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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Fourth Section The Lethbrulge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, March 30, 1974 Pages 35-44 Duchess writes about love affairs in autobiography LONDON (AP) The Duchess of Beford says she was 26 years old and had been married eight years when a strange man in a Manchester hotel room taught her "a kind of sensuous, animal loving" that she didn't know existed. The French commoner the Duke of Bedford married in 1960 tells about it and other affairs she had in an autobiography titled Nicole Nobddy. Born Nicole Schneider in Paris 53 years ago, she writes that she was 18 and "did not even know the difference between a man and a woman" when her well-to-do parents arranged her first marriage to a Frenchman, Henri Millinaire, in 1938. The marriage lasted 18 years and produced a daughter. The stranger in Manchester forced his way into her hotel room one day in 1946, locked the door and stopped her from telephoning for help. "I tried to scream, but I was so horrified that the cry died in my she wrote. Vvonrm S Ml be the ongmal art f or her quote Send your child s quotation to this paper Scrumptious Shampoos with SOFT WATER: You'll marvel at how a soft water shampoo gives your hair added life and luster. Soft water RENT OR BUY ASK THCtUH WHO CAMS! Your hair reflects 54% more light when shampooed in soft water, ask ALICE GORDON at aONNYOALE BEAUTY SALON about the CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING (lETHMKELTD.) ANDY HOLMES RNM 327-7167 "Not once did the smile leave his face even when he pushed me gently onto the bed. And that's the last thing I can remember of that particular evening. He was a superb lover. I am not ashamed." The three-day affair was "an awakening that every woman should said the duchess. "I became aware that I was attractive to men." She also took up judo. Other men in her, life included Michael Bompard, wjio was with her in the French underground during the Second World War, and U.S. television producer Sheldon Reynolds, in the 1950s when she was a film and TV producer. Bompard was tortured to death in a Nazi concentration camp. She says the affair with Reynolds ended the day he snarled at her, "Get She writes of the 56-year-old duke: "Ian, beguiling, wonderful Ian: so diverse, so funny witty amusing Ian, who with his concealed strength transformed me from a high-powered film executive to the kind of wife he wanted." Woman lieutenant-governor makes a first in Canada Pauline McGibbon appointed April 10 Addicts given of dying' to convince them to kick the habit by MARGARET NESS Christian Science Monitor TORONTO, Ontario When Pauline McGibbon is sworn in on April 10 as Lieutenant governor of Ontario, she will be the first woman in Canada to be appointed as a lieutenant governor in any of the provinces. There were rumors early in January that Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau was looking for a woman to fill the position of lieutenant- governor of Ontario, shortly due to become vacant. Woman's rights, equal pay, and equal opportunity for women are live issues in Canada. However, Mrs. McGibbon thought at the time the government might just be flying a kite to get public reaction. "I wouldn't have been surprised at a follow-up report saying the government couldn't find a suitable woman free enough to take the position. But that's really unfair." This n9t the first "first" for Mrs. Donald McGibbon. She was the first woman chancellor of the University of Toronto, the first woman president of the Dominion Drama Festival, the first woman chairman of the National Theatre School, and the first woman on the board of directors of IBM Canada and Imasco, Ltd. "Ten years ago it would have been inconceivable that I could become chancellor of the University of Toronto or lieutenant governor of Ontario." She feels the change in EDMONTON (CP) Giv- ing addicts "the sensa- tion of dying" may be an ef- fective way to convince them to kick their habit, says the director of forensic services at the Alberta Hospital. Dr. B. W. Dorran said the hospital is sponsoring a pro- gram in which addicts volun- teer to inject themselves with a drug that temporarily par- alyses them and makes it dif- ficult to breathe. The purpose is to give ad- dicts an idea of what it would be like to die from a drug overdose and make them wary of the needle, said Dr. Dorran One heroin addict who has gone through the treatment six times said it is like drown- ing. Another said it is like being strangled. "It takes a lot of guts to go through with said Dr. Dorian. 'iJKhen they tell you i't's scary it really is. ''We're getting better re- sults than anything I've ever seen, better than the English figures and the U.S. figures on treatment programs, in- cluding methadone." The drug used, succinylcho- Calendar The regular monthly meeting of the Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Room 1 in the civic centre. All members and guests welcome. The Lethbridge and District Pemmican Club exective will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the Pemmican Rooms. The Laurel Chapter, 43, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold its regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Hall. All visiting members welcome. McKillop Church UCW units will meet as follows: Carefoot Unit, 8 p.m. Monday at the home ef Mrs. Sue Rains, 2102 18th Ave. S.; Rosaine Unit, 2 p.m. Tuesday in the church lounge; Liska Unit, 8 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. P. North, 241017th Ave. S.; Bevan Unit, a.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. R. Dunn, 1705 13th Goby's SPECIAL Rtgular 12.50 Special Only WIGS Cleaned and Set Only................. [SO Goby's Beauty Shop 322-13SIN. Phono 327-SM7 Ave, S.; Haszard Unit, 2 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs R. H. Thornton. 231414th Ave. S Reed Unit, 8 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. E. H. Myers, 211019th Ave. S. The Women of the Moose, 328, will hold their regular meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Hostesses will be Alice Wickend and Nellie Bobak. The ladies of the Old Timers Pemmican Club will hold a meeting at p.m. Wednesday in the club rooms, 9th Street and 5th Avenue S. The Minus One Club will hold a regular business meeting Monday in Southminster Church Hall. The UCW of Southminster Church will hold a used and useable sale May 2 and May 3 in tfce church hall, llth Street S. The ladies of St. Patrick's CWL will hold their annual dinner meeting at p.m. Wednesday at Sven Erickson's Family Restaurant. Tickets may be obtained frorti Mrs. Frances at 327-1356. The Whirl-A-Ways will hold an April Fools' square dance parly at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. line, paralyses the addict for about 30 seconds so he can't even move his eyeballs. While he is desperately try- ing to breathe, medical per- sonnel drive home the mes- sage by saying such things as: "You are experiencing the feeling of dying. Now con- centrate on the thought that drugs can kill." Addicts usually go through the experience six times over a period of three weeks, then are transferred to eight or 12 months of intensive group psychotherapy. we first started two years ago we thought three treatments would be said Dr. Dorran. "However, it wasn't effective. So we dou- bled it to six. "Now, by the third treat- ment, their anxiety level is running very, very high. It's a real test of their motivation if they go beyond the third one. But most go to six. Dr. Dorran stressed that addicts who volunteer for the program are told in advance what will happen to them. One addict who took the treatment said-: "You start getting paralysed you can't talk, you can't breathe. Your mind screams for air." Another said he thought the experience was "rotten." "It's hard to describe. It's really weird. If they didn't HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! Thi Salvation Amy WHfire Strains Mart CWfcfcj. FanHan. Ttfl. HMlUlH Eftcb CaU 32I-2MO Fflr Ptekup OR LEAVE AT 412 1M AVE. S. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi recently held a Preferential Tea at the home of Mrs. Caran Moss in Raymond. Honoured guests were Gloria Hyde. Lavina Matisz, Mary Clamp. Pourers for the tea were Mrs. Joan Robinson, Mrs. Ethel Higgins, and Mrs. Betty Graham. The Chapter's Girl of the Year is Kathi Zezulka and Pledge of the Year is Mrs. Rae Hogg. never teei it. WEIHT a clan near you LETHBRIDGE 9. AnnfiM's AMJI. 11 StrM md 4A AVMN S. 1 p.i.; FRANK GrtcCwtn Tlnrstff. IICOLE We never use it. WEIGHT Join Howl TABER GhrteCMtra TlnrUift, PINCHER CREEK TmNrt VW We don't believe in it. CALL ZE-06124 TOLL FREE -The Herald Family give you the oxygen you'd die." A third described the panic: "You're paralysed for about 30 seconds but it seems like two hours. I figured I could psych myself out. I know they were going to bring me out of it so I figured I could just lay back and let it ride. "But you can't do that. You panic. All that was in my head was 'I gotta get some air.'" Forty addicts have gone through the treatment, said Dr. Dorran, and 55 to 60 per cent have stayed off hard drugs. But he added he will need another three years before being able to judge the pro- gram's effectiveness. Most addicts started toe program when they were between 19 and 21 years old. "If they haven't gone back to hard drugs by the time they're 26 they probably won't ever go back to them." Happiness is NOOK Opening Soon! climate is due in part to the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, set up by the Tale Prime Minister Mike Pearson. The commission traveled across Canada conducting hearings and educationg the public on women's capabilities for top jobs in every field from business to government. But the fight isn't won. With her close university connections Mrs. McGibbon leels that many Canadian universities, which should be leaders, are still dragging their heels on equal pay and promotion of women. "However, times have changed." she says. "It's no longer looked on as a miracle when a woman becomes a Cabinet minister or mayor of a city Mrs McGibbon doesn't see herself as a status symbol of woman's rights Nor has she ever lelt that she was regarded as a figurehead on the many boards on which she has served. "I felt that I was asked there because I had something to contribute." looking foi a brand Acuittomc? ART DRIEDIGER CAN HELP SEND FOR YOUR FRtE 1974 HOME BUYERS y t- J Lirff. u rvuim m Box 3034. Station 'B1. Calgary, Alberta. T2M 4L6 I ONE-DAY Monday, April DENIM SPECIAL Any Item Made of Denim Check our Rag Line Dept, Shoe Dept. as well as Fabrics and Furniture Dept. for these 10% off specials. Zellers County Fair Located in ZWtrt Shopping Contra on Mayor Drhr., am to pm Thursday and Friday am to 9 p.m. 321-1171 ;