Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
6 1HE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Tuesday, October 17, 1973_______________ Post harvest horticulture Pnsthjirvest horticulture ts The physiological, biochemical, ami quality-control aspects of handling, storing, transporting, processing, and marketing of horticultural precincts after harvest; including processing and preservation techniques such as canning, freezing, freeze-dry ing, dehydration, ir- ridiation, and controlled atmos- phere storage Doris Clark 1973 YAMAHA 10 WAYS "SAFER" AI YAMAHA we're CMKainud aftoM TR.H'3 why we YAMAHA 10 wnys setet. Tc rnanc fot yc-j .idrt yosir ir- SPP linft fi> TIO-- fn-HnKij vans lo-al "iAV-iiiA ri I'BI, YAMAHA O SKOWMOfilLKS QUICK OUST OUAUTV FOR 73S Cycle Safes Service New Location--1519-3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-6977 Successful living Doris Clark has been active in the field of human rela- tions for 25 years. She has broad experience in social work and car cor pi anning, has been helping people with personal problems for years. te t o her about your special concern, sending your letter lo Doris Clark, 66 Rose- dene Avenue, Hamilton 50, Ontario. DEAR DOUIS; My daughter, 16, liked her girl Trierd's bruther instanlly, and he must her at least 20. insis t wl she be home at 10 bcciuise she had to at her summer job at seven next morning. lint it was p.m. when all four of them came in and .settled down fo watch telvcLsion. I was embar- rassed in housecoat and curl- ers, bnl s'ill said "hello" and left them by themselves. About 20 minutes later they got up nnd left. My dai'ghter accused me of making her friends feel unwel- come; she didn't find anything to feed them. Actually, there were plenty of cold cute to make sandwiches, and there were cookies, potato chips and fruit to serve unexpected com- pany, I was a bit startled because in Europe where I come from, anyone does not come to visit after 9 p.m. But I would be ghid to change if this is proper thing to do. Concerned Mother. DEAR CONCERNED: A well-known clash between the old world and the new! She is Kicky that you are o p e n- rmnded. A man of 20 is too old for your Sweet Sixteen. She came later than her curfew bringing guests without warn- ing. For the next few years you can keep your daughter closer to you, more serene and bel- ter protected, if you make her friends yours to She extent that they like coming to your home. Hut there arc limits, and you should settle them together. Ask hor what she thinks is fair and teach her how lo make tlie sandwiches, DEAR DORIS: My husband and f have been married for three years; have two children. We live on a farm with my mother-in-law. Doris, I am just not happy; I am from t he el t y and my hihsband is from he fa rm. I am afraid thai my marriage will not last. My husband loves Keith Hancock SOCIAL CREDIT COMMITTEE ROOMS WESTMINSTER PLAZA 5th Ave. and 13lh Si. N. Phone 328-4276 P.O. Box 514 Your Social Credit Candidate A SOCIAL CREDIT GOVT. IN OTTAWA WILL STOP inflation and level prices INCREASE pensions to a realistic level SOLVE the unemployment problem REDUCE and eventually (within 3 yrs.) ELIMINATE Income Tax REPLACE all existing welfare schemes with a proper Social Security Program ALL OF THIS CAM BE DONE WITH NO TAX INCREASE Vote Social Credit-Vote Hancock Crowfoot: JIM GREEN In Medicine Hat: WILLARD PAXMAN INSERTED BY THE UTHBRfDGE FEDERAL SOCIAL CREDIT ASSOCIATION me very much but I love film only sometimes. If he goes away 1 am perfectly happy. I try lo be a good wife ami moth- er but F just can't keep going this way. One of my husband's friends must feel tlie tension because he said I would make a foolish mistake if I divorced him. My husband is JL very sv.ee t and lender man. D.W. DEAR D.NV.: Not enough to go on, but my guesses would include: O) Your change of environ- ment from city to country is a shock to your whole emotional system. You don't adjust over- night. (2) You living with your ninther-in-law. Kind atid help- ful as she may be, you need lo be in your own home, run- ning your own show and feeling like a homemaker. 3) Sex relations are f ar from perfect; need thought, study, more understanding and consideration on both sides. With a loving husband, your prohlems are worth .some work- ing oyt and your best helper is yoitr nearest family counsel- lor. DEAR DORIS: Please give me somo informa- tion about what types of jobs are available for persons with serious hearing loss. Hopeful. DEAR HOPEFUL: Mr. L. H. Parker of The Ca- nadian Hearing Society says Uiat except for the kind of work where easy means of communi- cation is essential, the record of the deaf is often superior when il conies to ability on the job. Personally I have found that persons a handicap often try harder to make a go of things, For deaf employee s Mr. Parker made some specific sug- gestions; Mail handler in post office; office clerk, copy typ- ist; key punch operator; hook- keeping machine operator; den- tal mechanic assistant' 1 a b technician assistant; bii. iness machine operator; bindery (printing gen or at fac- tory (machine operator or as- department .store (price tagging, house- keeping (hospital, The important thing b to be willing to learn and have a good attitude toward work. Hank ViscaitH says, "The only really handicapped li (he one who has bet the will to Consult your Canada Man- power service or your li-cnl re- habilitation resource for guid- ance. Important In Canada, 25 per cenl nf tho farm receipts aic from the industry, coming from five million cows and IHfcrs and two million head of breed- big stock. HEALTHY Beef has less aridiiivos or processing than alniosl any oilier food product on" the mar- ket today.