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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please help me. I am going nuts. Here I am 35 years old, married ten years, one miscarriage, no children. My husband and I both have had all the tests nothing wrong with either of us, the doctor says, the reason we don't have a family is that my husband has a low sperm count (not sterile, just low) and a very weak sex drive Can you imagine after ten years of what I thought was a great marriage and a well- adjusted sex Me to be told that I will probably never be able to have a child because my husband is sexually in- adequate? And what do >ou think this has done to HIM? Whenever I read in the pa- pers that someone has beat a child to death I cry my eyes DEAR ANN LANDERS' I would like to know if our ten- year-old son is normal He keeps his room straight, m a k e s his bed. dresses and feeds his dog without being reminded. However, I don't think he would ever take a bath, change his underwear, get to school on time or do his homework if I didn't prod him I know mothers who leave for work at 8 00 a m. and re- turn long after their children have returned from school. Their kids make their own breakfast, straighten their DEAR ANN LANDERS I'm married to some kind of a nut who thinks every phys- ical problem is caused by some thing emotional. This goes for headaches, back- aches, fallen arches, and even a head cold Last week my face broke out. I'm sure it was some- thing I ate but my husband says no it's emotional I had acne when I was a teen- ager and this eruption looks a lot like the old stuff but I can't believe a 38-year-old woman would break out with a fresh case of acne. DEAR ANN LANDERS: That quick thinking wife from Richmond with the re- cipe for Hungarian Goulash on the flip side of the news- paper clipping of her good- looking "committee acquain- tance" was lucky. It could have been a recipe for Can- tonese Bird's Nest Soup Of course, any dolt-headed hus- band who ventures into a woman's handbag in search of housekeys, instead of tak- DEAR ANN LANDERS' My husband and I are so mad we could chew nails. We bought a new car 17 months ago. It cost us a lot more money than we had a right to pay, but we decided it would be cheaper than a sec- ond-hand model in the long run. We've had that new car 327 2111 IS THE NUMBER OF THE STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE WHERE STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYERS CAN HIRE STUDENTS IT'S EASY! JUST CALL 327 2111 out. How I'd love to have had that little one. And then I keep reading about atxu- lions, vasectomies, The Pin, and girls who throw babies in garbage cans and leave them in churches. (A few weeks ago someone left a newborn baby on a I'm so depressed I could die. It just isn't fair. Sign Still Praying In Kentweod, Michigan DEAR PRAYING: Who ever said life was fair? Ev- ery word of what you have written is true. I suggest that you consider adoption or a foster child. I also suggest counselling for both you and your husband. The notion that he is "inadequate" be- cause he has a low sperm count is absurd. All it takes is ONE, honey. rooms and handle all their responsibilities without be- ing policed. Am I expecting too much from a fourth grader? If I am I wish you'd tell me Checking In Colorado DEAR CHECKING: Your child sounds normal to me. Those other youngsters are out of the ordinary, which is often what happens when children are given responsi- bilities and made to under- stand they must perform cer- tain tasks no ifs, ands, or buts They do it because it is expected of them and no- body gives them any medals. 'I'm not asking for a diag- nosis through the mail What I want to know is this- Is there any connection between acne and emotional prob- lems? I say no What do your dermatologists say? Phila- delphia Reader DEAR PHIL: They say yes. In fact, it is not uncom- mon for a person who has a history of acne to get re- occurrences during times of stress all through his adult years. The skin is often a true reflector of one's emo- tional state. ing the simpler expedient of kicking the door down, would swallow anything. But I do admire the gal's rumble footedness. Machia- velli would have wanted her on his team. A recipe for Hungarian Goulash indeed Paprika for the Skeptical Paul From Mon- treal DEAR PAUL Your letter gave me mental indigestion. Where's your faith, man? in the garage three times srnce January The last re- pair bill was Please don't tell us to take it back to the dealer. We tried He isn't interested in com- plaints. Just trades or sales. What can we do? Will the customer EVER get a break when it comes to car re- By A Lem- on DEAR SQUEEZED- Con- tact the Better Business Bu- reau and give them chapter and verse. They do a splen- did job of making people straighten up and fly right Let's hope that one day we Americans will get the same break the consumer gets in Sweden Garages must guar- antee all repair work for 125 miles or three whichever comes first. Wouldn't that be beautiful' PITTSBURGH LATEX AND ALKYD WOOD STAINS LATEX Manufacturers sugg pr.ce 1095. A 85 Introductory Special, gallon H" 8 ALKYD Manufacturtrt sugg. price Special, gallon Q.35 For the 'Natural Look' In houses of size, type and age add color and Protection while retaining the natural grain and texture of the wood. Easy to apply Latex cleans up with Quick drying soap and water Fade resistant PITTSBURGH PAINT GLASS CENTRE 252 12th ST. N. PHONE 327.1301 Lunar model a home? BROUGHAM, Ont. (CP) The Ohio Historical Society wants to buy Bill lashman's 23- foot scale model of the lunar lander Eagle for its Neil Arm- strong Museum but it's having trouble finding the to pay for it. So the 34-year-old sculptor may live in the lander when the government expropriates h i s land for the proposed Pickering airport near this community, just east of Toronto. Mr. lashman doesn't know bow much he has invested in the aluminum-and-steel model. "There aren't any account- ants in this family. My bank manager think if's about He said the bank has about tied up In the lander "but I got a good commission the other day which will keep him happy for a white." The Ohio Historical Society wants to mount the side its museum in Wapakoneta, Ohio, the home town of Neil Armstrong, first man to land on the moon, July Kathy Minkin, curator of the museum, the society wants to place the lander beside a jet Mr. Armstrong once tested. The museum contains a history of contributions made by Ohio na- tives to aviation, including that of the Wright brothers. 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