The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 LETHBRIDOE HERALD Tuwday, January 22. 1974 Here are the The Lethbridge Herald "CHINOOK" Published Every Two Weeks MORE RURAL and Farm Households than ANY OTHER Similar Publication. contains a pleasant Bal- ance of interesting reading for everyone PLUS Informa- tive Advertising Messages. We Invite You to Place Your Advertising Message where it will be sure to reach the greatest number of and urban households. COPIES Delivered to Rural Southern Alberta LARGEST RURAL COVERAGE BY FAR Total Rural and Lethbridge City Circulation is Copies a Herald Sales Representative Now -and Place Your Advertisement In the Next Chinook! The LetHbridge Herald CHINOOK "Serves the South" Doris Clark Does science hurt faith? DEAR DORIS: I've been wondering recently if some of 'the increased interest in ESP, the occult, even witchcraft, is due to the fact that our science has done so much to destroy the faith of so many people, and that hosts of human beings no longer have belief in anything above and beyond themselves and their little corrupt world. These popular mysteries are acceptable to the peer group and do provide something to at least look up to a little bit. Thoughts DEAR THOUGHTS: Yes, I do think that a superficial study of science has done a lot to destroy the faith of people. The wonder to me is that so many fail to look behind the scientific concept to realize that there still had to be a very superior being planning the things that science uncovers. As far as I am concerned, we need faith, and Jesus Christ was a historical (not fictional) person of great integrity, who lived, died, and ac- cording to the witness of many people, rose again. He was a tremendous leader and an excellent argument for the idea that we live on after the death of this body. DEAR DORIS: Having lived with my wife for thirty years, I hesitate to put my beef down on paper. I love her. However, that doesn't keep things from hurting, sometimes. On a recent trip, I neglected to make a hotel reservation at the place she wanted to stay, early enough. As a result, we stayed in a motel which was not quite as convenient, from the point of view of shopping and so on. My wife was so annoyed that our time was com- pletely tension-wrought. I simply couldn't do anything to please her. It is odd how love provides such fertile soil for feelings of hurt and some resentment. I dare say this is a statement you frequently find cor- respondents making. It seems such a universal reaction, but kinda puzzl- ing too. Puzzled Husband. DEAR PUZZLED: It seems we take out our feelings good or bad on the people we care most about. Why? 'Because we are sure of them. We know that they will keep on loving us even if we blast them. If we were to take out our anger on the boss, we might get fired; showing temper to a neighbor might cause a neighborhood ruckus. So your wife is in- convenienced, you seem to be the culprit, and she takes it out on you. She forgets that all of us are imperfect, have our hang-ups, and we still struggle along. But if we can continue to make love important enough to try go- ing one hundred per cent all the time, and if our partner in life does the same, we manage. We have to try to keep the hurts and resentments from overbalancing the good things. Aphid Ouster ME1A SYSTOK-R insecticide When late-appearing or migrating aphids move into your potato fields, give them a smack in thar suckers withMETASYSTOX-R insecticide Quick cleanup Absorbed into sap stream through leaves Systemic activity provides longer control Controls aphids resistant to chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides For economical, effective control of aphids, spray with METASYSTOX-R Spray Concentrate Order from your supplier now RESPONSEttnlity to you and nttun. CHEMAGRO LIMITED 77 Cily Centre Drive Mississauga Ontario VV 9"