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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 - THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD _ Wednesday, February 21, 1973 city The feeling of "Indianism," the inferiority complex of his race, is the main reason Indians find it so hard to cope in cities, Rufus Goodstriker told the Lethbridge Rotary Club this week. Mr. Goodstriker is a former Blood chief, former police officer, and now operates a boys' camp near Waterton and is active in numerous provincial ar.d national Indian associations. The city Indian, lonely and bewildered, goes to skid road to find the company of other Indians, and himself is trapped there, Mr. Goodstriker said. liquor is the worst disaster that ever befell the Indians, he said. It is the main reason why 65 per cent of the jail population is Indian, 35 per cent of the pentitentiary population, but only 5 per cent of the mental hospital population. Indian children coming to city high schools tend to drop out because of the feeling of inferiority, but on the reserve that feeling is reduced and they often go on to excell in sports or other efforts. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 Rehearsal Laurie Mann, left, and Pat Waterfield, both members of the Archers Group, an acting division of the Lethbridge Yavth Theatre, prepare for the Alberta regional one-act drama festival in the Yates Memorial Ce ntre Saturday. The Stronger is one of four .plays to be held during the festival. The winning play will advance to the provincial festival in Banff March 2 and 3. Teenagers eat way toward heart disease Are teenagers eating their way to heart disease in adulthood? To many of us in the medical profession, they are. Young people are often overweight and habits established early in life are hard to break. Obesity can accelerate many cardiovascular diseases - heart attack, high blood pressure, stroke and congestive heart failure. By John B. Armstrong, M.D. Canadian Heart Foundation These are only medical terms to teenagers, but they take on added significance in later years, often when it's too late, after the damage has been done. Teenagers and college-age young adults seldom bother with breakfast, except for a hastily gulped glass or two of whole milk wMch is high in animal fats. Their lunches, even between-msal snacks, are often loaded with rich calories, high in cholesterol and other saturated fats, and lots of refined sugar. For those who say. they are too young to worry about what they eat, perhaps a few timely observations should be made. Clogs arteries Grease - laden hamburgers and french fries, potato chips prepared in saturated fats, malteds -made with whole milk all cause a steady build-up of fatty tissue which can clog the arteries. When the openings in these tubes carrying blood to the brain and heart become blocked, a stroke or heart attack results. To many of us the danger is that this potential killer lies dormant until a person reaches adulthood. Then the damage has been done. Then it's too late to prevent a life-threatening blockage. Avoiding foods high in satur- ated fats doesn't mean taking all the fun out of life. It just means substituting some foods for others which are equally sat-, isfying. Substitutes Some suggested substitutes: instead of potato chips, eat fresh nuts, raisins and other dried or whole fruits; popcorn without butter; sherbets ant? ice milk instead of ice cream. Diet shouldn't be the only concern of the heart-conscious youth. Exercise is important, too. Most overweight teenagers' diets are much the same as their slim and trim peers. The truth is, they've often just lazy. A regular exercise program helps burn up fats and keeps bodies young. While some of� the duller exercises like cales-thenics are good for growing bodies, young people quickly lose interest in them. Swimming, skiing, skating, dancing, bicycle riding and long walks are batter. Organized sports also help, but the important thing is activity - and lots of it. History Teenagers also should take a good look at their family trees. Is there a family history of heart disease? At what age did parents and grandparents acquire heart disease? How serious was it? All these factors can provide insight to the health problems they will face in later life and point up the way they should be living today. Your Heart Foundation offers free advice on nutrition as one of the many education programmes supported by money raised through the* Heart Fund campaign this month. In addition, diet-conscious teenagers and their parents can obtain free literature containing low cholesterol diets and meal planning designed to keep healthy hearts healthy. For more information, contact your local Heart Foundation. ' BY POPULAR DEMAND - REPEAT OF A SELL-OUT! 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. ONE DAY ONLY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. TOMORROW Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget-minded mothers of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta to clothe the family at fantastic Savings! Don't miss this great Savings event! LOOK WHAT 25 C WILL COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Baby Coveralls, each........... 25e  kiddies' Running Shoes, pair .... 25c 9  Kiddies' Sandals, pair ......... 25c  Men's Caps, each ............. 25c  Ladies' and Girls' Sling Back, all leather shoes, pair ......... 25c LOOK WHAT COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Girls' Baby Doll Pyjamas, each .. 50c  Ladies' Running Shoes, pair .... 50e  Ladies' and Girls' Wrangler Hot Pants, pair .............. 50c  Men's Gabardine Work Hats, each 50c  Girls' Denim Jackets. Canadian made, each.................. 50c  Mens' Vests .................. 50c  Kiddies' Bib Type Coveralls..... 50c  Ladies' and Girls' Rain Boots, pair 50c Don't miss the biggest 1 day sale in Leth-bridge's history. Unbeatable values! Get here somehow and get here fast! Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs. Feb. 22nd only. LOOK WHAT $1.00 WILL 1 BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF: JEANS AND SLACKS Boys' and Girls', Sizes 8 to 18 Kiddies' Sizes 3 to 6x c Including Brand Name Wrangler and Top Gun Pair .......... c Ladies' Bonanza Shoes. Sizes 5-10. (All Leather) Canadian made, pair . . $1 O Boys' and Girls' Nylon Shell Jackets, each ........................ $1 c Ladies' Tee Kay Runners. Sizes 5-10, pair......................... $1  Boys' Sport Shirts, Long or Short Sleeve, each ........................ $1  Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T-Shirts. Long or short sleeves, some flannelette. Sizes 3 to 6x, each.................$1  Ladies' Vinyl Snow Boots, piled lined pair ........................ $1  Kiddies' Rain Boots, sizes 6 to 3, pair......................... $1  Men's Sport Shirts, Long or Short Sleeve, Some Perma Press, each........ $1 O Boys' and Girls' All Leather Shoes Canadian Made, pair .......... $1  Ladies' Wrangler Scrub Denim Jeans, pair......................... $1 c Ladies' Rain Boots, pair ...... . $T  Kiddies' Quilted Snowmobile Pants, pair......................... $1  Girls' Plaid Flare Slacks. Sizes 3 to 6x. pair ...... ; . ................ $1 c Men's Shortsleeve Combinations .. $1  Girls' Skirts 100% Bonded Acrylic $1  Boys', Girls and Kiddies Flare Pants $1 LOOK WHAT WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF;  Men's Western Cut Pants by Wrangler. Made in U.S.A; Pair........... $2  Canadian Made ladies' Tee Kay Marie Claire Leather Shoes. Pair ...... $2 c Boys' and Girls' Brand Name Braves Shoes. All leather. Pair........ $2 c Ladies' Acrylic Sleeveless Vests . . $2  Ladies', Girls', Kiddies' Summer Coats. E�cb .........:.............. $2 % Jeans and Slacks Brand Names - Including . Wrangler and Top Gun. u ^Tjl Men's - Sizes 28'to 40 *P&L Ladies - Sizes 8 to 16. T  Men's Rubber Boots. Pair ....... $2  Men's Tee Kay Running Shoes ... $2  Men's 4 Buckle Overshoes....... $2  Men's Flare Pants.............. $2  Men's Cartoon Sweatshirts. I sleeves. Each........................ $2  Men's Acrylic Nylon Dress and Casual Shirts, long sleeves............ $2  Ladies', Girls', Boys' Blue Denim Jackets ......................$2  Ladies' All Wool, Stretchy, Nylon, Fortrel Flare Pants....... $2  Men's Corduroy Shirts, long Sleeves ...................... $2 LOOK WHAT $3.00 COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Boys' Showerproof Top Coats ..............  Men's, Boys' Ladies' Sweaters ......... Kiddies' Winter Jackets. Sizes 3 to 6x. Each  Men's Western Shirts Each.............  Boys' All Wool Sport Jackets. Each....................  Girls' Dress and Pant Sets. Each.....................  Boys' Corduroy Vest Suits.....................  Girls' and Teens' Jump Suits.....................  Complete stock of Men's and Dress and casual Summer Jackets ........... WILL BUY *3 $3 $3 �3 *3 SO *3 Lades' $3 LOOK WHAT SC.00 ^0 c Men's Winter Jackets. Size 36 to 46. Each ..  Ladies' and Girls' Winter Car Coats....................  Boys' and Girls' Winter Jackets................... LOOK WHAT BUY WILL 55 WILL BUY  Men's All Woo! Sport Jackets, Harris Tweed............  ladies' Winter Coats, full length......... $10 $10 HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! ALL SALES ARE FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES SHELDON OPPOSITE GALT GARDENS ON 3rd AVE. S. 516- 3rd AVE. S. - NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF MONTREAL 7306 ;