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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THI LITHIKIDOI HHAID Jahirday, January family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON ALARM GOES OFF, you toss back the bed- clothes and crawl out to glue the household back together for another day. As the room spins and your tummy aches, you realize you've come down with the bug. "You look your spouse says comfort- ingly, and bravely tells you he'll manage "some- how." "Back to ted v.'ith he says, with a friend- ly little swat that sends you flying across the blankets. You don't even protest because it feels too good to be lying down. "Why do I never, ever have a pair of match- ing socks in my he suddenly bellows. Bravely you drag yourself down to the laundry and burrow around until you find two socks the same color, hopefully without holes. The fact the patterns are different is completely insignificant. As you sink gratefully between the sheets once again, a small son gallops through the door with a tray. On it you notice a glass of milk slopping over the edges and a piece of mangled toast generously slathered with jam, peanut butter and cheese. Carefully he plants it on the queasiest part of your anatomy. You manage a weak smile and a few words of thanks, and start to move it off your stomach. As you quietly plot how best to get rid of it, you tell him you'll "eat it later." It's not that easy. "I made it all by he says, "and I want to watch you eat it." "Is it good" he asks anxiously as he watches the first mouthful disappear. "Oh yes. Yes indeed it you say as you rush to the bathroom to lose everything. Back in bed you cock an ear for the next in- terruption and it's not long coming. "Mum where are my mitts? I left them in the oven to dry last night, and they're gone already." So that was the smelly black mess you'd scraped off the rack last night. Doesn't plastic make a mess when it melts? Once again you head for the laundry pile and rummage for a couple of mitts. By now you don't even care whether they're the same size or color, so long as there is one for each hand. Then you lie down and count the door slams, and after the last one you relax and drift off to sleep. "Mum, mum, MUM ARE YOU Why is it always necessary to wake a person up to see if she's asleep? Coming conscious with a jerk, you realize it must be noon already. There's lunch to be made, and piles of breakfast dishes spread all over the place. You zip out of bed in top gear, noticing in a detached sort of way that you're going to live after all. It's sheer self-defence, you decide. There really is such a thing as mind over matter! CAILYNE TROPICALS For but in tropical fish and all oquorium supplies and 907 7th Ave. S. Phono 327-5017 Women steal JOHANNESBURG, South Af- rica (AP) Judge 0. J. Coet- zee says his court has convicted at leak one person of shoplift- ing every day during the last two years and most have been white women. HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Ntedi Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effect! CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OK LEAVE AT 412 In AVE. 5. FROM THE INSIDE The large surgical theotre of St. Michael's Hospital emergency ward is well .equipped with both nurses and supplies, and can handle any major emergency. Practising her blood pressure technique on student nurse Julia Butcher, is grad nurse Erlcka Izsok. Dedicated sister aids rape victims DACCA (AP) Mother Ter- the nun who has helped Calcutta's poor, sick and dying for 44 years, has crossed the Bangladesh border to set up a home for girls made pregnant by being raped by Pakistani sol- diers. In the unused monastery she is converting for the home, TO HELP IN BANGLADESH Mother Teresa, famous for her charity work in India, IB setting up i home In Dccca, Bangladesh, to care for preg- nant girls who were raped by Pakistani soldiers, Hotter Teresa estimated Thors; day there may be up to rape victims expecting babies in the Dacca area alone. She said she has been told many others killed themselves or were killed by their captors Childhood Is special Picture it now in natural color. JENIA lOVb Monlhi Doughttr of MR. and MRS. I. YANICK LETHBRIDGE after the surrender to India on Dec. 1C. The Bangladesh government claims that tens of thousands of women and girls were raped during the nine-month seces- sionist rebellion in the former East Pakistan, many in the presence of sons or husbands. Thousands of the victims have since been rejected by their husbands. Because of traditional Moslem condemnation of a woman who has sexual relations with a man other than her husband, the sense of shame among the girls is great, Mother Teresa said. "We are ready to take she said of her institution In Old Dacca, "but so far only a hand- ful have come forward." The government has declared the girls heroines. More women transients EDMONTON of oar emust) an for tht research on bums, crippltd childnnt hospillls, ctrdiac centre. eitittni centres tnd issistinct for iht blind. NEXT DRAW FEE 14 (Earry Bonus Draw) Here's your entnee ro ivr'n j ytnd prtit o t second prin oft 15.000. 1 thira prill of 97.000 fourth prire of or 70 priies of 9100 mmch plus ua to in prins in each of 10 morm CAKLY BONUS DRAWS. Final Dnw May 24, 1372, fitly fit, 14