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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE lETHBRIDOE HERALD Tuesday, February 15, 197? Carnival queen contestants: seven students vie for crown JL'nE TL'JIIC SliiH Wrilrr The couk'.slanl.s have ;i vari- I'ocaliunal siiirjcnl, Gwcn lilies; civ of backgrounds iintl inter- lo swim, ski and ccok. Bathins Iwaulics arc usually i'Ms, and Hie ctoii queen will, hlls brought out by the sun. hut, represent the LCC at all ski chl, tl.ics funcuons (Hiring her1 1. chilly weather lures Lhc bjsl in the west Lo show Ihsir charms. The LethbridKe Community M-II to voraLiima] ;IR- Collcge, is sponsoring its fifth rii-tiliiirc, and is an nuldnor rw- anmml Chinook IViniur C'.inii- j, val, which got underway ivilh Ihe Peppy Family in concert on Sunday evening. Festive Fun, with lots of ac- tion planned, will conLinui1 throughout Hie week. Crownins of the Chinook Carnival Queen al the Saturday niglil Ciiharel, ivill wind up the- affa-r. Seven pretty contestants will'' vie fur the honor of represent- rciiiion Rl.iulenl herself, jjig their scliool as college joys all types of spor.s, Family Living licr huiiil at cook'inp and is fas- U'ina ted hy hoyoscapcs. She scws sionally. Rose Sullivan, a marketing major, likes lo dance and es- penally enjoys jazz and tan, as well as modern dance. She is learning to ski and likes lo be people. A nursing student from Fort McMurray, D e b b i o Chase, conrLs curling as her favoriie f-'port and has an interest in The girls will be judged by j RfismHssen. prsfessio.ial j mcfiL'l, .Jim i7.1Jiolt, radio an-1 1 noiniccr and Werner Schmidt, COLLEGE BEAUTIES Of rSese seven oltrndive young Indies, one will be chosen as queen of the Chinook Winter Car-iival The con lesion Is, students a I ihe Leth- bridge Community College, will be judged on talent, poise end school participation. The crown- ing will rnke place on Saturday. Left lo right, Teresa Acehaida, Debbie Chase, Wendy Gwen Pol- lock, Rose SuKivan, Hieulca and Sharon Garbcr. Now techniques for deaf I hildren EDMONTON fCPi A ricaf child should become a confi- dcni. self-suppjrlinp individual in a sncioty of a drug." Tha! i Sonia Laur- ras. llrs. France 1971, spent-l'2 days in a hypnosis-induced sleep and hypnotist Yvon Vva. the in- ducer, claimed it was a world record. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes NEW YORK (API lit- tic girls need liberation from 21 bullying boys, says a p-oup nf u omen from Suffolk County. Long Island. The girls represent Ihe nf the alphabet. The boys arc i the consonants. And all 26 are caricatured in a program called Alpha One used in schools throughout (lie C.S. to teacli i first gralers. their ABCs. To ihe Suffolk v.omen. tbc; program is blainnlly Kexist. be- cause the girl vowels are J i .shown weak, ucoping crea- lures v.iio must ask the chauvin- isl consonants for protection i and support. prt'.stiHs a very poor image for liitle g'.rls." said Mrs. i Lois Rodriguez, a kindergarten I does not use Iho 1 a spokeswoman j for -Suffolk Women's Liberation. The multimedia package, in- 1 eluding books, filmslrips and posters, gives cnch Idler a sex and a personally i The letter-people's interne- lions with one another in Alpha I Land, bow Miss A gels along with Mr. T, for 1 meant to help children learn word for mat 3on from real-life situations. Wh.nl tht> femiiiKst mothers are pretesting are such loo-real situations as llu1 one where Mr. C and Mr. K determine which vowels belong lo them. Says Mrs. Rodriguez. "The whole idea of girls belonging lo boys is awful. The girls are never cun.suKcd." She and four oilier women dis- cussed their complaints Dr. Bernard Kaudc-rcr, chief ex- ecutive officer of New Dimen- sions in Education, Inc., which produces the program. In an atmosphere be de- scribed as 'somewhat K.iuclerer said he defended liis Alpha One program on the basis that il aims at slioumg co-oper- ation and sharing among all llui letters. Bui he al.so promised that he would look into Ibp charges, which he says involve1 just one-half of one per cent of the total Alpha One package. Kauricrt-'r al.-o .said Uiat after [he feminist, dcmanils became known, ihc company bnd re- ceived 'a good ileal of mail from teachers who say (hal if is not sexist nd alendar o oca "Do you realize you've washed over fifty dollars at the beaufy shop this PERLUX DRY CLEANING SALE SALE CONTINUES vUH I J 5pring or Summer (Lighf nnd Med.) (Plain) SWEATERS SKIRTS PANTS or SLACKS PERLUX CLEANERS 410 5th SI. S. FREE PICK-UP Phone 327-3666 CROFTON HOUSE SCHOOL rsr. isys n.c. Western Oldest Rcsidcnli.il and Day School'fnr Gtrl5. Boarders: Gndcs JV lo XII Day Girls: Grades T lo XII Applicaljoni for entrance in Scpicmkv. 197: shnnfd h? re- ceived ari soon as possihlc. Pcr.sonnl inlcrvicws unil entrance Icsis will he held .11 Ihc school; Grades March II Grades H, III, March 7 Grades V, Mnrch U Special Ic.stlnR iirriinficmcnLs can he mnde for nut-nf-loTm Personal inlcrvicu.s nil] be nrrancccJ for Grade I applicant. I or infurmniion find illitxirfilr.il prospect in apply to: MISS K. W. 1200 Wcbt 4IM Avenue, Vnncmivcr 13, P.C. Telephone: 263-32.W fArcn Code f.04) Ti'.c1 CiiiiiODk Pensioners and i Senior Cilizt'iis affiYinied v.ilJi l.ho Provincial and X.'iticnal Pen sinners and [Senior Citzens OrRanizrlion. j will meet at p.m. ir m I 2 cf Ihri Civic Spoils CejLrc nrc rcmintlc'd lo bnn.u Vzlenline bnkc gcrids. sucli a? t-akes and cookies. Following Iho judging and awarding ot prizes, hnhic.? bo auction- ed Following Iho business j meeting, cnierlainmcnl and [lunch have been arranged. 1 Membership cards for 1972 will i avail Ti'ar.spoi-tation be arrongcd as usual. Mem- bers and friends welcome i The Ladies of St. Peter and St. Paul's will hold a reg- j nbr meclirg on Tuesday at B p.m. in the parish Ibs'- j esses will be Mrs. J. Kundrik i Sr. and Mrs. J. Kuudrik Jr. j j Anne Campbell Singers will sponsor a recital on March 10 aL Momoria] Cciiiro, i with Kalie Johnson, soprano, of Ijpihhridgc and Calgary. The SpriiiR Sing hold i April ifi at the Cfntrc. j F.iilh and Dcinniiun Rc'n'knli j will hold a buffet .sun- I al Sven Ericksen's Family lie.slauranL on Wrdncsday at fi 1 IV nirlman Rivrr Rollers fJiiild will hold a workshop on the n.se of materials found in i nauire. to ofJiuhicU'd by Bob Hum. Wednesday p.m. at fJio Boivmai? Ari Ccnlrc. Tlie Fort square r'ancers M'ill hold Ihe regular dance en Wednesday a: p.m. in the clemi'iitary schcnl Kvcryone welcome. are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups. Rosalia House will hold a luncheon for Lhc clergy and Ihoir wives al Ihe Friendship Centre at p.m. on Wed- r.csday. HASTE MAKES WASTE VANCOUVER (CPi A lot, of people appear lo have han-1 died their Christmas card mail- ing in too great a hurry. The Vancouver post office reports that it ended Hie J97I Yulctidc season with 44.000 Christmas oards and letters undelivered because they lacked such vital information as street mldresses, destinations and. in some cases, the names of the people they were intended for. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing; ono number per week until won) lit GAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by latlipt Auxiliary to Cnnndinn legion mi tm Buy one pair of pantyhose at Regular Ll T LS4.1J..L VJ-X Bi t Price. Gel a second pair Sears Own Panty Hose Your support problems end here with Scors lively support panly hose. Heavenly wahi lo loe comforl. 20 denier s'relch hose. Colors of Honey, Beige, o' Brown, White, Hin! o' Navy. Sizes, Small, Medium, Large, Qxlra Large. Reg. pair 2 Pair Queen Size Panty Hose Sheer 20 denier seamless mesh leg knif 'o a 40 denier panly. Special back panel gives o superbly comfortable fil. Fits 1EQ.210 Ibs. Elastic waistband. of Hinl o' BIOWFI, Hinl of Beige and Autumn Smoke. Reg. pair Comfortable Queen Size Pant) Hose Nude lieol and remforced 1oe. Special panel give a more comfortable fil. Sheer 20 denier seamless mesh 'eg knil onlo an opaque panty. Has elastic wcmlbond. Fits' 215-245 Ibs. Colors of Hint o' Beige, Autumn Smoke and Hint o' Brown. Reg, pair Biulpcl Reg. 88c pair f pair Regular 20 40 denier panly. Fit -Ibl. Reinforced loc wilh made heel. Colors Deige, Him o' Opaque 30 10 waisl. Colors Dark Brown, Fil Pantyhose r.eg. 99c pair 77c 20 denier leg, 40 denier panly, fili ladies from 150 to 195 Ibn Flatters legs smoothly and com- fortably. Sewn toe. Available In Grey, Mist find Beige. YOUR CHOICE Take your pick nt Hiin low Flops, np Ictcs, hand and shoulder styles. Available in o variety of shiny vinyl cclois. Children's Mill Clearance Reg. Clulrlrrn's look Milli in Ncivy, Rcl nnd Whilo. (i loves Reg. Irothr; linrcj ylovoj ,n hrcwn ond hlnrlc. Onalily Coals TSo Al Si STORE HOURS: Opon Dnily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Tnurtday ond Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Villaga. TAlophonn 328-923 T ;