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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD August 1773 lU iv'ing British dentist i support fluoride LONDON The British Dental Association says it hopes the committee which reported adversely on fluoride effects will submit its finding to an independent medical committee for assessment But the made in a statement by the was met with scorn today by H. A. chairman of the com- mittee of vet- erinarians and scientists which published its anti-fluoride find- ings last week. one independent msdi- cal committee give its findings to another independent msdical hs asked in an in- ''particularly as the BDA has already made it clear which side it is dental association has made clear its disapproval of the anti-tluoride saying that two government reports have endorsed the safety and benefits of fluoride in drinking Mater in combatting dental de- cay who holds a scientific Hegree and runs a clinic for nervous would not taken various partly in- vestigation of all published re- search into fluoride over the last 10 and partly field work by some committee mem- bers. Cook hlmse'i carried put a study of fluoride intake in 600 children the whole coun- and also did research into the effect of fluoride on arth- ritis. In seme he his j evidence is that fluoride con- I tibuted to arthritis. Cook said the committee had not compiled a report but merely published its con- clusions. These included a claim that fluoride only delays the onset of tooth decay in chil- 1 dren for one or two years. i The committee's 'issued to the press Thursday. j a'so said fluoride is undesirable for pregnant women or i ers from certain disorders i eluding kidney and thyroid trou- j i bles. i The British government has j I left it to local authorities to de-' cide to add fluoride to water supplies. Chief pancake flipper The art of pancake making was well demonstrated during the community summer festival held over the weekend. Shown preparing for hungry breakfasters is Clarence give detai's on his study c hich calls itself the Scientific Committee for the Study of Flu- nndation Hazards. He said the members with to remain anonymous Cook said research work had I MQLK CENTRE The homemaker By MARILYN' C. TATEM District Home Economist Buv alreadr canned TORONTO A Toronto i Docs it pay to can and l Every year at harvest homemakers are involved in PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. clay care operating un der a Local Initiative Program is unique in that parents confusing and often conflicting have oontrol of its policy by all i debates regarding the economic being members of the board of directors. Katliy Gallagher. a graduate nurse was re- sponsible for getting the project advisability of preserving foods by canrring and freezing. j what is really good is that par- ents have a say in what their children are and who is teaching UNIT 34 A.N.A.F. EVERY TUESDAY-8 P.M. IN THE CLUBROOMS JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS SI00 EXTRA WITH GREEN CARD NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN CARD Increases and 1 Number Weekly Until Wen 12 GAMES IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS THEN DROPS TO Till WON. Doer Cord each Blue or Brown 50c each. Green key card card may be pur- chased if a player has a door card and at least 4 other blue or brown ALL BINGOS CALLED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY When food is home grown Lhei-e is no problem Home off the en- preserves are economical as courage parents to contribute j well as being more their time and talents. And I But if the food must be pur- the decision depends on the individual homemaker her storage access to stan- family size and demands on her time. It v.ill be worth your to consider all the and es- timate the before making a decision. Some general points It mil cost more to can if 1. You need to buy fruit and vegetables 2. You need to buy jars lit costs more to can in pint sfeal- ers than in 3. Poor technique or storage causes spoilage. 4. Your family can't use the size conveniently. It will cost less to can 1. You produce your own fruits and vegetables. 2. You have all the equip- ment needed and plan to can each year. 3. You have adequate skill and storage space. 4. Your family can use what I you prepare. J The price h especially tow 2 You do not have much slor- age. 3. Shopping is relatively con- I venient and you can take ad- vantage of specials. 1 -1. You are a busy homemak- ET whose time and-or skill can better save pennies elsewhere. 5. Tins are available in sizes that suit your family's needs. Freezing even if they must be is generally more economically than can- ning. It takes less time to freeze than to can. and the pro- duce generally more closely resembles the fresh food. for eronomy First freeze home produce or local produce Consiricr which foods represent the greatest it is poor economy to freeze vegetables which are available at a rea- sonable price all year round. 2. Need you freeze. Do not use your frozen product while the fresh fruit or vege- table is available in your home garden or at mar- ket price. 3. Using every bit of freezer space all the tim-3 represents the greatest saving in food costs. 4. Don't foods too long. Use first those stored longest. For more information on home preservation we have three pamphlets tnat you might find very interesting and use- 1. Preserving by Freezing. 2. Home-Canning of Fruits and Vegetables. 3 Jams. Jellies and Pickles. Tf you would like a copy of one or all of these write 3 Ave. 9 St. N. or call 32S- 4471 or drop into our office. Fine arts revision sought Alta. The Banff School of Fine Arts should be headed by a Canadian art- ist and placed under the trust- eeship of a board of senior art- a joint student facu'ty committee recommended this week. The which made several recommendations for an overhaul of the school's ad- ministration and was established last week after a meeting Aug. 7 with school dir- ector Dr. David Leighton. At the meeting the students said they were dissatisfied with the implications of a review board report which concluded that the expulsicvi July 25 cf two native students from the school was in compliance with a re- quest from the boys' not a result of discrimination. The report rejected play- right George Ryga's charges of and against the cen- tre's administration. Mr. Ryga said he is fed UD with the school and will quit his teaching position Aug. 10. The joint committee said they are concerned that the Banff school will lose more faculty ol his calibre. The led by Ken Gass of the Toronto Factory Theatre and Calgary play- wright Gary recom- mended that the school's ad- ministration be reorganized to include artists and students in decision-making positions. They asked that the school re-examine its social policies and adopt a clear policy com- mitment to the edu- cational Ann Landers DEAR First I want to make it clear that I am not a teenager. I was widowed in 1967 and am the mother of three children. For the last year I have been going with a man who owns a landscaping busi- ness. Last night was a spec- ial affair at his I had my hair done professionally and bought a new dress and matching shoes for the din- net- dance. When Bert came for he hope you won't mind riding in the dump truck. My neighbor asked if he could borrow my sedan for a special I was shocked. After wasn't THIS a occas- I considered it so. Why didn't I am not stuck-up but 1 don't think a dump truck is suitable transportation for middle-aged people who are dressed in formal clothes. I said nothing but it spoiled my evening. Should I say something to him now or is it too A Lady Who Likes Befitting Livery DEAR Your letter reminded me of an ex- perience I had in Paris sev- eral years ago. A gentleman of national prominence in- vited me to a formal re- ception. I got all gussied up in a satin gown and silver shoes. I carried a white mink wrap. He came for me on a motorcycle as a gag. I played it perfectly got on the bjot of the motor- cycle and never said one The joke of on him and not me because he had failed completely to evoke the expected response. So where's YOUR sense of AUG. 13th JACKPOT NOS. AlARM Gold Cards Pay Double Door Cardi other Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A1 N. No children under 16 allowad BINGO RAINBOW HALL 140i AV. N. AUGUST 14th at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 59 Jackpot in 55 Free and 25t per 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door Prize No children Under 16 Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association THE BETTER HALr- By Barnes PRE-SCHOOL SHOE CLEARANCE INFANTS'-BOYS'-GIRLS'-MISSES' ALL SIZES SHOES SHOES bad Patrolman O'Hara isn't on duty today I think he would have really gone for that per- fume you're DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY-SALE STARTS 9 A.M. TOMORROW 4th AVE and 6th ST. SOUTH SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK cleaner that will revolutionize home cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Special Prices on Pianos Hammond Organ Model yrs. old Synthesizer Now on Display Full line of 'EMINENT' and 'SOLINA' Organs PARTS SALES SERVICE Lethbridge Piano and Organ Centre 306 9th STREET SOUTH. ALBERTA Phone 327-1443 After 345-3393 Open till Friday Nights FAST SCOTIA FINANCING AVAILABLE Mr. and Mrs. John Czirjak ore pleased to announce they have celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. They were married in Hungary on August 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Czirjak have one Mrs. who resides in Lethbridge. SUMMER COATS BLOUSES DRESSES RAINWEAR PRICE SALE STARTS TOMORROW 9 A.M. 4th AVE. McFARLAND BLDG. PHONE 327-2277 ;