Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thunday, August JO, 1970 THE UTHBRIDCE 13 Boutique Bonus Of Free Man LONDON (Reuters) A Carnaby Street boutique is of- fering a free man to every free-spending girl customer. The boutique is promising a free blind by any girl spend- ing more than And the offer goes for mar- ried women as well. Owner Harry Fox explained: "We'll be handing out the computer dating forms to every girl, whether she's got a ring on her finger or not. Then it's up to her whether she takes it Senior Citizens Honeymoon In Vancouver PENTICTON, B.C. (CP) Eustace B. Godfrey, of Westlock, Alta., an evan- gelist of the Fellowship with Brethren, will be in North Vancouver next his honeymoon. He got married last week to Flora Kathleen Wood- land, 73, of this Okanagan Valley community, a week after they became engaged. Mr. Godfrey had been a widower for a year, Mrs. Godfrey a widow for two years. The two have known each other for more than 30 years, she said. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. Fri., Aug. 21st Starts at p.m. Doorl Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8lh and ]2lh Game5 in 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 52 Nos. Sorry No One Under 16 Yean of Age Allowed Sponiond by the Vata Lodgi Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Me-writing to you. I can't be- lieve it. But I have something to fact I want to shout it to the world. A wonderful thing has happened. My husband has stop- ped drinking. He might have experienced this miracle ten years ago if I hadn't been ashamed to admit I was mar- ried to an alcoholic. I guess I had to wait until things got so bad I was willing to do anything. Well, they got that bad four months ago. I took a friend's advice and attend- ed my first meeting of Al-Anon. What great I mot at that meeting! They never push themselves. They just let you know they are avail- able if you need them. I learned how to handle my shame and anxiety over my husband's drinking. I learned why people drink too much and what members of the family can do to help them. When I became better informed and able to cope with the problem of living with an alcoholic, my husband an- nounced he was ready to go to an A. A. meeting. And this is where the miracle happened. Tell your readers, Ann, if they have this booze trouble in their lives, to run, not walk, to the nearest telephone. If Al-Anon isn't listed, call the police station and ask where the nearest chapter is. The next step is to go there. It's worth the Canada DEAR ED: Thanks for your letter. Anyone who wants information about Al-Anon should write to the National Headquarters in New York. The address is: Al-Anon, Fam- ily Group Headquarters, Inc., P.O. Box 182, Madison Square Station, New York, New York 10010. Alcohol is no chortcut to social success. If you think you have to drink to be accepted by -your friends, get the facts. Read "Booza And Teen-Ageres by Ann Landers. Send 35 cents in coin and a long, self-adressed, stamped envelope with your request. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Hew do you account for the tire marks on that J CaLL Of oLocal Jvaenins Mr. and Mia. J. L. Kenney will be honored on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniver- sary at an open house Satur- day August 29 from 1-8 p.m. The open house is to be held at the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood 2707 21 Ave. S. It is requested that there be no gifts. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. from JOE GREEN'S Ties and Slipons by Savage and Buster Brown Goodyear Welt Oxfords by Savage and Busier Brown Wet Look by Wild Wooiley and Shindig Bold and Brassy Look by Wild Woolley See all the new fall styles now on display! GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET OPEN THURSDAY Till 9 P.M. Alberta Chief Addresses University Women Indian Image Of Brown White Man' By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) Some In- dians the federal govern- ment wants them to be "little brown white Adam Sol- way, of the Indian Association of Alberta, said here. Chief Solway was a member of a panel discussing Indian problems at the triennial meet- ing of the Canadian Federation of University Women. The meeting is attended by about 400 delegates representing the federation. At their suggestion, a concur- rent meeting of about 100 Indi- a n 5 representing friendship centres is being held, and the two _ groups are sharing study sessions on Indian problems. Chief Solway said Indians ob- ject to the proposals in a recent white paper by the federal gov- ernment that would remove all legal differences between Indi- ans and other Canadians. His comments were based on a so-called red paper of counter-proposals presented by Indians to the government. WOULD KEEP RESERVES He said Indians want reserves to be continued, and said the government is wrong in suggest- ing they do not now own their land. say that is not true. The land is held in trust by the Crown so that it cannot be bro- ken up. We say it must continue to be held in trust because the true owners of the land are not yet born." Chief Frederick Fiuin, presi- dent of the Union of Ontario In- dians, said the Indian affairs branch uses false propaganda to persuade the public they are doing all they can to help Indi- ans. He said the public must know better and act as intercessors for Indians. Walter Deiter, of Regina, president of the National Indian Brotherhood, said Indians arc united in support of the red paper. He said they want to do their own planning without out- side interference. Jn M Od Of own Mr. am' Mrs. Byron C. Palm- er, and their four children visit- ed in the city with tile former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Palmer, friends and relatives after spending three years in South America where Mr. Palmer has been working with the Organization of American States. The Palmers have now taken up residence in Logan, Utah Mr. Palmer will be s member of the faculty of the Utah State University. Mrs. J. McKclvcy and Mrs. R. Langworth have returned to Hie city after following a group tour of Europe. While abroad they attended the Passion Play at Oberammergau, Germany. mm We are preparing to move to our new location in the CENTRE VILLAGE MALL THESE ITEMS MUST BE SOLD THURSDAY 7 P.M. DOOR BUSTERS 100 45 R.P.M. RECORDS 2 for WESTINGHOUSE LIGHT BULBS 60W nnd 100W MOLDED PLASTIC SWIM POOL Reg. 3.66. NOW CLOTHES PINS Reg 59c. NOW YACHT MOP Reg. 1.15. NOW................ MEN'S LAMINATED JACKETS Sizes 38-42. Reg. 5.88. NOW------ I BOYS' PANTS 2-3x. Reg. 1.98. NOW I LADIES' SLACKS Size 12-18. Reg. 4.88. NOW..... GOLDEN VIGORO. Reg. n 7Q 4.79 and 5.49, NOW and LITTLE GIRLS' TERRY STRETCH TOP Reg. 1.98. NOW.............. LITTLE GIRLS' TERRY STRETCH SLIMS Reg. 3.89. NOW 29c 2.99 39c 87c 4.44 1.33 3.33 3.49 99c 99c FRIDAY 9 A.M. DOOR BUSTERS 100 45 R.P.M. RECORDS WILKINSON STAINLESS STEEL RAZOR Pkg. of 5. Reg. 73c. NOW BEACH BALL Reg. 29c. NOW GARBAGE BAGS Reg. 59c. NOW BOYS' CARDIGANS AND PULLOVERS Reg. 6.98 to 7.88. NOW........ ASSORTED TABLE LAMPS REDUCED TO LADIES' ASSORTED SWEATERS I GIRLS' SQUALL JACKETS Siz. 7-14. Reg. 8.98. NOW LADIES' TERRY TOWEL SHORTS Reg. 3.79. NOW LADIES' TERRY TOWEL TOPS Reg. 3.79. NOW BLADES 59c .9c 33c 4.33 50% 2.00 5.33 1.99 1.99 WIN A 1970 BARRACUDA During July and August Macleedt is giving away a 1970 Barracuda. Fill out and deposit the draw coupons while shopping in the store. 3.50 SELVEDGE EDGE ROOFING Green ond red. Reg. 4.25. NOW HARROW TEETH. Boxes of 50. Reg. 11.95 8.00 12.00 to 14.95. NOW DIAMOND HARROWS. Reg 16.25. NOW GRAIN GRINDER. 2 only. Eft ftft Reg. 74.95. NOW ...........JU.UU DRAWBAR 3 only. Oft AA Reg. 35.50. NQW ............OU.VU SUNBEAM SNOW BLOWER. 1 only. 1 QC Reg 169.95. NOW IU7.7J MILKER VACUUM PUMP ond TEAT -JF WASHER. Reg. 134.95. NOW J.UU ROPE BINDING HOOKS. Reg. 35c. NOVf....... NO. 80 SPEED CHAIN. 80 ft. only. 1 FA Reg. 2.19 per ft. NOW, PER FT. I BALE ELEVATORS 20 ft. no 75 Res. 115.75. NOW 24 ft. Reg. 132.75. NOW ELECTRIC HOME GARDENER. 3.6 omp motor. Cultivates and tills. Reg. 39.50. NOW SEWING MACHINE. 1 only Core- nado. Reg 63.95. NOW USED SEWING MACHINE. 1 only. Reg. 49.95. NOW------ H USED WRINGER WASHER 1 only. NOW LAWN TABLE AND UMBRELLA. I only Reg. 69.95. NOW HOME GUARD SUPER QUALITY INSULATION. Reg. 2.39. NOW t USED 23" FLEETWOOD COLOR TV. 1 only. New picture tube. CIO AA Reg. NOW (with trade) 3Z7.UU 117.75 mp motor. 22.00 48.77 39.95 29.95 49.95 1.75 SATURDAY 9 A.M. DOOR BUSTERS 100 45 R.P.M. RECORDS REBEL GOLF BALLS O OQr Reg 3 for 2.29. NOW..... ''for I nndf Off MO. ,ZU 10 PRICE 3.99' Y2 PRICE! i LADIES' PANTIES. Sizes S.M.I. 7 OOp i Reg. 59c NOW....... for O7fc I I S. K. WAYNE SOCKET SETS........ I ALL OF OUR BIKES HAVE BEEN REDUCED MEN'S JACKETS Reg. 5.55. NOW i ASSORTED CHRISTMAS CARDS i INFANTS' SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRTS. Size 12 months to 6 yean. 1 OO i Reg. 1.98. NOW............... I GIRLS' RAIN AND SHINE JACKETS, t Ml Sizes 7-14. Reg. 7.49. NOW I i LITTLE GIRLS' RAIN AND SHINE COATS n Qft I Sizes 3-6x Reg. 8.98. NOW BOYS' JACKETS (J Oft Sizes 4-6. Reg. 3.98. NOW MEN'S FLARE CASUAL PANTS n 70 I Sizes 28-34. Reg. 4.00. NOW BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS, SHORT SLEEVE. Sizes 8-16. Res. 1.99. NOW HI CAPACITY QRAIN AUGERS 2-11' 1-16' t RIMS 14" and EACH LAWN FENCES Reg. 5.15. NOW SNOW FENCING 100 feet. Reg. 34.95. NOW While shopping In Madeods sure fa dig into our Pot of Gold for a chance to win merchandise prizes from a cup of coffee to electric kettles. SLEIGHS AND TOBOGGANS FLEX HARROWS Reg. 35.75. NOW ELECTRIC BROOM 1 only. Reg. 29.95. NOW 3 BRUSH FLOOR POLISHER 1 only. Reg. 52.95. NOW REGINA UPRIGHT VACUUM 1 only. Reg. 49.95. NOW CORONADO DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE. 1 only. Reg. 284.00. 100 AA I NOW I 77.VU I USED VIKING SEWING MACHINE 1 only..................... 32.951 .....42.95, 6.35, .....3.151 30.95( 20% Off, 26.75 ....22.951 .....39.95, 42.95 9.991 FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE 426 6th Street South OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.