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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 16, 1974 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: May I add one word to the letter signed "Plain The word is "Ditto." It's high time someone com- mented on male promiscuity. For too many years we have been hearing some pretty harsh criticism of women who sleep around. They were call- ed "tramps, trollops, pushovers, roundheels, chip- etc. On the other hand, men who did the same thing were labeled "Lotharios, Romeos" nothing to that there was anything wrong with it. Now women are insisting on (and getting) equal rights, I believe they are justified in demanding the same stan- dards from men that men have been demanding of them. Granted, some males aren't fussy about whether or not a woman has had previous sex- ual experience. But those who should be able to come to the marriage bed with the same clean slate they demand of their brides. If they can't, they should keep their mouths shut. I'm not suggesting that both should be allowed to cat with impunity. What I'm saying is that men who want a virgin should be virgins, also, or all bets (and name calling) are off. Sauce For The Goose Dear Sauce: Now it's my turn to say, Thanks for writing. Ann Landers discusses teen- age drinking its myths, its realities. Learn the facts by reading, "Booze and You For Teen-Agers by Ann Landers. Baggage claims introduced VANCOUVER (CP) Baggage claims are being introduced at Vancouver International Airport in an attempt to reduce theft, and accidental luggage switches. A joint announcement Thursday by Air Canada, CP Air and Pacific Western Airlines says, effective Sun- day, domestic passengers arriving at the terminal will be required to give baggage claim stubs to security of- ficers for comparison to stubs attached to luggage. Property law unclear CALGARY (CP) "If you're contemplating a separation, it is always wise to make a large withdrawal Irom your joint bank ac- Edmonton lawyer Jean McBean told the Women and the Law Conference last week. She and other members of a panel on matrimonial proper- ty law told the audience that under existing law even joint title to property does not guarantee a women a half share should her marriage break up, or prevent her hus- band from leaving the proper- ty to someone else by law. In fact, the law is so unclear that even income made by a wife in an occupation such as taking in boarders may not necessarily be claimed by the wife as part of her assets. Club -The Herald Family Calgary women hiss Merv Leitch BIRTHDAY SALE! 5000 YARDS YARD Values to S3 yard Fabrics suitable for Dresses, Pants, Tops, Skirts, Drapes, Curtains, Cushions, Bedspreads, etc. POLYESTER KNITS 60" Prints and Plains Values to yd. YARD 2 SWEATER KNITS 100% Acrylic, 54" Prints and Plains Values to yard YARD 2 BRUSHED NYLON 108" solid shades Reg. yard YARD 1 LACE TRIM 10 yards per customer YARD 10 DENIM 45" light blue Reg. yard YARD 1 NYLON TRICOT 94" and 108" solid shades Reg. yard YARD 1 POLYESTER BAITS Reg. each EACH 3 SUITING 100% Acrylic Plaids Reg. yard YARD 2 BRUSHED NYLON 54" Housecoat with solid shades Reg. yard YARD 1 AND MANY, MANY MORE SPECIALS! PFAFF SEWING MACHINES BIRTHDAY SPECIAL MOO FREE FABRIC With Purchase of a 1222 Sewing Machine Free also available on other machines FAH H FABRIC FACTORY LETHBRIDGE LTD.--------- The Largest Selection m Lethbndge CALGARY (CP) At- torney general Merv Leitch was booed and hissed by more than 300 Alberta women Fri- day night when he said a marriage is "significantly different than an economic Mr. Leitch was speaking to women from both rural and urban areas attending a two day conference on women and the law. His statement came at the end of the one day session during which the women spent considerable time discussing Alberta women's property rights and the changes in property law proposed by the BINGO MON., SEPT. 16 Jackpot in 56 Not. GoW Cards Pay Doubla SS Door Cards Regular Cards or 13th SI. and 6th Ave. "A" N. No Children under 16 allowed Alberta Institute of Law Research and Reform. Elizabeth Pedersen, a member of the federal ad- visory council on the status of women and president of the women of Unifarm, spoke for many others at the conference earlier in the day when she said "marriage is an economic partnership as well as a social and sexual union." Mr Leitch's remarks recieved a less than warm welcome from delegates who were expecting a forecast concerning legislation protecting women's rights that the Conservative govern- ment might enact in coming months. Instead, Mr. Leitch explain- ed how changes in existing legislation can be made and avoided many questions from the women seeking informa- tion about what specific changes in law he would like to see. Following Mr. Leitch's address, conference chairman Maria Erikson said she was angry "because I don't think he is taking us seriously." Victims Jim Rack, left, Hazael Lopez, centre and Theo- dore Anton, all of Chicago, display their respective in- juries after recent bicycle accidents. All three boys were trying to emulate the jumping stunts of Evel Knievel. SWAP FLATS DUDLEY, England (CP) To reduce stress on families isolated in high-rise quarters, the municipal council is launching a plan for families with children to trade apartments with elderly or childless couples living in ground-floor accommodation. corner Westminster Badminton Club will commence fall ac- tivities Tuesday at p.m. in Westminster School, 5th Avenue and 18th Street N A free public lecture on Christian Science, titled will be offered at Lethbridge Public Library Sept 24 at 8 p.m. The women's group of St. Peter's and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold their regular meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday in the parish hall. Mrs. Annette Furo and Mrs. Mary Gocky will be hostesses. Roll call will be member's choice. Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club are holding their first dance of the season on Sept. 21 at Assumption School, 24th Street and 14th Avenue S. at 8-30 p.m. PUBLIC BINGO (Playad Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8p.rn 5th Ave. N. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 P.M. JACKPOT IN 81 NUMBERS 4th-Sth-12th Doubted in 7 Numbers or Lass FrM and Ganwt, 2Sc Card, 5 Cards S1.00 Children Under 16 Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association The Lethbridge Sketch Club FALL CLASSES Tuesdays: Commencing Sept. 17th Instructor: Alf Bogusky Thursdays: Commencing Sept. 19th Instructor: Susan Robbins Registration at Classes Free members workshop: Wednesdays p.m. All Classes from to p.m. at The Bowman Arts Centre A.N. ft A.F. Veterans Club Unit 34 PUBLIC BINGO EVERY TUESDAY ft 8P.M. NEW AMAF HAH and ImrIM hi the JACKPOT Consolation 18 Games All Bmgos OouWwJ on Gfeen Card under 16 years tfi age ICE (MOB J STMRIHfi WORLD CHAMPION KAREN MAGNUSSEN Dates: Thursday, Oct. 10 thru Sunday, Oct. 13_____________ Canada Games Sportsplex 7 SPECTACULAR PERFORMANCES 4 NKNTS: TtarJ.. Fri. ft Sri. 8 p Sn. 6 pa 3 MATINEES: Sit 12 MM. Sit 4 pa ft PRICES: YOUTHS, 16 ft under OFF all tickets at performances, Thurs. 8 p.m. Sat 12 noon, Sat 4 p.m. ft Sun. 6 p.m. BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN Canada Games Sportsplex and Eaton's Credit Dept. Charge Capades on your Eaton Credit Account ORDER TICKETS BY MAIL! CUP COUPON MAIL IT TODAY! WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday and SatanJay, Sapu 20 21 -VARIETY WHEN" Enttrtalnmanl in Ins Cantaan Saturday for Members Ihei' Invited Guests TO ICE CAPADES BOX OFFICE: Canada Carrm Enclosed is cheque O or money order O in the amount of payable to City of Leth- bridge for aduH at each and youth tickets at each. FIRST CHOICE: Day Data Time SECOND CHOICE: Day Date Time NAME Day Phone ADDRESS CITWTOWN Postal Code ;