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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Illegitimate children fare better under French philanderer's penalty' PARIS (Reuter) The French government is pushing for a "philanderer's penalty" that could result in illegitimate children being allotted several fathers, each paying child sup- port. The proposed new law would enable a French judge to desig- nate as father each and every male who had sexual relations with an unmarried mother dur- ing the period in which her child was conceived. In Prance, this period is le- gally recognized as lasting for 120 days the period between the 300th and the 180th day be- fore the birth. Thus the mea- sure does not rule out the possi- bility of several men being called to account for siring one child. The revolutionary proposal has caused a big legal stir even before the French parliament has begun discussing it. Debate is set to start this fall. Its influential backers include Justice Minister Rene Pleven. Detractors of the proposal de- nounce it as paving the way to possible blackmail and exploit- ation of unsuspecting men. The measure is part of a wider government law seeking to knock down Napoleonic de- crees of 1804 which bar illegiti- mate children from enjoying many inheritance and legal rights accorded to children born in wedlock. Under the proposed law, if a child's paternity had not been legally established the child could claim financial support from the man shown to have had sexual relations with its mother during the conception period. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, OCT. 22nd 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games In 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW NOW WORTH Persons Under 16 Yean Nof Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB But when it could be shown in court that the mother had rela- tions with more than one man during that time, then the judge would be empowered to share out responsibility for child sup- for fatherhood itself them all. The judge would assess the richest of the "fathers" for the biggest slice of child support money, and the poorest for the smallest sum. Payments would continue until the child was 21 longer if need be. If one of the "fathers" died, his nearest relatives would take over re- sponsibility for the payments. To escape, each of the reluc- tant "fatiicrs" would either have to prove medically that he was not responsible or establish that the mother had "aban- doned herself to debauchery." What constitutes debauchery would be up to the judge to determine. THE BETTER HALf By Bob Barnes "You look like a smart intelligent man come you have to get up at a. Church sponsors women s session The biennial Conference fo Women, sponsored by th Board of Women of the Unitec Church of Canada, will be hel at the Banff School of Fin Arts Oct. 29-31. It is held to provide a pro gram of personal enrichmei for all interested women British Columbia, Alberta anc Saskatchewan. This year's theme is Fog bound for Ararat. The Very Reverend Herbert O'Driscol dean of Christ Church Cathe- dral, Vancouver, will be th theme speaker. He will be assisted by Rev Rod Booth, communications d rector, B.C. Conference, wit films, visual aids and sound and Len Lythgoe, organist an choirmaster. Queen's Ave. Urn ted, New Westminster. Rev. E. C. (Ted) Nichols, ex ecutive secretary of B.C. Con ference, will be available for ii dividual discussion and consu tation. The purpose will be to try t show that, unless Christianity is capable of becoming again th kind of religion that can offe men and women an overview of the total varied fabric of life it is in deep trouble. The first of these confer ences for women was held in 1963. This year an Invitation has SIMPSONS -SEARS SATURDAY SKCULS Personal Shopping Only Please. Sale Starts Tomorrow at 9 a.m. Sharp Men's Corduroy Jackets Reg. if Glossy western style jacket with warm quilt lining and snap button closure. Brown, Tan, Beige. Sizes 36-46. Men's Wear Men's Top Coats Special Top coatk that you can wear 3 seasons of the year. Warm zip-out lining. Beige, Navy, Olive, Surf Blue. Men's Wear Men's Fortrel Slacks Reg 1 4'" Beautiful, easy-care super slim fortrel slacks for the guy on the go. Brown, Rust, Black, Burgundy. 29-36. Men'i Wear Men's Corduroy Jeans Reg. Super slim fitted casual jeans. Blue, Brown, Navy, Tan, Dark Chocolate. Siies 28-36. Leg lengths 30-32. Men's Wear Girls' Body Huggers Girls' Teens' Ideal for use as a ballet outfit, gym suit or casu- ally with slacks or a skirt. Dark Green, R-ed, Navy, Gold. S.M.L Girls' Wear Halloween Treats Chocolate Bars Huge assortment of bars from brand name manufacturers 30 Fudge Chocolate Bars The favorite with kidi from 6 to 60.................. 660 Hershey Chocolate Bars Milk chocolate, Toffee Chip, "3 Macaroon and Almond.......w Hersheyettes Candy-covered chocolate bits Ib. 660 Christmas Wrap Reg. j.66 7 glorious rolls a total of 320 In. Includes 2 rolls foil paper and 5 rolls wrapping paper. Stationery Specials On Clocks Wood-look Cordless Clock. Special Hexagonal Style Cordless Clock Special Electric or Cordless Diamond Design Clock.......... Jewellery Dept. 14.99 24.99 14.99 Ladies' Wool Pant Suits Reg. 24 .99 Beautiful wool tweed 2-pc. pant suits reduced to clear. A fantastic value at this low price. Ladles' Coati Girls' Long Sleeve Blouses Special Shirt tail style to tuck In or wear out. Double but- lon closure on cuff and neck. White, Blue, Gold, Green. Sizes 8-14, Glrli' Wear Hardware Specials g.99 Your Choice Heavy Duly Staple Gun or 7-pce. Propane Torch Sot, Hardware Ladies' Fortrel Pant Suits Stylish, easy-care fortrcl pant suits, some with Arnel Jersey tops. Reg. to Ladiet' Coats Cassette Tape Recorder 27 Versatile recorder is AC adaptable, has auto- matic level control for recording, nylon micro- phono ond case. TV ond Stereos Ladies7 Mink Tail Hats Greot winter companions look stylish and keep you warm. Your choice of color. Millinery Cabrilli Handbags Special J O' Group Includes genuine leather bags and some wet look In Black, Brown, Navy and Red. ladies' Accetsoriet Men's Hunting Vests 9.99 Lightweight, down filled vests ore wind resistant. Reversible Green and Red. Sporting Life-like Duck Decoys Reg. 2 Carry light polyethelene plastic decoys this year. Hand painted to look life-like. Weighted keel anchorings. Sporting Goods Men's Dress Boots Reg. Side zipper styling. Soft leather uppers and long- wearing composition soles. Brown only. Sizes Family Footwear Children's Winter Boots Reg. y.32 Pull-on styling with leather uppers and hard rub- ber soles. Pile lined. Black only. Sizes 11-4, Family Footwear 32-oz. WHITE VELVET DETERGENT 66c PHILISHAVE DELUXE RAZOR ___ 7.99 3.88 ELECTRIC SHAVING MIRROR MINI MANICURE Beauty and Health STORE HOURS: Dally 1 a.m. to p.m. W.dneidoy 9 a.m. to p.m. Thunday and Friday 9 a.m. ta 9 p.m. Centre Village, Tolephon. been extended to the women ol the Anglican Church, some of whom are included as discus- sion group leaders. Golf club executive ERMA BIKMAN The Henderson Ladies Golf Club recently held its last meet- ing and supper with the elec- tion of officers. The following were elected for the 1972 executive: presi- dent, Erma Bikman; vice-pres- ident, Gail Umeris; captain, Marg M e t c a 1 f e; co-captain, Joan Boulton; secretary, Dor- een UUy; treasurer, Vi Mur- ray; hospitality, Marion Mok- osch and Joan Layton. Winners for the 1971 season; club champion, Katie Wilson; runner-up, Aileen Metcalfe; low net, Hilda Kendall. Running competition, "A" cup, Marg Metcalfe; runner-up, Bernice Metcalfe; consolation, Edith Faulkner. "B" cup, Joan Boulton; run- ner-up, Irene Mardnko; conso- lation. Linda Francis. "C" cup, Gail Umeris; run- ner-up, Hilda Kendall; consola- tion, Kirsten Morris. Booster, LaRue Fletcher; runner-up, Gladys Tunbridge; consolation, Kay Gemmel. Electric Par Sheet, Harg Metcalfe; Joan Bulton, Vicky Davies, Millie Snowden, Loretta Jones, Irene Marcinko. Pin-days, Vicky Davies; run- ner-up, Irene Marcinko. Trophy for the greatest per- centage in handicap, Irene Marcinko. 1345-Bill Ferby 1184-Mrs. J. T. MeLenn 3675-Uann Coe 391-Unclalmed 3660-Mn. Campbell Bennett, Magrath 1017-Mrs. Cynthin Sheen 1265-Mri. Hellawcll 1265-Unclairned 857-Mri. C. Hurbenl 1132-W. D. Hoy 1857-Mrj. 1. Fumerton 3684-A. D. Smith 809-Mn. Sekoya 1819-Mrs. C. MacEachran 313-Mrs. J. Gunn Murray New Dayton 958-Sister Margarite _ St. Michael's Hospital 1274-Unclaimed Coatei 92o-Pat Welch Nakamtira 1370-Mr. K. Harrli, Brook! SOn-Marlen Orion, Sterling Sereniki, Taber A. Fumorton Prejseaznoy 1317-Phylis Koipenon 3816-Unclaimed 1229-rnrs.Wishnrt PHONE CLAIM PRIZES BY CALLING MRS. E. EVERSON 327-2484 -Friday, October 22, 197! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 WEEKEND SPECIALS at CENTRE VILLAGE Store Hours Mon., TUM., Thurs. and MARTENS COALDALE PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23rd, 1971 STANDING RIB ROAST TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF Ib. STEWING BEEF Ib. CANADA GRADE 'A' frying Chicken Frol ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 20-lb. bag n Baby FoodH einz strained or junior tin for Apple Juice spaghetti T00 QTF, CRUSHED, SLICED, TIDBITS Pineapple ,4 fl.oltins 3 for ICING SUGAR letting her get at the crossword puzzle first. Bacon Coffee Fish and Chips Dak. Danish sliced 16-oz. tin Blue Ribbon lOc off.......... Mb. bag Fraser Vale Cod Qx 24-oz. pkg. 09 THE SIR ALEXANDER OALT CHAPTER I.O.D.E. KOPPER KARNIVAL WINNERS CENTRE VILLAGE MARTENS COALDALE Centre Village IGA Also Features FREE Dellvory! WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;