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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 30, 1971 - THI UTHBftlDOE HIRAID - If Descending order Here's one way to maintain order when feeding a batch of hungry youngsters. The nine little weimaraners in Parkes, Australia, each has its own little bowl a safe distance from the others. Supervising the chow line is their mother, Rothwell Raeder, while their yawning father, Repercharge Rommel looks onu SEA DISASTER. One hundred years ago, the luxury liner Atlantic hit a hidden reef only 150 yardj off the coast of Nova Scotia and 546 persons perished, including every woman and child aboard except one. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Myron Wilson recoils the dreadful tragedy of March 31, 1873. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE SINGLE DIET Alligators and crocodiles nothing but meat. eat Pre-School Kindergarten General Stewart School April 30-May 25 Student registration will be April 16-April 19 For further information contact school at 328-1201 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Me-writing to you. What a laugh. But since you don't know me or the young lady, you're a perfect choice. The problem is complicated. Feelings are involved. Why would a beautifully groomed, attractive young'. woman walk around with a dirty neck? I keep wondering if anyone else notices it. I don't see how they could miss. I think she realizes it and attempts to cover it up by wearing a lot of junky chains and other heavy jewelry. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am marrying a fine young man who was married before. The marriage took place when he was very young (age 18) and his wife gave birth to a baby girl seven months later. They were divorced shortly after the child was born. His ex-wife moved to another part of the country and her well-to-do parents insisted on taking over the financial responsibility for the child. Three years later his ex-wife married a college professor and my fiance permitted the stepfather to legally adopt his little girl. He has not seen either his wife or child for several years and doesn't wish to. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 am panicky and need your advice. I just learned that someone who is very close to our family is a homosexual. I was shocked, to put it mildly. He does not know that I am aware of his deviation. I could overlook it, except for the fact that I am concerned about our children. We have two little boys. Will you tell me. please, if If you are going to suggest that I come right out and tell her (the typical Ann Landers approach) can you supply me with the proper words? I can't just say, "Honey, your neck is dirty." Thanks, Annie. - Tongue-Tied In Tahoe DEAR T.T.: Untie your tongue and try this: "Honey, I'll bet you: don't know that your jewelry is discoloring your neck. Let me buy you some jewelry cleaner and we'll check your neck in a day or two and I'll bet there's a whale of a difference." The problem is that my fiance's mother has a large photograph of her granddaughter in the dining room. She has not seen the youngster in years either but it is her only grandchild and she cherishes that picture. Ann, my parents will be having dinner there in a few weeks and are bound to ask, "Who is this little girl?" I have not mentioned my fiance's first marriage to anyone. My parents are deeply religious and I was afraid it might damage their opinion of him. They think he is perfect. Any advice?-Shaky DEAR SHAKY: Tell your parents at once. There is no other way. homosexuals have any special interest in young children? Also, do you think he might try to influence our little boys against girls?- Afraid DEAR AFRAID: The percentage of homosexuals who are child molesters is actually smaller than among heterosexuals. Your little boys would probably be safer with this friend than with a "funny" heterosexual uncle. Consumer council criticized for misdirecting efforts TORONTO (CP) - David Bond has left the Canadian Consumer Council in Ottawa somewhat disenchanted after 14 months as its executive secretary. He is proud of some of the research done by the council but credits the Consumers Association of Canada with "filling the void" because Canada has no sfcridant consumer crusader. "The consumer council has played a role but not nearly as effective a role as the members think it has," said the former University of British Columbia professor. "In olher words, they have inflated their viewpoint of what the council does." But Dr. Bond has become "an avowed consumer activist," and said he intends to work with the Consumers Association of Canada. Then he criticized the CACI for spending "most of its time just settling jurisdictional disputes within itself and petty fights over who is going to succeed whom rather than concentrating on the major issues." URGES COMPLAINTS However, he does believe in the power of the individual. If consumers don't complain, government assumes there is nothing to complain about. "Write a letter," he urged. "Write u> everybody." On the Canadian transport commission, he says "the research which we have done for the council indicates there are some strong problems with the commission." "The point is that the commission is predicated on the belief that there will be equal adversaries and the commission will act as a judge. And that's fiction because there is not equality." Dr. Bond said he thinks Bell Canada will win its battle with the commission for higher phone rates "by constant reap-plication." He suggested interested consumers should write their members of Parliament "and say you've got to make the transport commission perform better." "The point is if enough people do it, the commission will perform better. This haa got to stop where the odds are so loaded in favor of a public utility." He said he also worries about organized lobbies which are "extremely effective in getting sizable benefits which are paid for primarily by the consumer." The one thing he learned during his sojourn with the consumer council is that "the consumer needs an effective voice here in Ottawa and at the provincial level - and he just doesn't have it right now." Diet replaces dialysis in severe kidney disease BALTIMORE (AP) - A Johns Hopkins University medical researcher has developed a diet regimen he says could replace or reduce the need for dialysis in patients suffering severe kidney disease. The procedure sharply curbs proteins in a patient's diet and substitutes for them keto acids-the components left when nitrogen is removed from proteins. Although the body's protein needs continue to be met, says Dr. I'lacKenzie Wajser, the combination of a strictly meatless diet and keto acids does not produce the toxic blood wastes that must currently be removed by blood-cleansing dialysis. For some patients the regimen could eventually reduce or replace costly dialysis and high-risk organ transplants, Dr. Wal-ser said. Dr. Walser said the cost of a daily keto acid dose could be less than 10 dollars a week if they were commercially pro- duced, compared with $300 a week for two or three dialysis treatments. MORE STUDY NEEDED While the system still requires considerable research before it can be widely applied, the pharmacology and experimental therapeutics professor said, "It is clear that for patients with certain levels of severity, the treatment can replace dialysis." Dr. Walser said patientt whose kidneys function at two to 10 per cent of the normal level appear to be the most suitable candidates for the dietary regimen. The treatment does not prevent deterioration of kidney function, he emphasized. A report on Dr. Walser's findings in the current edition of the Journal of Clinical Investigation indicates the substitution of keto acids allowed six of 10 volunteers to go without dialysis up to nine months at a time. BIG SAVINGS ON REFRIGERATORS AND ELECTRIC RANGES RIGHT NOW AT . . . FAIRFIELD'S APPLIANCES AND TELEVISION SALES COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-9443 1242 3rd AVE. S. (Across from the Elkt Club) Phone 328-0082 THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT - .. for Quality. Service and Price Satisfaction FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 30th and 31st CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS - COALDALE FREE DELIVERY Centre Village IGA WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, MARCH 31st ROUND STEAK or RUMP ROAST TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF lb. GROUND BEEF TABLERITE FRESH lb. CANADA GRADE A GOLDEN WEST 16-20 lbs.........lb. GAINERS CAPITOL LAYER PACK lb........ BANANAS GOLDEN RIPE CANTALOUPE SERVE WITH ICE CREAM POTATOES NO. 2 GEMS TOMATOES VINE RIPE, CANADA NO. 1 IMPORTED LARGE SIZE REGAL APPLE AND STRAWBERRY JAM FACIAL TISSUE SCOTTIES SCOTIAN GOLD APPLE SAUCE 43 oz. tin 3 colors 2 ply 200's . . 14-fl. oz. tins . Fresh from our In-Store Bakery Blueberry or Cherry ;