Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, May 9, THE LETHBRIDGE HMAID 25 RICK ERVIN photo Gobbling the goodies Seven-year-old Kim Vedres of 1823 1 9 Ave. S., took time off to sample her wares during the recent Girl Guide Cookie Day held in the city. Of the 1000 cases which were received in the area, it was expected that close to would be realized as profits for the support of the girl guide and brownie organizations. Those cookies which were not sold during the one-day blitz, will still be sold door-to-door until all boxes have been bought. Prison program in action TALAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Attractive Van Harlee, a clerical assistant at the Flor- ida Capitol, must say no ev- ery time she is asked for a date. "I tell them I'm still the property of the said the 22-year-old brunette. Each night, Miss Harlee must return to a state correc- tions department house where she and nine other women live as they serve the last months of prison sentences. She and two other women in the work-release program are employed by the state educa- tion department. She says she never tries to hide or advertise her prison "I feel more at ease and they do, too, if I joke about it with the secretaries in the of- fice who know about it." Her sentence, like that of most other women she lives with, was a result of the drug culture. "I sold grass (marijuana) and acid but I wouldn't sell she said. "I know it sounds odd for a junkie to have a con- science, but I don't want to put anyone through what I was going through." She is due for release July 1. The women live in a rented house in a residential section of Tallahassee, do their own cooking and cleaning and "somewhat make the rules." said Rini Barttett, an admin- istrative assistant in the cor- rections department who live with the women and three counsellors. They must get the same pay as others in a similar job. From their paycheques, they give the state a day, get a week to spend and bank the rest. "I never had a checking ac- count said Miss Har- lee. "I couldn't save, "I was just spending my money on drugs." Canadian Family Store FIELDS 318-6th Street S. Phone 328-6566 Sale: Thurs., Fri., Sat. At All Stores. While Quantities Last..: (May 10, LADIES' JACKETS Perfect pant topper! Belted sa- fari stvle, permanent press denim or cotton blend. Navy, beige, red. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. 6.8S to 8.98 LADIES' PANT COATS Styles and colours to suit everyone! Acrylic plaids, pearlized vinyl leather- look, buckskin, Canadian Mist, bonded wools. Sizes 7-15, 8-20, Reg. 21.95 to 34.95 Queen's chief press agent no job for 'gentle lady' LONDON (AP) A woman has the top job at Bucking- ham Palace, but women's lib- bers are angry because an- other man has been named the Queen's chief press spokesman. When the job became va- cant recently. Ronald Alli- son, television sports re- porter, was chosen over Anne Hawkins, No. 2 in the palace press office for 15 years. "That job, say palace offi- cials breaking into a hot em- WeeWhimsv Oorten GkUieM iw s the onf, nJ ft. her Wee VVh msy- Send yours 10 tins barrassed sweat at the thought, is not for a Lynda Leo Potter of The Daily Mail reported. "Goodness gracious, they infer, clasping their well-bred foreheads and shaking with horror, we couldn't, by gad, we couldn't give the job to a frail gentle lady. "Miss Hawkins, they admit, is super efficient, invaluable and a walking directory, but taking royal tours, bundling through mobs is no place for a woman." Michael Leapman, writer of The Times' Daily Dairy, said he get the same explanation and one palace official also told him: "I think we will have a woman press secretary when we have more women photog- raphers." ''If I were Hawkins, I would have picked up a directory of the r on-walking variety and hurled it straight at this anonymous official's Leapman wrote. Allison and Miss Hawkins are saying nothing, RAISE FUNDS QUEBEC (CP) Students at Quebec high school staged a his- tory and science fair to help fi- nance a field trip to Washington for its Grade 11 history class. Additional funds came from a student bake sale. Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: A few months ago our three- year-old son saw me go to work in white stockings. He was fascinated with my legs and wanted to touch. I ex- plained that they were part of my uniform. Since then he's been in- trigued with my white stock- ings. He tells me I should wear them all the time "to keep my legs warm." He checks to see whether or not I have them on by touching my ankles. Last week I caught him trying on a pair. I tried not to show how up- set I was. I simply said, "Stockings are not toys and you shouldn't play with my clothes." 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