Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, October 4, iHt LtiHBRIuut HERALD Canada helps millions of children I MIT.DN Km almost 27 the mes- sage "I the 1 ruled Clnlilien's Kmid a Vl-'i has hi-en one of hope lor millions ol children in rountiies are bom into ei disease and disaster The message has not been lost mi Canadians spokesman for the fund Canadians have one oi the highest pel eapita ratios of am eounln in then con- ti ibutions Since the butli ol the lund lormeih the I N International Children s Fund 11 MCKI-'i Canada has con- tributed about V27 million to il I'Ateinal Minister Mitchell Sharp last week Labouisse dnectoi ol t'.M'F with a cheque loi M 1J million as the Canadian gen eminent s cuiiti ibution lor 197 i This irpiesents a 12-pereent in- i ease OHM 1972 Despite intlalion and deval- uation the dollai still goes a long in I toward helping children liom Bar- bados io Bangladesh TAKES MANY FORMS The Canadian eminent legul.ii and special aid in 1972 totalled V) 7.i million m- cl uding S2 million lor BangLtdesh leliel and S200.000 to Indonesia for textbook pa pel Canadians raised anothei million thiough private conti ibutions and help trom the Canadian International an arm ol the rial all airs clepai tnient The' Canadian t'N'CK Com mitUv based in Toronto a lole in the k tin ough the sale ol electing cards and tund taisiim actiMties in inces On Halloween latei this month thousands ol Canadian i hrlclren will be out tuck-oi- tre.itmg lot l.ast Halloween Canadian childien raised s720 000 lor 1 Tins complies with Vj million in i he Cnited States (.reeling card sales in Canada biought in another s897 000 and million fiom woildwuk sales 1 000 pei sons mam (it them Canadians help lun I .Hound the win Id SUPPORT VOLUNTARY I cieited the i! Dec 14 l'1-lii is suppiiiled on a I a r basis both and people In I'lb'i n was awarded the Peai e rwo-'hnds of I'NCF aid goes to equip permanent health nutiitnm educational d.iv car e and ceniies diieith benefiting millions nl mlants anc i hililien the remaining third I P equipment tianspmt cash giants and olhei aid to train stall such as doe lor v midwin's ,md field woi kei s in i un these set ices Finally a Canadian John Kuhnke, 71, of Thunder Bay, Ont, his daugh- ter Pat, left, and his wife Sylvia, have reason to be happy. Mr. Kuhnke has been informed he is to officially become a Canadian citizen after applying for landed immigrant status under the government's 'last chance' program. He had been living in Canada illegally for 49 years before taking advantage of the temporary law Deadline for anyone living illegally in Canada to apply for landed immigrant status is Oct 15 THREE! FEATHERS Ann Landers Divorce rate up in Newfoundland Dear Ann Landers: 1 m hut not I lunc tiori as a -.1 1, light in nu job and m social contacts outside' ol woik 1 hale Hie word gav hut I linalK adopted it because homosexual is too damn long and other terms -lap homo aietoo demeaning an I writing Because I am led up with the Gav is idvocates who 10 as spokesmen lor us all It s not natural as lar as I am concerned But it s the onK w.n 1 can (unction 1 tried sexual urges but break out in other pel led So I go along living a lie pietendmg to be slraighl unlil I m awav Irorn people who would be shocked oi hint it knew the truth Sine it s too bad I can t walk down the' street with a gin I like and hold hands So what least wx> aren t kepi 011 lire siteels I guess (hat s win 1 m wr itmg to il would be gieat it could be lined on the basis ol Iheii skills mslead ol being luined down lor because then mannerisms are a lit lie suspect II gavs could reallv come out ol I lie closet tie.it- mc'iil could be oiler ed Without shame and il would be a bet lei woi Id lor evervboch I don t need Io dance with un lovei in public. 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Dear K.: I didn t need to edit letlei It was line I appreciate honcstv and am in complete agreement with vou said Dear Ann Landers: I am a divoiced woman with one child I man led a divorced man with two childien 1 knew this was no mad love allun but a marriage of convenience Idi both ol us I needed a home .me! a lather lor child and he needed someone to keep house lor him and take cai e ol his- kids have been manied MX months and although we haven t had anv serious dif- ficulties 1 m not sure my hus- band considers me anything mote than a maid a cook and a Inld attendant He hud been ,ic customed to coming and go- ing as he pleased lor several vcais and that included olhei women How can I be sure he is behaving without making mvsell look like a suspic ions wile'" No Bed Of Roses Here Dear Rose: vour own ad- mis-sion it was a marriage of convenience." and I have a hunch it's going to be a lot moie convenient ioi him than loi You there have been no sei ions difficulties but I 11 bet there have been some piohlems that need vcn trial ing (let counselling it you want this maniage to work on need some emotional piopping up A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difticult and most rewarding arrangement. 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Mini banned IHKKS S (Heuterl The first phase of Tan- zania's latest campaign against the miniskirt and other forms ol dress consid- ered indecent has begun Prime Minister Rashidi Ka- said recently that in- decent dresses will be banned from government offices, pub- lic and private companies, .schools and bars The second stage, banning minis, wigs, tight trousers and certain torms ol makeup from the streets will come into el led m October Kawawa told a rally organized to protest against indecency There has- been no clear definition ol what constitutes indecent dress However theie have been similar cam- paigns heie in the past, none ol which have enjoyed much laming success ST .JOHN'S Nfld (CP) unheard ol in New- foundland a couple oi decades ago rhvoicc is last becoming a common occurrence For the lirst eight months of 226 petitions tor divorce proceedings were filed 38 less than the total number din ing all of last Divorces were lirs-t granted in Newfoundland Supreme Court in any divorce applications trom Newfoundland had to be appioved the Senate in Ot- tawa a long and costh process Since 19fi8. about 1.200 petitions have been tiled but not all were granted physical and men- tal eruelU and othei reasons are advanced but the main ground for divorce in New- foundland is separation for not less than thiee Many ol the province s agree with a resolu- tion bv the Canadian Bar to make marriage breakdown the onh ground tor ciivoice with a minimum sepaiation period of one veai Newfoundland Law Socre- spokesman said Most lawyers felt that a man or woman should not be forced to commit adulten or remain sepaiated lor three in oi dei to be gia nted a di voice He s-aid while the main ol the courts- is to try to reconcile husband and wife and the marriage no two people should have to wait thiee tor divorce pioceedings when made up their minds- to go their separate ways In the pmvinces oulpotts m.n i rage has been looked upon as a hallowed in- stitution but the iccent upsw- ing in divorce applications has included a jump from these i emote communities Three Feathers. 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