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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IP THE IETHBPIDGI HERALD Friday, April 21, 197? __ Mental, physical develop nient aided by proper food habits Hy TVIUC llr'riilil Stuff Writer Tiio iiutiiuon sessions, joint- ly by home econo- tlie r mcnti. in WVIT Held Thursday at vie Sports Centre. speakers were Or. Meitiuer. Or. Ken Cle- KUzaheth Donald anci Dr. Hawrysh. During liH' morning talks, ]i- CU'nH'nti. rneclicat officer of health for Medicine Hilt, spoke on the need for an an- hi the clt'liveriiiL medical care." He snifl that there were the effect of chronic disease. velopment stop, and are not Dr. Cteincnli said thai there started again." was a "lark of knowledge of Tho greatest need lor protein how to live, that can be: is during (lie most rapid per- changed." He said it was im- portant to be taught the risilit id home, and la tho He explained the beginnings of a headstart program which was set up in Medicine Hat. and the results of n survey of young mothers which showed few had received training and education in proper nutrition. "It showed something was ob- "stute of crisis in viously wrong, when they (the participants) can'l feed them- iod of human learning, from birth lo the age of six. Dr. dementi said that if Hie. child is unable to learn at this time because of improper fUet, "he is damned for the rest of his life." He said that in a community there must he an "integration of helping services" and an ef- fort to cease the duplication o! services. He said there is a need for a 'healthy informed population many iTusuns for this state of crisis to exist, and specifically staled difficulties encountered the school child who has lackeil previous treatment (or Biitlitury, visual and speech de- fects: the rate of mental and family breakdown. Hie effect of Ihe present welfare rate, and selves, let alone the ho which will be able to cope with the rapid changes happening today, and evaluate their soid. Dr. dementi went on to say that proper nutrition and pro- tein intake is essential for growth and development of thft human hrain. "Protein is mainly needed as a nutrient." he said, "if it is not there, certain stages ot de- LEISTER'S Campus Corner PAT SCIUNDOU Spring (ever has hit Chur- chill! How can you lell? Well, just peek into the classrooms and see half of the seals em- pty. I suppose it's the anticipa- tion of the coming summer that makes people so restless eiai speakers he in atten- dance. After the banquet, it's back to Churchill for the dance and Grand March. And. after that well I'm sure it needs no publicity! Plans are shaping up for our Fashion Show to be held on May 24. Tliis year's theme is a choices." Dr. dementi said that to "prevent people from being sick, we should teach them properly and in so doing cut down on institutional costs." Afternoon sessions featured Dr. Elizabeth Donald, w It o spoke on the value of using ani- mals in research projects for determining nutrition require- ments and effects on humans. She said that the use of ani- mals in research projects is extensive and the results arc indications of possible effects in humans. The greatest problem in this line, is the validity of trans- ferring applicable data from animal to human. Dr. Donald said that the con- cern of the researcher extends to nourishment effects on tho unborn child. i This concern extends to nour- ishment of the pre natai, post- natal child, the nursing child and all the imnlications of pro- tein deficiency. anc o. town out Chapter, Beta Sigma rhi. held a preferential lea at the boine of Mrs. Jan Tail. Him- oicit j'.uesls were Mrs. Miner. Mrs. Cathy l.augston, Mrs. Alvena Unick. Special picsls wore Mis. .loan Robin- IMH Mrs. frliidvs Simons, and girl' cf the year. Mrs- (.righton. Pouring honors wero shared by Mrs. .lean Vole and Mrs. Cluirlene Forrest. Miss .Ic.-inilyn Unpaid, a city nurse r.t Si. Micliail's Ceneral Hospital, left recently for tho I'liillipincs on a two monlh visit. A riespi'dida parly was given in her honor and was high- liAllied a Filipino folk danco performed by Helen Weets, Josie t'e Fernandez mil Aidu Bavona. N. Fernandez and Wccts closetl the affair with a vocal rendition of Daliil Sa lyo. Be- cause of You) to the delighl of IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN ll's do-or-dio lime for students at the Lethbridge Communily College as Iliey labor over final examinations. The testing began on Mon- day and most will be over by today. Meanwhile, counterparts ot the University of lelhbridge are i same boat this week. their PUBLIC BiNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. liust to change The lODE's power was in the vast outpouring of energy by its members. However, the order REGINA (CP) an age of instant communication, women's liberation and great technological change, the Im-1 would have to change by elimi- perial Order of the nating of the Empire must adjust to change, Reginac Tail of Toron- to, national president of the or- der said here. "It is a vexing probelm that some ceremonials and restructuring committees. Mrs. Tail said the problems of today stand as a continuing "challenge to Ihe volunteer ef- fort of Canadian women." CASH ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13ih St. and 6th Avc. N. FRIDAY, APRIL 21st 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8lh Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW Persons Under 16 Yean Nol Allowed SPONSORED BY 51. BASIL'S MEN'S ClUB and fun-loving. iivelv Herc Comes the Sun and Fun and music lovers were mrs. Barrett, Churchill's fah- in for a real treat last night, April 20. Our annual Folk Fes- tival was staged and, as usual, it was quite a success. Musicians from all over Southern Alberta took part and a sincere thank you is extend- ed to all of them for helping make the show what it was. a With bike riding, all the rage these days, it would certainly be nice to own a hrand new ID-speed, wouldn't it? Raffle tickets for the bike are avail- able now and the draw will he made on April 28. This is another graduation function and support is really needed. The first step towards elect ing a new student's council was enacted recently. Twenty- four new grade-group chair men were elected in their res pectivc grade groups. These chairmen are a very vital part of our students' coun- cil mainly- because they repre- sent a smaller number of peo- ple than do the officers of the council. Our interest lies in humans. what we are trying to do today he gone tomorrow or yesterday.- ic and dress teacher, has again undertaken the enormous ask of co-ordinating the show Pat Tanaka is to be the stu- dent coordinator, in charge of many of the details. There are many disappointed students around the school Jiese days. They are the tiO or so members of the French Tra- vel Club and their disappoint- ment is understandable. A fabulous trip to France, planned for this summer, is not to be. Although the kids earned a large sum of money to help defray costs, tiieir application j for a grant was turned down by the government. It's a shame that govern- ment people fail to see the cultural and educational advan- tages of a trip like tiiis. Understanding French culture could have been a vital step in the comprehension of our own lense Canadian English-French relationship. With t he Provincial "B" Girl's Basketball trophy resting j in Churchill's showcase, athle-1 and we turn to animals for the j answers where there is a con- 1 even gone trolled she said. she told delegates to the annual convention of Dr. Zenia Hawrysh of the University of Alberta spoke on the many new types of con- vcnience foods, j She sairt the foods that are j available to the homemaker on the market now represent sav- j ings in cost, quality and time. "The focus is on newer foods I anrt new production she snid. Dr. Hawrysh said the con- I vcnience foods are so called I hecause of the "services added to basic foods to save prepara- tion time at home." This suggests more ami !jet- tics, for the girls at Icasf, have ter student to- student conn- j ground almost lo a halt. Some cil contact anil this is what floor hockey is played every student council aims for. and golfing is the next sport to Voting day for general coun- come up, ell positions is May 3. The hoys are still playing a hit of basketball, mostly one- i The big day In the lives ot all grade twelve students is not far away. That event we have all been rushing along for the past 12 years, 5s set to go on Saturday, May 13. Plans are finalized and here are how things stand. The ceremonies and banquet are combined this year and, for the first time, will he held at the El Rancho Motor Hotel. The ceremonies will precede Uie banquet am! several spe- on-one, in a competitive fash- ion. A special note of congratula- tions is extended to Ken Naka- m a and All an Harrold who were named to the Southwest Zone All-Star Basketball team. Two more good reasons why our Bulldogs enjoyed a good That about wraps things up for now more news anc views In five weeks. COMING EVENTS KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAl APRIL 21 to APRIL It SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION FINAl CONCERT MAY 1 MENTAl HEALTH ASSOCIATION PRESENTS "GOLDEN REFLECTIONS" SUNDAY, MAY 7. P.M. NOW AT LEISTER'S K-TEL POP HITS odverlind on T.V. Original Srnfi _ tofeit Hilt 20 HEAVY HITS VOLUME I With Tommy James, Mclanift, Janil Joplin, etc. 20 POWER HITS VOLUME II Redbone, The Bells, The Ratden, 3QQ Limited quanliliel .___ .77 (Mail odd 50t pottage) ALSO MODEL 25 RODGERS POWERTONE SNARE DRUMS Special 99.50 ecrch LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE LETHBRIDGE love is... '1-6 some- thing I fir him in- stead of tralchhig TV. tne or- der's Saskatchewan chapter. The IODE, she snid, must span the generation gup be- cause more than half of Can- ada's population is under 25 years of age. Let us invite women of 20 to -10 years of age to join our chapters. We need young wom- en to transpose their energy, new look and ambition into the order." SIMPSONS-SEARS Social Secretary Week OTTAWA (CP) ies across Canada win hold their 2Ist annual secretary week April 23-29, the National Secretaries Association a n- nouncetl Wednesday. The pur- pose is lo recognize the role ot the secretary in business, in- dustry, government ami educa- tion, the association said. CRASH MEETING SAO PAULO. Brazil (AP) Two taxis collided and the pas. sengers turned out to be hus. barrl and wife. The man was en route to pick up his wife at her mother's home and she taker, a taxi to return. had courses j Two courses for persons tn- i terested in social welfare cases j will be offered in Lelhbridgr: (his fall hy Hie University of Calgary Division of Continuing Kducation. Both courses arc part of a program leading to a Bachelor of Social Welfare degree. They are designed for those already working in the field, who wish to complete their degree. They are intended to he taken by the social worker for credit, but may also he taken i a non-credit basis. Professor Andrew Armitage of the U of C School of Social Welfare will he in Ix-thbridjje to interview prospective stu- dents for these courses on Tuesday, April 2.1 from 3-3 p.m. at the f.elhbddge Family Ser- vices, 1120 7th Ave. K. Appointments should be made in advance hy phoning 327-572-1. For those unable lo mref with Mr. Armitage. further in- formation may be obtained from Mr. Morris U of C Division of Continuing Education, Calgary 44. Summer Magic... At Under Summer happy prints. Washable, wnar- nble stylos. tOW prices. All add up la a "buy" you can'f afford lo miss! A. Flattering sun dress big beautiful f prints. R. Sporty, open-necked smasher Smarl abstracts. C, Classic wear everywhere shiit Muted summer prints. All of hand Sizes 10-18 the Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how quickly one j slender more graceful carves; if i may lose pounds of unsightly fat I reducible pounds n nrl inchea of jtn ur own home. 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