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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, January It, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HEUAID 25 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDEHS: I leel sorry (or anyone who is so inhibited thai he can'l urinate in the presence of others, hut I'd gladly change troubles with the man who signed "Bashful Kidneys." My problem is jusl the opposite. I'm a woman. 33. and all my life I tave suffered from "Sug- geslible Kidneys." Whenever Tsee a water fountain, a picture of a liver or a lake, or hear Hie sour.d ol a dripping faucet, I have to head for the ladies room. It's gotten so bad lhal a joke about Niagara Falls is enough to set me off. I've seen a urologist, a kidney specialist, and a gvnecolo- psl. They ail say nolhing is wrong with me. thai it's psychological and I'll just have lo overcome it. But nobody tells me how. Any Station Connie DEAR CONNIE: It sounds as if the triggering mechanism is automatic which means you're going to have a hard lime changing ii. Try substituting contrasting mental images a desert scene, a camel palm tress, a blistering sen. miles of sand, better forget that one, it might suggest a drink of water. Well-eslablished behavioral patterns are difiicull lo alter, but it can be done wilh determination. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Mom's younger sister died a few monihs ago and we buried her in the famiiy plot. This dear aunt never married and never revealed her age. She looked very youthful and was so proud of her good looks. Last year this darling woman look a wonderful new job and gave her age as ten years younger than she actually was. Now the stoce cutter wants to krow what to put on the grave marker as the date of her birth. Whal should Mom say? One oi the problems is that Mom and her sister were ac- tually five years apart. If my rnom gives Ihe age my aunl claimed, Ihere will be. for all eternity, 15 years difference between them. Please, put your brains in our heads loday. Need An Answer DEAR NEED: Tell the stone cuber lo record only the dale of her death. It is not essential thai Ihe brilh date be on the marker. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Eanhsnakingz No. Ferpicong? Yes. tp do? Some friends moved into a new home. They have a bar with a Chinese motif. Toe host showed me a beautiful frame no picture in it. for his bur wall, he said. I offered lo paint a picture of a Chinese junk as a house gifl. I spent three weeks on the painting and presented it to him and his wife. Ke seemed to like it. but his wife's en- thusiasm seemed forced. TTTO weeks ago when we called on them Ihe picture was cowbere in sight. I'm sure it's in a closet My niece would love it Should I ask him if he'd mind taking the picture out of the frame and returning it to me? No hard feelings. .Art is a matter of taste Oakland DEAR OAK. If you don'; act hurt or angry he'd probably be pleased to do it also relieved. Addicts' babies suffer withdrawal NEW YORK (Heuter) Last one out of every 2? births. i colics in the blood of the unborn Babies who show miJd signs i n a n t produce Jong-term are left to fight it out on their, growth and development prob- own, without medication. The. lems. I rest are treated with the seda- i ''So we don't like to use nar- tive chloreromaane, which' colics to treat he i keeps (he babies in a light sleep said. son's findings on heroin versus methadone addiction in infants. Melhadone is a substitute which gives the user a longer "high" witiout the crashing "low-s" felt by those coming down from a dose of heroin. It I year at Jeast J.3OT babies were j bom in this city into a trap from which few full-grown I adults have tii: strength and re-1 I sources to escape. i Shortly after birth the i often premature, showed such between feedings. Such treat- j Early results show that "10 to allows users to carry on rela- signs as tremors, voiniting, I ment may last six to seven; 15 per cent show some type of! lively normal lives and more diarrhea, fever, breathing diffi- i weeks. j developmental difficulty, not re- j 'mrm of Zebon's mothers culties, extreme Other hospitals use paregoric, lated to the Zel-! are ujiBg jt sweating and an opium derivative, to stabilize son said. All children whose! Zeison said in an interview sentially the same symptoms as the condition. brainwaves were tested during: mat methadone babies show those of a junkie in a prison cell Yet Zeison believes that nar- sleep showed abnormal pat- more withdrawal and terns, he said. more severe signs than heroin Royal fashion designer spring-summer collection this bra sets for evening wear were show. Hardy Amies unveiled his veek in London. Culotte end the highlight cf the (AP Wirephofo) going without heroin. Tbe babies are, in faci, ad- dicts: day-old juniies hooked in the womb by the heroin in their mothers' blood. The signs are the outward manifestations of the horror of heroin withdrawal. Anolher sign, not shared by older junkies, is the eerie high- pitched cry of such children. COMPLETE STUDY Dr. Carl Zeison, professor of pediatrics at New Vork Medical College Metropolitan Hospital .Medical leagues Bottle drive by Hamilton Saturday The audio-visual class Of more concern were Zel-1 babies. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Centre, and two col- Hamilton Junior High School have recently corn- wili conduct a bottle drive Sat- j tbe Neiv spring styles fnwre provocative' _____ ______ pleted a 10-year study on problem. Metropolitan Hospital ideally located for such a study. It sits on the edse of East Har- lem. a black and Puerto Rican ghetto beset by crime, prcsa'hi- to help defray the a-! penses of a film production i is scheduled for May. Money from the collection of j materials that can be refunded i or recycled will be used to help I pay for "The Great March; J H I alendar of- local nappenincjl A meeting of the Wrirers' Workshop will be. held Sarjr- day at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Eva Dore. 1116 17th St. S. Members are to be present as there will be an e'.ec- tion of officers. The Lethbridee OJdiime Deuce Ciub will hold a dance S a i u r d a y at p.m. at As- sumption School. Kin and Ave. S. Everyorie welcome. young ar.d oid. Fox trot, c-rde tw'o ?.rd :ci Lhe Coia- try Couples Orehesra. The Mic-Tight Squares nil! bold a regular dance Friday at pm. in the Fort Macieod elementary school. Round dance practice at S p.m. Wom- en are asked to please bring a box lunch cups. .Anyone in- terested in square dancing wel- crrne. will be available ac Those members who enjoy playing the mouth organ are encouraged to bring ttieir inscrumeats. j The Ladies' Auxiliary to the j Fraternal Order of Eagles. No. 1100. will ho'.d a regular meet- ing t o n i g h I at 8 p.m. at the I h o m e of Evelyn Groves. 2012 i 7th Ave. S. Members of the Chinook Pen- sioners and Senior Citizens La- dies' Auxiliary, affiliated with the national and provincial pec- j sieners and senior citizens are asked to note the time change for the meeting, which will be held si 1 p.m. Friday, in Gym 2 of the civic centre. A potluck luncheon will precede the busi- ness mee.iig and bingo will be .All members are asked to The Le-ihbridge and District The Playgoers of Lethbridge Oldiur.ers' Penuaican Club will hold a general meeting for rooms. 5i St S..; old. new and prospective rnem- -rrill bs open from 9 to bers. Friday at S p.m. in the p -rii: be games Bowman .Art Centre. Plans will in :he in-xige. dancinc in the be made for Ihe Playgoers gold- Dorj room. Light refreshment en anniversary. I') i i '7 c '5 J 11 'c :------1 I x K c r s j-cturic re I MEASURE FOR QUAIITY BY THE YARD" I Specializing in Fabrics, Drapery, and Sewing Needs I Centre Village Mall Phone 326-4536 j LONDON (AP) HarcA Aimes. dressmaker by appoinl ment to Queen Elizabeth opened the spring summer couture season here this wesk with suggestion thai women be more provocative in their even- ing dress. Provoeedve to Amies means silk crepe de chine culottes anc bra cover up shirts for the chilly and sleeveless, waited chii- fons plunging generously to I the waist at the bust and the i back. Amies' boutique collection also feaiirred dark organzss printed, embroidered, smockec at tbe waist and frilled at the sleeve. I These less expensive dresses, starting at around KM. out- sparkled the couture creations at roughly double the price. The designer's evening cout- ure vras dlsappoinily old hat. There were black-of'f-the-shoul- der satins, spotted oi-ganzas acd taffetta. formal frills worn with last yesr'5 spots, and the tradi- lional ballgowns that demand bosoms and iron-srey hair. Amies i; one of orJv three BriiJsh c-X'iuriers still in busi- ness, and probably the health- iest. With him are Norman Harlnell. Ihe second royal de- signer, and the little known Ho-jse cf Laci-asre. SHOT IX THE ARM Amies' day wear, however. was a shot in the arm for cout ure. He showed simple, splendid- ly lailored shirtwaists and i blazers, hip-pleated dresses and jackets, suits and print blouses in navy and brown, brown and cream. His chalky pinks and blues looked better than last year's collection. The combinations of stripes and checks did. too. i Favorite materials were flan- nels and silks, fine gabardines and wool hopsacks. printed wools and silk-wool blend-3. With them, there were silky turbans in primary pinks, and big. big pearls Goats were cut slim and easy fo- city wear, ciien with ela- back pleats. B'-t cries of "05'. Lovely" drowned out The canned music ripinp over dsffodils when the desip.cr paraded his These were large and soft in pink and blue. and ?rcen checks. wrapped-.iround and belied, and woni printed dresses in similar but sharper shades. About 5S70 ior the coal and S515 for the dress. don. drug addiction and unem-' West." a class project film that ploymeat. will trace Ihe march of the In 1950. Metropolitan deliv- RCMP from Fort Duffrin, Man- ered 26 addicted babies, one out iloba lo Fort Whoop-up. The of births. In 1972. 70 class plans to travel and were born, but the ratio rose to the entire oriEhtal rwne. "Thai's Harriet's mother the cloy she pined the Marine Corps Thai was three years before ths women's branch wa; formed." I.HXGER LIFE LINZ. 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