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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Parental search Israeli parents searching through foreign news photographs for pictures of their sons missing in action. Egypt and Syria have not yet provided complete lists of prisoners of war. Calendar The Sunrise Ranch in Coaldale is in need of bicycles and tricycles in any condition for the new bicycle repair shop. Those wishing to donate may contact the ranch at 345- 3517 or the Lethbridge the Mentally TRetarted at 327-2911. A truck will be available for pick-up. Ann Landers FAM CALENDAR RM The Midnight Squares will hold a regular dance at p m. Friday in the Fort Macleod elementary school Round dance practice at 8 p.m. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups. Anyone interested in square dancing welcome to attend. The annual Masonic banquet and dance will be held at p.m. Thursday in the Scarlet Room of Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Members and invited guests welcome. Dear Ann I am writing this letter for my son Howard. He is 23 and engaged to be married around Christ- mas. But last week he decided he doesn't want to go through with it. Brenda her right is two years older than Howard and she is very pushy and domineering. They dated steadily for three years and Brenda was his first serious girlfriend. She is a nice per- but I'm sure she pressured Howard into giving her a ring. From the beginn- ing I knew she was chasing him. Howard asked me to write to you and inquire if it would be all right for him to write Brenda a letter breaking the COSMETICS Now At Lakeview Drugs 1017 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-5509 Sinct 1930 Have your carpets furniture cleaned and Duraclean' No messy soaking. No harsh Everything is dry and ready for use the same day. See fibers revive...colors como Don't settle for old-fashioned methods on the Duraclean Ab- sorption Process. Duncltan tht prafisiionil miihod hit iirnid commtndiiiM H Ptftnli' and ipprovif ol Amtncin Rittifch i Tilling For FREE quotation phono WILSON DONALDSON 14M-11AVMMMS. PIMM m-MM or M7-MM engagement. He says it would be a lot easier on everybody. What do you Concerned Mom Dear Easier for HIM but gutless to say the least. A fellow who three years of a girl's time should have the decency to say goodbye in person. Dear Ann Please don't consider this a put-down. I just want to tell you that I think you are missing a good bet. A person of your influence should be bending every effort to get colleges to include some courses on what married life is all about. The high divorce rate in our country is a scan- and getting worse. Because young people have no idea of what to expect. They can't learn anything from their parents' marriage because it's a different world today than it was 25 years ago That crooning lieutenant in the white pants doesn't always make the perfect husband. Enlightened instruction on everyday living would mean a great deal more than zoology or Rus- sian history when the going gets rough. How about D. C. B. Dear D. C. I dis- agree. College is too late. I've been speaking in behalf of family living courses in high school for 18 years and am pleased to report that many high schools now have them. I've also done a good bit of lecturing in high and I know what the kids Want to know because of the ques- tions they ask. They are eager to learn what makes a marriage work. Invariably someone wants to know how many times I've been married. When I tell them I'm still with the original model after 34 they actually It's but it's that a lasting marriage is such a novelty that it rates an accolade. Dear Ann In your which I a provocative question from one of your female readers caught my eye. I think I have an answer for her that was better than yours. The reader Scotsmen wear anything un- der their According to my they do ever since Queen victoria reviewed the troops on a windy day. How do you like that Old-Tlmer Dear I love Thanks for my laugh for the day. Obscene phone calls plague male operators 1t7l THI LITHMMDOI MMALD-M THE BETTER HALF By Bariw TORONTO Obscene phone calls are about the only problem for the 15 male switchboard operators work- ing at Bell Canada's offices in Metropolitan Toronto since it de-sexed its boards IB months ago. Most of the working with. Bell's more than female art students working part-time to earn extra money. They work a 6tt-hour with a half- hour off for lunch. Gary a first-year York University political science said he has been propositioned several times by women on the phone. get calls all the time. I guess I have a young voice and young-sounding girls ask me if I go to school and if I know their friends. they're trying to pick me All the men said they found the job boring and would not consider it a permanent career. they agreed the money and the flexible hours make the job perfect for a student. Others said the public makes them feel sometimes. make me feel like I must be stupid to be working as an said John Packowski who has been working 8 Mi months to earn money to return to high school. I want to this isn't my full- time job. I'm going back to school.' Toronto office manager Norma Guy admitted she was a little apprehentive when the first three men arrived. The three were deliberately hired at the same time for com- she said. Although she scheduled their supper breaks it was unnecessary because each ob- viously preferred to sweat with the women. Radical party issues strict sex directives six turned off see if you con find where I hid the other seven without waking ROME The Italiai Marxist-Leninist i radical group left of the Com has issued strict directives that are causinf frustration among eel members. A party official acknowledg ed that only 30 per cent of revolutionary party have been able to live up to official sex guidelines. reason they saic Angelo 30-year-ok editor of the because oi political differences betweer husbands and In a manual presented Secretary-General Aldo Bran the party made sexual harmony one of its chief die- turns. in that Bran- dirali one be serene the day after and begin a new day of struggle for-the ul- timate victory edification of BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 22912tk St. N. Nov. 2nd 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW GAME IN 58 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4th Mi 11th IN 7 NUMUM OK lit 5 CARDS FOR 81.00 POT OF OOLD S3S Single Wlmwr FlrM ii GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 11.00 DOOR PRIZES 38 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed 4 major technological advances make Panasonic Quatrecolor beautiful watching. CT-398C And Panasonic makes many beautiful ways to watch it. Each beautiful Quatrecolor TV has four major advances built right in. To make sure you get the most brilliant TV picture available right now. And continue to get it for years to come. 1. Modular Chassis. Every Panasonic Quatrecolor TV has components on five modular boards. Each one snaps out for less expensive replacement. If it's ever that is. Solid State Circuitry. For cooler perform- ance that's more reliable. Because cool components stay in top condition longer. For more stable per- formance now. and in the years to come. Because the only tube is the picture tube. 3. Black Matrix Picture Tube. For a life-like color picture. And Ultra Pana-Matrix Pic- ture Tube in all Quatrecolor models. Combining super negative guard band black matrix and new phosphor application process to create a picture over brighter than any Panasonic you've ever seen before. 4. Q-Lock. One pushbutton adjusts contrast and brightness all at the same time. And even compensa'tes automatically for changes from channel to channel and programme to programme. In manual controls allow adjustment for personal viewing preference. A beautiful TV picture in beautifully designed cabinets. We've shown just four. Your Panasonic dealer can impress you with the entire range. From contemporary to classic. From and portables to magnificent including one with remote control. Panasonic well worth looking into. Panasonic is beautiful watching in black and too. From an innovative desk model with a pop-up to a grand Panasonic makes Black and White TV beautiful to watch. Some in very colorful cabinets. Some with Set-and-Forget tuning. Some that are solid state. Some that operate on AC and DC. Most with Speed-O-Vision. And one comes with an another with a built-in cassette recorder. And like all Panasonic TV they're made to look on or your Panasonic dealer to show you black and white. Panasonic just slightly ahead of our time. Bator Ltd. 112 4th Ada. Tomorrow's Furniture Ltd. 1284 3fd Avo. LothbrtoOjOi AIL 128-41N ;