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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ,2-THE IEIIIBRIDCE i k tltiY, March 15. 197? NO EXCUSES The iron monster spells out the truth, the truth, and nothing but the truth to Weight Watcher Patricia Dudley of Magrath. Area director Al Osten of Calgary checks on Hie weight loss. -Phil Faulds Photo Several ions of fallen flab eart go over top fly M.-1UIIKKN' JAMIKSON Family Kditur I new monitors remain behind to over tile program. ''We don't hide the word The fund is now SMS.SO 'fat.' We accept them at 10 Ibs. richer because some of Albcr-1 They're on their way then to becoming a mcili> eal problem." Arlificial sweeteners and diet stxhi pop used by mem- bers, but "we shun the diel s h e 1 f. Take il away, and you've lost yew cruteh." f ale cnaar o, I li ocal wife-beater la's chubbics lost G1- tons ot flab in February, said Al Os- ten, Weight Watchers area di- rector from Calgary. February was heart month, and the organisation pledged live cents to the fiuul (or every pound lost by members. More than pounds cr.ine off in just 29 days, he said. Mr. Osten was in town for the annual open bouse of the Lethbridge group, which will three years eld in N'overnbor. Weight Watchers puts a great deal of emphasis on balanced eating, he said. "1 think eating must be stressed, as we have a lot of eating in the program to help the compulsive eater." j do it group wise, be- i cause dieting 3s a very lonely j life. This way have cam- j p-tiny.1' S Urn, trim An net tc he said, is Ihe regular lecturer for the Lethbridge group, and a 5ft ]b. loser. "She came out of thc chairs to become a to show what pan be done. Slw went through thc classes in Ed- monton and is now back in Dia- mond City again, whore her husband is Members attend a weekly meeting, weigh in in a secluded area, and listen to the lecture. Afterwards, said Mr. Osten, According to Mr. Osten, tlie medical profession has said tha' "no one before has had (Jw re- sults of Weight Watchers." Ho claims that one reason is be eause thsy have an organized program. The bcthhridge branch meets each Tuesday at 1 p.m. nn p tk up papers in lier irdc-n. She titled a reck and fu (1 e t nvcrms right en top of the ground. Eileen Fjnderson, 1K07 S toporU n gophor hi- 1 rn under her carport, n s popring out for lunch on thc front lawn and scuttling hack to thc carport after lunch. Seven year olc5 nock lias seen a snipe "flying around the reservoir and sing ing" in Iron Springs. BEST-O-MILK (LETHBRIDGE) Presents Besl-o-Milk Powdered Milk Sensation POWDERED CREAM SUBSTITUTE SKIM MILK POWDER 2% MILK POWDER CHOCOLATE MILK POWDER INQUIRIES P1EASE PHONE LETHBRIDGE OFFICE 328-7114 RES. 328-7505 COALDALE 345-3471 Accident in bed T.OUKSEV1LLE, Qlic. (CP) A local resident ir, thi.s com- munity 60 miles northeast of Montreal may havfl some, trou- ble understanding how she injured by a car while asleep in her hod. Thc car, driven hy Lambert, went out of con- i trol on an icy road and crash- ed through the window of a house, injuring Mrs. Frank Leo who was asleep in her hed at i thc time. Mrs. Leo suffered Islighl cut.s from broken glass. 0