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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April M, IMS THt UTHMtW HIMIO 13 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: You frequently stand up for down- trodden groups nea telephone apentors, waitresses and office janitors. Win ipeafc op in behalf of the data peopte? fte been a data for tour years and am 'to of bum jokes about computers and the people who operate them. Hardly a day goes by that we don't bear sotte- one knock "tfaaM damned computers" for fouling up a bill or rednong humans to numbers. Numbers are avtat mare personal thai names. There are tbootands of John Joneses or Bill Smiths but there is only one 4U7JBSS1. i ___.. The next time a camputer mesoes you up, ack yourself tae'ouMtionr Did yen fin out the form properly? Did you write you tad; fold, spindle, staple or mutilate the card? Everyone ought to work in a computer room for one day and see what caa happen when one person fails to follow a simple aet of Instructions. A single bent card COB lam up two mflBoB doDars worth of equipment for hours. 'Thanks for letting me apeak my piece. Char in Cham- Students Produce Own Television By KIJTU REID ilATKESON, Oei. (CP) Kiasetla, principal of Jeaeph H. Kenedv public school in Nurttxrn Ontario community near Tim- minf, obviously that education should be tHmilatiag. Talk to tte enrolled in 1 lo at thb "rural" school and you will fiad them bursting with and extittment over the plan for Irish Priests Play Cupid To Lower High Spinster Rate DUBLIN (AP) Priests are playing cupid in a bid to Irish eyes affain TEXAS WMMtS From the dnfemrt of rht fashion Association thow colorful, summer. Ufl to right, a of a white pbatad bloowo in Eneron polywltf dotted in block by Top it with ift own Srjng of white pcorlt. For yowhful mill a by Main Hoi in navy and Docron ope CHAR: K's to 'know te these monsters. H had the feeling compttenedbUb the same torn Ch One (A Year LONDON (AP) The aver- age Briton buys one suit of .clothes a year, clothing indus- try statistics indicate. Keep Color Sprinkle a little femon fact over apples and bananas sliced for salads to prevent UDIES... JUST ARRIVED! SMAtt SIZE SHOES -i Sizes 4 and XVa ASSORTED STYLES COLORS MM Gold Mode Brown erae ese mons. weraeot out by computers. If it's all the same torn rTratber be one of ft. thousands of Mary Joneses Ban the only f DEAR ANN LANDERS: .Your reply to Big Q burned me op to tie AH my Hfe I've beardtt said the femate is the bit [loser in the game called unmarried love. How about the buy who gets hooked by a dame he wouldn't be teen in public; let alone marry, if her old. man hadn't stuck a gun in hiTribs? I'm one of those guys and I can Wl yourfs lousy Kfe. The girl I marrred bad nothing gomg for her but round heels.' No. one has expressed one word of sympathy for me or for the thousands of other sockers who got trapped the' same way. Be fair, will you of El Paso DBAS ED: The stakes can be high when you play with maiUKt mpcriilfr if the match is no natch. From your letter H doemt iound Ske your wife got' much of a'bargain, either, Traditionally, the Irishman is t reluctant bridegroom. The country's marriage rate is a low .5 per population. Giris in freliod are twice as likely as jris hi Britain to remain ipins- ers. The cities all have more single women than men; Dub- lin's ratio near 1. is tremendously difficult for single men and women to meet ig DubUn." says Rev. Mi- dnel who bm become something of an expert on Irish marriage problems. "The dance balls apd beat clubs are taken over by teen-agers and there's almost nowhere for the more mature to meet socially." In the more isolated------ areas, men outnumber women. About 30 per cent of the smaller farmers are unmarried. Girl who have tasted city life don' want to go down on the farm Many of those who have crossed the Irish to work in Brit ain, don't want to return at all The'octogenarian Archbisho Joseph Walsh, now retired, has said: "They are 'attracted by the bright lights of the.ciio in both Britain and the United States, but it's heartbreaking to see then: go. So many never come back." The archbishop and sh Ireland bishops set up a Mar; age Introductions Bureau at nock in'County Mayo'two ears ago. The' Anonymous Bachelor Club in Limerick fol- lowed last year. A third bureau as been founded at Kerry. In its two years the Knock bu- reau has received applica- tions. "No definite promise can be made that all who-apply will find a life warns an explanatory leaflet, "but all who register can rely on the bu- reau taking a keen personal m- erest in them and doing Rs best o help." Rev. Michael Keane, ,who op- erates the Knock bureau, esti- mates that toe West of Ireland has single men 45 and only girls in that age LANDERS: My husband is a great writer. Of ebeckvM is. The problem is tbmt frequently he doesnt. have' enough money in the bank to cover himself. _ from the telephone calls. At kast three times :a monii 1 have, to run around Kke crazy, borrowing "fctmn fajnfly' and friends to make bis checks good. rvetried to reason with him.bat K's useless. He racuses himself by saying, "Ms is my only I don't amke, drink, 'gamble or chase women. Be Any advice? MEL: Since U's hu. weakness, let, I wtth ft. From now on when a' telepbone ,-rt, to can HIM. Let htm nni around .town like crazy, ErrowmgZn fanuly Mends.' He might 'then decide to of what he ha, m the bank before cheers. What you to other side How you be sure your mamage mil work? Rend Ann bSlet "MMriage What To Bpect" Send your ur care Canada Wide Featee Ser- cud.; St James Street W., Montreal enctong a coin and a stamped envelope., mis month's project, or the re- sults of kst menth'i experi- ment. The most recent project un- dertake by the studeitx was the production of their owi ttle- visioa programs. Tiirty-five Grade 7 and I pupik al- lowed three away from lie regular classroom rwtjne to participate personally in writ, ing, directing, (tagiag and film ing their own short film. Four television taar cam- eras, and four videotape recor- ders were nde araOafcte ta the students. Working under the direction of Don Kelly, of the educational television branch at the Ontario department of education, and Clyde Armstrong, an English consultant from the department the pupils explored sunder 01 techniques to devekp me var ious shows they had prepared. Mr. Kinsella had Invited the men from the educational tele- vision branch of the departnm and had arranged for the equip- ment to enable the students to learn television techniques. H hopes to have equipment of this nature in the school by October During the winter just pas' about S3 students took part in pollution investigation project. In a surprise assembly, they were herded into 'the school ym, where they had to put up blurred films bring shown on the walls, public address sys- tem feedback, the stench o! burning film, four television sets staring cotting but flip- ing lines, fUshing road-block riming signals, end bUring dns, record players and recorders. After the assembly, they wert given a week to explore the rar- ous aspects of pollution, and choose one specific area for ia- nuive study. One of the results was a vari- ety show written, directed and acted by the students them-, lives. BINGO Scandinavian Hall. IJth St. "C" N. Fri., April 24th itafh'irt f.m. Docn Opm et 5 Cards for GOU> CARDS PAY EACH Ith ami llrti Gam in 7 WORTH Jackpot In 59 Sorry No OM Under U Almnd Identity of applicants is kept secret until they consent to its disclosure lo a prospective part- ner. Once the mutually agreed introduction is made, the'bu- reau steps back. No applications are accepted from persons under 21 and the boot fides of overseas applicants are" care- studied. REMOVE STAIN Hoist table salt win remove egg stain from table silver. Ruby Pierson FIRST WITH WIGS IN SOUTHERN ALTA. Pertenalized Service .Experienced Hair Styiisti of Wiai 7 Different Style! to choose from RUBY MBtSON Shoppon' World rk. GREEN'S SHOES on SIXTH STREET SOUTH Bcranpn-oNi COAT PAINT CMIOH 7.95 _ OH. FREDDIE'S WAIL KOOR COVERING i. M1..W-4S40 MODEL 716 HOOVER UPRIGHT VACUUM BONUS OFFER BATHROOM SET ValiM 7.tS FWw'.Tg mop