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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednnddy, January 31, 197] THE LFTHBRIDCE HERALD 17 Golden wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hudscn will celebrate their 50lh wedding anniversary with an open house To be held on Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Friends are invited to call. No gifts, by request. de Jourdan, pholo Ann Landers DEAR READERS: This be the longest Confidential 1 have ever printed. It misht take up fee entire column. It is intended for those who told me I was wrong when I said there is no scientific evidence that a woman who has never been Dregnsn: can breast-feed a child. You men read- ers out there who have no interea in the subject can E'idp Ann Landers today. Go look at the sporU page. The mail was fascinating. I did no; hear from even one woman who sid she had dene it. I riM hear, however, from dozens of women who said her neighbor had done it. her cousin had done a lady a: La Lw'ne League knew o! sis women who had done it. and one man said his uncle had done it. It is easy to understand why an adoptive mother fervently wish to believe that her own milk is sustaining her chili The psychological as as the physiological benefits c! breast-ieecing are well known. La Leehe League has done t superb job of disseminating information on breast-feeding and is to to commended for the help it has given new mothers. But ihe are as follows: There is no existing scientific evidence that a woman who has never been pregnant can successfully nurse a child, Dr. Michael Newton, a reputable and well-respecter! physi- cian who disagreed with me, was good enough to speak -with and write to two of my principal consultants. Both physi- cians high regard for Dr. Newton's credentials. But after following up on Dr. Newton's Us of the conclusion was unanimous I quote Dr. John P. Merrill, for 05 years a professor at Harvard Medical School: "Dr Newton's suggested material has not turned up any scientific documentation that lacta- tion is possible in a woman who has not been pregnant. I did no: research "Primative Cultures 1940" or "Experiments in Animals. since I do not believe they are pertinent. I noted that of the ten women mentioned by Dr. Newton be did no: personally observe any one of them.'' j Pieaders have sent me cuppings and phonographs 0- adop- tive mothers ''nusing1' their babies. Anyone who read one j particular story should have caught the gimmick thai has misled so many peope. It is called the I The Lad-Sack is a pouch that contains the baby's for- mula. Attached to the sack is a tube which the mother slips down alongside her breast. The end of the rube goes into the baby's mouth, along with [he mother's breast. This is called ''supplemental feeding." A doctor v hose n.--nie appeared in t'tre article said on the phone. "I personally witnessed s fluid coming out of the adoptive mother's breast." When asked if he was sure it was nilk he repLed. "I haven't gotten around to analyzing it." Dr. Cornelia Charming. known endpcrinologist and professor at the Urnersiiy of Pitisb'jrgh Medical School, said "I have seen no proof that an adoptive mother can brenst-feod a chi'.a. Newspaper feature stories camot be re- garded as scientific documentation." Dr. Marrnorston. distinguished endocrinolo-ns! and c'arucal professor oi medicine at the University of Southern California Medical School, invited me to quote her "in unequivocal 'Dr. Marrnorston also ?crves on the staffs of four is senior atienoing physician at the world's L-jcest hospital, Couitty General in Los AngelesX Dr. Manr.nrslon had its to say: "Ii 15 not possible for a woman who has never been pregnant to breast-feed a child. I ask- ed several physicians if they had ever heard of on au- thentic case, and not one of them do they be- lieve it can !v core." Woman's Whirl Rosemary Daulton, 20, a colleen from Dublin has become the first women to held a regular British sea- men's certificate. It lock her nine months working en a cruise shin !o qualify for her efficient deckhand ticket. In another nine mcnlhs she'll o'jtomaticaf- ly become a full-fledged mariner an able-bodied seaman. Str struck for women's lib THE BETTER HALF By Barnes DUBLIN (API Kosemary Daulton is striking a blow for women's lib the hard braving shipwreck and storm to beccme an able-bodied sea- man. The lO-year-old colleen from Dublin has become the first to hold a regular British seaman's certificate. It took her nine months, vv.-kzi2 on the 3.COO ton Fred OL'en Tine cruise ship to qualify for her deckhand EDH- ar.other nine months she become an seaman. had yearned to co to sea since she was nine years o'.d. But when she quit school, hardened sea captains retused ta hire her. So she tried her hand at phr.ccrarjy. an.i learned I o fly a Then. years she signed on with the Isle o: Man steam packet ccir.'runy a cock. Her fire: sliip. the Tralee T. .I'.ii1.-. southwest Er.f'.-.nil Doc. P. in r.vuiv.iunous sor.s. She .iround the rest of the crow a a sraal liieiwat for a before the> wvre rer-cuev1 The Tralee Trader's skipper. Captain Not-man Brin. praiseiji her courage. and the Fred Olson Line was convirceil she what it takes in ho a seaman. 'W I How dc I know you re nor a burglar? If VCU'T tc r-) oil >cLf ioldinq mcncy unacr aoor ond ihrn 1 II let you in. Canadian i woman OTTAWA (CPI The cx- li'ri'.-i.l affairs domrtmont has Rit.i C.ldieux of I'.is bwn as llv lo the I'niiod Xalions conimis- tin1 of women. Mrs. Cadunrx. director of so- i action branch of the secre- I.TIV of state department, will Di.Tke lo Iho IN's eor-'o.'.ViC nr.H iMun- t.l (or promotion of i men's riphts. 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SWIFTS BIG S BULK Ib. ,09 99C alue'Village PRODUCE PHONE 338.1751 I CHOICE NAVALS 56 CRISP GREEN STOCKS GRAPEFRUIT 10 TEXAS PINK 48's 10199 APPLES ,.c. .C. MACS 4 QT. BASKET ,39 Case of 96 Roll, I "99 BREAD FRESH BAKED DAILY BAKERY Phone 327-2424 ORANGE BUNS FROM FRESH ORANGES in i LOAVES .99 59' DOZEN BEANS with PORK (Deep Browned) 14 01. tint 3 for Case of 24 6.99 BEETS WHOLE 14 oi. tins Case of 24 5.79 DICED BEETS 14 oi. tins 5 for Case of 24 4.69 MIXED VEGETABLES 14 oz. tins 5 for Case of 24 4.fi9 LIMA BEANS 14 or. tins Case of 24 FACIAL TISSUES WHITE OR COLORED ECONOMY 400. L f 3 CQSP of 36 LOCATED AT THI CORNER OF 13Hi STREET and Mh.AVENUE S. ;