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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE (.ETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 29, MR. VORSTEH Has Surgery Prime Minister Vorstcr of South Africa underwent sur- gery Tuesday, and the Cape Town hospital said he is in satisfactory condition. A hospi- tal bulletin said a narrow blad- der outlet was repaired and stones were removed from the prostate. Composer conductor Andre Preyin divorced his wife, Doro- thy Langdon, in a hearing at Los Angeles ffiat lasted less than 60 seconds. They were married in 1959 and had no chil- dren. Previn may marry actress Mia Farrow, mother of his infant twin sons, within six months under California law. A brother of actress Inger Slovens, who allegedly corn- nutted suicide in April, testi- fied in superior court at Los Angeles that she kept secret her 10-year marriage to a ne- gro to protect her career. Ike Jones has petitioned for permission to manage Miss Ste- ven's estate, valued at on the grounds that he was mar- ried to the late actress. Miss Stevens' brother, Carl Stensland, a restaurauteur from Hanveichport, Mass., testified that his sister married Jones but feared that her interracial marriage "would harm her car- eer in television and films." Stensland, testifying in behalf cf Jones, said they were mar- ried in Tijuana, Mexico, in 1961, according to a letter dated Sep- tember, 1961, that he received from his sister. Admiral Sir Peter Hill-Nor- ton will take over as chief of Britain's defence staff as of April, 1971. He will succeed Sir Charles Elworffiy, marshall of the RAF. Admiral Sir Michael Pollock will take over the new chief's >resent post of chief of naval staffs and first sea lord as of March 1971. Boyle's Column NEW YORK (AP) Re- marks a bachelor girl gets tired of hearing: "You'll love this guy, Beu lah. He's still got all his own teeth." "If you're simply waiting for the perfect man to come along, you'd better give up, He doesn't exist." "Sorry, Miss, no offence in- tended, but as a matter of pol- icy we never serve unescorted ladies at the bar." "How one? This is our rush hour. I'm afraid there will be a half-hour wail for singles." "You'll love this guy, Beu- lah. A real intellectual. He once taught swimming at Har- vard, and now he owns three pools of his own." "How about baby-sitting for us tonight, Beulaii? I know you rarely do anything on Fri- days except wash your hair, and you can do that over here." "Well, if you don't want to see mine, why don't we go to your apartment instead and look at your "No, we haven't met, but your friend Jim told me to phone you the next time I was in town. What do you mean you don't have a friend named Jim? Every girl has a friend named jim." "We can always fill up the table by asking Beulah at the last moment. She's usually glad to get a good square somebody else cooks it." A REAL CARD "You'll love this guy, Beu- lah. He can even do card tricks." "If you're still hungry, Mddo, order another ham- burger. When you go with Harry, you go first class." "Well. I guess you still ha- ven't given up hope, have you, Beulah? If you had you'd have probably bought yourself a cat or a parakeet." Equal Rights For Women Given Okay WASHINGTON (AP) A Se- nate judiciary subcommittee ap- proved two constitutional amendments to lower the United States voting age to 18 and ths other to guar- antee equal rights for women. Congressional approval of a constitutional amendment t o lower the voting age to 18 has been urged by President Nixon in case the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down legislation recently passed by Congress to reduce the voting age from 21. The equal rights tor women amendment, which has been be- fore Congress for 47 years, provides that "equality of rights under the law shall riot be de- nied or abridged by the United States or any state on account of sex." It has strong support from various women's organizations, but the AFL-CIO and oilier labor groups have opposed it. To become effective, constitu- tional amendments must bo ap- proved by two-thirds of those voting in the House of Repre- sentatives and Scna'c and rati- fied by three-fourths of the elites. "Maybe she's got a secret as trying to stop the human population explo- sion all by herself." "Charlie and I have had an- other terrible fight over how much I spent over our budget, Beulah. Mind if I trot over and sleep on your sofa to- night? He should calm down by tomorrow, particularly if he has to fix his own break- fast." "You'll love this guy, Beu- lah. I almost married him myself once." "You may be having a lot of fun playing the field now, Beulah, but who'll you have around the house to listen to you when you're old and "I'd propose to you myself, Beulah, but you know how narrow-minded my wife is." "She and the kids left yes- terday to spend too weeks with her folks, so I just thought I'd call you up and see "You'll love this guy, Beu- lah. He just got his final di- vorce papers." "You'll love this guy, Beulah. He belongs to the same lodge as my husband." "You'll love this guy, Beu- lah. He's the man who has ev- erything everything but you." Income Payments Show Dip OTTAWA (CP) Incomes rom salaries, wages, and sup- ilementary labor payments to- ailed in May, bowing'a less-than-seasonal in- crease from April, the Domln- on Bureau of Statistics report- ed today. Taking seasonal factors into account, salaries and wages Daid in manufacturing, con- traction and trade industries rare lower. In the service in- dustries they remained rela- tively unchanged. Supplementary labor income, vhich includes employers' con- ributions to pension funds and he like, rose. Total labor income in May ompared with aid in April and aid in May last year. ?our Calgarians 7ace Charges EDMONTON (CP) Four algarians facing several larges resulting from an ar- ament July 20 are to appear ir preliminary hearings Aug. Peter Alexandra Currie, 19, Allan Gamble 20, and oiores J. Piisi, 22, all of Cal- ary, pleaded not guilty to kid- ipping and possessing and ointing firearms. They were charged after ght people were held at gun oint in a downtown apartment lilding over what police call- d a dispute involving orth of drugs. Lynnsey Patrick Sharp, 18, so of Calgary faces the same larges but reserved his pleas. EATON'S BARGAIN SPOTS OFF LAWN MOWERS Quantities In Some Models... End-Of Season Clearance! No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Twin Blade Single Chute Mower Regular 83.95 Save 21.00. An exciting saving on a twin blade single chute electric mower. 114 h.p. and 9 amp motor. 18" cutting width. and 9 amp SAIE, each 18-Inch Twin Blade Electric Mower Regular 89.95 Save 32.50. look nl !he saving liero :r. this IS-iwin blade electric mower. 4E 1M h.p. motor. Wheel adjusters. M SALE, each W I 22-Inch Rotary Power Mower Regular 89.95 Save 22.50. B and S 4 cycle engine. Rewind starter. 20-Inch Rotary Power Mower Regular 84.95 Save 21.25. Value that seldom comes your way in a 20-inch Rotary Power Mower. 70 3 h.p. B and 5 4 cycle engine. Rewind 1 slarter. SALE, 18-Inch Rotary Power Mower Regular 63.95 Save 16.00. 3 h.p. Tecumseh 2 cycle engine Rope starter. One only. Viking imperial 20" Mower Regular 94.95 Save 23.75. 3.5 h.p. B and S 4 cycle engine. 20-inch model. Rewind starter. f 74.95 Self-Propelled Reel Mowers 2.5 h.p. B and S engine. Recoil starter. 18 inch cutting width. Viking Standard. >fi 4 O 45 Regular 149.95 Snve 37.50. I I fa Viking Imperial. A AQ QlJZ Regular 189.95 Save 47.00. SALE I "Tt.WV Lawn Mowers, Lower Floor One only. SAIE 22-inch model. Regular 99.95 Save 25.00. SALE BICYCLE CLEARANCE Hi-Rise Coaster Brake Bicycle Regular 49.98 Save 9.99. New, straight frame design. Rust and corrosion -proof enamel finish. Chrome plated fenders and mudguard. Glitter banana saddle and headrest. Safety rear reflector. Red line tires (knobby rear Frame size 14" leg reach 22" to Sold Oft QQ partly assembled. SALE, Hi-Rise Fast Back 1101 Bicycle Regular 79.95 Save 13.29. New Hi-Rise design. Long, low straight lines. Small front wheel, red line iires. 3-speed sport mounted T-bar. Twin caliper brakes. Chromium plated fenders and kickstand. Padded sport saddle. New rear end spring suspension. 15" frame. Galaxie gold colour. fifi Sold partly assembled. SALE.............................. QO Tfce Judge Hi-Rise 3-Speed Bicycle Regular 69.95 Save 15.00. Sturdy tubular steel frame. Chrome plated sissy bar. Comfortable saddle and matching head rest. Whitewall tires, knobby rear tire, 3-speed gears with selector on cross bar- Kickstand. M Ofi Colour; red. Sold partly assembled. 54' Bicycles, Lower Floor SAVE 55.00 ON VIKING SEWING MACHINES Regular 154.95. An excellent machine for the modern sewer. Note following features; Easy-to-dial zig-zag control for overcasting, monograming and appliqueing vith push button reverse stitch sew on buttons dial stitch length control wun pusn ounon reverse si makes button holes built-in motor automatic lint-cleaner easy cleaning snap out race preci- sion mechanism. Portable model in 2-tone carry case, foot control, accessories and instructions. Sale, each 99 .95 Viking and Domestic Demonstrator Models 1 ONLY! Domestic 12 cam, Zig-Zag Portable. Ct, A 95 Regular 199.9S Save 105.00. SALE, less-Them-Half-Price___ 1 ONLYI Viking 20 Cam, Zig-Zag Portable. ft ft 95 Regular 199.95 Save 100.00. SALE, Half-Price 1 ONLY! Viking 20 Cam, Zig-Zag Portable. 4 ft A 95 Regular 184.95 Save 75.00. IW'W 1 ONLY! Viking Portable. Built-in motor, button holes. Regular 259.95 Save 130.00. SALE, Half-Price.......... Sewing Machines, Lower Floor Buy Line 328-8811 for Advertised Goods. Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday From 9 'Til 9. ;