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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta y, MUrcK 55, 1970 THE LETHMIOGE HEUID 21 Ann fl Landers Early School Entrance i Advanced By Researchers SASKATOON (CP) ''We've long recognized the dence that supports pre-schcol advantage of IleadSlart pro- or kindergarten education has I grams for underprivileged clul- DEAR ANN LANDEHS: Every DOW and then I read in your column where some nut comes up with information he thinks the world siiould know about. I'm a little lale with this letter, but I'm sure you'll remember the letter from the'Dakota goof who wrote about the opossum breeding through the nose. That is a lot of nonsense, Ami. It's not opossums. It's turkeys. I have raised turkeys for 20 years and am an authority on their habits. This is why the torn turkey has a snoot above his bill which extends while he struts. Strutting is Uie tom's mating Most huinaiis do not know this, but tea turkeys sure do. If they are interested in mating they join Uie torn in the dance and rub their nostrils against his snoot, similar to pollination of flowers. Some of your readers will refute this theory but they are ignorant and learn from books. 1 learn from turkeys. atrice, Nebraska DEAR EEA: Since 1 am not ultimately acquainted with turkey's, I must depend on books. According to World Book" Encyclopedia, turkeys mate like oilier birds and the snoot is not part of the act. DEAR ANN Recently I read a letter in your column from a girl who said she was very unhappy in her youth because her parents favored her sister. Ste always felt like the left out one. No matter tow hard sire 4ried to please her folks it was her sister who got tlic praise and the attention. My problem is similar and am the guilty party. It wasn't my parents it was my grandparents. I liked one set of grandparents better and I showed it every way I could. I showered my favorites with attention and I ignored the others. 1 feel awful about it now because the grandparents I ignored both passed nway within the last two years. I really miss them. Everylime i think of how terrible 1 acted toward them I want to cry. So please tell all the kids who read your column that they shouldn't play favorites. I realize now it can hurt adults as much as it can hurt kids. -Sorry Now DEAR SORRY: f'm glad you were big enough to admit you made a mislake. I'm printing your letter because I belive it has a good message far others. Confidential to Thirty Years ol Experience: Sorry, your life's story doesn't line up with your signature. It sounds as if you've had one year's experience thirty- times. Get some guidance and ttop repeating the same mistakes.___________ F1KAL DAYS OF BASTEDO'S BIG VALUE SALE! OVmtANDIKG SAVINGS BASTEDO FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY S22 5th Street S. Phone 327-7711 Stresses Slenderness Now that the midi is on the scene, some women think they can relax about the shspc their legs are in. Kot so. The midi stresses a slender frame, and heavy legs pecking out from midi hems are just as unap- pealing as heavy legs popping out of mini hems. By the way, save your minis at least through the spring and sum- mer, then look for a big midi surge in fall fashions. icon advanced by researchers it University of Saskatchewan. A study of an early entrance >rogram in Saskatoon public ;chools suggests that selected children can benefit from early entrance. Children normally enter school it their sixth birthday oc- curs in Ihc year of admission, Under an early-entrance pro- gram started in 1966, five-year- olds with January or February birth dates were admitted on Lhe basis of mental ability, reading aptitude, social aiwi emotional maturity and physi- cal health. Researchers compared three categories of Grade 2 pupils [or the studv: early entrants regular entrants of 1967 and children rejected [or earls entrance in liXXi eiitera normally in The study showed no differ er.ces between groups in aca dcmic performance and soci; adjustment, said John McLex liead of Uie university's specia tducalion department. This in dicates the basis [or sckcUo and rejection of early entrant is sound, he said. UIFFEHENCES NOTED "Saskatoon wasn't trying pick out geniuses. It was simp trying to get those students who were ready for schools." However, the findings, as we as evaluating the basis f< selection and rejection, show other results. the schools we: grouped on a basis of socio-cei nomic areas, some significa differences were noted in t perionnances of clnldren w were rejected fur early en ance. "The evidence suggests th some rejected tram early enlr from both Uie higher and low socioecoaomic areas cm have bcncfitled from being school or from some form pre-scaool or kindergarten ex- perience." Tlie reasons were essentially differenl, but both groups would benefit from earlier entrance, lr. said. dren, but it also applies to chil- dren from upper economic groups." 'Volue'Village THI B E N E F I T PARADE Our stocks are now eomplele. Including the new wet look and Icrinkle patents. New Colors New Toes New Heels 1295 25.95 We invite you lo choose your new spring ward- robe from our comprehenslvo range of world famous brand names, FOR THE TEEN AND CAMPUS CROWD The Wet Look Is In Perk Up Your Skin Skin is where all the rnake- p artistry turns to unaffected Make-up never looks ke it and can, in fact, bo radically eliminated if you often your slin with moisluriz- ng lotion and perk it up with light blusher. By ELIZABETH BART.MAN Calling your attention, it you re a mother of a teenage aughter! Some mothers in Alberta are lowing interest in plans [or a in home economics (or Kir daughters. So now 1 am ;king you! you consider sending our daughter to an in-deptl course in home econ- mics during the summer noli ay period? This course would be held a he Agriculture and Vocationa Alleges. It would supplemcn he school curriculum which i ilal for girls who are unabl to take licine economics school. Besides this training in horn management, [oods and clot! ing, a girl would have the add tonal experience of living in residential setting, possibly he lirsl experience of living aw; froni home. If there is sufficient inlercs in this kind of a program it probable that these summe curses could become prpgves sive, such as a beginner course one summer, uitermec iate the next, and senior th. the third summer. We shou consider the value of giving certificate at the end of eac course. All would depend upc yo-j and your daughter. Now, 1 am going to ask y to do something very impo tant, Here is what I'd like y to do. Write me a role telli me wlul you think o[ Ihis sug-} gcstion. Are you mleresled in sending your daughters for such a course in home econ- omics? If you need more in- 'ormation regarding it, or would like to phone me, call me at extension 431. You see, before the actual planning can start, we have lo "count noses" first to see how much ui'.crest or support there We Will Remain Open Thursday, March 26, till Frozen Foods SnCfbet Purity Aswrted A 1 for I 2 79 Ma Ling 10-oz tin Crystal First Grade Mushrooms Butter Pineapple Crisco Oil Salad Dressing Cheese Kon Tiki; crushed tidbits 19oz. tins 38-01. bortl. is by everyone. Furthermore, I he more support and sugges- tions we have from you, the bet- ter the planning will be. So it's really important thai you give us your opinion am suggestions. Do it now-, it is needed now. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "According to the catalog, he began to paint at a very early age." See our windows a complete selection in Red ...nil shades Blue While and Brown Q QC 0.33 UP CLOGS Kerf, Whit., 1 ft O I WiV MOCCASINS 6.95 B E N E F I T S H 0 t Co fir a full i SAVAGE SHOES A complete selection o? Mens' Shoci Availabls in Oat Den. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 61S 4 AVE. S. PHONE 3J7-7300 Open Trumday and FflrJoy Till 9 p.m. "These are the eggs all the kids will be hunting Easier morning." "They'll find them simply delicious." WHOLE OR JELLY Cranberry Sauce ALYMER Sweet Potatoes tin Tiny Teddy l4-oi. tins 2... 89" Gold, Mb. block PEEK FREAN Digestive f I Anorted Cookies Shortcake, Mb. pkg. for Pickles Jick'i, Swett Mix Corn Flakes Paper Towels Kellogg't 12-oi. pkg. Scott 3 2 1.19 1.00 1.00 1-00 For for olue'VUlage PRODUCE STRAWBERRIES 3 1 ,00 I CIIT1S 2 tbs. 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