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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THt LltHSRIDOE HERALD WndtmJny, Mnrth 31, the grab bag MAUREEN JAM1ESON friend like the cily manager, d o w n t o w n merchants can live witliout wiemies. If Tom Nutting has his way, doirntoun shoppers and em- ployees arc to be penalized with more costly parking. Undoubtedly, many of us who resent this on principle, for financial reasons, or boih; will simply move on onl to the for-free parking tots at the shopping malls. But I cant help wondering Virginia, Tinaminc, Rib- oflavin ar.d Niacin are not the newest hot rod; fvoup in; town. They are a bunch of B vitamins appearing more and more frequently as additives in various foods. I've been swallowing for years, but only recently found out what they're all about, so 1 pass the informa- tion along: Thiaxnine releases foot! energy from carbohydrates. (E develops normal growth, maintains good appetite and helps the nervous system uo Its stuff. It is found in pork and pork products, dried psas, The epidemic of junk mail spreads joy and happiness throughout the post office, pouring millions of revenue dollars into its coffers. But to many householders, the stuff is nothing shrrt of a pain in the neck. There are four ways (o handle junk when it drops uninvited on your welcome mat: use it, dump it, send it back or refuse to accept it. Don't ask the mailman to stop delivering it. The law says if a letter or parcel is addressed to you, it belongs to you. However you can mark the envelope sign it, and return it to the post of- fice. But keep in mind: are not required to pay for books, records, mag- azines or other merchandise you didn't order. Ignore the In the market for a yummy quickie dessert? Whip your- self up a cake mix in your favorite flavor, and leave it to cool. Mix one package instant lemon-flavored pudding mix if the added tunds, II any, will compensate for the loss of taxes from downlown busi- nessmen pushed over (he cliff by this endearing gesture, Will city hall Ihcn be forced (o rnise properly t axes to meet social service comnilt- mouts to linemployed store clerks nnd thoir bosses? Or will Mr. Nulling gener- ously donalc a healthy por- tion of his recent, sizsule in- crease in salary to keep the wheels of local government turning smoothly? beans, lentils, whole grain and enriched cereals, and flours, bread, potatoes and pastas. Riboflavin performs similar functions, but also helps maintain healthy skin and eyes. It is found in milk nnd m ilk products (except but- cheese, eggs, meat, sal- mon leafy greens, enriched flours and cereals, bread and pr.slos. Niacin functions in the same way and is present in many of the above foods, but it also found in fish and poultry, tomatoes, peanuts and peanut butter. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY o' P.M. Jackpot in 52 Number! 12 in 7 Numbers 4th 6th Gomes Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards SI ,00 3 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHIIDREM UNDER U SPONSORED BY THE IOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SUPER SAVE ON THESE SPRING FABRICS Now is Ihe timo to sew your Spring outfit from these specially priced fabrics and SAVE These are priced far fcwlow their normal price, so buy now the selection U flood. 60" ACRYLIC PLAIDS Choica of either SEERSUCKER PLAIDS (75% Acrylic, 25% Polyester) Of LINEN LOOK PLAIDS (70% acrylic, 25% cation, S% other All machine washable, .lust imaging 114 yds., that's enough for a pair of panri costs only SPECIAL 0.89 yd. PLAIN COTTON SEERSUCKERS So nice and crisp for summer dresses or blouses, machine washable, and doei nol require Ironing, Comes in pink; yellow; green, 4 Oft SPECIAL, yd, J About 39" 60" KNITS FOR PANTS In small patterns, ideal weight for Men's pants. Choice of 100% polyester or 80% polyester, 20% M QE wool. About 60" wide. SPECIAL, yd. tf Silk-olina 320 7th St. S., Lethbridge, Alto. Everyone's gelling into the act Scoll and Michael Nelson lend a helping hand lo the Grcenacres Kiwanfs Club and sluff envelopes for Ihe up- coming Easier Seal campaign. Easter Seal dollars ore used to meet the needs of crippled children, providing such things as accommodation and transportation during diag- nosis, summer camp, prescribed appliances and equip- ment and drug costs. TTc Venereal disease spreading rapidly By GLENN IS Z1LM OTTAWA (CP) The federal lealtli department is concerned ibout rising rates ot venereal lisoasc, which have, says ilealth Minister Marc Lalonde, 'reached almost epidemic pro- portions." National rates continued to climb in 1072. Figures soon to >3 released by Statistics Can- ada will show a level of 190 cases of gonorrhea for every persons. This is near 214 cases per population in 1948, the worst year on record, when ma- jor campaigns were launched urging pecpi.e to learn the symp- toms and seek treatment. In an interview here, the minister said his department has been looking into possible steps to be taken to combat the two most common venereal dis- and gonorrhea. I "It's not only a matter of Jus! lighting it (by treatment) like an epidemic of he said. "It is related to a revolu- social morals and sex- ual habits." The health department is con- sidering a possible royal com- mission-type study into the soci- ological aspects of Uie problem, he said. STUDY LENGTHY However, there are pros and cons for such a major study, he added. For one thing, a major study with public hearings akes an extremely long time bills. They'll probably stop in time. If not, wait for a sum- mons and reach for the near- est lawyer. sure you have not in- dicated at some earlier stage that you were prepared to accept an offer. If you did, you're obliged to pay up. invoices carefully, and don't accept COD goods if you haven't ordered them. an unsolicited cre- dit card arrive in the mail, and you don't intend to use it first cut it up so others can't use it, then toss it in the garbage. any suspected mis- use of the mails. The post of- fice has legal authority to in- terfere with mail which is obscene, indecent or im- moral, is false or fraudulent advertising, or contains infor- mation on belting, wagering or bookmaking. as dkected. Mix one 2-oz. package powdered dessert topping as directed and fold into the pudding. Spread mixture over cooled cake. Makes a delicious top- ping, with no further flavor- ing needed. Blood clot concept challenged By LAWRENCE K. ALTMAN iXew Vurk Times .Service STOCKHOLM (AP) Three Swedish doctors "have mads a discovery that challenges the basic medical concepts of t h e relationship between bipod clots and heart attacks. The doctors reported that blood clots are formed in the coronary arteries after a heart attack, doctors net before as had assumed. They said they had made the. new findings by following the course of a human protein that Ihey had injected into a group of heart attack patients under treatment in the coronary care unit o[ the Serafimer Hospital here. The human protein, called fibrinogen, is essential for the normal blood clotting process. The fibrinogen had made radio-active so Ihe researchers could determine precisely when the clot formed before or after the heart attack, i Dr. Lcif Erhai-dr, the princi- pal Swedish investigaior, said in an interview that the results could rekindle an old conlro- i versy about Uie value of anti- coagulants, or blood thinning drugs, in the treatment of heart I attacks. Because the clots ap- parently are formed after the attack, the Swedish study sug- gests that anticoagulants could have little value in preventing might most iosclerosis, which damages the "We know of no way coronary arteries that carry j if a living patient has Banks offer opportunity to women. WINNIPEG (CP) Women need not be content with Ihe idea they could advance no fur- ther than the position of ledger- keeper m banks, two city bank mmimize the size eiots once managers have agreed. they begin to form. There- have been many I Erhardt also said that the changes regarding the role of j Swedish team's findings, if confirmed by researchers else- where, could have importanl implications for research into oxygenated blood to (he heart muscle. Because blood clots usually are found in the ar- eries oE patienls who have died from heart attacks, most doriors have assumed tat )lood clots induce neirt at- acks by obstructing blood flow to heart muscels through an avteriosclerotic dnmr.ged cor- onary artery. Yet doctors have been puzzl- ed by the fact thai some heart women in banking during the last 20 years, said Lu H, Bird, manager of a suburban Cana- dian Imperial Bank of Com- merce and the first female manager in Canada for that bank. Jean Hird, manager of an- other branch in the city, said opportunities for women to be- come hank managers are there but "you have to show7 a willing- ness." She said anyone wanting a promotion should try to do a job better than anyone else without worrying about salary or recog- nition as it would come with time. the cause of heart attacks. Heart attacks usually patients suffering from attacks occur in of a blood clot. the absence Most heart specialists have suspected that stood clots arc a primary cause of heart attacks though some cardiologists have argued that clots are merely a -secondary lo lell i coro- nnry artery thrombus (clot) or Erhardt said. He added: have no animal models for such cxperimenial studies be- cause animals do not gel henrt attacks." Accordingly, the Swedish team could study just those pa- tients who died from complica- tions of the heart attacks that caused Ilieir admission to tho Scraliiner Hospital coronary care unit. Some palients who died had no clots in their cor- onary arteries. Home nursing course i An eight-week course in home i nursing will get under way a [7 p.m. Tuesday, in the nurses residence at the Leihbridgi Municipal Hospital. The course, sponsored by St John's Ambulance Association is open to the general public It will cover a wide range of topics, including il'ncss in the home, nutrition and care of a patient with longterm illness. Adapting home equipment for patient care will also be dis- cussed, together with family health planning for disaster and emergency home delivery. St. John's Ambulance Associ- ation will award its home mu-s- ing certificate on successful completion of the course, which is aimed at providing general Attempts to setlle the deb-He have been handicapped until cently by the lack of suitable experimental methods. When Erhardt decided to combine his pathology training with cardiology, he learned that a radioactive fibruwgen techni- que developed a decade ago had not been applied to the study of clots in heart attacks. So Erhardt.and his colleagues decided to use it on alt patients who volunteered after they were admitted to the coronary care unit. The ongoing study, which is psrl of a larger research pro- strike j ject, has involved more than 200 arter-! ps-Uents in less than a year. _yv will The Archaeological Society U of A, will present the pro- of Alberta, Lethbridge .Centre, gram, stone tool making as re- lated to materials found on the Cypress Hills. Mr. Bonnichsen an expert flinl-knapper. a The beginners' square dance group will dance Thursday at p.m. at Uie Dr. Hamman school in Taber. Women asked to please bring a box lunch. This is being held in con- junction with the recreation de- partment. The provincial branch of the VON will meet Friday at p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Mr, rHE WORLD OF FASHION By RANGONI, FLORENCE, ITALY Bruce Dafoe president. of Edmonton is The Memorial society of Southern Alberta will meet in the gas company audilorum Stafford Drive, Thursday at 8 p.m. There will be an election of officers and directors, f guest speaker wilt be presenl Our Spring collection of Arnolfi now complete. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 61S-4IH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. to discuss the work of the kid ney foundation and answer (juesUons. The Margaret Hartley Pas Presidents' Club will meet Fri day at p.m. at the home o Mrs. A. S. Hovan, 1110 ID St S. Native women meet EDMONTON (CP) gates to the annual meeting of lie Voice ot Alberta Native Vonien concern here >ecau'se young white children use derogatory terms such as w11 when passing natives on the street. A number of resolutions urg- ng that teachers in nil Alberta schools be trained in native cul- uve were passed by more lhan 200 delegates. "White children need to un- derstand that all people arc said one delegate. One resolution suggested that additional native women should >e trained as teachers' aides fo assist in developing understand- ing of the native culture. Delegates also urged that fa- cih'lies be provided for school drop-outs so they could be up- graded for retraining. The meeting passed a resolu- tion lhal native children need- ing foster parents should be left with native families. An Indian Affairs Department official also called for a rever- sal in the trend of placing na- Ive children in foster homes off the reserves. Taking cliildrcn off the re- serve leads to alienation of the child from family and cornmun-1 ity, Lillian Ingram, regional' supervisor of social services with the department, said at the conference. "There is no dispute that In- dian children are better off if placed within their own cul- Art Betcher, program supervisor of foster homes for information area. However the also be helpful to those planning on seeking employment in nurs- ing homes or as ward aides. Further information is avail- able from Mrs. Peggy Hender- son, RN, phone 327-1382 or 028- !5971. and is expensive. As well, most of the basic 'acts about the causes and treatment of vencral disease al- ready are known. Mr. Lalonde said he person- ally leaned toward a smaller, simpler study by a committee of experts who could look at all aspects of the problem, social as well as educational and med- ical, and produce a report much faster. "It is cur intention to have this question on the agenda of the next meeting of deputy min- isters of and he said. "They will try to assess the most recent trends and look at whether there are special ex- periments and programs lo be taken on a national basis." A broader program of public education might be needed, he said. For example, there might be a need for more information of the type preserved on a re- cent special television program about venereal disease. Thi> was prepared In the U.S., but also carried by a Ca- nadian network GOOD IMPACT "We have net yet bad the re- sults of the program in Canada, but I am told that in the U.S. it had quite an impact. The medi- cal profession had a substantial influx of people who had never reported the disease before and now were going to see the doc- tors." The minister said a lot could be done through the educational system right away, especially >vidmg general in high schools and colleges, this particular Radio and television could do a great deal as well, he added, certificate will "But our intention is to dis- cuss the matter with the provin- cial deputy ministers of health because so much of terms of the social to do with education and areas upon which the provinces havs a more direct control." THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I hate to see his bill for this lob." RUMMAGE SALE Sponsored by the DR. F. H. NEW BURN QBE CHAPTER I O.D.E. SATURDAY, MARCH 31st at 9 a.m. ALL PURPOSE ROOM CIVIC CENTRE the provincial health and social development department, said. He asked native women throughout the province to "open your homes" to native children needing foster care. "Your home doesn't have to be fancy. 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