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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta hursdoy, Feb.uory II, 1971 THE LRHMIDCE HERALD Ann Landers j; Tliis is my third letter to you The homemaker BY ELIZABETH BAKTMAX, UlSTllItT HOME KtOXOMlST Sly I was telking to the TV repair man about the ft From The Human Race. DEAR READY: My first reaction to your letter was ._. -Ah- ha the Yale boys are writing phony letters again- Sol checked the postmark and to my surprise I see your Have you heard about Can- ada Standard Sizes (CSS) for hildrcn's clothing? Art they available at the store where shop for children's cloth- es? To overcome dissatisfaction with variation in sizes of cloth- ng from different manufac- ;urers and other sources the Consumers' Association of Can- ada initiated this standardiza- tion of children's garment sizes in 1947. Now there are at least 176 manufacturers who volun- tarily use this system of sizing. Hopefully, all qualities of chil- dren's clothing will have this system of sizing. Then it will be comparatively easy for a Canadian mother to buy cloth- ing that fits her child. This method, being based on bodj measurements rather than age of child, gives a logical, usefu sizing. The Department of Con sumer and Corporate Affairs has recently completed a air vey of how consumers and use this standard of! band of thick twill, not just a readv-to-wcarlfold of the garment raatena. ents has indicated This prevent them torn that SO oer cent of consumers ing out. I-iLai.} tBc si-pi Li aware of tte significance should closely spaced, espe-; fh7 rsl labe and 72 per cent dally in the crotch area, and! of tee garments purchased'. extend all the way to the ankle., were satisfactory in all ways.: lt a idea to allow: If vou happen to be one of the; to choose clothing for, 7 per cent who do not prefer I themselves that is within j CSS for sume reason or other. young children vou may expect to cnange your I have coior preferences if given mind Work to rectify com-1 an opportunity to express >laint- has already started. thcm j reaily think it is of Obtain your copy of the CSS sUe charts from my ot- fice. Safety-pins with plastic heads are less safe than or- dinary pins because they break eaiily The pins with the steel heads, which slide up to un- fasten and down to hold the pin great value to the child when mother gives due consideration to this. Mother has such an important role to play in form- ing the child's future outlook. rial would wear oul too quick- ly. This one would be better because the colors would match, or whatever son. Even quite young children will think of these tilings be- fore making a decision. What an opportunity for both child and mother! Color has been the centre of many a battle royal at the clotliine counter. This shows he importance color has for ill of us. However, it the child ikes a poor choice in color, >et an inexpensive skirt, shirt )r pyjamas in that color. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. SHE FEEDS THE ASTRONAUTS-Rita M. Rapp, who has won government awards for her work demonstrates the Stuart A. Roosa journied to the moon. MARQUIS BEAUTY SALON Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phone 328-2276 ANNOUNCEMENT PHYLLIS HORNET is now managing The Marquis Beauty Salon She ii well qualified having spent three years in hairstyling in Red Deer. She Specializes in PERM, TINTS, AND HAIRCUTS PERM SPECIAL! Reg. 12.00 J NOW i Special Also Available At: GOBY'S BEAUTY SALON 322 13th St. N. Phone 327-5687 got, honey, but it you find out you 'ought Y have a hunch you're sending out cod- ed vibrations that are being picked up by some local decoding experts. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I used to think, "Oh hell, why not take drugs get as much pleasure out of We as possible Tie world is'in lousy shape. Troubleeverywhere you ooL Then one day I met a woman with a mentally retarded S. He was a sweet little boy about eight, but he couldnt do much for himself. He was like a two-year-old The mother had "taken the boy all over, trying to get help Hoping and faying that maybe somewhere a doc had something new something that would help her boy's mind develop. i Can to think about what I was doing to myself. Here was a mother who would give anything in the world if her boy could have a normal brain, and I was screwing mine up with pot and LSD. freaking out four nights a week, tt was like wad. I'm off the junk now and it was easier I thought All I needed was to keep reminding myself of that mother and her little boy. The preaching and scare stuff didnt make a dent but somehow that mother got to me, Ann. Please print my letter. It might mean something to soraebody.- DEAR OFF: Here it is. I hope it connects. DEAR ANN: My heart went out to the mother who feared her children would love their rich grandparents more than the poor grandparents because the former frequently brought lavish presents. The poor grandparents brought only hearts filled with love. I'd like to add something to your advice. The attitude of the children's parents is vital. If they wax wildly enthusiastic over the expensive gifts the kids will soon sense what is or money. We had the same situation in our family. Our children, now grown, love both sets of grandparents for what they ARE- not for what they gave. Montana DEAR M.: Your additional comments are valuable and I appreciate them very much. Thanks for writing. North Lethbridge New Plastic Items for Spring .89 SAVE MORE! MORE! MORE! at DUNLOP FORD! WE'RE mj muimi PLASTIC TRASH BARREL Trash barrel with metal carrying handles and lock-tight cover. 6 gallon size, heavy duty quality. Ideal size for a flour bin. Assorted colors. ONLY 1 each 59 STEMS FOOD GRATER Complete with bowl. Ideal for grating and shredding of foods for salads. ft TOWEL HOLDER Takes standard size paper towel CUTLERY TRAY Jumbo size 1 1 V. DELUXE DRAIN TRAY Size Moulded of quality O SOFT POLY 10 Qt. Pail A must at this price. 79 ITEMS SQUARE DISH PAN With handles. DELUXE PAIL 12 qt. quality poly with heavy rim. DELUXE DISH PAN Round. i JUMBO BASIN Round. I OVAL DISH PAN Ovol, Assorted colors in all RUBBERMAID PLASTICS FLAME A 42-alarm colour from Rubbermaid. A .bold new colour for Rubbermaid home oc. cessories. Come in and check our complete stock in this hottest new colour. RUBBER MAID SHELF LINERS Easy to install, lies flot. Stays in place with- out odhesives or tacks. Woshoble-lt wipes cleon wilh a damp sponge. In While, Tur- quoise, Avocado and Gold. Reg. 1.98. NOW 1.57 Reg, NOW 1.57 Hoyt's North Lethbridge k IETHBRIDGE' 328-4441 ideas from Ford! PIHTO FROM in LETHBRIDGE! MUSTANGS For 18 to 50 Year Olds! You asked for them and brought them in. Drop in and MI> them this week at your TOTAL TRANS- PORTATION CENTRE. The Ultimate in luxury MUSTANG GRANDE Dark Green metallic, While vinyl Landau roof, 351 2V, aulo. transmission, P.S., P.D.B., two tone gree, bucket seats, console, white walls sporty wheel covers, and many other Ford better ideas. Inexpensive Zoom! MUSTANG 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Sportsroof Grabber. Green, White vinyl in- terior, buckets, floor shift. 351 4V Cleavland V-8, auto, trans., trim rings, locking differential, 'dual racing mirrors, console. F70xU tires. The Sporty Thoroughbred MUSTANG MACH I Ermine White, paint stripes, rear spoiler, 351 4V Cleavland V-8. Auto, trans., floorshift, P.S., P.D.B., dual racing mirrors, Med. Blue bucket seats, console, in- strument group and many other Ford better ideos. We're off to a good start in 1971 ond we'rs "red hot ond Our selec- tion of new and used cars has never been better and we ore offering mid- winter discounts on every car in stock. See us this week and drive home a bargain 4 Fresh new inventories Over 175 cars in stock Instant used car appraisals 12 courteous salesmen Now buy the best for less Record breaking deals All colors, models, equipment Fast deliveries Fast credit terms SPECIAL HERE IT IS! MUSTANG MAVERICKS WITH FACTORY INSTALLED 302 V8's MAVERICK GRABBER 2 door. 302 V-8, auto, trans., floorshift, buckets. Consolette, D70xU wide ovols, Grabber Green and paint stripes. A hot one at a very low price. WANT A SLEEPER? THEN CHECK THESE TWO MAVERICK 2 DOOR 302 V-8, auto, trans., brite blue, bench seat, white walls, wheel covers. -Cvnw. MAVERICK 2 DOOR 302 V-8, 3 spd. stick on the floor. Bench- seat, deluxe in- terior, white walls and wheel HUGE SAVINGS ON THESE USED CARS, TOO! 1969 FAIRLANE 2-DR. H.T. Auto., power steering, radio. V-8, original miles. An exlra clean unit. RED HOT ROLLING SPECIAL 1969 MUSTANG 6 cyl., 3 spd. transmission. Radio. Sporty economical transportation. RED HOT <95Q5 ROLLINS SPECIAL THIS IS FORD COUNTRY WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? i TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF THESE 3 1965 STATION WAGONS AT ONLY I 1965 METEOR STATION WAGON Auto PS., radio, V-8, P.B. 1965 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 6 passenger, aulo. P.S., P.B., radio, V-8, o classy unit. I 1965 METEOR WAGON Aulo. trans., P.S., radio, V-8, on exlra clean unit. 1968 COUGAR P 8., P.S., radio, High performance 390-4 barrel carb., 4 speed trans., only miles like new. KED HOT AND ROLLING SPECIAL 1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD Auto. Irons., P.B., P.S., radio, 350 V-B, gun metal grey. A real high performer. RED HOT AND ROLLING SPECIAL "Your Total Transportation Centre" PHONE 328-8861 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE, 16lh AVENUE SOUTH ;