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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Dear Ann Landera: I laughed when I read the letter from tlie fellow who couldn't stand the "dumbbell look" on his ex-girl's face When she chewed gum. He said it was the thing that broke up their romance. That leiter reminded me of a little ditty our ninth-grade teacher made us memorize when we were caught chewing gum in her class. I hope you will print it. The gum-chewing student And cud-chewing cow Look quite alike But they're different, ^mehow. And what is the difference? I see it all now- It's the intelligent look On the face of the cow. - A Warren, Ohio, Ann Fan Dear Fan: If that's not enough to keep gum out of a girl's mouth I don't know what is! Mr. Wrigley is going to hate you! Dear Ann Landers: An old flame (and I do mean old) sent word that he is going blind and wants to see me one more time before complete blindness comes. I was deeply involved with him 37 years ago. He is now 75.1 am 57. He never married and has said I ruined his life and destroyed his faith in all Women when I ran out oh him and married a much younger man. This situation has weighed heavily on my mind. Now that I am older I realize how thoughtless and unkind I was. Although I have been happy in my marriage I still feel that I oWe this man from my past the decency to grant him this favor. Jackpot $160-56 Nos. ^aUrmbinoo" t1 QoM Card* Pay Ooubia IS Door Priia - Fit Cards (Many oNwr axlraa) Ragular Card* 2S� or 5 lor $1 . 13lh St. and eih A�a. "A" N. No chlMran undw 16 allewad Should I tell my husband? Should I keep quiet and stay home? Please, Ann, I need your advice before darkness falls. - The Eye Of The Behtilden Dear Eye: Tell your husband - and go. If you don't, you might regret it forever. Dear Ann Landera: I am the secretary for a well-known professor at a well-known university. We receive a great many long-distance calls and most of them are station-to-station. Frequently the cailler asks that we call back when the boss is in - no mention that we should call collect. Some of these people we know well, others are strangers; My questions: Do I have the right to be annoyed by such requests? Why should we pay to retufn calls originated on the other end? Usually, when I call back person-to-person, collect, the callers are irritated because it costs them more. My boss finally said, "Let's not call collect any more. It creates too much ill will. We'll just consider the calls office expense." I don't think this is fair to him. The phone bills since his instructions have been very high. I resent it although the money doesn't come out of my poclcet. We'd appreciate your views, Ann. - Irritated But Open-Minded Dear I But 0-M: Since your boss has asked you to return the long-distance calls at his expense, do so. You are correct, though, in believing that the caller, if he can't leave an operator number, should leave word to return his call collect. Confidential to Just Noay I Guesa: The confidentials at the foot of my column are not teasers or guessing games. They are messages for readers who ask that their letters not be printed or, for some reason, they prefer not to receive mail at home. Spmetimes, "interested" parties write and ask me for more informaticm about a certain confidential (like where did it come from). But of course I would never divulge such information. A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding ' arrahgeni^nt. Ann La'nders's booklet, "Marriage - What to Expect," will prepare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654, enclosing 50^ in coin and a long, stamped,, self-addressed envelope. W.A. LETHBRID6E AUXILIARY HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING Monday, January 21st 1:30 p.in. �tth* AUXILIARY HOSPITAL LOUNGE VARIETY FABRICS JANUARY CLEAR OUT 60--1Z oz. POLYESTER DOUSLE KNIT In Plain and Pattarn* H�g. toVM And MEN'S PANT * ^ FABRICS ...... ...... 34.50 Yl GREAT SAVINGS on Corduroys, Cotton & Polyester Single Knits, 60" Polyester, Wool Plaids & Tricots. STRETCH SEWING CLASSES BEGINNING BASIC Tuesday, Jan. 22........... 7:30 p.m. BASIC Monday, Jan. 28 .......... 7:30 p.m. MEN'S PANTS Thursday, Jan. 31 . 7:30 p.m. LINGERIE Wednesday, Feb. 6 .... 7:30 p.m. Good Selection of Brides and Bridesmaids Dress Fabrics at Special Discounts EXTRA DRESSMAKING MAILABLE TO OUR CUSTOMERS VARIETY FABRICS WMtmimtcr Shoppins Plaza Phon�327-194S THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Monday. January 14. 1974 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 Treatment-oriented sex clinic established on Calgary campus "At the count of three, tell me how much we owe the finance company $0 I'll have a reason for getting upl" Calendar Aileen Walker unit will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday for supper at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. All members are asked to attend for the election of officers. * * * Xi Nu Chapter will meet at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Dianne Holfield, 3305 Beauvais Place. Cohostess is Mary Hall. Leslee Martin will present the program, clothing for madame. *  * The regular meeting of the 1914 - 18 War Veterans Association will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Legion Memorial Hall. Entertainment and bingo. Transportation home to be provided if necessary. *   Area chairmen of the Heart Fund will meet at 1:30 p.in. Wednesday at the home of Susie Hironaka, 281913th Ave. S. * *  Preceptor Eta will meet at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Wilma Evanoff, 2863 6th Ave. S. *  * St. Patrick's CWL groups will meet as follows: ms. M. Moroz at her home, 313 23rd St. S., at. 8:30 p.m. Tuesday; Mrs. L. Irvine at her home, 623 13th St. S., at 2 p.m. Tuesday; Mrs. H. H. Bartram with Mrs. J. Roberts, 1269 4th Ave. S., at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday; Mrs. B. Noel with Mrs. J. McMahon, 1022 8th St. S., for potluck supper; Mrs. L. Steele with Mrs. F. Irmler, 426 28th St. S., at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. ^ Xi Iota will host Sigma Chapter at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. D. Piear-son, Kipp. AH members are reminded to meet at the civic centre parking lot at 7:45 p.m. Program on poetry by Mrs. L. O'Brien. Cohostess is Mrs. J. Nixey. * *  Ladies of the Old Timers Pemmican Club will hold a whist party at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the club rooms, 9th St. and 5th Ave. S. All members welcome to attend. � *  RN'sofwanl 4, AARN, will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Lethbridge Auxiliary. Hospital. Speaker will be Donna Smith, on nursing for community service. All members are asked to attend. *  * The Lethbridge Chapter of Sweet Adelines meets Wednesdays from 8 to 10:30 p.m. in the church basement, 420 12th St. S. Women interested in singing welcome to attend.   * Kappa Chapter will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Linda Flaman, 1309 24th Ave. Coaldale. Program will be presented by Mrs. Flaman and will include a slide presentation by Rev. Baldeo. Cohostess is Alvina Unick. Ruby Johnstone ... president Officers installed By JOSEPH MA CALGARY (CP) - Up to 50 per cent of all adults may suffer from some form of sexual inadequacy, says Dr. Harry Brody, director of a sexual counselling clinic at University of Calgary medical school. But the growing number of patients visiting doctors with sexual problems does not conclusively suggest that the capacity to make love is deteriorating, he said in an interview-interrupted twice when he had to deliver babies. Dr. Brody, who worked with Masters and Johnson, the American specialists in the field of human sexual behavior, said increased awareness of sexual problems and changing social conditions are encouraging more people to'seek medical help for sexual inadequacy. The first thing to do toward a happier sex life was to admit you had a problem-if there was one. There is nothing to be ashamed of and something can be done about it most of the time, said Dr. Brody, head of obstetrics and gynecology at Foothills Hospital and a professor at the medical school. FIRST IN CANADA The Calgary clinic, established 18 months ago, was the first treatment-oriented sex clinic in Canada and was the first to use computers to compile patient case histories. Dr. Brody said'the use of computers and Alberta's health care insurance program made treatment of sexual inadequacy available to everybody seeking it. In the United States and many other countries, only the rich could afford it. A 99-item questionnaire, filled out by the patient, became a fairly-detailed case history in a matter of seconds through the computer. This freed the doctor and reduced the cost significantly. Especially important was the doctor's time, because there was "a shocking shortage of trained therapists in this field." Research at Dr. Brody's clinic shows a 73-per-cent suc-, cess rate for all patients treated for various forms of The Women's Federation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church elected a slate of officers, with installing ceremonies conducted by Dr. G. S. Gray. Named as honorary president was Frances Hankinson, with past president Marie Wylie, and elected president Ruby Johnstone. Executive members include Mary Webster, first vice-president; Ada Van Egmond and Fern Huising, second vice-presidents; Millie Coupland, secretary and Harriette Lindsay, treasurer. OKUUNMN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH; BINGO TUESDAY. Jan. 15th-8 p.m. EAQLE8 HALL - 13th StrMt N. Jackpot $180 in 56 NumlMre 4th and Mh QaniM - 028 Jackpot In 8 numlMra or laM ine under 16 Years - Details Announced afBingo_ V 9"% John sexual inadequacy, including 49-per-cent considered completely cured. University of Calgary offers two courses on human sexuality, one for medical students and one for students of social work, using some of the resources of the clinic on a confidential basis. "We have to make future doctors comfortable to talk about sex. Too many counsellors, doctors and others, lack adequate training, do not provide proper counselling and fail to do follow-up work after treatment." Dr. Brody emphasized that sexual complaint is rarely a one-person problem. Most of the problems were psychological, rather than physical, and could be remed ed by behavioral changes. Most of the patients at the clinic were married couples, but there were others, including homosexuals and peo- Sle who get a kick out of ex-ibiting in publicV TAKES ALL FORMS Sex could take all forms, and "as long as it is between two consenting adults and both are happy with it" it did not present a medical problem. Among couples, the woman most often took the initiative in seeking medical help because "women feel less threatened than men in admitting sexual problems." Dr. Brody said that except for those with permanently damaged organs, all patients have hope in seeking treatment. Because of this belief, he tells patients who fail to show improvement after treatment that "we (the clinic staff) have failed to treat you but that doesn't mean your case is hopeless." The treatment pattern calls for a case history to be taken, followed by a physical examination. A therapist then defines the problems and discusses with the patient and his or her partner their attitudes toward sex. A behavioral modification program is then mai�ed out, witti evaluation usually after three months of treatment. A three-month repeat treatment period follows if necessary. GO BY BOAT During the 17th and early 18th cmturies, the sole means of communication between. Quebec City and Montreal was 1^ water. 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