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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CERAMIC DISPLAY AT TEA Dr. F. H. OBE Chapter, IODE, sponsor a leo and ceramic sliow from 1-9 p.m. Thursday in Enerson Motors downtown showroom, 4th Ave. and 9th Si. S, Iso Steals, right, chapter regent, admires some cf the handiwork to be displayed, Minerva Craddock with stein, and Sue Higa, left fore- ground, are two of the students whose wofk be shown. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My brother started to grow a beard two years ago when he was 18. It looked rather at- tractive when it was sort of a Van Dyke but now it's some- what mangy. My mother has been after him to trim it but he says he wants to see how long it will get. Mom says it won't grow more than another few down to the middle of his chest because when a beard reaches a cer- tain lenglh, it slops growing. According to her it's nature's way of keeping beards from becoming dangerously long. Mom must be right because I've never seen a beanl grow longer than the middle of a man's chest. Please explain how hair stops Beard ologist At Berkley DEAR BEARDOLOGIST: Mom is wrong. Hair keeps grow- ing, although the rate varies among individuals. For most people, it's about half an inch per month, whether you cut it or not. Back in 1877 a man named Phillip Henson let his beard grow for 10 years. He was six feet, two inches tail. His beard reached Ihe carpet and dragged for about six inches. So far as I know, this was the world's longest beard. I hone your brother doesn't try to break Mr. Benson's record. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A few months ago a close friend fold me that last year my husband had a young child by a married woman. Her husband believes the child is his. We have three children. My husband's cheating is an old story, but news of this child came as a shock to me. It is almost too much to bear. I lie awake nights wondering what kind of man he is. How can he ignore this youngster? It makes him seem like some kind of monster. Should I leli him I know, and insist that he see the child? I started to say something to him at Christmas but 1 didn't have the courage. Should I go to the woman and demand that she tell her husband the truth? I really don't hale her, but sometimes I hate myself for staying with a man who is so Divorce is out of the question. Our three children need him and he is a good father. What should I do, Ann? Insomnia DEAR IN: Do nothing. You have no evidence thai the story you heard is true. Put this episode out of your mind and don't discuss it with anyone. According to law1 (he wom- an's husband is the father of her child. A married lover's confession would adrl nothing except confusion and misery for two families. The "friend" who gave you (he is NO friend. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your reply to the cheatcd-on wife who wanted to phone her friend miles away and (ell her (hat Hubby just confessed they had slept together 13 years ago, stank. You said it would accomplish nothing except to make her husband look like a jerk. Your notion lhat it didn't mailer because it happened 13 years ago shows how little you know about human nature. Hubby had his fun. Why shouldn't the cheated-on wife enjoy the pleasure of telling the tramp off? You have no itlea what (his would do for her ego. I know what I'm talking about because I made such a phone call two years a hunch. And I was right. That call lifted my spirits and I was in a state of exhilaration for two weeks. Reverse yourself, liye For An Eye DEAR EYE: Thanks for telling us about your cheap (rip. It's amazing what some people consider entertainment. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Avc., Chicago, 111. 60611. calen ar ol- local kappeninai The Ladies Orange Lodgi will bold the monthly meeting on Thursday at p.m. in th< gas company auditorium. Hos tesses as arranged. Dominion Rebekah Lodge No 41 will hold a tea at the homi of Mrs. Albert Pollard, 707 27th St. N., at 8 p.m. Thursday. Vis itors and friends welcome. The ACW of SI. Mary'i Church is sponsoring a rum mage sale on Saturday at 9 a.m. in (he church hall, 533 !2th St. C N. A reminder that the nutrition workshop is to be held Thurs- day, at the Civic Sports Center in the large gym. The times are to 12 noon and to in the afternoon. Four out- standing speakers have been obtained and (hero will be opportunity for questions and discussion at the end of both sessions. Wt-dneidoy, April 19, 1972 THE UTHBR1DGE HSRAID 13 Cortisone could save newborn TORONTO (CP) A Phila- delphia doctor told the To- ronto chapter of the Hospital Pharmacists' Association (bat ii.sc of Ihe drug cortisone may help save pre- mature babies Dr. Mary Soentgcn said that although it is still loo early (o tell, cortisone has hctped in some cases of hyaline mem- brane disease, which results in a lack of coaling on the lungs and makes breathing a massive effort. It often causes dealh. Dr. Soentgen, director of newborn nurseries at Thomas Jefferson Medic a 1 College, said cortisone was given to 22 babies afflicted with the dis- ease, whose condition was de- teriorating despite other treat- ment. Seventeen of the babies survived. She said, however, lhat this number is slill too few (o demonstrate that cortisone saved them. The babies might have survived without the ad- ditional treatment. Green or Wax 14-oz Print your name and address on the back any Libby's label and bring them to Valur Village. Draw 1o be made May 1972. MEATS PHONE 327-5295 12-oz. for 19-01. for 14-or. ISsp for Canada Choice Ib. mi Cocktail 14-ci. SgJF for Asst....... 10-oz. Wi for ecfchss 14-oz. for 12-oz. jars for Ice Cream Silverwoods assf, pints for PRODUCE 328-1751 I 3 For strawberry shortcake...... baskets Cantaloupe Mexican.....Wt 3 Grapefruit 10 Corn on the Cob 6 1 -00 Ground Shoulder of Beef For delicious meat loaf Ib. Sirloin Or rib end cuts ib. Sausage 5 Ib. bag of Chicken Legs and thighs or breasts............Ib. Beaf Sfeakettes 6 750 In the piece only [b. BAKERY PHONE 327-2424 Cherry, Apple, Blueberry and Raisin LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13th STRICT and