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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Woman comes out of hiding TORONTO (CP) Twenty two-year-old Irma Salguero from Guatemala said here she plans to turn herself in I o the inwnigration authorities from whom she has been hiding here since Feb. she is ex- pecting a baby within a month. "I can't go on like this any- she said in an interview with The Star. "I have to be calm when I enter the hospital to give birth to my child, but I'm terrified of jail." Mrs. Salguero said "he came to Toronto Feb. 3 for a holiday and change of scene. She was five months pregnant and de- pressed. Her 27-year-old salesman hus- band was unable to accompany her because of business com- mitments, so she came alone, she said. But, said Mrs. Salguero, when she arrived in Toronto, immi- gration authorities did not be- lieve her story and told her she would have to return home. They let her stay for the week- end and told her to return the following Monday to report to a special inquiry officer. She didn't. But two weeks later when she wished to return to Guatemala, Mrs. Salguero said she realized she could immigration authorities had withheld the re- turn portion of her flight ticket. So Mrs. Salguero wrote advis- ing her husband of her plight. He flew to Toronto last month, planning to buy his wife another ticket and then accompany her home. They hoped they would be able to pass through the air- port with the regular flow of air travellers. But then the doctor who ex- Basketball star opens fashion house JL NEW YORK (AP) Harlem Globetrotters star Marquis Haynes has bounced on to Sev- enth Avenue to open a black- owned fashion house, Biella, JM., knitwear firm. With a loan from the National Bank of North Amer- ica under its special mmority lending program, Haynes went into business and showed the firm's first fall collection, priced to The show was held at the Raffles Club, a chic nighterie in the Sherry-Netherland Hotel, PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. and Haynes, wearing a banker- grey suit, was on hand to great guests. Haynes, who has been with the Globetrotters for 3ft years, is a coach and consultant for the basketball team. "There's nothing ethnic about the said sales man- ager Fred de Leon. "We want to get fabulously wealthy, and we can't do that with a strictly black clientele." The clothes were servative, but smooth and snappy, with designer Milton Ford's deft use of cardigan jackets, turtlenecks and dresses. One dress featured a play of red, white and black stripes. grained Mrs. Salguero last wee forbade her to trip could be dangerous to her, he thought. So now. Mrs. Salguero has re- sigrted herself to facing the in? migration authorities. But Mac Steel, district immi gration enforcement officer in Toronto, said today: "She has nothing to fear." "We're certainly not about to throw a pregnant woman in jai and certainly not after she gives birth to a child." Every child unique HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) Every child diagnosed as hav- ing minimal brain dysfunction is different and must be consi- dered as an individual, says D. John E. Peters, an Arkansas child psychiatrist. Minimal brain dysfunction (MBD) is a family of diagnoses rather than a single entity, Dr. Peters told an audience of phy- sicians in private practice. The three groups into which he div- ides the problem are the child with pure hyperactivity, the one with pure learning disability and the mixed types who have con- j both. Buy a -SOUTHERN AlBERTA BUSINESS SAMPLER CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, APRIL 13th O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-! 2th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB COMING WATCH Mixed and hyperactive chil- dren have in common short at- tention span, distractability and impulsiveness. The two pure types are relatively few in num- ber. The largest number of MBD chileren fall into the mixed category. Dr. Peters is head of the divi- sion of child and adolescent psy- chiatry at the University of Ar- kansas school of medicine. "In every group of 100 school children, there are likely to be 5 to 10 who have a learning disa- bility or are so hyperactive they require special help. The physi- cian has an important role in helping to identify and manage these children to prevent psy- chiatric maladjustments and to increase the child's chances for a productive Dr. Peters said. Unstable emotions, mercurial behavior, poor motor integra- tion, space movement precep- tion deficit and disorders in lan- guage processing are also char- acteristic of MBD children. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have had the same cleaning woman for ten years. If she had one more brain she would be an imbecile. I don't know why I've put up with her for so long. Maybe I'm the imbecile. Please don't tell me to let her go. I can't do it. She has five children and needs this job. Also, when I was in the hospital she was here every morning at through snowstorms and blizzards. Problem: Yesterday she tried to vacuum the carpet- ing on the steps with the DEAR ANN LANDERS: After four years of a hectic marriage (if you can call it that) I have reached a point where I must make a serious decision. I have always worked and made good money. My hus- band works off and ly off. He just loves to enroll in mail order extension courses, which means I send in the check and do his home- work. (I should be getting the credits, not him.) These past four years he has made two trips out of the country, one on an archeologi- cal dig (which cost me and his last trip was to ob- serve the sociological patterns of South Sea islanders. Wnen he returned from the last trip he brought me a "souvenir" 18-year-old girl who speaks no English. Inciden- tally, he is 33 and I am ten DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband is an executive with a large firm. He has a secre- tary who has been with Mm only a few months. She is ex- tremely competent, makes a lovely appearance, and I know my husband is pleased with her work. Yesterday was hell day at our house. Everything went wrong. Our toy poodle sud- denly became very ill. Our six-year-old son swallowed a Fish bone. My sister-in-law was rushed to the nopsttal in an ambulance with a severe respiratory problem. I had to telephone my hus- band three times in two hours to help me make some SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 Oldman River Potters Guild will be holding EASTER HOLIDAY CUSSES for Children Ages 6-12 years April 23-24-25 to 11 am. FEE St.OO PER LESSON Register at Bowman Arts Centre office Phone 327-2813 large sweeper because she was too lazy to use the small attachment. The sweeper got out of control, fell down the steps and broke in twenty pieces. The repair bill Should I make ner pay for it? Answer yes or no. Mad In Missouri DEAR MAD: No. Even smart people do stupid things now and then. From your description, the woman gave you special considera- tion, and now it's your turn. years older. He said he brought her to help me with the housework. As I reread this letter it sounds like a kid from Yale made it up, but I swear every word is true. I need to know what to do about it. Keep in mind that I love my husband with all my heart in spite of his faults. Is it too late in life for me to throw him out and start again? Shattered DEAR E. S.: Start what again? Do you plan on taking in another bum and let him live off you? If so, you might as well keep this one and teach the girl how to use the electrical appliances. If you are honestly fed up and want to live a sane and decent life, give this gigolo the air and spend your money on professional help so you call make a healthier selec- tion next time. decisions. On the third call Ms secretary said, "Your husband is involved in a ser- ies of important meetings, Mrs. Jones. H you could jot down your questions and make one call at noon instead of three at hourly intervals, it would be very helpful" I was plenty burned up, but I didn't let on. Should I have explained to her the nature of my problems? Should I have told ner bluntly that I don't need her permission to call my husband? Should I in- form him that Miss Efficiency is too big for her britches. Please guide me. Tm too blind with rage to see anything clearly at this mo- ment. Dear B.: If there's any- thing a man finds distasteful it's trouble between bis wife and a competent secretary. Be sweet as molasses to shrew. Ask your husband to inform her that your calls be put through immediately be- cause you would not phone three times in two hours if it weren't absolutely necessary. .Friday, April 13, THE LETHBWDGE HERALD J3 REMARRIED SHERBROOKE, Que. A chaplain in this community wanted to convince people that marriage can last and be happy too. He held a Love Day, coin- ciding with St. Valentine's Day, during which 300 married cou- ples from across Quebec re- newed their marriage vows. Tt took 12 priests to conduct this second wedding ceremony. Moore colors. Moore beauty. 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