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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, February 1973 THE IETHBRIOGE HERAID 21 Rights leader honored ALBANY. N.Y. (AP) Guv. Kelson A. RorjkcMli'r lias pro- claimed today "Susan 13. An- thony Day" in New York stale. A proclamation by liocJieM- ler praised licr role in Iho women's liberation rnovem e n I in Lhe U.S. Noting that 12-1 years ago lira first U.S. women's rights con- vention was held in Seneca Falls, N.Y., the governor said, "Susan B. An t h o n y be- lieved in the goals of thai con- vcntion and became a crusader for civil and political rights for all Pancake race 500 years old OLNEY, England (AP) A 23-year-old housewife won 01- ney's traditional Shrove Tues- day pancake race. Ella Crouch dashed over the 415 yards from the Bull Tav- ern to St. Mary's Parish Church in one minute 10 seconds. Be- hind her came IB-year-old Chris- tine Swallow bounding over tho form of last year's winner, Ruth Faulkner, 23, who fell. Tradition places the start o[ the Obiey race at more than 600 years ago. The story goes that e housewife was cooking a pancake and she heard Hie church bell ring and rushed off to service still carrying her skillet. Grand chump beats record LIBERAL, Kan. (AP) j Kalhleen Wesl, (he inlcrna- ticnal pancake race record- holder, won Ihc contest by 25 yards Tuesday and also bet- tered the time of her counler- parts in Olney, England. Miss West, telephone op- erator, set the record of 58.1 seconds in 1969 and nearly equalled in on Shrove Tuesday mil) 53.5 seconds over a 415- yard course here. The Olney leg of the race was run in a driving rain and howling wind. Ella Crouch was the winner in a time of one minute 10 seconds. The race is believed lo have started more than 5000 years ago when a housewife, cooking a pancake, heard Die church bell ring and rushed olf to the service carrying her skillet. Olncy aocepled a challenge from Liberal in J9SO and it's i been an international competi- i tion between the two towns over since. BHAMPTON, Out. (CP) I Flipping furiously while her I feet flew, Yvnnne Kalverda won Hie town's Shrove Tuesday pancake race. Mrs. Kalverda, married just j two months, ran tire 415-yard I triangular course in Cl seconds j lo defeat 18 other competitors, j including Marlie Abel, 1 a s I year's winner, who was second, A TRADITION IN LETHBRIDOE HAVING A BALL or is it the ball having Ihem? Any- way, a coupls gets away from il all in an avant-garde lounging chair featuring a total fop, shown af an exhibi- tion in Selb, West Germany. Ann Landers MOISTURE GUIDE To avoid overcooking, scram- bled eggs and omelette should still be slightly moist when re- moved to serving dishes. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Any day now I expecr to lose him ro Hollywood ...He'll probably become technical adviser for all those Roman orgy scenes." GOING TO THE SUN? Toke A Pair Of Wn Invite you Ifi See Cur New Spring Display! BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4TH AVE. S. PHONE 32 Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. including Monday. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. DEAR ANN LADDERS: My boyfriend is 24 and so am I. We have been engaged three times in tire last four years. When Hie time comes lo set the date, Die gels sick or some- thing. This morning we were to mail the invitations and Ike said he wasn't sure he wanted to get married and needed "more time.1' Tho last disappointment upset me terribly. I slill see him and am willing to give him another chance, but certain mem- bers of my family are bugging me. They say Dee is stringing along, that he is selfish and insincere. I'm on the verge o[ breaking oft relations Kith both my parents and my sisters. They should be giving me hope and encouragement instead of undermining my confidence in Ike. Do you agree? Please answer, Ann, I want Ihem to sec Confidence DEAR NEEDING: I agree you should definitely break off relations. But not with your family. It's Ike who ought lo be ditched. Should you manage to bludgeon him into mar- riage one of these days, you'll regret it. The guy is bonkers. DEAH ANN LANDERS: As I was walking along a busy downtown street, I noticed a woman (no lady) ahead of me, screaming at her child to walk faster. The lillle girl was no more lhan lliree years old. The mother threatened to kick the child lo the nest bus stop if shs didn't hurry up. Then the mother proceeded to hit the youngster on the head with her purse. As if (hat wasn't enough she literally kicked the little girl in the backside, causing her to stumble. The poor little tiling dirtied her while slockings when she fell. Her mother gave her a hard slap across Ihc cheek for being clumsy. Buy Lhis time I was furious. I hurried to catch up with lliem so that 1 might give the mother a look of disapproval, but slie ignored me. By then I was nearing the parking lot and decided to go to my car and forget the incident. But somehow I can't get it out of my mind. I keep seeing that small child being abused by an insensitive, bully of o mother. What should I have done? Is it proper for n stranger to in terfere in a faanily matter? Please comment. Gen- tleman DEAR GENTLEMAN: That was more lhan a family mat- ter. It was a case of public injustice and cruelty. Each of us has a responsibility lo speak out when wo witness bru- tality. You should have lold the mother lliat you were sure she didn't realize how hard she was hitting the little girl, and in Ihe interest of her own peace of mind as well as the child's mental health, she should get some counselling, DEAH ANN LANDERS: I'm a travelling man and an invet- erate newspaper reader. Your column is a must for me and I read it all over the country. Sometimes 1 read it twice a day I'm on the road. This is what I am writing about. Can you solve a riddle for me? Recently T was in Detroit and caught you In the Free Press. Tlie column that morning was about a young guy who couldn't urinate unless he was alone. He was very worried because lie was about to be inducted into the Army and he know he'd never have and privacy there. TJiaf same morning I flew to Boston from Detroit and picked up the Herald-Tra- veler nl the hotel. I read tho same column I had read in Ihc Detroit paper, but the language was different. It didn't say anything alxnit the guy's inability to urinate. It said lie was afraid to go to the bathroom. Do you write different answers [or certain papers? Please Road Kal DEAR ROAD: The very same column is sent to all client p.'ipers. Each eclilor handles- it as he sees fit. II might be that j nobody in Boston urinates. Tliey only go to Ihe bathroom. JUST CALL BRYAN WILSON at A. E. 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