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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Doris Clark Tuesday, October 30, 1973 THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD -11 Indiscreet nurse deserves apology DEAR DORIS: My doctor's nurse talked to me about my Dad, who had been experiencing more than his share of trouble broken ribs, arthritis, a chest disorder. She sympathized, and then out of a clear blue sky said, "Has he always been like this? Neurotic, I Then my father wanted to know what the doctor and nurse had said. I stupidly told him the part about him being called neurotic He passed it on to the doctor, quite indignant! That was when the poor nurse was really chewed out and had to apologize to Dad. How can I ever face that nurse again7 I wake up very morning thinking about it. Blabbermouth. DEAR BLABBERMOUTH: To some people the word "neurotic" suggests a con- dition close to insanity. And yet most of us have our own kinds of neurosis. According to the dictionary to be neurotic is to be "affected with nervous dis- order or of abnormal sen- sibility." The person who seizes upon the excuse of being "too tired" or "headachy" may be reacting to a nor- mal stress of life with an inferior excuse. Sometimes you will find the too-tired person suddenly full of life when he or she discovers an interesting event coming up. If we don't quite unders- tand this the word neurotic may seem like an insult. The nurse was indiscreet in discussing a patient; you were indiscreet in passing her words on. Have a talk, perhaps over a cup of tea, with your friend the nurse; she rates a gentle apology and ex- planation from you. She has had her lesson. Now take yours on the chin. DEAR DORIS: My father had a madden- ing habit of disappearing just as hot dishes went on the table and then he would complain that food was cold. I used to be annoyed when we were all waiting for him but he said grace beautifully and when he said, "Forgive us all our sins (and the way he said my annoyance melted away instantly. I was the family cook. We were eight children. My father always thanked me for the meal. Just Granny, Now. DEAR GRANNY: In a home where I once dined, the father was a "white Russian." He fled from his native land many years ago. Yet he preserved a belov- ski-doo Season is Fast Approaching We have an Excellent Selection of Popular Models from which to Choose SKI-DOO 440 EVERESTS EACH 1_1974 SKI-DOO 340 TNT Free Air SKI-DOO 340 TNT Fan Cool EACH SKI-DOO 294 SS Elan EACH (new) SKI-DOO 440 Nordic Electric Start (new) SKI-DOO 440 Nordic Manual 1 (used) SKI-DOO 440 Nordic Manual OLYMPIC 335 OLYMPIC 320 OLYMPIC SUPER OLYMPICS EACH.................... B R SERVICE (Cardston( LTD. CARDSTON, ALBERTA PHONE 653-3672 ed custom, his youngest son would go to the end of the table where his (Canadian) mother sat, when the meal was finished. He would formal- ly thank her for providing his dinner, and she kissed him. It wasn't fair for your Dad to keep everybody waiting, but expressing appreciation can make up for a multitude of sins! DEAR DORIS: I am concerned about the kids of today catching venereal disease. I don't know why kids would want pre-marital sex, knowing what might happen to them. 11 you don't get treated, and wait for, let's say, four years, will V.D show up on a blood test for marriage or a pregnancy, or do doc- tors have to do more tests? Concerned. DEAR CONCERNED: Untreated V.D. will show up in later blood tests because it's still there. Some forms seem to go away, but actually come back in increasingly dangerous stages. Any young person who suspects he or she may have been infected ought to get to a family doctor or a clinic without delay! Doris has studied human behavior and can shed light on your dilemma. Write to her. 66 Rosedene Ave., Hamilton, Ont. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Streets. Phone 327-3024 Sporting Goods Department 608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 Make HOYT'S your ONE-STOP for HUNTING SUPPLIES We Are HUNTING HEADQUARTERS For All Southern Albertal ALPINE SPORTSTER RIFLE 7 mm Magnum or 30-36. reg. to 154.95. Special 136.99 REMINGTON 700 BDL RIFLE With suitcase type case. Reg. Value 257.45. 997 Rfl Special ................4.4.1 .UU ENFIELD 303 NO. 4 RIFLE Special 1 Each Only! BROWNING 300 WIN. MAGNUM and 375 H H MAGNUM Reg. price 385.00. Special, each 275.00 Taylor Liquid Filled COMPASSES 2.95 -.3.75 Beaver GAME HOISTS 11.69-16.19 Victor SNOW SHOES Complete with A AC harness. Only..... A vivv Solid Fuel POCKET WARMER 1.39 Bushnel Sportsvlew 4X SCOPE Cross Hair Only Locking Wall GUN RACK 4 gun with 4 AC drawer. Only JL V HUNTING KNIVES 4 models Reg 12 95 up From 10.95 Up 1 Don 7 forget. We carry a complete stock of Hunting clothes, Game Calls, Ammunition, Components, Gun- smithing. Licences, Binoculars, All Hunting Needs. AMMUNITION V BOX 9 QQ ;