pat- terns. Looped terry knit. Zip, button, crew ond V- neck SPECIAL CLEARANCE SWIMWEAR Save 20% to Good colour and size selection. BLOUSES AND PANT TOPS Nylon and polyester blend blouses. Prints and plains. Short and long sleeves or sleeveless. 32 to 38. Reg. 2.98 and 3.98 JACKETS Nylon squall, battle, and 34 length cotton jackets. BIKINI SWIMSUITS Colourful printed nylon. Fully lined. Wired bra. SHORT SETS 2 pc. nylon sets. Stripe top with match- ing shorts. Reg. 3.98 to 4.98 JUMP SUITS Jacquard nylon knits, stretch and denim knits. Zip front. Reg. 9.98 CAR COATS Vinyl suedine. Double breasted, large flap poc- kets with slitch tnm. 10 to 16. HARE PANTS Cords, brushed denim and nylon Wends. Assorted colours. 10-18. Reg. 5.98 to 6 98 PANT SUITS Polyester knits. Solids and stnpw. Sizes 10-18. 38 to 42. Reg. 10.98 and 12.98 Pastel shades. Reg. 2.98 INFANT SLEEPERS Stretch fabrics in plains and Dome fasten- ers. 0-3 yean. Reg. 2.98 BAGGY PANTS Boys' and girls' Many styles and fabrics. 2-6x. Reg. 2.99 to 3.98 AND GIRLS' BODY SHIRTS Long sleeve style. Stretch denim or nylon fabric. Snap .crotch. Washable. 4- 14. Reg. to 5.98..... JUMPSUIT Kiddies' ond girls' stretch terry. Washable. 4-14. Reg. 4.98............. GIRLS' BATHING SUITS One and two piece styles. Terry and nylon. 2-6x. Reg. 2.98 to 4.98...... INFANTS SHORT SETS Canadian mode 2 piece terry set. 0 to 24 months. Reg. to 3.98...... GHttS' JACKETS 100% nylon jacket coat. Contrast stitch, belted or maps, unlined. Assorted 7-14. GIRLS' HARES AND BAGGIIS Clearance of pontsl Many styles ond fabrics. 7-14. Reg. 4.98 to 7.98...... PYJAMAS Polyester cotton blend. Solid shades and striped patterns. 36 to 44. Reg. 6JJO to 8.50...... SPORT SHIRTS Short sleeve polyester alends. Jacquord and solid shades. Perm- press. 4 (eg. to 6.98 tor BOYS' WEAR W T-SHIRTS 100% cotton. Crew neck ttyle. White and colours. 5.M.L. to 89c.___ I- for TANK TOPS 100% cotton in assorted colours. Washable. 8-16. CASUAL PANTS Corduroys, brushed denims ond cottons. Excellent pot- tern and colour selection. 8 to 16. Reg. to 5.99 STAPLES BLANKETS Hypo allergenk, o 1 i n bound surprise blanket. 5.49........... PILLOW Cntken ond duck feathers with colourful pnnted cov- en. Sale: Thurs., Fri., Sat., July 19, 20, 21 While Quantities Last Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I em only 21 yean old and have been married five years. My. husband, 'who is 27, is carrying m with our babysitter. She is 16. I be- came suspicious when ft took Jiim an hour and a half to drive her home. She lives six blocks from here. I found motel room- receipts in his pockets (how dumb can you and a bin-lor per- fume came to the house. He said he bought it for his moth- er. His mother doesn't even know what 'perfume is. We had a long talk a month ago and he swore he had stopped seeing the 'girl and I thought it was settled. I should have known better. He is such a liar I can't get a straight sentence out of him. Divorce DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our daughter is going with a young man who appears to be too good to be true. He is handsome, immaculately groomed, .has perlect man- ners, a charming sense of hu- mor, is thoughtful and kind and has a promising future with a fine firm. Marie told me several months ago that he wants to marry her but she can't make up her mind. (They are both I told her she'd have to be crazy to pass up such a gem. Last night Marie came home with a swollen up. She tried to conceal it but she couldn't make It to her room in time. Then she told me that the "gem" bad hit her and it wasn't the first time. This is why she is reluctant to marry him. My question: How serious is this fault? Can he change? Cleveland Q DEAR Q: It's plenty se- rious. If he changes it will probably be for the worse. A man who gives a girl a swot is out of the question. Our religion allows one marriage, lousy or not. The girl is considered a minor in this state. Can I do anything through the courts to break them up? His Wife' DEAR ONLY: You could have your husband put in jail, but what good would that do? My advice is to get some counselling and decide if you want to share bed and board with the bum. The church doesn't insist thai you live with a man who acts rotten. Interesting that this girl is exactly the age you were when you married him. If you'd like to write another letter for 16-year-olds who think they are mature enough to get married, be my guest. len lip during courtship will 'probably fracture her skull after marriage. WeeWhimsv K the enginal for his Wet Whinny Send ynura to this wptr July It, IfTS TH5 lllHMIDOl MRAID 17 THE BETTER HALF By Banm "Of course we eon afford keep crossing off your list until you have enough to cover it." Women teachers9 suggest less talk, more action TORONTO (CP) The Fed- eration of Women Teachers As- sociations has asked provincial secretary Robert Welch to move more quickly to imple- ment plans to get equal em- ployment o p p o r t u n i ties for women. Mr. Welch recently tabled government plans for equal job opportunities and asked groups to comment. In a brief released this week, the federation, which repre- sents elementary school teachers, said it is concerned that some of the language of the minister's report was ten- tative. The federation said that, al- though "there is the greatest temptation to say 'here we go "It is replying once more and "hoping for tie best this time." The federation said unless the government penalizes or- ganizations that discriminate against women its plans would remain "pious exhortations." It asked that dates for ma- ternity leave not be specified before and after birth some women might find a shorter pre-natal leave and a longer post-natal leave better. Making better jobs available for women is not enough, the brief said. Many women win have to be actively encouraged to qualify and apply for better positions because they do not have enough confidence to go after jobs normally held by and out Mrs. Mabel Suggett and daughter Annabel have return- ed to their Ottawa home follow- ing a visit to Lethbridge at which time they attended the golden wedding anniversary celebrations in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ellis. Also present at the recent reception was former Leth- Idge resident Mrs. Maty Boyle of Calgary. SEf THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK demer that witt revolutionize cleaning FAIRRELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 lid) AVt S. PHONE 3274070 his style A diet of dust, beef and beans sure gave 9 man a leathery thirst. And the best way to quench it way-back-then was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. It still is. For nearly half a century we've brewed ft slow and easy for honest, old-tima flavour. It was his style then, it's your style now. Round up a couple tonightl TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM TIC MOUSE OF 1ETHBRIDGE ;