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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 31 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: Several months ago, I met a man with whom I was completely compatible. After several dates, D. told me he had been seeing a psychiatrist for two years because of impotence. (A physician first established the fact that there was no anatomical reason for his inability to perform sexually and suggested D. asked if I would be patient and suggested that perhaps with my loving kindness I might help him regain his virility. I said I would try. Well, I did, for about a month, but it was too frustrating I tol'd him goodbye D. is a sensitive person and was deeply hurt. Now I have guilt feelings. Did I make a mistake? Is it possible to have a good marriage without sex? He was wonderful company. We shared a great many interests and our religious and cultural backgrounds are similar. I am 35 years old and need help. Please, Ann, a word from you would mean a lot. Big Q. Dear B.: I don't know where sex rates in your table of priorities. If it's important, you'd better forget about him. If, on the other hand, he has such sterling qualities, and if Burt Reynolds isn't running after you, you ought to reconsider. Impotence need not mean NO sexual satisfaction. Joint counselling could be extremely useful. I away and you've put air weight? Nobody's perfect. And anyone who says weight (and keeping ft off) is easy, well, tfiey never noo In0 Mow's the time to come back to Weight of course. Why wait? Today could be the beginning of your "comeback" For nearest you, coll ZE-06124 (toHfree) LETHBRIDGE St Augustine's Anglican Church 11 Street and 4 Avenue S. 1 pjn. end p.m. FRANK Community Hall pun. TABER CMC Centre Thursdays, p.m. PINCHER CREEK Town Hall Monday, p.m. WEIGHT! WATCHH recommend it. Dear Ann Landers: You seem to have access to many medical experts. Will you please clear up a mystery? By what authority do doctors who are unknown to the patient claim the right to barge into a hospital room, accompanied by a retinue of medical students, order the family to leave, and then proceed to reduce the helpless patient to the status of a guinea pig? I should mention that this happened to my father and the physician in charge was NOT present when this monstrous incident occurred. I understand this sort of thing happens fre- quently and I am at a loss to understand why such insensitivity is tolerated. Answer, please. Infuriated Dear In: I consulted with Dr. Calvin Plimpton, President of Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., and he said, "Such crudity is outrageous, if the story is accurate. Patients have rights and some hospitals present every new patient with a copy of those rights when they are admitted." Dr Plimpton went on to say that each patient should be asked if he will permit medical students to observe his case. If he objects, his wishes are respected. In my opinion (and I'll probably catch plenty of heat for this the best hospitals are the teaching hospitals, those affiliated with medical schools. It is essential that students see patients in order to learn. If the staff doctor (professor of medicine) tactfully explains that he would like to bring in some students as observers, most patients do not object. In fact, since today's medical students are aglow with idealism and the spirit of serving humanity, they are loved by the patients. Students, interns and residents are able to spend more time visiting and reassuring patients than the overworked professor who is burdened with too many patients, too much paper work, teaching assignments, staff meetings and even, would you believe, fund- raising for the hospital. Dear Ann Landers: Please tell motorists that when they hear an ambulance siren they should have the decency (if not the good sense) to pull over and let the guy by. A few minutes can mean the difference between life and death. I've seen drivers block an ambulance and refuse to give an inch. One of those stubborn drivers ended up dead yesterday, right in front of my service station. The speeding ambulance hit him head-on. Thanks, Ann. Sorry About That Dear Sorry: So am I. Thanks for writing. HfrtM ttfaaa tntmtil tt Kitchen hrtwnjliwul. hit. PROTEIN SOURCE A two-egg serving is a good source of iron, phosphorus and vitamin A. Children get a voice Littlest commissioner is only 12 SAN AINSELMO, Calif (AP) In her first meeting as a parks and recreation commissioner, Atha Mathieu voted against poison oak removal, won a fight for a bigger community building and didn't get a bit bored. The last item wouldn't be news, except that opponents of her appointment had predicted Miss Mathieu would lose interest, become distracted and fidget during the commission's lengthy budget sessions. Atha is 12. "I'm not she said during a recess in the meeting Under review was a proposed budget for the coming fiscal year. And she managed to stay wide awake until the meeting adjourned at 11 15 p.m, well after her normal p.m bedtime Atha, a Grade 7 student, was appointed to the unpaid seat by city council March 12 She had written the council saying that "parks are for children and we need representation The commission is an advisory body to the council in this moderate income city of persons, about 20 miles north of San Francisco Atha lives with her parents, Mr. and Mrs William Mathieu and her brother David, 10 Rummage Sale! Friday, March 29 7-9 p.m. Sat., March 30 9 a.m. 12 p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL (Ufftf HHI) Sponsored by Evening Branch A C W Voice of the Deep Sunday, March 24 at 7 ML LETHBRIDGE SALAVATION ARMY CITADEL 1902 4th AVOTHM South Phone 328-8611 Sunday afternoon for transport Four generations Four generations of the Gurr family of Lethbridge are shown, with great grandfather Alf Gurr, seated at right. His son, Harry, is standing, with his son Jim seated at left with the youngest member of the Gurr family, Greg. Mr. Alf Gurr will celebrate his 80th birthday Monday with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. at his home, 1602 16 Ave. S. Mr. Gurr is a pioneer of the area and a former member of the RCMP and has been active in local retail meat circles. Swim lesson registrations begin this week Registrations for city spring swimming instruction programs will be taken in gym No. 1 of the Civic Sports Centre Tuesday and Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Programs offered include: children's (6-14) Red Cross swimming lessons, pre-school 3-4) swimming lessons, adult and teenage Red Cross lessons, Royal Life Saving Society bronze medallion and bronze cross, and the Red Cross-Royal Life Saving Society instructor course. The instructor course sponsored by the city community services department and the Canadian Red Cross Society will be held during Easter week at the Fritz Sick Pool. Registration fee for the course which will take place irom 8 to 5 p m April 15-19, is The course is open to all young people, 17 and over who have obtained the Red Cross water safety leader award, Royal Life Saving Society bronze medallion, the YMCA senior life saving award, or equivalent, and who are interested in becoming quali- fied swimming instructors. Calendar Faith Rebekah Lodge will celebrate the 50th anniversary at p.m Tuesday, April 2 at the Holiday Inn Tickets must be purchased by Saturday, March 30 No tickets will be sold at the door. For further information contact 327-2055, 327-2460 or 327-5622. The McNally Women of Unifarm will hold their monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Patching. Jim Patching will speak on his recent trip to Australia and New Zealand. The regular monthly meeting of the Faith Rebekah Lodge No. 93 will be held in the IOOF hall at 8 p.m. Monday Visiting Rebekahs welcome. City Council. Beta Sigma Phi. will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday. April 2 at the Bowman Art Centre. Southminster square dance learners group will dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster hall. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch A general meeting of the Mathesis Club will be held at 2 30 p.m Tuesday in the lounge of St. Augustine's Presbyterian Church. Guest speaker will be Eva Brewster Visitor welcome Ladies of Lethbridge Lodge No 32 Order of the Royal Purple, will meet at 8 p.m Monday in the Elks Hall. A good attendance is requested. Lunch to follow. The annual dinner meeting of the Assumption Catholic Women's League will be held at p.m. Wednesday, April 3, at the Park Plaza Tickets may be obtained by phoning Eleanor Schomber 327-6206 or Agnes Reilander. 327-5142. The new executive will be announced. Memberships will be sold. All women of Assumption parish are welcome to attend. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall. All square dancfers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. 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