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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta September 5, 1973 THE UTKBRIDC-E HERALD 34 J PAINT and HARDWARE SPECIAL THURS., FRI., SAT., SEPT. 6, 1, 8 QUANTITIES LIMITED ZELCO SPRAY PAINT -Reg. 1.49 -14 oz. container! -Asst. colours 1600 LINE PAINT -Latex and Semi Gloss -Reg. 4.27..... MASKING TAPE -1" wide 180 ft .roll -Reg. 1.59 BENEKE TOILET SEATS Pink, Blue, Black, White, Beige. Req. 4.68 3.96 ZELCO LIGHT BULBS JUTE TWINE -240' -Reg. .48 .34 DRILL AND TOOL CADDY -2.4 amps 1000 R.P.M. -Reg. 24.95 1 SPEED DRILL and CADDY -V drill -Reg. 17.88 II H.P. Motor -Reg. 34.95 -Trims ceiling onglej ond eioor frames. -Reg. 1.29 -For paint edger -Reg. -79 ZELCO ANTIQUE KIT -Assorted colours -Reg. 3.96 FISH BOWL AND GOLD FISH -1 qt bowl -Reg. 1.34 RETRACTABLE SCRAPER -Perfect for cleaning paint glass or tile -Reg. .49 QUAKER STATE OIL -SAE 30 -Reg. .82------ i for 6' LADDER -2 only -Rag. 17.59 14.96 ARCTICA ZELCO ANTI-FREEZE -1 gal. -Reg. 2.39 DECRO-WALL -Self sticking wall panels -Reg. 4.96 .09 2 Ib. block rubber mallet Reg. 2.66 .96 ZELCO 4 PACK MOTOR OIL CEILING LIGHT FIXTURES -Red or green IELCO 1. INTERIOR PAINT 7.47 -Semi gloss and latex Gal. FURNITURE ROLL-OUTS Holds Ib.. Reg. 1.96 Vv Zeller's County v' v v Cholera strikes Italy Holdina her baby, a young mother leaves an aide station through a window after receiving anti-cholera shots The press of the crowd waiting to get cholera vac- cine shots in Naples where nine cholera deaths have been reported was so great that it was impossib'e to leave the aide station through the door. 29.86 I Teachers receive advice on girls By ROD CURRIE LONDON (CP) Young malt" teachers haie been ghen a word of advice about girls for the opening of the British school term today. And it comes not a minute too soon if female pupils are as cunning and calculating as the Assistant Headmasters' Association (AHA) suggests. "The first myth we would like to dispose the AHA says a classroom guide, "is 'Human' approaeli suggested TORONTO (CP1 A Toronto lawyer says that Immigration Minister Robert Andras should take "a more humanitarian ap- proach'' in dealing with the problems of immigrants facing deportation Mendel Green was com- menting in a weskend interview on the case of Rafael Hernan- dez, 32, who came to Toronto from El Salvador in 1S69 on a visitor's permit and then ap- plied for permanent residence. His application was rejected and he was ordered to leave Canada but he appealed the de- portation order to the Immigra- tion Appeal Board, and is awaiting its decision But the problem is that Mr. Hernandez cannot leave the any or lie will not Ix- allowed back in REGIKA (CP1 A second S A. Arnold, deputy registrar interim report of the Saskatch- tor the appeal board here, sj'd ewan Constituency Boundaries the feeling that girls are somehow innately more re- fined than their boy counter- parts chivalrous instincts are in for a budding dent if you bring a romantically- idealized view of girls into the classroom. GIRLS ARE TOUGH "Girls are far tougher than you think and probably worse- behaved, Swearing and bois- terousness can lead to shock- ed dissnchantment for the teacher.'' Not only that, a "disturbing element'1 may enter the situ- ation when a teacher finds girl pupils, maybe only a few years younger than himself, exceedingly attractive we can say is that you should look for other pebbles on safer it says. Although the book is a gen- eral guide to all male teach- ers on the subject of girls, it is aimed mainly at recently- qualified teachers starting their careers or those ioining co-educational schools for the first time In dealing with a girl stu- dent who has developed a crush, a male teacher should brisk and rather distant, kind but scrupulously fail-." Electoral map revisions j psople facing deportation would j be allowed back in ths country only with the consent of the im- Commission, released today, proposes further substantial re- visions to the province's elec- migration minister, cr if the ap-; toral map. peal board eventually ruled As in the first interim report. they were entitled to become i submitted last April, none of landed immigrants. the e x i's t i n g constituencies A younger brother of Mr. would remain unaltered. Hernandez was shot in El Sal- vador eight months ago. Criti- cally wounded, he asked to see his brother. After the commission makes its final report this fall, after further Viaarings. the legisla- ture will make the final deci- But Mr. Heniandez said he j sion on the proposals. didn't dare leave Canada, be-1 The latest report maintains located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Dai'y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 cause he knew he couldn't get back in. He appealed to Mr. Green for help but the lawyer was unable to obtain a guarantee that Mr. Hernandez could get back into the country if he laft. case Is not said Mr. Green. ''I've had numbers of cases where I've requested special per- mission of the minister's office as well as local senior immigra- tion officials in every in- stance they vtere denied. "In dealing with human many of the features of the first report. The total number of constituencies would rise to 61 from GO. and urban centres would have increased repre- sentation. There would be 22 completely urban constituencies, up from the present 15, while the num- ber of completely rural seats would drop ot 32 from 36. Total mixed urban rural constituencies would decrease to seven from nine. Much of the urban increase would be in Regina and Saska- beings, situations arise from i toon, with Regina having nine time to time that should afford j constituencies, up from seven, reasonable grounds for con- and Saskatoon's share going lo sent." eight from six. J BEDDING Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sept. 6-7-8 LIMITED QUANTITIES BIG BIG BUY BLANKET FLAKED FOAM -Queen size 80x100 -Assorted colours -Reg. 7.96 -Ideal for cushions Ib. bag -Reg. 1.29 SUBSTANDARD -Double bed size -Washable -Reg. 5.66 WESTMINISTER THERMAL BIG BIG BUY PRINTED BLA1 -72x90 -Washable -Reg. 7.96 -Substandard double -60% polyester and 40% viscose -Reg. 6.33 WESTMINISTER 63 x 90 90 x 110 78 x 108 FURNiTUKE -60x70 -Green, gold, brown -Asst. prints TEMPO BLAN1 -30% Acrylic 20% nylon POLAR FLANNELETTE 80 x TOO 70 x 90 FORTREL -72x90 -Washable -Reg. 7.46 bed size gold and olive NORQNDA Twin size Double size Pillow cases PERMA PRESS EXECUTIVE SHEETS Twin size Double size FLAKED for cushions -1 Ib. bag BATH MAT SET -2 pc. set includes rug and lid cover POLYESTER free -Non-allergic BATH MAT SET -5 pe. set -Assorted colours SHOWER -Assorted styles and colours OFF 45" FISHNET -No sew drapery -Assorted colours yd. Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;