The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania on November 2, 1977 · Page 26
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November 2, 1977

The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania · Page 26

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The Worry Clinic: * 4 ,’ % F V m r ç » “ %» ^ V **#âv Beautiful relationship turns into marital crisis By Dr George W Crane Miriam's sexual crisis confronts thousands of other *ives And it i* one of the chief reasons why middie aged husbands may develop a brief affair with a paramour’ Scrapbook this easel Miriam M55, faces a dangerous sexual crisis. ‘ Dr Crane ” she explained "my husband and I were married eight years ago “It is the second marriage for both of us and it has been very happy For v»e had beautiful sex relationship, at least till about six months ago “Then my husband became semi-platomc and now has lapsed into total impotence. “We have discussed our problem between ourselves and don t know what to do With tears in his eyes, he tells me he wants me more than anything but says he doesn't know why he no longer can function in our boudoir “He works steadily at the office and plays golf Also, he is on a bowling team, so he seems physically very active and energetic. “What can I do to help him solve his problem***’ The usual type of impotence in the male is psychological Even a single deflating episode may render a virile male completely platonic toward who inadvertently may have deflated his sex ego In a previous case you readers may recall my describing an athletic young intern at our Chicago Cook County Hospital. He persuaded a cute nurse to go to a Loop hotel with him one night when they were both off duty at the hospital Admitted: Jeffrey L McCusker. 116 Maplewood Drive. Dougla ssville; Lester N. Dierolf. 336 S He ading Ave . Boyertown: Melaine W Maddona 335 Rattle Snake Hill, Douglassville; Judith A Rose, G-l Myrtle St.; Patricia A Swine hart. High Street; Catharine B Saylor 2132 E High St., Lower Pottsgrove; Irene A Becker, Almont Manor Apa rtments. Boyertown. Re\ Guy R Galloway, 64 N Warren St.: Betty M Rippel. Monocacy Station: Catherine M Grater, 139 N 3rd Ave . Roversford; Cosimo D P e r g o 1 e s e , Norristown; Jodi L Thomas, 431 Grosstown Road Stowe James G Melvin. Douglassville RD 2; Ethel A Kohler 1737 N Keim St Lower Pottsgrove; Mary Wirag 32 E Race St., Stowe; Paul J Davidheiser. Pottstown Star Route; Mary D Gillinger. Barto RD 1; Harry A Geisler, 113 w Moyer Road, Upper Pottsgrove: Heather M. Dampman, 251 High St.; Douglas C Zander. 532 Gravel Pike. Graterford: Elizabeth M. Yanis. 1599 Swamp Pike, Gilbertsville; Raymond Romig, 264 Glen wood Ave.. Lynn M. Kauffman. 1084 Clemmers Mill Road. Schwenksville. Maternity: Mrs Sandra K Pascal, 239 Mervine St.; Mrs. Cindy L Richard. 134 N. Washington St Boyertown. Discharged: Kathleen J. Adamski, 109 Potts Drive; Dennis M Barndt. 38 N. SINGLES NIGHT EARLVILLE TAVERN located on Rt. 562 6 Milos W. o4 Boyertown Easy Ustening Music With RIUNITE II Performing the Top 40s Featuring Karen Allinder ond Marty Bonk TONIGHT 9 p.m. to 12 Mid. RIMBY'S NEW ESHBACH HOTEL OLD RT 100 ESHBACH ( loot for S*qn* \ I Mi N o1 fcKMeltvill« J OPENING WED., NOV. 2nd Serving Cocktails and Snacks •. . Funtime All the Time! LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Friday, Nov. 4 Music 10 to 1 by l.J/S QFFERF/7 TODAY THRU SUNDAY BEAUTIFUL MACHINE-WASHABLE BATHROOM CARPET 5'x6' MG »0*1497 5'x8' WITH LID IN ASST D COLORS REG. S20 FANS' SPECIAL! FIRST QUALITY Reg 4 50 , Ä, Reg ' 3 00 REG. S24 $16 97 BATH 1 97 HAND TOWELS l87 wash 50 97* SHEER CURTAINS 30" 36" 4$" IT 81 $200 ANY SIZE EA. SEfOED VOILÉ PANELS MACHINE WASMABU VALANCES AVAILABLE "COORS BEER" PATTERN 34"i69" MACHINE WASHABLE ZIPPfRlD TO OPEN TO COMFORTER ................................................... REG Sleeping Bags *13 97 $20 - WID. 9 8, THUR. FRI. 9-9, SAT. 9 6, SUN. U-4 3333 Ridge Pk . Eagleville Top of Mile Hill 539 0539 &2IXC2 imn'i‘i:r«i:ii:K lANK AMERICARD MASTER CHARGE LAYAWAY- A good thing comes’round. Roundabouts by Scholl. W/e think Koiind<il>oiits <tre a qood thing. B< ( ause thi*yYe rnadt from v>ft natural k-.itU-r with a cushioned arch for all day support But most important thtn, u' rounded up front for plenty of toe wiyylirig rrxjm Isn’t it time you came’round? GOLDEN TAN BROWN *29.99 Scholl (jack, NORCO MAIL. POTTSTOWN 121/711 *ON Sài 10 . 9 J ♦ Reading Ave., Boyertown; James R. Bauer, 388 N. Charlotte St.; Henry E Brile, iM3 Farmington Ave.; Mary E. Dindino. 1571 Schwenk Road, Art slide lecture set Walter Condit. Philadelphia artist and educator, will present the second in a series of art history slide-lectures at a meeting of the Perkiomen Valley Art Center 8 p m. Nov 8 in the hospitality room of Perkiomen Valley High School A graduate of University of Pennsylvania with both a bachelor and master of fine arts degree, his program will center on the life and work of Edgar Degas. A teacher at the Hussian School of Art, Philadelphia, and Manayunk and Norristown Art Leagues, Condit also studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the Barnes Foundation. The center ill also host its 16th annual membership sow Nov. 19 and 20 in the multipurpose room of Kulp Elementary School, Schwenksville. Works will be received 4 to 8 p.m. Nov. 18 Middle school conference set Perkiomen Valley Middle School will conduct its annual parent-teacher conference night 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at the school. Conferences will be scheduled on a first call basis in an attempt to better accomodate parents. Parents are requested to telephone the middle school to request a conference reseration with a team teacher. Power Plant Inn TONIGHT 10-2 ★ LIVE ENTERTAINMENT * SUGAR CANE TUESDAY IS LACHES NIGHT HlWAY ORIVE-IIM cMfHtC* 4i* ri’) OPEN 7:15—SHOWS 7:30 STARTS TODAY 2 Big Shows why Lincoln warn killed Upper Pottsgrove: Joseph E Favata. Hanover Court Apartments; John P Fronheiser. 358 W. Chestnut St.; Evan N Gressley. Boyertown RD 4: Ivy C. Houck. Pottstown RD 1; Christina L Koch. Barto RD 1; Antonio Luciano. 142 Walnut St.; William C. Marion, 282 Spruce St., Gilbertsville; Craig C. Miller. Collegeville; Richard T. Miller. Douglassville RD 1; Lynn J. Moyer. 1142 South St.; Barbara A, O’Neal. 197 Lexington Road. Schwenksville; William J Owens Sr.. 609 Green St.. Roversford; Nancy L. Schwoyer. 528 West St.; Paul W. Sheetz. 436 Main St., Bally; Ray H. Shirk, Pottstown RD 2; Steven Stanley, 1540 Cherry Lane: Melissa A Schaeffer. 36 E. 2nd St.; Gertrude R. Bauman. 724 Rhoads Ave., Boyertown; Mary I. Sherman. 623 Race St., Stowe; Adlee M Stine, 380 N Hanover St.; John M Yarmush, 417 Center St., Stowe; Martha Escue, Montgomery County Geriatrics and Rehabilitation Center, Royersford. Maternity: Mrs. Ginger A. Witman, 321 Washington St., Pennsburg. Wedding anniversaries SPAGHETTI DINNER Every Wednesday * 2.00 Includes Salad Roll and Butter FLOWING SPRINGS INN Route 100, Pughtown Phone 469-9981 EXECUTIVE ACTION (PG) GILBERTSVILLE FIRE CO. PRESENTS BIG BAND DAY SUN. NOV. 6 3 to 7 P.M. SAM PETERS 14-PC. ORCHESTRA DOOR PRIZES ALL DAY Donation $3 Per Person TICKETS AT DOOR Kirbyuille 3nn Between Reading A Kut/town, Koute 222, Allentown Hike Excellent Food & Cocktails - SP1CIALS WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Baked Stuffed Flounder...............................$5.50 Baked Stuffed Shrimp w/crabmeat . . . . . $5.50 Broiled Asst Seafood Platter ..............$5.50 with Lobster $6.75 Broiled 8 oz. Lobster Tail .....................$6.75 FRIDAY Surf n’ Turf (Lobster & Steak). SATURDAY $6.75 Prime Rib of Beef Gentleman’s cut. $6.50 Texas cut $7.50 SUNDAY Broiled Filet of Boneless Flounder Grilled Chopped Sirloin with onion mgs 4 Fresh mushrooms Baked Ham $075 Your Choice wrth pneappte sauce ea Dinners include Vegetable & Potato Plus regular menu of 40 different items. • NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED • Open Wed., Thurs. 4 to 9 pm; Fri., Sat 4 to 10 pm Sunday 11 am to 9 pm (cocktails at 1 pm) But the very moment they had gone to bed toghether. they were shocked by loud pounding on the door of their room When this young doctor went to the door, he found a bellhop there u tth a bottle of whiskey. It wasn't for the doctor, however, since the bellhop had stepped out of the elevator on the wrong floor and was thus pounding on the door of Room 611 when it was 711 that had ordered the liquor So the doctor slammed the door and bolted it. after which he returned to hi* paramour But he couldn i function with her. just due to his psychological shock! Incidentally, the functional stutterer also may have his former smooth speech interrupted thereafter in any subsequent situation that resembles the one where he received his first humiliation in speaking! And so it was with this young doctor, for he not only was impotent all that night But never could become aroused thereafter even by the sight of the cute nurse who had registered with him at the hotel. Miriam, and thousands of you wives whose former virile mates have grown platonic. fail to realize how you inadvertently caused your husband's impotence For the usual wife automatically expects her mate to be the aggressor in the matter of boudoir cheesecake So she passively waits for him to take the lead in their marital relationship, just as she also follows his lead on thf* dance floor. Alas, she can’t read the turmoil that has been brewing in her husband's mind for many months prior to his lapse into a platonic role So watch for my analysis of her husband s difficulty in Firday's case. Send for my booklet “How To Prevent Impotence In The Male.” enclosing a long stamped. return envelope, plus 25< (Always write to Dr. Crane. Hopkins Bldg., Mellott, Indiana. 47958. enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 25f to cover typing and printing costs when you send for one of his booklets. > HADDOCK S 99 DINING ROOM HOURS: Dally A Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday 11 am to 8 pm BAR OPEN 11 A.M. Pfcone 689-5610 p* —"—-m op—i mmm —ij ; FRESH FROM NFW YORK AND BACK FOR A RETURN ENGAGEMENT The JIM FRIEDMAN TRIO APPEARING: WED. NOV. 2—9:301:00 HUM'S HOW MU 8i. 724 Kenilworth 323 9645 Family Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerstetter, 813 Spruce St., 20 years. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Schwab, Temple Road. Pottstown RD 2, 20 years. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kriczky, 1211 N. Franklin St., 37 years. the WERNER way GRENADIER GUARDS & SCOTTISH GUARDS (Solute to the Queen on her 25th Anniversary) SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1977 $ 13 °° Call 933-7735 for details Philadelphia Spectrum From Pottstown as FOX THEATRES A different kind of... Eves. 7:10 & 9; Sal. 1,2 40.7:10 & 9; Sun. 2. 3 40 7:10 & 9 ... loue story. ciriEnifl N09C0 MALL 323-7770 Evenings 7:05 & 9; Sat. 1,2:50,7:05, & 9; Sun. 2r 3:50,7:05 and 9 FOX N END SHOP CTR 326-0566 Eves. 7 & 9:10; Sal. 5,7:10, & 9:20; Sun. 2. 4:10.7 & 9:10 FOX N. END SHOP CTR. 326-0566 Eves. coni, from 7; Sat. cont. from 5; Sun. Matinee at 2; Eves. 7 Starring HtATHER LEIGH, ClHTtH fOLO GIRL. also Introducing Tha Lad!*« and G*nb*m®n ot Now!

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