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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lETHBUlDC-E HERALD Thundav. Jonvjorv 55. rr winy 'Poverty begins in the icomV TORONTO bciry ui fivs n bo bom o" rr.er.ial Nx'uuse of ir.ade- Mrs Asr.es ex- ec'-uve direc-.cr c-f :he been help- i bz- r. rr wno ;ir.d 5.--C coirs decade ago. whers -rcak the "17. a a: ire Rry.y 10 and out of- town to visi: child. veirs azo. four.d ir.i: 71 wr cent of the precise motr- could nci afford to the proper food and, therefore, co-'.-i 10 birih :o '.vhs: I call 2 iMby. The figure ior Canada is irour.d 20 A5 2. result oi :he uvri: done birrhv-'eigh: of babies produced s: ihe hospital by lov.--ir.TOme mothers -S the same as for Tre of iziprovr.z the r.urri'ion cf :he low income Eroup shoe: S125 w- moth- er, accord is s to Mrs. D r o c r n'. Si 10 D in. csllpd Trs Huinar. Joiirrc'-" HQW We Adapt. Mrs. :he federal enr- t.? f-jiance Mrs. Hlggics -.vho hs5 spent :han 20 years out 2 icier.'.-'ic of G'.nug preciazcy "a blue ribcoz baby of binb- ''The neihoi CENTRE VlltAC-E MAtl PHONE 328-4536 JANUARY CLEARANCE! DAN RIVER PLAID yd. PATTERNED CRIMPOLENE Res. 9.49 yd. MEN'S SLACK FABRICS :Reg. 9.49 yd. 20 COTTON KNITS 1'75 off iFrom end UP POLYESTER AND COTTON PRINTS 25% off 2.99 'and uc MANY, MANY MORE UNADVERTISED SPECIALS Just Jude developed involves an amalgam o: nutrition, judg- ment and experience that takes a trained dietician a month to learn and another three months to be comfonaLile Mrs. Iliggins is convinced that the womb is where the pov- erty cycle raist be broken. "Surely per mother is net a very expensive service if it could prevent death or dis- ability. Contrast that figure with the cost ;o the commimity of a disabled, retarded, sickly, dull or ill person the figur? is. more lhan S1CO.COO over a The dispensary's method is based on an extremely complex diet history, taken Tvhro a pregnant mother first attends, ard which yields a precise as- sessment of ire mother's real diet and nutriaoDal state. ;'To p'-e you some idea of how precise we are." Mrs. Hig- srrs ''the nutritionist will check even the size and thlck- TWSS of parcases eaten, ssk abc'ut tr.e size n cups ard bcwls. which may determine Tuch rr.-lk a mothe- drlnis. as as about the of servings. The oletiaan then translates all about food in- take LITO grams oi protein and ;yjnbers of calories for a pre- cise picrjre of the mother'? Tnea i; food is needed, she prescribes it." If a woman cannot afford the fcod prescribed, then the Dispensary gives the diet P if men: in che fccm ot rniik- uckets. eggs, oranges and vitt mineral supplements. So imponant "is the wcnec- tion between a wea-aourisbed pregnancy and heafihy childrec that, in Mrs. Hlggizs' opinion, i: corns close 10 crL-ninal r.or to prm-lde needy ells supplements. i_ r-i-- She says: "A study has just leaders v-.l'l to held bven completed m the U.S. ur.r'fr the rJn v.t.ich states that if the nuiri- c: so'--" of pregnant mothers could This is icr he improved the death rate _-, could be en: in half and dlsibil- .V. in L-Jarits ccn-ild be reduced L-. Vy 30 per cent. All wiih IL-.W -lucerne i." Canada should be able to get babies SPT- mere 20 years H2s the bv t-1 s c-" Her cim is to help '-5 women produce blue :he cSsrrlMs infr-'s weighing seven pou- ibbcn en c n'cred babies, ounces which c- cur.r.g the IT orksliop on leadership for life volunteers BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. Fit, Jan, 26 HT p.m. i Doers Op-n at p.m. 5 Cards for COLO CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH SI.00 Sih end nth OamM in 7 Numbers cr lers WORTH S22 5135 in 34 Number! Sorry Flo Under 16 Yean of Agl Allowtd better under- assistant in tre department ef people are ccl'oc-i-m at t'-.s U o: L. Tr.e t.-orksro? will l-e he'd wiple -.11; re prj; F.-'day; P T.-.U served or. ihe to their or i able, in t-Tn. to snd talk cr. The wor'-.shop has been de- for course "SOrMtinie L-. the Shrug off those mid-winter blues and come see the exciting North Star jogger line-up. The new colors, leathers and styles will turn you on to Spring. And be sure to enter the North Star 10-Speeci contest while your here. No purchase required. t.'3 "v.-ui ceveicp some tic Eppmisai of ho-.v OM sifect? parser caid i a psyrhclogist. LJ I rreseniiy a student co'jnse.lcr i at the cf Lethhrldge. Ha gair.ed his BA and MA at condncts workshop ot Albena. and his PhD at the Ur.iversity of leaders or a vo'tin'eer basis ''to becorre s. of a Mrs. is staff ceveloc- groirp to develop sorr.e under- rr.e.-.t co-orcl-Tator for the Ai- Golden Mile Monday: c'.255e5 :0.30 Old 2 Comine Evemi: DR. T. A. PARRY iiancling ri ourselves as peo- bt-na Ajcohoiisrn and Drug accomias to LFS coun- Aiiase Commission in Calgary.: l day. Feb. 3 2 p m. All senior tickets vili be 75 cer.ta, at the ce-'.re The ce-.'j-e wlU ho'd a diiro tea and bazaar March 10 HOT Joan Pucfcett. tl-.cv A graduate of the University be- cf Nebraska in Lirxrcto. Neb.. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, January 25th Sponsored by LadieV of Peltr and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAIL CORNER I2lh STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at SI25 and it Won Every Thursday 2nd Jatkpol SI 15 in 53 Numbe-j No. jc.-kpc- SU-Pc! O' Gc d 525 25c PER OR 5 FOR 51.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREZ GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Perscni under 16 years not allcwed By JUDE TURIC price of fashion is right high, particularity when you consider you're getting. If you don't want lifeless cords, prefer not to itch through (lie night in look fat in and freeze in the droopies. 'Mast even-body has a pair of these chameleon knits. They're the ones that looked so good and fit just great in the store. Even the price couldn't make you balk. They're also the ones you wore a couple times before they bagged at the knees, tagged at the crotch and stretched into a size that would fit Mama Cass belter than you It's not so murii that Hie slacks the ones you for so long, or thai they matched that sweater perfectly, or that you don't have another thing in your closet It's just irritating to slap out close lo 520 on some- thing that lasts next-lo-no-iime. The droopies can't be cured through washing, dry cleaning, hot-water shrinking or heavy praying. They're a hopeless cause and a sad lesson to the average buyer. Few. if any. stores are willing to accept slacks which have alresdv been worn, and even eager to lake DECK super Tne fella who gel? is ihe one- Ihe droopies on. and no solution is in sight. might work, is getting nasly arid writing a letter to the consumers' assccir.lion. and lodging a torrnal complaint. fp.ir to ajk U-.al maiiufaciuiers be required 10 label iheir materials so the non-sewing buyer knows the score. .After all. they label clothing that will shrink, why p.vus that'll stre-tch" I; ail else perhaps it would be wise to pay closer heed Ui ihe old "let the buyer beware.'' on the same track, cheap hem jobs are a sore point with many a shopper. Thread may be old-fashioned, but Uie fishline substitute is only good for fish. How many times have you tried a quick repair job on that tough white stuff, only to discover it doesn't break, but is sure unthreads nicely? Or how often have you spent three hours at a with a bit of prickly fishline stabbing you in the back'' Cut sc-'.rier.G'.v we still keen on buying. GOLDEN DOLPHIN BATH BOUTIQUE WEST END CENTHE VILLAGE MALL TOWELS At up to OH EATHSOOM SPACE SAVERS Going SHOWER CURTAINS and RUGS ng 0, 20% BABY SCALES CAMM'S SHOES 405 5th SI. 5. Phone 327-5020 GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET Try a little Tenderness: ALBERTA'S OWN CHICKEN! BAKED CHICKEN WITH CURRY AND COCONUT ut ytwr f ivorlu chkbin ind will und you i of oun. Albvrii WurKiung Board PO. BOX 3135 STH. A EDMOSTO'I ;