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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 52 1HC UTHBRIDGE HERAIB Wedrmdov, MortS 14. 1973 AND MORE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 1940 K41970 Knowledge is power and also popular, judging from rhe steady rise in average educa- tional level for the U.S. population. The years of formaf schooling hove been increas- ing steadily since 1940. Currently almost three-quarters of the population between the ogej of 25 and 3-1 has of leost o high school education, as against about 35 per cent in 1940. By 1980, it h expected to be 89 per cent. Similar percentage increases are registered in ail age groups. Sassy Junior Sizzlers Exploitation of the weak ea little dabs of dresses zested up in polyester doubla knits. With their own wee sizzlo pants. Hond-wajh Assorted summer colors. Jri. 7-15 with bib and puffy sleeves of col- ton eyelet, pastel embroidery wilh checked up bodice back and fronf sleeves. Tie belt a! back. STORE HOURS: Open doily "freelance" marijuana. "The more outside help an investigator ex- plained, "the better they liked it. The mob was able to culti- vate a false image of hai'd dvugs as solely a ghetto prob- lem when, in tact, it cuts across every class and income gi'oup in the country." II is the growing realization lhat parents, officials and po- lice alike have been "had" by this mab strategy, together with recent medical re-evalua- lions of marijuana, that is be- hind the growing trend in var- ious states to reduce or elimi- nate penalties for possession of the drug. But, because hard drugs are killers, in a way far more dir- ect than alcohol, there is little expectation that heroin and similar narcotics will be leg- alized as alcohol was in 1932. This means organized crime will continue to profit immen- sely from its favorite business. However, the dawning reali- zation that marijuana was, no pun intended, a mob smoke- screen all these years, should bring efforts to control hard drugs into clearer focus in years ahead. "It will be many one dnig expert told me, "before we regain the battle time lost by letting marijuana divert and dilute our efforts. But at least we can now pinpoint the enemy positions for the first, time." Perma-Presf 100% cotton sheets. Florals, stripes or sparkling whites 4 69 each Twin Flat or fitted Reg. M. Charming bed-ma the! go from washer to Hryer bed without Ironing, 128 threads per srj, In. nsolly hemmed. elaslo-fit In Wh or in two wide-owoke 'Pstnl dainty Lilac, Gold, Pink or Blue Floral rin White background. Twilight Stripe' Lilac, Gold, Green, Red-White-Blue. Cain havfl pastel harden to blend with strfpns. o-Twin flal, 72 x 96" h-Double flat. 81 x 96" e-Queen flat 90 x 108" d-Twin fitted, 39 x 75" filled, 54 x 75" lilted, 60 x 80'' Pillowcases, 42 x 33" "Sparkling WhTtej" _ Everyday lo n-Twin flof. 72 x 96" h-Twin (lot, 72 x 96" n-Twin fined, 39 x 75" fifled, 54 x 75" t-Pillowcosej. 42 x 33" Bedding nnd linen Reg. S5.69 .a. Reg ea. ea. Reg. ea. Reg. S6.69 ea. Reg. 58.98 ea. Reg. 52.98 ea. pricei COTTON teleshop 328-8611 STORE HOURS: Opan Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. lo p m. Centra Village Moll. Telephone 328-9231 ;