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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Abby off mark on sex question By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: You are very perceptive, and your responses show a wonderful understanding of the human condition. However, your response to "Doing Nicely Without,” the lady who had no interest in sex but had a good marriage anyway and wondered why, was unfair in my opinion. Your response, "Maybe he gives at the office,” was flip. It neglected to take into account that not all men are sex-starved, and her husband may have been perfectly content without sex. She didn’t say she denied him, only that she’s not interested. If she participates out of love, while not physically inspired, what greater act of love can there be? And to place even a shadow of suspicion where none existed is unkind. While the lady may not know what she’s missing, my advice would be, "If it works, don’t fix it.” Please Abby, don’t let one wet noodle outweigh the many bouquets you deserve for the great work you do. TRUDY HUNT DEAR TRUDY: Thanks, I needed that. RegretaMy I assessed the letter as a puton, I responded in kind, which came off as very un-kind to many irate readers who took it seriously. Mea culpa. Mea maxima culpa! DEAR ABBY: First let me assure you that I am not some kind of a nut or weirdo. I am an unmarried male college professor in need of some information that, believe it or not, I cannot find anywhere else. From my earliest recollections I have felt that my body did not match my psyche or emotional responses. In other words, I have all the feelings, instincts and desires of a woman. I hate to use that old cliche, “I feel like a woman trapped in a man’s body,” but nevertheless it expresses exactly how I feel. I have never had any homosexual tendencies, and the sexual experience I have had with women have been very unrewarding. Living as I am in the wrong sex has become increasingly tormenting, and now I want to have a sex-change operation, but I do not know where to begin. Where is this operation performed? (How much does it cost?) Because I do not want to have such information coming to my residence or office, I hope you will help me through your column. It may help others who also want to know. Thank You. ANONYMOUS AND GRATEFUL DEAR ANONYMOUS: Write to: Janus Information Facility, 1952 Union St., San Francisco, Calif. M123. DEAR ABBY: I an a meter reader for the Mississippi Power Co., and I am appalled at the number of homes I have come across that have no numerical identification (no house numbers). My concern is that the occupants may need the police, fire department or an ambulance, and how are they ever going to get the help they need if there are no numbers on their house? Please print this. It may wake up some folks and save their lives. JR. DARNELL, PASCAGOULA, MISS. Country singers to get stars WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) - Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and Barbara Mandrel] — bright lights on the country music scene — will have bronze stars in their honor outside the Capitol Music Hall in Jamboree U.S.A.’s new Walkway of the Stars. Fifty musicians are to be permanently honored with stars embedded in the walkway, said J. Ross Felton, vice president and general manager of Wheeling Broadcasting Co., sponsor of the walkway. The first 50 were limited to performers associated with the Jamboree U.S.A. concert series, celebrating its 50th anniversary Oct. 15, Felton said Monday. The concerts are broadcast live once a week by radio station WWVA, located in the music hall. Other stars picked from hundreds of nominees were Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Charley Pride, Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty and Mel Tiilis, Felton said. New Braunfels Herald Ze/tung T uesday, September 20, 1983 Marmaduke Nightlife On area screens Brauotex Theatres, 290 W. San Antonio — Hercules (PG)and Mr. Mom (PG). Show time 7:30 p rn. Cinema IAI!, Walnut Square — Jaws 3-D (PG). Shows at 7:15 and 9:15 each night. Also Deathstalker (R). Shows at 7 and 9 each night. In area clubs Wolfgang’s Keller, 295 E. San Antonio Knight at the piano. Bill BRONCO’S J Lf] 11 111 35 Cd McQueeney I xii ( t>urI\ Jrrl ( enter    t*25-8133 = COMAL BOWL OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGERS st OLDFASHIONED PRICES 5 for $3.49 MUNG THIS AD FOR ONE FREI ORDER OF FRIES NO TWO LIFESTYLES APE ALIKE ...WHICH IS WHY NO TWO KITCHENS SHOULD BE ALIKE. Because everyone's lifestyle is unique - with unique needs and tastes - Wood-Mode offers only custom-built kitchen cabinetry, designed to meet the requirements of each customer., perfectly. Come see our display of fine Wood-Mode cabinetry. 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