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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 FURNITURE CLEARANCE 3 Days Friday and July and 27 LIMITED QUANTITIES DOR1LL CONSOLE STEREO -with bar -3 only -Reg. BRADFORD CONSOLE STEREO radio -1 only -Reg. S300 HITACHI COMPONENT STEREO radio state 169.96 '117 PANASONIC COMPONENT STEREO radio tuning 199.96 2 HOSTESS CHAIR design 44.88 ZELLERCREST RECLINER position 166 1 SUPERCHAIR -3 position -Gold M27 3 POSITION RECLINER -Gold S166 2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE only S300 2-PIECE DAVENPORT SUITE nylon only 2-PIECE TRADITIONAL CHESTERFIELD SUITE only 300 4-PIECE COLONIAL BEDROOM SUITE -Pine finish -Triple dresser -Door chest mirror -Spindle headboard -1 '500 5-PIECE COLONIAL DINING ROOM SUITE -1 only -Reg. S200 2-DOOR SPANISH COMMODE only 109.88 1 END TABLE 49.96 35 2 END TABLES -Walnut mar resistant goldtex finish -Reg. 59.96 S40 1 FLHTWOOD QOBAL STEREO radio track state battery M37 BRADFORD RADIO ______ 99.96 66 PANASONIC COMPONENT STEREO radio only -Reg. 177.44 BRADFORD COMPONENT STEREO radio player S200 1 BLUE DENIM CHAIR -Makes into bed -Reg. S100 ZELLERCREST NAILHEAD RECLINER position -Gold 3 MULTI-A-LOUNGER velvet gold green S166 COLONIAL ROCKER RECLINER position only M77 2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE 5250 cover only 2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE only -Reg. 2-PIECE SPANISH CHESTERFIELD SUITE only S400 2 NIGHT TABLES finish 74.96 S50 7-PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE only -Reg. 300 1 END TABLE 44.99 S30 1 COFFEE TABLE -Walnut mar resistant goldtex finish -Reg. 84.88 COLOR TV -5 only -Reg. 599.96 550 Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Ctntre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Dally a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Telephone 328-8171. 'Cub reporter9 at work Five-year-old does magic show critique CP staffer Doug Small took his year old caughter Stephanie to a magic show at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa Mon- day. Here's how she describ- ed it. By STEPHANIE SMALL OTTAWA He's not as good as a but Magic Tom is good at tricks. And he has lots of them. His best ones are ones that you can explain like ones with ropes where he lets you see what he does. that's what I think. I am a SVz-year-old-girl with orange and I went to see Magic Tom with my daddy. He did tricks with poured milk into a paper bag that disappeared and put a bow tie on a little picture of a boy. While he all the kids who were supposed to be sitting on the floor jumped screamed out loud and told him that he was cheating. But he wasn't. Because magicians are magic Magic Tom's first He had three hankerchiefs that he put in a box. When he pulled them out they were three different colors. I don't know how he did it. Then he put a glass of milk on a tray that had a red cloth around the bottom of it. He put a red tube over the glass. When he took the tube the glass of milk was gone. But he turned the tray and I saw that the glass had gone through a hole into a holder under the tray. That wasn't a tricky one at all. But then he did the trick and when he turned the tray around the glass wasn't in the holder. I don't know how he did that. I guess it was real magic. Magic Tom also did a lot of tricks with ropes. But I don't want to tell anybody about them. If I everyone will want to come and see and there won't be enough room. I didn't see Magic Tom put anything up his I didn't see him hiding anything and the kids he asked to help him all looked like they were fooled. I'm sure the kids that said he was cheating were wrong. Some people say there isn't magic. Some people say there is. I think there is. Lots. Magic a 47-year-old magician from has been performing since he was 12. In addition to a daily tele- vision he performs for children at a Montreal restau- visits and is chairman of this year's Christmas Seal campaign in his area After the Magic Tom talked briefly with Stephanie and said that he encouraged his young audiences to try to catch him out. don't mind it they call me names and say it's stupid. That's when I know I've got Stephanie concentrates on the job of explaining Magic Tom's act. Unmarried couples using own surnames By ROBERT LINDSEY New York Times Service NEW YORK Hotels and motels in the United States are beginning to encounter a new unmarried couples who insist on register- ing as unmarried couples. Apparently as a result of a shift in social attitudes as well as a side effect of the feminist some women on overnight trysts with men who aren't their husbands are refusing to in the time-honored as a wife. They are sharing a room but insisting on registering un- der their own names. And more and more hotels and motels until not Ann Landers Dear Ann I am not a teen-ager. I'm a mature man who has been wanting to get married for the last two years Please remember this when you respond to my letter. I met Miss G. at a summer resort seven months ago. We had a marvelous time together and shared a lot in common when it came to economic status and even political interests. We live 50 miles apart and see each other nearly every weekend. J. has a nice figure and always wears pantsuits or long dresses. I must say she has seme great outfits' and people frequently comment on her excellent taste in clothes. for the first G. wore a knee-length dress and I saw her legs. It was a shock. They are terrible. I don't mean just but gross. I had a dif- ficult time concealing my sur- prise. I felt almost betrayed as if she had been hiding them from me. I admit my feelings toward her have soured a bit and now I need to know if you think I could be happily married to this woman. We have talked about marriage from time to time and I'm sure she'd like very much to be my wife. What do you Don't Know Now Dear For heaven's do the girl a favor and stop seeing her at once. She'd be a fool to waste another minute on a sap like you. From now you ought to insist that any girl you ask out wear a dress maybe on the second date. You could then gather all the statistics'' at once and not waste your time or hers. Dear Ann I was struck by that letter from the teen-ager whose mother found her diary which caused so much grief in the family. You put anything in writing that might cause pain or disappointment if it should be read 'accidentally.' That was astute and I hope somebody listens. Right now I'm suffering the tortures of the damned because after 15 years of what I thought was a good I ran into my wife's old diary. It was under a box of family pictures in the storage room. After reading just a few pagss I became sick tc my stomach. I learned she was having a sizzling affair all the time we were engaged. She slept with a guy was an usher at our weddingf three days before she married me. Our son was born exact- ly nine months after our marriage and now I'm not sure I fathered that child. I feel betrayed and cheated. It's becoming increasingly difficult to control my anger and hostility. I've talked with my priest and he advised me to forgive and that it doesn't matter and to be thankful for the good years we've had together. My wife doesn't know I read her diary and I need your ad- vice. Should I tell I can't go on living this way. Derailed In Bloomfield Hills Dear By all means dis- cuss this situation with your wife at once. Bottled emotions are like a time bomb. The ul- timate explosion can be ex- tremely damaging. Go back to your priest for additional counselling and reassurance. He has given you good advice. In the are you many years would insist on some overt indication of legitimacy wedding some sometimes even a marriage are now accepiing the couples who will not register as Mr and Mrs. happens several times a said Eric assistant manager of the 250- room Mariott Inn in Cahi just not worth hassling over if they are respectable looking. We're not here to worry abour moral Roy who manages the U.S Grant Hotel in San recalled how years ago his job at a Chicago hotel included checking couple's marriage and still get Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Bill he more and more women are claiming their own names at the registration desk. Why do couples register in this A Chicago woman in her mid-30's who has recently begun insisting on using her own name on overnight trips with men said it reduced the shame she used to feel on such occasions. makes you feel she said. To test how permissive hotels and motels had become in this reporters recently attempted to reserve a room together for a man and woman with different sur- names at several hotels and motels in' eight cities New San San Diego. New and Lin- Neb. About one-third of the hotels and motels refused to accept the reservations. In most clerks at es- tablishments that turned down the couples advised them instead to sign in as Mr. and Mrs. In New of eight hotels five took reser- vations for a man and a woman witn a different sur- name and affixed to her first name. During the IftSO's and through the most of the many major hotels and motels actively sought to keep out un- married couples. There was usually an inquisitive search lor a wedding sometimes a request for a marriage license and occasionally even an interview with the hotel detective. But these for the most all that unmarried couples can expect in most places especially if they are willing to keep up appearances as husband-and- wiie is a warm according to the recent inter- views Hotels and motels in the south and parts of the middle west appear to be the most conservative as far as ad- mitting unmarried couples. But even there hotel-motel men acknowledged as long as appearances are kept they no longer tried to police the morals of their guests. To a large the hotel men conceded the growing number of couples who prefer to register under separate names were merely acknowledging reality and challenging hypocritical at- titudes Summer Fabric CLEARANCE We must make room for our new Fall and Winter soon. ALL FABRICS EXTRA SPECIAL FOR HOME SLEEVE PRESS BOARDS Reg special Specializing in DRAPERIES Dealers for BBRNINA SEWING MACHINES BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE Centre Village Mall Phone 328-4536 Open Thursday and Friday til 9 ;