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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wi'dn.Hlay, '13, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGt HEIlAtt) Local university student doubles as stewardess Value'ViLlage IOUID AI naanwi w mm MUWI 1 By CHIHSTINE 1'UIIt, Herald Staff Writer "I'm dying to learn iiow lo fly a plane myself anil try sky- claims Slicila Reed, a stewardess for Time Airways Ltd. of ixjlhbridgc. Miss Iteed. formerly of No- blcford, graduate! this y e a r from Winston Chunlu'll High School and is a full time slti- most are friendly and re-1 laxed or, maylie ask jokingly if! (he plane is safe. "I think the Ill- passenger piano we fly is safe because it can land evi.n in I said Miss Heed. I 'Hie flights are a bit rough in i Hie summer because of air! pockets characteristic in this i area, but in dc, winter flights are very smooth with little tur- iljltt 1.1 11 HIM lllnv: .Til- I dent at the University of Loth-1 Kiuri JimL i bridge. She works as a stew-1 "After the passengers are set-1 ardcss from to lied, I usually sit and talk withj at least four week nights, i Ihem. Sometimes everyone in 1 Sundays, on fliglils to Calgary Ihe plane is talking together in and Edmonton. I one discussion." Miss Used said j "On my first flight. 1 was] the opportunity of meeting and very nei-vous because 1 hadn't] talking wilh people from every j flown since rliildhofld." said profession is the best, feature of Miss Reed. She also- wasn't sure her job. how the wmld re- Miss Reed said flying above U> her. but "everything the fog hanks was very beauti- worked out just fine." I ful during the recent foggy Although a l< w "iwsstngeis ev uealher in southern 'As aggerate fright "to get attsn-'lhc plane sank into the Uiick fog, H was like being Inside a mill; bottle, she said. "The plane seemed like our own lit- tle world and that's all tliere was." The three stewardesses for Time Airways don't have uni- forms, only reason we don't is because we can't agree on a said Miss Reed. The trick in getting accepted j as a stewardess in our com- pany is short height, she said, "The planes are miile low in- side and a person over five feet two inches looks very awkward moving around." She hasn't decided what she will do after completing univer- sity but she may seek a posi- tion as a stewardess with Airj Canada. "I don't think it would; be very difficult to get a job; because the regulations aren't' as rigid as f imagined they! would said Miss Reed, I PETITE TO FIT Sheila Reed of lias a cheery smile to greet every pas- senger on Timo Airways Ltd. She show Herald photographer, Bryan Wilson how 'her flve-foot-orm structure barely fits through the doorway fo the cockpit. The homemaker By Elizabeth Bartman, District Home Economist "all house cleaning may call j "winterize" furniture to for special care of your furni- j stand our dry over-heated tare. j hoines. Here Is a fumliure cleanser-! Fill a glass container with a conditioner to disguise scralch-j tight-fitting lid with V4 full pure es and retard checking, lo re- spirits of gum turpentine, re- store natural grain and color maining with boiled Imseed of wood, to remove grime of oil. Do not attempt to boil lin- smoke, grease, dust and to! seed oil at home, but buy it UKAY'S LADIES' WEAR Shoppers' WorM E-SEASON SAL! SPORTSWEAR by Sabre Tan Jay WHITE STAG Mr. Ton! Mix 'N Match Co-ordinates JUST ARRIVED 200 FASHION DRESSES NOTHING HELD BACK '0 OFF SHOES HANDBAGS UNGERIE FOUNDATION OARMENTS SHOP NOW AND SAVE LaKAY'S LADIES' WiAR VVorltl Mayor Mogiolh Drivo Thuii'toy tinrJ fntltiy Till 9 commercially prepared. Cover tightly and shake. well. You may store mixture indefinitely in the tightly closed container. Prepare to apply by spread- ing a thick layer of paper on floor; ventilate room well. As- semble lire following equipment on a tray: the cleanser-condi- tioner, cup, saucer, three old cloths. 3-0 steel wool pad, old toothbrush. Heat some water and pour into cup. Set cup onto saucer. Shake cleanser-condi lioner and pour enough into cup 10 cover surface of the water. Do not stir. Apply cleanser-conditioner to furniture in this manner. Dip cloIJi into oily mixture floating on surface of hot water. Apply this to small area time, being careful to keep ex- i cess away from joints_ to pre- i vent glue from softening. Rub' surface with (lie mixture, using toothbrush on grooves mid carvings. If there is an accumulation of dirt, ruli lightly with 3-0 steel wool psd which has been dipped into (lie solution. Use light pressure and nib with grain of wood. Wipe with soft cloth which hns been (lipped in clear warm wafer, then wrung. Discard mix'ture when cold. Do 1 nol reheat since it is flam- mable. Use (hi? rlcanscr-conditioner sparingly on shellac finishes. Also clolh dipped m warm to dryncss. Vvater. alcohol, ,-md hent; dnmage shel- lac finishes. "How dn yon find out I! fin- i ish is you ask. I Spongo .1 on underside of! furniture wilh denatured al-: i cuhol solvent. F'inish will soften I and conic off if it. is shellac. I j To restore lustre, apply this j 1 p n in i c e ,inrt oil mixture to small sections of furniture with vour hands, or felt pad or hi a i- k b n a r d eraser. Mix I rnnniee slone. FFFF f or wilh lightweight mineral; nil. paraffin oil or babv oil to make a mixlure of ihiu-eream i doiisisieiiey, Stir this mixture! i dining use. Hub wood in di-1 reel ion of wood grain. Try to i I nib nil parts equally to do-1 velop even finish without, dull t'le.iii pnmicr from; crack uith ,-i hnish. wilh I cloths until a dull luster is oblauied, 1 CHRISTMAS CAKE SUPPLIES A Complete Supply of 'Robinson and Woodland DaUXE FRUIT CAKE FRUIT MIXED PEEL CITRON CRYSTALIZED GINGER GLACED PAPAYA PINEAPPLE RINGS RED AND GREEN GtACED CHERRIES BLEACHED RAISINS Plus o full line of BAKING NUTS Contadina T v E Ubby's ft flA- 1 Tomato Juice ...n2 89c Frurt Cocktail i ft I i Johnsons DAMMF iiritlt Mixed Nuts 95e Beans with Ketchup .e.Ti bom. 2 h, 5SC Bags 7S York Vegetables 4 b ONIONS, I OLIVES, I GHERKINS C Oriental; r 6-ot, j'ofs for r A A. A A A A Peas, Corn, Green Beans Wax Beans 14-si. !in PRODUCE ORANGES 07C 1ft 1 9C 2 AS B e- Rei! af S Delicious i 5S 'bs- assorted POt Vegetable, I I alue'Village MEATS PHONE 327-529S DELUXE MEAT BUNDLE Cut Wrapped For Ysur Freezer 5 Ibs. Pork Roasl Boston Butl 4 Ibs, Pork Spare Ribs B Ibs. Beef Chuck Roast 6 Ibs. Beef Short Ribs 4 Beef Sausage largo Casing 4 Ground Beuf 6 Ibs. Filing Chicken Plecss Allow 2 Days for Belivery 40 Ib, Bunclln 22 .95 UTILITY TURKEYS 8-12 !bs. ib. CAPON CHICKENS 7-8 Ibs, Cherry Loaf Cakes Raisin Each 65 Butter Horns Swiss Tarts "ValueVillaqe lOtATW At Wfc HWJI m. f ;