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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Hot pants selling like 'hot cakes Fridoy, F.bruory IHf LCTHMIOGt HOALD if NEW YORK (AP) De- partment stores across the United States says hot pants are selling extremely well, de- spite the chilly weather. An Associated Press survey showed, however, the short shorts are only for the young, the shapely and the brave. Al- most all stores said customers for hot pants were under 30 and usually slender. Night clubs and restaurants, relaxing with the midi after the trauma of the mini and pants suits, took a wait-and- see attitude toward the shorts. have to see how the customers said a spokesman for a Washington night club. Even the girls who are wearing hot pants put some limits on the style. 'They're really fun to wear, but I don't see them for the said Nancy Palmer, U.S. repre- sentative for the Lanvin fash- ion house. Miss Palmer said she bought her first pair in Paris and wore them to a private cocktail party. What about the weather? "1 certainly wasn't any colder than m a Miss Palmer said. In chilly New York, the Bergdorf Goodman depart- ment store reported the new shorts were "seUirng fantasti- cally; no sooner do they get in a new shipment than they go out." Both sexes to be allowed in competition NEW YORK (AP) Despite staunch opposition from women teachers, the board of educa- tion has voted to allow girls to compete with boys in such non- contact sports as swimming and tennis in New York City schools. The vote Wednesday to ratify Chancellor Harvey Scribner's recommendation was 3 to 1. Dr. Mary E. Meade, the only fe- male board member, cast the opposing vote. HAM SUPPER IN THE CARDSTON ST. ANDREWS' UNITED CHURCH HALL Mon., Feb. 22nd, p.m. Adults SI.SO Children (under 12) 75c Family Tickr-l SS.OO GAIT SCHOOL OF NURSING DRAW WINNERS -Component Radio and Tope Recorder MRS. IDA SEIIZ, Medicine Mat Drawn for on January 30th Contest Feb. 6th Winner RUTH MEtVIN, Senior Class Money Doll ED SHARDIOW, Lethbridgs -Transistor Radio KEN tARSON, tethbridge Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 hope my letter helps others who have the same sickness 1 am now getting over. It stalled as a small case of suspicion, then it grew to insane jealousy Finally I became so distrustful of my wife that I began to imagine all sorts of tilings. It got so bad 1 couldn't find a minute's peace; I found myself checking the mileage on her car. looking for tread marks in tte driveway, rum- maging through the garbage for letters or notes. 1 measured the liquor in the bottles and Kept records. I was up every night listening for the back door to open. I was sure my wife was entertaining a lover while I slept. What makes all this so hideous is that my wife is a fine person. I had no reason to doubt her. Three months ago she gave me a choice either pack up and get out of the house or go to a psychiatrist. She said my accusa- tions and continual checking were turning her into a nervous wreck. Well, Ann, Tic in therapy now and getting well. I feel like the luckiest man alive. What makes it so frightening is that my crazy ideas seemed logical at the time. There must be others who are suffering from this same sickness, so please print this letter for them. It might help. Anytown, U.S.A. DEAR A: Here it is, and I'm sure it will. _ THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "The mon of the house gets all the neckwear he needs from my mother." SIMPSONS-SEARS J anies Last Does his This Weekend Only ea. Other Polydor Records From Our Stock ONLY Q66 Enjoy the Latest Sounds of James Last Playing EL CONDOR PASA, AQUARIUS, HANKEY PANKY, EVERYBODY LOVES A LOVER and BLOWING IN THE WIND Also James Last's Non Stop Dancing No. 11 Also Heintje's New Big Hits Personal Shopping Only Please STORE HOURS 9 a.m. lo p.m. Doily; Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Closed Wednesday at p.m. Centre Village 2nd Avenue and 13th Street N. Teleihop 328-6611 of local h appenng The Golden Mile Drop-ln- Centre will be entertained and served iiuich by lite cubs, of the 5th Lethbridge Troup iSouthminster Church) at i p.m. Friday, Feb. 20, in Souili- minster hall. Interested per- sons are asked to please come and support the cubs in this project. The Board of Directors ot the Lethbridge and District Old- timers' Club will meet in the club rooms on 9 St. S. at 9 p.m., Monday. A full attendance is requested to as- sist in the finalization of annual reports to be presented at the upcoming annual meeting. The Faith Rebekah Lodge will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the Oddfellows hall. Members i are asked to bring items for Uie auction which will be held after the meeting. Visiting Re-! bekalis welcome to attend. The Lethbridge Old Time Dance club will be holding an- other of their fox trot, circle- two step dances at the As- sumption School (24 St. and 14 Ave. Saturday at p.m.. Live music with the Western- i I crs. Everyone welcome. Southminster circle scmare j dance club will hold a gradua-1 tion party for its learners I group in Southminster hall, Saturday at p.m. Lunch; will be catered, orders taken' till p.m. The general meeting of Mc- Killop UCW will be held j Wednesday, at 3 p.m. in the j I committee room. The Associated Canadian j Travellers, Ladies Auxiliary, 1 annual February dance will be j held at the 702 Wing, Saturday. All members and guests vrel- i conic. love is... helping her make bed. Tommy Elkin age 12 decorated his room with Armstrong Place 'n Press Exceion floor tile In 90 minutes, Place n Press is ins easiesf do-it-yourself ills ever, "guct" is gone. The adhesive Is already on ids oack. It sticks by if self. i. Peel ovf the paper. 2. Place tiia in Gos'tian, 3. down. It's as simple as that! Cover up old tile, linoleum or most basement concrete. Goes anywhere as long as the floor Is flat, it's neat end SD fast people are "racing" for beautiful Place 'n Press cuts with household scissors. Uss Seffove- tiies to cover tables, line cupboards, drawe-s shelve-. Remember the name is what you do. The tile itisr's iun AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING DEALERS Jordan; Rugs 315 6th Street S., lethbridge, Alberto (Armstrong United Farmers ef Alfa. Co-op 3131 2nd Ave. N. Lethbridge, Alta. @rmstrorlg Ace Building Supplier 433 24th St. N. tethbridge, Aita. lealta Building Supplies 1256 13th St. N. lethbridge, Alia. Advance Lumber Co. Ltd. 13th and 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge, Alta. Revelstoke Building Materials Cor. 3rd Ave. 17th St. S, Phone 327-5777 Beaver lumber Co. ltd. 1701 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridgo, Alta. Bird Building Supplies 113 13th St. N. Lethbridge, Alta. (Armstrong St. Louis Furniture lie Slh Slroet S. Lelhbridge, Alia. Capitol Furniture Store 326 Sih St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. Hamilton's Floor Coverincp 909 3rd Avenue S.. lalhbridgc, Alberla Sof-Wok Carpet' 1007 3rd Avn. S lethbridge. Alia COMPARISON PROVES Our Food Prices ARE Lower! Prices effective until closing, Saturday, Feb. 20th TABLE RITE SPARE RIBS CHOICE YOUNG PORK Ib. TABIE RITE Shoulder Steak Youn9Pork lb 45c TABLE RITE Loin Pork NABOB COFFEE 8c off 2-lb. pkg. FIVE ROSES Flour WHITE OR Sugar HEINZ KetchiiR......... NABOB ASST, Jelly Powders WHITE GRANULATED beg 10-lb, bag 3-oi, pkgi. CLARKS TOMATO SOUP 10-fl. or, tins 9 for LYNN VAUEY Peaches or Pears M-oi. tins for HEINZ STRAINED OR JUNIOR MACARONI Macaroni Dinners nft 7'Xt-oi. pkgs. for APPLES CANADA FANCY MclNTOSH VU PACK CASE CANADA NO. 1 Cabbage 2.-. W[ RfStRVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;