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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald- Family Travels long distance Housewife determined to secure PhD Mass marketing relies upon food additives TORONTO Food ad- ditives have been much argued about recently in the light of new concern about the naturalness of food and about the removal of some additives as potentially harmful The word used in with food and addi- has become a worry A-ord for many people Ernest Steele as president 5f the Grocery Products Manufacturers of that looked at from one joint of all food is a collection of chemicals He says without additives to areserve today's mass narketing would not be pos- sible Standardization that en- sures that products have the same qualities every time .hey are used depends on ad- litives Additives are used for and color They are also jsed to refortify foods when lutnents have been lost in jrocessing Additives are derived from nany some some laboratory-born 3OVERNED BY LAW The use of additives of kind is governed by ederal regulations General on fortifying is not to idd nutrients to foods that normally lack There are three main meth- of obtaining additives Some are components of un- foods an is found in soybeans and corn Some are modified natural derived from natural but chemically altered to perform a specific job For starches that act as thickening or emulsion-holding agenis must be modified to maintain the desired viscosity Starch has a limited capacity to withstand temperature and without modification could not be used satisfactorily in products such as salad dress- ings. The third category of addi- tives includes those created or synthesized in laboratories to fill special needs Coloring additives include both natural and synthetic varieties Some of the natural ones are saffron and beet red A synthetic is amaranth red SMOOTHES DRESSING Emulsifiers are used to dis- perse one liquid in such as oil in water. They keep salad dressing smooth and improve the freezing quality of desserts and ice cream They are listed on packages as mono- and diglycendes The stabilizers and thickeners include gum arable and carrageen They retard the settling of particles in some keep frozen desserts and sauces and maintain the consistency of gravies and pie fillings. MONTREAL A suburban Montreal housewife and mother of three wants a doctorate so badly she is willing to drive a gruelling 130 miles twice a week to attend University of New York couises at Pittsburgh. Susan a Czechoslovak-born Tuwn of Mount Royal refused to become discouraged when McGill Univer- sity turned down her application for the doctor of philsosophy program in educational counselling She struggled against financial and linguistic barriers to earn a bachelor of arts degree from Sir George Williams partially fulfilling a dream which began when she arrived in Canada 21 years ago But the dream included the lofty so Mrs Saros applied for and was accepted in the nearest similar program at university of New York Mrs. Saros leaves for school early in the morning and returns at about 7pm. STUDY AFTER CHORES I do the housework and all the things I would do like making the she said. After household chores are she finds time to study She said her and have suffered from the demands placed on her by simultaneously running a household and getting a higher education. would want me to go somewhere with them and I would have to say. Mummy is Mrs. Saros said her first hope after arriving in Montreal was to attend McGill As soon as her English and equal- ly broken would allow she began taking non-credit courses there. Eventually she transferred to a full- credit program at Sir George Williams attending part she earned a BA with distinction in four years. RICH EXPERIENCE She desciibes this period as richest and most fulfilling years of my Resolving to continue her work at she became part of a field of 120 PhD applicants The university accepted 40 Ov A IICJ FT 0111. tV gV OUIllCTTIlC'l C Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by Knights ot Columbus WINNER Lucky Draw Held on Dec. 1973 for SAAN STORE FAMILY ALLOWANCE DRAW was Mrs. Donna Lethbridge fanciful Beauty Salon Reminds you to make your Christmas and New Years appointments now to avoid disappointment Phone Rose or Anne 327-1626 738 13th St. Lethbridge Potters' work on display The works of Calgary potters will be on dis- play throughout the coming week at the Bowman Art Centre The presented by the Alberta Potters' is open to the public weekdays from 10 a m to 6 p m All works are in the hallway Included are numerous pieces of pottery of interest to local artists Entries offer a varie- ty of sculptures and miniatures The Bowman Centre will also feature the works of local artist Vladimir Fiala in the art gallery from Dec 12 to Dec 21. BILL GROENEN PHOTOS Detailed top of bell Intricate design on teapot Unpacking for the show Attractive glazed pot Abstract design plate 317-5th St. S. Open Thrrsday and Friday till 9 p.m. PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE FAMILY ALLOWANCE DRAW Calendar Abortion death rate drops J The Lethbridge Chapter of the Sweet Adelines meets at 8 p.m. every Wednesday in the church 420 12 St S All women interested in singing four part harmony are invited to attend Christian Science will hold a public meeting at 7 30 p m Wednesday in the church 1203 4th Ave S Everyone welcome. The beginners' square dance group will dance at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Chamberlain Grassy Lake This is being held in conjunction with the recrea- tion department All square dancers are welcome This is the last dance until after New Year r r The LMH Ladies Auxiliary will meet tonight at 8 at the Adams Ice Arena Members are asked to note change of date for this occasion only. First United Church Women will hold their annual meeting at 7 30 p m Thursday in the Ladies Parlour All reports from the units and other com- mittees must be completed and turned in at this meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Wilson White Community Club will be held at 2 30 p m Thursday at the home of Mrs E M Snowden George Wilmot will pre- sent a Christmas program The monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait of the IODE will be held at 2-30 p m. Thursday at the home of Mrs L. T 803 1941 Mayor Magrath Dr H in i Onsl.lfl will be sent the original an her quote Send your child s quotation to this paper LONDON The an- nual death rate from abor- tions in Britain has dropped by half since the operation was legalized five years ago. And the number of back- street abortionists prosecuted tell to 34 last year from 75 in 1968 The Abortion Law Reform Association said in its annual that the figures prove business is bad for the illegal operators PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8D.rn. HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services HouMhold Call 328-2860 For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. Healing Substance... Shrinks Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance to shrink hemorrhoids...and repair damaged A renowned research institute has found a unique healing sub- stance the .ihility to shunk hcmoiihoid lulim minutes- ami speeds up healing ol the iiillaipccl tissues One heinoiihoidal c.isc his- altei anothci icpoitcil sliikiny P.iin uas and yenlly icliescd nctual ici.Uii.tion or i eli ai. I ion ink look place. And most impiovuncnt maintained in with a substance which quickly helps heal injuied cells and stimulates painlessly It re- tissue and discomloit in offered in ointment and supposi- foim called PKpaialion II. In addinoii-io sin ink- ing I'icpaialion II lubiieatcs and makes elimina- tion less pamlul It helps piocm infection is staled cause ofhemonhoids. Just .iik dmiiyist for Picpaialion II Siipposiloi KS 01 Piepai.inon II Ointment a cases obscnations special ucic continued ovei apcuodof Satisfiicllon or Nour nlonc month-. I these tests and made on patients with a variety of hemonhoidal condi- tions. All this was accomplished Preparation Daughters take over gas station TORONTO Tommy Morgan always wanted to keep the Morgan name on his service station so after he died last April of a heart at- tack Sandra and her sister Pat took over their father's business full-time manager of the said never encouraged us to work at it or even hang around the service station so we just played whenever we came here as is a civilian ste- nographer in the homicide bu- reau at Metropolitan Toronto police headquarters eight hours behind a desk 1 enjoy working outside and meeting said Sandra who spends evenings and Saturdays pumping gas. The sisters said their father believed a woman's place was in the home and nearly a fit when their mother suggested the daughters try a AFTERNOON BINGO EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. MOOSE 3 Ave. North S Cirdt Money DOUBLED Weekly Jackpot Prizes Free SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF TnE MOO5F No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome LETHBRIDGE FISH QIIIIJ WEDNESDAY ft GAME ASSN. DIElUU AT 8 P.M Jackpot in 58 Cards 3 JAr.KPOTS 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS' IN THE EAGLES HALL-13th Street North NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. ACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS number until GAME ISO JACKPOT Sin GAME S25 lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not tllowtd Sponsored by LadlM Auxiliary to ;