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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, August 20, 1974 WOLFF AND SON IMPLEMENTS LIMITED P.O. Box 760 Phone 653-3252 CARDSTON, Alta. SUMMER SALE DAYS USED SWATHERS AND COMBINES MasseyNo. 34 16' S.P.SWATHER S2350 No. 103 15'S.P. SWATHERS S650 and Up No. 103 20' S.P. SWATHER No. 10 18' P.T. SWATHER No. 10 15'P.T. SWATHER S.P. COMBINE 1-No.BO MASSEY COMBINE Pickup Table M675 1-No. 90 MASSEY COMBINE Pickup Table 1-No. 92 MASSEY COMBINE with Pickup S25OO P.T. COMBINE 65 John Deere P.T. COMBINE M595 Doris Clark USED HAYING 2-No. 14T JOHN DEERE BALERS No. 530 FORD BALER M150 USED GRAIN AUGERS 1-36' Brandt 7" -37S.OO 1-34' Allied 6" 315.00 1K-34' Mayrath 6" with motor 349.OO Used Tractors 1 No. 30 Cockshutt Gas Motor overhauled LPTO 7SO.OO 1 No. 40 Cockshutt Diesel with LPTO (good) 750.OO 1 IHC W06 Runs good 630.OO NEW MACHINES 1-New 4000 Ford (Just Arrived) 1-No. 615 Ford 16' S. P. Swather 7" Grain Augers 41' Allied 7" Grain Augers 1-Hay Buster 1600A Stackeze 1-3000 Fox Forage Harvester "55 Years with Farm Implements" Mixed-up boy pursues identity DEAR DORIS: A teen-age boy drops in at any hour, follows me around; and he has started going in and out of the house while we are not there. My daughter has seen him reading our mail. He also comes by at mealtimes. My husband can't seem to speak to him about it. Shall I speak to his mother, even though she also drops in at awkward times? She comes over when I am writing stories, which I do on a part-time basis. I have thought of putting a note on the door, "Visitors not welcome except by but that seems the coward's way out. Too Much. DEAR TOO MUCH: Tackle the puppy-dog teen-ager yourself. Tell him you like him but that it is not good manners to just walk in on people at any old time. Suggest a particular time, perhaps while you are doing dishes just after dinner, when you'd be glad to see him. He must feel he has friendship and understanding in your home. And too much time on his hands! As for the mother, meet her at the door with the news that you are writing and that you keep working hours. This is a new idea to many housewives who are lonely. If you want to save her feelings, invite her for a specific evening. Then you will be able to explain that writing is work too, and that people have to be alone to concentrate on it properly. DEAR DORIS: Does your Collection of Six Old Favorites include the poem, The Shadows Lengthen? I am sending 25 cents for the Collection and would like to know how to get the other one if it is not one of them. Dora. DEAR DORA: My Collection of Six Old Favorites is on its way to you. It does not include The Shadows Lengthen and I am wondering if you are really referring to a poem at all. Could it be the prayer, which starts: Oh Lord, support us all the day long until the shadows lengthen We do have that; it is beautiful and well known. I am enclosing a copy of it anyway and anyone else may have one by writing in for it, enclosing 25 cents and a stamped, self- addressed envelope. DEAR DORIS: What a thrilling experience it must have been for vou to view the stupendous beauty and magnificence of the Grand Canyon from a helicopter, mentioned in your letter to me. How I admire you for your spirit and youthful energy in taking advantage of the opportunity today to experience such travels! If Wilma and I made one major mistake in our lifetime it surely was that we did not take a greater advantage of the opportunities we had to journey more while we could. Though, in all fairness, I must admit the fault was more mine I always said we would have the time and opportunity to do all these things later and here I am pretty well confined to sitting in my own special chair to read or watch the passing show! But there is nothing so futile as indulging in vain regrets. It is up to us to take whatever opportunities there are still left to us. Compensations. DEAR COMPENSATIONS: I'm glad we went too at a time when I thought I could ill spare the time. But it was thoroughly inspiring to view that mile- deep canyon, with its multi-colored multi-shaped rock walls. And I got caught up on my work somehow, later. I am printing your letter to catch the hearts and imaginations of any who are letting time slip without getting near their goals of fun and life- expanding enjoyment. DEAR DORIS: My husband is making a fool of himself. He is very fond of a woman who lives near here and often comes home very late at night. Tells me if I do not like it I can leave. If we did leave, would the Welfare help me buy a house? I cannot very well work until my kids grow up. My husband also tells me that we cannot be friends unless I go along with him, this woman and her husband as a foursome. When we do go he hangs around her all night and dances with her while I sit and watch. More Than I Can Take. DEAR MORE: You don't have to put up with it. Can you prove in court that your husband has committed adultery with this woman9 Or can you prove that he has been cruel to you? The judge might then order him to support you, he would certainly be responsible for support of his children until they are 16. To find out exactly what help you would receive, visit the local or regional office of your department of social services. I am sending you the address. The counsellor there will help you with important decisions. Address all questions to Doris Clark, 66 Rosedene Ave., Hamilton, Ont. SPIRITOFllONDON There's a new spirit at _ ssfis THE BRITISH CRUISE LINE ToMEXICO Departing Vancouver B.C. Oct. 15 1974 Fun That s what The Yacht to Mexico is all about She s a ship with everything to make a great vaca- tion A pool Sun and sport decks Movies Shows Restaurants Bars Nightclubs Includes stopovers in San Francisco. Puerto Vallarta Manzanillo. Acapulco and Mazatlan Return trip from San Francisco to Vancouver by Air included For further information and reservations contact A.M.A. TRAVEL 608 5th Ave. South, Lethbridge Phone 328-1181 or 328-7921 Office Open Monday thru Friday a.m. to S p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. Ample tree Customer Parking Call FALL CLEANING! AIR VAC 328-0286 Here's what we do: Entire duct system is sanitized, leaving a pleasant aroma Fan and motor are removed, cleaned and oiled Chimneys are inspected and cleaned, flues and heat exchanger are cleaned and checked, burners are cleaned and adjusted A PROPER CLEANING DOESN'T COST, IT PAYS! CALL AIR VAC A DIVISION OF NEUKO Sheet Metal Ltd. Complete Furnace Service Work and Repair 1811 2nd Avenue South Phone 328-0286 ;