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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Can you me help my son He was always a slow learner and his reading ability at age 17 was at the second grade level. We had him tested and he is not retarded, just "slow." The boy has always wanted to do something for Ms coun try. He tried four times to get into the Armed Forces and failed. The fifth time they took hini. He is now at Fort Dixon taking more tests. In lire meantime lie calls on the telephone and tells me his buddies are reading the notices on the bulletin board to him because he can't make them out. Is it my duty to inform the authorities? If anything hap- pens to my son I would never forgive Mother DEAR MOTHER: Stay out of it. You'll feel guilty either way. Chances are good that he'll be sent home. If you de- prive him of this opportunity to serve and he learns of it, you'll have a serious problem on your hands. And when he does come home, for heaven's sake see to it that the boy learns to read. Call the principal of any high school for in- formation on where adult reading classes are being held in your city. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The advice you gave Poker Player's Wife was lousy. What are you trying to do anyway. Bust up a great poter game? So what if five wives have to make a few sandwiches and pour a little beer every five weeks. Big deal. The other four guys who don't invite the fellows over probably have good reasons which are not bard to figure out if you'd use your head. I know about such things because I'm in a poker club and we have the same deal. One of the players is my brother-in-law. His wife is such a terrible housekeeper he CAN'T have anybody over. Another guy's wife has her 90- year-old parents living with her and the old folks Insist on playing in the game. It's murder. We played there once and that was enough. So tell these five fillies to calm down. They should be happy their husbands have a nice, respectable hobby like playing poker. Some guys are out every night chasing broads. Full DEAR ACES: I know when I'm holding a losing hand. Take the pot, Dad. Confidential to Male or Many straight men wear clear nail polish and cologne. Your "authority" is lean- Ing on a irighty slender reed. Is alcoholism a disease? How can the alcoholic be treat- ed? Is there a cure? Read the booklet, "Alcoholism Hope And by Ann Landers. Enclose 35 cents in coin with your request and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. TEACHER WANTED PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN WEEKDAY MORNINGS Dirties to Commence August Salary according to Experienco and Qualifications opply Pre-School Program Dorothy Gooder School 1805 9th Avenue North Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in The Herald's Salurday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now accepted in the following formst Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to thai provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE A P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor. The LetMn-ukje Herald Salurcltiy, JU.IP 27, 1970 THE lElHBRIDGE HERALD 17 No Discrimination M.eant Says Senator Paul Martin OTTAWA (CP) There is no intention to discriminate dgaiist female students in the IP lui al manpower depariment's student cmploym e n t program, Senator Paul Martin, govern- ment leader in the upper cham- ber, said here. He was replying to a question by Senator Muriel Fergusson Brunswick) who ask- ed what steps are being taken by the federal manpower de- partment to give women stu- deds equal opportunity with male students to fill summer jobs. M a n p o w e r Minister Allan MacEachen had recently an- nounced the creation of summer jobs for students, of which would be in the defence department. "I presume that female stu- dents will be eligible for very few, if any, of the jobs in the department of national def- Senator Fergusson said. Unless a large proportion of the jobs in other areas were espe- cially reserved for wonten stu- dents, it would seem that the program discriminated against them. Senator Martin said the ques- tion was timely and he would see that it was directed to the manpower minister at once. In debate on women prisoners in federal institutions, Senator G. P. Burchill Bruns- wick) read a letter from Mrs. J. R. Mason of Toronto recom- mending elimination of maxi- mum security prisons for women and stressing the im- f. NEW CLA PRESIDENT Martha Shepard, director of the reference branch of the National Library, was install- ed as president of The Cana- dian Library Association at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association in Hamilton. Miss Shepard has been with the National Library since it was estab- lished in 1953. (CP Wire- photo) of maintaining family ties. Senator Burchill suggested that tire Senate heed the letter since it was written by a per- son with "a great deal of expe- rience in dealing with inmates." He earlier said Mrs. Mason has done volunteer work in worn en's reformatories. The upper chamber passed a Commons bill on civil liability for nuclear operators of li- censed nuclear installations to carry up to in insur- ance against liability for injury or damage resulting from a nu clear accident. Marriage Announced The marriage is announced of Mrs. Helen Molyneux to Mr. John Ontkean, both of Leth bridge. The wedding took place on June 10 in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W Dunford are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their only daughter, Sharlet Frances to Mr. Jonty L. Caroe, all of Coleman, WORLD FAMILY CHEQUE A husband and wife in Re- gina, Saskatchewan, wrote to the Unitarian Service Commit tee, "This represents our fam ily allowance for our daughter for one year. _ TOPLESS GRANDMA Mrs. Morale Grant serves customers at tho Atlanta nighi- spot where she works. Mrs. Grant, a 37-year-old slaluesquo redhead, has a grandchild, born June 8. A divorcee, she was remarried recently in a topless wedding at the nighf- club. She says her measurements are 42-24-36. Pastoor Caruso St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church the scene of a wedding between Miss Filome- na Caruso, daughter of Mr. an< Mrs. Joseph Caruso of Iron Springs and Mr. Willem Matheus Pastoor, son cf Mr and Mrs. Klaas Pastoor of Lethbridge. Rev. L. D. Han kinson officiated at ttie double ring vows. Soloist was Miss Bev Barter. Organ accompa- nist was her father, Mr. A. Barter, both of Leflibridge. Maid of honor was Miss Detores Caruso, sister of the bride. Bridesmaid was Mrs. MR. AND MRS. WltlEM MATHEUS PASTOOR Photo EyA.E. Cross BONUS PHOTO, Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! OVER WORTH OF WALLET :PRINTS EXTRA.' Get fhrs, snapsnoaiers wtio fovs fo share color prints! Leave your next roll or cartridge of exposed Kodacolor film with us (or BONUS PHOTO processing. Get an extra wallet print with every _, regular print. Makes sharing easy! ft square-size Kodacolor film, 126, 620.) (ACTUAL Size TOIffTS SQUARE WTO JVt" SQUARE) EMEHBER.WE'RE HEADOUARTERS FOR QUALITY PROCESSING BY BONUS PHOTO! TERRY ELAND'S PHOTOGRAPHY 710 3rd Avenue S. Phona 327-2673 BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. ayor Magrath Driva Phone 328-3760 SKELTQN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY LTD. 424 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone STUBBS PHARMACY LTD 1506 9lh Avenue S. Phone 328-5512 WESTMINSTER DRUG LTD. Westminster Shopping Plata Phone Forthcoming Marriages Mr. Mid Mrs. Lloyd G. Gerla are pleased to aiiiitouirce the fcrUicomiDg marriage of their only daughter, Mariaarne, to Mr. Brian P. Erno, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Erno. The wedding will take place on August 15 at 4 p.m. in As- sumption Romam Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fortti- naso of Bellevue are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter Gadl Ellen, to Const. Douglas J. Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Montgomery of Nipawin, Sask. The wedding will take place cm September 26 in St. Cyril's Roman Catholic Church in Bel- levue. Mr. and Mrs. James Cliizma- zaa and Mr. and Mrs. Theodo- ras Pecht all of HardieviUe, are pleased to announce the orthcoming marriage of their children, Peggy Joy and Frits. The wedding will take place in Southmimster United Church on July 18 at p.m. Beth Vander Heide of Leth- bridge and junior bridesmaid was Miss Florence Ta'al cf Lethbridge. Mr. Doug Kane of Lethbridge was best man. Ushers were the Messrs. Ben Vander Heide ar.d Gordon Yoshmaka, both of Lethbridge and Tom Caruso and Rick Caruso, both brothers of the bride from Iron Springs. A reception was held at the Labor Club, and the couple then left for a honeymoon in British Columbia and the northern United States. They mil be residing in Lon- don, Ontario. ATTENTION-GETTEnS EDMONTON (CP) Mobiles make an interesting decoration for a small child's room, says Donna Bagdan, home econo- mist. They move gently in a breeze and attract the vision of a child. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT fifh Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m, 5 cards for 1.00 or 25c Each Twelve 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free Games and free Card DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed (Calendar cal 'PI- Regular FOE bingo be held Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Eagles' Hall. Jackpot of in 58 numbers. Everyone wel- come. 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