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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, May 18, 1973 Variety of foods hamper proper diet By .IRAN SHARP CP "WOMEN'S Editor TORONTO (CP) is harder to eat well nutritionally today than it was in the past because there are more foods available to eat, Dr. A. B. Mor- rison said here. "In the past, our food intake was largely composed of tradi- tional foods. Today food technologists can produce pala- table processed foods, such as purified proteins, carbohy- drates and fats that may be entirely devoid of other nutri- ents. "There is a trend away from thres normal meals a day and toward an increased use of food. Some of these trends could result in serious nutritional deficiencies." Dr. Morrison is assistant dep- uty minister, health protection branch, department of national health and welfare. He was speaking at a one-day session on nutrition recently sponsored bv the Grocery Products Manu- facturers of Canada. Dr. Morrison said there are not many cases of spectacular forms of malnutrition in Can- ada, but there is evidence of what he called clinical subnutri- tion. About fhe years ago, re- searchers found 400 cases of rickets in three hospitals in Montreal and Toronto. "The cost of hospitalization tor nutritionally-related causes in one hospital in Quebec was estimated at a third of a million dollars per year.'' LEGISLATION MAY COME Dr. Morrison said new legisla- tion may be necessary to make certain new foods and substitute foods are not nutritionally infe- rior to traditional foods. He predicted nutritional la- powered advertising campaign to teach nutrition is necessary. He suggested food companies half their budget on such a campaign, or contribute to a central fund to promote nutri- tion. He also suggested that foods that contain nothing but ca- lories should be declared dan- gerous. He said they should be labelled "This food does not contribute to a balanced diet." Child welfare seminar Wage struggle achieves success Money money money EDMOXTOX (CP) Happi- ness is a child with choices will be the theme of a North- west Regional Conference of the Child Welfare League of America June 10-13. More than 1.000 child welfare workers, social workers, psy- chologists, psychiatrist, pedia- tricians, administrators, attor- j neys, juvenile court judges and j foster parents will participate i in the conference. Counting up the cosh following the recent door-to-door blitz for the Flowers of Hope campaign for the mentally retarded is campaign chairman Verna Newton. The can- vassers brought in but an objective of is still to be reached. Part of the campaign is the mailing of seed packets and donation envelopes to the rural com- munities and businesses. Sound of Music inspires many people They come from Alber- ta, Saskatchewan. British Col- umbia. The Yukon and North- west Territories, Montana, Ida- ho. Wyoming, Oregon, Wash- ington and Alaska. The conference is one of eight regional sessions sconsor- ed by the child -.vclfare league, a voluntary federation cf more than 380 affiliated private and public child in Canada welfare agencies and the United He said Canada needs to eval- uate the content of Canadian foods and produce an updated guide on Canadian dietary standards. He said the results of the sur- vey of Canadian eating habits called Nutrition Canada should be available in October. Dr. Z. I. Sabry, consultant for Nutrition Canada, said in a lunch speech he believes a high- This Summer Relax in the Sun with an ACORN POOL Phone 328-3402 ference to be held in Alberta. Speakers and workshop lead- ers include right Rev. Edward W. Scott, Anglican Primate of Canada; Dr. Ben Schlesinger, co-ordinator of social science and social service at the Uni- NEW YORK (AP) Maria von Trapp. 63, says she has not ''become a millionaire as everybody thinks" because the movie Sound of Music earned the third-largest gross in film history- But she has something "bet- ter than movie braught many people nearer to Gcd. The movie she inspired has brought tons of fan mail since its release in and with its reissus even more is ex- j pectecl She t, tors a claiming the movie was ther- apy, mental and spiritual. But she was sad. having just learned cf the death of an English woman who may continued to see it. I had hoped someday to visit her." Her capacious figure and jolly countenace are recog- nized by people everywhere. They visit her, too, at Stowe, Vt.. at the Trapp Family Lodge. The chalet-like struc- working with their hands, and then how rel- atives of the people who were studying at their music camp were accommodated at home. And how the house grew too small and they built wing after wing. juuugc. jLut; OLJ.UV- ture with 200 window boxes BUSINESS POOR ill gets about 20 let- da, many people ana social service at me um- ,_ versity of Toronto; Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, director cf ambu-1 latory pediatric services at Mi- chael Reese Hospital in Chi- cago: and Neil Crawford, Al- berta's minister of health and social development. Special programs at the con- ference will concentrate on family therapy, child advocacy and the law, day care, foster care, learning difficulties, re- sidential treatment, child abuse, juvenile court. had seen the movie 248 times. "When I was told abaut her I thought she must be some kind of nut." says the kindly, motherly Maria. "Then I heard the had been inconsolable after her hus- band's death, a potential sui- cide, who was taken to the movie at her nurse's insist- ence and had received such comfort from it that she had can accommodate 140 people pud now is run by her son Jo- hannes. Il was a hard decision for Maria to give up the reins to Johannes, she admits. But it was the only thing to do. SI-3 was far too generous, they told her, the lodge needed someone to put it on a busi- ness basis. Now she is consent to wan- der through the inn greeting guests and to shop abroad for the handicrafts sold in their gift shop. And she has just written another book, Maria, her fifth. She is fond of recounting the story of how the lodge began "For a long while there was r.o she remarked. "We always had to wait until all the hotels were sold out below beJore we could get ski business. "But then God was good. Cross-country skiing caught on and we were ideally prepaiL d for it. It had become too expensive for families to outfit children for downhill skiing. Cross-country equip- ment and gear is less costly." Even in spring there is skiing with picnics under trees in the warm sunshine. It has become popular with youthful ecologists who like to follow animal footprints THE BETTER HALF By Barnes FVHSTOMGE TIME i FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP RESTYLING RELIN1NG REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING The LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS 514 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Phone 327-2209 1 through the early morning The 60 miles cf trails were cleared by Johannes, who studied forestry at Yale. Maria broke her back one day while skiing downhill. She then took up cross country skiing and she makes an hour-long ski-tour each morn- ing in season. ORGANIZED CHOIR Starting out in life as a dis- believer, Maria later studied to be a nun, leaving the con- vent to marry Baron von Trapp and care for his seven children. When he lost his money, she organized the family into a musical unit. In America, after Austria fell to the Nazis, they per- formed for 15 as the Trapp Family Singers and their popularity on fce concert stage is said to be still unsur- passed. After listening to Maria's spiritual reflections, one may be amazed at her confession of a weakness: weight worry ing. "I have 34 'sweet and that is my big problem. At Christmas I blew up like a noodle, and I have been on every kind of diet without suc- osss until now. But I have lost four inches in one week around my equator. "But wouldn't you know there would be a hitch? My doctor doesn't approve of the diet. He says it is bad for my high blood VANCOUVER (CP) Union sources say a major break- through has occurred in the long struggle to end wage dis- crimination against women in British Columbia hospitals. Officers of the Hospital Em- iloyees Union, Local 180 say Jie breakthrough has been triggered by recent arbitration wage adjustment awards keyed x) provincial human rights leg- slation calling for. equal pay for equal Union and government sour- ces said payrolls could in- crease by million if the reakthrough becomes general in hospitals across the prov- ince. Ray McCready, business manager of the hospital em- ployees union which represents employees, toured the province last fall in an unsuc- cessful bid to have hospitals mutually agree to adjustments. He said the union finally took advantage of an arbitration rul- ing in the current contract with the B.C. hospitals' association. The union was required by ar- bitrator D. R. Blair to prove there had been a material change in job content and they did so in representations on behalf of practical nurses in the Kimberley and District Hospitals. Mr. Blair upheld the union claim that the practical nurses were victims of discrimination based on sex and directed they be paid the same as male or- derlies. This increased their monthly wages by re- troaetice to Jan. 1. Mr. Blair also directed that housekeeping maids in Golden, Windermere and Creston hos- pitals receive adjustments amounting to a month from Jan. 1 "because of the many man-like characteristics of their jobs." The awards brought practical nurses to and maids to monthly at the maximum level. The maids' award was short of the top male cleaner rate of but Mr. Blair recom- mended the job classifications of housekeeping maid and cieaner be rep'.aoed with a new non-discriminatory cate- gory called building service wnrkers. At the end of April the union presented traditional pay rate proposals including "discrimi- nation anomalies" covering practical nurses in extended care units of West Kotenay area hospitals. "Once again the arbitrator upheld union claims that the practical nurse's wage rates were discrminatory and those in the unit should be paid at the same rate as their male Mr. McCready said. The practical nurses in the West Kootenay area got the same monthly increase but the housekeeping maids lost out when the union could not prove there had been suf- ficient "material change" in their jobs, he said. On May 10, Mr. .Blair award- ed the 140 practical nurses at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Vic- toria the monthly rate cf the male orderly, retroactive to the beginning of the year. In this award, selected house- keeping maids also got an ad- justment. Mr. McCready said the ar- bitration awards are "the forerunners of addition a 1 awards to be handed down cov- ering more than 35 hospitals." He described them as "the precedent upon which the union hopes to completely elimin- ate wage discrimination based on sex when master contract bargaining begins in Septem- ber. In his awards, Mr. Blair re- viewed the human rights act and quoted from it: "No employer shall dis- criminate between male and female employees by having a female employee at a rate of pay less than the rate of pay paid to a male employee em- ployed by him for the same work or substantially the same work done in the same estab- lishment." 7 calendar of L ocal napper. uiqi The Minus One Club will hold a dance Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Polish Hall. Music by the Westerner's Or- chestra. Members and invited guests. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regu- lar dance Saturday at p.m. in Southminster Hall. All square dancers welcome. Usual lunch. "I saved you money. Instead of stopping at the service station, I rode the flat tire home so you could fix it." n and out The Ladies Section of the Lethbridge Country Club will hold an annual tea and fashion show Friday June 8 from 2 to I 4 p.m. Plans in progress for Queen's visit REDUCE HIGH FOOD COSTS with an 1ST FREEZER! Couple enjoy children LONDON (CP) Within her busy schedule, the Queen these days is finding time to study dress designs and swatches of fabric in preparation for her summer trip to Canada. Royal dressmakers have bean arriving at Buckingham Palace of late with sketches of gowns and dresses for her considera- tion. "The Queen always likes to have some new things in her wardrobe for such a palace spokesman says. She also is doing her home- work, reading up on the places sfc-c will visit during her visit with Prince Philip to Prince Edward Island, Ontario, and Calgary. The tour runs from TM Top rated Admiral have more features that give better food storage and convenience, including: -fa Defrost Drains Power Interruption Light Fast-Freoie Section Super Tough Interior Finish -if Thinwall Super Insulation Pop-Out Key Rid Lock it- Cold Control -Jt Interior Flood Light Counter Balanced Lid Pop-Out Key Lid Lock Five Year Compressor and Food Protection Warranty A carload of freezers has just arrived! And we are offering Special Savings on 7, 12, 15, 18, 23 and 28 cu. ft. models. 1RQS5 PRICED FROM AS LOW AS............I W W PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. (CP) Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cunliffe have just had their 300th child eight years. The Cunliffes are house par- ents at the Prince Rupert Re- ceiving Home, a facility for youngsters between homes in this British Col- umbia city. "Mr. and Mrs. C." as the chil- dren call them, feed, clothe and care for the children until they return to their own parents, or, in some cases, are sent to Van- couver for adoption. The receiving home includes a four-bed ward for boys, a four- bed ward for girls and two small single rooms used for the extremely young or ailing chil- dren. Mrs. Cunliffe says her hus- band is a gourmet cook and ad- mits with laughter that she has seen more of him in the last eight years than many couples see oi each other In a lifetime. They split the housework. If Mr. Cunliffe gets tired of cook- ing, Mrs. Cunliffe takes over and he does the laundry. They generally have eight children under one roof at any given time. The Cunliffes buy their orange juice by the case, a hind quarter of beef lasts only weeks and they do from four to eight loads of laundry a day. Mr. and Mrs. Cunliffe came here from Vancouver nine years ago, have a 17-year-old son of their own, four grown children and eight grandchildren. Admiral EVEN LESS IF YOU PICK IT UP YOURSELF. TERMS AVAILABLE GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE SEE THEM NOW AT FAIRFIELD APPLIANCES IV. SALES LTD, Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-9443 1242-3rd AVE. SOUTH (Across from tht Elks Club) Phone 328-0082 It's simple liow one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Use this home recipe dietary plan. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drug store and ask for Nnran Reducing Plan. Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not show you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slenrlrr more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, hips, abdomen, calves and ankles just return the empty car- ton for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plan to help bring back alluring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat disappears, how much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. Natalie Bowles receives the original art for liar Whimsy. Send votiri; to this paper June 25 to July 6. The Queen will return to Canada for the August Commonwealth prime ministers' conference in Ot- tawa. "Most of the details for the royal visit have tidied up said a source who emphasized that royal tours have become so frequent in re- cent years that preparations no longer cause any great flurry of activity or panic within the pal- ace. Still, the Queen's secretarial staff is on the hop preparing re- perls and summaries for the Queen who '-likes to know in advance as much as possible about the places she will visit, the people she will meet and events she will attend on the tour." Although it is unusual for the Queen to visit the same country twice in one year, a source said shs was "particularly anxious to be present at the time of the prime ministers' conference." Also on her schedule are two visits to Australia within a six- month period. She will go there in October to open the opera house in Sydney and return in the spring, accompanied by Prince Philip and Princess Anne, for a longer visit. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, MAY 18th O'CLOCK f.th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 58 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH Persons Under 16 Years Net Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB ;