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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, September 18, 1973 Widow of deposed leader begins new life in Mexico MEXICO CITY (Keuter) Hortensia Allende widow ot deposed Chilean president Salvador Allende began a new lite here todav bitter over the coup that led to her husband s death I thought I had no tears left she said as she sobbed and called on the world to con THE BETTER HALF demn the Chilean mihtan re- gime She said the coup has stopped socialism in hile toi the moment and added The people will tight and the struggle without truce has just begun Mrs Allende arrived on a Mexican plane from Santiago with two of her daughters By Barnes "Oh, wonderful1 You found a playmate for the aoldfish1' For Teeners' tour grandchildren and about bb other political refugees President Luis Echeverna of Mexico and pro-Allende demonstrators greeted her at the airport fears running down her face she said We hope that the Chilean question will be taken up by the United Nations General Assembly The UN Secretary Council was scheduled to take up the coup issue late today followi- ng a Cuban complaint that its embassy in Santiago and a Cuban ship were attacked by junta forces during the coup WARNS OF 'FASCISM' The world should take measures so that reaction and tascism will not swallow other countries Mrs Allende Said She said pro Allende sup porters have gone into hiding and will carry on the struggle in Chile We do not want reprisals against those who stayed be hind she said We call on the whole world to protect them 'Rockers' m brown 2 tone brown blue and brown and tan (exactly as illustrated) pair FOOT NOTES by JOE George loves to walk so much in h s shoes from JOE GREEN S that we gave h m them job of pass ng out Nelle s kittens for men 2 tone black and grey or 2 tone wine and grey (Exactly as shown) pair Joe Open Thurs til 9pm. Green's SHOES Downtown on Sixth Street Bobcats need lovin' too! Chilly September mornings require a little extra cuddle while visiting him at the Stewart Game Farm m the warmth department, and Scuffy seems to have The farm was a popular tourist attraction during the found a nice solution LaVern Saunders of Fort Mac- summer and is open to the public during winter Murray provided the young bobcat with a friendly months as well Salaries for housewives feasible if taxpayers forego exemptions For 3 Days Only! Thursday, September 20th through Saturday, September 22nd A beautiful 8" x 10" COLOUR PORTRAIT of your child 99 PER SUBJECT PLUS .50 HANDLING PER PORTRAIT Capture your child s personality m a lovely full colour portrait1 Age limit 5 weeks 'o '2 >cars e offer per ch Id 2 pi r family 99c for each ctnld photcgrapt ed in a group portrait Extra prints avaihblo it reasonable prices such as one ux 10 for 1095 Wo use only the finest Kodak Pro- fessional Film and materials l( you aren t sjtisf ed with these luvely portraits your money will be rtfu idod Choose your favorite actual finished p trait post from rnt A matj md frames also I ibic PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS Thursday 10 T m to 8 p m Friday 9 30 a m to 8 p m and SiUjrdiy 9 30 1 m to 5 p m Location Main Floor near the West Entrance EATON'S WINNIPEG (CP) An economist at the annual meeting of the Vamer In- stitute of the Family has out lined three alternatives any one of which would enable families to provide the homemaker with an intre- tamilv Dr David Ross program director of income secuntv with the Canadian Council on Social Development said dun ng a panel discussion such a dad to mom of transfer is feasible if tax are willing to forego their personal exemptions About 350 delegates from across Canada are attending the three dav conference The Vamer Institute of the I amih was established in 1965 under the patronage of the late Governor General Georges Vamer and Madame Vamer with the aim of strengthening famil> life in Canada Beryl Plumtree who is attending the conference in her capacity as president of the Vamer Institute said the institute is especially concern ed with the effect of food prices on families with fixed incomes Dr Ross said a salaries approach is one alternative in the economic liberation of the homemaker or as he calls her the homeworker From Edinburgh Scottish knits and tweeds, hand-made to your measurements, and imported duty free! SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE AND WOOL SAMPLE KIT from Of Scotland It Irntlltd to Scot] md trust arc tht limous knits and tvsuds d rush to buy "l ou d set I. out tht t Iv Shetland md I imbsuool sue ittrs in (host luscious on d tind tht Hirris hind in homes m tht Outtr I Icbndts ind tht bt uititull, tontd Scottish Border ou d h i t them cut bv cnttsmtn md t ulon_d to on- our mi isuii. mints And ou d ut ir them ith pit isurt tor irs ind veins' Now vou nttdn t h lit u ij round tin world to this spcci I isluon txptntntt on c m stltct from us ot cl issic skirt si ickb ind sue it r suits 2-> ditttrtnt tuttds ind from Ibpuri wool colour sjmplis Ordtr our own nitlunlu Scottish knits mil tut i ds m uii to t id mi isurt mints And h ut I him impoilul 1111 ami duty tm from I It ithtr ol 1 Surprism; noujji Hi illtv knits ind tvsitds irt un thi c IK md ut -I minship th it XIH s into t del ul stnkin) Ci i; iv ml A lint skirt tor i tulk limd md uilh in unisiblt 7ippti is 00 CiicltIK ShttI mcl itt is ir( is lou is ISO not si nil nou toi I ii it In r illiv sIRI C it ilo, m md llslikthum> i shoppm; Mm) ri) lit m tin hi irt ol Scot! mil The other choice he says is to make the labor market more accessible to women I-our barriers now dis- courage the majority of homemakers from entering the labor market he said These include poor pay and the lack of equal for equal work virtual exclusion from many ot flexibility in in solutions to allow husband and wife to work lull time sharing the housework and a lack of qualified housework support services such as day care Dr Ross proposed paving houseworkers one of three salaries a month 90 an hour or 40 an hour The a month homemakers salary which would cost the federal government 6 billion in lost taxes would be financed without a tax increase if all personal exemptions were eliminated Dr Ross said The 90 wage equivalent to the federal minimum wage would represent a net cost of 3 billion To finance this wage a straight increase in taxes would cost each tax- payer an average of 100 a vear The third scheme involving a 40 hourly wage would cost billion Calendar Ihc Ladies oi the Old Iimeib Pemmican Club will hold a whist patty tonight at 7 JO p m in the club rooms 9th St and 5th Ave S There will be a Christian Science public meeting held at 7 JO p in Wednesday in the (.hutch auditorium 1203 4th Ave S Everyone welcome Sweet Adelines Chapter meets 8pm each Wednesday at 420 12th St S in the church basement Prospective members welcome to attend Fust United Chuich Women will hold a general meeting at b 30 p m Thursday There will be a potluck supper serv- ed with craft lessons lollowing All women of First United and friends welcome Iheie will be a training meeting tor guide com missioners and leaders held at 7 50 p m at the Scout Hall This will be followed a meeting of the I etlibndge Guldens Club Flit Lc-thbndge Multiple Sclerosis SoueU will hold a 25th anniversary meeting at 7 50 p m Wednesday in the limitary hospital Persons in- teiested in MS or wishing to learn more on research in the held aie invited to attend Mis Edna LaForge ex (Hiitive director prairie du ision will be guest speaker Hie Auxiliary to UK Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Gait School ot Vnsmg will hold a potluck luncheon at 12 )0 Wednesdav in tht nurses lounge The Kgulai meeting will follow and a good attendance is re- quested The Bridge Citv Toast mistress Club will meet at 7 iO p m Wednesday at 1911 15th St S tor this week only tuture meetings will be held as usual in Room 3 of the u Hhl r V UK y C iljlc I We Simple K t DDRl S TO M M iqcjK Mr If N ir i Amr in Ni j LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number per week until won) 1st GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary to Canadian Legion ;