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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedne.Jay, May 3, 197} THI UTHBRIDGS HERAID 19 an d out of town A regional installation of officers was held recently at St. Joseph Parish Church in Magrath with mass being said by Father Cassidy and Mrs. Edith McDowell welcoming the new executive Into office. A social evening followed in the United Church hall. Sixty members of the Leth- bridge Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization travelled by city bus and car to Fort Macleod, to be guests of the Fort Macleod Pensioner- anil Senior Citizens. Following a brief business meeting, entertainment was provided by the Fort Macleod Centennial Choir, a group of teenagers who put on a pro- gram of singing, clarinet duels accordion music, piano selec tions and bells. Lunch wai then served. On the journey home, mem- bers sang old time songs to the accompaniment of a bar monica. Trips are already being plan ned for the summer, and top o the list are trips to Calgary Medicine Hat, and Cut Bank Montana. Ann lovs is... backing up his fish stories. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Two years ago my brother Marty moved out of the house and into his own apartment. He let his hair grow long, smokes pot and has a girl liv- ing with him. The girl is Catholic and we are Jewish. All this has upset my mother to the point of hysteria. My alher is also very unhappy about Marty's life style. But my broth- ers and I have decided that what really bugs Dad is that he has lost control over Marty. Dad's "thing" Is power and he needs to be in charge of everything and everybody. Even though Dad is annoyed by Marty's hehavior-as my brothers and I are also-he still gives him financial help whenever he asks for it. I like my parents a lot and I also like Marty. But I believe he should be allowed to control his own life and find happiness in his own way. If he had to live under this roof he'd be miserable. Secretly, I envy his freedom and look forward to the day when I can be on my own. Do you see any way that this family rift can be healed? We need a non-relative to give us an unbiased view.-A Brother DEAR BROTHER: Not a day goes by that I don t re- ceive at least 50 letters about this problem. Son moves out of the house. Wants his own pad. Girl moves in with him. Son is doing his own thing which means long hair and pot. Parents are unhappy. Son says, "I don't buy your value sys- tem so flake off. But thanks for the car, Dad, and that last cheque sure came in handy. Can you spare another twenty clams? I'm outa bread." Tor those who want to do their own thing, I say OK. Go do it. But don't expect your parents to subsidize you. Parents don't owe a son rent money for a separate pad with some chick. They DO owe him a warm welcome if. the kid decides to come home and abide by the house rules. They also owe him therapy if he wants most of them need it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I notice a lot of people write to you about things that aren't really problems. They just need to know how to handle a clumsy situation. Maybe you can help me as you've helped others. I work in a parking lot. Part of my duties include cashier- ing. I always count the customer's change out loud when I hand it back and then I say a cheerful "Thank Some of my customers reply, "You're welcome." Others say, "Thank YOU in a higher voice than mine, with the emphasis on YOU as if to say, "You are the one who should be thanked." My parking lot is self serve and self lock. The customer does everything. All I do is take the money. I feel I should not be thanked for enjoying their business. I should thank THEM. If someone says, "Thank YOU" should I respond with, "No _ THANK YOU." Pittsburgh Ron DEAR P.R.: If a customer wants to thank you let him. Three thank-you's in the space of three seconds is one too many. Dial-a-Dietician service provides nutrition advice By ANN LAUGIILJN MONTREAL (CP) The ingredients of a nutritious diet do not require a search for exotic or pharmaceutical ad- ditives because they are as close as the nearest super- market, says Louise Lagace of the Quebec Corporation of Dieticians which runs a five- day-a-week Dial-a-Dietician service. Publicity surrounding so- called natural foods in special stores, scares over botulism in canned goods, mercury contamination in fish and stimulants added to fruit and vegetables to heighten fteir color have confused consum- ers, she says. "Food and drug laws regu- lating additives and quality are so stringent that the shop- per really shouldn't worry that he's getting mare or less than he bargained for. All the nourishment you need is on grocers' shelves." Just what is on the shelves seems a matter of great con- cern to Montrealers. Since the Dial-a-Dietician service started in January, 1971, more than 55 per cent of the calls have dealt with nu- trition and food values in gen- eral and in particular what products contain. "People seem to think that plain white sliced bread is the most terrible thing on the GIGANTIC CARPET CLEARANCE! Wall to Wall and Area Carpet TIP SHEAR NYLON CARPET In 10 exciting colors. Installed with undercushion.......Sq. yd. EXAMPLE: Do your 9'xl2' Bedroom. For only COMPLETELY INSTALLED WALL-TO-WALl LUXURIOUS SHAG CARPET 30 colors to choose from. Installed with undercushion.......Sq. yd. Example: Do your living room 12'xl8'. For only Completely Installed Wall-to-Wtill it ACRIIAN HARDTWIST Reg 12.95 >q. yd. yd. HiAVY CADON SCULPTURE Q QC Reg. 12.95 sq. yd................. sq. yd. KITCHEN CARPET C QC Priced From sq. yd. W.il J 50% DISCOUNT ON CUSTOM DRAPERY MATERIAL INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERE IN S. ALBERTA {No milcago charge within 50 miles of Lelhbridge) NO DOWN PAYMENT _ EASY NiONTHtY TERMS CONTRACTORS and HOUSE BUILDERS We offer complete installation of Carpet, Linoleum, Tile and Drapery Located in Westminster Shopping Mall 13lh St. end 5th Ave. North, Lothbridgo Plionc 328-8549 Out of Town Call Collect q QC says Miss Lagace. "It's not as exciting as some of the crusty, more exotic breads but, made with en- riched flour, it's just as nour- ishing if not more so." CONTENT IMPORTANT Other frequent queries are whether coffee whiteners and margarine are really the an- swer to cream and butter for those trying to limit choles- terol by diet. "Some of these whiteners contain coconut oil which is just as harmful as cream to such a restricted says Miss Lagace. "In the case of margarine. you must pay attention to what proportion is liquid vege- table oil." Most margarines still were made from solid fats or hy- drogenated oils, precisely what cholesterol watchers must guard against. Lack of information couM leave people open to food fads and gimmicks. "We're always hearing about the miraculous effect of grapefruit, especially in weight-loss says Miss Lagace. "Grapefruit really has no power to dissolve fats though it may reduce the ap- petite if eaten before a meal. "Eating two stalks of celery would probably do the same thing." SKIMP AT BREAKFAST A well-balanced diet in- cludes selections from each of the five major food groups milk products, meat, fish or eggs; fruit; vegetables, and cereals, ideally at each of three equally-sized meals a day. However, most people tended to skimp on breakfast and over-eat at dinner. "If people ate a better breakfast they'd probably sea a positive change in their effi- says Miss Lagace. "They'd also feel a lot better and have a whole day of ac- tivity ahead of them to burn calorics, something they don't have if supper is the big meal of the day." The. Diiil-a-Dicliciiin service involves ICO qualified dieti- cians in Montreal and Quebec Cily who once every three months spend a day replying lo messages phoned in to an answering service. In Hie'first, six months of operation, the project handled a record calls, Miss La- gnce says. Pepperidge Farm Frozen Turnovers Apple Juice Green Corn Strawberry Jam ON THESE FOOD _ 211 Libbys Cream Style Tuna ..-70, ta 2 99c Pineapple Noodle Numbers 4 1 -M Cookies Chip 2 99c DonrltAC 3 t -00 Peaches Mrs. Mnn.. o i i no Mrs. Mllnes 14 ox. tins O for I" Canada Dry. Ginger ale, Orange, root beer, the case PLUS DEPOSIT Laundry Detergent size I-89 89c Ivory Liquid 99c ONELESS PORK ISS Pork Chops Besby Beef Liver siiced Liver Suusae olue'Village PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 i' Texas grey. Whole or Cut BAKERY Phone 327-2424 Cherry Pies Fresh 1 75 Fresh Baked EACH Banana Loaf Cakes 49 EACH Raisin Scones H DOZEN ES VALUE VILLAGE GARDEN HUT ROSE BUSHES Windmill Brand. 2 year old..... Choice Brand Assorted Breedloves. 3 alike assorted...... Breedlovei. 3 year old. Assorted Liberty. 3 year old. Assorted 1.39 1.29 1.49 1.99 1.99 PEAT MOSS 4 cubic feet. .2.79 1 cubic foot. .1.79 cubic foot.. 89c POTTING SOIL and VERMICUUTE FERTILIZERS ELEPHANT BRAND 16-20-0. 1 00 25 Ib............... ELEPHANT BRAND 16-20-0. O OO 50 Ib............... ELEPHANT BRAND 34-0-0. n OQ 50 Ib............... ELEPHANT BRAND 28-14-0. o OO 50 Ib............... WEED and FEED ,q. ft. L AQ coverage) WEED and FEED sq. ft. O QO coverage) FLOWER, SHRUB, and TREE FERTILIZER GREEN CROSS CO 15 Ib............... WARREN CEDARS O PYRAMID CEDARS O MUGO PINES 9 ASSORTED SHRUBS and BULBS WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF GREEN CROSS WEED and PEST CONTROLS ioCATID AT THE CORNER OMMi STRICT and AVHJUI S. ;