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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Tuesday, February 20, 1973 JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. Is! Avenue, 32nd St. South on Hiway No. 3 Going East Phone 328-0166 or 328-0181 ISiilllllllllflllllllllillili Doris Clark Successful I iving nniiiiiiiiiiiiiii My husband's widowed mother expects him to run to her aid whenever they want him And he does just that. As a result he works very hard and we do not even have a Sunday off. He seems put out if he has to take the children to Scouts or me to the dentist. The mother and daughter are trying to run their farm by themselves but are well off and could retire; but all they think of is work and make money. Now we have hsd a row. I packed my bags but the children were so hurt; they said all they wanted was for Mum and Dad to be together. He says I can go but the children stay. He has clearly shown he will stick by his mother against me but admits they could not bring the children up or do as well as I do with them. I could not support them alone. I need outside help. Frantic. DEAR FRANTIC: Outside help is right. You cannot see the forest for the trees. These farm women feel they have a mortgage on the son and brother - your husband. And he is so used to their domination and hard luck appeals he thinks they have too. They are reacting harshly to life - so much so that they cannot have a happy, relationship with any interloper - namely you! So the children get the brunt of it all. For moral courage to either claim your husband or to set up separately for the sake of your children, consult your case-working agency.    DEAR DORIS: My problem is no so much wrinkles as deep crepey circles under my eyes and a general sagging of my inner cheeks, making the pores beside my ������������ ......i nose appear large and leaving a hollowness on my cheek giving the appearance of a long sad face. The advice in your column seems so sensible, that I thought perhaps you could help me. I am wondering if your exercises for wrinkles would help. Or corrective surgery, or cosmetics. I am 30 years old. I first noticed my face sagging about three years ago when I lost a few pounds with the flu. I regained the weight, but not' on my face. I don't mind growing older, but I don't want to be ugly. I see'women much older than I am that don't have this probl-lem. Withered. DEAR WITHERED: At 30 you should not be sagging. I question your nutrition, your habits of rest and exercise. Circles under eyes may indicate such deficiencies. Then there are tensions which produce wrinkles - even sad faces! The large pores are a separate problem, and I am sending you names 'of recommended medicated cosmetics to deal with them. First on the program should be a complete physical checkup by your doctor. Then do what he tells you. I am sending a copy of Canada's Food Rules to help with the nutrition part.    DEAR DORIS: Could you tell me if it would be illegal for a single man to dress in women's clothing and travel in public? Simply for his own pleasure; not impersonating anyone. N.O.M. DEAR N.O.M.: Just as long as he is not deliberately masquerading to de- STEAM CLEANING by Reliable Carpet Care REVOLUTIONARY DEEP CLEANING PROCESS FOR ALL RUGS, BROADLOOM, FURNITURE Safe - Gentle - Efficient - Thorough Bonded - Guaranteed - Insured FREE ESTIMATES SERVING LETHBRIDGE AND AREA PHONE 327-4493 OTHER SERVICES ALSO AVAILABLE fraud or fool someone, a person may dress as he pleases. But if he carries the deception too far -such as allowing a man to become engaged to him (thinking him a girl) then a lawyer might well be brought in on the case. There are transvestites, you know - men who have an obsession, an overpowering urge, to dress as women. Some of them are married; and the letters from their wives are pitifully disillusioned, to say the Jeast. (For all persons concerned with acne, whatever sex or age, my leaflet "Acne - what to do about it" can be helpful. Write for It, Doris Clark, 66 Rosedene Ave., Hamilton, Out., enclosing 20 cents for the leaflet and an eight-cent-stamped self - addressed envelope). Other side Continued from Page 2 be really messed up without some attempt by the university to introduce him to other students with similar problems and thoughts," says John. Don Thompson agrees: "There weren't even any signs to tell me where to get my damn room key when I came here the first time. "There are two things you can do in this town. You can go to the movies or you can get drunk," he says. Transportation for students without cars, and the separation of the university campus from the city by the Oldiraan River, are two other problems facing students. "If ypu want to do something after seven o'clock, you've either got to know somebody with a car or adjust everything around the bus schedule," John says. "If we get hungry, food services here close at six o'clock. The town (restaurants) won't even deliver out," Jennifer adds. Both Don and Jennifer think the university has failed to make residents of Lethbridge accept the institution as part of their community. "A university is foreign to the people who live down here. A lot of students don't think of themselves as living in Lethbridge, either. "They don't live in Lethbridge, they live in this funny building on the other side of the coulee. You can't feci yourself that you're going to draw on the immediate corannunity in a situation like that," says Don. TRACTOR BATTERY SPECIAL' 10% OFF OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE ON ALL DIESEL BATTERIES FROM MAR. 1 TO APRIL 30, 1973 Will you need Batteries? ACT NOW! LETHBRIDGE BATTERY COMPANY 217 12th ST. B S. LETHBRIDGE BEAT THE HIGH COST OF MEAT SIDES of BEEF 230-260-lb. avg. lb. FRONTS of BEEF 120-150-!b. avg. lb HINDS Q CC of BEEF 120-150-lb. avg. lb. 10c lb. cut and wrapped to your specifications 71 57 85 ranchland meats WESTMINSTER PLAZA, 13th St. and 5th Ave. N. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;