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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IEI-HMIDGE HERALD TuWday, May 29, 1973- ''Catamaran' helps lift oyster supply CHAIU.OTTKTOWN (CP> The Prince Edward Island fish- eries department has sorted a program designed to more than double ster production from Bcdeque by 1977. The mo-si important part of the project, scheduled to begin in June, i-- an unusual ves-sel being constructed at the Georgetown shipyard. It is actually two scallop boats joined in catamaran fash- ion to form a platform 20 feet by 100 feet. The vessel will mine and spread thousands of boxes of oysters and shell before the project in October Fisheries Mi n i s t e r Robert Campbell says tlie program should increase oyster produc- tion from Bedeque Bay to boxes by 1977 from the annual yield of increase is signficiant when one considers that Be- deque Bay now provides more than one half the total oyster production of P.E.I and one- third of the entire production of the Maritime says Mr. Campbell. Clyde MacKenzie, the depart- ment's oyster consultant, says the project should increase the number of oystermen working on the bay. About 180 men are employed at present r POOLS f> NOW AVA8LASLE in Lethbridge and Southern Aiberfa Put summer fun in your awn back yard Do-it-yourseif or have it built either way your Acorn Pool will give of fun in the sun FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT STANLEY'S DISTRIBUTORS Box 665, COALHURST, ALBERTA PHONE 323-3402 DEAR DORIS: I am so nervous when I come a room with people that I want to turn and run Sometimes I perspire all over; sometimes I begin to shake un- controllably There are times when I simply cannot eat any- thing without throwing it up, if there are people around 'eel 'ike slaying away from pet. 'e en'tnely because of these awful sensations My doctor gave me trpnquilizmg pills and they help a little, but do I have some sort of disease? BOY EIGHTEEN DEAR BOY EIGHTEEN. Believe K or no', many young people have one or other of and they go1 OVT it' In your case, though, the re- act IOPS sound more intense, and arc a vicious cir- cle. You Jrc so anxious about how you will react lo people that the I'self increases your nervousness My psvc'iia'ric consul t a n t think'; ho could trace these phobias of yours to early life; perhaps some specific situation or conihcts happened when you weie a lit lie boy, which so'd you firmly on the idea that you could not rcossibly measure jp to your fellows I am sending you privately the name of a psychiatrist who might get at the root of your trouble and start j permanent improvement. L ASC ON INDUSTRIES LTD. P.O. BOX 15 327- 3rd STREET S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-4850 FOR YOUR CHECK OUR DEAL BEFORE YOU BUY! SPECIAL DEAL! flyy of Se 1 ONLY! U Foot Boat Motor FISHING BOATS CAR TOP BOATS CANOES PLEASURE BOATS MERCURY MOTORS Mercury ONtY 1495 MAKE US YOUR COMPIETE MARINE ANO BOAT SUPPLIES HEADQUARTERS! Doris Clark Successful Do rxrf avoid being with peo- ple, because we live in a world ol people and happiness is being able lo socialize serenely or a good part of it is. DEAR DORIS: Tlie young mother who longs to go 'oack to school but has a year-old baby, could complete her education at home by con- t a c t i n g the correspondence courses branch, in her own pro- vincial department of educa- tion This menns she could stil! be righl where her baby is while she is studying I worked by correspondence while my chil- dren vwre pre-schoolers and siice my youngest child started grade one in September, T been at university work- ing on my B A. Grace. DITAR GRACE: You deserve a medal It takes eagerness as well as self-disci- pline and concentration to suc- ceed with courses. Your idea is a dandy, and I hope Uneducated i.s read- ing me DEAR DORIS' What am I to do? My hus- band's family live far from here, some west, some east, so when they pay a visit they stay at least overnight That's when my whole household suf- fers. It is hard enough laying in the food and keeping meals going, and still looking after my young ones, including a two-month-old baby boy It is the nights that are bad. You see. sometimes families from east and west meet here. They stay up talking until two a.m. Then sleep in until noon. I have to be up for the baby, then up early in the morning for everybody that is around. They drop tlieir candy wrap- pers on my floor, their paper hankies anywhere; criticize ma when I refuse my boys a snack or candy just before dinner. Our own routines are upset for a week and this is happening far too often. Just a Wreck. DEAR WRECK- A nursing mother needs her rest Growing children need their routines and controls Houses need organization. If necessary, get your doctor to talk to your husband who can then enlist his family's con- sideration. While they stay, switch your sleeping arrangements to give you and the baby the room farthest from the din and sim- ply walk out of the noise and to bed Explain thai you are a nursing mother under orders to get your rest Tell them to liava a good time And to hang with any critic- ism of your discipline or the way the looks while they stay1 Relax and accept anV help they may offer. DEAR DORIS. Two years ago, new bors built their home next to us. We were pleased, as families are far apart here, and we be- came good friends. Then things went wrong and we could be friends no more. At OhrisLnidS as we walked over wigh gifts, their dogs jumped on my new suit and clawed holes in the pants'. They said "It's your fault Their cimihen never udli ut> "Mr or They just use our last name No Longer Friends DEAR NO LONGER FRIENDS It is painful to lose a good friend But if t h e hostility is mutual and you feel the situa- lion can never be mended, you just have to accept it. Search your soul and see if there is anything you can Ie3rn about yourself from this exnen- ence. Could you have been tactfu1? Kinder? Less sensitive? Why not be the first to mend that torn friendship Addicss all questions bo Dwis Clark, 66 Rosedene Arc.. Ham- ikon, Ont. Check our Specials on RECONDITIONED BOATS ANNOUNCEMENT Gulf Servico now has a Mobile Tire Repair Truck In field and en the road tire New installations on Mobile chloride pumping and compressed air Experienced tire serviceman Winch and gin poles SERVICO CENTRE 3316 1st Ave. S. (across from the Stockyards) Open Daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone 328-9228 ;