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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD Monday, October 1971 Your horoscope By Dixon currents, needless duplication 'for a fresh start. GKMINI (May 21 June Tl'KSIIAY. Oct I'onr hinlitlay toilaj: Cur- i if you let il. Afternoon darily rent expectations should be j puts you at special dvantage high. Critical testing of your abilities and the reality of your plans comes quickly so that the lirst three monlhs are full of incidents, make-or- brrak opportunities. T h e n your year jellies to steady upward development. Today's natives understand the need for persistent hard work, pre- fer to so that their share is largely Ihe thinking ami planning. Ail IKS (.March 21 April 191: Impulse move? everybody this morning including some who be your end of the slick will enough to manage. LlllltA (Sept. 23 Gel. What may seem to be interven- tion turns out lo he novel sort lion allows; be ready lavs, interruptions. C.VN'CKH (June 21 July Clearance activity should b e your main concern. Get rid of useless belongings, equipment serving no purpose; abandon failing ventures. (July 23-Aug. Long- term plans arc not yet track ible more groundwork needs Declutter your will make them better. CAPRICORN (ijcc. 22 Jan. See the moment of rela- tive austerity i n persepctive Realize that better times and higher achievements are earn- ed b y hard work and thrift1 Change is on the way. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Kr-b. 181: Reason and system enjoy a great deal ntul rebound with a field day. For once every- i: I even stronger motivation and thing seems lo work smoothly, (.morale. PISCES (Feb. March SAMTTAIHUS I.Nov. Review your position and make Concentrate on the reasons I an added touch lo improve or why Ihings are as they are! defend it. Everybody else is and what you plan to do that I watching to see how you thrive. Pause antl look about you rath- of help. There's more to any er than depend on the skills silualion than you imagine, and alertness of others. Work SCOIIPIO (Od. Nov. as nearly alone as your situa-; Setback is or should be a rare for aren't due lo slir. Kecj: of what's happening; do as lit- to be done, tie as your situation allows schedule, until ymi get the whole picture. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. TACI1CS (April .May i Just slaying abreast of current Morning action runs into cross-. developments and carrying ical problems J6UE55 WHO'S VISITING HERE WITH ME. IT'S THAT UEIRP LITTtE WP FROM Wftf DON'T TOU COME OVER? I'M 6ETTINS HA, rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN 1 get checkup LAWRENCE E. L M. D. EDMONTON (CD Nation- al policies and the federal gov- Alcohol blamed for impotence thcy wi'l tion of doctors." the educa- CONTEiN...... SUBJECT Asked whether Canadian medical colleges p r e p a r ed l.amb I am to selective impotency with the j may Ilccrj to be faced on a na- difficult problem u-ife, providing additional basic tional scale, he said in an in- ernment's role in health wi get a checkup during tho next three days, Dr. John First- brook, executive director of the j enough doctors to meet Can- I Association of Canadian Mcdi-; ada's needs, Dr. Firstbrook cal Colleges, said here. j said this "was a contentious j Health has always been a j provincial responsibility, b u t some problems and solutions that may affect all my future for hostility and resentment. tervicw prior to (lie opening of happiness. I am in love with a Then there is the problem 39-year-old man who has an j where a man may love a wom- impotency problem. He over- j an too much or idolize her. came alcohol and ended up j This attitude combined with a with this one. He won't see a j built-in idea that sex is dirty doctor. Is this a mental state or will i! last all of his life? What can T do? Dear This is a fair- ly common problem. Probably much more common than is generally realized. Impotence makes it impossible for him to "degrade" his loved one. Most of the psychological problems causing impotency can be overcome. It may take professional help though and that means seeing a psychia- during "chronic alcoholism is trist. Sometimes understanding usually part of Ihe picture but will go a long way toward re- tire problem may disappear lieving the problem or crossing when the alcohol is discontin-! 'he initial hurdles, ued. I have answered your letter Most often tlie problem is because this is such a terrible psychological and usually the j problem for ils victims and psychological barrier is fear of! cheats many people of the abil- failtire This strikes dc-ep at a ily to enjoy a normal life with i man's concept of masculinity normal emotional experiences. although it lias very little to j Many people are caught help- do with it and his fear over- lessly in its grip, not knowing comes his capacity to perform, where to turn and imagining In other situations he may have all sorts of things about each appropriate evidence of normal i other usually not true. a joint annual meeting with the association of Canadian Teach- ing Hospitals. "We are primarily communi- cations Dr. Firstbrook .said. "We can't set policies, but we do set national guide- lines." The ACMC i s primarily concerned with the education of doctors, the Ottawa physi- cian said, but will also look at the education of others who give health care, including nurses, dentists and other hos- pital services. "We have to take into ac- "NOVELTY'' MEANS "SOMETHING- BLONDIE-By Chic Young subject" and would probably get a good airing during the meeting. "Some experts say we are and some, equally experts, say j that we aren't." "Some say that it is a ques- tion of distribution that if there were fewer in the urban areas and more in rural and remote areas, we would have enough." Canadian medical schools turn out about one-half of the doctors lhat are qualified and licensed to practice in Canada. Unqestionably if Cana d i a n immigration authorities stop- ped letting doctors into Canada or if other countries stopped letting doctors they have trpK ed emigrate, then there would not be enough put out by the count changes in these because I schools, Dr. Firstbrook said. function, such sleep. The big during his hurdle here is The best simple discussion 1 have read on this problem re- j overcoming fear, and the first j rently is ln the chapter on Im- step is understanding just how common this is and realizing that a lol of things about sex in man are learned, not pro- vided by instinct. A common cause of impo- tency in marriage is long standing hostility and resent- ment between the partners, leaving animosity, anger and hate, hardly the environment for successful and satisfactory emotional relations of any type. Sexual withholding within a hostile marriage may soon lead potejice in Dr. Hastings' new book A DOCTOR SPEAKS ON SEXUAL EXPRESSION IN MARRIAGE (Little, Brown, 34 Beacon St., Boston. You might order a copy and read it: I think a lot of people would benefit from this frank, authoritative discussion. Using Dr. Hastings' words. "Man is not bom with a knowledge of how mate. He must cither be taught or learn slowly through trial and error. What is learnable is teachable." Summer, winter stars Andy sends a complete 20- velume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Linda Kcber, age It. of Roseville, Minne- They are Gemini (lie Twins sola, for her question: and Virgo the Virgin, Libra- Why dn the summer and winter the-Scales and Aquarius the- constcllations change? Water-Carrier. This question makes a pair As the earth revolves on its with the one last week about yearly orbit around the sun, its SLONDIE, WILL YOU ME A LITTLE SNACK I WHILE I WATCH TME BALL GAME? OLIVES, SOME ANCHOVIES, J A PIECE OF PIE AND A ROOT BEER 10-4- BEcTtE Mort Walker >MIAT ARE DO OK LI L ABNER-By Al Capp the constellations that do not change with the seasons. The summer and stars are related to the rotation of the spinning earth. The seasonal tilted axis points its finger around the zodiac. This circle of constellations parades over the night sky with the changing seasons. So do starry circles on j stars are related to earth's ro-1 both sides of the zodiac. The Uition. plus its orbital path' stars that shine at night in GOREN ON BRIDGE -ward move by you is jus BV CHARLES II. GOREN Itf 1971- The Chicago Trlboncl BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. South, vulnerable, vou hold: vA106.U 4-12 Tile bidding has proceeded: North East Soui1- West 1 0 Pass 1 Pass 3 Pass n '3 Pass 4 Pass 1 What do you bid now'. rhis- 15 the JOCHMI .step. A rebid of four hoarls Mould be rianger- Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: VA80A10S7532 J.J5 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 hearts, y that over three deduce that he. d power'ul two Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: S 6 3 0 A r, 2 A K Q .1 9 8 2 The bidding lias proceeded: North ICast South Wi'st Pass Pass; 1 JL Pass 1 Pask of .chine for South, Vulnerable, you hold: AAQ OKS7B Pass; What do you hid now? spades. This hand tta? mieroseopieally short of an im- mediate jump .shift response and as such merits very stronR treat- ment. Oo hands of Ihis (.treniitli the proper proccdurR Is to hie! suits- twice and toco raise; partner. There is only a SItHht jisk partner will take this- as Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: