Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
should wit bread nutrition consultant says Ry JUAN SHAIIP C'P Women's Kililor TORONTO (CT) When limes arc good, .loan ridden, hreml sales drop. People substitute other, flash- ier toods [or bread. They on diets to lose weight and drop bread. .Mrs. Ficldcn says they shouldn't. "Caloric for calorie, bread still gives you more variety of nutrients than any other fond. I'm not saying you can live on bread alone, but you should cat it. "You can't e a v e any healthful food out of a diet and have a standard diet thai you'll .stay on." Mrs. Ficldcn is nutrition consultant for the Bakery Foods Foundation, the educa- tion arm of the Bakery Coun- cil of Canada. The 24-ycar-nld council is a voluntary mem- bership of bakers, organized largely to be a voice for the industry. Mrs. Ficldcn says she is aware of consumer concern and complaints about bread. CONTAINS VITAL BASICS "I think people are confused about what's good and what isn't these days. "Bread has all the things in it that are basic to good health, protein, calcium, [at, sodium, iron and so on. Peo- ple think it has nothing but carlxflhydrale. "Manufacturers do add vi- tamins to white bread. Flour is made white because people don't like yellow bread. The bleaching process destroys vi- tamins Uiat are put back in. "People say, but that's syn- theiic. Well, actually, it's made of animal stuff, and it certainly is no more synthetic than the vitamins so many people take. Mrs. Fielden says most breads now are about the same in nutritional value be- cause most flours arc en- riched. "There are no exact figures, but it's estimated that 75 to PO per cent of flours used in bread are enriched. Some bakers are considering using enriched flours in cluughniils ami whatnot." She says mould inhibitors and a yeast food that cuts the time needed to make hrrsd are the thinps manufacturers add that you would not add at home. Phe defends the ubiquilo-js soft, white loaf on I ho grounds that it's made because people i buy it. i "The consumer v.-ill say she can't stand it, yet eight out of 10 loaves she buys are white bread. F.very baker ui Canada makes dozens of varieties of bread. They are available." She says the soft whits loaf actually has a (airly crisp crusl when it's baked. "Slicing and wrapping bread gives you the soft crust. If you went to a bakery and saw that bread coming off the end of the line, you wouldn't recognize it. But people want the plastic wrap." She says the reason you should noi. refrigerate bread is because it makes it go stale faster. Tuesdoy, February I, 1972 THE lETHBRIDGf HERAID 13 J-cimi ivmci Media criticized by home and school By Jl'MK TUKIC Slnff Writer Drug abuse, education and open area s c li o o systems lopped Ihe list of topics dis- ci sscd at a recent m.'ctine of the Lethbridge Council of Home and School Associations. Representatives i r o m IN lance, and Ihe meeting vs presented with a hrief concerning the matter L Mrs. Daw. ft was noted that She gary association tarried o.i'. n evaluation of the system am! similar one wouVl lie of help .the Lethbridge district. Mrs. Daw mentioned ALL-WOMAN LAW FIRM Detroit has a new, oil woman law firm. Its three partners and two law clerks nake it the largest of it's type in the area. From left are; ally. Paulette LeEost, clerk Jessica Cooper, ally. Clarice Jobes, clerk Allyn Ravilz and ally. Dorean Koenig. Aggressive cuts grocery r Reminiscin with the to CALGARY fCP) You rmiv think you're a sharp shopper because you attend saies. Rut recent experiences of a woman reporter in several Cal- gary supermarkets show you ca oca ten dar the sale price is rot as low as that advertised in Ihc Flyer or newspaper ad. You can lose money in all these ways, Mrs. Milke found, i will be held "If you answer 'No' to any I p.m. The regular monthly meet-1 ing of the St. Patrick's CAVL Wedncjiday at 8 rectory meeting also' j ot the following questions, you'll j roam. A feature speaker from jn suspicious mind and an aggres- sive attitude if you're going lo make sales pay off. Doris Milke of The Her.ild kept track of her experiences he losing money, too." she j the Friendship Centre will wrofe. I present after the meeting. you vatch the prices i be! up on the cash register? you look at the price Friendship Ledge No. 729. LA j to ITU will hold ils regular! Wednesday tl p.m. in the 100F Hall. Tlicre will be roll call and Innch with misleading practices dur-! stamped on the sale item to j 011 ing two months of shopping I he with tllc p.m. in the various She j vcrtiscd offer. _ found the following times when j lhc I sen-ed. All members are urged a sale is not a sale: 1 on Ealc- do >'ou ask an em- j to attend. the price isn't re- i where it is? you ask what will be substituted when you are trr.'d a sale item is temporarily out the price isn't re- duced even if the sign says "Our low price'' or "Everyday low price." the item is marked I ol sloes. with the regular price and you A "Yes" answer to all these Art The rcguln1 monthly meeting of the Oklman River Fitters' Guild will be hold on Tuesday ,lm jn Bowman must gamble that the cashier will ring up the sale price. the same product, not i on sale, costs less in a differ- ent size. a product Ls adver- tised but you can't find it and pick up a similar product at the regular price. questions probably means you are an aggressive shopper and are getting good bargains, she said. But Mrs. Mike noticed that most shoppers plunk down their Tire Oldman River Potters' Guild will hold a workshop on slips and cngobci. to he con- duc'.ed by Rena on Wednesday at p.m. at the 15 fired "'I recall rny first iob was with a farmer called Charlie Morris. I j started working for him for S2 a month, with room and board, when 1 was ten years old. He set me to work clearing new land behind the farmhouse. By the end of the month I'd cleared about an acre, but there were so many rodbirds. squirrels and j butterflies to catch a little fella's i attention that guess I didn't work hard enough. Anyway, Charlie Morris gave me my two dollars and 1 was fired. When 1 got home and gave my Mom the two dollars and told her what had happened she gave me a lecture I shall never forget. She wanted to know v.'haf I was ever goin' lo ampunl to if I couldn't keep a job at two dol- lars a month. And right then and there I made a resolve never to let the hours or the hard work in- j Jerfere with doing tho best job I could, whatever I did." His Mom's words made a great Impression on the and the philosophy ol life lie dovel- ftped then hasn't changed to this j day. And along wilh his secret i recipe ho passes this along to his boys. So yon can hr, suro 1hat when they rook Kentucky Fried Chicken they do i! with Ihc i same careful attention and pride as the Colonel. That's what makes it 'finger lickin' good' every time. ...keeping the peace, us much us possible. sale items, then don't w a t c h j Bowman A.I w h e t h e r a higher price is j charged, i The Lethbridge Women's In- She found this practice was I a servi tc_, (he most common mistake and j on at the homo of that it occurs often in stores Mrs G 7th Avc PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. that don't Ixtther to mark each individual item. A buyer must beware, she said. In one store, the manager said the shopper would find everything correctly marked. "f asked why St.49 was. on a box of lozenges the nc'.vs- paper ad said 77 cenis. f found cat litter advertised for 8ft cents marked Sl.Ofi. Four of six' items chose, which were j featured in the ad, were mis- j marked." i H may be no accident that you can't often find a sale item. Mrs. Milke said. i ''The buried bargain theory i of marketing is an old one. For maximum jadverti.se j customers I cult for them to find the mcr- i chandi.sc. "They'll buy a similar prod- j net at a regular price instead and the store will earn more; i profit. 1 "S hopping aggressively doesn't mean being rude or tie-. mnnding something that doesn't belong to you. .lust insist on j receiving what you've paid for j or been offered and don't I be embnrrrassed to insist." S.. at p.m. Tea hostesses wifl be Mrs! E. Craddock and Mrs. G. Mildioll. DETROIT (AP) "We have a different conscious- ness. We make decisions fasler. easier, and get along in a different way." says Cla- rice Jobes, explaining why she and four others have formed an all-women law firm. "Women are superior to men in even" way." she added with a chuckle. "They are smarter, prettier and nicer, and they smell better, too." Mrs. Jobc.3. Paulcite LeBost and Dorean Koenig, three De- troit lawyers, recently their talenl.s find were joined by two women law clerks. Allyn Ravilz and Jessica Cooper. The lawyers hoped to avoid the kind of inler office competitiveness they say is found in most law firms. "They (male lawyers) take everything personally.'1 says Miss LeP.ost, "and 90 per cent of eve y case is how well they do." "They arc very jealous of who gets credit, whose name gets first, who gets the most money. "t don't know if it's bred into them in law school or picked up, but it is one tiling we haven't had any problems with. "It's nice not having lo deal with men's hangups." The L e B o s I and in crimi- Tiie Golden Mile Senior Citi- 7ens will hold an annual meet- Voluntser workers ing on Wednesday Feb. 9 at 5 1 p.m. at the needed for YWCA The regular meeting of the j If you arc willing to do Mi< profit a store may bargain to attract then make it diffi-1 votional. Women of the Moose will be held at 8 p.m. en Tuesday in the Moose Hall. 12.14 3rd Avc. X. Hostesses are Lorraine Christie and Elsie Chapman. Southminster UCW hold an executive meeting on Thurs- day at p.m. with the Alma Buchanan unit hosting a pro- gram at p.m. with Rev. A. T. King as feature speaker. Mrs. P. Dunn will give the de- community a service. and you enjoy meeting the public, especially the voting, may be a p'ace waiting for you at the YWCA. The YW is intercsteu in re- cruiting volunteers for work on i the reception desk on Tuesdays; from a.m. and on Monday and Friday from Interested persons may con- tact Mrs. Catherine Cicon at 327-8221 or 327-2284. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes LETHBRIDGE FISH GAAAE ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St N. JACKPOT 57 NUMBEfiS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS 8th and 12lh) 525 in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UMBER 16 "These new young models hove inspired a nev contest.. .One cf them will be selected as 'Miss Boy of 1972'." Frie Colonel Sunders nnri his boys make it "linger lickin' good" LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing ono numbor por week until won) Isl GAME JACKPOT Slh GAME J25 (X) lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored tndios Auxiliary lo Canadian legion HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAIL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Isl AVE. S. SPECIAL! rOR STUDENTS UNDER 16 NO. 7.75 SHAG PERM. Reg. 12.50. SHAG HAIRCUT. Cfl Reg. Now I obout our hnii tieotmont (oj splil onrls niul out Trool tor lonn I-HONE 328-6434 hnii. THERESA'S BEAUTY SALON 740 v 111 nal. negligence and domestic- relations law. The partners hope soon to broaden their in- volvement in women's rights and business. home and school districts with-: points in Hie brief which in in the city expressed their con-, eluded provisions made in Ihc com with'the drug situation re-; system for what termed t-.r lortcdly present in the over-all! opportunity child, teaching school system. of u'c open area, Media" accounts o! the high ing learning ability of the percentage of drug usage wcrejdenl, and Ihe definition of an cf major conccm. ta! were con-: open area. sideml a distorted view of The questionnaire is t situation, according Ruth Daw. On education, com m e n t s I from the parent representatives came in the form of sugges- lions Iliat the parents of chil-: j drcn be made aware of the j signs oi drug use. the problems i connected with it, and that the burden of child education not i be left entirely to the teacher, j i Questions and inquiries en j the value of open area school-' I ing continued lo be of impor-1 ID Mrs. submitted to the school board. POULTRY AID Cooked poultry meat fit.s into every category of sandwich SIMPSONS-SEARS H's Red Fake Pile Pant Coal Reg. S35 19 99 There's no pretending about this extra-special with quilted rayon satin lining. Choose white with the pant coat of the season! Sizes 8-18. 'buy'! It's real Orion pile or beige; and walk off "Reg'd Canadian T.M. adiet' Coal Department QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. to p.m. Thundoy one) Fridny 9 a.m. to 9 p.t Centre VillaflB. Telephone 328-9231.