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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICIAL TASTER Mrs. Marjorie Auslin performs one of her many duties at dietitian of Lelhbridge Dietitian's Work Full Of Variety Municipal Hospital as jvomplei food prepartd in main kitchen. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our teen-age children one i the other a girl both have good part-lime jobs. We, as parents, are proud of them but we are some limes appalled at the things they buy. They insist that so long as they earn the money they can spend it as they please. Do parents have the right to say, "No, you cannot buy when we believe Ihey are using poor judgment? For example: our daughter wants a third coal. She has two coats, bKh fashionable and in good condition. We are unable to resolve this problem In our family. Please help us. Rapids Hassle DEAR GRAND HASSLE: The rules should have been set down the day your children earned their first dollar. The ideal arrangement is to make it clear thai 50 per cent of whatever is earned should be saved. The other 50 per cent can be spent on anything no questions asked. It's too late tel up such rules after the facl. You may expreis an opinion to your teen-agers but you cannot forbid them to spend Iheir o-ra mor.ey on whatever they decide to buy, since this was hot agreed upon. Fair is fair. Saluiday, Maich 11, 1970 THi LHHIRIDGE HIRAIO 17 By CHRISTINE PUIIL "lleralrl Stall Writer Almost one third of all 200 hospital patients are on a special diet which has to be individually prepared in the Majorie Austin, dietitian for the l-cliibridge Municipal Hospital. "A dietitian is one of the most misunderstood proies- sions among said Mrs. Austin. "A lot of girls don't know about it and most counsellors don't include it in careers day." "1 always wanted to work It a hospital. When I graduated from high school at 16 years end couldn't start nursing unti 18 I atlended university to be a dietitian. I've never regret ted it." Her greatest joy Is In the variety of duties she performs such as administration, cafete- ria set up, patient instruction therapeutic, class instruction and general food supervision She has 58 people on her slaf] The Municipal Hospital is o t decentralized system. Thi means bulk food is prepared i the main kitchen and sent u large quantities to indiridua Kichens on each Door. From there it is served onto traj by a dietnry staff separal TOOTHACHE Dm'l suffer WHY. tollers ;th hi seconds u millions to ORMO. Wiei sou cn't sst to del tilt itt fist actir m_ ora-jel om the main kitchen's staff. Basic diets are fluid, light, ft, regular and special. A dif- color card on each ay marks each type, to e sure the servings cop 2spond with prescribed diets, lis system prevents any mix- 's. Special diets include fat-free IT people with gall bladder rouble, diabetic, either high or calorie content, salt free, llergenic. Mrs. Austin said hat lately tlwre have been a ot of people, both children ar.d dults who need gluten free diets. This means that they can ot eat any of the products rom flax, wheat, oats, barley rye. Rice and com are the inly cereals they can eat. Mrs. Austin can still regret ully remember the menu fo each day of the week in be boarding school. Therefore al hough her patients may selec a certain meal, there is no EC ,veekly menu pattern. She sale it took her a long time in on lospital to break the patients habit of expecting apple pie o Friday. Special treats on the patient's trays during festive holidays are provided by the Ladies Auxiliary to the hospital. Mrs. Austin said this is a very ap- preciated time saver for her stall. Training for Mrs. Austin In- cluded four year1 university degree with i major in foods and nutrition at McGill Uni versity, plus one year intern- ship at an authorized hospital. Some universities have now -A. E. Cross Photo APRIL ond Mn. Herbett L. of LelVibridge, wish lo announce the forthcoming of Iheir elder daughter, Marilyn Ann, to Mr. Marland Edward Larler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Slanley f. Larler of Picture Bulte. The wedding will lake place on Saturday, April 25, at 4 p.m., in McKillop Uniled Church. Girls' Hockey Match Tte Flyers, YMCA girls hoc- key team will host the Clip- per Queens during a hockey game Sunday at 9 a.m. in Adams Ice Centre. The public has been invited to attend. There will be no ad- mission charge. SETTLE DISPUTE EAST LONDON, South Africa (AP) Mtina Ngqine accused Bodi Tinndanto of stealing a cooking pot. They settled the dispute at dawn with batleaxes. Thandano won, still insisting ha had not taken the not. The judge gave him 18 months for manslaughter. THE NEWEST CALGARY (CP) Try using a synthetic lace tablecloth over a brightly colored sheet or strip of broadcloth for the newest in able fashions, says a Calgary home decorator. changed this to course. five year Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements MR. AND MRS. JACOB RONALD THIESSEN Thlessen- Sangster In Herald Doubts ring vows uniting Jo- anne Lynn Sangster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Sang- ster of Taber and Jacob Ron- ald Tniessen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake E. Tnicssen of Vaux- hail wefe performed by Rev. (enneth Morris in Knox United Church in Taber. Mrs. Halley 3hiUips, soloist, was accom- panied by Mrs. Victoria Lind- ay as organist, both of Taber. Miss Lillian Sakamoto of je'hbridge was maid of honor, iridcsmaids were Mrs. Judy leal, Taber and Miss N o r m a Sangster, sister of the 'bride, rom Edmonton. Flower girl for KT sister's wedding was Miss Cathy Sangster. Best man was Mr. Ralph All wedding reports, morrioga and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page In The Herald': Saturday edilion each week. Special requests for publication on other tpecific days of the week will be given every consideration, Wedding Reports, with or wilhout picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the Information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available al The REPORT ONLY S.OO REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding Reporf- If you wish Informalion published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, ond the entire report will Ihen be charged at 20c per count line, Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor. The IctMmdgc Herald Shaffer of Warner and grooms- men were Dr. Wallace Reed, Brooks and Mr. Lynn Ferguson of Warner. Ushering the guests were Mr. Bill Sangster, brother of the bride and Mr. Larry Coombes, both of Taber. A supper reception was held in the Moose Hall in Taber, where the wedding cake, dec- orated by Mrs. Ina Powell o! Lethbridge was cut by the bride and groom with a knife sent from Scotland fifty-four years ago, which had been used at the bride's grandmother's wed' ding. After a hor-eymoorj to points in Montana, the couple nro re- siding in the Taber area, ADULT ORGAN CLASSES Beginners Class Starts Monday, April 6th Advanced Class Starts Tuesday, April 7th Photo By Priestley MR. AND MRS. PETER LYNN HEATH Heath-Russell F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6lh Ave. Aand 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cards for 1.00 or 25c Each Twelve 7 Number Gomel JACKPOT Games and Free Card DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed Laurel, daughter of1 IT. and Mrs. Mac C. Russell Diamond City became the ride of Peter Lynn Heath, son Mr. and Mrs. John E. Heath f Ottawa. The double ring mar- iage rites look place in the Al- Mrta Temple, Cardston with "resident 0. W. Ui'senbach of- iciating. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Paul Ciesla end Miss Marianne Rus- sell, sisters ol the bride, both of Diamond City, along with Mrs. Kent Snow of Calgary. Best man was Mr. Keith Rus- sell of Urbana, Dlinois. Grooms- men were the Messrs. Davic Russell and Little Light wth of Diamond City. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Russell received the guests at the recep lion held in the Diamond LDS Cultural Hall and attending the guesi book was Mrs. Bill DyA of Lethbridge. Master of cere monies for the occasion was lr. Ken Russell of Diamond Sly. The couple are residing at 87 South Stale, Provo, Utah there they are both continuing RASTEDO'S BIG VALUE SALE CONTINUES WITH HUGE DISCOUNTS on all FURNITURE on our display floor. BASTEDO FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY 522 Sth Street S. Phone 327-7711 their education at University. Brigham WIG SALES AMD SERVICE f nRV'x "AUIY V.UBI 1 SAION 322 13lh 51. N. 327-5687 START YOUR EASTER SHOPPING IN YOUR CLOTHES CLOSET last year's Eosler wardrobe will be fresh and look like new again with our quality dry cleaning. Why not save money For FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY Call- BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS-TAILORS 317 10th St. S. Phone 327-5771 Heaf Bread To heat a tong loaf of French bread, you can use a moderate oven and let it heat for 10 or 15 minutes. MRS. MARLENE HACKER In Co-optntion With HEINTZMAN Presents classes for iduHt to learn to pliy orgin. Ownerj end non-owneri are Invited to tha quick MHDRED ALEXANDER METHOD through group Instruction. Phone, Write or Cill In HEINTZMAN 313 7th St. S. 326-2663 1ETHM1DCE Your Guide tor Gift-Giving Gift Registry When o brido visits our Gift Reglslry, il's trio beginning of mony happy ex- periences. As she selects trie pollerns and colors for her household trousseau, the graciously provides o guide for gifl- giving which will serve for years to come. Family ond friends may consull these records as they shop for wedding gifls ond later ot anniversary and holiday limes. Our Bride List MARILYN CHRISTIE TWIIA DOENZ BETTY FIVATOFf SYIVIA HAMER SANDRA XIMMITT MARILYN LYCKMAN LINDA PtOMP IINDA RAZZCH1NI JUDY SMITH DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd 5. Phone 327-5767 ;