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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 10, T972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 16 FLAVOURS 12-19 oz, net wl. pkg. 8 KINDS 3-oi. net pkg. FRANCO'S GRANDDAUGHTER MARRIED Maria Borbon y Dampierre ore shown during wedding ceremony del Martinei-Bordiu, 21-year-old granddaughter of Gen. at Pardo Palace chapel in Madrid. FTG. -'ico Franco, of Spain, and Prince Alfonso Wirepnolo) (Calendar of local happening Soutriminster Circle Square i Dance Cluh will hold Ihc regu- Jar dance Saturday at p.m. in Soulhmlnster hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Minus One Ckih will hold a dance in the Poli.'h Hall Satur- day frcm 9-1 p.m. Longacies Orchestra. M e in b c r s and guests welcome. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Shackle- ford will be honored on their SCth wedding anniversary with a family supper on Saturday at Sven ericksen's Family Res- taurant. An open house will he held for friends on Sunday from p.m. at Ericksen's, No gifts, by request. V The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, OES, will be held on Tuesday in the Ma- tonic Hall. The Southminsler Junior Girls' Choir, under the direc- tion of Anne Campbell, will practise at p.m. on Satur- day. Monday, there be the usual practice, and at p.m., the choir will meet at the TV station. Faith Rcbekah Lodge will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the Oddfellows hall. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion wil meet Monday at H p.m. in the Memorial Hall. Following the meeting Jock Koyle will show floral slides. Refreshments will be served. The Lelhbridge Symphony Vomon's League will hold the this vornen s ijeayuc V.L., Symphony Ball in Scp- jelcbiiig the paper on cold mornings for him. DIRECT FROM YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND 100% Pure Wco[ from only Knitting Wools at l q English prices. 07. 100% pure O.K. 13c or. 100% pure wool 4-ply 14c or. 100% pure wool Aron type 27< 2-oi. 100% pure weal Chunky 25c 2-or. Crimped 100% Nylon D.K............. Tie oz. 17 different qualities in over 256 benulifu! shades and all of wonderful "value" prices. HAIL GREEN WOOLS, YORKSHIRE Write today for your FREE ENGLISH SHADE SAMPLES to Hall Green Wools Canadian Representative, Dcpf. C29, 146, Don Street, Kamloops, B.C. Readiness program now unnecessary EDMONTON (CP) A good kindergarten in public sclioolr could eliminate the need fo Grade 1 readiness programs public school trustees vv e r told here. Jean McKenzie, a part-lime Grade 1 teacher, told the pub lie school board's monthly meeting that readiness pro grams arc no longer necessary because a kindergarten pr< gram is helping students ove como problems, and school have adopted many technique developed for Ihc readiness pro ;ram. The readiness program wa developed about t'.ree year ago when Hie boar 4 decided i would no longer send horn those children not malur enough for regular Grade i. Kay Ferguson, a Grade readiness teacher, told rh meetina (hat many cf her sli dents are ready to start regi lar classes after two or thrc months in readiness rooms. Tlie public school system ha only 15 kindergarten classes. A good system with sufficien classrooms would make elimin ation readiness program feasible LE RON'S HAIR STYLES Would like to announce that BARBARA (BREWER) BROWN and V1CKI ANDERSON have joined our staff 3ofh operators have over three years experience and have excellent knowledge in every aspect of hair styling. AS A SPECIAL WE ARE OFFERING OUR Perm, including cut, set and perm FOR THE RJLl MONTH FOR ONLY U OF MARCH LE RON'S HAIR STYLES 524 6tfi ST. S. PHONE 328-4729 Ann Landers FROZEN, WHITE or HONEY WHEAT Pkg. of 5 loaves PLANTERS DEAR ANN LANDERS: My wife and I broke up after 18 vcars of marriage. It was no liasly thing. We fought a Uvorce for years and then had a trial separation. This, how- ever, is not what I'm writir.g about. It's our teen-age daugh- ter I need help with. Linda's grades have slipped badly. My wife says it's the trauma of our divorce. I say tha girl's grades would improve if my wife took her car away and limited her dates until she shapes up. I want Linda to go on to college but at the rale she's progressing she'll never get out of liigh school. Do you think the divorce is lo blame? If I thought so, I'd go back lo my wife. Please hurry your answer. If falls much farther behind I'm afraid she'll drop In Fairficld DEAR WORRIED: I gel the impression you and your wife are better off apart. And so are your kids. Kesping a lousy marriage together "lor the children" is birdsville. Ev- erybody loses-. I suggest counselling for Linda. Shs needs someone to talk to. Let the counsellor decide whether taking the car away and restricting her dating privileges would ba p.asd or had. This is tco ccrmMcaled a decision to be made throug'.i the mails by a third ps'ly via an embatlled parent. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You've said in your column re- peatedly that a married couple should not live with their in- laws, nor should they live next door to Item if they can help it. I always respected your advice but my husband and I decided that since his parents were so great we could be Ib3 excep- tion to the rule. We boufiit a house next door to his folks. Tlia problem isn't the in-laws, Ann, it's my Inisb-nd's spDiled-roHen teen age sister. is a screaming, loud- mouthed brat who runs in and out of our home whenever she feels like it. She borrows money from my husband and clothes from me. More than once I've looked for something I wanted to wear end then remembered that my sister-in-law took it. Whenever we go anywhere she invites herself along. My husband doesn't like it any more than I do but he's afraid to say no to her. Frankly, so am I. This monster has us all intimi- dated by her big mouth. She is so vicious I sm scared to death of being attacked by her. Don't tell us to soli the house. We can't for financial reasons. What else can you Stymied In N.D. DEAR, STY: Medical science has devised methods tor transplanting corneas, kidneys, tfisth and to date I have not heard of a backbone transplant. You End your hus- band must somehow free yourself from the girl's and take command of the situation. I suggest you start by laying down new rules. No more borrowing. No more running in and out of your No more attaching herself to you without invitation. If she screams, ignore her. Tcgslher you two should ba able lo regain conlrol of your own lives. If you can't, I feel sorry for you. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, iM North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. GOGH. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "So much for long, romantic walks in the rain THE VANISHING SALMON Because or blfnd greed, a quirk of nalure, and an inadequate international taw, the Alfanlic safmon, known for centuries as the "King of is ihreolened with ex Unction, Read David tank's slory, complete with color photos, of how Denmark's refusal to slop the overkill of young solrnon is ihrealening ihe very existence of one cf our greatest fish. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE 48-fl. oz .plastic SANDWICH, WHITE or BROWN, SLICED 20-oz. net wt. loaf SKYLARK REGULAR COLOURED 3-lb. pkg. 6V'i-oz. net wt. tin RECONSTITUTED 180-1 ply big roll We Are Pleased To Announce The Promotion of MR. ROBERT KEMP To Store Manager of Safeway Store at 316 6th St. South Mr. Kemp was -first employed in 1961 and bsccme Assistant I Manager at 425-13 St. Norlh in 1968 where he until J being promofed. He will be pleased to serve you at liis nsw (t Inrnrion. CALIFORNIA FANCY NAVELS, CeKo Bag CHUCK FULL, CUT, TRIMMED, CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF......Ib. MAPLE LEAF, RINDLESS SIDE 21i-lb. pkg. PRICES EFFECTIVE IN IETHBRIDGE, MARCH 10 11. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;