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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta World temperatures dropping TORONTO (CP) A climatologist at the University of To- ronto said yesterday the direct impact of dropping world tem- peratures on the energy industry will likely be small. Speaking at a conference on Canada's energy future spon- sored by the university, Kenneth Hare said changing tem- peratures would make a difference of only a few per cent in energy demand but would have a "disproportionately large" impact on agriculture. Mr. Hare, director of the Institute of Environmental Studies, said a change of one degree in average mid-summer tem- peratures would change the length of the growing season four to five weeks. Much of the world's protein is produced in climatically marginal areas, he said. He said data on temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere in- dicates the average temperature now is about .3 degrees Celsius below what it was in 1940 Many atmospheric scientists are urging a formal inter- national prohibition on the use of climatic information for non- peaceful purposes. WHY SHOULD YOU PURCHASE A SEMI-DETACHED HOME? Here are some very good reasons Lower cost to purchaser Lower down payments and lower monthly payments Excellent sound protection by use of insulated double centre walls Maintenance free exterior finish One year warranty Excellent residential west side locations Full basements with roughed in plumbing Smaller lot to maintain Lower taxes SHOW HOME OPEN SUNDAYS 2-5 p.m. Saturday, December 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 37 -WHITE: No. 17 and 21 Queen's Road, West Side For more information and details call Caught by curiosity A young onlooker at a house fire in Topeka, Kans., got his head caught in an overpass bridge railing and began screaming for help. Firemen had to take time out from fighting the blaze to extricate the boy University computer tells you what to eat Bob Sapsford 328-8641 MODE REALTY Phone 328-8011 1277-3rd Ave. S. Gerry Nagel 327-0287 MADISON, Wis. (AP) If you're eating too much meat or not enough asparagus and don't know it, the University of Wisconsin's computer has some advice for you University researchers have programmed the campus computer to tell you what to eat Under the program, people fill out computer cards of ev- erything they eat for a day or even a week, says Prof. Nancy Johnson, university nu- tritionist from the NEW MANAGEMENT and STAFF of SHERRY MONTGOMERY Gtntnl Manageress BRYAN SAKAMOTO Gas Silis Minigtr GROVER'S SALES SERVICE 2610 16th Avenue South, Lethbridge We're pleased to salute the youth of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. Our youth serves in many segments, all who contribute to the industrial and economic growth of Southern Alberta! DONGROVER CtrWishMinigtr Season's LARRY BOULTON Git Silts DRIVE SAFELY! Greetingsl DAVID HENDERSON drWitkAuisiiRt FREE CAR WASH SUN DAY, DEC, 15th a.m. to 12 Noon TIM RICHARDSON Gat SUM STANSCHMIDEK VMimCMtrellir CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY Wednesday, Dec. 25th OPEN ALL OTHER DAYS! The data is fed into the com- puter, digested, then re- turned to the subject with percentages of various com- mon, nutrients in the diet for that day or week "From this information, we can then tell the person what he needs more or less said Prof Johnson "We do this with an eye to- ward she said ''Many people eat more meat than they need, so we tell them to cut down and spend their money on other less ex- pensive foods She said the computer's cal- culations are based on recom- mended daily intakes of a dozen nutrients, taking into account the person's age and sex "If we were going to be very exact, we would have to take into account the height and weight and other Mrs Johnson said "But we can't do that because the cost would be prohibitive She said the computer can analyse a person's diet for about 10 cents a day, while it would cost about for a hu- man nutrition analyst to do the same thing She said the program is aimed primarily at university research, but has been opened to the public Student, 91, earns A's in courses MURRAY, Ky (AP) "These old eyes have served me well, so I have no com- says Quint Guier, 91, whose falling Sight forces him to choose carefully among next semester's offerings at Murray State University Guier, although he cannot read a textbook and must use study records, earned A's in both the courses he has taken since 1972, when he resumed his role as a student after 54 years out of school. Guier, who has lived with a daughter since his wife died, enrolled in a creative writing workshop in 1972, and wrote a short story and three articles that were selected for publi- cation in an anthology of stu- dent writing J W 318 -6th St. South Phone 329-3646 Lethbridge. Alberta PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AVAILABLE SPECIALS IN EFFECT UNTIL SATURDAY, DEC. CIGARETTES King size or regular. Ctn. BAN 6oz. .79 PHENTEX oz., 3 ply WATCHES Men's and Ladies' 25% OFF BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES 1lb. BOX CHOCOLATES 1lb. 1.69 KODAK X-15 INSTAMATIC COLOR OUTFIT Sugg. Retail 22.95 PD8QO WATTS DRY SETTER Sugg. Retail 25.99 21.99 CLAIROL AIRBRUSH No. 1 Women's REMINGTON CORD SHAVER Sugg. Retail 21.99 18.49 FLASHCUBES Pkg. of 3 cubes Pkg. of 3 cubes 1.59 POT OF GOLD CHOCOLATES 1lb. DIGIT ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR Novus Personal 24.49 PHOTO FINISHING 25% CX 126-12.....1.19 C135-20 CX 126-20.....1.55 KM, KR 135 KA464-P......4.09 C110-12......1.29 or 126 20P KM, KR 135 36P Cl 10-20......1.59 Poloroid 88 film 1.65 4.99 3.39 3.69 CX 1.19 Poloroid 108 film 4.77 TIMEX ELECTRIC 'WATCHES Men's POLAROID ZIP LAND CAMERA Sugg. Retail 14.95 KODAK A10RE POCKET INSTAMATIC 10 OUTFIT 19.95 11.99 CLAIROL IMS MIRROR 22.95 Sugg. Retail 29 95 PHILLIPS TRIPLEHEADER MEN'S ELECTRIC RAZOR HP13096 Sugg Retail 46 95 PHILLIPS PORTABLE ELECTRIC TOOTHBR HP5201 Sugg Retail 12.95 MEN'S MKIV ELECTRIC RAZOR Sugg Retail 49.99 SUNBEAM HD50 MIST HAIR STYLER 33.99 fit DLESS 39.95 Sugg. Retail 29 98 CLAIROL AIRBRUSH Men's No 2 FISHERS SPANISH PEANUTS IS'Aoz. PLANTERS MIXED NUTS 13 OZ TURTLES CHOCOLATES 14 OZ....... POPPYCOCK 23.99 OLD SPICE BINOCULAR DECANTER AFTERSHAVE 6 oz Sugg Retail 6 00 1.25 1.99 1.29 DECANTER 4.19 BLACK BELT AFTERSHAVE 4oz..... HAI KARATE AFTERSHAVE 4oz...... 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