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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 lETHSWDGB HERALD Snlurday, Mmch 31, 1973 i vi net City youth society in planning stages A society for Ihe youth of Lethbridge is in Lhe process of being iormed, according to Bud Bell, co-oi'dinator of the city drop-in centres. "What arc attempting to do, is form an out-reacli pro- gram in the community to re- place the existing drop-in ceu-; explained Mr. Bell. He said the present system j is semi-structured, and is aim- ed at youths in the 12- to 18-1 year age group. "The centres are located at Winston Churchill High, Agnes Davidson and the civic centre when booking allows. "But we feel there is a need for centralized, permanent fa- cilities." s-id Mr. He said the proposed society, which would be incorporated under the society's act, would be known as Community Out- reach Program Society. "Tt would be run on the eon- cep', of a drop-in centre.'1 lie added, "but would also offer a structured program plan which would operate on the periphery of the centre itself. "The centre would offer a place to be, lo belong; and those members, who wish In get involved in the programs could do so as well." Mr. Bell said COPS hopes lo involve the community in the centre, and in this way expects it will work at a more efficient level. The purposes of the society are to develop young people 3rd the community and to pra- vide meaningful and positive relationships: To foster youth initiated pro- grams and to provide resources for the continuation of such programs; To identify and resolve prob- lems in the community whicii apply to young people; and to involve youth in the making of decisions. Interested persons who can identity with these goals, are asked to attend the public meeting to be held Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Family YMCA. Hitchhiker missing since August TORONTO (CP) Billboard across the country asking In- grid Br.uc" tc, conic home to Kleinburg, Ont., have been taken down hut a reward for information leading to the girl, missing since last August, still stands, her father said. "We will never give up hope that she is alive as long as we iive." Oscar Bauer said. Ingrid, 15. was last seen Aug. 10 hitch-hiking to her hoy- friend's house five miles from Kleinburg, northwest of To- ronio. Mr. Bauer wrote recently to liealth insurance commis- sions in the 10 provinces asking that his daughter's picture be posted in hospitals. Official kick-off family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON The annual Canadian Cancer Society daffodil drive will be held Thursday Ihrauah Saturday of this week, wilh the flowers of hope available at numerous outlets in the city. The campaign is directed by the Ordsr of the Eastern Star, Laurel and Maple Leaf chaplcrs. Deputy Mayor Co mm Barnes, at left, officially proclaimed the drive and was presented wilh the first flowers by Mrs. T. W, S. Band, worthy matron of Maple Leaf chapter, far right, os Mrs. A. S. Hovan, worthy matron of Laurel chap- ter looks en. All proceeds be donated to the cancer society. Beef-eaters buying selectively I Wee Whimsy I Women's Auxiliary 10 lethbrictge Municipal Hospital and Gait School of Nursing THANK all who supported their Bridge Party WINNERS: Isabel Rogers Hester McGregor Henriefta Hatt Dorothea Smith CneV Pre-Schoot Kindergarten General Slcwart School April 30 -May 15 Sludonl registration will ht April 16-April 19 For further information contact school ot 328-1201 9 a.m. To p.m. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In Herald All weeding reports, rnarnage and engapement announcements now ba published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requesls for publication on olher specific days of tha week be givsn every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information yoj provide on The Herald'i standard wedding report form, (available at The> REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor Canadian food shoppers con- tinue lo be beef-eaters, despite galloping prices, but they may become thinner beei-eaters. Even people who aren't threatening to join the growing number of beef boycotts being j organized around the country are beginning to buy smaller quantities and cheaper cuts. But indications are that beef is still the big seller. Butchers are reducing their stocks to meet the buy-less trend. You still get four park chops or two steaks in a pack- age, but they're sliced thinner. iMost of the independent butchers in a Cross- I Canada Survey by The Cana- j dkm Press, Kay business is j good. Ent many acknowledge that customers are shopping more carefully. Customers say they are tak- ing home fewer roasts, and for new ways to uso I hamburger and leftovers. Jniius Fuss of Warden Meat Market in Toronto, described j graphically what happens. j "A customer" says, I want a six-pound roast. I put it on the scale and tell her the price. She says it's loo mucii, give me a smaller roast. TSien she says, j that won't bs enough, give me 1 some hamburger. I'll make a meat loaf." Customers and butchers said there is a shift to cheaper beef cuis, but not away from beef to other meats. Ivan MacNevin of .Ill's Meals said customers are buying less heel but not more of other tilings. "Even the price of poultry is "When roast beef was cheaper, people bought perhaps two roasts a week. Now it could lie just one and they're using going sky high now. It's a hamburger or ground chuck the vicious circle. other'night." -----------j Frank Wienslein of City Meat and Sausage in Montreal said there are few cheap outs of anything. Noting that some stores are slicing meat thinner, he recommended cooking thin- ner cuts wilh green pepper or onion to flavor and moisten Ihcm. The manager of an Ottawa IGA said meat sales volume has held steady in terms of cash, but declined in terms of quanlity. "People are spending the same amount of money on meat hut eating less." Shirley Fcjrbts, an Edmon- ton consumer, said sli2 buys cheaper CIKS and no longer buys on impulse. Cntlierir.2 Hamsell in St. John's, Nild., buys cheaper cuts and more fis'n and msUcs tet- ter use of leftovers. They be- come meat instead of cuts for lunch. Sylvia of Lucerne, Que., said: "We used to have a roast a week, but any- more. We buy a lot of fish now and do a lot of Chinese cooking. Il's cheaper." Said Mrs. William Halls o! Vancouver: "1 haven't bought a roEsl of bcof in four months. I just generally buy less meat now, that's aH there is to it." -M L.atitnaar cLocal Ladies of the Old Timers' i Betty Bartman, 2317 Scenic T'VE never been able to understand why people make resolutions at New Year. Most of us firmly re- solve to hang on to our tem- per, go on a diet, or both. At that time of year, the average loving wife and- mother is licijed before she starts. Gazing around at the debris of a New Year party, or the pile of rubble left, behind from the school vaca- iion, it is only human for her lo scream in frustration, then reach for the .icarcst calorie- packed goodie to build up her strength before she reaches for the steam shovel. And within the next month ov so, a couple of little bliz- zards will happen along to drive her stir-crazy, trapping her in a house with a bulging refrigerator. Who can blame her for in- dulging in a sinful whirl of lemon meringue pie? Ashamed, she lets out a couple.of sidcseairs and vows to go on the wagon. Two weeks later, little Nausea comes down with mumps, E g g b e r t Junior breaks a leg or two, the baby gets croup, and hubby is sent out of town. Tills is no time to think of dieting. T think the time to make those all important resolu- tions is the first tine day of spring, when 1 glance casu- ally out a window and see all those perfectly revolting sera w n y women sporting skinny minis, and I .know for a fact I can't even fit into las-t summer's ter.t dress. Happiness for me, becomes a matter of watching Ihe in- dicator on Ihe family scales go down, instead of up. Misery is like last week, when I went shopping for a dress. Ail thoic gorgeous new spring things, in their bright summery colors and styles, are now at least -two sixes smaller than they were last year. I took my Willynm along to help me pick something out. He is not a patient man, and by the lime we had visit- ed four or five stores, he was blowing his stack. He looked at the dress I was trying on, noticed it was a size too large, and growled "lake it buy you six chocolate sundaes on the way home." Now is that any way lo talk lo someone fighting the battle of the Many and varied are the can'Mail diets I've fallen off, over the years, Once I decided to go the whole hog, and tried two of them simultaneously. After all, ii I could lose five pounds on one diet and live pounds en the olher why couldn't I put them together and lose ten pounds? Don't bolher trying it. Logi- cal as it sounds on paper, It doesn't work out! 1 e The only thing I haven't tried is calorie counting, and dial's because i have a friend who doss it. She lives in a perpetual whirl of arith- metic which I cannot com- prehend. Last lime we went wilh her to the movies, she sat wilh her mouth clamped shut and resolutely watched the show, while we munched our way through popcorn, peanuts and cajidy. Her will power was fantastic. Later, we went back to the house for a gabfest, and she kept gianting at her watch. Finally, somewhere in niid- ssr.tence, rhe suddenly hol- hred "it's after miinieht. heaven's bring on some food, so I can start in on tomor- row's calories." t.ti of course, I had to eat again to keep her company. I wouldn't want her to think I was ill-mannered or any- thing. It was only a day or two after that when my'husband, in one of his more subtle moods, brought nva home a weight watcher's cookbook. I don't know if it works, though, because I haven't read it yet. I'm waiting until they make it into a movie. Meantime, have you heard of any new diet idea that really works? O Ol I ICC I S Tile Daughters of the in CharloUetown. said people I 'ras 4 recently elected are buying as much heel as Jll's Gorc-Hickman as ever, poultry sales are at the president for the coming term. same level and pork, at S1.25 to Past president of the organiz- SI.50 a pound, is down slightly I ation is Mrs. Myrtle Short. from normal. i Officers named lo serve An IGA meat manager in Re- gina said pwk chops went to ?L'i9 a pound from rents at Christmas, and park sales have dropped. Adolf Henneberner of Tendor- on -Mrs. Helen MacKomie as first vice- the executive included Pemmican Club will meet Wed- prcsictrnl; nesday at p.m. in the club rooms, Sth St. and 5th Ave. S. j The AB100 Tops Club (Hi Hopes) meets from to I p.m. each Monday at St. Augus- i tine's church hall. New mem- bers welcome. For further in- formation phone 328-SM7 or 328- 3901. Wednesday at p.m., a spring fashion show, along with j a tea and bake sale, will he I held at the Salvation Army Citadel. Fashions are lo be provided by the Sally Shops. Pricecds will help cover ex- penses for three girls chosen to atlerxl the International Scout and Gtiido Camp in Giiwell, England. Drive. Mr. William Helton will j speak on function planning as a political process; urban renew- al and west Lethbridge devel-j opment. The regular monthly meeting of the. Lethbridge Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Room 1 of the civic cenlfe. All mem- bers are asked to attend. The Minus One Club will hold a regular business meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in South min- ster church hall. For further in- formation call 327-M48 after 5 p.m. -.Sn and out of- town S'. John's The St. Patrick's CWL will hold the annual dinner meeting Wednesday at p.m. in the Ambulance Asso- i president; Mrs. Er.a Rssritev. ciation will sponsor an eight-! secretary; and Mrs. N a n cy j week unirse in home nursing, j bWer' 32'-w-3- Kmg, treasurer. coramsneing al 7 p.'m. Tuesday I Installation ceremonies Meals in Vancouver sa'd j conducted by Quesn Frances i business generally is up from j Treacy, last year, but he's soiling less I The Daughters of Nile in i I an organization whicii af.r-isis Theo Pelers of the Vielory j Hie Shrine Crippled Cin'ldr Meat Market in Fredericton'llcspiia's in the run-Eos1 residence at the! The have can- Lethbridgy Municipal Hospital, i celled Ihe regular square danco The St. John's home nursing 1 for Ihis Monday only, certificate will be awarded on j successful completion of Ihe, Beta Sigma Phi Cily Council ci'urse. Fiuther information is; will hold a meeting Tuesday Members of lha Lethbridge Elks Lodge No. 37 recently presented the new Blue Sky Lodge for senior citizens with a cheque for Bruce MacKen- zie, secretary-treasurer and .Ice Hunter, exalted ruler made the presentation to Don LeBaron, srdminislrator of the lodge, residents Mrs. Emilie Bal- dry and Mrs. Phyllis Fleshang. The donation will go towards SAME OLD ISSUE OTTAWA (CP) Jane Do- bell, recently elected chairman of the Ottawa board of educa- tion, discovers the problem fac- ing the board remains un- changed. "Our biggest issue- Hie same old be to I maintain the Quality of educa- j tion in the system in the face of I the government-imposed spend- ing she said. Ihe purchase of a piano, ac- cording to Mr. LeBaron. During the past year, the lo- cal Eiks have donated to local and national charities. F.O.E. BfNGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th AVE. A and 13lh St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. S Card, for or 25 f Each Three 7 Number JACKPOT Free Games DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double monev Children under 16 net oflftwtd at 327-1382 or 328- If you wlxh information published DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbtidge Herald HEtP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clolhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effecli CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OS LEAVE AT 412 Isl S. 8 p.m. at the Bowman Art Con- l HEADWAY MAKE IT WITH A COURSE An IntSfciring job t security and being; mailer of course a Irai coming up fast; now's llie news! worthwhile Income, a sense of cmsicfec Ihesc for yourself 05 a inn r.ouris. Enroflmsnt are irre ro act. Bui there's more good ff you've been on Alhorta 'esidenl fcr ihe DOS' 12 months or more, and ora presently unemployed, yoj moy qua- lify to late o course or this private inslitution under fhe Provincial Government Deportment of Advanced Educo- riorVs Priority Employment Program P.E-P. CLEP.K-TYPfST COURSE 13-WEEK DURATION COMMENCES APRIL o, 1973 Regiiter new. Contact Mr. Arthur J. Plewes, G.C.T., Principal Phone: 3i7-3968 HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS LIMITED 20? Woolworlh Building LETHBRIDGE Ttie history anr! ciu-rent ev- j The regular meeting of the i onis department of the Mathc- j Kiwanis Club of Green Acres, I sis Cliil.- will meet TuK'Jr.y at will Ire held Monday at at ihe home of Mrs. p.m. at the Marquis Hotel. K. G. Davis, 202 M03 Sill Avo. i'. The Oldman River Polters Guild will hold its regular of the Muose Ko. i rucelinfi Tuesday at in the 523 will hold a regular meet- workroom of the Bowman Art CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A S100 Blackout Bingo p'ayer! For won evcty Saturday plus 7-Number Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c eoeh (Located Next 'o No. 1 Fire Kail) Tuesday at 8 p.m. Hostess- es will be Margaret 1 ami Anne Gorda. RitunI prac- tice at p.m. for all mem- bers. The I-CC Faculty Wives As- sociation meet Monday at 8 p.m. at Ihe home of Simonne Martyna, 3214 Lakeside Road. There will be a cake decorat- ing demonstration. The Lethbriclge Branch o! the Home Economics Association meet Tuesday Centre. I The Parent Associstion for j htc Project for Children with Learning and Language Devel- opment Problems will holt] iLs regular meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in Ihe General Stew- art School. Dr. D. F. McPher- son will speak on medical as- pects of children willi learning disabilities. Elaine Bartel will present the constitution neces- sary for eligibility lor the gov- ernment grant. Parents are asked to attend and all inter- at S p.m. at Ihe home of Misslcsted per.sons welcome, COMPLETELY REBUILT AUTOMATIC WASHERS DRYERS AS WELL AS SPIN WASHERS 90 DAY GUARANTEE Fcsirfielrj Appliance Services Ltd. 1544 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6884 will alia buy any RCA, Inglii o; Whirlpool aulomatli waihtrs or gas dryerl In of for rebuilding. Lethbridge has over the Weight Watchers program: SCIENTIFICALLY ADVANCED! NUTRITIONALLY SOUNDI NO CONTRACTS! NO EXERCISEI JOIN NOW! ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH TUESDAYS, P.M. AMD P.M. CARDSTOM UNITED CHURCH WEDNESDAYS, P.M. TA8ER CIVIC CENTRE THURSDAYS, P.M. For Information call ZEnith 0-4124 (loll WEIGHT