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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THf lETHBRIDGE HCRAIO - Friday, May 28, 1971 Your horoscope By Jean* Dixon SATURDAY, MAY 2� Your Birthday Today: Philosophic attitudes develop this year to help balance increasing stress coming from your surroundings, people you didn't invite into your world. Competition exists but on a different, more subtle basis than before. Today's natives have to be left alone while in the midst of work. Many are artists, others make an art form of some conventional profession. ARIES (March 21-April 29): Surprises mark the day. Invest time in your favorite hobbies, sports and games. Bring friends along and make introductions. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): There is almost no pleasant or easy way to bring up the serious discussion of money but it seems you must. Get into it early. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): Meeting younger people on their terms may be difficult but has to be tried. Results are surprisingly good, exciting. CANCER (June 21 -July 22):, Self-serving remarks can spoil a triumph. Play it straight and for a longer-range goal. Leave choices open for later use. LEO (July 23  Aug. 22): An old relationship takes on a new meaning as a meeting of minds on controversial ideas clicks. You're in business, so to speak, for at least a mental adventure. VIRGO (Aug. 22 - Sept. 22): Specialize, talk shop over lunch or tea. Some news in your fieW is possibly never printed. LIBRA (Sept. 23 . Oct. 22): Move along enthusiastically; don't take resistance too seriously! Have a definite plan ready, although last minute arrangements may seem needed for good progress. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Most situations deserve forthright comment, but not all. Save a serene and gentle side tor those you care about. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Be yourself. There's nobody quite like you and if you put all of your drive into your actions, it's better than copying a style. Find time to share sports, hobbies. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. '19): Short trips, particularly for shopping, are inconve- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Fear may inhibit male sex drive Dear Dr. Lamb - My husband and I have been married for almost two years. He doesn't drink and has good habits. He is healthy and 24 yean old. He never was a person who enjoyed sex but our relations were fair. Then the frequency gradually decreased until now he has no desire at all. We enjoy each other's company and I know he loves me. He has a child from a previous marriage and doesn't want any more children. 1 don't know what to do since we can't afford a doctor. Dear Reader - Your husband is probably suffering a great deal more anxiety and stress about this problem than you are. A recent report said that as many as 40 per cent of American men have problems of the type your husband is ex-periencing. There are many factors. One, interestingly enough is excessive use of alcohol, which apparently does not apply to your husband. Many heavy drinkers lose their sexual capacity early in life. Often these difficulties are rooted in emotional and psychiatric problems. Some men have so much fear of an inadequate performance that the fear itself inhibits them. Reassurance and a loving wife are the two best treatments for this problem. Sometimes individuals do have illnesses which cause their difficulties. These can only be detected by an adequate medical examination. It is very important in these areas as well as in other areas of married life; for the husband and wife to have frank and sympathetic communication with each other. Your minister might be able to help. Many are well informed on intimate family problems. He might help you find Student loans total increases OTTAWA (CP)-Loans totalling $85.3 million to 122,588 students were authorized between July 1, 1970 and March 31 this year, the finance department reported today. In the comparable period in 1969-70 loans totalling $77.2 million were made to 118,638 students under the Canada Student Loans Plan. The plan provides individual student loans up to $1,000 a year to a maximum of $5,000 with government-paid interest while borrowers are studying full-time. It has been in effect since 1964. a marriage counselor for professional help. The best place to start would be with a doctor, if you can arrange it. 1 would like to emphasize that you do need help. Sometimes it helps just to know that your problem is not unique. In fact, it is downright common. Short of being able to obtain medical or other help, about the best thing I could suggest would be to obtain a copy of Masters and Johnson's "Human Sexual Inadequacy" to study the problem and suggested methods to overcome some of them. Perhaps the mutual project of reading and understanding the book along with sympathetic understanding, would help the two of you to overcome your problem. Work begins on Alberta pulp mill GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) -Proctor and Gamble Cellulose Ltd. officially began construction here on an $80 million kraft pulp mill which is to employ 1,000 persons. The mill, located on the banks of the Wapiti River nine miles south of here, will be capable of producing 600 tons of fine kraft pulp a day. It is expected to have an annual payroll of $4 million. Completion is scheduled for July, 1973. The company, a subsidiary of Proctor and Gamble of Cincinnati, will draw logs for the mill from eight million acres of tim bcr land just south of here. Mostly lodgepole pine will be used. Rights to the land were granted by the Alberta government The federal government provid ed a $12 million incentive grant for the project. A brief ceremony marking the start of construction was attended by Premier Harry Strom and Federal Agriculture Minister H. A. (Bud) Olson. No French papers PARIS (Reuter) - French men went without their daily newspapers Thursday because of a strike by newspaper printing and technical workers to back an over-all union cam paign to reduce the French retirement age to 60 from 65 years. STOCK RACKS SPECIAL . . . $160.00 Pits all standard AJM The bkkUng: Boat* Wert North East l NT Pass 2 � Past 3 Past 4 JN CHEMISTWTOVkfV TUMBLIWIIDS-By TOM K. RYAN NiY, my! leave me look AT \0U'se, SNO0KIE, PEARl imagine! MB my priwer: 12 ybars olvi AH 121 PAT MAGIC AGE WHEN PA Lit m STAN'S POISEP UPON PA AWESOME PRINK 0' RX)0ER1YHOOPj SCON, ME ChUBVOUSB WILL PEA APUWi AIN'T PAT WUNNERFULL?! S-Z7 S3 BLONDII-By Chic Young JUST GRUNT I IN A WWILa\| SO SMEU. , KNOW H .THEWS ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I ePOOGHTA HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne WHJE3E ARE VOU SOiNGT YOU'RE NOT PUT71NC* J YES, AW/THING BACK/ , AM' 5-27 SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal (BUT US MUCH TOO PAR FB0M W WORK I BUGS BUNNY [HELLO/ SYLVESTER k ^WHAT CN X PO ' FERYA? UNFORTUNATELY, FINANCIAL. 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