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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 15, 1973 Historic display Police Cadet Mike Sale trades hats with McCaffry, a dummy dressed as a Toronto policeman of the early 1900s, who is on doty in the museum at police head- quarters in Metro Toronto.. All police stations in the city, including the museum, are now_ open to the public -for Police Week. In the museum, some displays show modern methods of crime detection ;Others tell how crimes were solved, with genuine evidence and clues. Ann Landers DEAR ANN: Do you have a checklist for people who want to lead a balanced, active, de- cent life? I feel that many, including myself, get absorbed in work and forget about other as- pects of life and human re- lations. Can you give such people a checklist to remind us? Your Admirer, M.L. DEAR M.L.: The achievers of the world are by nature and training dedicated and highly motivated. Such individuals find it difficult, if not impos- sible, to lead balanced lives. Success, in this highly com- plex and competitive world, demands total commitment. The wise movers and shakers realize, however, that there is a point at which they must stop moving and shaking lest they become ingrown, ex- hausted, victims of tunnel vi- sion, and alas, ineffective. Here is a checklist to keep such people on the beam. 1. When did you last spend a day or an evening doing something completely frivol- ous, totally non-productive? If it's been longer than two months you're in trouble. 2. Did you spend an evening DEAR ANN LANDERS: In your recent answer to "One" you said, ''In no state in the union is marriage be- tween members of the same sex considered valid." I beg to differ with you. An article in the New York Times, dated January 7, 1972, report- ed that a marriage license was issued to two men on August 16, 1971, in Minnea- polis. On September 3, 1971, they were married by a min- ister of _the United Methodist. Church in a private ceremony. Please retract your state- DEAR ANN LANDERS: That letter signed "Eternal Bride" who had worn her wedding gown for 21 wedding anniversaries was of interest to me. My parents were married in 1897. I was born in 1899. My father's wedding suit was a swallowtail cutaway and very handsome. I was married in that suit and have worn it since on many occasions. It is still in wonderful condition and I plan to wear it when my wife and I celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary in Sep- DEAR ANN LANDERS: What the heck business is it of yours how many times a day a person washes her hair? I was ticked off when you told that girl that nobody should have to wash her hair twice a day and that she was probably obsessed with her hair or, to put it bluntly, she had a screw loose. I have an oily head and if I want my hair to look de- cent I have to wash it every day. When my mother saw with friends or attend au af- fair you've been looking for- ward to and find that you were too tired to enjoy it? If so. you'd better take a close look at your priorities. You are doing too many things and making some bum choices. 3. Have you been telling yourself you should get a. complete physical checkup (including eyes and but you've been too busy and it will have to wait? If you've been putting it off for more than a year, you're not being good to yourself. 4. Do you keep running into people you genuinely enjoy and have been meaning to sse, but just haven't gotten arcimd to it? If so, you're cheating yourself. Sit down and schedule time for them even if it's a dinner or lunch three months away. 5. Can you honestly say you are calm, in control of your life, fulfilled, pleased with yourself, secure in the know- ledge that you are making more good decisions than bad ones? If so, you're in very good shape, and you don't need advice from Ann Lan- ders. meat in the name of accur- acy. Your apologies are ac- cepted. I'm One, Too DEAR ONE: Sorry, you haven't kept up with the lat- est. I suggest that you get current in the name of ac- curacy. That so-called mar- riage between those two fel- lows was deemed null and void. The bride and groom are now in the courts trying to get a reversal. To date, they have been unsuccess- ful. Your apologies are ac- cepted. NEW YORK (API A group of women, some and some not, say they plan to form the First Women's Bank and Trust Company. It would be run mainly by and cater to their financial needs. However, the women added that there are three men among the 15 organizers. Eileen Preiss, co-ordinator of the bank group and vice- chairwoman of the state Demo- cratic committee, said ths fledgling bank hopes to open its door as" a full-service bank in midtown Manhattan early next jcar. The group plans to apply soon for a charter from the state. Women's Liberation leader Betty Friedan. another bank founder, said the venture was the "most important" step tor the movement this year be- cause it signalled the start of the "restructuring of in- stitutions'1 to give women equality. Banks frequently discriminate against v.omen seeking credit, loans and mortgages, Miss Friedan said, adding that the proposed bank "will take women seriously and force other banks to do the same." The bank will actively recruit women for officers and top management and provide a con- sultant for women who start businesses. "The bank is also considering the possibility of special loans for the operation of child care Miss Preiss, the co- ordinator, said. tember of 1973. Yes, Ann, the suit still fits me perfectly. Thanks for your column. We enjoy it very much. I am a Michigan Reader DEAR READER: WHERE in Michigan? When you read this in the paper please let me know. And may I have the date of your golden wedding anniversary so I can notify the publisher? I'll ask him to send a photographer to your home. I'd love to have a pic- ture of you in that 76-year-old wedding suit, and I'll bet he would, too. your answer she cut me down to three times a week. Now my head itches all the time and it looks ratty. You sure lost a friend Now Mexico Teen DEAR LOST FRIEND: People with overly active oil glands might have to wash their hair every day, and you could be one of them. But TWICE a day is, in my opin- ion, excessive. Sorry I made trouble for you, honey. I hope this clarifies the situation. TORONTO (CP) A five- year study of 500 women smokers and non smokers shows that women are smoking more, but breathing less, says a Toronto respiratory specialist. Dr. Colin R. Woolf, director of the respiratory research labora- tory at Toronto General Hospi- tal, told a course on respiratory diseases here that 46 per cent of the heavy smokers had j chronic bronchitis. He said the more and the longer the women smoked, the greater the problems were. Women who had five or more cold a year, were always smokers. The lung specialist said that laboratory tests also showed more chest abnormalities and poorer lung capacity among the heavy and moderate smokers. He said that since the Second World War the number of women smokers has increased sharply. Dr. Noel Zamcl of Toronto General Hospital said studies show that the lungs of even light smokers are less elastic than those of non-smokers, even when they show no other symp- toms. Several years of smoking six to nine cigarettes a day is sufficient to impair lung elas- ticity and to cause lung ob- struction which prevent distri- bution of air evenly throughout the lungs. Dr. Zamcl said these changes arc reversible if people stop smoking in the early stages. Light smokers reverted to nor- mal lung values withm eight of emitting A Calendar of Local Happenings The South Alberta Japanese United Church Women will hold a bake sale Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the College Mall. There will be bread, rolls, cakes, bars and Japanese food for sale. with Xi Nu Chapter at the home of Mrs. Cathy Khan, 1417 Scenic Drive at tonight. Mrs. Julie Ewing will present a program on Canada. I The final meeting for the spring season of the Multiple Sclerosis Society will be held in the auxiliary hospital, Wednes- day at p.m. Final arrange- ments for the annual picnic will be made. A special pro- gram will be presented by Rev. A. Baldeo of Coaldale. A good attendance is requested. Xi Iota Chapter will meet at the home of Mrs. Don Graham, 1258 6th Ave. A S. tonight at p.m. Mrs. B. Peajsan will be cchostess and guest speak- er will be Mrs. A. McCormick of the department of health and social development. j Preceptor Eta, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold a joint meeting Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet tonight at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dor- othy Matheson, 1923 22nd Ave. S. Cohostesses will be Barbara Dawson and Linda Flaman and the program, substance for the art of life the beautiful, will be presented by Dorothy Matheson. Disbursements will be discussed and a new execu- tive installed. The Chinook Pensioners' and Senior Citizens' Organization, affiliated with the provincial and national pensioners and se- nior citizens, will meet Wed- nesday at p.m. in the all- purpose room of the civic cen- tre. Resolutions for the coming provincial convention- will be discussed and "banquet tickets available. Lunch and entertain- ment will follow. Transporta- tion will be arranged as usual. New members and friends wel- come. The Lakeview Home and School Association will hold its final meeting of the term to- night at 8 p.m. when Mrs. Carol Chapman, school psychologist, will discuss how to direct the behavior of children along ac- ceptable lines. For further in- formation contact the Marty- nas at 328-7400. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at ths home of Mrs. Bev Park, 2310 12th Ave. S., at tonight. Mrs. Bella Pierson will be the co-hostess. A pro- gram en amateur will be pre- sented by Mrs. Pot Pittard and Mrs. Liz Schroeder. Installa- tion of officers will take place at this meeting. Q-X WITH MOLY -SAVES- T5% TO 60% EVERY YEAR ON OPERATING Ar.'D REPAIR CO'STS Available Now for Automobiles Simply add 16 oz. to 5 qts. oil or in proportion To Crankcase and Automatic Transmission Tested by Tachometers and Used Oil Analysis Q-X Moly improves efficiently of oils three times. Increases fMri strength of oils four times Eliminates dry starts. Reduces f-ictional drag between moving parts 5% to 20% ASK FOR IT AT SERVICE STATIONS drives start Wilson we 29" Wilson 'Medalist clubs with lightweight steel'shafts put the power you need into play. The woods have rich-looking lami- nated maple heads that are dark wal- nut stained. Irons have a tri-chrome plated finish. Deluxe style grips in composition material. Men's right or left handed sets. This 11 Club Set has 4 woods plus 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 irons. Reg. i 4 DAYS ONLY STORE HOURS: Open daily a.m. to p.m. See Simpsons-Sears Sports Centre, today. You'll find top quality golf equipment from Canada's largest manufacturers all branded with big names, yet priced right, so you can afford the right equipment Equipment for both men and women. Why pay more? SPORTS CENTRE WHERETHE NEW IDEAS ARE The selection of sports equipment at Simpsons- Sears is tremendous! Every item is backed by Simpsons-Sears famous Guarantee. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mail. 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