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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LEiriBRlDGE HERAtD _ Monday, April 2, 1973 ATTEND WORKSHOP FORT MACLEOD (Special) Leo Bourassa, recreation direc- tor, and board members John Housenga and Kendall Little attended a workshop at Ed- monton. The district surround- ing Fort Macleod has become involved in the recreation board. Doris Clark P.O. res BOX 357 COUTTS HWY., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-9671 CUSTOM SEMEN COLLECTION, PROCESSING, FREEZING AND DISTRIBUTION Semen available for all breeds of cattle you to lour our facilities and view our bulls first ham} at our stud farm near lethbridge Successful living... DEAR DORIS: A friend of mine told me about the ingenious way in which her daughter went about finding herself a summer job. FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE 'DOES NOT SELL APPLIANCES' WE DO ALL REPAIRS Plus sell parts and accessories for electric lawn mowers, vacuum cleaners, washers, dryers, stoves, dishwashers, dryers, and we invite all of Southern Alberta to continue to visit at FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244-3rd AVE. S. JIM FAIRFIELD She was 16 and in grade 11. She wrote a straightforward, frank letter to several medium- sized lodges in summer resort country. She said she was look- ing for work for the entire sum- mer and that these were the her: 1. She was not experienced. 2. Mie could play a musical instrument. 3. She was a good baby sitter and enjoyed working with chil- dren. 4. She knew how to obey rules. This type of approach appar- ently appealed to a number of potential employers. She got five firm offers as a result. How about that? Job Seeking. DEAR JOB SEEKING: Now there was a girl with imagination as well as honesty and enough git-up-and-go to make a business of finding a job. She also started early. Students are you reading me? DEAR DORIS: I have a pal who Is so relax- ed he can walk away from a pile of work without a qualm. The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK HAS TAKEN OVER THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA MARKET WITH ITS BLANKET COVERAGE OF This is Where Your Advertising Will Reap You Solid Rewards! COPIES (Over Readers and Buyers) Your message is in a medium which is net a throw-away, not a piece of unsolicited direct mail but a newspaper that goes home with news that is essential to living in great Southern Alberta. Just Call 328-4411 Keep up with the BEST SELLER! SEE The Lethbridge Herald DISPLAY BOOTH at... AG-EXPO "The Herald Serves The South" He takes a winter holiday. Hw wife and he are always giving parties. I grew up on hard work and couldn't possibly leave work undone in order to do some- thing just for my own pleasure. But he laughs at me; tells me I never learned to play. What do you think? Grindstone. DEAR GRINDSTONE: I think a fellow who can find a happy medium is the lucky one. I hardly need point out we have no right to desert re- sponsibilities to the point of loading up someone else; but if we stay at a point of high ten' slon and worry over our work, we shorten our lives. Recreation and play are worth their weight in gold. H you really haven't learned how to play, start now to get some healthy balance your life. How long since you took your wife to a dance or show, or helped her throw a party? Find a hobby. Join a gym. Put a limit on your work hours and enjoy your week ends with dreamed-up expeditions. Get to know and enjoy your children. Relax'. DEAR DORK: Our house is up for taxes; I pay for nearly everytbJBg else. I do not go anywhere other than work until lately and I have joined a square dance group that meets one night a week for two hours. If I did not go there and forget about home for a while I think I would go up the wall, as my husband and I do not nave any communica- tion any more. If I say something we have an argument so I keep quiet. I can't ten my children or friends. I nave thought of leav- ing; he tells me be doesn't need me any more; but then I ttnnk of what people would say so here I stay. Just having written you and telling how I feel makes it a little easier, but I feel sick and DEAR DEAD: To heck with what people win say! But before you leave, try a few more arguments and win them. You aren't getting anywhere the way you are. If it is too much for you, get to a skilled counsellor for un- derstanding. Writing to me seems to have helped. You'll find ft win help twice as much to talk to someone who will talk it through with you, once yon get your nerve up for that first telephone caH. Fm sick of husbands who won't talk to their wives. Hus- bands! Why won't you? bear your side of it (Do yon have a problem? If so, Doris dark is available for heip and guidance. Write Doris Clark, G6 Rosedene Ave.. Ham- ilton, OnL, enclosing an eight- eent stainped seM addressed ;