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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LBTHMIDGE HERALD Tutjday, January 23, STOP TO REPAIR Hamburger When repairing farm mach- Hamburger is expected to Inery. stop it, before working amount to 50 per cent of the on it. meat products by LfOTlS BOOK NOW! For your HOLIDAY FLIGHT to EUROPE AMA WORLD TRAVEL Your agents for Ihe following tour operator! in Europe Global Cooks 0 Trafalgar Frames American Express Fourways Horizon Southdown 1 Book ysur tour early to avoid disappointment 'A M.A. WORLD TRAVEL is appointed Agent for all MAJOR AIRLINES and STEAMSHIPS 'Tcr the Sesl in Travel ALL-WAYS" Call or Visit A.M.A. World Travel Service 608 5th Ave. 5. Phone 328-7921 or 328-1181 All enquiries Office opwi Monday (hra Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ample free parking at rear of building DEAR DORIS: I have received from the par- ents the announcement oi their sort's wedding. The parents and I are long-lime friends but the son I have met only once when he about 18 and he is 27. Do I acknowledge this to the parents or to the son? By card of congratulations, or a gift? What's Proper? DEAB WHAT'S: It is only when you get in- vited to the wedding, and go, that a gift is the risht thing to do. But a no'.e oi and good wishes to the groom would make him [eel good. He doubtless feels he timrs you, ar.d also doubtless wants an acknowledgement of his new status by the close friends of his pareats- DEAR DORIS: How do you get a mentally disturbed adult committed? This man is really sick. He won't go to a doctor. My moth- er will not nave him taken for- cibly. N. F. DEAR X. F.: It is a tough situation. An adult cannot be forced to see a doctor, nor committed against his wiil unless he becomes violent and a physical threat to those annual him. If he d.Tes. the police ought to be called. Thev will have him MEMORIALS By MASTER CRAFTSMEN Featuring IMPERIAL BLACK GRANITE Also Balmoral Red and Oxford Grey Granite Larqest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL It TILE WORKS LIMITED 325 8th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3920 W vH SI Successful living... examined by psychiatrists; who have the auihccity to com- mit him to a menial if they decide on this course. But there are Crisis Interven- tion programs in many hospi- tals sometimes under other names operating on a 24- hour basis. A disturbed person will often consent to consulting such a centre when he will not see a doctor. They also have psychiatrists at the ready. Hunt around: get your moth- er to visit the or your family docior. Some subtle persuasion may be needed, but these are the knowledgeable people who can give your moth- er me guidasce and practical support she needs in doing what must be done. DEAR DORIS: I spent weeks away as I was a travelling trouble shooter. Re- Lentiy ws moved in with my wife's wic'-o'wed mother, but had plans to move to ray new per- manent location. Having a built-in baby-silter, my wife took to going out "with the girls where she visiting the cocktail lounges, re- moving her ring. I came home unexpectedly once and waited until two in the morning, when she drove up in a car driven by a younger man. Doris, it is hard to describe this feelins of anger and being cheated on. She still considers herself innocent, yet I have found her stories to be false. She has made attempts to soothe everything. In fact, she has become the person she originally was. However, she does not want to move, and I have lost confidence in her. I do love my two boys. How couid we live together as we did before? Please send anr literature that may correct my wife's atti- tude. Incoherent. DEAR INCOHERENT: You are coherent enough. way I read it. she missed your companionship, yielded to the temptation of casual pub crawl- ing with her working pals. And one thing led to another. I'm no; too keen on your phrase: ''correct my wife's atti- tude." It takes two to make a marriage: and long weeks spirt cut down your chances of getting to know esch other, of making your love grow. I ex- pect she has her moments of resenting havir.g 10 raise and alcr.e. If she hss "become her for- mer self." then vath that self, making to move to the r.e-.v v-here you can be bccr.e alter- native is is My pareTs fo-j-zbt DEAR DORIS: I married at 19 more to cet away from this unhappy home than because I was in lore. I wasn't. I mlci my husband I didn't love but he war ted me anyway, saying he couldn't live wi'unou: me, that he would kill hi-TLself. ALyv.av Y-P had had and f tiiouzh: it was ray duty to marry iiim. We had a fe'-v months of happiness. But be never understood me or tried to. Never put his arm around me or even called me I kept how I felt to myself. He lied to me about money and in many ways I lost con- fidence in him. My father thought I was too hard- on him 50 I stuck. Besides, the children did not want us to up. Now I want out. I am near breakdown: hare told his par- ents and mine something about it all but they show only sur- prise. No help. He tries harder to please me but changes moote so fast it gives me a headache. Is it right to break up a home for what seem to be selfish rea- sons? Rocky Marriage. DEAR ROCKY: It sounds all bad. Can it be? There are times when home at- mosphere is so freezing cold that it chills all personalities and is far worse for children or adults than separation. The first mistake was marry- ing someone without love. And his kind of love seems terribly immature and un-giving. Yet I cannot make your decision to quit. A consultation with a so- cial worker whose job is family relations could sort things out and help you decide whether there slight yet be DEAR DORIS: Emotional instability runs in our family on my mother's side. My sister, my mother, were much disturbed through meno- pause, and now my cousin is driving the rest of us nuts, since be came to live with us. He and my mother have "moods" and quarrels. The worst thing is that these arguments are upsetting my fa- ther. who has a serious heart condition. But my parents feel they must take care of John who loses one job after another, because there is always some- thing that is m airing him in> bappy. Is it o'jr responsibility to get help for him? He has a brother and sister in another city. If anything is done, the person who will do it win most liiely be me. But I don't want to throw him out of the boose for- cibly. In A Jam. DEAR JAM: I can't see bousing such a guest, since you have the health 01 your parents [0 think of. John should be helped to find a room or apartment of his cr.vr.: ar.d his brother aad sis- ter should see their obligation to take him off your hsnds by suhsMirlrt! tern at the F.ight r-o-.i you could cs'l a co> v.ith everybody present, to te'J it like it is. M 11 c h depends en haw he is; and part of The job will be to cot psychiatric assessment. You need to if h? is more lazy than unbal- anced: ar.d whether he will rise to meet ihe challenge of carry- ing himself. fFor 2fl persons concerned acne, whatever sex or see. ny ''Acne wha: to do about it" can be helpful. Wnte for it. Doris Clark. 66 Rosedcoe Are.. Hamilton, Out, enclos- ing 2fl cc-its for the leaflet and aa eight-cent-stamped ad- dressed ;