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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta oy, Odotwr Id, IHI LITHMIOCI 17 v 4J- J r W t 1 J t, "ti-i'fe 1 "Swl men's liberation movement in Surope sometimes looks as uuch poetical as feminist. The S'ew Statesman, the London .veekly, commented that wo- men's liberation "is no longer stylish pink; it is very red." In general, tlie European REACHING FOR THE TOP Activity plans are soaring under the direction of the Gilbert Peterson Junior High School student's council whose members include: centre, Brent Burr, second vice-president; from left around the jungle gym, Chris Sumption, first vice-president; Dawna Senda, secretary; Philip Christcu, president; Michael Steed, third vice-president; Melany Black, treasurer and Margita Dombrowsky, girl's activity repre- sentative. Missing is Les Caiman, boy's activity representative. m amacp. Donald and Christine Rollack we pleased to announce the marriage of their mother, Mary to Mr. John Douglas Insley, all of Lethbridge, The wedding took place Oc- tober 3 in St. Augustine's An- glican Church with Rev. Roy Crisfield officiating. PUBLIC BINGO T6 GAMES JACKPOT IETHBR1DGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVSRY THURS.- 8 p.m. MAGRATH (HNS) and Mrs. William J. Wocknitz are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Carol Lea to Mr. Eugene Dahl, son of Mrs. Lauretta Dahl and the late Honda P. Dahl. The wedding was solemnized on October 7 in the Alberta Temple by President J. Golden Snow. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Low in Cardston. Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Hugli McKenns are pleased to announce th marriage of their daughtei Darilyn Rose to Mr. Wayne Gordon Brassard, son of Mi and Mrs. Eugene A, (Bud Brassard, all of Lethbridge. The ceremony took plac September 19 in Christ-Trinit Lutheran Church with Rev E. R. Moody officiating th double ring vows. Miss Susar Boulton was bridesmaid anc Hicken and Mrs. Brian Dudley Air. Robert Bagossi was bes were in chai'ge of arrange- man. Only the immediate fam ilies attended. were in ments. European Women's Lib Heavy On Reform LONDON (AP) The wo-1 movement stresses women's who suffer gross and systema .'worth and specific reforms to the benefit of both sexes. Feminists in Britain, Den- mark and The Netherlands are Europe's current leaders, even if their numbers are small. The outcry has a familiar ring: wo- men "are second-class citizens Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a girl, 20, who needs help before I blow my mind. The problem is a 23-year-old brother who is blind. My mother has told me repeatedly that if anything hap- pens to her and my father, they expect me to take care of my brother. Some of my relatives have also told me that is my life-long responsibility. Is he? At times I think they are being very unfair to me. Then I get to feeling ashamed because perhaps it is my respon- sibility. Eight now I'm confused. Please tell me what is right and what is wrong. Would a man want to many a girl who has to take care of a blind brother for the rest of her life? Is this my moral responsibility? I need your Struggle DEAR IS.: The responsibility of your blind brother should not fall on you. It is your parents' responsibility to see that he is educated and equipped to be responsible for himself. You say your brother is 23, but you don't say if he is employed or what his education has been. There are thousands of sightless people who are burdens to no one. They are highly successful and leading happy, productive lives. Your brother should be among them. If he is not, I urge you to write to: The Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind, 1850 West Roosevelt Eoad, Chicago, HI. 60608 for information regarding the office nearest your home. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am so mad at myself I can't speak to anyone about this. Please help me. I have been saving out of my household money and putting a few dollars away whenever I could. This was my private boodle for "emer- gencies." I had over in the boodle which I kept in a coffee tin with the canned goods. Yesterday I took the money cut to count it and the roll of bills fell on the gas range and caught fire. I ran for a towel to smother the flames and man- aged to save some of the money but most of it is badly charred. I scooped it all up and put it in a bowl. Now what should I do? It took me nearly two years to save this money and I am Low DEAR F. L.: Take the bowl of charred money to any bank. They will give you full value for any bill if more than half of it is intact. The charred money might be redeemable in full. also. And let this, be a lesson to you and to everyone else who reads this. Coffee tins are for coffee. Money belongs in banks. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I have been married for nearly three years. We would love to have a baby, but so far we have not been lucky. My girl friend is pregnant in her fifth month, and she is not married. In fact, I don't think she even knows who the baby's father is. She does not want the child and is going to put it up for adoption. My husband would like to pay all her bills and take the baby. I have a feeling this might be a mistake. What hap- pens if she should change her mind later and want her baby back? My husband says if she signs adoption papers she can't take the child from us. Is he right? Empty Arms In DEAR N.Y.: If you want to adopt a baby, work through a legitimate agency. DON'T repeat, DON'T take the baby of a friend. Even though the adoption is done according to due process of law the mother could return in a few years and swear she signed UK papers while under emotional stress, and the judge might decide in her favor. (The blood mother usually gets the edge in court.) Let your friend give her child to an agency, which is where you should go for yours. ic lack of opportunity in edu- cation, vocational training and jobs. Their demands include. equal pay for equal work, abortion reform, more nursery schools and day-care centres, chances :o invade economic strongholds manned until now by males. The British movement began to crystallize last March, when a conference in Oxford drew 500 delegates. Now Women's Liberation .Workshop has 700 members organized into local groups with their own publica- ion, Shrew, formerly called Harpies Bizarre. The workshop, is concerned primarily with "raising con- sciousness." The practical initi- ative still rests firmly with a committee and a Conservative member of Parliament. Dame Joan Vickers. While the com- mittee lobbies in Parliament for equal rights and an end to dis- crimination in jobs, the work- shop attacks the advertising industry, which it claims pre- Social Union has doubled its membership to in three sents women as "sex objects, consumer dustbins, unreal un- less being regarded by men." In Denmark, a dozen of the 600 strong Redstockings are awaiting trial for refusing to pay more than 80 per cent of bus {ares. This is an attempt to protest wage discrimination. Eva Hammer Hansen, 57-year- old president of the Danish .Wo- men's Society, said: "It now is primarily a question of chang- ing mentality and attitudes to eliminate all lines of thought that distinguish between man and woman except in toe one field where it is and al- ways has been relevant." Amsterdam is stirred up by some 3.000 feminists, led by the formidable Dolle Minas, whose attack on the male dominance and wage discrimination reach- ed a peak last spring In France, where most wo- men seem to believe feminine charm exerts the best lever- age, the Feminine Civic and Forthcoming Marriages Mr. and Mrs. Le Mond M. Cox of Diamond City are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Gsyle to Mr. Marlin William Snider, son of Mrs. Vera Snider and the late William 0. Snider, formerly of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on November 14 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL TONISHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK A Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 1 7-Number JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25e each (Located Next to No. 1 Firehall) Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kasko of Coaldale are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their second daughter, Ethel Julia to Mr. Lome Earl Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cochran of Lethbridge: The wedding will take place on November 28 in St. An- drew's Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m. t Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jasiukiewiez are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their only daughter Helen Linda to Mr. Joe Myndio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elko Myndio, all of Raymond. The wedding will take place on November 7 at 3 p.m. in the Sacred Heart Church, Ray- mond. IMPORTANT NOTICE PERSIAN RUGS, CARPETS, RUNNERS IF YOU ARE DREAMING have a special type of carpet with your kind of taste and elegance that never wears out and never changes color, but lasts for a lifetime and is treasured in your own home. fly like a bird through the sky, why not take your shoes off and walk on the soft, deep, thick pile of beautifully blended colors of Persian carpets. beautify your homo or to amaze your friends, start carpeting your living room with the luxurious Royal Kerman and Imperial Kashan Carpet. YOUR DREAMS MAY COME TRUE H.M.A., one of the largest carpet exporters to foreign countries has a summer and clearance sale once a year in Persia. But you do no( have to travel to Iran for this world-famous buy, because this surprising sale is going to take place for 3 days in tethbridge. Alberta, Canada. For 3 DAYS Only, Thurs., October 15 To Sat. Oct. 17 Merchandise At Persian Market WHOLESALE PRICE It means a great great saving. This price never offered before and it might not happen again. We stretch your dollar! Choose your rug from unique collection of hand woven, Persian and Oriental rugs in a variety of sizes and designs. Included are such names as: Royal Kerman, Imperial Kashan, Francis Bokara, Qum, Ardebill, Yamout, Shirwan, Kazak, Ferdoos, Afghan, Tabriz, Ispahan, Prayer Bluch, Also: IMPERIAL NAEIN SILK RUG.. MARQUIS HOTEL GRENADIER ROOM Starts sharp p.m. Thursday, October 15, Fri. and Sat. a.m. to p.m. A catalogue will bo c; viewing. Lie. 1447. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoneley are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Judith Lorraine Sumanik to Mr. Darryl Eric Snowdon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Snow- don, all of Coleman. Wedding plans to be an- nounced at a later date. CARDSTON (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Dahl Leavitt of Card- ston wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngest, daughter, Deborah, to Mr. Wayne Nish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Nish of Owen- dale. Tire wedding will be solem- nized in the Alberta Temple on Saturday, October 24. d own. Assisting with Hie member- ship tea of the YWCA held this week were Mrs. Allister Find- ley Mrs. G. S. Gray who received guests. Pourers were: Mrs. W. Hay, Mrs. E. A. Morrison, Mrs. W. S. Russell, Mrs. G. Willough- by; tickets: Mrs. D. Berlando, Mrs. T. Ferguson, Mrs. W. 0. Haute. In charge of bake table: Mrs. D. Bagozzi. Mrs. T. Bates, Mrs. M. Chapman; kitclicn: Mrs. W. S. Jameson, Mrs. J. A. Williams, Mrs. G. Wickend, Mrs. W. Hay, Mrs. Hackson; serving: Mrs. C. D. Stewart, Mrs. 1. Flan, .Airs. J. L. Cas- tles, .Mrs. U. Kaslings, Mrs, E. Poncch, Mrs. W. Mclnlyrc, Mrs. E. A. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McDon- nell of, Warner are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Doreen Ann to Mr. Jerry Allan Gorda, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Cham- bcrland of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place Saturday November 7 at 7 p.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Quinnell of Picture Butte are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Thelma Jewel to Mr. Lawrence Kenneth Hud- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Hudson of Shaughnessy. The wedding will take place on October 17 at 5 p.m. in.the Buchanan Chapel Soulhminster Church, Letlibridge. years. Germany, Belgium and Swit- zerland have yet to join the wo- men's liberation campaign on a wide scale. In Germany, one woman in three works.'A recent poll in- dicated 68 per cent consider it "not quite normal" to rank carecr before marriage. A Frankfurt action group cam- paigning for abortion reforms succeeded in collecting signatures. Swiss women still cannot vote. The largest existing fem- inist group, in Zurich, today has only about 20 members. In Belgium, women demand only equal pay for equal work. LATINS STIRRING In Spain and Italy, a woman's place is still in the kitchen, but there are signs of a stir among Latin women. "This is fertile says Italy's Anselma dell-Olio, 29." founder of a New York feminist theatre. "Women are very oppressed and very ious to be liberated." A young Barcelona actress. Emilia Cohen, agrees. In Spain a wife needs her husband's written consent to obtain a driver's licence or passport, to hold political office or to take a job Women's lib has not yet hit Eastern Europe officially, there is nothing for women to about. The principle of economic equality has been law in Com- munist." states since their found- ing. In practice, a woman earns two-thirds of a man's pay. Poland, however, has just ap- poinetd its first woman naval captain. Mrs. Danuta Walas- Kobylinska commands the 15.- 000-ton freighter Bisszczardy. Her husband is third mate. Equal pay legislation is cur- rently under consideration in Britain and Spain. Female suf- frage is on the agenda in Swit- zerland. A West German proposal to reform divorce law recognizes that women can fend for them- selves. Italy is facing in Octo- ber a final vote legalizing di- vorce. REUNITED AT LAST Mrs. Amelia Jones, left, 83 of Lethbridge was recently visited by her sister, Mrs. Thomas Williams, 70 of Harvey, N.B. for the first time in 63 years. Mrs. Jones first left Cancel, N.S., where both sisters were born, when she married and moved to Springfield, N.S. Then in 1907 she moved to Saskatchewan and finally to Lethbridge in 1915. This is the first time they have seen each other in 63 years. LIKE NEW AGAIN! CML US FOR QUALITY RE-UPHOLSTERY B CHESTERFIELDS CHAIRS STOOLS Phone 327-7711 ASTEDO FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY 522 5th Street South Head Count The population of Iraq is re- ported to be about 9.4 million. ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Re-opening October 15 Under New Monogemeni FREE PARKING 535 13th St. N. Upstairs Phone 328-3932 L.A. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Oct. 12 JACKPOT 52 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Prize-Free Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th SI. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed BEAUTY SCHOOL of ELEGANCE Owned and Operated by ETHEL DOWNEY Complete Beauty Culture By 3 Expert Teachers "A Modern School With Modern Methods of Teaching'' NIGHT CLASSES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. Students Apply Now Name........................... Address.......................... BEAUTY SCHOOL OF ELEGANCE 317 7lh Sfnet South lethbrldge Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The lethkidge Herald All wedding reports, marrioge and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every ccnsideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms; Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The standard 'wedding report form, (available at Th REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge f6r a two column picture svith 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 The Letlikulge Herald ;