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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Unusual auction Many strange and Interesting hings come under the auction- eer's hammer from time to ime. Coming up this weekend Is lurely one of the most unique sales ever held in Lethbridge. Some 300 to 400 new-season lats from a close-out sale are 0 be auctioned off Saturday morning. These include high-fashion velvets and summer straws in 1 wide choice of shapes ind colors. According to the ie expects to receive some- where between 50 cents and for most of them. At the same a small of women's and chil- iren's new clothing will also be ip for and all items will K sold separately. The auction action gets un- 3erway at a.m. Saturday it the Auction 2408 2 N. WeeWhimsv Gract Kiddy nffl wit ongin.1 in for her quQn. Send youf quotation to ihis papery THE BETTER HALF By Barnes COMPLAINTS I've got some complaints I'm getting haven't got all the money I'd like to have Morning show challenge to host TORONTO The only trouble with CBC's nationally broadcast radio This Country in the is that it goes on the air In the morn- says host Elizabeth Gray who substituted in July for regular Peter Gzowski. of a there I was when I'm usually grumbling at my she said in an inter- view. pretended there was one special person out there listen- ing and I said good morning lo She said she also had to fight hoarseness at nine in the morn- ing at the suggestion that her greeting be she ex- no. It's got to be real. I just work hard to make it sound JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY AUGUST 9th Sponsored by Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Eviry Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 54 Numbers 5th-7 No. Jackpot o' Gold 256 PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th St. 'C' N. August 10th at 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4th 8th 12th GAME in 7 NUMBERS or LESS 5 CARDS FOR POT OF GOLD Single Winner First 12 Games Neighbors Receive 50c GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry -r- No one under 16 years of age allowed. Ann Landers Mrs. Gray was already famil- iar lo listeners of the daily show through a number of in- terviews she aired for the pro- gram during the last year. the CBC approached me to host the I saw it as a said Mrs. Gray who has conducted her own interview show in Ottawa called Now Just Listen. Mrs. who calls herself a said she was also lucky when she worked with Mr. Gzowski when he was editor of The the student newspaper at the University of Toronto. was doing honors Eng- a bad I was working like crazy with Pe- ter on The Varsity. I learned a lot him then and later when I worked for him at the Star Mrs. who fitted In with the blue-jeaned young men and women in the office and blended with the over-used fur- niture in her peasant shrug shirt and bare says the day for the show's staff of 15 starts at 6 a.m. It began with the show. This means she went on to meetings and planning the nest day's show instead of working every- thing forward and closing with a show. doesn't seem to be any place planned when one can she said. put in a 10-hour was afraid to accept in- vitations for an evening out be- cause I had to get to bed by 10. I was lucky parents and in-laws are here and they provided me with quick Mrs. Gray said her husband a freelance does his share as the family partner and there is a baby- sitter for her three children. I try to reverse the male-female roles but it breaks down to sharing the homekeeping. I really don't want to repair the DEAR ANN You have printed several let- ters mothers who are fed up with the selfish and in- considerate demands of their married daughters. These mothers have signed them- selves Plain and Much Is Why don't you print some letters from married daugh- ters who have and are Plain of their moth- Surely you receive such letters. If not here's the first. My mother lives two blocks from us. She phones me at least twice a us- ually it's more. I can't tell you how many times I have walked into the house and heard the phone ringing. Her first words have you I've been trying to reach you for an When DEAR ANN I'll come right to the point. I'm in trouble because I'm a liar. I met this groovy dude at the bowling alley. He is out of sight. I told him I was 17 and a junior. The truth is I am 15 and will be a fresh- man in the fall. He says he wants to see me again and I am like psychotic just think- ing about it. Eventually he will find out I lied to him. Should I tell him I was sick in a hospital in England for two Or would it sound better if I said my grandmother took me on DEAR ANN Recently you printed an in- teresting letter about compul- sive talkers. You described them very well you didn't say what to do about them. I am surrounded by three such characters my wife and her two sisters. Can you help I am known to be a good but even a good lis- tener likes to say a few things now and then. It is vir- tually impossible to get a word out when my wife and her two sisters are in the same room. No one ever fin- ishes a sentence. They inter- rupt each other and talk until DEAR This is f o r the smoker who pleaded for You say you wheeze and cough and suffer like I on buses and in elevators and dozens of places where signs are clearly in evidence. But you smoke anyway. You ask us to For Spoiling our meals in restaurants while you hack and gurgle I ask what is wrong she something have to be I just want to know where you My mother has had me paged at club the theatre and once at a ball- park. She frequently calls me when I am visiting friends. My husband is a saint to put up with her bloodhound tac- tics. He says she's a sick and I must be com- passionate. I know he is right but I stJU find it very hard to take. I'm not asking for Ann. I just wanted you to know that sometimes the shoe is on the other and Pinches DEAR I. Of course your mother is sick. Healthy love allows breathing space. It doesn't track down and suffo- cate. Your husband sounds like a gem. Listen to him a trip around the world and I missed a lot of I will straighten out the age lie later. Right now I want to ex- plain why I'm not where a 17 year old should be in school. Help Ann. You are awfully good at fixing things up. Little Liar In Big Trouble DEAR The trouble with a lie is you have to tell ten more to cover it up. My advice is come clean and let the chips fall where they may. what a tangled web we weave -when first we practice to the breath gives out and then another one cuts in and takes it from there. When I try to say something all of them talk right over me. Is there some approach to this prob- lem that I have You seem to have an answer for Ann. How about Dumb Ed DEAR Why That trio of magpies isn't interested in conversation. All they want to do is jabber. When they get together-why don't you take the newspaper and go read It will save wear and tear on your nervous and you might even learn something. and blow smoke all over the you say. Why be kind to idiots who smoke in doctors' waiting rooms and hospitals You want our because you are killing yourself with those damned Apparent- ly you WANT to kill so go but please don't kill ME. I am Not Empha- thetic In Ohio DEAR Move over you have plenty of company. yf Restyles like real Layer look Heat resistant frizz-proof. Infant 1 year manufacturer's quality guarantee. TRADE IN WIG SALE ROSEANNE SZIGLI wearing Bring any old wig for discount on new Instant Glamour For efficient service in the sale and care of ask for our wig specialist. ACT FAST AS SALE TIME IS LIMITED 3287366 We have o wig style for JOESPH HAIR STYLES 922 5th Ave. N. Visual contact flexible EDMONTON By the time he was Rober Boese was already expert in the art of non-verbal commu ioation. Raised on a Saskatchewan farm by parents who were both he didn't learn to talk un- til he was eight years old. In he relied on sign lan- guage and the non-verbal mes- sages people send by gestures. Dr. professor of pe diatrics at the University of British said thai when be left the farm to go to school it bothered him that his classmates didn't see those messages. In Edmonton recently for Child Welfare League of Amer ica Dr. Boese stressed the value of this non- verbal communication. A child is usually considerec abnormal if he doesn't star talking by the age of he told a conference workshop and added thai by this standard he himself was re- tarded. some children are more responsive to visual and tactile not speech. spend 20 years of our lives in a school which is very narrow and biased towards oral communication. There no formal education in non-ver bal although we all use This emphasis on speech ex- tends even to deaf people for wham sign language is the most natural form of communication YVoolwortK WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS BRENTWOOD RECORD PLAYER Red only. Spectacular Value 19 PARALLEL TYPE LINE CLOTHES DRYER i95 blue line. 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