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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers .DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am n fireman who just re- turned from answering a call. I am tired, angry, and I hurt all over. I feel I must write to you now because one of my buddies is in the hospital with his teeth knocked out and his nose and jaw broken. Why? Because some stupid motorist got impatient and ran over the fire hose that was lying across the street. If this doesn't make sense to you, let me explain. The sudden burst of pressure knocked the hose out of his hand and it hit him in the face. If you still don't get it, imagine holding a limp garden hose and someone sud- denly turning it remember that the pressure of a iiose Is about 300 times more powerful than a garden hose. Now you know why my buddy is in the hospital. Here are some rules for the average citizen to follow and I hope to God you will print them in your column: you must follow a fire truck, stay at least 'JOO feet behind. Never ask a fireman if you can help. The average per- son knows nothing about fire fighting. You can help best by slaying out of the way. Never run over a fire hose even if you are sure the water has been turned off. Do not call the fire department to put out small fires of weeds, trash and little conflagrations that you can ex- tinguish yourself. Such calls are BS much a nuisance as false alarms. When calling the fire department, keep calm and tell them what kind of fire it is so they'll know what to ex- pect and whether to notily other fire fighters. Teach your small children how to report a fire. Always have the phone number handy, the telephone. When your plnce of business is being inspected and you are told to make certain changes, don't think they are try- ing to hassle you. Spend the money and make the changes. It could be a matter of life and death. Thanks a million, Ann. You've done your good deed for and Beat DEAR FRIEND: And you've done yours. Thanks for writ- Ing and God bless you and your thousands of colleagues for risking your lives every day of the year for me and millions of other strangers. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Last week my boss dismissed a fellow worker. Now I am doing her work as well as mine. He made a big deal out of the raise I'd be getting. Today my cheque came. The raise is a week. What do you think? Lackey DEAR MORRIS: If you are able lo handle your work as well as the work of a colleague, you didn't have enough lo the recently departed co-worker wasn't doing much, which may be why she is no longer there. Your letter reminds me of some interesting statistics. The United States Department of Labor announced that 90 mil- lion people in this country are employed. It didn't say how many were working. Saturday, 4, 1977 THE LtTHBRIDGE HfRALD 21 Bruises all in dafs work tor lively Broadway actress Bj MAUREEN JAMIESON Editor Maura K. Wedge rubbed a few of the more tender spots on her anatomy. "I've got some awfully said. good she Sitting In the Green Room In the bowels ot the Yates, Maura explained she had been teach- ing the abduction scene steps to members of the cast of Man of La Mancha. After spending two years In the show on Broadway, she has the routine down pat. Man of La Mancha, a musi- cal drama presented by Leth- brldge Musical Theatre, stars Maura as Aldonza and produc- er Dick Mells as Don Quixote. It opens with a students' per- formance on Thursday at the Yates Memorial Centre. Maura is worrying about her cat, which had been boxed up lor the trip from New York Libra Is Involved in astrology. "I'm medium deep Into she said. On her last tour with La Man- cha, she was named official company astrologer, and any- one particularly good was made an "honorary Libra." However, Maura is Indi- vidualist. Being Libra, "there are people from a couple of the signs I should like and I don't, but I find people are like their signs. "I knew Dick Mells was Libra because he sounded just like e. "This Is the first time I have worked with an amateur com- she enthused. "It's al- most startling to think It's am- ateur, because the level is so high. There are some awfully good peoule here. "Certainly the enthusiasm is 'here, and the willingness to stay with it." Aldonza, she said "is a gor- geous, gorgeous part a kind and is now confined in her hotel room. Krishna, she said, "is a dom- j of Mary Magdalene, in that she estic short haired tabby who! is redeemed by Quixote and has his own little credit card, j becomes the kind of person he "He's used to travelling, and I wants her to become." suffers In silence. I wouldn't! Maura, who considers her do it to him if he wasn't more voice "darker Uian unhappy at home without me. I hired a cat. siller. He played in such Broadway hits as Do He Mi, was just furious, and he really I Oliver! and Man of La Mancha did damage around the apart- i "for two years with quite m'ent. a collection of people." "He's she added by way of explanation. Maura the Numbered among the collec- tion are Richard Kiley, Jose MAURA K. WEDGE Acting dominated by males; screen women treated badly HOLLYWOOD (AP) -You would think that the film and television industries, with their needs for actresses and female entertainers, offer equal oppor- tunities for women. Not so, declares actress Kath- leen Nolan, who Is organizing a campaign to give women Unqualified homewreckers at work EDMONTON (CP) An un- qualified interior designer can wreck a home, says the presi- dent of the Registered Interior Designers fnstitute of Alberta. The bulls here In Madrid only bow lo clients of A.M.A. rravel servkel 22-DAY HOLIDAY IN SPAIN Fly with Air Canada and Iberia FROM Weekly Departures A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th Ave. S. All inquiries welcomt Phone 328-1181 or 326-7921 Gwennyth Garland, Institute president, said in an interview if the Alberta institute has ils way, interior designers will be highly qualified in future. "0 u r new qualifications should mean that anyone hiring a member of our organization would be assured of the utmost WINNERS CHINOOK PENSIONERS AND SENIOR CITIZENS LADIES AUXILIARY DOOR PRIZE-SJO.OO Mn. Mabel Woltlind 1740 10th Ave. 5. HAND PAINTING Mrs. Jessie Brown 1B41 6th Ave. N. GROCERY HAMPER Mrs. Dorothy Melvin