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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: Please be the referee. Freddy's parents have been divorced for three years. We plan to marry this summer. I think Freddy's dad should be invited to the wedding. He says it would make his younger brothers and sisters very uncomfortable. They have not seen their dad in a long while and my finance thinks it might be a traumatic experience for them if he showed up at the wedding. The kids range from 10 to 15 years of age I think it's time they accepted the realities of life. Their dad lives in this town and they can't duck him forever What do you Conn. Dear Dan: Never mind about me. What does Freddy's mother say? Is there a new wife? Would she be welcome? Was it a scandalous divorce or an amiable one? Before I could give an intelligent answer I'd have to know a lot more than you've told me I suggest the clergyman who is to perform the ceremony be the not Ann Landers. Dear Ann Landers: Recently a woman wrote to say she just hated her job, but she didn't have the nerve to tell her boss she was quitting. Her whole life had been that way. She couldn't face unpleasant situations. She always had to cop out by writing a note or sending the message via someone else. You said "To keep moths out of the felt in your piano, fasten bags of moth crystals inside the piano at each end and let them hang close to the wood Do you honestly think that advice will help her9 Laughing Dear Still: Typesetters are only human and humans make mistakes Occasionally something odd crops up in newspapers, and that was certainly one of the oddest. Dear Ann Landers: I am sick and tired of people who write to you with problems of depression. They describe Be wary of poisoning in summer A booklet of hints and war- nings on summertime food poisoning has been issued by the health protection branch of the Canadian health and welfare office. The booklet, which is available through the educational services office in Calgary, lists case histories of picnic, barbeque and party food poisoning, all of which could have been avoided through proper food handling. Featured is a list of usually safe and potentially unsafe their feelings of insecurity, their black moods, apprehension and suspicions. Most of them are confused, angry and suicidal. You encourage them to seek professional help. Talk to a clergyman. Get counselling. See a psychiatrist. Why in the world don't you tell them the truth7 The real cause for 95 per cent of the depressed, suicidal, miserable, unmotivated people in this world is that their diets are deficient. Just as a car needs fuel to keep running, the human body needs vitamins, minerals and protein. Most doctors don't know anything about nutrition because in medical schools they dwell on sickness instead of health-. They teach physicians how to cut people up and fill them full of pills instead of suggesting that they eat nutritious food to combat illness and build energy. I am a perfect example of a person who has found good health through good In Pittsburgh Dear Pep. I agree that good nutrition can make a whale of a difference in how a person feels. The body and the mind are in very close alignment. But, vitamins, protein and minerals will not help dispel deep depression, nor can they cheer up a person who is suicidal Medical schools do teach nutrition, especially since obesity has been linked with the biggest killer, heart disease. (Weight Watchers gave Harvard a generous grant to do a study on nutrition recently.) But it's a well established fact that the person who eats a balanced diet doesn't NEED store bought vitamins or any of those other widely touted supplements that make millions for the people who sell them. And, friend, if you get an attack of appendicitis, please call your doctor, not your grocer or your druggist. If peritonitis should set in, you'd be in deep trouble. Dear Ann Landers: I felt sorry for those parents who had to watch their gluttonous Ph.D. son heap enormous portions on his plate and then finish everybody's leftovers. Small wonder he was 120 pounds overweight. That man's problem is the same as alcoholism, only his weakness is food instead of drink. I had the same illness and learned how to arrest it through Overeaters Anonymous. We find out what's eating us that makes us overeat. I lost 80 pounds in the program and gained my self-respect and peace of mind. The address of the national headquarters is: Overeaters Anonymous, 2365 Westwood Blvd. Los Angeles, Calif. 90064. Thanks Ann. You might change a lot of lives today. New Me. Dear Yon: Since Overeaters foods which require careful Anonymous has a strong handling and storage. The booklets may be obtain- ed by writing to 30 Com- monwealth Building, 9912 106 St.. Edmonton. religious tie-in, it might not work for everyone. But I've heard from readers who swear by it. Thanks for writing. Conservatives see 'country club' atmosphere Golden wedding Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Litchfield of Raymond will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house for friends and relatives, to be held Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. in the relief society room of the Raymond Stake House. No gifts, by request. The couple are early settlers of the Raymond area, with Mr. Litchfield arriving in 1902, and Mrs. Litchfield shortly after. Both will be 80 years old this year. They have two children, Norma Smith of Raymond, and Douglas of Salt Lake City. There are eight grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. All family members will be present at the celebrations except for a grandson in South Caro- lina. 50th anniversary The family of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Wilde will hold an open house in honor of their parents on their 50th wedding anniversary. Friends and relatives are asked to visit with them at the home of Albert L. Nelson in Mountain View, Saturday, June 29 from 2 to 6 p.m. No gifts, by request. Teacher threatened with breach of contract VICTORIA (CP) Refreshed after a night in a hotel, teacher-protester Ingrid Blanchet returned to her vigil on the steps of the legislature, denying she had been in need of medical care earlier in the week. Security guards and health minister Dennis Cocke had been worried about her condi- tion after a 13-day fast and had arranged for a medical check-up at a hospital. Clay Perry, the minister's 416-13th Street North Phone 327-7449 As a special introductory offer ALL METAL PHOTO FRAMES OFF! 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