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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Doris Clark Tuesday, October 2, 1973 LETHBRIDGE 13 Daughter's friend upsets Mom's escort DEAR DORIS: After being widowed for five years, I have been go- ing with a widower. My daughter has been going with a likeable but sloppy young man, and he makes himself at home here. But Bill, the man I now love, is up in the air about this boy. Bill thinks the boy sponges on me: and Bill then feels he (Bill) is interfering here. Actually, my girls really like him. We have spoken about marriage, but nothing definite. He is right about the boy being sloppy. But under all that coarse appearance I see quite a nice boy. He is quiet, does not drink ex- cessively or smoke, and works for his Dad during summer months. My daughter loves him. But both he and my daughter have a sort of idea that peo- ple really don't have to work unless they are happy at it all very different from what we older people believe in. I think enough of Bill to quit going with him for a while if my environment is too much for him, but I don't want anyone else to get him. I feel like a Complete Failure DEAR FAILURE: Usually the disapproving noises come from the younger generation to the older, when it is a question of mother marrying again. This time. Bill is looking at some seemingly careless young people, and perhaps forgetting about the love that exists between you and them. There is a compromise to be made here. It is no business right now of Bill's how your young peo- ple behave. I can't help thinking that with his pre- sent attitude he would make a dreadful botch of being a stepfather. A cooling off period wouldn't hurt. You could remind your young people that you would like to look forward to some happy companionable years wnen they will no longer be with you. Apparently they like your man: and sooner or later they both need to realize that, whether they like it or not. they will have to carry their own weight, financially and otherwise. DEAR DORIS: I'm the housekeeper who wrote you before. This time, my problem is a nurse. She has an 18- month-old son who wasn't toilet trained I wauled to I rain him. She insinuated that I to boss and lake over was only trying to lilt a heavy burden from her but .-'he in- sulted in-.' by saying. "I w'il d'v ''' DEAR HOUSEKEEPER: the mother who wanted to make her own decision about toilet-training her son. You are there to carry out her wishes and orders. It is not easy to adjust to the life in another person's home when you feel your ideas are better ones. Would you consider chang- ing your occupation? DEAR DORIS: Like many teen-agers. I have blemishes. However. problem is a little diiiercnt When I use j medicated soap or lotion, my skin flakes n nd becomes chapped. Then, when I use a moisturizer, my skin breaks out. Could you suggest any product to use, or anything that would help my skin" Chapped Skin. Don't use the medicated soap as often. It is suppos- ed to help dry the greasy skin, so that the outer layer will flake off. You see. a proportion of body wastes are discharg- ed through the skin, and a too-greasy complexion may cause clogged pores, which turn into blackheads, then pimples. The result is acne. The medication dries the skin. Scrubbing too hard or too often or with a medica- tion too strong can result in chapping. Don't be so energetic with your com- plexion brush. And. some of the time, just use warm water with a very mild soap. You need my leaflet on "Acne What To Do About It." Write in again, enclosing 20 cents and a large stamped, self- addressed envelope, and you are on your way to that clear-skinned look which we all want to have. DEAR DORIS: This is my 10th wedding anniversary and to my hus- band it is just another day. I would love to have him take me out for an evening any evening. Just a night away from the children, a chance to get dressed up a little. He says. "Why don't you suggest it instead of waiting for me to think about Doris. I want him to think of it. Sometimes in desperation I have suggested that we go somewhere but the pleasure is spoiled because his participation seems as though he is doing it as an obligation. Am I being Unreasonable0 DEAR UNREASONABLE: No. are not. A man who has gone to the trouble of courting and winning a girl ni'i'ds to devote1 tinie iti 'nit yOcii.-i ilia lollow to ktvping' in with he; V >t in comes home and his own livini, look-; good to him. lit uants to see and play with his children and it may be lu> hasn't the energy to the next half hour after dinner. One couple will set aside a night every week which belongs to them. They keep informed about the latest concerts or plays, or belong to a bridge club. If there is a set night, nobody has to be in the position of asking to be taken out. Another wife will quite happily initiate the evenings out. If Hubby seems lack-lustre, she iinds ways of ir.aking the evening into fun Communicate! 11 ilubby is tired, enct'iirage an after-dinner nao before gadding. And when an an- niversary comes up, give him a present. I'm betting he'll catch on. DEAR DORIS: I am doing my very best to lollow your food chart. I quit smoking cigarettes and not only because of tips but that they are it'', expensive now that the price has gone up. Most of rny friends have stopped alsc You sent me your Chart For Curves, but I rannot quu< ioliow how it is done to put weight on the hips. legs and bust. It is the ips and legs position I c n't follow exactly. Needing A Few Curvs. DEAR NEEDING: Congrats on quitting '.ne smokes! It takes deter- mination, but believe me, it will pay off. Any exercise that stretches and makes muscles stronger will h.'lp Did you ever ruw it us" sunu'iirfc eN .lo- ing j'' You iTiiph' try ,-nk- ing the same motions, without the boat Sit on 'he floor, tuck your toes finely under the edge of a sturdy piece of furniture: bend forward and grab im- aginary cars, pull them back, working against the resistance of the im- aginary water You'll get somehwere in rounding oul muscles and toning up tummy without leaving your own livingrooiu But be content to start with just a couple of pulls the first then two the second And so on. Address al! questions to Dons Clark, (iti Ave., Hamilton. Ont OPEN OCTOBER 5fh! Make HOYT'S your ONE-STOP FOR HUNTING SUPPLIES We are Hunting Headquarters for all Southern Alberta and feature one of the largest stocks to be found anywhere! MOSSBERG 500A 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN REMINGTON 870 AP 12 f AUGE SHOTGUN or 3" shells double slide action recoil pad Tang Safety. SPECIAL 93 .50 Famous Wingmaster Double Slide action Smooth operation. LOOK ONLY........ 95 .30 12 GAUGE SHOT SHELLS Imperial Remington Express Winchester Duck Load Box of 25 9.95 Special ........U SHOT SHELLS 16 Gauge CIL Imperial Long Range Box of 25 3 SHOT SHELLS 20 Gauge CIL Imperial Long Range. Box of 25 CIL CENTRE FIRE AMMUNITION -270 Boxot 20 only 5 .95 TAYLOR LIQUID FILLED QUALITY COMPASS From 2.95 SEE HOYT'S for Hard-to-Find Supplies Our Stock is great WINCHESTER 94 30-30 CARBINE The gun that won the West Hunting Special Only Name Brand scopes Hunting clothes Snow shoes Hunting knives Decoys Just Say "Charge It" Use iioyt's ov.r. Chat Plan O' ynur Open till 9 p.m. Thura. snd Fri. nights! Gunsmithing Hunting licences Pocket warmers Cleaning equipment Game calls Etc. BRITISH ARMS CO. FAMOUS ALPINE RIFLE 24 inch barrel Mauser 98 Action Hand checkerec stock Dulled and Tapped lor Scope in 30-06 or 7 mm Reming- ton Mnqnum Compare Oui Price against others 608 3rd S. Phone 327-5767 ;