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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Wednesday, Sepl.mber 1971 LETHBRIDCE STILL HOME Mrs. Adelaide Packard, 68, seated, returned for her eigth "last trip" to the cily this week from her horns in California with her daughter, Mrs. Edward Fordham, left. Mrs. Packard came to Lethbridge in 1907 with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Porter. She was visited by members of the Lethbridge Quota Club, of which she was the first president in Alberta, and Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 of Eastern Slar at a calling reception af the home of Mrs. Mary Niven. Enjoying a visit with the two California guests is Mrs. Thomas Band OES Maple Leaf Associate Matron. Deaf education WINNIPEG (CP) Educa- tion Minister Saul Miller of Manitoba said the Manitoba School of the Deaf is the only Canadian school asked by the United States government to participate in a program to de- velop methods of improving ed- ucation for deaf children. More Family page 23 17-month-old Ontario baby removed from adoptive home MIDLAND, Ont. (CP) demanding a return of Kathy, adopted when she was Kathy to the family. 10 days old, has been taken 17 months later, from the only mother she knows. Mrs. Frank Gendron, the girl's adoptive mother, saic here the Simcoe Children's Aic Society "walked in with practi- cally no advance warning anc look her away because of fam- ily misfortunes." Neighbors are circulating pet- SOUTHMINSTER UCW will hold a USED AND USABLE SALE in the Church Hall Thursday, Sept. 30 from 6-9 p.m. and Friday, Oct. 1, beginning 9 a.m. Good used clothing for men, women and children, books, jewellery, small appliances, household goods, furniture, etc. Society officials said action was taken to protect the best interests of the child from an uncertain future. Mrs. Gendron's husband is unemployed and a patient a1 the Pentanguishene psychiatric hospital. OUT SOON She said she has letters from psychiatrists stating they are hopeful her husband will be ou of hospital within six months and able to support the family, The family now is on welfare, Mrs. Gendron said she in- tends to reapply for adoption ol the girl "although tie chances are very slim." Kathy was adopted in May, 1970. The Gendrons later agreed to an ext ended probationary period before the customary sis months because Mr. Gendron had been laid off. The society assured them last November. Mrs. Gendron said, "that Kathy would never be ,aken away." The Gendrons have another child, three-year-old David, also adopted when he was 10 days old. pumps feel like a whole new season. elty fitlle pump, new higher also dark brown polished 42.00 t centre. In black, alia brandy i' 36.00 on outlinei pump below. Med- llove soft kid wMh matching f iilksheen suede. 36.00 id exciting alylej .from which lo choose. Invite you to drop in ond try Iwo or three. 11. Fittings From 4A 615 4th Ave. S. Phono 327-7300 OPEN THUBSMY and FRIDAY UNTIL P.M. The homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN, DISTRICT HOME ECONOMIST Have you the invasion into your house? I'm referring lo the crickets, moths, beetles and which are now on the march to find winter homes. Cold autumn nights send Ihem iu search of protec- tion. Contrary to popular belief, in- sects do damage synthetic fab- You'll Receive Prompt Allen- rics. They eat through a n v fabric in order to reach food! poses more quickly than DDT. in soiled or stained areas. Both DDT ami Perthant arc Our best defense against both j chlorinated pesticides, the edult insects and their lar- Two new types of products may soon replace Perthane. Both the synthetic Pyrethroids professional drycleanprs. Sol be completed on these products in an American firm's slogan writes Extension clothing spe-! soon and that they will be avail- "Drop Your Pants Here cialist Mrs. Marilyn Hemsing. abje in News About Mothproof- ing Products. The mothproofing industry formerly used DDT as its only active ingredient in the mothproofing formulations sold to drycleaners. Today, dry- cleaners arc replacing DDT with Perthane, which decom- vae is thorough cleaning. A well used vacuum removes the pests bodily. Our second de- fense is thorough cleaning of household furnishings, and clothing before storage. The in- sects cannot survive on clean fabrics, even wool. Store garments in a cool 'airly dry, dust-free dark area. An ideal temperature of 40 de- grees with n humidity of 60 per cent is maintained in the spe- cial storage vaults provided by and the organic phosphates ap- pear to have less pollution- potential. The pyretliroids are non-toxic to humans but are either toxic or repellent to most insects. Reportedly, the organ- ic phosphates now being tested are less toxic to test animals than table salt, and yet protect against the larvae of moUis, beetles, silverfish, and other in- sects. It is hoped that tests will "If needs a few accessories like a sports car ind some blondes in black fights." YOU CAN REAP THE VALUES NOW AT NATIONAL DEPT. STORES MEET OUR NEW MANAGER Another Jean Jamboree! PAIR--LEE--LEVI FLARE JEANS In Denim, Corduroy. Latest sfyles and colors. Reg. to PAIR 5 MR. JOHN HETESY TURKEY PLATTER A must for your Thanksgiving Turkey.. Size Reg. 1 MEN'S DRILL PARKAS Warm quilled.lining Shrired waist Detachable hood National ii your Headquarter! Underwear AND UP LADIES' SKI JACKETS Pile lintd 100% nylon outer Hidden Nylon Hood Some Inilruclor Style All siiei anc' colors available. Compare af at s 7 BOYS' SNOWMOBILE BOOTS Heavy rubber bottom. Nylon upper with drawstring cuff. Canadian made. Sizet 1 to 5. Reg. EACH 0.95 MEN'S SUITS S Latest single breasted styles in vivid fall shades. Sizes 36 to 44. Reg. EACH 25 MEN'S HUNTER BOOTS Iniulaled, net-lined Cleat Soles i Sizei 7 to 12 PAIR 4 GREY BLANKETS SPECIAL GOVT. PURCHASE Army blanketl A-l condition Reg. EACH BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKI JACKETS Warmly quilted outer shell. All sizes and colors. Compare at EACH BOYS' PULLOVER VESTS 100% acrylic sleevelets with belt Round neck. Assorted 00 colors. Siies 8 to 16............. EACH GIRLS' SKI JACKETS Pile or without hoods. Nylon outer. Compare at EACH S6 PILLOW SLIPS White hefrnet Smartly packaged Regular 42" siie Reg. Pair FOR THE YOUNGI ALL STAR HOCKEY STICKS COMPLETE WITH ROLL OF TAPE AND PUCK. Reg. NOW..... 1 WORK SOCKS Heavy Ib. weight Nylon Reinforced Toe and Heel. Smartly packaged Reg. to Pair 3 LADIES7 SHOES Brand namei aiiortmcnt of itylei and colon. Values foflfl.95 PAIR 2 LADIES' SWEATERS MADE IN ITALY Acrylic fibre In an aiiortmenl of ifylci and colon 2-PIECE SET EACrl 4 LADIES' CORD DUSTERS Smart cord dusters for around the house. HiO. A STEAL AT.......... OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M. CHARGEX at NATIONAL DEPT. STORE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND 5ih STREET SOUTH WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO IIMIT QUANTITIES ;