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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, March 2, Forthcoming marriages Spring wedding Mr. and Mrs. -Bernard Stauth are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Valerie Ann, to Constable Garry Jerome Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hart, all of Vauxhall. The wed- ding will take place on April 27 at 4 p.m. in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church. Wedding announced Mr. and Mrs. Harold Margaret Ellen, to Walfrido Leppard of Lethbridge are Nonni. son of Mr. and Mrs. pleased to announce the Nonni of Foligno, Italy, marriage of their daughter Temple vows Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Porter of Pincher .Creek are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Maurene Gale, to Thomas Fletcher Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald F. Wilson of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on April 20 in the Alberta Temple. JOSEPH HAIR STYLES is now featuring the 'AUTOMATIC PERM' Regular 23.95 SPECIAL For limited time only 17 50 Joseph Hair Styles has announced the arrival of a precision perming system, a new method that fea- tures pre-programmed permanent wave results. Called UniPerm. it replaces guesswork perming with an automatic curling process. During pre-introductory testing, hairdressers noted that they could "concen- trate more on creative cutting-and styling, now that the technical aspects are completely At the same time, the system provides an auto- matic conditioning treatment. In addition to in- corporating formulas that are far milder than the currently-used cold waves, it actually puts extra conditioners into the hair. JOSEPH HAIR STYLES 922-5th Ave. North Phone 328-7366 Engaged Mrs. Pauline Grigel of Bellevue is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter Mary Ann, to Raymond Guy Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harris 'of Lethbridge. The marriage will take place on August 3 in St. Cyril's Catholic Church. Your Guide For Gift Giving GIFT REGISTRY When a bride wishes our Gift Registry, it's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household trousseau. She graciously provides a guide for years to come. Family and friends ay consult these records as they shop for wedding gifts... and later at anniversary and holiday times. Our Bride List Marilyn Christensen Kathi Fiedler Linda Godlonton Brenda Hansen Julie Ivanics Trudy Krefl Valerie Percevault Gayle Scroggie Merlini Stewart Irene Szumlas Valerie Stauth Shauna Tolman Emma Toone Rose Mary Wyrostok DOWNTOWN Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Daub are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Denise. to John Mass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mass. All are of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on June 29 at 3 p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon N. Scroggie of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter Patricia Gayle. to Alvin Roy Kolibar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michal Kolibar of Coalhurst. The wedding will take place on March 30 at 4 p.m. in the First United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Fiedler of Coaldale are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their .daughter Kathi. to Jim McLean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLean Sr. The wedding will take place on April 20 at 6 p.m. in the Lethbridge Alliance Church. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George H. Campbell of Shoal Lake, Mont., are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Audrey. Joan, to Leonard Thomas DeMaere, son of Mrs. Ethel DeMaere of Lethbridge, and the late Mr. Leonard DeMaere. The wedding will take place on April 10. For mother On that all-important day, the mother-of-the-bride shares the spotlight with her daughter and new son-in- law. To look elegant and very feminine, an appropriate choice would be this romantic chiffon and cotton lace combination. Swirls of material add to the dream- like day and make it a time to remember. The gown can double for other formal affairs as well. Swedish ad men evoke criticism of countrywomen STOCKHOLM (Reuter) Buxom, 18-year-old Catarina Johansson did not realize the storm she would cause when she stepped forward in a bi- kini to demonstrate a new kind of shower. Swedish women reporters condemned the press showing to an all-male audience as an affront to womanhood. As a result, a wave of women's lib protests about advertising has hit the head- lines. The startled publicity direc- tor enraged the women fur- ther by saying: "Exploiting her? She was well paid. And besides we don't use any- only hand pick pretty girls." To say that only pretty girls are worth advertising was adding insult to injury to emancipationists here. Sweden's leading news- paper, Dagens Nyheter. blasted advertisers in a full- page attack accusing them of using women as "sex ob- jects." NOW OPEN 416-13th Street North, Lethbridge Phones 327-7449, Res. 328-3523 We are now Booking Weddings for the Spring and Summer Season ut you our bMtttHXI ALSO AtmhWTMriM, PHOTO FRAMES AIT Sten FAST rHOTOFIMISHINO 7 hn. on ortor 24 hn. en S W PASSPORT PHOTOS PHOTO RESTORATION A firm of packaging experts who demonstrated their skill at getting much into little by squeezing a shapely blonde into a carton and photograph- ing the result came in for a special blast. Women writers said-if the only way Swedish manufacturers can sell their goods is by coupling their products with "half-naked women suggesting sexual con- tact" they deserve to go out of business. Advertising agents are somewhat bewildered at the outburst-about "sex in adver- tising" in newspapers which contain some of the most ex- plicit promotions for por- nographic nightclubs in the world. Women's campaigners recently urged a boycott by their sex of the French car manufacturer Peugot for us- ing sales pictures which they considered derogatory of women. Defenders of women's rights have also been exam- ining Swedish schoolbooks to see whether sex dis- crimination starts that early. WOULD CHANGE ROLES A special committee has been set up by the school board to break down what are fell to be misleading ideas of the woman's role in life. Chil- dren are encouraged to dis- cuss the concept which makes father the breadwinner and mother the one who stays home. School administrators could give more of a practical lead themselves, said women teachers, by giving more fe- males lap jobs. While women constitute 70 per cent of country's teachers, some 94 per cent of head teachers" posts arc occupied by men. i While Swedish women are considered emancipated by most foreign observers, the official view is that there is sJiii a way to go. A committee for equality between Ihe sexes was estab- lished by the government last year and is due ia report shortly on hew to increase job opportunities and representa- tion in parliament for women, as as hww to give moth- ers opportunities 1o meet people outside Ihe home. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I did a terrible thing. I succumbed to temptation and read my daughter's diary this morning and now I am heartbroken. Before I read that terrible thing, 1 had a wonderful relationship with my child. I trusted her and believed everything she said. We had long talks. I was sure she was the kind of 16-year-old girl every mother hopes ,her daughter will be. Now I know she's been lying to me and it's more than I can bear. Please, Ann, tell children not to write anything in their diaries that they don't want their parents to see. I .can't describe the emptiness and anguish I feel because of what I now know. I hope my child reads this letter and will be among the first to destroy her diary. I hate the sight of it. Know Too Much Dear Mother: You are right. You did a terrible thing by invading your child's privacy. But don't believe everything you read. Some girls have vivid imaginations and transcribe their fantasies in their diaries. The diary becomes a third party and they weave .some incredible yarns. While the blame for your heartbreak lies mainly in your snooping, I agree with you that nothing should be put in writing that could not bear examination by any member of the family. I hope every girl who has a diary will ask herself, "How would my mother feel if she read it Dear Ann Landers: Last week I had a "dirty birthday' (when a woman goes from a number with a nine at the end into another My husband bought me an expensive gift that was positively hideous. My initial reaction was to feign pleasure, but the next day I decided I would be crazy not to exchange the gift for something I liked. When I asked Leroy if he'd mind, he said, "If you feel strongly about it, go ahead." I was furious when I learned his secretary (who doesn't like me) had picked out the gift. I'm sure she-chose something ugly on purpose. Furthermore, I was crestfallen to think Leroy would consider my birthday a "business duty." Should I tell him how I fee! or keep quiet? Hurt Dear Hurt: I agree, a gift selected by a third party becomes less meaningful. But your feelings about secretary probably intensified your anger and magnified your hurt. Tell Him. If your marriage is any good it should be able to tolerate such openness. In fact, this might be a splendid opportunity to open the windows and let a little fresh air in. Dear Ann. Landers: You goofed on your advice to the woman who didn't want a fourth child. Her husband refused to have a vasectomy and she couldn't go on the Pill for medical reasons. You told her to have her tubes tied rter she delivered the third child. In some states the husband must give his consent. After my fifth baby I wanted my tubes tied but my husband wouldn't sign. So my doctor inserted an intra- uterine device and told me to keep my mouth shut. It was the best thing that ever happened to me. No Longer Barefoot And Pregnant Dear N. L.: True, a tubal ligation needs a husband's signature in some, states. Since the IUD doesn't work for everyone, the wife might check with a lawyer and learn which states don't require two signatures and take a trip. Dear Ann Landers: J. and 1 are both in our mid-20s and very much in love. Recently a friend of ours needed a blood transfusion. J. and I both went to the hospital to donate blood. We learned that my blood type is 0 negative and J.'s if B positive. J.'s grandmother is a registered nurse, now retired. She says if we have children they won't survive. We love children, but we wouldn't adopt. There have been unfortunate incidents in both our families with adopted children. Say what you will about environment, genes play a very big part in behavioral patterns of children. Please check with your medical consultants and let me know if w h a t J s grandmother says is correct. Crossed Fingers In Tucson Dear C. F.: The combination of blood types you describe could produce children with serious blood problems. In the olden days they were called "blue babies" and they died: Today, however, when the 'doctor knows in advance that the abput-to-be-born baby has this blood problem, he can be Transfused at birth and Iiyt> a normal, healthy life. What's prudish? What's O.K.? If you aren't sure, you need some help. It's available in the booklet: "Necking and Petting What Are the Mail your request to Ann Landers. P.O. Box 3346. Chicago. Illinois 60654. enclosing 50c in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. CANADIANS LACK IRON Results of a Nutrition Canada survey indicate that iron deficiency affects a large proportion of Canadians. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements in The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edtion each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given con- sideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY S 5.00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding 1! you wish information published which would be additional to that orovided on The Herald's standard repON form, Miis wiH be accepted, and the entire report ihen be charged al 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor ;