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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta fit THi IETHBRIDGE HiRAlD Friday, June 29, ON'S MONTH CLEARA PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY AS LONG AS QUANTITIES LAST. Summer Co-ordinates Includes short golf skirts, culottes, short sleeve and sleeve- less shirts, short sleeve pullovers, long sleeve blouses, pants, jackets and vests all colored to co-ordinate with one Broken size and color "9 QQ "J 9 QQ Sportswear, Main Floor range. EACH Summer Dresses Clearance of summer dresses includes short and long sleeve styles in polyester, arnet, and acetates. Plain colors and pat- terned in sizes 5 to 15, and 8 to 1 S. QQ Fashions, Main Floor EACH Women's Teens' Parity Hose Women's and Teens' 4 pair pack panty hose. Sheer mesh with reinforced pcnty and toe. One size fits 4 Q 100 to 160 Ibs. Beige or Taupe. 4 pr. pack. EACH I I W Main Floor Women's and Teens' Halters Just the thing for the hot days ahead. Halters made of all cotton with draw string ot top and bottom. "1 CQ Accessories, Main Floor Assorted colors. EACH Little Girls' Slims Clearance of little girls' slims in assorted plain and patterned styles. Sizes 4 to 6x. Assorted colors. PAIR...... ifWjU Girls' Wear, Main Floor Children's Pant Set Assorted styles and colors in nylon fabrics. Sizes 4 to 6x. EACH Children's Wear, Main Floor 2.49 3.49 Girls' Clothing Clearance Included in the selection are blouses, pant sets, jackets, coats, and pants. Sizes 7 to 14 00 collectively. EACH.......... W.UW to I Girls' Wear, Main Floor Fashion Rings Clearance of assorted styles in fashion rings, in stone and metal tettingi. 9 Eft C QQ EACH.................... fc.OU to O.UU Jewellery, Main Floor Costume Jewellery Clearance of costume jewellery including stone and metal settings in earrings, necklaces and pins. EACH or PAIR......................... Straw Handbag Clearance Hurry for this exciting value in summer straw bags in as- sorted colors and styles. QA 1 Q 00 Handbags, Main Floor EACH 1.99 Men's Belts Various styles and colors m stretch or leather. Priced to clear quickly. EACH............ Wear, Main Floor Men's Regular Length Ties Easy care 100% polyester fashions these smart ties. 4 CQ Assorted patterns and colors. EACH Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Sport Shirts Long sleeve sport shirts in polyester and cotton knits, in a wide range of colors and patterns. Sizes: QQ small, medium, large and extra Iarg3. EACH O.Ww Men's Knit Sport Shirts Cool, cool short sleeve knit shirts come in a variety of col- ors in plains and patterns. 100% polyester. C QQ Sizes: small, medium, large and extra large. EACH Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Dress Shirts Long sleeves. Easy care polyester and cotton, in a wide assort- ment of colors. Broken sizes 141j to 17. A QQ Men's Wear, Main Floor EACH Children's Sandals Sturdy moulded vinyl sandals. T-Strop and b'jckle. One piece sole ond heel. Brown color only. Sizes 7 to 1 collectively. PAIR or vinyl uppers. SLes 5 to 10. PAIR Clearance! Women's and Teens' Shoes Assortment of discontinued lines of women's ond teens' foot- wear in ties, pumps, or straps. .Regular and platform soles. Sizes S to 10 collectively. 3 99 Footwear, Main Floor Brown or black. PAIR Clearance of Summer Footwear Assortment of summer footwear. Discontinued styles of Joyce, Oomphie, and Air Steps. Sandals, pumps, and speciajors in navy and white, or brown and white. Regular and platform soles Leather and (Crinkle vinyl uppers. Sizes 6Vi to 10 col- 13.99 ,o 23.99 Footwear, Main Floor PAIR Women's Jogging Shoes Six eyelet white vinyl uppers joggers. Blue trim rubber soles. Podded top line. Sizes 5 to 10. 2.88 Footwear, Main Floor PAIR Men's Casuals Cool and comfortable summer casuals in soft nylon or mesh uppers. Rubber soles and heels for added comfort. Sizes 7 to 11 collectively. Blue, white, or beige. C AQ PAIR Men's Footwear, Main Floor Clearance! Notions and Stationery Items We hove taken this group of stationery and notions items right from our regular counters and marked them way low for quick clearance. Here's on opportunity for you to stock up on much-needed little articles around your home, and save money at the same time. Included is stationery, novelties, souvenirs, clothes hangers, sundries, 1 00 toiletries, etc. Alt PRICED AT WWJS or Notions, Stationery, Lower Floor Pinch Pleated Sheer Drapes Polyester voile made up into sheer drapes, with pinch pleated headings, and hooks. These ore lovely to use alone or under heavy drapes for the new up" look. Colors of green, pink, blue, melon. 21.08 150" width x PAIR 100" width x 34'. PAIR Remnants 14.04 Draperies, Second Floor Assorted pieces of drapery material marked at a terrific sav- ing. Included are plastics, linings, antique satins, and acrylics. yd. to 4 yds. A 75 EACH vlljC to I Draperies, Second Floor Duralex Mugs Half Price 10 oz. size Duralex mugs in amber or green. Very strong and durable. EACH Chinaware, Second Floor Convertible Mixer Thumb tip speed control. Convenient mix guide. 2 heat-re- sistant bowls. Detachable cord. OO QQ Small Appliances, Second Floor White or Avocado. EACH Typewriter Table Limited quantity available. All steel construction with baked- on enamel finish. Features double drop leaf. 4 C 00 Colors of grey or tan. EACH Stationery, lower Floor Student's Desk Three only available. Floor models and priced to clear quickly. Small table type metal desk ideal for a students room. Ap- proximate size high. Grey color QQ only. EACH..................... Stationery, Lower Floor Electronic Calculator Three only of this model and priced to clear as it is dis- continued. US 8 desk model features 8 digit display, con- stant key, 4 function capacity. OC Oft EACH OU.MU Business Machines, Lowcr Floor Renaissance Chess Set Taken right from our regular stock and priced to clear. Popu- lar Renaissance design, featuring large size men (King weighted plastic figures with felt case. Black and white in an attractive box. 7 QQ Stationery, Lower Floor EACH Steel Sandbox with Canopy Sandals and Clogs Platform soled clogs in beige suede, white or navy leather. Assorted sandals platform soled, in white leather Q OQ Footwear, Main Floor SHOP SATURDAY A.M. TILL P.M. USE YOUR HANDY EATON ACCOUNT. Vinyl coated canopy protects sand box from sun. High back seats outside box allows more room for play. Heavy duty steel with slat seats. In rust-resistant enamel Q QQ Toys, lower Floor finish. Size 58'4x30x40" high. EACH Steel Wail Swim Pools 10' x 24" Standard Pool. EACH 10' x 24" Deluxe Pool. EACH 8' x 15" Pool. EACH 22.99 29.99 10.99 Toys, lower Floor Aqua Lounge Inflatable size 5' x 3'. Capacity 250 Ibs. 3 independent air chambers. Not affected by sun, salt water, chlorine, QQ or oil. Welded sfiams. EACH Toys, lower Floor Mystery Recliner The mystery of this recliner is the hidden headrest when chair is in upright position, hence the small appearance yet the comfort of an expensive recliner. One only in either green crushed velvet or ivory ribbed velvet. PQQ 00 Furniture, Second Floor EACH Cedar Chest Slightly damaged. Wclnut veneer outside, cedar lining inside. ONE ONLY..... Furniture, Second Floor 79.00 Floor Polisher Two counter rotary brushes. 12" polish pfcth. Set of brushes plus set of felt pads. EACH Polishers, Second Floor 26.95 Canister Vacuum Suction control. Draw 1800 cu. in of air per second. Stand-up storage. Ceramic baked steel body. 7Q QQ Vacuum Cleaners, Second Floor EACH Tiffany Carpet "Tiffany" sculptured nylon broadloom with built-in cushion, non-allergenic, easy-clean. In red, champagne, antique gold, pumpkin, gold bronze, soft green, moss green, C QQ Floor Coverings, Second Floor and blue. 12' width. SO. YD. R.C.A 26" Color Television Two only. Accumatic color. EACH R.C.A 26" Color Television Accumatic color. ONE ONLY Viking 19" Color Television Pre-set fine tuning, instant picture and sound. ONE ONLY Black and White Television Viking 599.99 569.00 359.00 119.95 Lloyds' Component Stereo and Stand 189.95 ONE ONLY Lloyd's Stereo with 8 Track ONE ONLY........................... Sanyo Stereo Component ONE ONLY............................ Viking 9" Black and White TV 159.95 189.00 ONE ONLY 79.95 Home Entertainment, Second Floor Viking Top Load Dishwasher Push buttons, plate warmer cycle, rinse 9AQ 00 and hold. Color 10.00 extra. EACH Major Appliances, Second Floor R.C.A. Stereo 5 pieces including stand. ONE ONLY 5J3J.5JO Home Entertainment, Centre, Serond Floor Power Shop Made by Black anc! Decker. Power shop includes drill, tool stand, brushes, stone and buffer. 23 95 A real asset to your workshop. EACH Hardware, lower Floor Propane Torch Kit Comes complete with handy carrying case. Q QC Propane tank, separate burners. EACH Hardware, lower Floor Parts Caddy Keep all your loose nuts, bolts, etc in one handy C QQ spot. A must for all workshops. EACH Hardware, Lower Floor Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: This letter is for the woman who wrote that her son was killed in a motorcycle acci- dent and that she and her husband have been to drink and pills. We, too, lost a beloved son. He walked out of the house laughing, healthy and happy. A few hours later, we learn- ed h> had been shot to death. Our son was 21, handsome, bright, full of dreams and ambition. He was on the dean's list even though he worked two part-time jobs. He wss a loving, joyous person who wanted only to serve humanity. We, too, are heartbroken by this senssless tragedy, but we have not turned to drink or pills. We have turned to Gcd and He has given us the strength to go on. The bible says there is a time to laugh and a time to cry. A time to DEAR ANN LANDERS: Is it good or bad to pay children for doing things around the house? Our six-year-old gets 50 cents a week and our eight- year-old gets a week for keeping their rooms neat and helping with the dishes. When they do extra chores we give them an additional nickel or dime. A trip to the grocery store nets them ten cere's extra. They both have sav- ings accounts and appreciate the valus of money. Our friends say family re- lationships should be built on co operation and children should not be paid (bribed, they call it) for doing their DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've got to tell someone be- fore I explode. Three weeks ago my brother killed him- self. He was 28, handsome, intelligent, considerate and a success at -whatever he at- tempted. Jim was two years olc'ar than me and I enjoyed the status of having the most popular and most attractive brother in town. In spite of the attention he received he didn't date much and did not marry. Jim put himself through col- lege and spent nearly four in the air force. He did a tour of duty and when he separated from the service six months ago he seemed moody and preoccupied. I couldn't reach him, although I tried on occasions. The day he took his life he mailed a letter to our par- ents a very long letter, in which he revealed that he was a homosexual, depress- ed, unhappy and saw no rea- stm to go on living. He said he had read dozens of books DEAR ANN LANDERS: In regard to the letter about the 14-yoar-old boy who kissed both his mother and father goodbye: I don't know if you can use this, but I would like to quote Dr. Irving ieber. In his book, "Homosexuality: A Psychoanalytic Dr. Bieber reports that out of 106 homosexuals he studied. 77 had mothers who discourag- ed masculinity, but all 106 had detached, passive, hos- tile, or openly rejecting fath- ers. Not one had a normal father son relationship. Bryan Mages, in his book "One In concluded, "There is one childhood pat- tern which is, as it were, the archetype, and everyone who into the subject has remarked on it before long: DEAR ANN LANDERS: You seem to be straightfor- ward and not afraid to say exactly what you think, please don't let me down. The prob- lem is with my parents. It there anything wrong with correcting your dad or mother if they say something fake in front of company? I was brought up to think that lying is wrong no matter who does it. If a kid is taught that he must always tell the truth and then he hears one of bis parents breaking that rule, dance and a. time to mount. I find these thoughts im- mensely comforting. And I believe, too, there is a master plan for our lives that cannot know at this time. I'm sure it is true because three times in recent years God has seen fit to spare me. So it seems that our son had ful- filled his purpose in life and I have yet to fulfill mine. To all who grieve I say, mourn not for what you have lost, but be thankful instead for the beautiful memories. Mother DEAR MOTHER: You have found your answer and made your peace. How much better than to rail against tb? injustice and senseless- ness of it all or to turn bitter and tose faith in everything. Your wisdom is born of an abiding faith, and therein Hes your secret of survival. share. "After they point out, "your children don't pay for their room and board." This has developed into quits an argument. What do you say? The L's And S's DEAR L's and S's: It's good for children to learn early that some connection exists between work and pay and between giving and receiving. An allowance is essential these days, and accepting responsibility is essential too. So why not relate them. It's better than handling over an allowance, as a gift, to lazv, un cooperative loafers. Isb wonder so many kids have the idea that the world owes them a living. oa the subject, seen a psychia- trist for an explanation of his homosexuality, and ended up blaming the stormy marriage of my parents. After 30 years Mom and Dad are still battling. I can remember the black eyes and the beatings my mother took when we were children. I re- call vividly hiding with Jim, under the bed, and how once, when Jim tried to pro- tect Mom, he got a beating himself. Now with Jim's suicide and this letier, Mom is on the verge of a nervous break- down and Dad is just numb. I don't understand any of this. I was very close to my brother, yet I never had the faintest notion that he was fighting this battle. What cause; homosexuality? Hcip me, please. I. lika Mom, am at the Breaking Point DEAR B. P.: The next let- ter contains as good an ex- planation as any I have ever seen. Over and over again it is found that a homosexual male lias had an intense relation- ship with the mother and a deficient relationship with the father." Perhaps just knowing these facts will help some parents to rear their children to be sexually normal. I enjoy reacMng your col- umn very much. Please don't let the needbrs grind you down, Ann. We need a coura- geous and consistent stand- ard bearer of the truth, and you come as close to it as anyone I' know. You All Th2 Way DEAR FOR ME: Thank jou for an excellent letter and for that kind (though ex- travagant) compliment. is it wrong to say so in front of whoever happens to' be there? I hope you get the pic- ture. A Corrector In Trouble DEAR COKRECTER: I get the picture all right, but I'd like to point out that tact and consideration for a parson's feelings can be just as im- portant as honesty. You should have waited until the company left before you "cor- rected" your parents. No one likes to be hauled up short in front of his friends. ;