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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 1, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HtKAlD 2i Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Where does a woman go and what does she do when her first and only love affair is over? I'm so lonely I could die. The trouble started when our only child married. I had devoted myself completely to her because my husband nei- ther needed nor wanted my affection. Last year I decided to go back to work. It was there that I met the love of my life. He was married and having trouble with his wife. Three months ago he told me he had dedided that their marriage could work if he stopped seeing me. affair ended. DEAR AKN LANDERS. I flork in a small office and my boss smokes constantly. I've seen him go from a pipe to a cigar to a cigarette v.'ithin one hour. I have a heart condition and some- times I actually gasp for breath. My doctor gave me an ar- ticle from a medical journal and suggested I hand it to my boss. I don't have the nerve, but I know my boss reads your column every day. Will you give me a hand? Here's what the article said: "Dr. Donald A. Dukelow of the AMA's Department of Ed- ucation was asked if there is evidence to support recent claims that a non-smoker 327-2111 IS THE NUMBER OF THE STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE WHERE STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYERS CAN HIRE STUDENTS. IT'S EASYI JUST CALL 327-2111 I'm on tranquilizers, mis- erable and depressed. Don't tell me to keep busy or get counselling. I confided in my doctor and what do you think he suggested? Another affair. What do you say, Ann Lan- ders? I'd like your advice. Indigo DEAR MOOD: Obviously you feel betrayed, rejected and are in a state of depres- sion. Unless you get counsel- ling you will probably fall into bed with the first man who suggests it. This could lead to more problems. As for the doctor who suggested another affair. I have some advice for HIM. "Physician thyself." with all-day exposure to a smoke-filled room inhales as much smote as though he himself had smoked a pack of cigarettes. Dukslow said, 'Positively.' He went on to cite several studies and re- ported that cigarette smok- ing in a closed room soon wakes the concentration of nicotine and dust particles so that the non-smoker in- hales as much harmful to- bacco by-products as one who has smoked several cig- arettes." Another study showed that smokers' children are ill more frequently than non- smokers' children usually with respiratory ailments This last point just might get to smokers who don't care about themselves but do care about their kids. Thanks, Ann. Cumberland, Mary- land DEAR CUM: Not a day goes by that I don't get a half dozen letters from chil- dren who ask me how to get Mom or Dad for both) to quit smoking. I hope these children will hand this col- umn to their parents and say. "If you won't quit for yourself, will you please quit for Women fight fires LIONS BAY, B.C. (CP) Think of red fire engines, blar- ing sirens, billowing smoke and late-night emergencies and the word fireman comes to mind. But in this community 10 miles north of Vancouver the operative word is firefighter, as five women now constitute the day squad of the volunteer force. The women, all housewives in the area, joined the force for basically the same reasons. When the men trained as volun- teers were off at their regular jobs the area was left without competent firefighters. "When the m.-n went to work we were left without anyone to protect our said fire- fighter Marlene Fleet. "One day I thought to myse'f there was no reason why I couldn't come down here and learn the job myself." The women have learned to deal with the equipment, which includes a rickety 1943 model fire engine, and the hazards of a fire. "The truck is so old it'll go down the hills all right, but we're a bit slow getting it back up again." Mrs. Fleet said. "But still, when we're called, we can assemble for a fire in five minutes." Sharon Dalrymple. captain of the squad, said it's not really an enjoyable job. "It's just one that has to be done and done in the best way possible. We're fully com- petent to handle the chores." Volunteers are required to take a training course from the Vancouver training master be- fore tackling any fires. But the j v.-omen say no matter how j much preparation you've had, the first fire always comes as a j shock. Mrs. Fleet, describing her first firefighting experience, said: "I heard there was a fire and I said to myself. 'Oh no. what am I ever going to You take the course and everything, bul never quite think it's going to happen." Stewardesses petition Air Canada stewardesses are petitioning against their new uniforms unvei ad earlier this week, complaining of lack of quality and styling and the cost to each ste- wardess. Rutheanne Shell, left, and Willie Uvenhoven, both 22, are preparing a formal protest in Toronto against the uniforms, to be presented to the company today. Big spenders OSLO, Norway (AIM For- eign tourists spent million in Norway in 1972, the national! tourist office said. I SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house clec.img FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 Fly girls protest impractical outfits TORONTO (CP) Some Air Canada stewardesses are peti- tioning against the lack of qual- ity, styling and price of their new uniforms, unveiled by the airline earlier this week. Stewardesses Willie Uvenho- ven and Rutheanne Snell, both 22, said Wednesday a "haphaz- ardous" petition has bsen posted at Air Canada offices here and they expect four-fifths of the Toronto-based steward- esses to sign a formal petition by Friday. The uniforms, which cost a total of comprise 50 different garments and acces- sories which can be combined into more than 300 separate combinations. Stewardesses are required to own key components of the wardrobe. The company pays half the cost of these items and the whole price of accessories. The girls pay for any optional items they decide to buy. Up- keep is slight since almost ev- erything hi the new ensemble is washable. Winnipeg stewardesses also made public tlwlr dis- satisfaction with the new ward- robe, saying they are too im- practical, especially the three- inch heels. The stewardesses complained the new outfits do not took like uniforms and will make it diffi- cult to separate them from pas- sengers. The Winnipeg stewardesses originally planned to boycott the new uniforms when the offi- cial change-over was planned for June r. With the date now postponed one month, the girls plan to meet again to decide what action they will take. J, n and out of t own Sigma Chapter recently pre- sented Mrs. Dale Martin with a yellow rose as she was in- i stalled as social sponsor at the last meeting of the season. JUNE SALE! Custom Mode Drapes Special Vz Price LININGS COTTON SATEEN.......... YARD 1 .00 POLYESTER LINING YARD 1.25 CASH AND CARRY _ MAKE YOUR OWN DRAPES. V4 PRICE ON MATERIAL IN STOCK. 50c SHORT ENDS yd pieces CUSHION SQUARES FREE WITH PURCHASE i (Limit 5 Per Customer) 15% OFF on rods, trims, toss cushions, He 10% OFF Special order Materials GRAHAM JOHNSON DRAPERIES 325 5th Street S. Phone 328-8254 for Quality, Service and Price Satisfaction THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT Tonight and SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE FREE DELIVERY Centre Village IGA WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd. GLEN VALLEY BEANS with PORK 14-fl. oz. tins for PURITAN SOUP TOMATO or VEGETABLE EVAP. MILK CARNATION ALLENS FRUIT DRINKS 48-fI. oz. tins RIB STEAKS STANDING RIB or CROSS RIB SMOKED HAMS READY TO SERVE Tablerite, Canada Grade A Steer Beef.......Ib. GOLDEN YELLOW WHOLE, HALF OR QUARTERS Ib..... BULK WIENERS FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY PAN BUNS EXTRA LARGE Ib. SWIFTS BANANAS IBs. CANADA NO. 2 POTATOES GEMS 20-lb. bag FRESH STRAWBERRIES CALIF., CANADA NO. 1 20-oz. basket POT PIES BROOK PARK ;