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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta CONGRATULATIONS YOUNG LADY - George McKillop, a 74-year-old Lethbridge native son, presented his own scholarships at George McKillop Elementary School wind-up ceremonies Wednesday. Above he shakes hands with Melodee Friesen, who received Grade 1 honors. Others receiving the awards were Stephen Harms, Grade 1; Dennis Toth and Christine Onyschuk, Grade 2; and Michael Ennis and Jean Bodnar, Grade 3. The Home and School scholarship was presented to Jamie Wiskerke by Ben Carter, president. Ed Henderson, supervisor of physical education, behind Melodee presented athletic awards to Walter Kazokas and Maria Van Buuren. a better way to clean yourfrkJcjc* 3 tablespoons Cow Brand per quart of warm water� � removes stains � removes odors � leaves no odor of its own � leaves no film So safe and effective it's recommended by leading refrigerator manufacturers. Send for free recipe and household hint booklet, to: Church & Dwight Ltd., Sun Life Building, Montreal, Quebec. COW BRAND BAKING SODA Track meet begins at 10 in Garden City MAGRATH (HNS) - Athletes 13 to 18 years of age and older will compete in the second annual Cards ton school division track and field meet starting at 10 aim. Friday, June 11, at the town park here. It is sponsored by the Ma-grath High School. Winners will represent the division at the Southern Alberta Summer Games to be held Aug. 4 and S at Claresholm. Trophies will be presented at about 3 p.m. CLEARING OUT DRESS DEPARTMENT CLEARING AT to La Coste  DRESSES  PANT SUITS Sportscraft  SLACKS  T-SHIRTS  Q SKIRTS Hot Pant Suits Matching Slacks In Knit Denim Farmerettes Unisex Slacks Stretch Terry Outfit* BLAZERS GAUCHOS BLOUSES SWEATERS SLACKS LOUNGEWEAR SCARVES JEWELLERY FORMAL GOWNS PANT SUITS Stf*.T*.!^..............................$18 *76.75 DRESSES Rag. 42.00 to 110.00. NOW % Off SUNGLASSES Reo. to 8.95. NOW .. ......3.50 SLACKS to 35.00. NOW .. $1010 23.50 BLOUSES R.g 15.00 to *|A &1 M 22.00. NOW ..... ->IU�c?I�I CLASSIC COIFFURES PERM SPECIAL TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Perms.done only by INGA STIRLETZ - KARLA STREICH CA BARB SHERRING. Reg. $15 ............................... ONlY VM CLASSIC BOUTIQUE 323 6th Street S. Phone 328-3066 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Today is a sad one for me - maybe the saddest in my life. My son was placed under arrest for "contributing to the delinquency of a minor." The girl is pregnant, 14 years old, and lives in this building. She literally threw herself at my Albert. Last summer the little tramp came over here wearing a half bra and shorts cut up to her neck. I never saw anything like it. The girl was as fully developed as any 20-year-old Swedish actress. Once when I saw her plunk herself down on my son's lap I phoned her mother and told her to keep that little sex-pot at home. Albert is nearly 21 and I suppose he should have known better, but after all, man is not made of wood. I say the girl and her mother are to blame. Please print my advice to other mothers with good looking sons: If you see something like this happening under your nose, get in there and break it up. - Heartsick In White Plains DEAR W. P.: There will always be sex-pots - and the age bracket is getting lower. My question is this: What's with a 20-year-old man that he would be fooling around with a 14-year-old girl? He has to be an idiot. Your Albert needs counseling and you could use some, too, Mom. � �  DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a laryngectomee. How many of ycur readers know what this word means: For those who don't know, I will tell them. A laryngectomee is one of the lucky people who has survived cancer. He has lost his voice box and is unable to talk in the normal manner so he may use an electric voice box to make himself understood. I would not have believed how rude and thoughtless people can be until this happened to me. When I go shopping, most salespeople treat me as if I were a side-show freak. They ask embarrasing questions and call others over to look at me and listen. Children should be taught that sometimes the electric layrnx makes a loud sound because it is operated by batteries and that we aren't monsters and we won't hurt them. All the laryngectomees in the world will greatly appreciate it if you would tell the reading public we are brave people who have gone through a lot to stay alive. A word of kindness and encouragement can mean a great deal. - R.S., Orlando DEAR1 R.S.: Here's your letter. I consider it a privilege to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. Thank you for writing. Thursday, June 10, 1971 - THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 17 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes 'I'll take one 98 cent bottle of aspirin, one permanent wave set, one toothbrush, one eye-brow pencil and one come straight home." Hong Kong Canada market VANCOUVER (CP) - Hong Kong, the world's second-largest exporter of wearing apparel, is a wide-open market for Canadian-made women's clothing, an official of a Hong Kong trade mission said here. Robert S. Sim, project manager of a 19-member mission which is touring Canada, said: "Only Italy exports more clothing than Hong Kong. But people are funny. They still like to wear foreign-made clothing themselves. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 329 12th St. "C" N. Fri., June 11th Starts at 8:00 p.m. Doers Open 7:00 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th Own-in 7 Numbers WORTH $15 Jackpot $125 In 52 Nos. Sorry No On* Under 16 Years of Ago Allowed Sponsored by the Vasa Lodge HEINTZMAN HOLIDAY CLEARANCE OF HAMMOND ORGANS  DEMONSTRATORS  TRADE-INS  EXCHANGES ALL AT GENUINE SAVINGS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY EASY BANK FINANCING SHOP EARLY FOR BEST CHOICE HEINTZMAN 313 7th Street South Phone 328-2663 Fran Schultz new director Consumer Assn. of Canada Mrs. Frances Schultz, formerly of Lethbridge and now of Monarch was recently elected a director for the Consumer Association of Canada, at the association's convention in Halifax. In elections held Wednesday, Mrs. W. A. Brechin of Toronto was elected president of the association to succeed Mrs. F. E. Jones, of Dundas, Ontario. Vice-presidents are Dr. R. E. Olley, Saskatoon; Robert Bain, Mississauga, Ont, and Mrs. Monique Grenon, Quebec City. A. de L. Panet of Ottawa is the new treasurer. Other directors elected are Dr. H. E. English, Ottawa; Mrs. W. E. Rolls, Victoria; Mrs. R. W. Morningstar, Etobicoke, Ont., Prof. J. M. Sharpe, Winnipeg; Dr. Teresa McNeil, Antigonish, N.S'.; Mrs. Alfred Friesen, Winnipeg; Mrs. Leone Lane, White horse; M. J. O'Grady, Ottawa; Mrs. David Anderson, Winnipeg; Mrs. E. J. Anderson, R e g i n a; and Mrs. G. G. Brown, S. Jean, Que. 400,000 need work It is estimated that more than 400,000 university students will be seeking summer jobs in Canada this year. South youth heading for Salt Lake Sou', hern Alberta youth will participate in a Mutual tm-provement Association convention and dance festival of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah, June 25 and 26 with 5,000 representatives from around the world. South delegates were chosen during a Dancing Parade of '71 presented recently in the Civic Sports Centre with 300 youth dancers participating from Calgary, Taber, Picture Butte, Diamond City, Magrath, Raymond, Fort Macleod and Lethbridge. The event was sponsored by the Lethbridge Stake MIA with William and Jacquie Petrunik, stake dance directors, in charge. FRANCES SCHULTZ JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, June 10th STARTS 8:00 P.M. SHARP - PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET 8 ANO 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at $125 and li Won Every Thursday 5th - 7 No. Jackpot $34 Pet O' Gold $15 256 PER CARD OR 5 FOR S1.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Parsons under 16 years not allowed Sponsored by ladle*' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Chvrclt WHERE SMART WOMEN SHOP SPECIAL SUMMER SAVINGS 20% OFF T-SHIRTS Reg. 3.99 to 7.99 on SALE TANK TOPS Reg. 2.99 to 5.99 2.37 TO < BLOUSES Reg. 3.99 to 11.99 on SALE 3-17,, 9s7 PANTS Reg. 4.99 to 12.99 3.97 1Q.37 to m%0 SHORTS Reg. 2.99 to 12.99 2.37 1Q.37 to SLEEPWEAR Reg. 2.99 to 19.99 on SALE _*M5*�; LOUNGEWEAR Reg. 2.99 to 19.99 2.37 15-97 to HANDBAGS Reg. 1.99 to 12.99 t57^-97 on SALE WE SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! 506 " 4TH AV�Nl� SOUTH - TEL: 328-2653 ________ COLLEGE MAIL 20TH AVE. AND MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE - TEL: 328-7011 eTHAUGEl (C.O.D. ORDERS ACCEPTED) tnMH^ ;