Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Brr-r-r-r it't cold out here! RICK ERVIM photo Sunny Southern Alberta didnt manage to provide much of a warm glow for Shawn Dilhl of Winnipeg as he strolled through town early in the morning Perhaps by afternoon the weather might have co-operated and helped Shawn shed his win- ter mackmaw and enjoy the rest of his visit Bilingual advantages cited EDMONTON (CP) The bilingual child has emotional PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p m. and intellectural advantages over a child who speaks one language claims Di Btuce Bain of the educational department of University of Alberta Bain said a studv of un ihngual and bilingual students in Edmonton s two school provided some evidence to suggest that the bilingual or multi lingual stale is more natural than BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5th Ave. N. 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Phone 329-3355 (Old John Deere Building) Monday thru Saturday to p.m Thursday and Friday to p.m. The Herald- October 1, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Family statistics show VD on increase again Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers I was struck by the poignancy of the poem by R B Richards Palos Vercles Estates Calif 'Pardon Me Doctor I Die'' The old gentleman had buried his wife, most of his friends were gone his children were grown and on their own his work was done he was tired and sick very sick and he asked the doctor to take away all those tubes and machines and let him go in peace That plea was one I hope will make an impact on doctors everywhere I have another poem which I hope you will print Put Out the Flame I do not fear death dear physician As much as I fear the in dignity Of hideous deterioration Thus Euthanasia s friend spoke openly Kind doctor when that certain time arrives When I am not productive anymore Or cannot add to fellows lives Or with excruciating pain am sore- Then I beseech thee in God s holy name Perform thy greater Hip- pocratic role The hour unknown to me put out the flame Within my bod> and release my soul To take its journey to that Reservoir Where all departed souls and angels are Boston Globe Reader Dear Reader but there s a big difference between keeping a terminally ill person alive through ex traordmary measures and putting out the flame To put out the flame suggests to me at least that something be done to end a life I am not in favor of this The old gentleman who pleads Let me die is ask- ing that the flame be per mitted to go out but to PUT it out is to end a life and no man has the right to do this Dear Ann Landers There s a certain little high-fannied blonde in this office who pretends to be Miss Goody Two Shoes of the Prudential Building Some of the stories we ve heard about her from the last bunch of girls she worked with don t add up to the Virtuous Miss she is portraying Several of us have noticed that every Thursday she wears the same dress or pant- suit she wore on Wednesday also her hair is a mess This has happened four Thursdays in a row We have concluded that the gal has a steady arrangement and doesn t sleep home on Wednesday nights Should I be a pal and tip her q .5 Hi to its -part wil he sent tho original ar for his quote Send your child s quotai on 10 his papt. 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"20 ALARM BINGO Gold Pay Double Door Prize Free Cards (Many other extras) Regular 25e or S for 13th St and 6th Ave A N No children under 18 allowed off that we know and lo at least take a different blouse or skirt along and a hairnet9 Friend In Need Dear Friend I d hate to believe that even girl who it wearing the same dress 01 pantsuit that she wore didn t sleep home last night If you want to be a pal keep our mouth shut and suggest that the other cats in the office do the same B> JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau Incidence ol the venereal diseases gonorrhea and con tinuc's to increase leaps and bounds in Canada according to the latest statistics fiom the ledeial health department but ing the period from Jan 1 to Aug 15 ol this seal the number of reported cases of svphrhs hdb incredsed almost 19 per cent compared to the same period in 1972 During the same time the number ol cases of gonorrhea has jumped 11 1 per cent m 1973 compared to the same period in 1972 In tet ms of actual cases- go northea is far anead of nhrhb db a major problem in Canada There were 28028 cases during the first eight months of compared to 25 204 cases during the same pc-nod !dst Dunng the same two periods onlv 2 247 cases ol uere leported in 1973, compared to 1 890-cases reported in 1972 The figuies reflect the official leported cases cases of both dis, eases Continue to go un reported and untreated in anada During the whole of 1972 there were 41 467 cases of go notihea up 20 per cent from the i 440 cases repot ted in 1971 incidence of venereal diseases has increased so in recent throughout the world that in some parts of "North America tlies are second onh to the common cold as far as being common contaeious diseases lire latest statistics on go- nonhea wore released Tues Hc'alth iVhnister Marc Lalonde s office in advance of an international gonorrhea sunposium which will take place in Ottawa Oct 24 and 25 and which will feature Nobel winner Dr Gerhard Heizberg as a banquet speaker Platforms dangerous lOHOVrO (CP) Plat- form shoes mav be the rage but one doctor here believes are causing an appreciable increase in the number ol sprained and broken ankles and pulled ten dons Ho sard rt is impobbible to balance properh m platform shoe1 because cause a small bone the talus to slip out ol its normal position in the ankle Two More Days To Take of Eaton's Travelling Fur Event Outstanding collection includes: Natural Canadian Mink Coats in gorgeous shades of pasfel SO 1596-00ThreeQuarterCoats ;.oo The ever popular Muskrat Soft silky pelts in beautiful natural shades of muskrat Also tipped Some are fitted, semi-fit and casual loose styles in group Trimmed with fox or raccoon Full Length 3QQ.QO TOO-00 SO 399 Pant Coat Length .00 to 749 .00 Luscious and lovely soft and silky light- weight and warm That's Mink Paw Beautiful length coats in natural shades of pastel and sapphire with natural pastel mink collars and natural sapphire mink collars 99900 Something different Coats of raccoon heads with natural raccoon collars in that young and casual look The ''go everywhere" pant coats in soft silky China Mink (Dyed Weasel) Dark pastel shade with luscious collars and borders of soft fluffy dyed raccoon 595 .00 SPECIAL CLEARANCE Natural Canadian Mink Coats In light pastel shades Four only Sizes 10 and 12 CLEARANCE PRICE each 899 .00 FURS, FLOOR EATON'S Shop Eaton's Tuesday from a.m. to p.m. (or outstanding fur values. 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