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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 3, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 LEGS, LEGS, LEGS Girlwatchers in Lethbridge have a yariety'of specimens to admire especially in summer (J-amily No Class Distinction In Summer Riviera Attire SAINT TROPE Z, France (Reuters) Long skirts, long tangled hair, bare feet and an occasional bare bosom beneath a see-through shirt constitute the "in" look here this summer. Anything goes at this mecca for eccentric clothes on the French Riviera, provided it is unconventional and slightly sloppy- This season you cannot tell the difference between hippies and wealthy socialites. Maxi-skirts easily outnumber blue jeans and minis, the ac- cepted uniforms here for the last five summers. If hemline lengths are still an indecisive affair in Paris, the maxis are winning here, al- though see-through tops provide some compensation for girl- watchers at popular cafe around the port. Bosoms are distinctly in evi- dence beneath unlined flesh- toned fishnet tops, lace blouses and sheer cotton shirts. Following long skirts and see- through tops, batik prints are erne of the season's dominant new fashion looks. Tee shirts, polo shirts am straight unfitted ankle-length sheaths made of cotton are warp printed in a medley of bij smudgy patterns, often centred with a giant medallion at the front and back, or scatterec smudges that suggest drops of ink on blotters. r TOP TEN LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERSI Tick off the you wont and ui. You'll receive your for only each. Pleate Add I5c Poilago on Ordtn ond 1. LONG AND WINDING ROAD-Beatlw i. GIMME DAT DING-Pipkinl 3. MY BABY IOVES LOVIN'-The Whit. 4. MlSSISSIPI-John Phillipl 5. MAMA TOLD ME-3 Dog Night e. LAY DOWN (Candles In Tho 7. WONDER OF YOU-Elvii Prwliy I. STILL HILl-Happy Feeling 9. SONG OF JOY-Miguel Rioi 10. RIDE CAPTAIN Imogo COMING EVENTS Coming Soon To Lethbridge "IRISH ROVERS" WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., IETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS when legs are bared to the Huckleberry Finn are evident, Young Voyageurs Visit France OTTAWA Thirty young people representing all of Can ada's provinces and territories left for Paris recently from Montreal's Intemation.il Air- port. As guests of the French government, they will spend three weeks visiting Paris, the Somme Valley, Savoie, anc the regions of Boulogne and Ariege in the Pyrenees. The Canadian group, partici- pants in the secretary of state depart ment's Internationa Young Voyageur Program, wil take part in Connaissance de la France, a program of the French ministry of youth, sporl and leisure. A French group in turn will visit Canada later this summer. Travel exchanges for younf people were first sponsored by the two governments last year under the terms of the Franco- Canadian cultural agreemenf signed in 1965. After a week in Paris the young voyageurs will split into smaller groups to join young people from other countries participating in the Connais- sance de la France program. On their return to Paris, the group's activities will include a trip to see the chateaux of the Loire Valley. The voy ageurs return to Canada arriv ing in Montreal the afternoon of July ID. The young people chosen by the French government to visit Canada will travel with the Young Voyageur Program which has over Canadian students crisscrossing the coun- try this summer. l_ (Calendar JLocal J4appeninqi The Christian Business and Professional Women's dinner meeting will be held at Sven Sricksen's Restaurant, Mon- day, at p.m. For reserva- lons please call Miss Susan Enns, 345-3426. V Southminster Circle Square )ance Club will hold its nranth- y dance Saturday at p.m. in Soutbminster Hall. All q u a r e dancers welcome. Vomen please bring a box imch. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I wrote to you once before- ten years ago. You were seeking your youngest reader. I was eight years old at the time. I'said I didn't have any problems but maybe I was your youngest reader, and-as it turned out, I was! You printed my picture in The Daily Oklahoman. I'm sure you don't remember me but my name is Nancy Ann Counts. I am sending the clipping from ten years ago to refresh your memory. I graduated from Dover High School in torian of my class. This summer I am attending Oklahoma State University. I wanted you to know, Ann Landers, that I have read your column religiously and you have had a strong in- fluence on my life. You have taught me many things-not only through your column, but through your books, "Since You Ask "Teen-Agers And Sex" and "Truth Is Strang- er." I have been fortunate to have had" such wonderful parents. God has been good to me. Please keep up the wonderful work. You help so many people and you perform a very valuable service.-Sincerely, Nancy Ann Counts DEAR NANCY: What a beautiful letter! Thank you so very much. It will appear the "day before my birthday which is the Fourth of July-as a present to myself. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm mad enough to chew nails. In the past six I've seen four TV shows revolving around childless couples. The actors (supposedly doctors or other well educated people) made the statement, "To adopt a child isn't the same as having your own." I'd like to say a couple things to the idiots who call themselves TV script writers. We adopted a little boy and later I gave birth to another boy. There is absolutely no dif- ference in my feelings. My second thought is neatly embodied in this little poem: "Not flesh of my flesh, nor bone of my bone. But still miraculously my own. Never forget, for a sin- gle minute: You didn't grow under my heart, but in it." -Ixtcky Mother DEAR LUCKY: Your children are lucky, too. Thanks for writing. How will you know when the real thing comes along? Ask Ann Landers. Send for her booklet, "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference." Send 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. GOBY'S BEAUTY SALON 13th St. N. Phon. 327-5487 Is pleased to announce that DOLORES GURR Hus rejoined their staff OR a full time basis. Prince Rupert Originator Dies Here OTTAWA (CP) The woman who as. a girl suggested the name for Prince Rupert, B.C., Eleanor Margaret Macdonald, wife of Senator Norman M. Pa- terson, died here. Mrs. Paterson was a girl liv- ing in Winnipeg with her uncle, Sir Daniel MacMillan, then lieu- tenant-governor of Manitoba, when she heard of a contest to select a name for the new west coast port. That was in 1906. The Grand Trunk Railway was looking for a name for its new western ter- minus, and among the limita- tions on the selection was that the name should have no more than a certain number of let ters. Two people suggested the name of Port Rupert. But Miss Macdonald suggested Prince Rupert, naming the community after the first governor of the Hudson's Bay Co., founded 300 years ago in Britain. Prince Rupert was a cousin of King Charles II, who granted a royal charter to the Governor and Company of the Adventur- ers of England trading into Hudson's Bay. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Well, make up your you rather clean it and help eaf- if, or have it hanging pn the living room CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6lh Avs. N, FRIDAY, JULY 3rd 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 1 NUMBERS-! 2 Gome LUCKY DRAW S CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB She welcomes all her friends and customers to Goby's. PERMS Reg. and up Price Don't Miss AVENUE'S BIG ANNUAL NOW IN FULL SWING OFFERING SAVINGS GALORE! Naturalizer SHOES Cplorsi White, Beige, Black, Brown. Reg. lo 21.00 voluM SUMMER PAIR ONLY 13. Red Carpet SHOES Black Reg. to 21.00 values SUMMER SALE, PAIR ONLY 13 STILL A GOOD SELECTION BUT NOT ALL SIZES! BACK Tho very styles in red white, blue red, pink, white, all beiae, red, ON'.V PAIR ONLY -3" AVENUE SHOES McFARLAND BLD6. LETHBRIDGE (INTERIORS) LTD. "Where Fine Furniture Cost Less Than You Expect" BROKEN LINE COFFEE TABLES AND END TABLES 1 Price ANNUAL STOREWIDE THROUGH 'TIL JULY 31st ONLY PICTURES TABLES LAMPS GALORE GIFTWARE SALE PRICE ON ALL STOCK OVER 90 DAYS OLD OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Til P.M. FOR THE SAIE ONIY I I I I I Living Room Suites Dining Room Suites Bedroom Suites SAVINGS UP TO 912 3rd Avenue s, LTD. Phone 328-5777 ;