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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1972 THE tETKBRIDCf HCRA1A 21 WAYS TO WATCH GIRLS Joe Beagin, head of the International Society of Girl Watchers, shows how it's done as annual "Girl Watchers Week" gets under way at Cen- tury City, a business complex in West Los Angeles. Beagin uses models to demonstrate the "listen to your watch to see if it's running "technique (top) and the "pretend to your shoe laces" technique Tips on girl-watching art LOS ANGELES (AP) In a square crowded with beau- tiful women, Joe Beagin, head of the International Society of Girl Watchers, is showing how it's done. It's nil right to turn Iho head toward the receding fig- ure of a passing woman, but it's a no-no to make a U-turn and start to follow. To demonstrate, Beagin walks arm in arm with a model as three attractive women stroll past. The Bea- gin technique is to push his companion ahead of him as he steps back and turns his head to observe with slightly bulging eyes. This gambit Is Intended for use by husband or boy-friend in that riskiest of all situ- ations for a girl verting his attention from his female companion to another attraction. The Idea is not to get caught, he advises the members of his organization. Annual dues are This week Beagin, who de- votes full time to the organ- ization and its pursuits, is ad- vertising the annual Girl Watchers Week at Century City, a skyscraper business centre in West Los Angeles containing an estimated short-skirted secretaries. "We abhor Improper watch- insists Beagin, who has a 24-year-old son. "Being ob- vious and ungentlemanly about it spoils the pastime for everyone." NDP protests restrictions on campus enumerators EDMONTON (CP1 The New Democratic Party has complained of restrictions plac- ed on enumerators at the Uni- versity of Alberta and has ask- ed IJT another enumeration of the area. Howard Leeson, NDP candl- JOHN MAIER SPECIAL HOUSEHOLD Furniture Sale at HURLBURT WAREHOUSE 1920-2nd AVE. SOUTH MONDAY, OCT. 2 P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Having received instructioni from Mr and Maier will sell the entire household furniture and effects, KITCHEN 1963 Frigicfaire Air Flow electric range; Slide-in 4 burner tray, A-l shape; 1960 Coldspot 12 cu, it. fridge, good condition; 1965 Frigidaire dishwasher; 1 five piece kitchen suite [cliTomB table and 4 Chrome cannister set- Set dishes; Various small eleclrkal appliances. DINING ROOM Dark Mahogany 7 piece Knee life I dining suilo (table exlra leafs, 4 padded chairs, hutch end 1 pair drapes {lined 24" Various silver pieces. LIVING ROOM 1 two piece suite; 9x15' axminsrer gold pat- terned fug (2 years Easy chair and stool; 3 srep tables (light and dark 1 coffee table (light 2 floor lamps (Torsh-Air and 1 Emerson 19" B and W TV; 2 RCA 19" B and W TVs; 1 Eicctroiiome vcdio-record player; Hide-a-Bed (needs 2 pair lined drapes (each panel 48" Ash s'onds. BEDROOMS 1 five piece liahl wood bedroom suite; 1 ihree piece dark wood bedroom suile; 1 eighi fool cupboard (3 sliding 1 five drawer chest of drawers; White vanity chair; Vonily stool; Desk; Pair fibreglass drapes (each 50" Bed- ding and linen; Bedspreads; Pair mulching lampj, UTILITY ROOM and SHOP Singer sewing machine; Frigidaire oufomatfc washer (Imper- Viking o'eclric dryer; 10' wood table 6 chrome chairs; Double sink; Sanyo Connor polisher; Carpel sweep- er; Scale; Craftsman wood lathe 0 h.p, B D Vt" elecrric drill; Jig saw; Bench vEsej Captain Air cooler. MISC. 2 lawn lounges; 2 lawn choirs; 1 step ladders; Jubilee power mower; B S motor; Bar-B-Q; Trailer hitch; Stevens 12 gauga shotgun; Bird bath; Various garden tools and rugs; Quantity of lumber, windows, pictures and many many other numerous Items too numerous (o menlion. .ate for FxJmonton Stralhcona, aid in a statement Tuesd ay he university provost and hous- ng administrator refused to al- ow door-to-door enumeration n the three main student resi- dences. Students were asked to reg- ster at special booths on the main floors and as a result only 577 of approximately stu- dents were on the voters list or the Oct. 30 federal election, he said, Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter, re- turning officer tor the riding, said it was unfair to say uni- versity authorities refused enu- merators proper access to the residences. Election officials decided through joint consultation with university officials that the fairest way of enumerating the residence was to set up tables and post signs for the students, she said. A total of 679, not 577, people registered, she said, and it was possible the remainder did not meet age or citizenship require- ments. AUCTIONEER NOTE: above mentioned furniture is ol[ In very good condition and' should fj( in anyone's home. Viewing Sunday, Oct. lit to p.m. and all day Monday till sate time. Spend An Evening Wilh SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave- S., Lelhbridge AUCTIONEERS: KEITH ERDMANN TED NEWBY Lie. 41 Lie. 458 New service launched OTTAWA