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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday July 3. "71 THE IETHBRIDGE HCRAID 17 Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: This letter is for all parents who attach a great deal of importance to certain colleges. My brother did and it nearly mined his youngest boy's life story will open the eyes of other parents and deter them from making the same mistake. My brother went to PrinceUm as Father and Grand- father did before him. Two of our uncles ton. When my brother's oldest boy graduated from lugh school, he went to Princeton, naturally. Two yean later the younger boy, Jamie, applied to Princetor, He had excellent and was highly recommended by has principal but for some reason he was not accepted. I have never felt so sorry for anyone in my life. That poor kid was made to feel that he had let the entire family down. The sad part of it was that his parents didn t do one thing to lift his spirits. They treated him as if he'd done some Instead of accepting the dedsion, my brother got on the phone and started calling he knew who might "help" He wrote letters, sent telegrams it was shame- ful. to the meantime, the boy was getting sicker and sicker over the "disgrace" he had brought on the family. Finally he had to be hospitalized. It is now two months later and Janrne is much better and preparing to go to Notre Dame, his second choice. Bu the damage done by his family will leave a permanent scar 011 I will print this letter for all parents to see Bett DEAR AUNT BETTY: Thanks for writing. Not all boy at Princeton or at Notre Dame, either. Some students d better at smaller, less prestigious schools, where the compe- tition isn't so severe. Thanks for saying something that needed to be said. _____ Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION OVER METROPOLITAN STORE 3J6A 8th Ave. W., Calgary PUBLIC BINGO JACKPOT 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upilairl) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. BEAUTY SCHOOL 317 s OF ELEGANCE Owned and Operated by ETHEL DOWNEY Complete Beauty Cultura By 3 Expert Teacheri "A Modern School With Modern of Teaching" NIGHT CLASSES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Thuraday and Friday till p.m. Studentt Apply Now Address SCHOOL OF'ELEGANCE 317 7lh Street South Lelhbrldoe PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEAN 3634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE SUMMER HOURS EFFECTIVE TILL SEPT. 19 LAUNDRY SECTION 8-00 A.M. TO P.M. EVERY DAY 12 INGLIS WASHERS 6 INGLIS DRYERS DRY CLEAN SECTION A.M. TO P.M. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND HOIIDAYS QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD SHOP ATTENDED DURING DRY CLEANING HOURS Phone 327-0811 lini-pants how thigh n the sky By ANN HENCKEN NEW YORK (AP) Most airUnes don't call them hot pants. But stewardesses' new "mini-pants" uniforms show more thigh in the sky than ever before. "I think these are quite modest, very contemporary, said Harding Lawrence, president of Braniff Interna- tional, introducing their printed skirls over shorts, designed by Emilio Pucci. "A hostess in an airline is exposed to more criticism and observation than any- one" explains Pucci. "There are 60 to 80 people watching her She leans over to serve, and it isn't very pretty when she exposes her un- derwear I saw that happen- ing when the skirts became very short. As at most otter airlines the Braniff hostesses still have a choice of long pants or skirts as well. Trans World Airlines in- troduced its hot pants with skirts in miuMune. "We've had no complaints, everyone likes said a TWA representative. The not pants were included as one option "by popular demand and match a Valentino-de- signed uniform selection in beige, brown or plum. Eastern Airlines has gone all the way. Mini-pants may be worn without a coverup "The girls wanted it, "said an Eastern representative' I don't think our passengers will mind. We can't promise there'll be a girl in mini- pants on every flight. The girls may turn up in sht front skirts, instead, by Da- vid Crystal. American Airlines is one ho'dout. Their- new uniforms, out three months ago, do not include shorts. "We're taking a look at hot pants, and we're giving it a lot of says Robert Phillips, vice-president of in- flight service. For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Editor IT WAS just one of those days when you wished you'd 1 stayed in bed with a cold, or slept through it nr it had all happened to someone else. It was to be a routine and relatively uneventful assignment to the beauty and quiet of the Buckhorn GuesSch near Pineher Creek. A firm the motto than an early start is a good start, the fatoe of the alarm to go off. at the appointed hour was only slightly disconcerting. slieht delay occurred when my young Centuries ago the Phoeni- cians used sea shells as hearing aids. They did not require thft uso of batteries. Today years later, we have reverlcd to a simi- lar situation. Our new hearing aids do not require batteries either. Why not como in to aoe and test these new in hearing. Manufactured by Unitron of Canada. -r am Phosphate label required, says Trudeau OTTAWA (CP) Prominent labels showing phosphate per- centages should be required on every detergent container so women will not be "forced to contribute to the destruction of our waters due to lack of infor- Prime Minister Tru- deau was told. A brief from the Canadian Federation of Business and Pro- fessional Women's Clubs com- mended the government's ban- ning all phosphates in deter- gents by January, 1P72, but said the further step was an essen- tial safeguard in the meantime. The brief, based on resolu- tions adopted at the federa- tion's biennial convention last July, also recommended: 20-per-cent tax credit on interest on municipal d e b e n- tures so that municipalities can i attract badly-needed capital; the old age security 1 tax not be applied to the re- turns of those persons living on incomes bordering on the pov- erty line or not exceeding deductions for child- care expenses be allowed not only where there is no parent in the home but also where a par- ent in the home is incapable of caring for children: toe way? than the one'listed in the telephone direc- two small incidents were nothing. In retro- spect they were the silent knell of doom At this pS I should have had a second cup of coffee and gone to the office. At last the highway lay before us sunny skies above, light traffic? perfect driving conditions lulling one into a state of optimistic oblivion. Ha! It wasn't until Pineher Creek loomed ahead that we picked up a hitchhiker we hand't counted on He e'4 rrls Even a reasonably intelligent individual can have difficulty in following directions (so I keep telling myself every time I get lost.) Perhaps you've never noticed the number of gravel roads there are, especially when you drive off thP main thoroughfares, and where is north? There s a 'lot of moss in the foothills and it grows on both sides of the tree. And what on earth are people talking about over- population when you can drive around on country loads for an hour and a half looking for someone- seeing no one? It really happened. An hour and a half. We saw some beautiful scenery near Waterton, and at Beau- vais Lake and some nice ranches where no one was home, and lots of cows, horses, butterflies, gravel To those who attempted to get us on our way, it wasn't your fault Joe just confused us all. He must have been looking the other way when a gentleman who's lived in the area since 1916 finally pointed us in the right direction. Have a good holiday next week, sir! Joe was making up for the slip up when we ar- rived at the camp a fiat tire, rapidly followed by an expired mercury batteiy on the camera, a tape recorder I gladly loaned to Phil Mistaken Chirf who needed it more urgently than I; a patch of grass crowing over six inches of mire which held the weight of three tiny snipes but bogged down at the touch of two suede runners loaded with me and one camera. SHE'S A CAUTIOUS TASTER Sheryl, left, and Sheila, nghr, Gerstenbuhler, Brinn Gyorffy and Brian Teichroeb's rummage sale. Candy, nuts, ornaments and books. What more does one need to _ Lottery money pays off home TORONTO (CP) The 50- year old grandmother of four who won in a B'nai B'ritli lottery said she will use some of the money to take the first vacation she and her hus- band have had. Victoria Dow- ney, of Oshawa, Ont., said the first thing she and her husband Donald, a laborer with General Motors, will do is to pay off the mortgage on their house. "Then we're going for a holiday. The very first in our 30 years of marriage." PREVENTS STICKING Greasing a barbecue grill be- fore use will prevent food from sticking to it. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire too Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full time instruc- treses and we teach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and oir-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average income and opportu- nities are unlimited. Fill Out 1405 5th St. S., Lethbridge Tuition Thi! Classes ADDRESS CITY Starting Now Heartfelt thanks to Jim Day who knows how to change a tire under less than ideal conditions; Max Gibb who was more than a perfect host; Ken Budfl who risked his own film to help me with mine; and brickbats to a white horse which glides through the the trees in the dark of night. The hair is now per- manently curled on the back of my neck. Bottled, the White Horse would have been most welcome by then. These kind people do not, however know the se- quel to the Misadventures of Marilyn. Good old Joe directed us right back on the road, not to Pineher Creek but straight out to Burmis. I still do not know where the right gravel road is from Pineher. Ah well Next time next time. next time, we take a guide. Right, Marnie (right on, LADIES' WEAR ax me s SALI STARTS MONDAY, JULY 5th 9 a.m. OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL P.M. NO REFUNDS ON SALE MERCHANDISE EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE LETHBRIDGE STORE Thurs., July 8th a.m. to p.m. Hearing Aids by MR. H. W. MATHESON CERTIFIED HEARING AID AUDIOLOOIST EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Lethbridge Store JULY 8th 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Member of Notional Hoarina Aid Society Member o( Alberta Hearing Aid Dealers' Association HELP US TO HEIP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S.____________ VARYING COST TORONTO (CP) A com- monly prescribed drug has been shown to vary in unit cost from half a cent per tablet to seven times that figure, de- pending on the manufacturer. The latest Rx Bulletin, publish- ed by the federal food and drug directorate, shows that 50-nulli- gram hydrochlorothiazide tab- lets can cost the pharmacist as little as 54.95 per or as much as for the same amount. The drug, a diuretic, is prescribed for reducing water contents in the body. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or Each Twelve 7 Number JACKPOT Free Games and Cards DOOR PRIZE Children undur 16 not MONDAY, JULY 5 IS 1.44 DAY 9 A.M. DOOR OPENING SPECIAL! LINGERIE BONANZA CHRISTMAS SHOP IN JULY AND SAVEI Nightgowns, sleep shirts, in amel tricot and brushed Values up to 20.00. YOUR AT SPIC SPAN DRY CLEANERS LADIES' PLAIN ONE-PIECE DRESSES EACH 1 Si .44 CASH AND CARRY ONLY SPIC SPAN DRY CLEANERS 112 8th ST. S. and COLLEGE MALL DRESSES 25% to OH Cottons, Polyesters, Fortrels, ond better dresses. A good selection, sizes 8 to 20. ON SALE AT PANT SUITS 25% to Off An excellent selection, lovely summer weights, ON SALE FROM A A A I fi jj j W W LOUNGEWEAR 25% to Off 20 Arnel jerseys in ethnic designs. Also 2 piece. A good size range. ON SALE FROM .SPORTSWEAR JANTZEN TERRYCLOTH MIX 'N MATCH SPORTSWEAR A very special offering slacks, shorts, Bermudas, shirts and tank tops, luils and scooter suiti. Colors: pinks, purple, lemon, white ond contmentol itripes. Good Qff BROKEN LINES AND SIZES ODD TOPS AND PANTS Your choicel Match up those ihorts, slacks, and tops with a thrifty male. YOUR CHOICE, ONLY odd ax me s LADIES' WEAR 314 7th STREET S. PHONE 377-7331 1 ;