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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 value of product disputed Raw indifferent Fashions shown by Halley were reduced up to 90 per cent to attract buyers Expensive dresses don't sell Inflation forces price cuts YORK Inflation is causing upper crust consumers to cut down on the of life those S3 000 evening dresses for example That s designer George who showed his fall collection this vveek slashed prices drasticallv cutting them bv 90 per cent at the wholesale level Halley s prices used to start at The expensive dresses just weren t selling well in recent years said a Halley spokesman Women are not spending that kind of money for clothes nut matter how much they have the spokesman taid Wholesale prices lor the new Halley collection start at S79 and go up to That means retail prices of from to The designer managed to keep the expensive look that chai actenzed his more-costly clothes A parade of led by actress Alexis Smith displayed a series of dresses and pantb with a swingy look There were lots of autumn colors dark green arid maroon for day and plenty of sequins for evening hovered either al the knee or several inches above the ankle Hallev isn't the only designer who is cutting prices CITY OF Calif An old dispute over the safety and value of unpabteurued milk has flared up here in a struggle between county health officials and the largest producer of raw certi- fied milk in the United States Alta-Dena which pro- duces about gallons of raw certified milk each was forced to pasteurize its milk for about a month be- cause a fcvv cows in one of the dairy s two herds were believed infected with brucel- losis which can cause serious illness in humans The dairy- went to court and had the or- dei lifted Another pasteurization or- is- sued when county health offi- cials said they found a small amount of salmonella an infectious organism that can cause food in a test sample of raw milk from the dairy s second herd The dain contended the pasteurisation came about the same time last unwar- ranted and that health offi- cials created a 'panic situ- ation After some of the raw rnilk products were ordered re- said 'people were bringing back all of our products even pas teurued ones And the dairy com- it was never proven that any of the allegedly con- taminated milk reached the public 01 that anyone got sick tiom drinking the milk 11 is hard to find a non-pai- tisan opinion on raw which is what all milk was until the when pasteuri- to kill harm- ful into wide use Dr Bernard direc- tor of the National Arthritis Medical Centre in Desert Hot Cahl and author of Diet says raw milk is only pure food in history He said pasteurizing milk removes much of its nutri- tional couldn't say how well as a 'growth factor X and an anti-stiffness that is useful in treating arthqtis Bellow said he prescribes raw milk for patients at the small new medical clinic which he and three other doc- tors run Dr Roslyn di- rectoi of the division of envi- ronmental and nutritional sci- ences at University of Califor- nia at Los said she didn't know ot any nutritional advantage to raw milk true that pasteuriza- tion does destroy some vita- min she milk isn't a very good source of it anyway She said raw milk advo- cates talk about the destruc- tion of they don't say which ones they are All enzymes are destroyed m ihe digestive in any case As for the safety of drinking unpasteunzed Dr Alfm- Slater think it's chancy 1 wouldn't drink it unless I knew the cow person- and maybe not even then Alta-Dena spokesman Paul Virgin said the extra cleanli- ness and closer watch on the health of its cows protects the health of its customers. It also accounts for the higher price of raw four cents a quart extra in southern somewhat more in other areas An independent laboratory tests the raw milk and the dairy's own veterinarians inspect the cows periodically The suspected brucellosis was found by Alta-Dena veter- although a dairy spokesman said no brucellosis organisms were found when autopsies were performed on the cows in question Self-controlled investment attractive savings prospect TORONTO Do-it- yourself registered retirement savings plans are said to be attracting new interest in the wake of growing disillusionment with professional management in the stock market And to on this new the world's big- gest stockbrokers are waging a major advertising campaign aimed directly at people who want to make their own in- vestment decisions In Merrill Royal Securities Ltd the Canadian subsidiary of Merrill Pierce Fenner and Smith Inc of New York have placed ads asking Would you rather you make the investment Experts say running one's Save Aluminum 12' lapstrake cartopper Reg. a-For family fishing and excellent lightweight aluminum cartopper at a price any budget can handle' With full lapstrake design for added strength and a smooth high-angled bow to keep you dry Safe full foam flotation under the three aluminum bench seats Non-glare dark Green interior. 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Open Dally 9 30 a.m to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 30 a m to 9.00 p m Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 own retirement portfolio through the tax shelter of a registered plan can be rewarding But it can be they also both because of possible market losses suffered and because of operating expenses The tax laws make a regis- tered plan an attractive shelter for up to a year of otherwise taxable income Plans m which somebody else manages the investment portfolio can be set up with trust government approved mutual funds and lite insurance companies To manage one's own por- one must turn to a trust company and not all want the do-it-yourself business One of the most active seek- ers ol the business Guaianty Trust Co of Canada which charges a basic fee ot threequjutws ol one pei cent ot the portfolio value with a minimum Tt provides a minimum of 10 fiee transactions a year plus one fi ee one tor cvei y of the fee above the minimum Transactions over that allowance cost 50 each Guaranty s keenest nval in this is National Trust Co It has the lowest basic fee half ol one per cent on the book value oi with a minimum of Five a year are included and each additional tiansartion costs Monti pal Trust Co has some diffeieni wrinkles Its basic fee A flat a vear plus threequarteis of one per certt on the value of the assets up to plus one-quarter ol one per cent on any portion over Progress affected by well being CHICAGO a child has diffiniltv keeping up with his classmates in there be a physical reason for his difficulties says the American Medical Association An AMA release says the child's eyes should be tested if he rubs his eyes or complains that they water or itch or if he holds a book to Ins face when he reads He may have defective vision that pi events him from reading the teacher's notes on the blackboard He may have a hearing problem if he often asks his parents to repeat a question or statement but not necessarily Many childi ei know parents will repeat something a third or fourth time and develop a habit ot not listening His hearing may be defective if he turns his head to one side as lie listens The problem may be as simple as impacted wax in his which can be removed easily by a physician at his office The AMA cites other possible physical such as an disease or accident whose effects linger that may affect a child's school pcformancc There is also a possibility that lie is held back by poor nutrition lie may be eating a considerable quantity of food but still be undernourished if he cats improperly or if his tastes in food are too limited ;