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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE June GOING AW AY? Eaton's makes it easier with thsse vacation buys! Use your Eaton account! Sturdy moulded luggage for the smart traveller 26 24 to 57 74 Handsome Eaton Birkdaie 'Apollo' luggage is built to take the rough and tumble of travel Aero-aluminum frames, tough ABS moulded panels, steel-core handles, recessed locks Women's sizes in red, blue or white. Cosmetic Case 33.74; Vanity 35.24; Weekend 37.49; Wardrobe 52.49; Pullman 54.49. Men's sizes in tobacco only. Companion Case 41.24; 2-Suiter 54.74; 3-Suiter 57.74. Attache cases in black or tobacco (class 447) 3" 26.24; 4" 29.99; 5" 33.74. Low-priced Francesco soft-sided luggage 49 99 two-piece set Be practical! On your next trip take along durable, light-weight Francesco soft-sided luggage. Styled in smart 'continental look', in tan with dark brown trim. Soft Skai Vinyl sides resist scuffs and punctures to give you years of service. Designed to suit both men and women Two-piece set with 23" overmghter and 27" master suitcase. Matching tote bag, each 15.99 Rugged nylon flight bags 21" Dobbie weave nylon with rubberized backing lo help keep out dusl and damp Men's bag with two outside rfppered pockets, women's with one large outside pocket Suit or dress fixture, hangers Blue only Handy carry-all made for men 19" Handsome carry-all big enough Jo lake a suit Tougn cloth-backed sponge Vinyl wiJti steel-reinforced oipmg, nickel-plated hardware, two zip pockets, overslrap with tuck tie strap. With lock and key Tan only Luggage Lower floor EATON'S Shop Eaton's tonight (Thursday) until 9 and Friday to 9. Buy Line 328-8811. Use your Eaton account. Credit terms available. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: My wife" and I were married five years ago. We practiced birth control tor the first three years because we weren't ready for a family. Two years ago we started to try Last week we learned the great news. Barbara is pregnant. This morning we got into a terrible hassle. It was about her smoking. I know I read somewhere that smoking is bad for pregnant women Do you have recent information on this subject? Please, Ann, give me the facts so Barbara will come to her senses. Looking Ahead Dear Looking- Actually, it's not the pregnant woman who is harmed by smoking it's the unborn child Dr. Nevil Butler. Professor of Child Health at the University of Bristol in England, did a 14- year study. It was the most massive experiment of its kind, involving births Even the women who smoked only two or three cigarettes a day gave birth to a higher percentage of defective babies The most startling figures were a 30 per cent increase in newborn deaths and the doubled risk of congenital heart disease. If those facts aren't enough to make a pregnant woman throw away those filthy weeds she's got rocks in her head. Dear Ann Landers: I agree with almost every word you write. Now, will you give me a hand, please? It's important. Every hour, cats and dogs are born in the U.S. Many humane societies kill about animals a month. There is little time or money left for improving the situation. Thousands of animals are abandoned to suffer horribly before being scooped up by the highway department The owners responsible for these atrocities give as their mam reason for producing unwanted litters, "I wanted to show my kids the facts of life." Couldn't they just buy a book9 They might also show the facts of death at any animal shelter. Why are no campaigns being waged against the ever increasing pet explosion? How about promoting the slogan, "For Pet's Sake, Don't Litter Concerned Dear Concerned: I'm for it Here's your letter and. I hope readers who love animals will take it from there. Dear Ann Landers: I resent it -when I make a phone call and am asked, "May I tell her who is calling'" I can understand such procedure in a business office, but in a home? Whose business is it except the party to whom I wish to speak9 I get the impression that the person who asks is screening the calls When I'm asked to identify myself I am forced to be rude When someone says, "Would you like to leave your name and I can either do so or say, "No, thank you But I appreciate the choice. Monterey, Cal. Dear M.: Apparently you think everyone who has a phone also has the God-given right to intrude on the privacy of others whenever he pleases Sorry, I don't agree. The polite way is to identify yourself without being asked. You then give the other party an alternative They can either accept the call, return it later, or not return it at all if they don't care to. Confidential to Where Will It Our forefathers did without sugar until the 13th century, without coal fires until the 14th century, without tea or soap until the 17th century, gas or matches or electricity until the 19th century, canned or frozen foods until the 20th century. I think we'll make it. Even if drinking is the "in" thing in your crowd, it needn't crowd you out. Learn the facts from Ann Landers' booklet, "Booze and You For Teen-Agers Only." Send 35c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654. 'I think I'm ready to face the crisis now how much is this costing West coast workers identify with Marxists By DEBRA CRAINE VANCOUVER (CP) For the Boylans, the July 8 federal election is a family affair Tom and Anne Boylan, their son Charlie and his wife Sharon Stevenson are all can- didates for the Marxist- Leninist Party of Canada. Tom Boylan, a 67-year-old electrician currently out of work because of a construc- tion strike in British Colum- bia, is running in the traditionally New Democratic Party constituency of Van- couver Kingsway. The riding has been represented for nine years by Grace Maclnnis, who is not seeking re-election. His wife Anne, a 56-year-old office worker, is contesting Vancouver South, represented in the last Parliament by Con- servative John Fraser, who is seeking re-election. Charlie Boylan, 31, a tow- boat deckhand and former college teacher, is going after the heavy working class vote in Vancouver East. Voters there.have never elected any party other than the NDP or its predecessor, Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. Sharon Stevenson, a 27-year1 old writer, is running in Toronto Scarborough East, where she formerly made her home The Marxist-Leninists have 105 candidates across the country, mostly in the heavily- populated areas in Ontario and Quebec. In B.C., they have 11 candidates, all runn- ing in the Victoria and Greater Vancouver areas. It's the first time any of the Boylans have run for political office, although the family has been active in the Communist Party since 1947, both in Can- ada and in the United States. The Boylans left the party in 1968 in opposition to its sup- port of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. They have been involved with the Marxist-Leninists since last fall. Their campaign in the Van- couver area has been under- standably subdued, financed solely by friends and party supporters. One of their biggest expenditures has been the deposit required to be a candidate The Boylans distribute pam- phlets explaining their pro- grams and campaign door-to- door, talking only to the work- ing people Charlie Boylan says they are responding "Their reaction has been amazingly he said in an interview. "The workers are absolutely convinced the election is a fraud He said most of the workers he has spoken to "express a particular cynicism" that "all politicians are the same, all governments are the same, they're always' against the working man.'" The Lethbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS He Is the new Prime Minister of Israel. What Is his name? HOW 00 YOU RATE? 71 to M palm Good. 91 to 100 poMi TOP SCOftB 61 to 70 paMIt to SO fMMi Cscrflwit CO or Unto? FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What aspects of the election campaign have pleased you the most? Dicpleased you the most? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 who resigned 18 months ago as Man- power and Immigration Minister, was brought back into the federal cabinet as Minister of State. a-Jean-Luc Pepin b-Bryce Mackasey c-Martin O'Connell 2 Soviet authorities gave permission to emigrate to Valery and Galina Panov, who are inter- nationally-known a-novelists b-physiciste c-ballet dancers 3 French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing fired Minister of Reform Jean-Jacques Servan-' Schreiber because of the minister's opposition to the government's (CHOOSE ONE: nuclear bomb .testing plans, trade deals with Arab 4 The Stratford Festival opened its 1974 season with Moliere's (CHOOSE ONE: "The Imaginary 5 A severe economic crisis led to the collapse of the government of Premier Mariano Rumor. a-Brazilian b-Spanish c-Italian PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....reprisal 2.....coalition 3.....impasse 4.....condone 5.....summit a-combination of per- sons or groups b-deadluck c-act of revenge d-meeting of top offi- cials of nations e-excuse or overlook PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Ferguson Jenkins 2.....Andrei Grechko 3.....Antonio de Spinola 4.....Andrei Gromyko 6.....Hugo Banzer STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams 617-74__________________________ REVERSE PAGE a-Sovlet Foreign Minister b-pltcher, Texas Rangers c-Presldent, Bolivia d-Sovlet Defence Minister e-President, Portugal ;