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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 6, 1971 cdom :is important co ese students WASH I NCTti Thnv years ;IL'H liincllo wanted' I" piiilnsuphy li'acher ulii'ii If uraduali-d Irani Ihe m Illinois. Instead, lie i.-- ja.iinir. .li'ifivy I'lark, a -.'l-year-nld San Miidk'd pre- uied at Ili'i-ki'ley. thru Kradu- alnl as a hiilory liKijnr. Class u'" '71. he'.-, a macilin- j'ohn I'.lmr.lKTi; of orange, i is a i. aHininiis v, iih'ii iiij.-.ler'.- (ieurcc m en- Krrtnllv. lit1 pivc up sl-l.i.Hiii-a-'.i ar en ilian jnli i with NIC I'.S. Navy and plans in buy a farm in Canada Why do these cullcgc-edu- t ated Americans elujose to ilior with Ibeir hand-'.' What ,-alislacluin llu'y tim! in me." nim'lio --aid. "1 Iii never along with the A MA." said J'lack. referring lo ihc Ameri- can Medical Association. "If you're no; learning any- in your jnh. it's not worth am'tiiiim." said Elllin- berp. While most college gradu- ates still follow traditional career palterns, others arc opting for a life in which wall-to-wall appliances do not define a man's success, and .security has little to do wilh income. These dropouts from the al'llueiit society hardly form a corporal's guard, but sociologists and college offi- cials view them as the fore- runners of a significant trend. JOBS TEMPUHAHY For most, the jobs are tem- porary, a romantic fling until Ihe market improves. A handful view Hie change as permanent. "Having more money than your parents does nut neces- sarily make your life better.1' Dinello said'. "If 1 really wanted to he a philosophy professor. I'd go ahead and be one." So five clajs a week, the iM-year-old Dinello hitch-hikes from his three-room apart- ment in Madison, Wis., to the University of Wisconsin where he mops floors from 10 p.m. until dau'ii for SHO a week. "It gives me eight hours to said Dinello. Plack paid his job on the production line of a machine company gives him timo ''to daydream, to fantasize." He said the SC7.50 a week he r earns ''is plenty to cover expenses.'1 Ulumberg, who is 27 and has held down an engineer1 job (or three years, said he wants "to try and find out what's a necessity ami what isn't." SKI.1.S POSSESSIONS So, he said, he's sold hi sailboat and motorcycle and is trading in his car for cheaper model. Hie that MIU don't need these tilings, won't miss them as he said. Dlumbcrg hasn't bought farm yd. though he said li has "some m o n e y o t enough to live on forever and plans to pick a site in Canada because land i cheaper there. It's not the income, stain or job which is important said Blumberg, who has novel (armed, but "a life where HKTF'S really a uu r p o s where what yon do toniorrm might make a difference ii what you eat." While the percentage of col lego graduates turning I manual labor is small, college placement officers say it is symbolic of a shift of value an.ong today's students. ANNIYE 1EARANCI THURS., FRI., SAT., OCT. 7, 8, 9. SUPER SADDLE VALUES The RATTLER Reg. S95.00 SALE PRICE FEATURES 1. 5 year guarantee tree 2. 15" full size leat 3. 12" safety front Single skirt plate rigging e WRANGLER Reg. (Now) SAtE PRICE FEATURES 1. 5 year guarantied -frea 2. 15" full size seat 3. Padded comfort seat 5. Rich mahogany brown SALE PRICE 29c 1.44 SAtE PRICE 1.44 SAtE PRICE 3.88 88c DELUXE LEATHER BRIDLES complete with bit and reins. Reg. SALE PRICE UTILITY DOUBDE LEATHER BRIDLES. Complete with bit and reins Reg. SALE PRICE PONY BRIDLES made of latigo leather. Reg. PRICE 4.88 STEEL CURRY COMBS. Reg. SALE PRICE 88c CURRY FLEX MASSAGE COMBS. Reg. PRICE 78c HOOF PICKS. Reg. 50c..................... FIFTEEN STRAND COTTON CINCHAS, standard and pony sizes. Reg. PRICE STANDARD NICKEL PLATED STEEL SADDLE HORSE BITS. Reg. BREAKING AND REARING BITS, nickel plated sleel. Reg. GLYCERINE SADDLE SOAP. Reg. bar...... SALE PRICE, BAR FLAT NYLON WEB HALTERS, red, green or blue with gleaming brass hardware. Reg. (While they PRICE 4.44 DOUBLE AND STITCHED DELUXE LEATHER HALTERS with brass hardware. HORSE SIZE. Reg. ...............SALE PRICE COLT SIZE. Reg. SALE PRICE 7.88 PONY SIZE. Reg. SAtE PRICE 6.88 YELLOW LATIGO HALTERS, double and slitched. MEDIUM. Reg. SALE PRICE 4.44 PONY SIZE. Reg. SALE PRICE 3.99 SPOTTED MARTINGALES. Reg. PRICE ROPING BREAST COLLARS, made of burgundy laligo. Reg. PRICE BAREBACK PONY FELT SADDLE PADS. Reg. PRICE PONY SIZE WOOD STIRRUPS. Reg. pair.....SALE PRICE, PR. 1.39 ALL FARNAM PRODUCTS HALF PRICE GROOMING BRUSHES ...............SALE and COLORFUL MEXICAN SADDLE BLANKETS- 60' 3'f 7.8830' 30' 3.88 MANr OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SADDLERY ITEMS NOT LISTED HALF PRICE LEE AND LEVI JEANS Sck'ction in Southrrn Alherlo BOOT BOTTOMS, FLARES, .BELL BOTTOMS. PLUS MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SPECIALS AVAILABLE KTAnuSHED RILEY McCORMICK LIMITED South Alberta's Pioneer Western Store Everything for the Western Rider and hit horso CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phono 328-5644 STILL ACTIVE A. Y. Jackson, lost surviving member of Canada's Group of Seven painters, ponders for a moment at his outdoor studio near Kleinburg, on his 89th birthday Sunday. He sfill paints every day. Mail plan broadened OTTAWA (CI'i Tlic ;.s- .sured imiil program of the Can- ada post office lias been PX- lendcd to six cities, brings the total to 23, Postmaster-General Jean-Pierre Cote announced today. Assured mail is a service which provides delivery on a specified day for all first-class mail posted before established deadlines. 'Hie program was begun in Toronto last February, and llio six cities entering it are Lon- don, Windsor, Kitchener and Waterloo in Ontario, and Saska- toon and Regina in Saskatche- wan. Under the program, delivery of first-class mail posted to major cities is assured within one or sometimes two (lays. rat to end all rats OKLAHOMA CITY lAPl Oklahoma City scientist has nurtured a rodent strain that lie savs may ba (.lie rat to end .'ill rats. The animal i.s iiealthy and s" vigorous, but he car- ins in "nis body a gene of steril- it On his forehead is a distinc- live spot marking his breed. Dr. Allen Stanley, a phy- siology professor at the Univer- sitv of 0 k 1 a h o m a medical ccnlre, says lie has capitalized on a genetic to breed a strain of the common brown rat (hit carries the seed of his de- struction of the species as a problem to man. It's a sterility gene be bred into the rats to reduce their number of offspring lie s ud in a recent interview. Stanley said the United States could reduce its rat population of 30 million to non-problem lev- els in less than eight years. Ihc federal government has budgeted almost 560 million for rat control since adoption of a huge program four summers ago. but the results so far are deputed. The country's big problem is the common brawn norvcgicus or the Norway rat. Stanley calls it "the perfect! parasite on man" because it has learned to thrive on man's food and luxuriate in man's house. It has no natural enemies, is too smart for traps and poisons, and has been too prolific to Itrnl Stanley's male rats are sterile and can produce no offspring. The females can have off- spring if they mate wilh a wild rat, but they will pass along the dead-end gene to half of the baby rats. Half of the males; will be sterile, half of the fc-1 males will carry the gene on (o the next generation. "When you get a species to a low point of population." says Stanley, "It's terrifically hard for them to recover." i The gene occurs naturally, i Stanley said. But "the gene in the wild state occurs infre- quently and so sporadically that it doesn't amount to anything." Despite (heir sterility, the males are sexually active. And they induce in the female a false pregnancy that takes her out of circulation for 17 days, nearly the full time necessary to produce a new litter. The genetic quirk that steri- lizes the rat also leaves a dis- tinctive white stripe or dot that does not appear on normal rats. The mark makes it possbile for even a layman, with only brief training, to breed the rats. Thus, says Stanley, a commun- ity could develop its own rat- control program. Through years of experiments and breeding, Stanley has cre- ated a reserve of thousands of rats with the gene, both sterile males and the carrier females who will breed more like them. PRINC Phone 328-6980 Centre Village Mall ITEMS FROM AROUND THE WORLD" A Browser's Paradise We would be pleased to demonstrate and discuss Wigs at any Ladies'Club or Group. PACKAGE BUY FOR... 3 ITEMS INCLUDED IN PACKAGE 1. SMALL HEAD SIZE WIGS (100% human hair) Suitable for Practical wearing Practicing different hairstyles Playtime pretending for children 2. STYROFOAM HEAD 3. STYLING STAND (suction base) LET US HELP YOU TO ENJOY YOUR WIGS MORE Br-ng them in for us lo service! CHARGES FOR OUR WIG SERVICE ARE: Cutting..................... Setting Cleaning or Washing........ Styling or Comb Out......... EXAMPLE: HUMAN HAIR WIGS. flfl Cleaning, set, styling............. Aj our Wig Bar on Thursday, Friday and Saturday is a professional girl to personally assist you. EXAMPLE: SYNTHETIC WIGS (wilh perman- ffO Aft ent Wash, styling ___........ Prices are the same for hairpieces Above Prices are our regular charge WANT TO RENT A WIG for costume parties, Hallowe'en or promotional dress ups? We have a few available. RENTAL FEE IS 5.00 A ictim provoked i his own death I DMONTON (CP> An Al- berta Supreme Court judge di missed a charge of man- si mghler against Carmen Var- nev, of Centre, say- mf, that Ihe victim had pro- ve ked las ov.ll death. The conduct, of the deceased u such Hint Mic aensed was in lifiorl in using the force. did" Mr .Jusl.HT A. M Tlo- chfne said. I in Kenneth McMcchan. ahso of Grande Ccnlre, died Aug. 9, 1970 near Grand Centre after falling during a with Courl tta.i told McMcchan had become argumentative and I had provoked the fight. Var- ney struck only one blow, bul MeMcehati suffered a frac- i lured skull when fell. IIV NP.XT SK.ASON? i VANCOUVER. TV. j Pacific [s a t i o u a 1 Ivxhihi'ion may have n uiulfi level purlung sysiem before year's fair. Charles .laggs, re-elected PXK president recenlly, said Iwo com- I miltecs are invosligaling the idea. "There are no firm plans al this lie said, "but we hope lo have some multi-level nmliTi'nmrd parking by fair time ncM Thursday, Friday and Saturday CHILDREN'S SKIDQQ CHILDREN'S SHOES Assorted Sizes 1 .97 CHILDREN'S Rod, While, Brown Sizes 6-3 BOYS' ZIPPER WOMEN'S FLATS Assorted Colors and Sizes..... .97 1.97 Sizes 6, 7, 8 ,y d 16J E3 BOYS' JOGGERS White and Blue Sizes 11-13, 1-5 3 .97 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ;