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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Ann Landers "In the last 10 minutes you've yawned 4 times, sighed 3 times, and wiggled your toes. Are you sure a mere mortal can maintain that driving Feminine press blasted by top European editor JERUSALEM (AP) One of Europe's top editors blasted the feminine pi ess to- day, saying it was about to "miss a rendezvous with the century Huguette Defcsse. editor of Belgium's Femmes d'Aujourd- 'hui, said that while the gen- eral media wore striving to Keep up with changing trends, women's press "continues to tick over on its old circui s She told a panel discussion at PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Uptloin) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. the 22nd general assemb'y of the International Press Irs'itute thet women's journals always chose to inerview "symbols" like Israeli Premier Golda Meir and Indira Gandhi of India be- cause "they present no i insbrad of picking on con- trcversial women i "Bosses and publishers do not knew women They have old-hat ideas and cliches Why could women not be re- garded as "interes'ed in every- thing in the world Why could women's press not "refect all asDee'ts of life" instead of re- maining "victims of their old reflexes'" Sb3 quoted market surveys showing that women's magazine readers had increased only .1 to 4 per cent since 1SS8. while women readers of Le Monde, Le Nouvel Observateur and L'Expresse had gone up by 11, 112 and 27 per cent respectively. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAU-Cor. 13th Si. and 6th Ave. N. FP.5DAY, JUNE 15th O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-! 2th Game 5 CARDS FOR SI.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Yeari Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST BASH'S MEN'S CLUB DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your advice to the 16-year- o'd girl whD ran across her father's divorce papers, and was crushed because her folks had never mentioned it, created havoc in our mar- riage You said, "Children have the right to know about previous marriages of their parents" My husband is a basket casa over your state- ment I have telling him the same thing for years, but he refused to accept it We recently celebrated our COth wedding anniversary end our life together has reen wonderful Our children were never told about his first wife Many times I sug- gested that he inform the children, but ha was afraid it would damage him in their ejes Recently our son went through a divorce and is suf- fer'ng a great dsal because of it I felt it would help him to know that his father went through a similar ordeal at the same age, that he re- covered comple ely. and la'er made a good marriage My husband said. "No. it wouldn't help him and it would hurt me" Now your column comes along and he is beside himself. He needs to know WHY children should he tolc1 Will you tell Name Withheld DEAR N W Children should be told of the previous marriages of their parents for the same reason they should be told that they are adopted It protects them against the traumatic expe- rience of hearing it from an outsider. The feeling of betrayal can create lifelong psychological problems and it's not worth the chance In your husband's case, he is lucky no one has beat him to it. Now would be the ideal time to come forward with the truth DEAR ANN LANDERS You've printed several com- plaints from non smokers who are resentful of smoksrs who light up wi h no con- cern whatever for others I find it odd that no one has written to you about smoking in elevators, which in my opinion is the height of selfishness. Every time I get in'o an elevator (about ten times a day. since I work for a firm that has offices all over the building) I en- counter smoking cig- arettes, or worse yet, cigars. This is not fair to those of us who have asthma and allergies (it s no'i easy to hold your breath for ten It's a'so very hard on cloth- ing I've discovered holes in several skirts and dresses caused bv e'evator smoksrs Can you think of a solution? -J. C Of Cal DEAR J.. Yes There can fnd should be bold signs to ev_ry elevator which read 'POSITIVELY NO SMOKING Rx FOR YOUTH She looks thirty years young- er than her age and her motto U, "work is God's medicine" In summer she wcrks a large garden plot. In winter she makes a fantastic number of quilts and home-made soap far tbe Unitarian Service Commit- tee to send overseas She is ons of hundreds of busy USC volun- teers across Canada who spend their advancing years growing young in the service of others. USC Headquarters is at 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP 5B1 SHIRLEY SANFORD president Officers installed Tha Bridge City Toastmis- tress Club recently held its election of officers for the com- ing term at a banquet which took place at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant I Alderman V e r a Ferguson guest speaker JIrs Shirley Sanford was i named president with Mrs. Jackie Court as vice president. Other officers include Joan i Chubb, secretary; Mrs. Edith 'Haszard. treasurer. Ann Hat- ford, club representative, Mrs Mari'yn Anderson, par- liamentarian: Mrs Bndgette Pastoor, publicity, Margaret Spicer. membership; Margaret McMillan education and Mrs. Gladys McLeod, historian rriaoy, junt 13, me iciriBniwc nnviiv Pension petition planned by national women's council TORONTO should have to wait until they are 65 before they receive their pen- sions and should have to spend at least six years in Parliament to earn them, a women's group said here Delegates to the 80.h annual meeting of the National Council of Women of Canada voted to petition all MPs to alter their present pension scheme. Parlia- mentary pensions now begin as soon as a leaves office The resolution was cf sev- eral passed by delegates who, through Council's afuliatecl na- tional and local organizations, represent women Their five-day meeting ends Friday. Council also will ask federal and provincial governments to equalize women's participation in' pension and insurance plans. As a start, they will ask that all references to sex and marital status be taken out of ef- fecting government employees, a study made of publicly-subsi- dized fringe benefit plans, and the results made public. The delegates voted to ask the federal government to take definite steps to improve the economic opportunities for wo- men They want goals and guidelines set to create more opportunity for women IB public service and the private sector. J, n and out Mr and Mrs. R C. Farns thank all their many friends for helping to make the occa- sion of their anniversary such a happy and memorable event. ASK YOUR AVON ABOUT THE 37 LADY Vz PRICE SPECIALS FEATURED THIS MONTH OFFER EXPIRES JUNE 22 or Phone 328-7424 MODEL 1174 POWER DRIVEN MODEL 1158 BE SURE TO ASK ABOUT OUR UNIVERSAL VACUUM CLEANER MOTOR SPECIAL AT Fairfield Appliance Services Ltd. PHuNE 327-66S4 THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT for Quality, Service and Price Satisfaction Shop these Specials Tonight and Saturday June 16th CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE FREE DELIVERY I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING, SATURDAY, JUNE 16th CORN, COB CALIF. CANADA NO. 1 PEACHES CALIF. CANADA NO. 1 Ib. CANTALOUPE CALIF. CANADA NO. 1 for BANANAS GOLDEN YELLOW CAMPBELLS' SOUP CREAM OF MUSHROOM 10-fl.oz. tins MAXWELL HOUSE REG. GRIND 1 Ib. pkg. REGAL, APPLE and STRAWBERRY 48 fl. 01. tin SUGAR ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED TURKEYS HAMS SPARERIBS CANADA GRADE B or UTILITY 8-12 Ibs. Ib. SMOKED PART SKINNED WHOLE SHANK Ib. SIDE TABLERITE LITE PORK Ib. FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY POOR BOY BUNS 6 lor ;