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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THI lETHBRIDGt HIRAID Wednudtry, June 14, 1971 win Fruit consumption deficient Jlv GLENN'S MLM TORONTO (CP) Only 29 per cent of a group of 15- year-olds surveyed in a Nova Scotia nutrition study had ad- equate diets compared with Canada's food guide, says a recent study. Four nutritionists with the Nova Scotia public health de- partment evaluated the food habits of groups of 10-year- olds, 13-y e a r -o 1 d s and 15- year-olds, surveying 587 slu- dents in 14 communities. Their findings arc in the Ca- nadian J o u r n a 1 of Public Health. The study was conducted by Dola AuCoin, assistant direc- tor, nutrition division; Maudie Hale y, nutritionist, Fundy health unit; Jessie Rae, direc- tor, nutrition division, and Marilyn Colo, former assist- ant director, nutrition divi- sion. Of the three age groups, the 15-year-olds had the poorest over-all record compared with what the nutrilionists consi- dered "adequate" on a scale measured against Canada's food guide. Only 54 per cent of those age 10 and 49 per cent of those age 13 had diets con- sidered adequate. In determining adequacy, the nutritionists allowed a maximum 20 points for each of the five food groups In the guide. Students had to get at least 70 out of a possible 100 points. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY a- P.M. Jackpot in S3 Numberi 12 Gomes in 7 Numbers 4th 8lh Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 00 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CKIIDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE tOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE B E N E f I 1 S H O FOR FUN IN THE SUN A TERRIFIC SELECTION OF SANDALS CORK or REGUIAR SOtES Pai, 35.00 REMEMBER DAD! Choost from our selection of MEN'S SHOES and SANDALS BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY ond FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. B E N E F S H O AIIhough the scores of the older students were the worst, lha nutliors cautioned that tbo results did not necessarily mean that food habits delerio- rated. "After all, it is not known how the 15-year-olds in the sample would have scored when they were age 10 or age 13. Nor is it known how the sample of 10-year-olds will score at age 13 or 15." However, the nutrition divi- sion plans to repeat the sur- vey wiien the 10-year-olds reach age 13 and again at age 15. In a breakdown of the five (oat groups, the article said there were significant age dif- ferences in consumption of milk, fruit and cereal. Intakes of bread and of meat, fish, eggs and cheese did not show significant differences be- tween the age groups. "Despite the fact that meat, fish, eggs, and cheese com- prise the most expensive group of foods, it is for this group that the food scores were the highest. Over 90 per cent of the entire sample had adequate intakes.. "Regardless of age, over 75 per cent of the students studied consumed adequate amounts of bread." The article said this partly Is because the students bring lunches from home. Cereals scored the lowest ot the five food groups for all three ages, the article Cereal consumption was greatest among 13-year-olds, but even for this group only 40 per cent met the requirement for an adequate intake. Fruit consumption among all (he students "was surpris- ingly low." Only 24 per cent of the 15-year-olds had ade- quate amounts of fruit or fruit juice. And for those age 13 and 10, the figures were 42 and 43 per cent respectively. SPECIAL INSPECTION lethbridge Navy Wreneltes held a special In- spection lost night for Commander H. S. Jerome, relired, whose name was chosen to represent the Corps. Cmdr. Jerome, who lives in the Uniled States, was Commander in Chief of the Irish Navy during the Second World War. Flapper fashions making comeback TORONTO (CP) H some of the new fashions seem a bit fa- miliar, don't he surprised. Styles that were in 20 to 30 years ago are making a come- back in today's modern ward- robe. This was Hie [rend seen last week at the Garment Salesmen Ontario market. Fashions shown during the five-day event included tarns and tartans, dolman sleeves and wrap coats, gi-cy flannel and _--v calendar of f f I local nappentncji A zone conference for IODE members in Pincher Creek and Lethbridge will be held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant on Thursday with a luncheon at p.m. followed by a meet- ing. Chairman of the meeting will be Mrs. W. E. Mundell, third provincial vice president. The Sir Alexander Gait Chap- ter is hostess chapter. The annual picnic of the Leth- bridge branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society will be held on Sunday at the Paul Madge residence in Milk River. All handicapped persons are in- vited to attend. Anyone having van accommodation for wheel- chairs is asked to call 328-7010. Those attending are asked to meet at (he auxiliary hospital at 11 a.m. Sunday. fuzzy sweaters, wide-legged pants and gored skirts. Buyers attending the fasliion shows were told men's suits and pants, sporting high waistbands, are big sellers this season. Skirts, which are being' out- sold by panls, are pleated or flared into mobility. The event also saw Harold J. Mandelker elected for his third lorm as president of the mar- ket. "This has been the biggest market of Mr. Mandelker said here. "There was defi- nitely a shortage of goods for summer, and stores ran short. So now they're ordering and or- dering with great confidence." He added that the market had produced about million in sales. "That's up a good 10 lo 15 per cent over-all." PUT IN FRIDGE Left-overs from prepared dishes should be refrigerated within an hour. s. not felling his dt secret. 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