Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wetfr.sidoy, Augull 14, 1972 THE IETH6RIDGE HF.RAID 27 Ann Landers DEAR ANN: During the fourteen montlv; I've Ixan mar- ried I have always called my in-laws Mr. and Mrs. Smith. I finally decided lhat since they eall me by my first name that J should ho to call them by their first names. The other clay, I made the leap and called my mother-in- law "Mary." She was visibly annoyed and said, "Why don't Now' is upset and so is my husband. I think this is absurd, since we are iill over 21. What are your feelings about it, Ann Fair Is Fair DEAR FAIR: Never mind MY feelings, it's how your mother-in-law feels that counts and obviously she does not want you to call her by her first name. So, go back to calling her Mrs. Smith, and hopefully she Mill go back lo YOUR first name, or the rdatioiistiip is in trouble. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Regarding the letter from tho student who wrote to ask about (he possibility of a lather nursing bus children in case of emergency or extreme crisis, your authority, Dr. Rodney Jamicson, a Chicago physician, said, "No the father held the bolllc." I am enclosing an article from the Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine thai refutes your consultant's statement. It reads, In part: "It is not a very uncommon circumstance to find both among human-kind and animals, males whose breasts contain milk Among the lower orders ol people; in Russia, milk in the breasts of men is much more frequent than among Die more southern nations; end tho Russians have never been deemed weak or effem- .1. S. (Medical Librarian, Evansville, Indiana) DEAR MRS. S.: Thank you for sending on the material from the New York Academy of Medicine. I am now in receipt of two dozen reprints. I checked with my medical consultants in Boston, New York and Washington, and they oil support Dr. Jamieson of Chicago who made the Initial state- ment. I am told that the literature you sent is not scientific documentation. A true malo does not have tho ability to breast-feed a child. In the rare instances where male lacta- tion was reported, male was probably a hermaphrodite which means a person with both male and female physical characteristics. TIT DEAR READER: I devoted an entire column lo this sub- ject a few years ago. A few newspapers refused to print it on the grounds that it was "loo clinical." I hope those papers will recognize that VI) is now a crisis and even (hough informa- lion will not make for appetizing breakfast reading it may bo of life-saving importance to millions of young people. Hero it is: The most common form of VD is gonorrhea. In the early stages, females almost never feel pain or discomfort. It is entirely possible for a woman to infect a man and not lie aware of it. In the advanced stages of gonorrhea, however, a woman experiences severe pain in the lower abdomen, a heavy mucoua discharge, and sometimes fever. Symptoms in Iho malo appear about Ihreo days after contact. The most common symptom is a hurning sensation during urination, and profuse discharge. Treatment for hoth female and male is simple and effective (large doses of penecillin) and it should be sought immediately upon ap- poaranco of symptoms. Gonorrhea, if untreated, can cause sterility, arttiritis and heart disease. Syphilis has indeed reached epidemic proportion.? The Pill lias made "old-fashioned" contraceptives passe. Early syphilis is usually manifested by a skin eruption which resembles a cold sore. The first eruption usually appears on the genitals a few weeks after conUcl. Several weeks later, eniptions may appear anywhere on the body, including the face. Syphilis, when treated within fotir or five months, can usually Iw cured within a matter of weeks. Un- treated syphilis can result in blindness, brain damage, total incapacitation and dentil. I urge every indivdunl who suspects he may have VD lo go for an examination. VD will NOT disappear if ignored. When tho first set o[ symptoms fades away, many people believe they "wore out" the disease, but Ihls is not true. It has only gone underground and will erupt later in some crip- pling form. Editor's nolc: There is a free and confidential VD clinic in Room 102 in Ihe basement of the Lclhbridge Municipal Hos- pital, phone BACK TO SCHOOL !N BENEFIT SHOES The store with a competent, fully experienced staff. Trained fit all feol correctly FOR THE CAMPUS AND COLLEGE SET Now tuodej. New nolchad wotli. IN FOR FALL The return of Ihe military look is evi- dent in this diagonal-weave coot comes yoked at back and front, wilh buckle belt and sEeeve tabs. NoJo tho generous collar and tunne! 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