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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Novtmb.r 4, 1977 THJ UTHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Ann Landers .DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a 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 to 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 .fire hose is about 100 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 300 feet behind. Never ask a fireman if you can help. The average per- son knows nothing about fire fighting. You can help best by staying 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 as much a nuisance as false alarms. When calling the fire department, keep calm and ten them what kind of fire it is so they'll know what to ex- pect and whether to notify other fire fighters. Teach your small children how to report a fire. Always have the phone number handy, by the telephone. When your place 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 Me 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 to handle your work as well as the work of a colleague, you didn't have enough to 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. Bruises all in day's work for lively Broadway actress By MAUREEN JAMIESON Family Editor Maura K. Wedge rubbed a few of the more tender spots on her anatomy. "I've got some awfully good she said. Sitting in the Green Room In the bowels of 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- bridge 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 for the trip from New York and is now confined in her hotel room. Krishna, she said 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 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 me. "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 peotile here. "Certainly the enthusiasm is there, and the willingness to stay with it." Aldonza, she said "is a gor- geous, gorgeous part a kind luisima, sue 'is a dom- of Mary Magdalene, in that she estic short haired tabby who is redeemed by Quixote and has, his own little credit card. becomes the kind of person he "He's used to travelling, and wants her to become, suffers in silence. I wouldn't I Maura, who considers her voice "darker than soprano, has played in such Broadway "I tared a cat sincr. ne hits as "Do Re Mi, was just furious, and he really I Oliver! and Man of La Mancha did damage around the apart-! "for two years .with quite _ nf do it to him if he wasn't more unhappy at home without me. "I hired a cat sitter. He nient. a collection of people." "He's she added by Numbered among the collec- way of explanation. Maura the tion are Richard Kiley, Jose By Barnes MAURA K. WEDGE Acting dominated by males; screen women treated badly THE BETTER HALF HOLLYWOOD (AP) 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 greater participation hi movies and TV. Miss Nolan, who first found fame in the TV series The Real cCoys, is chairwoman of the creen Actors Guild women's nference committee. Her ac- vities have gone beyond the terests of screen actresses to icompass other professions. "Ours is a male-oriented busi- ess, just as ours is a male-ori- nted she says. "It's EDMONTON (CP) An un- qualified interior designer can wreck a home, says the presi- dent of the Registered Interior Designers Institute of Alberta. The bulls here In Madrid only bow to clients of A.M.A. travel servicel 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 welcome Phone 328-1181 or 328-7921 Gwennyth Garland, institute resident, said in an Interview f the Alberta institute has its vay, interior designers will be lighly qualified in future. "Our 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-S10.00 Mrs. Mabel Weitlind 1740 10th Ave. S. HAND PAINTING Mrs. Jessie Brown 1841 6th Ave. N. GROCERY HAMPER Mrs. Dorothy Melvin 624 7th St. S. EtECTRIC CLOCK Mrs. Ann Foley 635 10th St. S. 3 PC. DOILY SET Mrs. Helen Grieve 1202 5th Ave. A S. TURKEY Jane R. Smith P.O. Box 1038, Wetaskiwin OUR SINCERE THANKS to all who made our Halloween Tea and Boiaar a great success. competence in the field of inte- rior design. Our members are not just anybody off the street." She said Alberta is the only province other than Quebec that recognizes the field as profes- sional. The 35 members of the institute are mainly in Calgary and Edmonton. Mrs. Garland said: "In Canada there is one de- sign coureo offered at the Uni- versity of Manitoba, but the course itself will not assure the participant full membership in our institute or the proposed federal body to be known as Interior Designers of Canada. "Everyone is a frustrated in terior designer. "That is why the designer's prime task is to find exactlj what the customer wants anc interpret it as a finished prod- uct. "Very large arguments can he the result of often amateur ish counsel of a sort that can lead to tension both in the struc lure of the house and the tenor of the home." She said cost is not necessa. ily related to accomplishment in interior design, and the profes sionals may often save the cus tomcr money. me that some changed." WHY BE FAT FOR CHRISTMAS! be THINNER and SAVE MONEY too GIVES YOU THIS GIFT PRE-XMAS SPECIAL SAVE ON ENROLLMENT FEE Coupon Redeemable Only Toward Initial Enrollment Fee. WATCHERS. Not Acceptable Toward Weekly Class Feo. COUPON EXPIRES NOV. 18th, 1972 CLIP AND PRESENT AT NEAREST CLASS ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH 11 Street Avnnuo, S. Tuesdays p.m. p.m. CARDSTON UNITED CHURCH Wednesdays p.m. CARDSTON, ALBERTA TABER CIVIC CENTRI Thursdays p.m. TABER, AIDERTA Call Zenith 06124 (Toll Free) of that was The actress waxes eloquent hen she discusses how women ire treated on the movie and elevision screens. "Fifty-one per cent of this Patient helps lonely WINNIPEG (CP) In some circles, Rene Boissinot would be onsidered two jirls on the string who sit pa iently by the telephone for his aily phone call. The 80-year-old permanent- are patient at Deer Lodge Hos Dital for veterans enjoys his ole as a "ladies' man" an< ays he'll be interested in vomen until the day he dies. Mr. Boissinot is one of four men involved in the Deer Lodge Phone-A-Friend Service, a pilo iroject started last spring tt lelp lonely people in the com munity. The hospital patients offe jompanionship and provide a necessary safety check for th elderly or disabled througl daily phone calls made at pre- arranged times. If no answer L reached after a few tries, tht notify a staff super ,'isor to get in touch with some one with a house key and hav a personal check made nt th lome. country's population is she remarked. "We ave taken surveys of the mount of screen time that is ominated by men, both in thea- res and on television. One sur- ey showed a seven-to-one ratio n favor of men. Another was 0-to-one. "This doesn't seem or realistic. In television, for example, it's women who are appealed to by advertising; they ray the products. They also ex- ercise the greater control of what the family sees on televi- sion. "Women like to see stones about women. Keal stories not distortions of their lives." DISTORT WOMEN'S ROLE Miss Nolan said that her com- mittee has made in-depth studies of the role of women in ic U.S., past and present. "The results are revealing There are, for example, more than women lawyers in the United States. Yet in every movie and television series, a lawyer is always cast as a man "The role of women in the settling of the West is interest ing, loo. They weren't al dance-hall girls or hookers. A lot of them were very stronj women they had to be stroni to leave their homes and face the rigors of the frontier." Some actresses hanker for the 1930s, when Hollywood wa making the "women's picture' and such stars as Bette Davis Joan Crawford, Rosalind Rus sell, Norma Shearer and Clau dete Colbert had equal or greater status with male stars. An illusion, argued Kathleen Nolan. "Yes, a woman like Rosalind Russell was portrayed as a suc- cess in a Miss Nolan said. "But when she fell 2 Locations COLLEGE MALL 11J Kth STREET SOUTH Ferrer really love working with him, he's my Lloyd Bridges a little and Howard Keel awfully nice man. I Just fin- ished with him about a month The Boston born soprano's parents recognized her talent early and fostered It. "They knew what they wanted me to do." she said. "I didn't." She has worked in television, but as yet has done no movies. Live theatre is her first love, as "it's all I know, so therefore I prefer it, and It would seem very hard to work without an audience." "I don't think the theatre uses enough of she said. "I like the group effort In college and the group theatre, lika but generally, profes- sional acting "only uses one portion of me. "I guess I'd like to have more responsibility." According to Maura, it's still not too late to become the law- yer she thinks she would like to be "because my moon is in Capricorn." This seems to mean she's adaptable. After Lethbridge, what? "I think I'Jl be doing this In New York again with Ferrer as soon as I go back. "I enjoy being in a long run- ning show.. I'm really a nil-pick- er. Every night I go out and try for 100 per cent, but I never make it. "I don't find it routine, but other people do. "It's always a learning pro- cess." "Of course we can afford it what't a skipped house payment or Blackfoot course PIN CHER CHEEK, Alta. (CP) The Napi Friendship Association in this southwestern Alberta community plans to offer, for free, a course in con- versational Blackfoot. The course, to be offered to both native and non-native people, is designed to preserve the Black- foot Indian culture and break down current barriers between Indian and white people in the in love with Cary Grant, she clidn't run the magazine any- more. She gave up the foolish- ness of pursuing a career and settled down to the more ac- ceptable role of being a house- Paul Z. 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Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In 'Uthkidgi All wedding reports, marriogo and engagement announcements will now be published on 1 spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5-00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would additional to that provided on Tho Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would bo DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BF 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Letltbridge Herald ;