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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta i 1H! ItlHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, March 31, 1970 Ann IrL Landers v.- DEAR ANN LANDERS: Frequently you aiivise the mis- treated wife especially wife of an alccl-.olic to the bum out." It's not that easy. 1 was married to a drunk who stole more-y from my sold our household sppliar.ces and got into fign'.s one fight cost SiCO for tiic other fellow's new teeth. He slapped me around, being careful not land any blows which micht leave evidence of assault ard battery. I called the poh'ce occasions, Tlie bum sat down quietly when the police To all the world he ap- peared to be a saint. Because I was wrought up they figured 1 was nuts. The jwlice olfcred to stay while I packed to leave, hut said ihey hadn't witnessed any violence and couldn't order a man out of his house. The moment the police left lie started to slap me around again. When I finally decided lo get a divorce I was the one who moved out. So please stop idling women to "throw the bum out. The bum doesn't have to go if Ire doesn't want to. -The One Who Went DKAIl ONE: Yen are right, but most drunks who beat up llscir wives aren't as careful as your husband. They bloody noses, break jaws and blacken eyes. Wlwn the police arrive it is obvious the women didn't walk into a cupboard. You solved the problem by moving out but most wives whose husbands become physically abusive can throw bum out. Mr. Blackwell's Stnuige Idea Designers Should Make Women Look Pretty By 1IK1.EX HKNNF.SSY XEA Women's Editor That outrageous California de5igricr is at it again. fashion industry should contribute at least SI million to women." said the controversial Mr. Blackwell. "to be- used to as the too-short linn-1 man who has stopped occurred to me there was its mores (his popular an- i.......t if itmpA shmi' vi-v I sorvy lor them.' nual Ten Woist Dressed List is iline is. Tlic midi is bouru! to make anyone over 30 look like :.n aging grandmother. "Why don't they lay for summer and jiisl make pretty dresses? Give the women and the stores a chance to catch their breath. Designers are ln'rc remove bosom's. It owes it to to make women look them. No woman who has one (Why all Ihj freak can wear the. stuff that's being -Mr- like to drop skirts to the knee. Aral he i Women have (ought Ik' ualy According to Blackwell. hc amj vttn-i h.Jy I fashion business is killing itself. unlj] If more designers would show Jk-ir clothes to a few husbands, Blackwell maintains, we would have a better fashion industry. 'And if a wife isn't interested in pleasing her husband." lie added, "1 hope doesn't mind spending her nights alone." The industry, he feels, should educate the young in the right way to dress. They should lie instructed in whal's going to be better for them later. "Bui there's no later for these kids, there's only he added. "Lucille Rail summed il up "Now they're going too far in the opposite direction. The new- long lengths are as bad in an- the DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 do secretarial work in a large hospual. I've become addicted to drugs which I obtain through the hospital pharmacist vilh whom I've town having an affair. 1 am beginning to have severe guilt The man is married ami has four small children. When f met his wife a few weeks ago 1 felt like kmiug rr.yslef. 1 want to end the affiar but he says if 1 stop seeing him he will no lorger supply me with drugs. I've been on the junk for eight months and can't live without il. If f had to buy it I'd be broke. My habit runs about a day. i need some advice fast. Hazel DEAR HAZEL: You need more than my advice. Lady. You need to see a doctor airf get off I'oe junk, ft is not essen- tial that you divulge the source of your supply. Get going be- fore you freak cut. Needs Burying WINNIPEG (CP> Alder- man Emilv Lvons of Brandon walking on their uppers. And lhal should convince designers that the consumer won't buy wbat she doesn't want. "We don't have capable cre- ators any said the de- signer. "We have capable chil- dren who don't understand a thing about mature life. We recently turned down a nomma-j must have more respect for wo- lion to the executive of the: men." P r o g r e s s i v e Conservative BlacUell pointed out that Women's Association cf Mani- American women can't afford toba because she wasn't offered the position she wanted. "The only accepting is that of 'undertaker' to give the when she said, "They no hope for anything because Iwpe. f letl sorry Blackuell lectures at high schools. The girls ask for him and listen to him. "1 don't get paid and 1 don't want to." he said. "But I get across the message that you must want something for tomor- row or ycu're dead today. I tell I hem they must want to be beautiful women and not crip- teenagers for the rest of their lives. 1 want to help them. 1 feel it is the responsibility of a designer. But I can't do it proof of Yet he frequent- ly opens his magnificent man- sion to charity. He can Iraee lu's background to a Brooklyn slum. Yet today he is a con- noisseur of art. He has played movie roles as a child and an adult, been a talent scout and is greatly in demand as a guest on television and radio shows. is designs are worn by society and enterlainers. And they ire executed the basic idea hat a woman is a woman for a good reason-far a man to ad- mivc. Of Ifudi BI.-.'Avcll is the maverick of the fashion world and a man of the- world's too busy telling! many contrasts. He can be lirn- thin there is no hope." !t never (tally devastating about society LETK6RIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL kV IlIWHfWIi II BINGO BLACKOUT 56 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4lh, 6th ond 12th) S25 in 7 Numbers Expert Rug Cleaning Spring's tVe time to have your rugs professionally cleaned by us. are pioneers In rhe field in Lethbridge and havo the experience and know-how to assure ycu cf an expert job. Dirt and grime dull] beautiful colors and cuts off fibres deep down. Let us renew your fugs now! FOR FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY CAll BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS-TAILORS 317 lOlh 51. S. (Masonic Bldg.) Phone 327-5771 DESIGNER JOHN BIACKWEIL "She's no belter off than lias money, fame, beouly and charm, and you have me." Grade 8 Class Earns Trip Witli Penny Investments SAliLT STE. MAH1E, Onl (CP) Investments in penny stocks and individual initiative have led a Grade 8 class here 5-DAY CLEARANCE of INVENTORY BOTH NEW and USED INSTRUMENTS VOX AMPLIFIERS at Greatly Reduced Prices CAMBRIDGE REVERB. Reg. NOW only KESINGTON BASS AMP. Reg. NOW only ESSEX BASS AMP. Reg. NOW only VISCOUNT (3 Reg. NOW only BUCKINGHAM. Reg. NOW only BERKLEY 111. Reg. NOW only ROYAL GUARDSMAN. Reg. 140 NOW only STUDENT AMPLIFIERS clearing from and UP GUITARS: Spanish models clearing (torn 1o Classical models from ond up Beginner Electrics. cit and Now clearing at VOX electrics including Bass Guilars and Gibson Classicals ot greolly reduced prices all new NEW MUST ALL GO AH kinds of beginners equipment ond real Full 5PI! oil 9 ply conslruction starling al SI 80. 00 New VOX Thunderbolt. Reg. NOW only ACCORDIONS: nln Ihc of finance al an early age. The cla5s at King Edward school look their profits from chocolate bar sales ard invested lo earn more money for a class trip fo Ottawa in May. Ninety-three dollars were put !n D'Etclona gold mine penny stock. The stock has fallen, bul Ihc class is not selling until ;.y. The remainder of the monej WBS distributed, per student for them lo invest and muKiply One girl Ixraght baking sup- plies and cockles she sold in packages of six fo 20 cents. With these profits six purchased more supplies anr made more cookies, ending with a profit of Another girl made h rsffling a cake she made, an one hoy netted fiom sclicol yard cantly store. One budding executive set u a company, sold shares, opcnet a broker's office ar.d held sc1 e r a 1 shareholders' meetings Houcvcr his company rtn inl difficulties Ihrcugh buying Ih wrong !ypc of leather inarm factiiring anl found Ihe worker wanted Ico high a wage. ever, a profit cf was rea ized in the end. The company folded, as did all the others, after one monlb. v.ilh totnl profits for Hie class of During the project, the class visited by a kcal bank manager, credit unicn loan manager, and a minister who spoke on the of greed. BINGO RAINBOW HAIL 1401 5th Avenue N. TUESDAY, MARCH 31s! at p.m. 1st Jackpot 56 Nas.; 2nd JacVpot 57 Nos. Free Cords-Cards and Gamei, 25c per Card. 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Years of Age Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association Of Jvin. Gernreieh's latest 'oily shaved heads for both :uen anil women so that they :ook alike Blackwell said, "M any designers arc angry with Ocrnreich's latest caper. We can't afford another joke." Black'.vcll thinks Chanel is [he contcmp o r a r y tradi- iionah'st; Cardin 500 yeais he- fore his time: Courreges, a master of architecture if he would only get out of his Shir- ley Temple cycle; Trigere. Die master of all time; Norell, a master craftsman who has not remained tine to himself or the piicc of his garment. And he believes there's hope for young p.m. in the high school California designer Trevilla if upport is requested for this he stops believing his own mo- vie As for his opinion of himself, )11 n w e 11 modestly admits, old its regular mccling in the i "Time should be liur.otreds OOF Hall al 8 p.m. Wednes- like me." ay. Sisters attending the union nectiug arc requested lo alter.d or practice. Usual lunch The Caalhurst Home am ehool is planning a pot luck .ipper, Wednesday from roject. Friendship Lodge No. 729 will The Whirl-A-Way beginner will square dance in the Mission lla'l. Wednesday al p.m. sharp. All square dancers nre welcome. Women are requested lo bring a unch. .lur.ior Girls hair will practise in Ills church hall Thursday at 10 a.m. to 12 coon. Christian Science testimony meeting will lie held Wednes- day at p.m. in Hie churcli auditorium, 1203 4lh Ave. S. All are wc-lcomp. Picking A Hair Style For an "objective opinion" en a nev; coif, trace the outline cf your face on a mirror. If you've gal a circle, offset the roundness with bangs, or straight hair on the sides. Lang. Ihin faces can be drawn out with short side curls or a full style. To soften square-cut faces, the hair should flow in easy waves and curls. Add height on the top of diamond ihapcs and put Ihe fullness on Ihc bottom of shapes. If ycu're one of the for lunate ones whcsc facial diagrams is an oval, wear all the styles you like. LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION BINGO Wednesday at 8 p.m. Arr Candilloned Memorial Hall 4lh Game 37th Gams 8th Game fn 7 Numbers if 4th Game not won 12 Games 51.00 Extra Cards 25c Lucky Draw >it Game Game 520 Blackout Door Prizt )3 Standard Games Doubled if Won In 7 Numbers in first 12 games TICKET GIVEN TO WINNERS OF AVI GAMES Regular NOW ONLY 12 basses. ReyuUrr to Cleuring at 24 bosses Clearing al 48 bosses Cleuring a) 120 basses Clearing from ond up Also see OJT line of THOMAS HOME ORGANS (it SPECIAL PRICES JAGUAR VOX ROCK ORGAN ........549S JUST TOO MANY BARGAINS TO US1 AU HESE OffERS OWYGOOD WHIIE SUPPLY LASTS. ClEARANCE-1 yetir old-like new LOWRY ORGAN Res: some little things can make a big difference Hooks l, Fund PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. 530 Street South, Lethbridge Phone 327-7524 (For ;AW 'f timed In Heart I-'uncI v.hoj I still have receipl books in their j I arc to turn tliem in at once In Mrs. VYil- fern Hay, blilr chairman, at I2M 5lh Ave. S. or phone 7-20SO. ft is important thnt all receipt .books accounted for a nil lltart Fund officials in Cal- Eirry are anxious lo the bocks on the local canvass. Anyone wilh bcfta in Ihe series IU1.021; I01.MI and are asked to tratd la soon as possible. Income tax isn't really complicated just (lint there arc so dnrn nutiy dilTerenl things lo keep in mind when working out your return, f-'or instance, missing documents arc :i major cause of delay in processing tax returns. I.itlle scraps of T4 slips from employers, receipts for medical expenses or charitable donations, explanation of unusual items are important in making your return complete so thai it can be processed quickly. Claims for dependants often cause problems. A ptrvon receiving Ihc Old Aec Pension and the Giutimlcrtl Jncomc Supplement will have a total income over tlic S950 limit, and cannot lie claimed as a de- pendant. Parents pulling, children through school and college have problems too. Tuition fees may only be deducted hy Ihc student, even though Ihcy may have been paid by someone else. If the student has no income, no claim can be made. Finally, the largest and most persistent error of all... mistakes in arithmetic. These must be checked and corrected, and that takes time, and holds up refunds. Sn dnuhlc-clicck your calculations before you send in your return. You could save yourself both time and money. DEPARTMENT Of NATIONAl REVENUE The Hun. Jcan-Pmil C6W, Minister use our guide. (or our guys) ;