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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Tuesday, April Doris Clark Cigarette box collector wants chair DEAR DORIS: I have cigarette packages, to be used to get a wheelchair, but now I find I can't acquire the address to send them away. Friends and relatives have saved these packages for me for nearly a year and 1 would like to know if you could get me the address. Would Be Most Pleased DEAR WOULD-BE: Well so would I if a TRY OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT FOR SPECIAL BmvE LIMITED I r, DEAL SPRING TUNE UP SPECIAL Replace Spark Plugs. Points Condenser, P.C.V. Valve, Check Compression, Check Oil Pressure, Check Plug Wires and Distributor Cap. Scope-Motor. Set Ignition Timing and Set Up Carburetor LOW LOW PRICE (8 cylinder) PLUS (6 cylinder! FORD LIFETIME GUARANTEED SHOCK ABSORBER SPECIAL FORDLIFETIM PER PAIR INSTALLED HEAVY DUTY Pricei apply to most cara and light trucks. ma (TABER) Come in. take advantage ot these low prices! Come in and meet our new service staff! "Wa Milan batter and act" Call lor Appointment today Phil Cnven, Strvice Minagtr 223-3537 reader who knows would tell us. Sounds like quite a deal. Was it one particular cigarette company, or would any old cigarette package do9 Better give me more details DEAR DORIS: What do we do about a boy of 10 who still insists on having his mother sit with him and pal him to sleep every night? He is in good health, gets good marks at school and at sports. Yet when his mother tucks him in and tries to leave, he coaxes and says "I can't sleep." until she sits patiently on the bed and pats him. He has never been unkindly disciplined; has never heard his mother and father quarrel. In most ways, he gets what he wants. Puzzled. DEAR PUZZLED: I couldn't say. from here. He may be so accustomed to having his own way that he merely hangs on to this pleasant method of being lulled to sleep. On the other hand, there are good- natured children who bottle up deep-seated worries and crave the comfort of human company tor reassurance, well into their teens. A child care counsellor needs to help the mother in sorting this out. One interview might do it. and We Stock Exchange ICar and Truck Motors! We can CUSTOM REBUILD Your Own Motor CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING CYLINDER REBORING CYLINDER HEAD RECONDITIONING For complete details contact: BAALIM WHOLESALE LTD. 205 10th Street South Phone or the GARAGE or SERVICE STATION NEAREST YOU! if the boy needs to unload, this will become evident. DEAR DORIS: In our city we have just recently seen advertised topless dancers. To me this is not the best kind of entertainment. For example, my sister- in-law was raised by a family with no moral principles. At 15 she got pregnant and her mother kept the child. One year later she got married, had another child, got V.D. and a divorce. She lived with one man and then some others; talked about sex in front of the children just as if she was telling them a bedtime story. Recently she turned violent and her husband look her to a psychiatrist. I think her main trouble was that all along she was trying to impress her lather, who never did like her. I like my sister-in-law and wish that more parents would realize the way they can hurt their children. She now has a really loving husband and with the help of the psychiatrist may lind herself again. No Name. DEAR NO NAME: Even as a child your sister-in-law had no rules to go by, did she? And when we lose moral standards it can make for chaos and tragedy. In her case the tragedy is bound to affect her children. I do hope that the present husband is a strong character who can help her get back on the rails. DEAR DORIS: About 18 months ago a young couple with two little girls moved into our district. At this time we had sorrow in our family so neither us nor any other neighbor gave a welcoming party. Now I feel we'd like to do something. Would it be a Very Welcome Party? Should I torgct it? For some reason 1 teel guilty every time 1 see them. Doubtful. DEAR DOUBTFUL: Any excuse for sociability suits me and will suit them! Why not have a private talk with them, explaining how things were when they arrived and that you want to get a few folks together now1' Why call it a Welcome Party? Just a party, because you like them and are glad to have them around It will make a .richer friendship for all of vou. DEAR DORIS: 1 have a heavy malodorous perspiration problem. Wherever I go, people will try to avoid me. I realize that inferiority is slowly developing in me, and I find that I begin to resent people. Could you suggest any medication? If not. what kind of attitude should I live for the rest of my life? The Depressed DEAR DEPRESSED: B.O. can ruin clothes, careers, dispositions, Iriendships. And the victim may not even know about it. It has so many causes! Outer accumulations of perspiration or inner bodily malfunctions, to name a couple. Your doctor can tell you more. A daily bath might be the answer in one case: in another, frequent washing of underclothing, fequent trips to the cleaner's, for suits and woolens that will not wash successfully. I'm sending you the name of a good deodorant; but there are several fine brands, one working better than another, depending on individual chemistry. Don't resent people. Tackle your problem. Lacking results, see your doctor. DEAR DORIS: I am divorced and remarried. My husband has made my daughter and me very happy. She is like his own child She plans to be married soon, and we are wondering who should give the bride away. My daughter does not want to hurt either her father or her stepfather. Wondering. DEAR WONDERING: Your daughter's real father is entitled to give her away, not her stepfather. There is no graceful way for both of them to participate in the ceremony. Since there is no animosity involved, I'm sure your husband will understand and accept the situation. DEAR DORIS: I wonder if you could help me. I have a lot of gas alter I eat. If you could tell me what to eat and what not to eat I would be obliged to you. Gassy. DEAR GASSY: Did you" know that most of us swallow at least a little air as we eat and talk? Many swallow a great deal; then it comes back to their embarrassment. Address all questions to Doris Clark. 66 Rosedene Ave.. Hamilton, Ont. Canadian Genetics (Leth.) Ltd. Specialists in custom collection and distribution. Semen avail- able from any bull of any breed. Full line of A.I. equipment at prices everyone can afford. PINZGAUER TYROL Sired FIRST PUREBRED PINZGAUER CALF in North America. Born: April Present weight: CSA No. Bello Calving Data Number of calves: 270 Live at birth: 98.9 Born unassisted: 97.9 Average Birth Rate 83, Females 72 Tyrol proven to be an eaay calv- ing bull and progeny are vigorous and rapidly growing. BOX 1103 Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 329-3212 3A Mile South of McNally School ;