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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Wo have a great office. There ore several of us who take turns buying candy and cookies to nibble on during the day. I don't mean I mean good treats. When salesmen and clients have to wait In the outer offices for an appointment with one of the bosses we offer them coffee or tea and try to make them com- fortable. A few of our frequent callers have gotten Into the habit of eating everything In sight. They also ask to use the tele- phone and the copying machine. It's difficult to say no but we've decided that's what we're going to say from now on. These arc tho samo freeloaders who never buy a paper, but they always read your column over someone else's shoulder on a train or a bus. How aboi't word from you, Ann? Are we justified in telling these mood'.crs that the phones and copying equipment are not available for Iheir use? And what about the treats? Is it naughty of us to ditch In The Hancock DEAR II. It.: You girls are under no obligation to offer services and refreshments to outsiders unless, of course, the boss instructs you to do so. Ask him and follow his in- structions. DEAR ANN LANDEBS: I am a college student who Is in desperate need of help. I have been stuffing myself secretly until I get sick and then I make myself throw up. This has been going on nearly every day for two years. I want very much to stop this terrible habit but something comes over me and I just have to do it. Sometimes my head aches and my stomach hurts some- thing awful from the severe racking when I vomit, I'm afraid if I don't stop this I will injure myself permanently if I haven't already done so. I hope you will consider my problem seriously even though it sounds weird. You are the only one I dare confide in. And please don't suggest a psyciiiatrist. I have no money. Thank you. S. S. Windy City DEAR S. S.: The questions that must be resolved are these: Why are you incapacitating yourself in order to justify your inadequacies? Why the self punishment on a daily basis? Psychiatric help needn't cost anything if you are a student. The fee you pay for health services usually includes coun- selling. Get going. The self-induced vomiting is a symptom of deeper problems. Tueidoy, October 24, 1972 THE LFTHBRIOGJ HRALD 18 J. BATTLE ORDER ON THE FASHION FIELD-Floppy hat wearer Marie louiss mcdels a white pique miiilary troiser suit by Christopher McConnell during a showing in Lon- don. This lalest collection, with all the items interchangeable, marches into the .In February._____________ (AP Wirephoto) WeeWhimsvl GeorgclcsOeliyanricScs receive! ir.eertfoi hit Wee WJwrtsy. Sanr] 10 ihk tuptr, THE OF SNACKS Control tower gal had pilots baffled OSHAWA, Ont. (CP) Leslie St. Andrews is off to Ottawa' now for the next leg of her training as an air controller, a stint in the air serv- ices training school, but Osh- awa's first control tower woman for a time had pilots baffled. It was "Yes, and "No, when she first came on the air here giving pilots clearance to taxi to the runway. As the pilots caught on that the voice talking to them was feminine, the responses began to change to "Yes, and "No, ma'am.' Leslie had been an air traffic controller in training at the Osh- awa tower for two one of three women trainees in On- tario. Fewer than 20 women in Can- ada are licensed controllers. "One of the first times I came over the air I gave a pilot clear- ance to the she said in on interview. "All I heard was and it wasn't just wow it was WOW. "Frank (her monitor, Frank Sailer) got on the air and said- 'Cool it, friend.' Airmen say the higher regis- ter of a female voice can some- times be heard and understood under poor reception conditions where a man's voice would be lost. On one occasion the ground frequency went on the blink and Leslie was caller! in to give the lest count. The pilot answered HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, leys. Household Effeeti CAIL 328-2860 fon PICKUP SERVICE ________ 01 IEAVE AT 412 Is! AVE. S. IINGQWEDNESDAY 'BllVaVy AT 8 P.M. LETHBRIDGE FISH S GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8lh and IN 7 NUMBERS ._____ NO CHRDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN S3 NUMBERS OR 1ESS (Increoiing numfcer per week until won) 111 GAME JACKPOT 5lh GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVJCI HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGI Children undor 16 not allowed Sponsored by ladfei Auxiliary lo Canadian Legion back: "Read you loud and clear I love your sweetj me- lodic tones." "At first the pilots were baf- fled by the sound of my Leslie said. "But they're used to me now, though I can't count the number of times I've been called sir. "I've never had any trouble with pilots being uptight about taking orders from a woman." Mr. Salter said that after Les- lie arrived he'd never seen such a polite group of pilots. At that stage of her training, Leslie was a "non-operating em- ployee." She worked directly under the supervision of her monitor, handling ground con- trol position. This covered the movement of vehicles, winged and otherwise, on laxiways, runways not service and other manoeuvring areas of tho airport. She gave pilots altimeter set- tings, wind direction and speed and other information. She also filed flight plans so that pilots could be warned to be on the lookout if a number of planes were flying in the same area. Question and Answer CIRCULAR Every' brido wishes her weddmcj lo be just perfect. To help you prepnra for lliul wonderful day, we have compiled a Ifst jf questions most com- monly nsked by the bride- to be. Tho answers are t taken from aulKcrilaliv sources on eliquelte. We Aro Your Printing Headquarters For ATI Your Wedding Requirement. INVITATIONS NAPKINS MATCHES PLACE CARDS THANK-YOU CARDS CAKE BOXES and BAGS COASTERS Ere. The Lctlibridcic Herald PRINTING DIVISION I Cor. 7lh St. and 5th Ave. S. tETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3203 I RUMMAGE SALE ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH HAIL 1818-5 Avenue South Wednesday, Oct. 25 6.00 p.m. In and out of town The annual Halloween tea nd bazaar of the Chinook ensioners and Senior Citizens adies Auxiliary will he offi- ally opened by deputy mayor ''am Barnes, Saturday at 2 .m. in Gym 1 of the Civic ports Centre. Greeting guests at the door ill be Mrs. Harriet Cunning- iam, auxiliary president; Mrs. larion Goddard, national sec- retary; Mrs. A. A. Neddow and Mrs. J. C. Landeryou. Convener of the tea is Mrs. [y Burch. Assisting Mrs. Goldle Kesler at the Handicraft and sewing table mil be Mrs. Elizabeth Vhocler, Mrs. Clara Smith and Mrs. Mary Adams. Mrs. Rose Bemhardt and Mrs. E. Birth will assist Mrs. Ann Linn with home baVtiny. Food hostesses will be Mrs. Elsie Risler, Mrs. A. L u c a, vlrs. W. Jones and Mrs. Vera Serving the guests will be ilrs. L. Swanson, Mrs. Norcne Vhecler, Mrs. B. McKague, Mrs. Zclma Bonne, Miss Winnie Gill, Mrs. Leah Farrell; Mrs. Alice Perry, Mrs. Mar- .on Paskusld, Mrs. Vera Mur- ray, Mrs. Nellie MacDonald and Mrs. Ethel Rowley. In charge of prizes and sale ol tickets are Mrs. C. Angeli and Mrs. J. Blinkhorn. reasurers for tho aftemwa are Mrs. L. Carlson and Mrs, Helen Grieve. Kitchen committee viffl Miss Lily Adnitt, Mrs. Edith Cahoon. Mrs. E. Pozzi, Mrs. JL Fantin and Mrs. K. Quinlan. Door and otlier prizes will drawn for at p.m. by Chinook president Mr. Sandy Sandercock. Everyone welcome to ittend. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Loti of mending to do? A wedding A yen to ba creative? Rent and Sew wilh a KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mail For Complole Detoili JUST ARRIVED ling Shoes BY SUNBEAM for Men and Women also available CURLING BOOTS LEATHER AND SUEDES FOOT NOTES by JOE Just thp pipw dear. I'd ralhcr wear shoel from JOE GREEN'S than 1he llip- psri. LADIES' by Ken Watson and Erni3 Richardson MEN'S by Ernie Richardson GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET Dears MANUFACTURER'S CLEARANCE CAPLESS WIGS CURRENT FASHIONS Save to (Regularly to NOW ONLY 22 Enjoy the comfort of a wig at spectacular clearance price. Current fashions ir> easy care Dyne I ask for Fte a n' Easy (regularly or the Simplicity (regularly You can part it front or side or as you like 111 Now only So hurry into Simpsons-Ssort Wig Boutique today. Remember to save your pennies for UNICEF, STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday imH Friday 9 a.m. In 9 p.m. Centre Village. 378-9331 ;