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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, August 23, 1974 Home canning materials still in short supply VICTORIA iCP) It's not likely British Columbia housewives will have ade- quate supplies of home cann- ing materials for several months yet. consumer ser- vices minister Phyllis Young said Wednesday in a preliminary report of her department's probe into widespread shortages in the province "Our initial efforts have es- tablished that Canadian manufacturers located in eastern Canada are favoring their established eastern markets she said in a news release Ms Young added that the B C Market is usually supplied from the United States but since there now is a shortage there also, American suppliers have favored their own domestic markets over increasing ex- ports to B C There is no short run solu- tion and it is not likely that adequate supplies will be available for several months She said her department's investigation is continuing "and means are being ex- plored to minimize the chance that this problem will occur in the future She also ticked off the cann- ing supplies manufacturers for short sightedness Ms Young said her department asked the industry last spring, in view of high seed sales and other factors, to prepare for an increase in demand "They were not up to the she said LAST DAY SATURDAY Camm's Summer Shoe SPECTACULAR LADIES' SANDALS White or brown several styles to choose from Reg to S24 00 Now Qand 1U off LADIES' NAME BRAND Dress Shoes Joyce Lisa Debs and Bally Hurry final day Saturday1 New Arrivals in Exciting Fall Shoe Styles New StomperS 'or trie teen set in browns navy and red in wedge and T-Straps styles New Liberations by Hanna T Strap style with natural crepe sole New EarthlingS the teenage rage in 2 tone Burgundy anc1 black navy with the popular low heel New Ladies' DreSS ShOeS exciting fall styles by Joyce Lisa Debs and Empress Be the FIRST to see all thats new Open Fri. til 9 p.m. CAMM'S SHOES 403 5th Street S. Phone 327-3050 Drill, fillings may become obsolete Interesting Darlene Britton of Brantford created an illusion of time standing still with one toss of her head, and cooled off at the same time. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Camera locates cavities By BRIAN SULLIVAN STONY BROOK, N.Y. (AP) A camera that can photograph cavities before they become visible has been developed by a dental researcher. Coupled with the expected development of materials to treat such cavities, the new ultraviolet camera could in many cases in the future do away with drilling and filling. The camera uses ultraviolet light, which can record signs of plaque invisible in ordinary light Plaque is the sticky film containing the bacteria that cause decay in teeth. "This is the first such camera that we know of anywhere in the says Dr Israel Klemberg, biochemist and dentist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook 'It permits the very early detection of cativities so early that it may be possioie to treat them by re- mineralizing the sur- faces, or by using new special plastics. ride "Surely you wouldn't want such a perfect husband you'd have nothing to complain about over backyard fences1" goes sour BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) Police spotted Vic- toria Hutchinson. 27, driving through Yorkshire with her five-year-old daughter and another youngster lying on the luggage rack on top of the car, clinging to the front bar "The children pestered me to travel on Mrs Hutchinson told a nagistrates' court "I showed them how to hold on and how to pound on the roof if they wanted to stop The magistrate fined her -the for carrying passengers in a dangerous manner The woman complained: "You take the trouble to give the kids a bit of adventure and you merely get punished for it Herald Family "If you can catch cavities early enough, it's possible to avoid the drill." Kletnberg, chairman of the department of oral biology in the School of Dental Medicine, built a one-ton prototype of the camera in his laboratory when he was at the University of Manitoba That prototype, built in co- operation with Alex Domokos, a photographer at the univer- sity, is still there The first compact, usable instrument, now being used in research at Stony Brook, was built in co-operation with a young engineer, Michael Fain, who had formed a new com- pany in Winnipeg, Alphametrics, Ltd to produce electro-optical systems COMPOUNDS NEXT While the camera can provide early detection ot cavities Klemberg says, the specific compounds for early treatment are yet to be developed Using available knowledge, he says, develop- ment could take place in a few years The camera, mounted alongside the dental chair Ann Landers Dear Ann: I just finished reading the letter from the woman who was chewing your ear off about the campaign against smoking I know how she feels A few months ago I would have blown my top if anyone had hassled me about smoking two packs a day since I was 14 (I'm 20 now I finally got smart and quit out of the blue Cold turkey It's the only way Any person who says he (or she) enjoys smoking is either lying or crazy Who can enjoy that rotten taste in the mouth, the stains on the teeth and hands, the holes they burn in things to say nothing of the cost of the damned habit9 People say they enjoy it because they are ashamed to admit they are too weak to quit I feel like a million since I gave up those filthy things It's great to be able to walk up a hill or a flight of steps without turning purple It's a joy to wake up in the morning and not cough my fool head off Try it you tobacco fiends You'll like it Lung Power Dear L.: I hope somebody out there DOES try it Even one less addict polluting the air would be a plus for our side Thanks for writing Do you feel awkward, self conscious lonely? Welcome to the club. There's help for you in Ann Landers booklet, "They Key to Popularity." Send 35it in coin with your re- quest and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654. much as the x-ray machine is, incorporates a mouthpiece that can be changed to adapt to the patient's mouth and mirrors to allow photographing the entire interior of the mouth and the biting surfaces of the teeth Standard cameras can be at- tached to the electro-optical system. A variety of 35-milh- metre cameras or a Polaroid camera can be used. Standard black-and-white or color film can be used because ordinary film is sensitive to ultraviolet light Plaque has a lot of protein, and this can be seen in the ear- ly stages only with ultraviolet Klemberg says "Because plaque control is central to the prevention of both cavities and gum disease, having a tool which allows you to measure and follow the ac- cumulation of plaque on tooth surfaces and record how effectively these ac- cumulations are being remov- ed should permit more scien- tific plaque control and prevention Food hints or wives CANBERRA (Reuter) The Australian government, in its battle against inflation, wants housewives to swap the traditional dinner of steak, egg and fried potatoes for In- dian curries and other Asian dishes How to feed a family of six on one pound of mince meat cooked Indonesian style is among recommendations in a 30-page booklet prepared by the department of health The campaign aimed at helping housewives cut food bills bv up to 50 per cent suggested money savers such as switching to powdered milk from fresh and using stewing steak rather than prime beef cuts PRICES EFFECTIVE TO SATURDAY CLOSING, AUGUST 24th WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES B.C. DOMESTIC RED HAVEN PEACHES Case Approx. 16lb. 3t99 YORK SWEETENED ORANGE JUICE 4811.02. tin o o LOBLAW CHOICE, HALVES OR SLICED PEACHES 14fl.oz.tin LIBERTY CHOICE TOMATOES 19fl.cz. tin LOBLAW CANADIAN PROCESS CHEESE SPREAD 16oz.netwt.jar CANADA GRADE CHICKEN WHOLE FRESH FRYERS to 4 Ib. average............... LB. ALL l-MART MEATS ARE GOVERNMENT INSPECTED AND 100% GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CANADA GRADE 'A' DEEF PRIME RIB ROASTS "The King of Roasts" GOVERNMENT GROUND BEEF SWIFT'S VAC-PAC SLICED SIDE BACON SWIFT'S SKINLESS VAC-PAC WIENERS Ib. SWIFT'S BOLOGNA By the Piece Only Ib. 1 74 1 79 59 28 0 29 0 0 FROZEN FOOD FEATURES VALUABLE COUPON IftO WITH THIS COUPON YOU MAY PURCHASE SNOCAP POTATOES HASH BROWNS OLD SOUTH FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE 2 Ib. net wt. bag 6 fl. oz. tin RICH'S One 20-lb. bag of GRILLTIME CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES 16fl. oz. carton For Only Coupon Effective Till Saturday August 24th Closing ADDITIONAL FEATURES DETERGENT IVORY LIQUID 32 fl. oz. plistic BLUE BONNET MARGARINE KRAFT ASSORTED PURE JAMS 3 Ib. net wt. pkg. 9fl. oz. jar ;