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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers ___.------- Mondoy, May 71, 1972 THE HCP.AID Girl violin prodigy signed as soloist A GIFT FROM THE FIRST LADY Mrs. Pat Nixon pre- sents a Mickey Mouse fo Dmitry Paramonov, back to camerc, the manager of a watch factory, during her Friday visit to the installation. She said: "I understand Mickey Mouse is a favorite in your counlry as well ns ours." Wirepliolo Wives of Soviet leaders enter limelight during visit MOSCOW (AIM The wives cf rulers have emerged from I heir normal stains as near non-persons to rare exposure before Ilic world press as (he fiosiesscs of PaL Mxon. Photographs and names of the leaders' spouses do nnl appear in Soviet newspapers. The official wives are almost never seen in public. But this week diirinR the summit talks I hey visited Hie Bolshoi Ballcl School, (lie Cen- tral House of Fashion, a sec- ondary school, a watch fac- Monday, May 29th JACKPOT -52 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Cord Pay Double Door Cardi (Many other extras) Regu'rar Cords 25c or 5 for SI !3fh 5f. ond 6th Avc. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed lory, (he GUM department store and the Moscow subway, everywhere accompanied by a camera-clicking mass of Vv'eslcrn reporters and photog- raphers. II was the first time many Western reporters in Moscow had even heard the first names of, much less seen or talked lo the wives of Com- munist party chief Leonid I. Brezhnev, Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko and mem- bers of Lhc ruling polilburo. At first the women and their troop of scciirily men seemed nervous and annoyed by the aggressive foreign press corps. LOOSEN IT But as the week wore on, the net the security a bit, basked in the limelight and even chatted with some of the reporters. Viktoria Pctrovna Brezh- nev, a plump, fiOish womsn who flashed a gold tooth when she smiled, told a Russian- speaking reporter at the cf Fashion that hus- PUBLIC BSNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. BINGO RAINBOW HALL M01 5lh N- TUESDAY, MAY 30th ol 8 p.m. First Jackpol in 59 2nd Jpckpol in 56 NM. Free Cards-Cards and Gamci, 25c pep Card, 5 Cards SI.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Venn Spnn.nrcri By A.U.U.C. Associalion UKRAINIAN GREEK-ORTHODOX CHURCH BASEMENT Cot. 13lti Street and 7lh Avenue N. EVERY TUESDAY p.m. DOOR PRIZE FREE CARDS FREE GAMES BINGO CARDS 25c EACH 5 CARDS Sl.OO DLACKOUT IN SO NUMBERS OR LESS (Jciclrpot Increase! Weekly) S25 JACKPOT in 7 Numbers or less Three seven numbers or less Jackpol each Sorry No under 16 years of uga allowed hand Leonid this week has been "very busy, just like Mr. ftixon "lie's been in a good mood lately and Ilia's not al- ways (lie she added with a grin. Lidiya Gromyko. a rntund woman, sat with Airs. Nixon at the House o[ Fashion and watched little models parade by. Giving a running commen- tary in English, she appar- ently was pleased that her re- marks on Ihc oulfils were of interest lo reporters sitting behind her. "01 course they're not Mrs. Gromyko said o[ the collection of spring and summer clothes. "You have to buy the right material. It's not pood to use cheap mate- rial." love is... when four clear ones attend your graduation, or local In ippeninqi ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 COR. 5lh AVE. ond 6lh ST. S. MY 30th 8 p.m. IN THE QUBROOMS First 12 Games Tirsl Card Olhers 25c each HI No, (increase 410 weoldy) 2nd No. (increases weekly) BLACKOUT S100 IN 49 NUMBERS OR LESS Extrn 5 Games Cards 25c each or 5 (or All regular games pay doublo if won in 7 nos. or las MEMCERS AND INVITED GUESTS Secrets of the fashion world modelling tours e, will wind- up with a grand finale fashion shnw and ten on Wednesday at p.m. in the all-purpose room ot Ilic Family Y. A cor- dial invitation is extended to all The Ogdeti I'nil Soulliminsler UCW will meet on Tuesday at at the home of Mrs. Kayo Naldcr, 1124 29lh St. A R. Thr. general meeting o( Mr. Killop liOV will he. held on Wednesday nl liino pm. wilh; pol-lnck supper in tlic church hall. All women of Ihc emigre- galion are welcome to attend. A program on Africa will ho presented hy Airs. K. R o h i n I and Mrs. II. N. Anderson. and aid Over fifly mcmhcrs of the Or- iginal Pensioners and Senior C i 1 Organization enjoyed J) Irip to Kinhrook and Pino saur Parks reeenlly The he nior were taken on a tour of Dinosaur Park hy guides who explained forma- (ions of rork and strata. Many of the group found fossils and peh'iticd wood mementos of the lour. TWIN TYPES GERMISTON, South Africa (AP) Identical twins born to Magda van Tondcr were in good company- Their father, gynecol- ogist, midwife and Durse also were identical twins. DEAI1 ANN LANDERS: Please tell me what lo do about the following invitation. It from both the friend who is giving the baby shower and the girl for whom the shower is being given. "Dear-------------------: You are invited to a shower. Please follow these instruc- tions because duplication of items means money wasted. We would like you to bring llirce or more five-month size shirts will] short sleeves and buttons Also, diaper pins with metal heads that lock. (IMPORTANT1': GET EXACTLY THE KIND DESCRIBED OR NONE AT ALL.) If you can afford more than suggested, buy soft toys. Absolutely NO dkpers or knitted sets, PLEASE." What do you think of this invitation, Ann I'm In A Quandry DEAR QUAN. I think if you bring diapers or a knitted set, the hostess might hit you. She sounds as if she means business. My advice is lo disregard the "invoice'1 and bring what you please. Or check the movies in town and see a good flick instead. DEAR ANN LANDERS: What can we do about friends who monopolize every convcrsalion with the following topics: their trip to Europe, their new car, their new home, their son's honors, their daughter's popularity, the evening spent at Ihe home of the Company President. They bla Ma bla bla .rattle rattle. .talk talk. .brag brag. My husband and I are so sick of these egomaniacs we hate to see them coming. But we've been friends for so many years it would be impossible to slop seeing them. They didn't used lo be this way. It happened when they came into a little money, Any advice will Ire appreciated. After an evening with them my husband and I have to take something for indiges- tion, and 1 am not End DEAR ROPE'S: Life is too short to spend evenings with people who make you sick. And these people and literally. Time enhances good friendships and diminishes others. When you reach the point of no return, write it off. LOS ANGELES (Renter) A 10-year-old girl violin prodigy who started training so young she took her violin lo bed will] her like a doll has been signed as a concert soloist by impresa- rio Sol Ilurok. Dylana .Ic-nson joins a select list of seven violinists under Ilu- rok's aegis which includes David and Igor Isaac Stern and Nathan Milslcin. A chubby little girl Milh braces on her [eclh but with the assured stance of a Paganini when she has a violin under her cliill, she began training at the age of four under the unconven- tional system of .Japanese mas- ter Shinichi Suzuki. Suzuki, 72, helieves violinists should start at three even be- fore they can read music, thai their mothers should work with lhat they should lis- ten to good music almost from birth. Dylana's parents, musical bul not musicians, look throe o[ Iheir children along to meet Su- 7.uki when he pascd through Los Angeles in l'J54. 'CHEAT AT K1 The parents became firm con- verts to the Suzuki method. Mrs. Jcnson, a Costa Rican, stayed up at night studying the lessons she had to pive her chil- dren next day. Classical music was played all the lime In fhn house allhough folk music, in- cluding Boh Dylan, was occa- sionally permitted. Dylana progressed more rap. idly than the others. started placing a Vivaldi con certo, her mother could nn longer keep pace with her. A teacher had lo be found. At six Dylana was given n rare audition by violinist .Ja.scha Ileifelz, who Jive-, in Los Ange- les. He agreed [hat Dylana should learn in his master class brl difficulties arose because Hei- fetz's instructors were opposed to Ihe Suzuki method. At seven Yehudi Mcnuhin heard her. Mrs. Jenson recall? lhat be dropped to his knees so that he could be at wilh Ihc little girl as she played. At eight she played for David Oislrakh, who introduced her to Ilurok. After listening atten- tively as she played Mendels- sohn, be commented: "At cigl.l she is a great violinist.'1 BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922 -5 Ave. N. Phona 328-7266 QUICK THRIFT BULK COIN-OPERATED........ BY THE POUND _ PER LB. I Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 -SEARS Underfasfaions that feel rich Look Beautiful Top Brand name slips in full and half styles, are machine end dry. Full sire slips in colors of white, nude, and green. Sizes 34-48. Half slips in colors cf while, nude and foam. Sizes S-M-L. SWINGY FULL SLIPS Reg. Reg. 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