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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ Friday, Soptombor 25, 1970 sewing on bis buttons. winy Runaway Problem Growing, Says Welfare Director OTTAWA (CP) Parents the Canadian Welfare Council. don't usually talk about it, but the phenomenon of runaway children is serious and growing says Reuben director of In his report to the council's annual meeting Wednesday, Mr Baetz said an estimate of Canadian children running LADY IS PRESIDENT For the first time in its history the Quebec Liberal Federa- tion, with members in the province, has a woman as its president. Lise Bacon, a 35-year-old office manager was not opposed for the post. away from home each year conservative and the situatio urgently requires study. By children he says he mean young persons legally defined a under 16 in son- provinces arid under 18 in ot ers. "Why do such -a growing num her feel the need to run away? he asked. "Except for assis ance in shipment back horn when apprehended, what 'folio through' rehabilitative servio do these youngsters and the parents Mr. Baetz also said the coun oil, which is trying to becom more flexible through structura changes approved at the mee ing, plans a major study of ap peal procedures for welfare a] plieants and recipients. There are wide differences and many shortcomngs in legis lation and practices on sue procedures in social assistanc programs shared by the federa and provincial governments. He said it has become in creasingly necessary that th council consider the idea of guaranteed adequate i n c o m within a framework includin >oth employment policies am social security policies. FREEZER PACKAGING Food for freezing should be wrapped in Saran wrap rathe than foil, because foil loosens. Neighborhood Salesmen Fading From Home Routim SASKATOON (CP) Door- to-door salesmen used to be a part of the daily routine of the average homemaker. The milk man, bread man, vegetable man and fresh fish man all made their daily or weekly visits. And other ven- dors called regularly to offer a variety of items at the door: costmetics, building supplies, handicrafts, appliances, maga- ?anes, brushes, spices and hear- ing aids. Now, a woman is more likely to be pounding a typewriter in a downtown office when her doorbell rings. Consequently the Dumber of neighborhood ven- dors has decreased. But there are still a g o o d number and in Saskatchewan the government has issued a pamphlet warning citizens to in- vestigate before they buy. "Watch for the unlicensed it says. "He ntay be a fly-by-nighter. Here today, gone tomorrow with your money." Licences for direct selling are issued in Regina. The. fee, which varies from to depen on the number of salesmt hired by the vending compan Companies also must bond tl salespeople. Licences must be endorsed 1 the municipality. But B. Knapp, assistant city licen< inspector, says the endorseme only indicates that the salespe son has paid an additional nr nicipal fee. It does not represei an endorsement of the perso product or service. Mr. Knapp urges citizens ask to see the licence of every salesperson, and to report thos who have none. The provincial governmer pamphlet also outlines th rights of a citizen who buy from a direct seller the changes his mind. "You may, within four day: cancel a deal by sending a re] istered letter of cancellation i the vendor. You may, with one year, cancel the deal if th salesman was not licensed the goods or services were no supplied within 120 days." TOP TWELVE 45 R.P.M. LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you want and send to us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1. IOOKIN' OUT MY BACK DOOR-C.C R. 2. WAR-Edwin Starr 3. JULIE DO YOU LOVE ME-Bobfay Sherman 4. LO-lA-Kingsfons 5. PATCHES-Clarence Carter 6. CRACKLIN' RCSIE-Neil Diamond 7. CANDIDA-Dawn 8. THE CIRCLE GAME-Buffy Saint-Marie 9. SNOWBIRD-Anne Murray t 3 10. EL CONDOR PASO-Simon and Garfunkel 11. RIKI-TIKI-TAVA-Donovan [312. LOOK WHAT THEY'VE DONE TO MY SONG MA Now Seekers COMING EVENTS SYMPHONY SEASON TICKETS CONDUCTED BY PROF. LUCIEN NEEDHAM ON SALE NOW AT LEISTER'S ENCOURAGE Rent an instrument i for your child Take Advcmlage qf Your School Music Program RENT A SCHOOL BAND INSTRUMENT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD, PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS I ADDRESS Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Mark Twain once said, "The holy passion of friendship is so sweet, steady, loyal and enduring that it will last through a whole lifetime if not asked to lend money." Sadly enough, I. had to learn this lesson the hard1 way. I lent some money to a friend and ended up losing both the money and the friend. I prized this relationship highly and I am heartsick. How does one say "no" and still preserve a friendship? Closed Door DEAR DOOR: Friendship means coming to the rescue in time of crisis. The key word, however, is judgment. For small say yes, but there should be limits even here. If the friend has repeatedly failed to repay pre- vious small amounts the answer should be, "Sorry No more." For a sizable loan, the best answer is, "I'll go with you to the bank and help you get a loan." You could still get stuck, but your chances are vastly better than if you simply hand over your own money. The friend who gets angry when you want your money returned was no friend to begin with. You lose nothing when you lose the friendship of a deadbeat. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I hope the woman who signed herself "Fed Up" will read this. She complained because her husband was building their new home and talked of nothing else morning, noon and night. He carried blueprints in his pocket and bored their friends to death. My husband built our house and I was warned by women who had been through it that it would probably be the worst year of my life. It was. These poor guys work their heads off at a regular job. Then they run to the new place, some- times skipping supper to get in as much work as possible before dark. They worry about whether or not the material Ihey ordered will come in, and will it be right. Then they have nightmares about inspection officers and building codes. My husband talked everyone's ears off for a solid year, )ut I let lu'm talk and I hoped our friends would understand. Now that we are living in this beautiful home I know it was worth it. I hope the women who have this experience ahead )f them will be smart enough to give then- guys a pat on the back instead of a kick in the pants. Proud Wife DEAR PEOUD: Thanks for writing. And now all you gals out there who may be faced with the experience remember: Pat the back. Don't kick the pants. CC Officers hild Care .ourse Creating the proper environ- ent for children will be the pic of a new evening course fered this year by the Leth- klge Community College. The course will start Oct. 6 id continue for 10 Tuesdays cm 7 to 10 p.m. Three environmental areas of child's development will be vered including physical, lotiona! and intellectual. Instructors will include Dr. m-y Kotkas, James MacNeil om LCC student services, per- nncl from the guidance clinic (I other leading psychologists d psychiatrists in the city. The class is open to anyone .crested ir. dealing with chil- en whether in kindergartens, lild care or the home situation. Willing Casualty LONDON (CP) Students Sheila Revell and Philip Daw- son have claimed a record of sorts after a kiss said to have lasted six hours. The only un- pleasant consequence was a cut lip for Dawson. Kennedy's Daughter Dedicated NEW YORK When you arc Robert Kennedy's daughter, "you wish you could live up to at least what he tried to do. You wish you really were as wonderful as maybe people might think you are, but who really Nineteen-year-old KaWteen Kennedy, who talks feelingly about her family, friends, father, religion and school in an exclusive interview in a re- cent magazine issue, confides that she keeps trying. To turn her back would mean "saying forget it to everything that Daddy ever worked for." Kathleen, a Radcliffe stu- dent, believes she is a product of her parents' "whole effort to make us aware Evci morning, we'd have to red three current events. When was Mummy's turn to drive th car pool, she'd make every body else in the car pool do too. They didn't appreciate too much. And on Sundays w used to have to make a specc about someone, and we di tearn what was going on. M family wasn't doing this be cause they were saying w have to go into politics or inl social work. The point is tha we're not going to sit back an enjoy what has been given i because that's not what, life' about." The' oldest child, Kathlee thinks having ten brothers an MINI-MIDI TREMORS Mrs. Joan Kennedy, keeping in step with changing fashions, startled parsons attend- ing a White House reception for Mrs. Ferdinand Marcos, background in photo, wife of president of the Philippines, by wearing a see-through blouse and midiskirt. She caused some society tremors 18 months ago when she wore a short miniskirt, to another White House reception. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Marital crisis No. safely encountered and weafhered." JOSEPH VANDEN DUNGEN and WANDA HOVEY STYll-RITE BEAUTY SALON Brenda Goodhope 1514 9th Ave. S. are pleased to announce that BRENDA GOODHOPE has recently joined their staff. FRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Tues" Wed" I J UIT and Thurs. on all beauty services (20% off if you clip this ad and present it) Valid until December 1st, 1970. For Appointments Phone 327-5000 Marianne Brouwer (KaMen) and Audrey Orstein are also en staff. We would appreciate and welcome allof our friends' and customers' kind patronage. BLACK PATENT CHUNK HEELS Regular Values to 12.95 NOW, TREMENDOUS VALUE THIS WEEKEND AT, PAIR ONLY OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI McFARLAND BLDG. LETHBRIDGE AVENUE SHOES sisters is "one of the best ex- periences anybody can have. You get to know lots of differ- ent people and you get to love them absolutely." Some of Kathleen's other opinions: ON SCHOOLS: "I think everybody should go to a paro- chial or a public school at some time in their life. It's ridiculous just to see a private school's 'privileged view.' But in Catholic school they give you too many straight answers all the time." ON THE DIFFERENCE be- tween a progressive, coed school and a Catholic girls' school: "At Putney you wor- ried about yourself and 'Where am I and 'What is going on in the At the Cath- olic school you dressed up and put lipstick on and thought about who you were going out with the next night which I thought was absolutely bor- ing." COLLEGE: "I don't think school is the answer. I just didn't at the moment think of anything else that would be really good to do. Unfortun- ately. I think next year if I don't live with friends in South Boston and help start an arts project for the community in our own house, I'll go to Italy and join an archeological dig." ON COED DORMS: "Now lots of girls, me included, are Jetting to know all these boys that we really wouldn't have gotten to know, or even wanted to know A girl doesn't get involved with her best friend, guy she talks to all the time. You learn to know peo- ple in the dorm much differ- ently than you would a boy- friend." Drug Centre Planned Needs 'Co-ordinated Effort9 People helping people, is the main thought behind the forma- tion of a drug information cen- tre at 1001 2 Ave. S. Approximately 50 people ranging from students to pro- fessionals attended an organi- zational meeting, called by the Youth Services Council of Leth- bridge for the centre. Although many groups in the city have become concerned about year, drugs those during the last in attendance agreed that none of these are meeting the problem and a co- ordinated effort is needed to create an "unbiased voice." 'Besides providing honest and frank information about drugs, there will also be crisis intervention, seminars and pos- sibly analysis of street said Brian Shaw, co-director of Odyssey House. During the coming week', a mard of directors for the cen- tre will be formed and heads of the various departments named. Then a crew of volunteers will be set up who will have semin- ar training on various subjects related to and concerning drugs. There was also some talk of setting up a 24 hour telephone crisis centre to deal with such topics as drugs, birth control, legal aid, suicide and referrals to community services. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE! CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT 52 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-] 2th Game LUCKY DRAW S CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Person! Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB BONUS PHOTO. Newest tMng to happen to your color snapshots! this, snapshooters who love to share coloi prints! Leave your next roll or cartridge of exposed Kodacolor film with us for BONUS PHOTO processing. Get an extra wallet print with every regular print. Makes sharing easy! (Available f< souare-sizeKodacoforfilm, 126, 127, 120 620.) [ACTUAL SIZE PftlNTS 3W SQUARE AND ZVi" SQUARE) VALUABLE COUPON OFF ON YOUR NEXT BONUS PHOTO Kodacolor Photofinishing Order from square size negatives only. (only one coupon to any order please) Take this coupon la any of these lethbridge Dealers TERRY ELAND'S A. E. Crosi PHOTOGRAPHY _______710 3rd Avenut S.-Phone 327-2673 BQYD'S PHARMACY LTD. 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive-Phone 328-3760 SKELTON'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY LTD. 424 Mayer Moorolh Drive-Phone 328-3565 STUBBS PHARMACY LTD. ________1506 S.-PKone 326-5512________ WESTMINISTER DRUG LTD. Westminster Shopping Plom-Phone 328-7833 TERRY BLAND'S A. E. Cross PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. Taber, Alberta ;