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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 I LETHBRItWE HtRAlO Thursday, Apill J, Food Never Safer Says John Munro TORONTO Canada's food supply has never been safer than today, Health and Welfare Minister John Munro told the Grocery Products Manufactur- ers Association of Canada. Mr. Munro said his depart- ment's Food and Drug Direc- 'torate is responsible for en- suring food additives do not present health hazards. "Some 400 additives are now In use in Canada, and each of us consumes each year approx- imately three pounds of chem- icals which have been added intentionally to our he told the delegates. The direc- torate, he added, uses objective scientific facts as well as good judgment in deciding safely in foods and drugs. The minister denied that the decision to phase out the use of cyclcmales was politically iro- For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor Special Dishes To Be Offered At April 18 Tea tivated. He said senior food ana drug officals were in Washing- ton when the United Sales de- cision was made. They con- ferred Immediately with gov- ernment and industry in the U.S., personally examined the resulls of studies, and Mr. Munro acted on their advice. "The health of the.consumer is paramount, and wherever and whenever it has been scientifically established that the presence of a particular food additive may constitute a hazard to health, action musl be taken to restrict or prohibit its use." For the next five years the Food and Drug Directorate wil give high priority to examina lion of new food additives and those in use. Mr. Munro spoke ef the Na tional Nulriilon Starvey to be directed by his department' Food and Drug Directorate. "There are nutritional prob- lems existing in he said. The survey, co-ordinated b; Dr. Z. I. Sabry, professor o nutrition at the University of Specialty items to be dferer] at the delicatessen tea and bake sale sponsored by Ladies Aid to St. Peter and St. Paul's Church, will include ravioli, cabbage rolls, rice sausage ard turkey. The tea be he'd in the parish hall Saturday, April 18, from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. J. Kimdrik assisted by Mesdames P. Chirfci, W. Boy- chuk, P. Pisko, N. Zuback, A. Makarenko and F. Beresnak will convene the sales table. Work table will be convened by Mrs. G. Onofrychuk and Mrs. W. TerlesU. -Mrs. G. Nicolson is convener for the tea. A floral arrangement demon- stration will be by Mrs. Joe Desk of Fracne's Flower Shop at p.m. RUMMAGE SALE by M. f. H. MEWBURN, QBE CHAPTER, l.O.D.E SAT., APRIL 4th a.m.' GYM NO. 1 CIVIC CENTRE Toronto, will estimate the in- cidence of nutritional diseases and disorders in groups of th Canadian population charade ized by such features as geo- graphical location, type of com- munity, anthropometric JKome level, age and sex. It will assess clinical evidence, anthropomet- ric measurements, biochemical determinations and dietary in- takes. It will also identify types of foods and estimate the quan- tity normally eaten by individ- uals in these groups to deter- mine levels of ingestion of nu- trients, food additives, non-nu- tritive substances and pesticide features. Jlore than people will be sampled. Mr. Munro expects the na- tion-wide survey to indiacte se- rious nutritional problems, if and where they exist, and show how to combat them. He 'also saw it revealing how seriously poverty affected the nutritional well-being of Canadians and in- dicating if changes in nutrition- al status'are associated with in- come limitations. The minister said the results would provide JUST for the record, a lot of respect is due Dr. Phone E. Hudkins, a lawyer and economist in the nianpOiVtr admhiistratien of the U.S. department of labor. It takes intestinal fortitude, gall and sheer stupid- ly to come out and say that women are the root of ail evil. 5 mean, there are those who think it a great deal of the time but no one has ever researched the theory enough to be able to make his findings public, despite the threat of frontal attack by hordes of females. Dr. Hudkins has done just that. Oh, he likes women, does Dr. Hudkins, it's just that he is firmly convinced that women are the cause of Mental Depression (he's causing a bit of that him- Dwarfism Crime (picking the old man's Delinquency (teaching the kids to pick the old man's Diabetes (too Homosexuality (not sweet Colds Headaches (more ten and Cancer (that's caused by puff, not fluff, you dummy) all this the world has because women are loo dominant. He doesn't explain why women also suffer from the aforementioned ills which shows he likes to stay within the realm of his knowledge. Dr. Hudkins uses the Bible as proof for his theorj and in turn proves that the Bible is true. Theologians all over the world will thank him for that. He reminds us for instance that in Genesis, Grx advises women that "he shall be your master." Tha a basis for standards. formulating food DON'T STACK GLASSES When storing them, do not stack glasses. H tumblers be- come stuck, don't pry them apart. Just put cold water into the inner glass and bold the outer one in warm water. CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, April 2 STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL. COKNEX llth STREET I ord 7Hl AVENUE NORTH 14 Trt 7- NUMBER JACKPOT IS oth 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 14 12rh 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-iutky Draw JACKPOT-52 Net. or Blackout ALSO FKEl CAtOS, GAMES AND 2'DOOI PtlZB proves his theory and because his theory is righ proves the Bible is right. You can prove anything with that kind of logic. Dr. Hudkins should read the rest of his Bible. Up in Leviticus, women are told that they should make sacrificial offerings of a lamb or turtledove to the Lord every time they bear a child. Does that mean we should all go out lamb hunt- ing? Note that the turtledove is already on its way to extinction. Would the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals take that sitting down? H could be enough to march Uiem all out supporting briefs on abortion and sterilization. Dr. Hudkin's report is not to be taken lightly. He nasn't made it all of it not all of it. He's taken the writings of well-known psychia- trists lawyers, anthropologists, sociologists and other experts.' At least he's taken the ones that agreed with him. Dr. Hudkins would like to see civil rights' acts repealed which provide for equal job opportunities and pay for men and women. He's safe there because .we haven't got them yet: If we did Dr. Hudkins would probably quote that "the Lord giveth.and the Lord 'taketh away" (Job It's been heartening to read of the attitudes of his co-workers. They're embarrassed that he actually came right out and said it all. As a 36-year-old bache- lor he can-get-.away with have torgo home and explain him away to their dearly beloveds. Poor Dr. Hudkins obviously hasn't found a woman who sees anything in him either. _ And, you know, reflecting a moment upon his theory with as much detachment as can be mustered, maybe he has a point. Wasn't it a woman who gavJ birth to him? Why should old Hudkins get off blaming everything on poor old Eve? There sha was trying to do some- thing nice for Adam. He, at least, got to eat the apple. She was just left holding the core. Family Y ?ashion Show On Aprti 8 Fsshkw tar KM, VMM and cbUdna will be show dur- ing Image 70, a fufcioa being presented by OK bridge Family Y, Wnfrlrtiy with shows at 2 p.m. and I P.M. The pod -side show the theme rf 71 Joan Waterfield win be commentator and ramacr if Ina Linterman, YM procraa director. i Y's Mfneties will serve tea and the Lethbridge YWCA dvxnized Swim Club is to per- :orm a water ballet. Models are Hazel Leys, Dalquist, Norma Maclxocs, Elsie Rasmussen, Puhl, Uz WalerfieW; -.mate models, Tom Snell, Pat Rutteo, Mike Sutherland, Manfie WoV- Misses Dana Maelnoes, Patrica del Valle, Rostjyn del Valle and' Master Brian 'Con- nolly. Tickets are available at the ramily Y office. Imperial Women's 'Weir, Sweet Sixteen, Fay's Apparel, Eaton 's, McGuire's Men's Wear, John Black's Men's Shop and Caff, The Shoe Man are providing the fashions. Han- styles will be by Rita's. INDIAN .AID The Unitarian Service Com- mittee finances 46 projects in I n di a including emergency feeding, medicine, education, training, family planning and community development. USC headquarters is at 56 Sparta Street. Ottawa. OLD AND MEW COMPOUNDS) Authentic ontiques, as the old wood-burn- ing stove pictured above right, are intermingled with strings of and mod beads in Lerhbridge'. first boutique which opened today. Spanish wrought-iron draws central attention while leather goods imported from Holy, Spain, France and Israel com: plete the displays. Owner Joe Green says hi s new store, Eve Maranjo World of Shoes; 317 6tti S. will.enter to on age group of t o 66." BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 St. "C" H. Fri., April 3rd Storti P.M.' Doon Opm 5 Cards for Srii owl Camn in 7 Nvmbtn. WORTH Jackpot li, No., Sorry No UnoW 16 Yean It not by LaoW Aid of ami St. rmiKi dnmh. FOE Anniversary .Fraternal Order at Eagles No. JlOO, and the Ladies' Aux- iliary will be celebrating their 43rd and 41st Anniversary, res- Friday, commencing with a pot-tuck supper at p.m. in the Eagles' Hall, for and Auxiliary members and their hwbuxfc and wives and eHtrta only. Two 40-yr. pra, four-15 yr. ADS and a Charter pin will be jresented.' There wffl be bingo and shuffleboard prizes. The dance starting at 9 p.m. a open to the public, including lunch. Refreshments as usual. V, The best friend your home everhadl THANK YOU WORLD Many people try to pass on good fortune'through voluntary agencies such as the Unitarian Service Committee. A cheque for recently arrived at USC headquarters in Ottawa to be used for a polio victim in Viet nam. The contributor wrote, am one of the hicHest of those who have bad polio and recov ered." The MARGUERITE JEWELLERY and ACCESSORIES COLLEGE MALL We are projd lo have become o oC Southern Alberto's fastest growing ihopping community In the College Mall. Plan to attend our Birthday Party lions to be announced letter this month, tn the meantime, please corns In and The MARGUERITE Xing Owner Benjamin Moore INTERIOR LATEX PAINTS Get'ttie frei'of foely, Imely coloi in your home wMi Benjamin Moore Regal Wall Satin. H goes on like breeic, dries lo bualiful finish in one hoar. One out covers most surlitts. That's how ptofesioml decorators achieve "instant You, loo, can bring new beauty and freshness to every room in yoar home. See your neirot Benjamin Mooie dealer... l givt you e jpett jdvice... show you how' easy and delightful it is lo decorate Regil Wall Satin. Keeps teeth clean Cow Bnftd, w i motsteMo tofm it fKOmmenM H I srft, effective my to dm teeth. Out hi i d witer mtkn I Holhira prgte tw sort Ihnut! tot! 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