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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Doris Clark 1973-THE 4.ETHBRIDQE 'Travel charts a good education' DEAR DORIS. I wonder if you happen to have any information about an International University which apparently is held aboard ship which goes to various places in the world and has students and also professors from all over the world. The course is for six months and I believe the ship leaves from somewhere in California Study At Sea. DEAR It is a floating college all right and an international one. The ship is the Sea a 90-foot yacht mann- ed by ex-students of the first United World the Atlantic College in Wales. Right now the Sea Star is on a mile around-the- world lasting about two and a. half years. The UWC brings together students from assorted nations and creeds. The ship was berthed at On- tario for six days and is now on the way to the West Indies and the Panama Canal then on and on' This one started off in Wales. If there is another such ship which leaves California and has a six- month's trip I hope a ONLY THE NAME HAS CHANGED Karpet Ranch Enterprises own- ed and operated by CLIFF HELM has assumed the business of Capri Carpets in Lethbridge and area and will be carrying on business as usual under the new name of KARPET RANCH ENTERPRISES LTD. 1518 3rd Ave S Phone 328-5051 reader will write in and tell us about it. Travel is a great way to learn about the world. DEAR I am a woman 39.1 have a wonderful relationship with a single man who has no desire to- marry at the present time but plans to marry me sometime in the future. At my age if I am to have any children at and I do love them so I must have them now. I would be so happy to have them without the benefit of marriage and money is no problem The only fly in the oint- ment is the stigma attach- ed to single women bearing children even when they are so much loved and wanted. Is this fair to the single A Child Loving Woman DEAR CHILD The stigma is not the only fly in the ointment. Every child needs two and that is why the institution of marriage has stood up for so long. we do not have children simply for our own and we should be keeping that in- nocent little party in mind. If a man in your age range is still undecided about marriage I question his sincerity. If he does come around to it even- there will still be opportunities for you to ex- press that pent-up love within you by adopting a child who needs a proper set-up m a two-parent home. DEAR A friend of mine has two SOUTHERN ALBERTA MAINE-ANJOU SALE Nov. 19 1 p.m. 100 FEMALES 5 Heifers by Capone and Bysantin. Born March and 1973. 40 bred Vi Blood Heifers. 30 Vt Blood calves. Listing includes Heifers out of beef or dairy type dams and by top Maine Anjou sires. WEST-CAN Chianina Sale Nov. S4e Time Ifun. 100 FEMALES LISTINGS INCLUDED 14 Bred Heifers 85 V4 Blood Heifer Calves SALES CONDUCTED AT PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Located In the Hub of Southern Alberta's Livestock Industry 3 Miles East of LeihbrMge on Highway 3 and South BOX 1057 LETHBRIDGE Please Phone AUCTIONEERS JOE PERLICH BOB BALOQ TONY PERLICH Lie. 010293 Lie. 067454 Lie. 010292 teen-age girls. The elder is pret- very studious. She helps with the never goes anywhere. The other one has her own way in everything. She is does not is not never wants to stay home with her she smokes. I am afraid the first one will develop an inferiority complex. Both are in less than two years brother and father died suddenly. This has greatly impressed the elder. A Friend DEAR Are you close enough to the mother to talk to her about this unfair If befriend the older and encourage her to' take part in social ac- tivities. I'm betting she'll be a fine person once she is helped out of her shell Both are showing inferiori- ty feelings in opposite ways DEAR I'd like to know if it is possible for a person to have a desire to be hurt in some way or by someone. I find myself trying to choose between two yet I know the one is com- pletely often hurts my feelings. I still go out with him. Mixed Up. DEAR MIXED we puzzling humans do deal in some of us do. It may mean we have guilt fe'elings which originated in or in unfair treatment we have dealt out to another friend in our past. But life is too short to in- dulge such an emotion. If you are asking me to help you chose between your two I can't to I can't even point out virtues and desirable when I don't know them. But I can send you a help- ful little leaflet I have en- titled Is If you read it over thoughtful- ly you'll perhaps get a little closer to your own decision. DERME MACHINE SMP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE A GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE CONSTRUCTION HEATERS HOME HEAT COMFORT ON THE JOB SITE B.T.U. B.T.U. B.T.U. CALL JOE PARSONS AT 328-6667 B.T.U. 2810 5th AVENUE NORTH I ;