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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I couldn't resist writing u. the hope that I might help the woman who is driving herself about her daughter's short lifeline. It seems the moth- er became interested in palmistry and began to read the patas of her friends and relatives. She became petrified wheTshe discBvered that her youngest child had a lifeline one fifth the length of a normal life span. When I was a child my mother had a palm reader come to our home. The woman told my mother that she not live to see her 51st birthday. I was only seven old at the time and my mother was 47. night free wretched years I went to sleep on a wet pitow. lived in constant fear that my mother would die. Only when Mother reached her 51st birthday did I shake the terrible anxiety. My mother died four years ago at the age Ptease print this letter for Mrs. L. R. because I know'so well what she is going through.-Been There, Too DEAR BEEN: Hundreds wrote to relate similar expe- riences Thank you all. Palmistry is purely superstition, of f.' hope the worried mother sees your letter. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You have printed letters from women who have married mama's boys men who can t to cut loose from their mothers. But what about prls wto can't cut loose from their daddies? I am married to a girl like that and I need help fast. I am -a. My wife is 25. We have been married five months. After our third day of honeymooning my vnfe masted that we cut the trip short and go home. She missed her Every night without exception we have to go see him-and not justte an hour, Ann. We spend the entire evening there Sometimes they don't speak more than ten wprds. They look at TV or read the paper. We have not seen a movie or a play. We tave no whole life, outside of our jobs, is her daddy. On Sunday we go to my parents' for thirty minutes, then we have to to her folks' house. I haven't mentioned the fact that she has a mother, too, but she and her mother have very little in common. Is this problem mental, Ann? Can it be helped? Should I get a divorce if my wife won't try to get over it? Please teU me what to do. I'm a very unhappy man. Number Two And Ready To Quit DEAR TWO: Your wife has a severe hangup on her daddy and she's going to need professional help to get unhung. How come you didn't recognize the problem when you were going together? A fixation like this must have been fairly obvious. If your wife refuses to see a doctor you'd better see a lawyer unless you are willing to settle for second place in her life, because this is your destiny, friend._________ Monday, Flbruory M, 1WI Wl IfTHMIDGI HIMIO 13 YWCA news LA. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Feb. 22 JACKPOT NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Prize-Free Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13rfl St. ond 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed CONSIDERS POLITICS TORONTO (CP) Barbar Fium, the 33-year-old mother o three, who announced she wa quilting her job as hostess o CBC's Weekday Journal, is con sideling entering politics. Mrs Frum said she has been a preached by both the New Dem erratic Party and the Liberals WINNERS IOYAL ORDER of MOOSE DRAW Held February 13 wer FIRST PRIZE: GORDON GEBHART, 533 20th St. S. SECOND PRIZE: J. SIMPSON. 1335 5th Ave.A.N. THIRD PRIZE: RICK DUEU, 417 15th St. N. ART WORKSHOP-Students and teachers work on methods of dyeing in an art teachers workshop held at Winston Churchill High School over the weekend. Spon- sored by Neil Johnson, arts supervision for Lethbridge District, ond conducted by Morcel Asquin, ort supervisor of Calgary public schools, the workshop in- volved weaving, creative knot tying, and dyeing. Both teachers and students alike attended from Lethbridge schools, separate and public, and the surrounding area. J-amil Calendar of local happening Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold their next meet- ng Tuesday at the home of Mrs. A. Misak, 2518 14 Ave. S. at p.m. Mrs. J. Fekete will n-esent the program on "High tloments of Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Gladys Simons, 1617 Ashgrove Road, Tuesday at 8 p.m. The program will be presented by Mrs. Simons "Definition of Happiness" Co hostess Bosch. is Mrs. Edith meeting oi The regular Kappa Chapter, Phi, will be held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ron Dorren 3507 10 Ave. A S. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs Doug Schindler and Mrs. Clyde Matheson. Mrs. Robert Forres will present her program on "Happiness Through the En ioyment of Nature." University of Lethbridge Wo- men's Association will hold its general meeting in the Faculty Lounge of the Science Building Wednesday at 8 p.m. Serve BUTTERMILK PANCAKES for Shrove Tuesday February 23rd ippemnc The monthly general meeting the ladies auxiliary, to the oyal Canadian Legion will be jld Tuesday hi the Memorial all at 8 p.m.. All members je urged to attend. St. Patrick's Home and jchool will hold their gener; meeting in the art room of the chool Tuesday at 8 p.m. Fea tared speaker will be Dr. E tordon on Education. Elec .ons are planned, all mem >ers asked to come. There will be a Citizenshi Court at the Lethbridge court house with Judge V. A. Coons (residing. The IODE will present greet ing cards, and Dr. F. H. Msw >urn, QBE will be hostess chap ir. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigm Phi, will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Su 3arnes, 429 Z7 St. S. Mrs. Nita fiibbard will co hostess. Th evenings program "The Gar den" will be presented by Mrenefit to all our pre-school bildren, and we do not want dropped." "If as we were told, the rea- on for the discontinuation is wcause it is American, at leasl please consider keeping the how until a Canadian show o: 2 cups sifted flour 3 tablespoons white sugar Vi teaspoon salt teaspoons baking powder teaspoons soda 2 eggs 1V4 cups buttermilk 4 tablespoons melted shortenino, Dash of nutmeg and mace. Sift dry Ingredients. Beat eggs until light and add buttermilk. Add this mixture to dry ingredients and beat until smooth. Add melted shortening last. Cook on hot griddle. BUY SIIVERWOOD'S BUTTERMILK FROM YOUR HOME SERVICE SALESMAN OR AT YOUR FOOD STORE OUTNUMBER MEN HAVANA, Cuba (Reuter) Women outnumber men in H vana province, according to t first results of last year's cou trywide census, published in t official Cuban nevspape Granma. The reports said vana province's population w more than 2.3 million. Requests to continue equal value is ready for view ing." The fate of Sesame Street lies in the hands of the CRTC who are to announce shortly whether he neutral classification will re- main unchanged, and the pro- jram be retained, or if classifi ation will be changed to Amer- can, thus causing discontinua jon of the program. WOMEN'S LEAGUE JOHANNESBURG, South A rica (AP) An all-women' dart league has been formed a a suburban hotel. Team name include the Vultures, Eagle and Wildcats. Teen Clubs (girls 13-10) at; Agnes Davidson School on Mon-i day, 7-S p.m.; School on Wednesday, p.m. Because last week's pro- gram was cancelled this week's will be a sing-song with Jean, Boon. Blue Triangles (girls at the following schools: Tues- day, Agnes Davidson and West-; minster, 7-8 p.m.; Wednesday, St. Basil's and Kusie Bavrden, 7-8 p.m.: Thursday, Lakeview ted Galbraith. and: Senator Buchanan, p.m. Junior Gymnastics (girls j 8-12) at the following schools: j Allan Watson School. Tuesday. I 7-8 p.m.; Senator Buchanan, j Wednesday, 7-8 p.m.; Wilson Junior High School, Thursday, p.m. Creative Dancing Gym No. 2 of the Civic Centre, on Tues- day. Preschoolers, p.m.; 6-8 years, p.m. Synchronized Swimming Tuesday and Thursday, :30 p.m. Volleyball Hamilton Junior High School on Tuesday, ,m. English Room No. 3 ol the Civic Centre, Wednesday, 2-4 j p.m.; Nortliside Library, Wed-1 nesday, 2-4 p.m. Keep Fit and Swim Keep Fit at Senator Buchanan School >n Wednesday, 8-9 p.m. Civic Centre, Monday Keep 'it, 7-8 p.m. and 8-9 p.m.; Swim -9 p.m. and 9-10 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday morn- ings: Keep Fit a.m.; Swim a.m. Bridge will be held at the Residence on Wednesday, 2-4 xm. Yoga Monday night, and Civic Centre; Tuesday morning, and Civic Centre; Tuesday evening. Uni- versity; Wednesiay evening. Civic Centre; Thurs- day morning, Civic Centre: Thursday evening, University. Baby-siuing will be provided for all" day-lime classes. KIXKS CAR WELLINGTON