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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta My It, Wt UTHMIDGE HEXAID ft DEAR DORIS. My wife certain weUminary MX practices which I find distastefid and an affront to human dignity. She quotes a doctor who says that the term "pervert" is used only fey moralists who want to cen- sure action of which they disap- prove. A book we have, written by a priest, says that couples should not consider "greater degrees intimacy" as sinful, but warns against one partner forc- ing another. My wife agrees with the former statement but evidently ignores the latter. We disagree on other things, such as how to run our busi- ness. So I am now taking a course in a bid to change my eareer. This gives my wife additional work and she thinks I am pursuing a goal which is unattainable. Asking For A Miracle. DEAR ASKING: We come at this business of- with such different back- grounds, don't we? And, so often, with suck different needs too The attitude that "any- thing when applied to sexual relations, only means that anything goes when both partners definitely desire it. Your sex disagreement spills over into arguments about another part of your life togeth- er If you would both under- take to learn more about sex, its relation to emotions and body reactions, and that there is greater pleasure in givmg rather than in demanding, it would help Then, isn't there something else you can do with your lei- sure time which will give you a common interest and challenge your minds? You need to dis- in Mine way, that yen are, after all, companionable and in love. DEAR DORIS: My daughter is getting married quite soon. My problem: Where do we form the reception line? 1 have seeen them on the way out of church, which was very nice; or the way in to supper. However, at either place all guests wiU not be present At the dance, people drift in at aO hours. Mother of the Bride. DEAR MOTHER: A receiving line may form at the church after the cere- mony; but it is mmmipl, and when it does happen it is likely to be because no reception fol- lows. Most lines form at the door of the place where the guests will be having dinner. No need to repeat this formal line for those who come along later, for the dance. DEAR DORIS- I have three daughters one son. The girls are all at the top of their classes, but our boy (age nine) is now bearing threats from his teacher' that he'll probably fail. He thinks he has to compete with his dad and then he can't seem to think at all. He has a male teacher for the first time this year and can't seem to ad- just to it He does well in his reading and can learn spelling words as long as he has no deadlines to meet and doesn't think about his teacher Our doctor has him on Vita- min B because he'd get bouts of depression and cry and cry and would unreasonably insist that he was no good or couldn't anything. He gets oderabry more praise at homo than criticism, though I must admit that my husband used to be heavy on the criticism, and during the last year while my husband has made a big effort to change, John has not bad one of those depressed spells. Help. DEAR HELP: Your last paragraph tells the story. John's father thought he bad to demand and went about it the wrong way: the critical way. At nine, John has some pretty firm ideas about bis own worth- lessness, but the very fact that his father's change is affecting him for the better, proves the usefulness of loving praise. His fear of a mate teacher is a carry-over from his fear of his dad. Talk to his teacher; and give your husband a pat on the back for his efforts at un- derstanding his boy and carry- ing his share of the load. Doris Clark Successful living Battery Rental? You can now rent your bat- tery needs for any seasonal equip, for any 4 month sea- son. EXAMPLE r New 12 volt 70 A.H. New 6 volt 105 A.M. S6.00 LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. 217 12 ST. "B" SOUTH, LETHM1DGE, ALBERTA see 1873 1973 A spectacular salute to their 100th S Anniversary THE rap MUSICAL RIDE SUNDAY, JULY 15th A.M. FORT MACLEOD MIDNIGHT STADIUM TICKETS PER PERSON NO RESERVED SEATS It's great to be a winner! f In each Sunshine and Cycle Contest 50 people across Canada will win trips for 2 to the Nassau Beach Hotel via Air Canada, and 600 others will win CCM 5-speed bicycles. Here are some winners! Trip to Nassau MRS. KEN BAILEY-Medicine Hat MRS. GEORGIA BELL-Vauxhall CCM Grand Sport 5 Speed Bkycle ANNE SAVAGE-Lethbridge JOHN NAVRATIL-Raymond MISS ANDERSON-Medicine Hat BILL QUAN-Medicine Hat RAY ANDERSON-Medicine Hat MAY LYNN-Medicine Hat NEXT CONTEST CLOSING DATE JULY 13, 1973. trips for 2 Tmore S and Cycle Contest. Enter often! Mail your entries in today to: Purify Bottling (1967) Ltd. 292O 9th Ave. N. 1E7KBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ifflrjr term and conmi 4tMi tt Cecv-Ccte. CONTEST CLOSHM ;