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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, July 14, 1972 E ATO N'S SATURDAY FINAL BIG DAY! RE-CHECK YOUR BIG SALE FLIER! YOU'RE FINAL OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE IN THE BIG SAVINGS Women's Dusters Smart colton quilled dusters for your own use or as a giff. Big sale value. Colours: Pink or Blue. Sizes: Small, Medium and Large. QQ SALE, each jj" Lingerie, Main Floor Baby Doll Pyjamas At this sale pricing you won't want !o pass up these pyjamas. Fashioned from cotton material in colours of Pink, Yellow and in checks. Wash and wear. Sizes: Small, Medium and Large. SALE, each Lingerie, Main Floor 9 club vinyl bag. With attached travel hood. Full length zippered locker pocket, ball pocket, score card pouch. Assorted colours. SALE, eoch 15'08 Sporting Goods, Lower Floor 7-Piece Golf Set Look at the value here. Men's right hand Slrokemas- ter club a 7-piece set. Set consists of 3, 5, 7, and putter and 1 and 3 woods. Tempered sleel shaft, moulded rubber grips. Laminated heads. SALE, 7-piece set W Sporling Goodi, Lower Floor Plastic Stacking Chairs Moulded plaslic chairs in red or white. Excellent for summer palio use and for inside Ihe home. Durable and easy to clean use only a damp clolh. Limited no phone orders. 4 Ci95 I U and easy to quantity SALE, each Furniture, Second Floor Sanyo Stereo Centre radio, automatic record player 4 track cas- lette record player, all in one compact unit. Com- plete with microphone, dust cover and Iwo powerful ipeakers plus stereo head phones for your pri- vate listening plus a stand to hold it all, rolls smoothly on big shephard rype casters, with handy rack for cassettes plus -four C-60 blank cassettes, and a pack of 5 L.P. records. Enjoy OOQiSB your Sanyo pack now. SALE Home Entertainment Second Floor 8 O'clock Broadloom A continuous filament nylon with double jute back. Moth and mildew proof crush resistant. A smart pattern definition in a range of decorator colours. 9 ft. or 12 ft. widths A'99 SALE, square yard If Floor Coverings, Second Floor "Fancy Free1 Shag Broadloom New and bright tri-caloured shag carpet to fit any modern- home. Heat set conlinuous filament nylon, easy-la-restore with vacuum or rug rake. You'll notico how the colour goes right through to ils propylene needle bonded backing. 12 decoralor col- ours, 12' widlh. SALE, square yard Floor Coverings, Second Floor Choice of brief ond boxer slylcs in lastcx and doublo knits. Prinls and plains. A (JQ 30 to 40 inch veals'. SALE, ecch to w Men's Wear, Main Floor Polyeiler and collon. Many pnllcrni lo choose from. Two bulton tuffs. Drolfon g" QQ ran go 1 '1! 2 17. SALE, each to Men'i Wear, Main Floor Men's Dress Shirts Polyester and cotton. Permanent press. Assorted colours but not all colours in all sinos. Sizes to collcctivoly. SALE, roch Mcn't Woar, Main Floor Men's Brevets, T-Shirts Slock up at a Colton brovoli and Jorscys or Sires: Medium, Lorgo and Extra-Largo. I SALE, mm for Men'i Wear, Main Floor 'Tiffany' Broadloom A sculptured nylon carpet that lets take command. You add to your inilial savings be- cause you can install it yourself. Buill-in high density foam uindercushion eliminates the need for padding. "Tiffany" won't ravel so you can cut it as you please. 8 colours in 9' and 12' widths. lj" QQ SALE, square yard.................... JJ" Floor Coverings, Second Floor 'Manhattan' Shag Broadloom Dupont heat set conlinuous filament nylon shag with a medium high density foam backing. Tri-coloured in 7 modern colours. An easy do it yourself carpet A', 9' and 12' widths. Ci49 SALE, square yard................... Floor Coverings, Second Floor 'Park Tower' Broadloom A new and beautiful two tone nylon carpel- High on style, low on care and cost. The two toned blended tufls give an interesting all-over pattern. Backed with a high density fcam rubber cushion easy to install. Another great do it yourself broadloom. 6 colours in 12' widths. AQ SALE, square Floor Second Floor Corduroy Basket Chair Covers colours to choose from Turquoise, Orange, Brown, GrMn, Gold, Rose, light Green, Purple and Avocado. C.50 SALE, each 5- Draperies, Second Floor A Clearance Of Drapes Priced 'way low because they have been used for demonstrator purposes. All are finished with pinch headings, hooks and 3" hems. Acrylic Striped Semi Sheer. Colour; Size OO 29 SALE, each Acrylic Striped Semi Sheer. Colour: Flame. Size 150" x SALE, each Textured Rayon wilh good quality lining. Colour: Melon. Size 100" x 9Oi95 Fibreglass wilh textured weave. Colour: Gold. Size 75" x SALE, each Gay Modern Floral. Lined. Beige with Red. Size 100" x SALE, each Textured Rayon. Lined. Colour: Gold. Size 1 50" x SALE, each........ Acrylic Plaid Design. Colour: Size 100" x SALE, each..... Draperies, Second Floor 49 ing. Cole 30 Gold. 15" 30-M 47.95 31.95 Cotton Duck Shortie Drapes Unlined, Pinch plealed heading and hooks. Brighr plaid design. Permanent finish. Colors: Size 75x54" SALE, pair 16-99 Size SALE, pair.................. 20.99 Draperies, Second Floor Men's Knit Shirts 3.99 Long sleeve style. Plain or fancy. Polyesler and cation. Sizes: small, medium, largo and rxtra-larqc. SALE, each Men's Wear, Main Flonr Children's Footwear Stylish In disconlinued Savage shoes. Tics or slip- on si rap slylcs, cement or unimnld cnslruclion. duality leather uppers wilh moccasin OG styling. <4 QQ Sizes 9 to collectively. All sales final. B Black or brown, SALE, pair Shod, Main Floor Women's, Teens' Summer Shoes Pumps sandals and comfarlahlo casuali. Low 1o modium heels in assorted stylos and pa I terns. Uppers arc leather, palcnl or nylon mesh. Not all sizes in any ono stylo but sires 6 to 10 collectively. QQ f% QQ Clock, brown, red, hcin.0 and whitu. SALE, pair Shooi, Main Floor SHOP EATON'S TONIGHT UNTIL 9 AND SATURDAY 9 TO FOR EXCITING RECORD BREAKING DAY VALUES BUY LINE 328-8811 Senator's wife helped out Eleanor McGovern typed in her closet MIAMI BEACH, Fla. If Senator George McGuvern Js elected president of (he United Slates, his wife, Eleanor, will follow in Hie tradition of other first ladies .as the private, per- sonal confidante of the man in the country's toughest job. "More than any other person she is the one to whom I pour out my heart and soul on the tough decisions." McGovern says of his wife. "I don't always follow her xv caleiida local happenincji The Navy League Cadet Corps of Lethbridge will pa- rade aboard ship at 1000 hours on Saturday. All hands please note this is a no-uniform pa- rade. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold a sum- mer dance on Saturday at p.m. in Southminster HaU. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. he said, "but she is the one I put through the throes of decision-making at the most painful level." The mother of five and grandmother of three, Mrs. Mc- Govern, 50, is most animated when she talks to or about chil- dren. "Nothing is more she said. "We can have all kinds of wonderful programs, but If we could just really help children from one to five we we could conquer many of our problems." The first need, she said, Is for day care centres that pro- vide "the best possible, stimu- lating, creative, affectionate in- volvement of both parents A homebody herself, Mrs. McGoveni wishes moth ers didn't have to work until their children are at least three years old. She became interest in arch- eology during tour of Israel three years ago and would like to "dig in the dirt." "I've never had a career, she says. "I've been content to be a mother and housewife be- cause that seemed to be the best way to help my husband." Eleanor Stegeberg was the daughter of a Depression- struck South Dakota farmer OFF information centre fights veneral disease whose wife died when his twin daughters were 11 years old. College sweethearts at Da- kota Wcsleyan University in Mitchell, E.D., Eleanor and George were married while ho was still a .student and she a legal secretary She helped George pay his way through graduate school by typing masters' theses and PhD dissertations in a closet of her living rnom caring for their two babies at the same time. Their children are Stephen, 30; Ann, 28; Terry, 23; S'jsan, and Mary 17. HALIFAX (CP) Venus East, an Opportunities for Youth project, has been set up here to help treat and fight ve- nereal disease. Primarily, Venus East is act- ing as a medical information centre which will refer persons who think they have a venereal disease to family doctors or treatment clinics. The project's co-directors, Don Swan and Don Langille, also say another objective is to create a public awareness of ve- nereal diseases, and remove the social stigma that surrounds them, co they can be more eas- ily treated. They also hope to provide a continuing education program for doctors, informing them of advancements and statistics in the venereal disease field. "We hope to gain a more ac- curate insight into the problems of venereal disease. Until true incidence rates have been established, the VD issue re- mains on unstable grounds and eradication will be impossible." As part of the effort to update medical information, groups of medical students will visit doc- tors in Nova Scotia and parts of New Brunswick and Prince Ed- ward Island in conjunction with COMPARE BY SEHVINGS Don't compare meat cuts just by their price per pound, but also take into account the num- ber of servings they will pro- vide. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upslaln) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. the continuing medical tion department of Dalhousie University here. Attitudes changing VANCOUVER (CP) The attitude of parents toward the use of soft drugs by their chil- dren has undergone an "amaz- ing" change in the past year, Dr. Allan Connolly told a Nar- cotic Addiction Foundation seminar here. Dr. Connolly, medical direc- tor of the foundation's house program, said parents now worry less about the use of soft drugs. "Many adults now are using marijuana and hashish them- selves; it's become more of an accepted he said. However, he added, this new acceptance of soft drugs does not decrease parents' concern about the use of heroin and chemical drugs, and drug edu- cation programs in city schools are meeting with en- couragement. Don Dawson, a senior coun- sellor with the Vancouver School Board, told the seminar that he is conducting a drug education program at the Grade 4 level in about 39 city schools. "We want kids to know about drugs before they're really in- volved in using he said. BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Ave. N. Phong 328-7366 CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. I3lh Si. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JULY O'CLOCK 4lh arid 8lh Games In 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CfUB When may I go homo, Doctor? LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED POST OFFICE BOX 931 LITHBRIDGE, ALBERTA lowtr lovtl 7lh Shopping Mall 316 7lh Si. South Phone (403) 326-7411 Pr.ildenl STAN WORBOTS ELEANOR McGOVERN LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By CATHIE RETI (Cathie is a journalism stu- dent at the Lethbridge Com- munity College, and is work- ing at The Herald for the summer.) Summer finds endless miles of highways filled with sun burned or drenched students standing on the edges of the roads, amazed at the number of vehicles that pass by them. The hitchhikers notice the traffic, but the traffic doesn't seem to notice them. However, most of them would probably not be standing, with packs on their backs and their thumbs in the air, if someone would stop to give them a lift. And that's how hundreds of Canadian youths have been spending their summers for the last few years. They take the risks of whom they will be rid- ing with, what may happen when they're riding. Maybe they'll be caught in the cold and rain, or they won't find a place to spend the night, and perhaps they'll run out of money. What does the typical student hitch-hiker look like? He's usually wearing blue jeans, or some type of slacks that won't show the dirt very easily. Often he wears a hal keep out the sun when it's shining, and carries a warm jacket to keep out the rain or cold when that type of weather moves in. The typical hitch hiker must he in fairly good physical con- dition to carry the knapsack which he often has to transport several miles between rides. In this he carries his sleeping equipment, which usually does- n't consist of much. A sleeping hag and. perhaps, a piece of plastic for a make-shift tent. More often than not he has a change of clothing, anil most hilrh-hikCTS say Ihcy carry food ralions. "You never know when yo.i'll get stuck along a highway in the middle of nowhere, and have nothing to cat." The foodstuffs they carry range from crackers, raisins and currents, to a jar of peanut butter to be eaten with the blade of a jack-knife. If hitch-hiking has so many little hardships attached to it, why do students bother spend- ing a free summer travelling the roads? Some say they have no job for Lhe summer, so why not travel around and see some of the country? Since they have little money and "thumbing" is quite popu- lar, why not travel in this man- ner? Some are looking for adven- ture, and want to find out just what it's like to travel the roads, staying in ditches over- night, or hostels, or whatever sleeping facilities they can find. Some want to visit friends in another part of the country, and hitch hiking is the only available means they have of reaching their destination. Some just want to see the country that is theirs from coast to coast, and since every- body's doing it, they decide they may as well hit the road too. Most cities today, and many of the larger towns across Can- ada have youth hostels where travellers ca nspend the night. These federal government- granted sleeping places usually charge a small fee, but most say if the young traveller does- n't have any money, he can still spend the night at the hostel. The Lethbridge Youth Hostel located in the City annex building on 4tli Ave. S. It has at present about 50 mattresses, showers and toilet fncilifies. Officials at the hostel say there have been visitors from all over slaying there, includ- ing travellers from London and Tokoyo. How's that for spending the summer on the road and get- ting places. NOW AVAILABLE AT LEISTER'S ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS' NEW IP THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMIN' BAND STUDENTS DON'T BE CAUGHT SHORT If You Intend To Rent A Band Instrument For The Fall Term RESERVE NOW Wo will hold an instrumont for you NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDO., LETHBRIDGE ;