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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'd like to comment on the man who snapped his fingers times in front of a crowd of 390. Tfoe person who wrote to you about this ev- ent went on to say that peo- ple an getting nuttier and nuttier, and wasn't it a shame to waste valuable time doing such a ridiculous, non productive thing? You agreed and added, "Tte 390 people who stood around for three hours and watched him are as loony as be is." (Sorry, I can't quote you exactly be- cause that column is al- ready at the bottom of the Wiry do you tiiink be is nutty, Ann? Haven't you ever beard of a person doing eometUog just for the heck 1 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I disagree with your advice to the fellow who enjoyed put- ting on his wife's wig and panty girdle and high bee's. Yon said he should stay in- side and if that's what it did for him. Why should he stay in- side? Why shouldn't a per- son be able to wear .whatever IK pleases? Who is be hurt- ing? His is supposed to be a free country, isn't it? What about the women who love to put on their husband's clothes? Almost every wife i DEAR ANN LANDERS: Anyone who reads your col- umn for two weeks straight has got to see himself or someone close to him. 2 he doesn't, something is wrong. So please, Ann, do a lot of dimwits a favor and say a word about people who are always dieting. Maybe they will recognize thsmselves and stop boring everyone to death with what they are eat- ing, what they have cut out, how much they weigh and how many inches tfiey have taken off. Just this week, I have had my ear tatted off by three people who insist fiat I lis- ten to their menus and guess how much weight they have lost. Two of these people are on a popular diet that my of it? Must everything be productive? Why can't some- thing be just fun? Once I did jumps on a pogo stick without a miss just to see if I could. I felt terrific after I had accomplish- ed that feat. I say the finger snapper deserves a great big round of applause for thinking of something unusual and doing it. Shame on you for not con- gratulating him. Denver. DEAR DEN: Now that's what I call brotherly a man who did jumps on a pogo stick cheering on the world's champion finger- snapper. Too bad it's against my policy to introduce peo- ple through the column. You two ought io know each oth- er. adores her husband's bath- robe and bedroom slippers. .When my sister was expect- ing she wore her husband's and pajamas the last three months of her pregnan- cy. My mother always wore .my father's sweaters and gloves when she shovelled snow or raked the lawn, and she put on his old straw hat when she did her gardening. Why the big flap about men wearing women's clothes? Who cares these ing It Like It Izz DEAR IZZ: Amen, brother. family doctor says is danger- ous. When I told them, they looked at me as if I were making it up. Tte point nobody realty cares about anybody else's diet. Will you tell them? Feeling Fine, Thank You DEAR FINE: Sony, but you're mistaken. Diets are a fascinating subject. Almost everyone is looking for a way to lose weight without giving up the tilings he loves to eat. Furthermore, the booksellers have teamed that no diet is too far out for the Fat and Lazy Nosber. They'll buy and believe anything except tbe simple fact that the only way to lose weight is to take in fewer calories than you burn up. AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HAll 1234 3 Avt. No JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK Winner of Vancouver Trip f 2 ANN STRAZZA, Coaldale AISO FEATURE GAMES AND FREE CARDS SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE ChiMrm Under Allowed Everybody Welcome LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS let GAME JACKPOT 3th GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER RJNOO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNOf Children moor 1ft not by AmdHevy Divorce kit consultants practise law without license Senior citizens9 queen Retiring queen, Mrs. Goldie Kesler, is shown placing a crown tiara on new queen Mrs. Mary Adams. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization annu- ally runs a queen competition, with the winner named on the basis of the number of new members she has brought in during the year, and the number of raffle tic- kets sold. As queen of the senior citizens, Mrs. Adams was presented with a bouquet of flowers and a gift. She will also ride in the Whoop-Up Days parade. Doctor critical of fad diets KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) The minor details habits are things to watch when trying to lose weight, says Swedish physiologist Dr. Per- Otof Astrand. For example, drinking whole milk instead of skim milk can add four' pounds of fat each year. Taking sugar in coffee aounts to a seven-pound weight increase for a two-cup-a- day drinker. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURs'U p.m. Dr. Astrand, chairman of the department of physiology at the Swedish College of Physical Education in Stockholm, was here for a conference. He said that weight loss is aU a matter of small increments. Dr. Astrand was critical of faddish diets. They achieve rapid weight loss through re- duction of starch and water content of the body. These carbohydrate-free, pro- tein diets were dangerous be- cause they might lead to hy- low blood sugar. Tbe nervous system and brain rely for "food" on star- ches which are broken down to sugars. When there is in- sufficient starch, the body be- gins to break down its proteins which make up muscles. This results in less efficiency, de- pression and hunger. LETHBRIDGE FISH pi WEDNESDAY A GAME ASSOC. W AT PJDI. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS-FRB CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, Mi and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHIIDREN UNDER Weight'must be lost slowly, he said. It takes years to put it on so one cannot expect to lose it in a month. Being 15 to 20 pounds over- weight is not as dangerous a condition as many people be- lieve, unless a person has a weak heart or high blood pres- sure. Dr. Astrand advised a bal- anced diet of about ca- lories a day wMch should in- clude necessary vitamins and minerals. The diet should be combined with a tegular ex- ercise program. Watting just a mile a day will cause a weight toss of 12 pounds hi a year. "Man despite his great tech- nology is a biolocial animal. He needs to exercise bis body." Jsn and out The Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute marching band win leac the Whoop-Up parade Monday, sporting their new uniforms. Complete uniforms, including overlays, will not be avail- able at this time as the supply- ing company has gone on strike It is hoped the hats will arrive as scheduled Twmlay, July 10, THE IETHMIDOE HEtAlD fg ivincf LOS ANGELES (AP) A Dumber of California coupks are undertaking a new do-it- yourself Like many do-it-yourself projects, this method of mar- riage dissolution can come with a complete with instructions. Some couples handle the di- vorce by themselves. But many are turning to a new breed of businessman, the non-lawyer divorce consult- ant. These persons provide assistance to the couple, usu- ally at much lower fees than lawyers demand. In effect, a couple seeking a divorce can complete all the necessary arrangements by purchasing the do-it-yourself kite from consultants. Tbe consultants appeared about the same time as more liberal divorce codes that calendar of local kappeninaA There will be a rummage safe sponsored by the Japanese United Church TICW Wednes- day at 2 p.m. at the church, comer of 9th Ave. and 9th St N. Everyone welcome. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Handicraft Club will meet Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the purpose room of the civic cen- tre. All members and friends are welcome to join in on the craft making and to remain for the pottuck luncheon, The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization. affiliated with the national and provincial association, will en- tertain four bus-loads of senior citizens from Washington, Ida- ho, Montana and Utah this evening at in Gym 1 of the civic centre. Members are asked to attend and make the visitors welcome. Women are asked to donate cookies and squares. have made It relatively easy in many states for consenting couples to end their marriage. Two of the largest com- panies in California which sell marriage dissolution complete package of forms, samples the Wave Project, which has 18 offices, and the California Divorce Council, which has nine. Lee Flmn, one of the own- ers of the California Divorce Council, and Hubert Parker, who opened the council's Riv- erside office, both have mis- demeanor cases pending on charges of practising law without a licence. Flinn also is accused of advertising legal services by a non-lawyer. A similar charge against Parker fiap been dismissed. Charles Sherman, a Berke- ley lawyer who closed his law office to begin Wave Project, acknowledges potential legal problems. "There's a very thin line. he said. "I don't think we've crossed it." Sherman said one way bis workers stay on the legal side af that line is through the use of a book he has written, How to Do Your Own Divorce in California. "Since the book is protected Under the First Anmndmant and was written by an attor- ney, Wave Projects just refer people with legal questions to the book instead of answering those questions Sherman said. Most California eases against eon-lawyer divorce consultants still are pending. In Nevada, a 39-yeat-old hotel engineer was fined last December after being con- victed on eight counts of prac- tising law without a licence.. Del Brandon, 39, had been selling do-it-yourself divorce kits for uncontested cases for However, Clark County Dis- trict Attorney Roy Woofter said be would not have prose- cuted if Brandon merely had sold tbe kits. He said he pros- ecuted because Brandon gave legal advice. Spokesmen for divorce suttant companies agree that their business angers bar as- sociations. "Lawyers are angry be- cause we're taking their candy away and telling people that in uncontested divorces attorneys aren't really neces- sity if people are advised how to fill out the Sherman said. 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