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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta mesday, uctober 1, 19.4 iHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Doris Clark Drinker lonely and full of remorse DEAR DORIS: I am doing a poorly paid job so I am forced to help out at a night club on week ends, which gets me drinking. What with the tranquillizers and sedatives my psychiatrist gives me, I become very depressed. Drinking is the only thing that helps, but the hangovers are terrible. The recent letter in your column from the woman who was living with someone who beat her reminded me of my -ex- common-law wife, whom I still love. Everything reminds me of her. But who wants a man with bad nerves? Please tell me how I can learn to control my think- ing and help my grown son, who lives with me. We eat the same old warmed-up casseroles and don't go anywhere Paranoid. DEAR PARANOID: You have considerable insight; but I am suspecting that you would like to blame your problems on other people, or circumstances beyond your control. You need help in facing the music about yourself; in starting the slow and painful process of taking hold and gaining some strength. If you treated your common-law wife badly, yet still care for her, it may not be too late to make amends; love is powerful, once you have learned self discipline. How can I warn you enough about the perils and pitfalls of drugs and alcohol7 Get back to your doctor; join A.A.! Make an effort to do something constructive. DEAR DORIS. At times I feel ignored and unwanted. Sometimes I'm near a group of some of my best friends and they don't even ask me to join them. Am I really that dull, or could this just be a pass- ing stage? In my last letter to you I was complaining about my lack of a first date. You may be glad to hear that I did manage one before I even got your reply. Looking Up? DEAR LOOKING Hurrah for the news about the date. Lovely things have a way of happening to young people, believe it or not! I don't think your friends are snubbing you. They just expect you to join in if you want to, and their main interest is in what they are talking about probably boys, or clothes. Take it for granted that it hasn't occurred to them you need an invitation. Your lack of confidence is showing. You got a date; see if you can't raise your self-rating a notch or two. RICHARDSON GOULD LTD. Vulcan Phone 485-2211 SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE 1-New 1974 4x4 Ton V8 Auto trans., power steering. 1973 23'Sodlfcpark Trailer At Special Reduced Price. Several 1973 Tras V8 auto, trans., 21 to 28 thousand miles. Real Nice. 118 4 WD Versatile Tractor LOTS OF USED CARS AND A FEW OLDER TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Richardson Gould Ltd. Vulcan Phone 485-2211 DEAR DORIS: Please send me your 25- cent leaflet How To Get Started In Writing. Also, can writers submit under a pen name? Some of what I wish to write about pertains to real life situations. So I would like to write anonymously. Stories On Paper. DEAR STORIES: You can be just as anonymous as you wish. You can write under a pen name, and if a publication accepts your material they will send you a cheque made out to that name. You endorse it with that name and that's legal too. The only time you cannot use a name that is not your own is to work something dishonest. But if you really plan to remain anonymous, be sure you change the names, situations and peo- ple so that they don't recognize themselves in your stories. DEAR DORIS: Please tell me if drinking tea will make anyone get fat? My self addressed, stamped envelope is enclosed. Tea Granny. DEAR GRANNY: There are no calories in tea. There are definitely calories heaps of them in sugar, also some in milk and a good many more in cream. If you are drinking your tea clear, don't worry about what anybody tells you about it making you fat. Do worry if you use even a teaspoonfifl of sugar watch it' DEAR DORIS: What should a woman do when her husband turns the family against her? I hear the mother of the kids tell- ing them to stop fighting, but she has to swear at them before they stop. Then the oldest tells her to shut up and the husband gets into the act and tells his wife to get out, that she is no good around here. And tell me, does such a husband have a right to snoop into his wife's belongings and steal her money? She tells me she has to hide her purse to have enough money to pay for things. She doesn't like to swear at the children but what else can she do, when she wants to get a little obedience? Neighbor With a Headache. DEAR NEIGHBOR: Swearing is not thought of as the ideal way of getting obedience! Nor does the ideal houshold contain a husband and father who helps himself to the family money. He is a burglar in his own house. DEAR DORIS- How old do I have to be to get an old age pension? Can I expect it to just come to me automatically? Do I have to be without funds? Fifty-Nine. DEAR FIFTY-NINE: When you turn 65 you will qualify for what is properly called "Old Age Security" This is a pension paid monthly to every Canadian citizen who can testify to residence in Canada for 40 years, or for the 10 years immediately before applying, or for other set periods, specified in the Act. You have to apply, getting a form from your nearest post office. You can qualify- whether you have funds or not. You can even receive the pension outside of Canada, once you have qualified. Address all questions to Doris Clark, 66 Rosedene Ave Hamilton, Ont. FOR SALI: 120 BLACK BALDIE and HEREFORD HEIFERS, bred TARENTAISE. Calve in Feb. KarlRatzbura Ledger, Montana-59456. Phone 406-627-3122 STAVELY AUCTION MARKET Cattle Sales start at 1 1 :00 a.m. EVERY WEDNESDAY Call Bob McNiin, Mgr. Phone 228-3777 STOCKERS FEEDERS FAT CATTLE Local and Eastern Buyers always present! Yearly held in conjunction with our Regular Wednesday M 11 a.m. Calf Qtatfttllf FRANK MclNENLY w. thereafter fa Oct OleWWy, aiuuut KAt n and Nov- coiMignod October nth. Horst A IK Art A PhOne 543-3810 Sat Oct 28th p.m. AIDBrUi Yearling Sales hsW in conjunction with our Regular Wednesday Sate at 11 am. Calf Sales Sterling Friday Oct 11th and every Fri. thereafter hi Oct and Nov. 500 consigned for October 11th. Horse Sale Sat Oct 26th 1410 p.m. Auctioneer ADMIRAL BETTER VALUE PV DESIGN Admiral Gas puts the accent on convenience and quality. Models G3W74, G3K74 and 62V74 offer Admiral's work-saving CLEAN-A-MATIC Continuous Oven (See Page Other outstanding features include: Dial-Temp ControHed Heat Top Burner (Model all flat-bottomed cookware automatic. Thermottat on burner temperature you dial. 3-PooHton Heat Control poaWen to and with in- finite range in between. Q3W74 -Cook and Keep" Automatic Thne Control then automatfcaHjr heat to keep food moW and hot G3K74, G3H74. G2V74, G2H74 and 3-Potttion Adjustable Swing-Out Broiler. All models available, standard ovens and Clean-o-matics. PETER'S HOME HARMONY TABER CENTRE Phone 223-4344 ;