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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 I HE LElHBRIDGE Tuesday, April 17, 1979. IN STOCK NOW 10 SPEED BICYCLES BERT MACS CYCLE "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE All bicycles ora properly assembled, sef up and equipped with a kick stand and serviced with a 90-day free adjustment policy and a 6 month parts and labor warranty. From Japan APOLLOS BRC's ELIMINATORS SEKINES MONSHEES AS LOW AS 39.95 From Canada CCM 1 's AS LOW AS I From France PEUGEOTS MOTOBECENE AS LOW AS From England RALEIGH Prix DAWES FALCONS AS LOW AS 1 19.95 From Italy BOTTECHIA O BRITAITTE AS LOW AS 129.95 See Us Also For Fold-Up Bicycles Unicycles Bicycles Built for Two Bike Exercisers Come In and Seo "FLASHY" The all new adult 3-wheeJ bicycle, 5 speed and large carrier. FLASHY SAYS: "No one is too old to ride a bicycle" OVER 700 Adult Bicycles in stock in- cluding 3, 5, 10 and 15 speed. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. Your complete bike headquarters in S Alberta 913 3rd Ave. S Phone 327-3221 Closed Monday Cpcn Daily 8.00 o m to 5.30 p m. Thursday end Friday a.m. 9.00 p m. Doris Clark DEAR DORIS: I am getting a legal separa- tion from my husband, who is constantly unfaithful to me. What I'd like to know is what can be done about impersona- tion. I have just found out that his girl friend, travels with him on his job, is signed in at hotels under my name. She even dresses like me and wears a wig which is like my hair. Since this woman is a pros- titute it is a disgrace to me. People who have never aiet me will think I am like her. Can I take her to court for this? Indignant. DEAR INDIGNANT: My legal adviser points out there is no question of divorce or alienation of affection, since you and your husband have al- ready agreed to separate. Impersonation is usually for a business purpose where a per- son is dodging their own debts or trying to obtain something which belongs to someone else. In your case, it is possible that action could be taken in court to sue such a but there is some question as to what amount of damages could be assigned to you. Bringing the whole thing out into the open for the purpose of expos- ing the other woman could do you nothing but harm. The peo- ple who know you know that you are not a loose woman; yet you will be talked about. It is far more precious tc you to retain your privacy, believe me! DEAR DORIS: There was a letter signed "Fed Up." She says her husband has a good job but all he gives her is a month. Out of that she buys her smokes and that's about all. --ALBERTA Successful living... Dear Doris, why didn't you tell Ms '-Fed Up" lady to quit smoking and use this for food and clothing? I know won't go very far these days but it would be more sensible spent on her children than to buy smokes! What good does it do her to smoke? It's money burned. That's why there are so many divorces. I am sure the smok- ing has a lot to do with it. The husband works and the wife bums his earnings. Big deal! Sure, she has a right to share whatever her husband has but he likely thinks that the more money he gives her the more she'll spend on this very bad habit, smoking. I would feel sorry for my children if I used the S10 for smokes instead of food for my family. Farmer's Wife. DEAR WIFE- Smoking means different things to different people. With Fed Up, a cigarette may rep- resent a self-indulgence which is her substitute for the love and consideration she does not get. I hate to see anyone in slavery to the but only for health reasons. Would you begrude her a spending allowance for cosmet- ics, a hairdo, or similar morale- builder? What these two need is a whole nev.- deal in. sharing the wealth. The lady's smoking problem is something else again! t DEAR DORIS: My throws as much food in the garbage as would feed a family of four. When she shops her husband gives her a signed blank cheque and she fills in what she needs. Now the storek e c p c r s are asking m-e to do. It seems she owes large amounts but they don't think she would even show him a statement if they sent one. They know he is hon- est. She is erratic and he lets her FOREKdST 867-3982 857-3550 HoiiU FREE ESTIMATES do like they did in her home when it comes to shopping. He does not want to quarrel with her. Should I tell him about these bills? IVSa-In-Law. DEAR MA-IN-LAW: Keep out of it. This is his business, and hers, Mid should never have been confided to you. This is one of the times when in laws have to stay strictly hands off! Tell the storekeepers to discuss the whole thing with your pronto! If he doesn't know now, he will find out when they get in debt up to the neck and really go broke. DEAR DORIS: I would like to say something in regard to the 18-year-old boy masturbates. I married a man that had been practising this in his teens and he never stopped after marriage either. unhappy marriage. So please, young man, don't ruin your life. Keep your body pure and it will pay off. Susis. DEAR SUSIE: My consulting psychiatrist considers the practice normal for most 18-year-cIds noth- ing more to criticize about it than, for instance, eating pea- nuts. Tennis or swimming are not necessarily more mature- only different. He does suggest a possible reason for your husband's con- tinuing to do this in your case: an unsatisfactory sexual adjust- ment between you. Want me w send you my list of recom- mended reading on "Sex and Birth Sex is an important part of self expression in marriage. Study it: study your own part in it; and bring the whole thing out into the open with your mate. Address all questions to Doris Clark. 66 Rosedene Ave., Ham- ilton, Ont. Scientists seeking rust switch Somewhere in the complicat- ed chemical world of wheat rust, there's a switch that will shut down rust production. And two Agriculture Canada scientists are looking for tha switch. They are Drs. Roland Roh- ringer and W. K. Kim of the Winnipeg Research Station. Scientists believe that rust- resistant wheats work because they push the chemical switch that turns ofl rust production. If they can find that chemi- cal switch, it would be a major breakthrough which could change the entire wheat pro- duction system in Canada. TOWN AND COUNTRY MEMORIALS LTD. T. E. (Ed) CHURCH Mr. Arthur Waldner, President of Town and Country Memorials Ltd., would like to announce 1hs appointment of Mr. T. E. (Ed) Church as Southern Alberfa Sales Representative. This appointment is part of the expansion of and Country Memorials Ltd., an Alberta com- pany renowned for distinctive granite and morble monuments. The company is well known for the "Shape Carve" designs and its high qualify of guaranteed workmanship. Ed ccn be reached at Box 101, Lethbridge or phone collect 328-6331 at no obliga- tion. We have changed hands at HANS MACHINE SHOP New Owner, BYRON LOW Announces continued service under the name of MACHINE and TOOL HY-QUALITY LO-PR1CE PRECISION MACHINERY REPAIRS TOOLS AND DIES WELDING Specials RESURFACE AND UP 10% DISCOUNT ON LABOR DURING AFR5L 1276 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3464 ;