Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE LFTHBR1DGE HERAID Wednesday, January 3 1973------- i asthmatics P> Cl'XLIFFE Oshawa Times One. i.CP' ''I ,-.v t speU diaphragmatic, and -o ohilcireti jor.'t say it. 50 we cali '.-.irr-rriy creatr-jris." s Johr. He 15 in ch-vge of aa coDditiocir.2 rv-H-r-se for -0 r. 2 rr. a i c cr-jldren which in the Oshaa'3 Spon- sor i3 :he Orjar.o County Tuber- ovtinsis and Respiratory Disease Association. is svha: the is a_I about. Mr. Brovn leaches inhaiine to a count of rvo. concentrating on usizg the erirre lung capacity rather j-js: the upper lobes. Bre-thing tit is no proc-iem for Mr. Brovm said. The arose when they icrgcc to breathe out m the ef- fort 10 crs'iv niore and more air into the Wrjec they to exhale proceriy even d-jrtze an attack, all they have :o do is open their mouths for the sir to back lr_ teitsioc." He aise teaches the children t.- take a lesson from their ret decs arc t? pant the monger: they :eei an artaci cooing on. exercises that combine exertion breathing says Mr. could have chosen 100. The imponant thing i- iiirhful practice The city recreation depart-1 rr.enc has dcnsred the use of che atxiiioriiim DPO! for the pro-1 cram. A volunteer "rbys" in j the pool with each child, eocour- i agLng him to splash about to his heart's cvctenr. but to alternate j vigorous activity with vital pe- r.ocs of relaxed, concentrated i deep breathing. "V.'a'.er is- another envlrrjr.- and oce we don't want these children to miss simply because the breath control difficult for them to achieve." Mr. Bro-.vn said. "We wart to c-jEdiLon them for movement c-rd breathing control under ail conditions." Ke says that be hn? Vrrown children wlro have gone thrc-ugh a conditioning prcgrarr. lii? this oce and found -jtat ;r. attaci doesn't bot-er trorr. avoid iareiltrg asthma a st-lo within their Ciiaciiittts, ar.d ffe was; ethers to took PC them as norm! tec Tbere is EC churgi 4f y the grab bag MAUREEN JAM1ESON SNOW'S FER SUDIN' Its the best cc winter thing, crcb o regular tc: C3 c: crcd L-jr'Ki of c--d brsck crcvides orrpls cpp: ;cggc hil's. r lats sleep.ins by a c coulees, ond these scHoo! kids are brisk cut raking advent: Groenen, ge c- phclo As :he 1972 list Family page 20 "I can't help bir th.-jtk ar. ex- Firsf doesnt rate best-dressed VN- HZXCKEX BINGO MOOSE HALL ;.-d AVENUE NORVH WiDNESDAY c- E.CO Jacfcpct SI75 in 53 Nurrben _ 12 in 7 JiH 5th GOTTM Dcubled in 7 Numbers 5 Corij SI 00 2 FREE GA.MES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER U SrONSC.RiD ET LOYiL Cr .VOCSJ ip Mrs beautifully beauufuliy i fashion hail ot" fame ".-as Whtte. farmer editor oi Har- e- ret- D__, 3______ Bfrf_ do-' Goodman Co. and a irrttr.- for But she wa? r.oc se- "I thi-i Pst Naor.'s 3 lovely of the committee -.hat ;oo-dr- s'-e said co-jated the baHots. The -L-tze-. Mizne'.li starred ;r. Calxi- rtt dropped t'rorr. the Itst. ness acde--: Mtck Jaciter. of tre rock star. and acires; Mania Berer.for. Others include Mrs. F.cr.- aid Reagan, wife c: gover- nor of Caiifc.-nta: WCliam Buckley. Jr.. if t.te A_m- erican c o i u n s t. Bar-.v.efs .Thierr.- van Zuylen. Fart? so- cialite': Satrtiel P. Reed. Jr.. daughter ot Mrs. Charles Er.gelhara. Jr.: Process Sa- iiina -.vit'e of -..TS Aga Khan- Mrs. Frederick Ne-r York: Eirr.ora Gabetti. Milan, irife the read of Co.. arxi Mrs. Tv'ii- Iia3 Claj- Ford at. Grosse Pose. Mich. Alors with ?te. E'.-'ns. fash- ion of fame are: New York. of the late tr_et- al5 nagrisie end IL-s. Gi-shara Mattisor. of Paris and New York, wife cf the ir tematimal M ra e. Gres, Paris coumnere. and >L-s. Rkhsrf Pfcteil. New York socialite. Among the men are: Arrr.an- do Orstni, N e u- Yor's res.- rjr: acrar Robert Red- fore- Fred Hughes, connect- ed with Andy tt'arho! Er'er- pnres: Richard star he movte Shift: Ne-s- York Mayor Jchn Lizdsay. J and David telev-isicQ persccalirr. New hall K fame rr.ale rr.err.- bers are: actors Seia- foate and Poitter: Barcc is de Rede. Paris and socialite: Or.l'.y. the Earl of Alrlle. ar.d his cess Xexandra oi Kent. GRHN'S SHOES ANNUAL JANUARY SALE STARTS THURSDAY JANUARY 4th AT 9 P.M. ODDS and ENDS ONLY Regular values to NOW ONLYr PAIR MEN'S SHOES LADIES' HEEL HUGGER We must clear oil of our Short lines cf Heel Huggsr and Selby Shea. Reg. 28.00 CLEARANCE. PAIR LADIES' DRESS SANDALS AND PUMPS Mutt be Clecredl Gold Cross Pavel Woolley Regular Values to 29.00 ONE GROUP Short and Discontinued lines Reg. to 12.00 NOW ONLY PAIR Croup of Savage and Busfer Brcvm. Reg. Ic 13.00 NOW ONLY PAIR TEENERS' SHOES Must go regular valuer to 19.00 NOW ONLY, PAIR............ GREEN'S Balance Of Stock Except Oifordi and Baby Q OFF Booh Downtown on Sixth Straet Open Thundoy till 9 p.m. W'HILE THIS YEAR'S list of resolutions is still in one piece, why riol tack on one small good in- tention lo improve your shopping habits? Personally, I've" reached the point where I shud- der even- time I pick up a package in the super- market, so I was more than happy to get these few- words of wisdom from the home economists at Agri- culture Canada. Theie good people, shocked a', the high cost of ealins. vem inlo a huddle and came up mta a few suagestious for the relief of an overworked food bud- Most of the planning must be done before you get 10 the store, they say. It is almost impossible lo control a food budget without mating some kind of plan for the week's meals. Before .you leave home, check shelves, fridge p.nd freezer and build your menus around what you already have on hand. Don't forget the leftovers and perishables throwing out food is hard on the pock- et book U is always a waste to buy food that doesnt meet family tastes and preferences, no matter how sood a buy. It almost always gets thrown out in the end .Make a special effort lo reduce the amount oi low-nutritive, high-calorie foods on the list. Tliey do little for your health and nothing for your budget. Cneck newspaper ads for specials, but remem- ber hoppins and shopping from store to store costs time as well as money. In the Ions run it is generally best to sack to your favorite store and get to know it well. Know- ins" your way around makes sense. If you have to look" i.n even" aisle to find what you want, your at- tention will be caugh; by other things, ar.d that leads to buying. you come across check the price of the same food item in its regular location and make sure the special really is one. Then, if you have plenty of storage space, take adv antage of it. Nursing ar. ailing ivy or some other house plant? Trim off any dead leaves, gently loosen soil with a fork, water well and feed with plant food. Cover pot arid ail. with a plastic bag tie bag st bottom of pot with string, to make everything air- Piace away from direct sun m a nice airy spot with lots of light. At the end of two weeks remove the bar, cover, and your plant will almost certainly be restored to good health. Try out this toothsome on the farr.Ly. As added c-r-n'js. it's quick ard to Choco-mint Fluff 1 roil '16 oz.) refrigerated chocolate chap cookies I pin; .20 oi.1 whipping cream fi cz. rrJ.k chocolate, melted 1 CUD miniature marshnialiews cup crushed peppermint candy 1 tbsp. sugar Lir'-uv rre'cse an eight- or nine-inch sjquare baJcng pan. Cut cookie dough into slices. Fit into of prepared par.. Bake a: I'b degrees 15- 20 'Cookies bake together to term crust v.T.icr. will be when rer.io-.e-d iror.i Cool. Ac-i two tablespoon; cream to melted chocoiete. and wr_p remaining cream. Into halt of whipped cream fcid" chocolate and Spread on cco'.ed Resen'e or.e tablesrxv.r. crushed pep- permint candy, arid fo'.d sugar and remainder of candy into rerr.air.der of v.-hipped cream. Spread on to? of chocolate layer. Spririle with reserve candy. Refrigerate overnight. Serve cold, cut into 9 to 12 dessert scuares Children of working parents get nou KALIFAX C? Hil r J. C. Mack a lirger ptcery ir.ir. weeiy ;r.p -.0 ir-e pzLTers groceries watches Lie sate total o; to on caih regiiter. That's a week's groceries ishing noon meals StrwTBaKis C-.urch. 75 or so dai'y her are elerr.Ktta-- oco who go to church fc-r a hot and meal the r.con rings. "-he Tne "hot lunch'' program for '-he school children began in 1971 as a of the rhrisian s-xtc-a action program tnder.aken bv Mr. church to ser.-e r.-.eaj to fsd ot wors_-.g parents not have a r.xir.shirr r.ccn iur.ch. Ir. average of J3 irvnlved in the- Drr- volunteers and rr.ar.y of teachers help make the pro- crarr; whjch often rr.oar.s up Q-ATI liL-c'n hour t.-i the fool serve which operate? dur-ji; ihe sohoo: >ear b'.es ard all planned the cf the dietary ?ta_" oi the Kiilarri drer.'s Mr cilied the pregrarr. a rr.ost vfar'.o of ir.c that c'r.'.trch is in tre as well as spirit- ual. reed? of the people today." He said the social benefits o; al! 'ihe children tr- Citix'r are often -ore importer.: than the -eai itself. The RV.al action program of Lhe church E'L-O operates a do thir.g depot and plans to a pro cram for senior YWCA NEW-TO-YOU-SHOP OPEN AGAIN FOR BUSINESS SAME HOURS and EVERY DAY Watch For Weekly Special!