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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta EATON'S URDAY SHOP EARLY FOR LIMITED QUANTITIES. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY. Men's Work Parka Junior Miss Shift Dresses Unfinished Bedroom Furniture Clearance For the outdoor man! Olive shade in heavy cotton Printed polyester. Fashioned with long TP�0Q S�me pieces only. one �* a 149 "I 0'49 ^ Drawer Chest . . ........... 49.95 with two patch pockets. Sizes -40 to 46. Assorted styles. SUIT..... jj" to | ^ Nite Table 18 99 Five only. EACH........... 5^" Sportswear, Main Floor Wardrobes '[[[[[[[[[ '. 28^9 Men's Wear, Main Floor . ..... j a mm ,,,.,, , rL. Women's Robes D��We Pedestal Desk 40.39 Men S Thermal DraWerS and ShirtS Brushed arnel robes. Raglan sleeves and roll nsck- Single Pedestal Desk......... 2^.69 Just what you want for the cold, blustery winter days. line. Colors: purple, green and cherry. �i fi.QjOj Night Table ................ 13.29 Made by Penman . . . cosy warm thermal drawers Sizes: small, medium and large. each . .  (JJ Furniture Second%loor and shirts. Colors; red, navy and white. Not all Women's Wear Main Floor sizes in all colors but 0 good selection 4 "Manhattan" SHOO BrOddlOOII. to choose from. each .........^....... J Womeil'S Amel DUSterS Dupont heat set continuous-filament nylon shag with Men's Wear, Mam Floor Brushed arnel dusters. Embroidered yoke. Button a medium high density foam backing. Tri colored in CLftr* ClitAua Cltivtc front, long sleeves. Two side pockets. Peter Pan 7 modern colors. An easy "do-it-yourself" carpet, men 5 anon Sleeve 3111115 co|tar_ colors: pink and blue. Sizes: small, |% QQ Won't unravel . . . just trim and fit. 3 �% AQ 65% polyester and 35% cotton. Permanent press. medium and large. each .-............ M widths, 6', 9'or 12'. .'.....SQUARE YARD Q Choose from plains and stripes. Broken size and Women,s Weafi Main fjoor F(oor Covefinfllr Seeond Floof color range but a good selection ^>9jQ to choose from, each � Women's Scarf and Tam Sets 30" Moffat Deluxe Range Men's Wear, Main Floor ^ acry|jc. Colors: brown, ii KQ il QQ Features popular continuous clean. Has rotisserie, re- MWS TnnueS navy and 9reen' SET ...... I t0 8 movable oven door, large window in � QQ,95 ? iwi|wea oven door................ each Made of Orion and so practical to wear in QQ0 A-' Ma'" F,oor Major f^JtSSFloor wintry days. Stripes in assorted colors. each 3%2r lftf / Cl* Mens wear, Mai F.oor f�men * *!,PPers 24" Viking Electric Range Taken right from our regular stock and specially ** ..... , Men'S BeltS 'Priced for Super Saturday. Assorted styles and colors. Features pull out element, infinite heat controls, re- IIICII 9 DCIIJ arnieBn c,,q ,,nna a �e - mi cessed top and removable oven if "JA OR An assortment of leather and stretch belts. In various �T�en S'Ze range- ^.66 A '00 door. .........EACH | 79 S^SVTbACH................. 3^ AZln^Jr^ Maior App.iances, Second Floor Mens Wear, Main Floor Wome^S Pailti H0S8 J6" RCA ACCUCOJOrTV Mam'p rt.Afr UmAo >, p i , , . . l j i Sharp color improved with RCA's black matrix picture MenS WeSS HatS Clearance of sheer mesh pant. hose. AssortedIcolors. tube. Automatic color control, keeps color on target. Choose from three styles. Fur felt. Broken sizes and Sizes: Petlte medlu|T> and 1 rncea to ^iear WeVe c!earing out a group of handbagS at half the Traditional Style Lamp Exciting value in suits for men. Double knit and regular pricing. Included in the selection are leather , , , . . , ,' ,,,, ,V,, c,,t worsted, mostly in single breasted style. Broken size and wet look styles. Colors: A U| A�| Imported triplex glass table lamp. Font is sat.n gold and color range but sizes 39 to 44, with f A QQ black brown and navy EACH 2'00 to 9 &U ^''.^l'1? ^.J0 mo,,f- BaSe �nd f'r0^s �J "suf a few tails in the group. suit........ 59'^ ' m * m - pi  metd i^u'^^ '? ^ ^ fSf ^'^ii WW Handbags, Mam Floor cut polished crystal prisms. Off white silk AA QQ Men's Wear, Main Floor ,..,,�. . shade. Tnlight socket, 37" tall. . . . EACH t5jJiW Men's Cloth Jackets Boys Twill Flares lomps, Seeond Floor men i viwm jacKe� - Jean style}on fly> Two front . A variety of styles in cloth jackets. Zipper and button pa>ch pockets. Cotton twill. Colors: light gr?en, olive ^fldv SCllICK BeOUtY SOIOn fronts. Some with mouton collars and sheepskin lin- anc| \\aht blue. 0% QQ *, . , ' ... ^- . l j ing. Broken size and color range but sizes 38 to 50 ' Sizes. 7 8 and 12 each 2,SSf mist. 4 temperature settings. Giant hood, in the group. 4* QQ 0% m QQ " ""'* 3�� extra cubic inches. Sets dry hair, speeds coloring each d'*"' to 3�l Boys' Wear' Main Floor and conditionina-120 volts A>C'60 cycle- A i|a95 'Men'* Wea M ' Fl Color: avocado............ ... EACH ens ear'Mam F oor Boys'Winter Underwear Clearance smaii Appium**, sewnd ho� Men s Leather Jacket Clearance - Drawers have elastic waist, double seat, washes Ladv Schick Hairstyler Better be prompt for these . . . excellent Jackets at easily, requires no ironing. Vest has short sleeves, " _ � . � a very special pricing. Zipper and button fronts. ' reinforced neck band, full cut for body movement. Styles, dries and grooms hair. Two sty ing combs, Broken size and color J%f\ QQ QQ 100% cotton thermal and 25% polyester and 75% brush and directional attachment. Two � temperature range. each..........EB^9 to 591" ' cotto11- ^xT" T PArw 1 Q�99 �bbW io WW - ma J Rfi 120 volts AC 60 cycle...........each | 3 Men's Wear, Main Floor ....... ^ nW .... "| Sma)) App|iflneM( Seeond ,,, Men's Winter Boots B�y*' Weor-Main Floor Victura Tires Slush moulded vinyl uppers. Side zipper and pull on BflVS' Polfl PviflmOS - Limited quantities. Broken size ranges____discontin- styles. Broken-size range but sizes 7 to 11 in the ^OyS TOIU TyjOmQi . H ^ n tube)ess ^ ^ ^ group. Color: brown. mm gQ ^ *^ OQ Cotton kmt.. El.�t.c trousers. Patch, ^ck^ value. All sizes, 4 C DO PA,R....... f W �� 1 6W JolorS: a,nd S�ld- PArw O.50 one lew price.................EACH | 5>UU Shoes, Main Floor Sizes: small and medium. each ........ � ^ � ijf . , . Boys' Wear, Main Floor Children's Snow Boots R . , Shower Doors Sturdy vinyl or leather snow boots. Warm acrylic pile tiOyi lOqueS Fits a)| standard 5 foot recesses. Ready to install 58" lining. Assorted styles and patterns. Moulded soles. Acrylic. Assorted bright QQd nigh- Rust resistant anodized aluminum frames ride Sizes 11 to 4. Colors: brown M AQ tt t\ QQ stripes......................... each on smooth nylon rollers. Self draining track, two towel and black. PAIR......... l|i to | Boys' Wear, Main Floor bars, silencing bumpers prevent closing clatter. Tropi- Shoes, Main Floor ... I 1/ n Jl cal fish, swan, flamingo and mermaid M A,99 w / n C Commander BrOadlOOm designs. Limited quantity........EACH Jeji^J WOmen S DOrm SetS "Do-lt-Yourself" broadloom in a tweed effect, level Hardware, lower Floor Printed cotton flannelette dorm sets, long sleeve top, loop pile, suitable for any medium traffic area. Built- _ . ^ ^1 collar with dainty trim. Boxer style, pantie. Creamy in rubber back for convenience and economy. Durable lOMMgWare rerCOiaiOr background prints. Sizes: small, medium and #% AQ nylon fibres give performance and color �i49 �| 99 large. 30 sets only. set............... clarity. 12' wide......... SQUARE YARD Q 9 cup size...... .......... EACH | Q lingerie, Main Floor F,0�r Covering*, Second Floor, Housewares, lower Floor SHOP EATON'S TONIGHT (FRIDAY) FOR INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE VALUES AND SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. USE YOUR EATON COME TRUE CARD FOR CONVENIENT SHOPPING THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "The address got smudged on this one, but it's undoubtedly for you, 'cause it's a bill." Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: How can young girls who fall in love with homosexuals tell before they become too involved? What should they look for? At this moment I know two women who are trying to recover from disastrous marriages to a couple of closet queens. Both girls are emotional wrecks. I might add that in one instance, the boy's family (rich, socially prominent and community leaders) pushed the marriage beyond decent limits. I'm sure they kasw of the young man's problem and hoped marriage might straighten him out. How can an unsuspecting girl know what she is getting into? I have searched the li- DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've been married to this man for 42 years. He was always domineering and critical. Nobody could please him. He hates my relatives and when he gets mad he doesn't speak for weaks. We could never keep any friends because this one was a phony and that one was just trying to get a free meal at our lioiise. After keeping my mouth shut for 42 years, I really opened it up last week. I told him exactly what had been on my mind and it was a great relief. He listened without changing the expression on his face, then an- DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've been reading your column for years and have noticed you frequently say, 'Talk to your clergyman." Such was your advice to R. C. whose second husband enjoys a couple of cocktails on the weekend. The poor woman said she goes to pieces because her first husband died of alcoholism and she's scared to death of liquor. Don't you realize the majority of people den't even KNOW a clergyman, or they are so irregular in their church attendance that DEAR ANN LANDERS: Unlike that pathdtic, Haiv-elling girl who signed herself "Pushed Out Of The Nest," I never weep when I depart from a visit with my parents. Their parents are still living (they aire in their 90s) so who needs me? "Family" means husband and children so far as I am cencsmed. It does not mesa parents, grandparents, sisters, brothers, nisees, nephews, cousins, greaii-aunits and uncles. I grew up in tha hot, flat San Joaquin Valley of California, surrounded by Okie and hillbilly relatives from Tennessee and Kentucky. Like dozens of other transplanted hicks we spent evea-y holiday driving back and i'orth over the Mojave Desert, the Arizona Desert and the New Mexico Desert. Whei-e were we going? To visit grandparents, aunts, uncles and cous- DEAR ANN LANDERS: My brother died suddenly a few weeks ago. He was a fine man, honest, down-to-earth, apparently devted to his wife and family. A few days ago his widow came to me in tears. She had just gotten around to going through his personal belongings which had been put away. She found, tucked hi a small compartment of his wallet, the picture of an attractive young woman. It had been clipped from a newspaper but the name had been cut off. My sister-ih-Iaw does not recognize the woman and hasn't the faintest idea of why her husband would be carrying that picture. She assumes the worst and is heartbroken. Can you please come up braries. for the answer and have found nothing. Can you help? - Westy DEAR WESTY: Many homosexuals are actually bisexual. In other words they go both ways. This can be very misleading because a great many people are under the impression that a homosexual cannot function sexually with' females. For exam-pie, they point to a homosexual's children as "proof" that he is straight. I know of no foolproof system for identifying a homosexual. The best clue might surface if the girl "takes a close look at her fiance's companions. Rarely do straight males socialize with gay boys. Birds of a feather fly together. nounced calmly, "I will never speak to you- again as long as. I live." I'm sure he meant it. I don't want to live the rest of my life like this, but what can I do? I am 62 years old and cannot support myself. Our children are grown and I would never impose on them. I need soma advice. -Miserable DEAR MISERABLE: a woman who has lived with a man 42 years shouldn't have to go to work to support herself. Sea a lawyer about a legal separation and if you can't afford a lawyer seek public legal assistance. And good luck to you, dear. they are ashamed to spaak to their minister (or rabbi, as the case may be). Moreover, Ann, if I may preach a short sermon, many readers HAVE problems because they aren't ffimiliar with God, much less a clergyman. -D. A. DEAR D. A.: Often I suggest a clergyman in the hope that it wUl encourage the reader to find one, if he doesn't have one. And it's amazing how often they write and tell me they did just that -and were helped a great deal. ins. Mv mother and dad had this tiling about being with "family." Every cock-, eyed holiday we had to drive back and forth. The highlight of cur Christmas trip was the gift opening. To this day I gag when I see anything crocheted. Do you think I'm a coldblooded daughter? If so, how m?.ny other daughters (and sons) manage to survive without an annual pilgrimage to visit their parents. My guess is plenty -Weaned In D.C. DEAR DAUGHTER: You ai-e more than weaned, dear, you're alienated. I can't help but wonder what your parents did to you when ycu were very young that made you feel as you do. How sad that you den't care if you ever see them again. I'd give anything in the world if I could see mane. with some explanation; My sister-in-law is grieving terribly. -Also Bewildered DEAR A.B.: A married man would have to be an idiot to carry his mistress's picture in his waHet. From your description, I don't think your brother was that stupid. Tell your sister-in-law to be sure'to read Ann Landers this morning. She'll feel better. Are your parents too strict? Hard to reach? Ann Landers' booklet. "Bugged By Parents? How To Get More Freedom," could help you bridge the generation gap. Send SO cents in coin with your' request and a long, stamped, self - addressed envelope to Landers Reader Mail, Chicago Sun-Times, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, DL ;