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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdnttdoy, October 10, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 Miss Edmonton Eskimo Ellen Golka, 21, of Viking, Alia., was chosen Miss Edmonton Eskimo 197.1 at the Sunday evening competitions. A fourth-year education student at the University of Alberlii, she will represent Edmonton in the Miss Grey Cup pageant in November. Chosen from live finalists, she is five feet seven inches tall and weighs 114 pounds and measures 35-24-34. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: What I have to say will probably give you the chills. It did me. A group of kids (all of us between 16 and 18 years of age) were sitting around about three months ago talk- ing about your column on hitchhiking. You spoke out against picking up hitchhikers and you also mentioned the dangers of getting into a car with a stranger. I was the only one in the crowd who agreed with you. The girl who was most vocal in her disagreement said she'd been hitching rides since she was 13 and had never had any trouble. According to her, if a girl doesn't invite "trouble" she doesn't get any. Maybe you read about her in the paper a few days ago. She was hitchhiking and was later found in a cornfield by a pass- ing motorist. At this moment that poor kid is in serious con- dition in hospital. She had been raped and beaten, all her teeth and part of her gums were knocked out. The police said the person who picked her up must have been a sadist. No point in saying, "I told you but I remember how alone (almost foolish) I felt in that crowd when I said I thought Ann Landers was right. Say it again. Maybe this time more people will listen. Hoosier Who Appreciates You DEAR H.: Here's your letter and my thanks for writing it. I don't need to say it again. You did. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a bit of a museum piece same vintage as you. It's with a sense of joy" that I see ballroom dancing is coming back Will you answer a question, please? When doing the fox trot with a refined, middle-aged woman, how close should I hold her? This is no joke. I need an Band Era Bert DEAR BERT: Hold her close enough so you'll know you're dancing with a woman, but leave enough space so SHE'LL know you think she's a lady. Are your parents too strict? Hard to reach? Ann Landers's booklet, ''Bugged By Parents? How To Get More could help you bridge the generation gap. Send in coin with your re- quest and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Ann Landers. Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654. (Copyright 1973 Field Enterprises, Inc. of town Southminster Junior Girls' Choir will present 3 in 1 at p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Yates Memorial Centre. The program will include three musical skits and several ensembles by the Teen Clefs. The Anne Campbell Singers will join the Southminster girls in a presentation of the pop oratorio. Joseph's Dream Coat. Also assisting the choir will be Kathy Morris on piano. Garry Wood on drums and Mark Nelson on guitar. Tickets are available at Leister's, from choir members or at the door. WteeWhimsv i bf'ni ihc original art (or his Uour child's quoianon 10 ihis paper. LOOKS LIKE MAYBE CHEYENNE but it's Alice Springs, Australia, pardncr, a rodeo that draws contest- ants Irom New Zealand, Canada, the United States, Eng- land. Reparations forthcoming _ to survivors NEW YORK (AP) A convention of black doctors called on the United States government recently to pay reparations to the sur- vivors and heirs of men who took part in a syphilis study in Alabama. More than 430 black men who had syphilis took part in the U.S. public health service's experiment, designed to study the long- term effects of the disease on the body. The men were left untreated for 40 years The National Medical Association, representing about 6.000 black physicians, also urged thai children of the men in the study be given educational assistance, and that the survivors have free health care lor the rest of their lives. "You cap't pay for a man's life, but whatever they do, I would probably feel better." Charles Pollard, one of the 116 sur- viving study subjects, said. .'-to SIDES of BEEF Cut and wrapped ready for your freezer Current Market Prices Phone 327-5295 For Details SAUSAGE Cornish Hens Wieners Beef and pork mix 5 Ib. box each 1 Ib. package all brands 4-39 J.09 99' Mrs. Miines Fruit Peaches 2 Cheese Slices DAJII'C 9 TCC Case A 30 OL iCCllO 14 oz. Mrs. Milnes for I il Of 24Q VlireQQieS Apricots 2 for79pofT49-39 Beef It Up Plume 3 riUIIIO I4oz. Mrs. Milnes ..........J for Of of24W Bing Cherries Mrs 2 1039 Western 8oz. pkgs. 18 oz. pkg. Gas 7 oz. assorted Mushrooms West. Fam. pieces. 10oz. tins iljy Western Family. 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