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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGt HERALu Friday, November 1, 19.4 --The Herald-------------------------- Family Artificial insemination will be divorce grounds By HERNANDO OROZCO BOGOTA (Reuter) Arti- ficial insemination will be grounds for divorce under a lovernment-sponsored bill presented to the Colombian first such bill in Colombian history Husbands will be granted civil divorce if their wives un- dergo artificial insemination unless the woman can prove that she did it with her husband s authorization or with his semen the draft states This is one of nine possible grounds for dissolution of civil marriage in what is expected to become the first civil divorce law in this ovei whelmmglv roman Catholic South American republic At present civil divorce does not exist in Colombia, although civil marriage is es- tablished by law But to get married outside the church Colombians have, until now been obliged to renounce publicly their Catholic faith The bill presented to Parlia- ment by Justice Minister Al- berto Santofimio will permit civil mam age and divorce, with no strings attached Government leaders said they were particularly concerned that the old system was causing inequality before the law since wealthy Colom- bians were dodging it by travelling to neighboring countries to get civil marriages and divorces If the new law gets through The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE Parliament as expected, it will be a big step forward in a country which has been tied to traditional Catholic beliefs hotly defended by a conser- vative church heirarchy Church mainages will not be affected by the new law and will remain indissoluble Other grounds for divorce proposed in the bill include ex tramantal sex by either partner unless approved forgiven or abbeted by the other Traditional grounds for di vorce like non-consummation of the marriage, cruelty threats or behavior making domestic peace impossible are also included in the bill Homosexuality or Lesbinism will also be recognized by the courts as grounds for divorce And in what is seen he e as a remarkably liberal provision the draft proposes that two years of legal separa tion will also justify dissolu tion of civil marriage Other proposed grounds in elude attempts to "corrupt the marriage partner children of the marriage or any person in the couple s care The draft also proposes procedures for reconciliation attempts supervised by the courts measures to protect the children of divorced couples, division of their goods and payment of alimony Until now Colombia s church inspired marriage laws have been regulated un- der a concordat with the Vatican which defines church-state relations The concordat however is in the process of revision A second draft law presented to Parliament will give wives and husbands equal rights over their children aged under 21 years Only fathers have such rights at present U of L drama dept. staging numerous off-campus plays The University of Lethbridge drama department is on the move Offering an increased and varied array of productions this year, the U of L department of dramatic arts is staging a number of plays off-campus, to make the presentations more accessable to the Lethbridge community With the appointment of two new drama professors this Terry Theodore and Prof Richard U of L department of dramatic arts is becoming an increasingly visible presence A total of 16 plays, staged in 10 sessions, will have been produced by the early part of December Four of the 10 drama productions are being staged in the Lethbridge Public Library and Dr Theodore has plans for more off campur presentations next semester "We deliberately keep our prices says Dr Theodore of the admission charged for U of L produc- tions Low is perhaps a bit of an understatement patrons are expected to "donate only a quarter to attend an evening of drama And if they're short 25 cents, no one is turned away The only lid on atten- f _ _ dance is the limited size of the JOf U of L drama theatre In addition, the department Frightening sight With Halloween just over, there are still some ghosts, witches and frightening creatures lurking around Lethbridge This particularly scary pair can be found at the YWCA's Haunted House, 410 5th St S If anyone wishes to visit this creepy mansion, it's open to the public tonight from 6 to 9 p m and Satur- day from 1 to 4 p m and 6 to 9 p m RICK ERVIN Photo Ann Landers OSBORNE'S Ladies' Wear Says THANK YOU AND GOOD-BYE Osbornes were pleased and proud to meet and iorve the thousands and thousands of ladies from Lethbridge and Southern Alberta during these many years We trust the feeling was mutual. You'll find the same friendly service at our other Ladies' Wear Stores STEWART'S LADIES' WEAR 617 4th Avenue South HOLLINGSWORTH LADIES' WEAR 320 6th Street South HOLLINGSWORTH LADIES' WEAR Coliege Mall Shopping Centre Dear Ann Landers I am an attorney who is disturbed by the number of elderly clients who bring m their wills to be revised They have drawn lines through the names of nieces nephews and sometimes even grandchildren When I ask if there is any particular reason they often say, I never hear from them I guess they aren't interested I am not advocating that voung people butter up aging relatives just so they will be remembered in a will, but I suspect that too often folks are reluctant to be atten live because they don t want to be accused of "being nice to Uncle Richard or Mathilda because they want to be left something Please tell your voung readers that older people need love and attention and the older thev get the more they need it Ask them to make an effort to go see an aging relative spend an hour send a postcard write a letter It will be good for everjbocty One Who Knows Dear One You ve made an extraordinary point Relatives should not be discriminated against because thev are rich Thank vou for writing Dear Ann Landers. You raisecl one daughter no sons This explains your lack of understanding when women wnte to sav their children make tnem so nervous just can t help but ttirash them within an inch of their lives I have two bovs and 1 am pregnant again I just know HOW'S YOUR ENERGY I.Q.? ir read ill ih nC Hilt hlTW. f H n T nnl in'' In !h XmmilvT is n-- pf Rcjd CT s Dirr 1 m 11 u >0 n f icK ind f ill HI v ih( nl inr cncrt i1 h tnii and in or i 11 II find In hcild tip n hi mi! the if in 1 imc Tiralmc f1 n1 ,ind nr L i Ml Ti" inui In i h n n i Miir r IL c ITM! V n 11 iKo find i up on hira to rfthj" "f it i cffj nil n d 1i 1 T r i MITC mil ciC' K i I S Y-Ol R 1 M 10 On' nf ar 1i 1" i 111 N' i When the Kit arrived she ncarh fainted It was a man s hand made out of plastic I think this is a stmkm racXel and I told rm friend that she has the right to insist on a refund what is vour Vcrv Disgusted Dfar erv I think she her stamps I -s {be ad said. satisfaction or rnundrd she might orpctit Even WITH a Guarantee it is often an fndlcss procedure At Ihr- risk of boring readers to death 1 11 sa> it one more limr Creams exercise CimmirJts and assorted paraphernalia vou see adver lised lo enlarge the are j .st wondenui for the out tils sell them Thev -1o vcrv little however, for the f InrTires of this world to relieve them of their mone-v Drama troupes joining this third child is a boy because I am carrying 't all in front like with the other two Being pregnant makes me short-tempered and I admit I have beat up on my two boys more than I should, but I just can t control myself Boys are a lot harder to raise than girls, but then you wouldn t know about that I talked to my pastor about the problem last week and he said 'Children are born full of the devil and it's up to parents to beat it out of them What do you have to say about THAT Ann Landers7 Breaking Point Dear Point I say your pastor should be in another line of work like chopping wood or shoveling coal something that requires physical energv He needs an outlet for his hostility something besides his mouth that is For I recommend Parents Anonymous The address is 2009 Farrell Redondo Beach, California 90278 Or CALM P O Box 718 Santa Barbara. California 93102 These organizations are for parents who beat their children and know thev need help Good luck to vou Dear Aim Landers Several davs ago a friend of mine sent awav for something she saw advertised in a magazine It was guaranteed to enlarge her size She sent Playgoers of Lethbndge and the University of Lethbridge department of dramatic arts are joining forces and talents for a spring production of Arthur Miller's wrenching play The Crucible Spokesmen for both drama troupes announced this week they will present Miller's play at the Genevieve Yates Memorial Centre in early April in a first ever production The Playgoers will be mounting the production and assuming full responsibility for technical aspects, using both their own members and U of L students' expertise Dr Terry Theodore of the U of L drama department will direct the play, opening the auditions to U of L students and members of the community who wish to join Playgoers Fran Rude, Playgoers president, says the joint production is a pilot effort wnich, if successful, could be repeated again "We've been eager to do a difficult says Mrs Rude Lethbndge is inundated with musical theatre We wanted to try something different We re eager to produce an ar- tistic success if not a finan- cial one Perhaps the audiences will surprise us I think they re ready for something like The Crucible Dr Theodore says the co operative production gives U of L students "an excellent op- portunity" for further lear- ning "It s a great chance for us to use the facilities at the Yates he adds "Right now, it s an experiment, but if it works well the University would welcome trying other joint productions of dramatic arts has opened auditions for all its produc- tions to the public Persons with special technical or dramatic talents are more than welcome to work on U of L productions, says Dr Theodore 'We must reach out to the community he adds, "and part of that is utilizing local resources and talents as well as accepting community judgements of our produc- tions Dr Theodore says the U of L drama department is more able because it is not ex pected to make money on its productions to offer southern Alberta audiences new and experimental approaches to drama Learning by doing as well as studying theoretical and academic aspects of drama is offered at the U of L "The purpose of dramatic arts is to inculcate a fine appreciation for theatre arts and to afford the student a superior art experience dur- ing his university says Dr Theodore The courses should help students view theatre as part of the communication process and as an important part of their cultural heritage Forthcoming U of L produc- tions include Everyman tonight at 7 30 p m in the U of L drama studio, 8pm Satur- day and 3pm Sunday in the public library) Leaving Home by Canadian playwright David French, The Zoo Story, A Christmas Carol and Calm Down Mother, by rising young wntei Megan Terry More information about the U of L drama department productions may be obtained bv calling 329-2675 Regulations driving car seats off market TORONTO (CP) Joy Moon, car expert on children s automobile safety for the Canadian Consumer Association, says regulations effective Friday to tighten federal controls on children s car seats are so tough they are driving most seats off the market She said in an interview this week that she has surveyed retail stores in Metropolitan Toronto and has found that most are either sold out of the seats or are clearing their stocks at dis- count prices PUBLIC 1 BINGO I m 16 GAMES I BLACKOUT I (Plqwd Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS I LODGE ROOM I EVERY CASH BINGO ST. 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