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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETKBRIDGI HERALD October II. the rab ba MAUREEN JAMIESON 33SSS5 VOK Till-: CAKRIAGK TKADK Something new has been added in the shape at Drycect water- proof piuilics, to help solve the big baby-panty proli- lejn of leaky cotlon or rayon edging around legs and waist. Dryceet have no edging, just an elastic band layered between a double row of plastic to keep wet- ness inside and bedclothes dry. As an added bonus you can wash and pat dry without waiting around for fabric edges to dry out. Use them with cither paper or cotton diapers. As you gird up your loins and prepare to go into action for the big party season, check on this quick and easy table decoration. Try filling clear bowls and vases with bright cranberries, marbles or gaily- colored aquarium gravel. Stock up on extra see-through howls and vases and fill with your favorite jelly or preserves for Christmas gifting, Seal with clear plastic wrap, and top with a saucy satin ribbon. And here's the word on what's big in fashion for the party season. The east is coming west, and the twain meet at last, in a gorgeous array of rich Orien- tal cottons in Persian blue, jungle green, orchid, terra cotta and flame prints derived from ancient Bengalcse. Bedouin, Batik and Burmese patterns. Great for festive pant outfits and long dresses and skirts. Recently 1 went shopping for broadloom, unaware of the absolute tidal wave of carpeting in its various guises floating around the city. Completely swamped, I ended up picking it out with a pin. Just in thne to be loo late for me. but maybe not for you, comes news of a factual little booklet lo tell you wot's wot. ft tells you in a nutshell all about the various finishes, qualities and backings, and and where and why to use them. Everything you've always wanted lo know about carpets is available from Bigelow Canada Ltd., 5901 Trans Canada Highway, Pointe Claire, Quebec. .SUPER BLOOPER DEPT The mechanical monster that does our typesetting in the back shop is about to be bombarded with soggy cake mix. This automated menace stole four eggs out of last week's recipe for Hawaiian delight, so if you phoned in about it and are game for a rerun, here goes: 1 pkg (18'A oz.) orange cake mix 1 pkg (3 oz.) orange-flavored jelly dessert powder 4 eggs 'i cup water 1 can (14 oz.) crushed pineapple cup vegetable oil 1 pint whipping cream Blend first four ingredients in targe bowl and beat two minutes at medium speed. Add pineapple, juice and all, and beat one more minute. Add oil and heat one minute longer. Bake in two greased and floured nine inch round pans at 350 degrees for 3540 minutes. Cool 10 minutes, remove from pans. Fill and frost with sweetened whipped cream and keep refrigerated. TOWER FLOWER Aldean "Dee" mans the conlrol at Titusville's Ti- Co Airport, and according 10 the Federal Avialion Admmislralicn, she is the only female p the Uniied States. Miss White, 30, is probably pilot ask: "Little (AP Wirepholo) to head an air traffic control operation the only air traffic conlro] c'nief in the nalion who has heard a I flower of the tower, whal's (lie of lhe rr -I win Sharp food nice increases predicted for supermarkets Bicycle rider subject to law according to safety official By JEAN SHARP t'P Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) A bicy- cle is a vclilcle in the eyes of the law, and its rider, there- fore, the rV.-iver of a vehicle. The notion that a bike is a toy, even when it's being rid- condition and den on a roadway in traffic, is a notion that can cause acci- dents, says Nicholas Douloff. He is a safety office official with the Ontario department of transport. "A bicycle is a vehicle under the Highway Traffic Act. As the operator of a vehi- cle, the rider is subject to that act. You must ride with traf- fic, slop at stop signs, go the right way on one-way streels. "Riding on the sidewalk "The riders might tie mad to he out there, hut they have a 1-gal right and a car driver can't run over a cyclist just because he's going slowly." RIGHT SIZE HELPS From a safety point of view, choosing a bicycle in good the right size a chihl or i'.n hclpfu! adult. "You've got to be able to straddle lire bike, sit on tile saddle and have the balls of your feet just touch the ground. If you can't sit on a hike like that, you probably can't reach the handlebars without strain. The right height for steering is the height at which you feel com- forlable. a bike (or a contravenes municipal bylaws child to grow into is against in a lot of communities. bicvcle built "A bicycle built for one shouldn't have two yreople on it, it's against the traffic act." Mr. Douloff said bike riders also have rights but should use caution in exercising them. "I fJon't advocate it. but you can use the lughway unless it's specifically prohibited on high-speed roadways. YWCA program schedule This is the final week for all registrations in the YWCA City Co-op programs. So, if you haven't as yet signed up for any of the swim, keep fit, vol- "leybaii, badminton or tiny tots programs this is the week to do it. If, however, you find this ses- sion doesn't quite fit your time schedule for now, keep in mind that a new session will be start- ing the second week of Jan- uary. Many of the same programs will be offered while new ones v.ill be introduced. Look for another information tabloid to be published the first week of January. Meanwhile keep in mind that i Church all meet on Wedncs- we are still taking registration day mornings (rom this week. a.m. English for New Canadians is OUY straight programs got off j offered Tuesday evenings at the Bowman Art Centre from 8- 10 p.m. or Wednesday mornings at the Northside Library from a.m. Here a compre- hensive study of conversational English is given iti a relaNed atmosphere. io a goou r ur most inler- ested, the YW sponsors Ladies TAB (Take A Break) for moth- ers and housewives one morn- ing per week where just alwut anything is tho order for the day. Tours. speakers, art, exercises, and a host of other interesting items are involved in this program. the child's interest. The pri- mary consideration for a child- is not propulsion, getting the bike lo move, it's control, being able to perform avoid- ance manoeuvres. If the bicy- cle is loo big, he can't per- form them adequately." Mr. Douloff said safety ex- perts recommend that no child under nine years old have a bicycle, because they haven't really mastered the basic idea of left and right until then. LIGHTS NECESSARY "Supervise their riding if Women inslull they're under nine, let them ride in a school yard or a bike trail, ctoivt let them out in the street, "We find that it's not until I ho age of 11 or 12 that chil- dren fully comprehend traffic regulations. They know they're supposed to stop at a stop sign, but they don't un- derstand that an adult driving a car will assume the child v.ill clop and drive accord- ingly.'1 He said every bike .slumId bo equipped lights and j reflectors, as well as with a I hell or a horn. ''If von ride at night, wear white, There are [jeople who are wearing lights that strap on their legs." And lie said children I adults should learn to keep their bikes in condition them- i selves. "If you maintain it yourself i you understand it.'1 Arts degree The YWCA bridge group wel- comes any new or interested players. A cup of coffee, and a L i few decks of cards, and an in- structor two and a comfort- The three locations for this group are Ashgrove Apart- ments. Hie Art Centre i and the Christian Reformed! able setting, and you've got the __________________________I makings of a bridge session Again at HEINTZMAN BY POPULAR DEMAND You're Invited THURS-, OCT. 12 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN HOUSE WR proudly pressnf MILDRED ALEXANDER Affccfionotcly known lhe organ's. 'Alexander the Greal' Hammond Concert Orqan- isl and Teacher. HE! Mildred Alexander demonstrate the many nr? models of Hammond Organs. Displaying Onyamic Artistry end Styling for which is so renowned. A 'must' for the whole Family s. JAIJl.T PHON6 323-2663 MILDRED ALEXANDER WHERE TIIE ACTION' !S nice afternoon Wednesday af- lernoons from 24 p.m. Still on the subject of bridge dessert bridge is being held Nov. 8 at Southminster Church commencing at p.m. Pro- ceeds from this event will go to the YWCA World Relationships. For more information and to put your name clown for a ta- ble, contact us. Don't forget to t h c Community Chest and the Uni- ted Appeal Campaign coming soon. The YWCA supports and is supported by You and the Uniied Appeal. no use to executives TORONTO (CPi A profes- sor cf administrative studies at York University says women should take business courses if they want executive positions. Speaking during a sym- posium Friday at York Univer- sity Brian Uixon said only four of iO students in the master's degree business program are women. Instead of going for bachelor o[ arts which Mr. Dixon called unemployment tickets, they should be in busi- ness schools or taking courses in engineering. "There's no way you're going to win an executive place if you get a BA in English he said. lly JEAN S11AI11' Cl> Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) Food prices and supermarkets are twin topics that continue to upset almost anyone who thinks about them. The prices arc going up. Service in many supermar- kets is minimal. Products are being thinned. Stores are clos- ing. The price rises are ac- counted for by many ele- ments, not all of them result- ing from supermarket policy but all helping to aril up to increases predicted of from seven to 30 per cent. Sam Crystal of the Oshawa Kood Group that owns Food City and supplies the Inde- pendent Grocers Alliance, says: "Everything is against us Iliis weather, poor crop yield and spiralling labor costs." The rest of the factors caus- ing wees seem to the result of the so-called price wars. Some experts are predicting that these will bring lasting changes in supermarket oper- ations. Sales volumes went up for the stores that fought hardest in the price wars, but busi- ness reports indicate profit percentages are for everyone. Dominion Stores President T. (J. McCormack said at the annual meeting Iliat the first quarter showed u lii-pcr-cent incre.''se in sales i from a year earlier, a decline in profit, i Profit for each SlfiO of sales I dropped to oa cents from -SIOI' KIDDING US' i Loblaw Groceterias Co. Ltd. ol Toronto and A and P in Canada are reported to have j lost money during the ycnr. L o b I a v. s clored 40 stores. While store management worried about profit percen- tages, customers complained j about service. Mr. McCormack told share- holders people must shop at L the beginning of the week to avoid long lineups. The com- pany docs 7n per cent of its business from Thursday after- neon to Saturday. Helen Gagen, consumer consultant for Miracle Food Mart, said: ''Service is a problem. You can't have car- riage-trade service and low prices.'' Consumer Ada Kent ex- pressed her frustration En a letter to a Toronto newspaper. She complained she feels like Alice in Wonderland when she gets into a supermarket and can't get out. Only one or two of a rash of letter writers said they would take their business elsewhere. Some, like Margaret Trem- hlay, said there were no alter- natives to supermarkets in their areas. Marion Hrechin, president of the Consumers' Association of Canada, said: "We cannot expect the price of fowl lo remain constant when the factors that go into ,t arc rising astronomically. "But we Hunk the chain stores should stop trying to kid us, stop saying they're of- fering deep, deep discounts when (he only deep, rloep dis- count is in the service. I'RICE THE KEY "They tell us to shop at other times. If only they'd level with the consumers and say, 'we're trying lo pare prices, and you can't expect the service.' Joe Carlwright is a super- markeb watcher as part of his work with Burns Brothers and Denton, investment dealers. Mr. Cartwright said he docs not believe people are leaving the big stores, despite com- plaints. "There are a lot more peo- ple going to the larger stores. We have found out that for the majority of people the two most important [actors in choosing a store are prices and convenience lo them. About half the people shop In a store because ol these two factors. "Other factors, such us quality, service, cleanliness, all together rale less than hall Ihe decision-making taelors. "The big difference has come since IOCS. "This has involved a tre- ment'ous change in tiie way the stores do business. "Tiie main demand is for low prices, so oil else follows from service, a choice not as extensive. You could get more crowded stores. "It's been forcing a ration- alization into the industry that they've been reluctant to face. If a store is losing money, you close it. "I'd still like to see more closings than openings. "This whole trend to dis- counting should be a benefit for the consumer. I think food stores are in business to dis- tribute food and make a rea- sonable profit for the share- holder." ,AI (..aU'itdar LJf cJ-ocat The Ladies' Auxiliary to tlic Dominion Rebekah Lodge Original Pensioners and Senior j No. 41 will bold the regular Citizens Society v.ill meet Fri- meeting Thursday at 8 Citizens day at 2 p.m. 'in Gym 2 of the the civic centre. Bingo will be play- ed and lunch served following g TnursGay at B p.m. in 100F Hall. Members are reminded lo donations Cor the sale of work, and to turn in the meeting. Members re-11 i c k e I stubs. Visitors and i minded to bring pies and sand- friends welcome. wiches. A good attendance is requested. The I.ethbiidge Philatelic So- ciety will meet Thursday at 7 The Lethbridge. Women's In-1 p.m. in the RES company audi- slitute will meet Thursday at lorium. Members are asked to p.m. at Ihe Golden Mile! be prepared lo vote on a new Senior Citizen's Centre. Motlo: fee schedule to go into effect when one door shuls, another January 1073. opens. Roll call: my favorite recipe. Surprise: Mrs. A. Szym- past anri present residents ice. Tea Hostesses: Mrs. S. Prysiazny and Mrs. E. Brown. o; Ihe Spring Coulee avea, are invited to attend a social in I Please note change of dale and j nonor Of and Leona place. j Thompson, to be held Sunday, I v Oct. 22 at p.m. in the i The Lcihbridge Christian Sprjng rjoulcc Community Hall. I Business and Professional! The regular monthly meeting of the Wilson While Community Women will hold a dinner meet- ing Monday from to p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Mrs. Ivy Owen will be speaker, with a special pho- tography feature by Mr. Reg Cross and music by Ailecn Case of Calgary. For reservations and cancellations please call Marjory Psikla at 323-6582 or Anne Heiliert at by Thursday. The Letlibridgc Handicapped Social Division will meet Fri- day at p.m. in the Moose [of Wilson White Community Hall. A large attendance is re- Club wjn at lhe hom'c Club will be held at the home Mrs. Andree Itoullon, Thurs- day at p.m. Mrs. Frank A. Russell will speak on pre-school services, The Sir Alexander Gall Chap- ter, IODE will hold lhe monthly meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. at the borne of Mrs. AV. A. Nelson, 1020 Fern Crescent. The regular monthly meeting Multi-purpose role forecast for nurses quested. All handicapped pe.'- sons in and area welcome. Lunch will served. The Lethbridge Natural His- tory Society will meet Friday at 3 p.m. al the Bowman Art Cen- tre. Dr. P. Bailey and family 1 will present a program on Aus- tralia. Refreshments will b2 served. of Mrs. Andree Houltcn at p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Frank A. Russell will speak on preschool services. The regular monthly meeting ol Ihe Dr. F. II. Men-burn, Om: Chapter. IODE, will be i held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs, Court, 2206 22 iAve. S. THE BETTER HALF ANIMAL (iUJDKS MONTREAL (CP) The Canadians who to Moscow for the Canadian-Soviet hockey games and tours of the Soviet Union were able to find their baggage, buses and air- planes by follow) ng t he owl s, walruses and chipmunks. The animals rvere used as symbols to guide thn tourists and get them quickly on their way. At the recent installation of officers for the Lethbridge So- cial Credit Women's Auxiliary. the following were named to of- I fice: i Mrs, Ruth Markus, president: Mrs. Louise Anderson, vice president; Mrs. Daisy terom, second vice president; OTTAWA (CP) It's mid- night and the baby is running a fever, not sick enough to take to a emergrncy department. Hut you're o t: i tain whether you should until morning to try to in touch with your pediatrician. What to Well, if Lahelle, pres- dalions in the recent report on j comrnunily health centres pre- j paiTd under Chairman John Hastings of Toronto for the fed- eral and [irovincial health min- j j.sici.s. She sees family nurses i as working out of such clinics. These should oficr 24-hour-n- day, scven-days-a-wcek service, she said. They were not just for treatment of minor emergencies ident-elect of the C a n a d'i a n j accidents but should he Nurses' Association, has her j much more. way, you'd bn to telephone i At least one should be a neighbored c o m m u n i ty I CflH nt the centre a( all times ciifiic and a "family" ami be prepared to do on her would come to soo the baby, o'-vn many things for which she Mrs, Labcllc. elected in June, now must call a doctor, a "a p p r c n t i- i "Even nurses in pr e s e n t By Barnes I didn'l get the promotion, but starling Monday tho boss will call me by my Mrs. Clarice Halmrast, sec- ceship" period before she takes emergency departments could rctary treasurer; Mrs. May j over Colcsar, publicity; Mrs. Ccclia Ciruenwald and Mrs. Daisy Dogtorom, social conveners; the president's chair inM'n many things for which they During the four j now have to call a Mrs. Lnbelle said this proba- bly Mrs, Boa Shield and Thelma Orlney. hospital. years, however, she'll be work- ing to bring about this new role SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lois of mending lo do? A weddi A yen lo be nnd Sew with a rjorye g too" KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Scori, Tefcphonn 378-923T Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mrill Tor Complete Details Mrs. for the m.'rse in the community. The nurse should he a front- line worker in providing health sickr-oss, she said in an interview. She i sees lhe family nurse as having 1 a srjmolhing like (hat of lhe general prnclitioner of Ihe past. Hospitai-baxed are needed. Mrs. 1-abclle snid. liut an additional role for the is in Hie community in prcvcn- lion of illness, general counscl- ling, health education, family I planning and follow-up earn for paticnls released from hospital with t'hionic was partly because of the fee for-scrvicc method of pay- ment for emergency care and would like lo see this changed in community clinics, ft was one small way that costs of care could be cut, she .said. "I do not sro Mini <-very lime a person has a nutrition prob- lem that he needs (o refered to lhe nutritionist or dietitian. The nurse might he to lEonl with a simple problem herself, or she might get the informa- tion and pass it on." Rut she said the nurse's v.ill be a main one hecause "she the one worker lo whom II OJ Will! OJiic tJiMrahC. mi: ujn: MJ JJ She supported (he rccommen- the whole family could relate, BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY ot P.M. Jackpot in 56 Numbers 12 in 7 4lh Bill Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cords 2 FREE GAMES fREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE IOYAI ORDER OF MOOSE PAT FINLEY and STAFF WELCOME CGCILK MOIAAK (formerly ol Soulh Plara Benuly Salon) Cecile invites all of her former pa Irons to call on Her or phone at LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638 South Purkside Drivo Phone 327-4843 ;