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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta rr jr.. Ann Landers DEAK AXN LAXDERS: I want lo respond to that woman ivho couldn't UEtferstand nby fifty million .Americans were so crazy they'd walk dogs in below-zero weather, spend a for- tune on gelling them clipped, iimoculated, registered, licensed, anrl trained, buy them special food, beds, collars and coals, and hire siuers to keep them company v.hen they rebel against kennels at vacation time. The woman signed her let- ter "The Rugs In My Home Are BeautiM." My answer is a four letter word. Love. I feel sorry for in? lady with the beautiful rugs. She doesn't know what she's missir.g. Midland Michigan FROM HAMILTON, ONTARIO: I'm one of those "o-szy nuts" who walked six miles to tlic vetenr.arian wiih a sick puppy when no oiher transportation was available. (Canadian wmiers can be I also stayed up all night to give my puppy warm milk at frequent intervals. Our canine friends are like members of the family. I can't imagine a life with- out them. FROM TOPEKA: The rugs in my house aren't beautiful but I wouldn't trade them for the most magnificent rugs in the world if ii mean: no dogs in my life. FROM MEMPHIS: People are becoming more and more suspicious, unpredictable and irresponsible. A dog remains a faithful friend to the era and his gratitude is unfailing. A could never do for my morale what my dog does. FROM CLEVELAND: A dog is a bit of mischief wrapped a furry 11 you ever saw the face of a child hgr.t up at the fight of a pappy, you'd know what it means to have a dos in the house. FROM 31G RAPLDS. MICH.: People have dogs m their lives for IT.? same reason they marry, have children, or nur- ture friendship. Love and mutual respect are the basis of life's best relationships, whether between people and people or between people My LhEnks ;o sj who wrote such hearnvarmiug letters in behalf o: your pets. We've often heard it said that dog is man's best fneno. and my mail attests to the fact that the feeling is I mErrisa a man who had a vasectmny be- I rim. He had had a previous marriage and thought ho nc-tild any more children. He said the doctor brrj co-p'.etc assurance that (lie operation is reversible. Is it1 I want family. L.A. DEAR L.A.. Some men think having a vasectomy means neve- having to say you're sorry. But your husband's case proves that it ab't necessarily so. The chances of reversing a vasKtorny ate very poor. Any man who considers this curdcsi procedure s'-oiL'd new sterility as permanent. January 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Book examines love doctors EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HAH 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome LETHE-RIDGE FISH Q 1 IU WEDNESDAY DlllUIW AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13lh Si. N. JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 5REE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and 7 NUMBERS MO CHILDREN UNDER n Heart si surgery A bcby ai-i is recoverina frorn a tion in v. '--ch uer b'ood '-vcs end her body ct s Hcspitcl in say Ihs i Hospital auxiliary appoints executive nphcafe l Volf d is ex hsart cperc- h- tem- peirred to make (CP Wirenhoro) By JOY STILLEY YORK fAP) They range from lovelorn columnists to highly-lrained therapists; from self-proclaimed sex ex- perts Lo scientific sex research- ers from encounter group lead- ers to hypnotists; from authors o! how-to manuals to dual sex co-therapy teams. They include anyone who pre- tends authority to treat semal, emctioaal or marital dysfunc- tion, says Patrick M. McGrady Jr.. has written a book about them called The Love: Doctors. "1 realized there was a new subculture that could have a tremendous influence on j said lie author in an interview. i During three years pi work on j i the book he interviewed such i subjects as Dr. David Reuben. Dear Abby, Ann Landers. Dr. j Joyce Brothers and Masters and Johnson. i wanted to know who these pec-pie were who address them-' selves to our problems, whether j j they are any good or just as nans up as the rest of us." he' j coniinued. went to great! j leriEths to keep anyone from finding oui. They were reluctant to talk to me ''I don't know of a really good I i m a r r i a g e at all.'' declared i i McGrady. now married for the i second time. I "Ninety per cent o: them have grave faulis and some cou- i pics srick together for so many i bad reasons. Eventually the j sexual relationship plays a tre- j raendous roie in bow the mar- nrms out.1' Most often, he said, it is the woman who is more realistic i1 aboyr tna necessity for seetirg 1 a resui: o: women's lib women have desires they have never had before in the i sexual area and all other areas; they want more out of i ine field of sex problem treatmea; was once dominated by the Freudian school, but they're' beins terly '.riped out" because people want a cure "and psychoana- lysis is no: a cure.'' "Freudians destroy more marriages than they McGrady noted. "The paper therapists can be of tremendous help in an infor- mal, educational way." Mc- Grady said. "Though the format of the column requires readabil- ity and humor lor which wis- dom must often be sacrificed, the writers come up iriih good answers from the experts they consult. ''But I have not seen anybody, with the exception of Masters and Johnson, who can success- fully reverse a severe problem of sexual dysfunction when ihe mamage is in a terminal slate.'' he said. Such teams, though growing in number, can treat a limited number of couples. Many un- qualified persons take advan- tage K those who need help, said. "Ideally those who are in the medical profession should ac- quire the love doctor arts be- cause that's where patients brirg their said the author. "Bui everybody Bnould be 2 bii of a love doctor and team "row to a out an Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. recently held a pledge rirusl for Mrs. Barb Dsvsoa arid Mrs. Denise Denommee, at the home of Mrs. Cathy Lang- THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Just for fun, le! s see how BIG c size 5 yo'j lake." HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture. Toys, Household Effects CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS [Increasing one number per until won) III GAME S50 JACKPOT 5th GAME S25 (X) ICHh GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICt HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not cllcwed Sponsored by Ladies Aujdlicry to Canadian Lefiwi The Women's Auxiliar. to the LeJibridce Auxiliary tal msaiiy a neiv of oiiire-s. viih Mis; Moily Coupland 25 officer. Elected for IP75 Mrs. E. P. Jones, with M'f. Lush ss presi- president Mrs. can'.een dent. and Andree Ho-oJicn SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lois of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen lo be crenlive? Rent and Sew with a gorgeoul KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sears- Telephone 325-9231 Or Drop In AJ Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Details includ- ed A. S. first Mrs. Con. second ar.d recordir.2 sscretar-'.- Mrs. Hya-i Burch. corresponding sec- re! ary: D. ,7. Schradeler. treas- urer: Miss MoUy Coupiaad, his- torian; Mrs. A. L. Hscker. per- sonal therapy; Mrs. Elna r.e-. buymg.: -Mrs. C. canteen treas- urer: Mrs. J. R. McLeod. pub- licity; Mrs. .Anna paiient er.ienab.rne.Ti: Mrs. R. C. Du- '-hie. smishuie ba2S. The new execudve has noinced that the arjiual Feb- Tea will be held Feb. :s in the lounge at the auxiliary hospital. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-S p.m. ca teiiaar of- loca MRS, fyEiKiJiND'S RETIRED CONTINUING JOE GREEN'S ANNUAL Now save even more further reductions have been mode All stock must go early! WOMEN'S HEEL HUGGER SHOES Heel Hugger and Selby Req. S26 No- WOMEN'S SLIPPERS Reg, to SB Now Only Men's Shoes Odds and Edds Values to Q Now Only W ANOTHER TABLE Now Only TEENERS' SHOES Values lo 519 Now Only ALL PURSES OFF '0 PRICES 25% REGLILAR LADIES' DRESS SANDALS AND PUMPS CHOOSE FROM GOLD CROSS PAVEL WOOLLEY. REG. lo S29 NOW ONU 4'" 8'" CHILDR SHORT AND DISCONTINUED IINES Rrg lo SI? NOW SHOES SAVAGE AND BUSTER BROWN Rfg lo U NOW 4'" GREEN'S SHOES Downtown on 6th Street OPEN THURSDAY Till 9 P.M. Ladies id of St. Perer and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will hold the resiilar raeedns [orJgh; at S p.m. Hos- tesses will Msry Piycia and The Christian Scieixre tes'j- niony meetir.g M-L! be held H'tvl-Hsr-ay a: p.m. iri the 4 Ave. 5. Everyone welcome. The Margaret Hartley Past' Cbb "ill" meet a: p.m. ar hnn-.e o: "Mrs. W A. S John- slone. 6 Ave. Men'bcrs afkevi to hrini; their UMCEF The sowral miVLng ;he Oncinal and Sor.ior Ciiirens' Society will be from 2-1 in Gym C of the civic cer.iro. En- biii.-i .in.-i lunch cards N? of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES. will meet Weobc-sday at r-.m. at the home of Mrs. C. K." Diller. 90! St. S. T.iu Charter. Sigma Thi. nuv! Tiicsd.iy ai S p.m. at Ihe1 of Mrs. IV- Peacock. 6iS :7 St. N. Mrs. Robbio mil tv co-hivipss. A on liter- at nrp be pwsonied by Mrs. Piu.ird and Mrs. K'.rr. MORE THAN 100 DRESSES BY THSSE WEU KNOWN MAKERS MANCiNI ALL JUST MARCO BUTTE KNIT ALJEAN A GOOD SELECTION OF Sweaters and Skirts 1 Values lo 2 price lEazers and Blouses Values to lli price I'HEVKNT ACC111F.NTS Help r.ocuionts to s m .111 children by ins Uii1 HMffic nilos. 2 and 3 piece Values to 99.50 to price Assorted Suits and Costumes OFF Sale commences Wednesday, McForlond Bldg. Phone 327-3277 Jan. 24tll, a.m. 4tn Ave. 5., Downtown lelhbridge ;