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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 IHE LETHBR1DOE HERAID Wednesday, September 6, 1972 CAT the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON just received a s li a r p FOOD lias just received a s li a r p raking down from the claws of the consumers' union and justly so, apparently! A massive investigation launched into some commercially prepared varieties showed pretty startling results. Some of them were not even able to support life, let alone the normal growth rate of kittens. the 22 cat foods tested, only five were rated Acceptable, meaning they un- equivocally produced healthy growth and adequate weight gain for junior pussycats. As the investigation took place in the U.S., some of the test brands are not available here, which is just as well Among the acceplables are Purina Cat Chow Cat Food (original blend of fish, meat and milk Pamper and two other Puss 'n Boots products. Which only goes to show that the Duke, cat-in- rosidence at the Jamieson establishment, is every bit as smart as wo think he is. The only vittles he'll con- descend to munch on are on the acceptable list. Iii spile of the noise made by organic food proponents, it's still supposed to be safer to eat to- day's foods than drive a car or smoke. Sound, unhysterical, factual information about food and nutrition is overdue, especially with the ad- vent of what authorities on the subject choose to call "fabricated and engineered foods" (synthetics to the likes of Harking back to the unsynthetic, genuine article (while we still cam, the Poultry Products Institute tells us chicken may be served frequently, inexpen- sively, but unmonotonously. To prove their point, they back up their statement with a free booklet, Cooking Alberta's Chicken. If you're interested, write to N.A.D. Potter, Alberta Bro-ler Growers' Marketing Board, No. 210 Venturas Blclg., 10830 107th Ave., Edmonton 17. Mr. Ron Clutter, MLA lor Calgary-Buffalo, has moved second reading of the Individual's Rights Pro- tection Act, It sinks its fangs into an area not cover- ed by existing Alberta human rights legislation discriminatory advertising and is aimed at public display of signs, symbols and suchlike, including an old "while help only" notice still displayed in down- town Edmonton. A bit of a downer for the Ku Klux Klan, I hope. And lo face fall beautifully, says our woman-in- the-know, the matte look in makeup has been shot down in favor of a you that shines and gleams and glows. (Does that mean If you like a dab of color on the old cheek bones, try carrying it up to the eyes, out to the hairline, and put a smidgin on the chin and forehead. A dash across the bridge of the nose, says our femme, will provide Uiat fresh- from-the-country And the answer to that hair-raising question of the fall coiffure, she says, is the page boy in differ- ent lengths, which is going to be the biggie this year. Front-row view of Olympic drama FRIENDLY FROSH WELCOME Among thcise out to greet freshmen at the Leihbridge Community College during the first week of school are these happy window paintings. Calhie Reti, social convener, and Wendy Ras- Deadly duo liarcl at work mussen, student council advisor, were hard at with senicr students decorating tlie college and planning :ial events. Kerber, photos Fiendish schemes afoot for frosh week By BRUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor MUNICH CAP) Francoise olette of Montreal, nurse will anada's medical team here or Ihe Olympic Games, has ound tlie second a front-row view of udden drama. Miss Colette-Is a member ot ic four-man team at the Cana- ian medical office, with a ird's-eye view of the Israeli Barters in the Olympic Vil- age, an area held by Palestine errorists. With' her in the medical centre, in an area cleared of all non-essential personnel, are: Dr. John C. Kennedy of Lon don, Ont., head of the medical section; Dr. Max Avren of Win nipeg, and physiotherapisl George Marriset of Quebec City. 'We can see right across to he Israeli Miss Colette said by telephone." is nothing mucl doing. The curtains aro closed but every now and then we can see them moving." MEN GO IN "A delegation goes in and ou of the buikjing every so men wearing blue suits, mostly And about an hour ago tw ch'eis with all white hats wen in. We haven't received call to slant! by, but we're stay ing here just in case." Miss .Colette said that frorr her window she could see man with a rifle moving cau tiously through the nearby un derground garage. Miss Colette said she did n hear any disturbance durin the night and learned of the a tack by Palestinian Arab te rorists on the Israeli quartc only when she arrived for wor yesterday. A year ago she was a men ber of Canada's medical tea By JUDE TURIC Herald Staff Writer Being a frosh has never been easy. But being the master- mind behind frosh week is al- most as difficult. Cathie Reti, social convener for the Lethbridge Community College, and Wendy Rasmus- sen, student council adviser, have been bard at work setting wheels in motion. With Ihe beginning of classes today, school is officially back and action m session, stunts and Monday. Among the usual weekful of will begin and tradi- tional frosh activities, Wendy and Cathie have set aside plans MACLEODS" to make Ibis year "interesting to the new students" and to "keep things moving." "We want to get the frosh in- terested in their sold Cathie, "and also make Ihe community aware of the col- lege. "The activities she said "will hopefully keep every- body "looking for events OF POLYESTER CRIMPKNIT Over 3000 yards to choose from in a good assortment of colors. Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sept. 7-8-9 Open Thurs. and Fri.until 9 p.m. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phone 327-4240 an a oat of town. The Ladies Auxiliary to the iriginal Pensioners and Senior Citizens will sponsor a fall tea and bazaar on-Saturday from p.m. in Gym 1 of the Civic ports Centre. Mr. L. C. Hnlmrast, president f tbe association.mil offically pel' the event, with Rev. A. T. {ing offering the dedication irayer. Receiving guests at Oie door will be Mina Jackson, pres- dent, Mary L. Roberts, vice- iresident and Mrs. L. C. lalmrast. Sale of door tickets will be un- ler the direction of Marie tfunson, Ada Robinson anc tlartha McDonald. Pouring honors will be shared by the Mesdames V Ferguson, C. Halmrast, Muller, W. HoweU, B. Laidlaw D. Nyhof, L. Ingham; 0. Lewis, E. Talbot, J. Stacey D. LocalelU and H. Dalziel. Farrington and J. Leslie are in charge of hamper raffl tickets, with M. Hasmussen and D, Locatelli in charge o cake raffle tickets. Mrs. M. Maguire and daugh ters Ann and Janice of Stir ling, Ont., were recent visitor at the home of Mrs. Maguire' sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Airs. Jack Butlin. Oilier guests were Mrs. But lin's mother and mother-in-law Mrs. H. McCabe of Belleville Ont. and Mrs. C. Butlin of La combe. letting ber use air-conditioned Call, Colombia, for the Pan- merican Games. She was on duty when a Cu- an trainer plunged seven oors from the roof of the ad- lining Cuban building. A t I f calendar of local happening Friendsliip Lodge hold IB regular meeting tonight at p.m. in the IOOF Hall. A pot- uck supper will be held at Members are reminded to ring articles for the white ele- hant table. The Original Pensioners and senior Citizens Ladies Ara- liavy will meet on Friday at 2 i.m, in Gym 2 of the civic cen- re. Btogo and lunch will follow lie business meeting. All raffle ickets for the tea and bazaar hould be turned in at this time. A good attendance is requested. Christian Science testimony meeting will be held Wednes- day at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. Ev- eryone welcome. The firsl executive meeting of this season will be held at First United Church at 2 p.m. on Thursday. A good attendance is requested. The First United Church UCW will hold an executive meeting on Thursday at p.m. in the church parlor. LOSE TEETH The first birds had teeth, but birds of today have instead a gizzard in which their food is ground up. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes planned for later in the year." Freshman will be required to ar LCC beanies, submit to e whims and fancies of the uiors, dress in pyjamas, be unked in the dunk tank, and ffer penalties for not coa- rming to frosh rules. For more fun and less ot the surd, a hayride, corn roast, beer test, swim irty and dances will be avail- lie to the college students. Enthusiasm has not been lack- in the student body, with any turning out to paint wel- me windows and posters. Wendy added that "Teddy and Smokey Bear were oth on hand for registration to greet new stu- ents. Throughout the year, Cathie aid there were plans for "liold- g one major event each nonth" to keep interest and ctivitics at a high. She .said the "clubs will be sked to sponsor similar func- and the LCC will con- nue annual happenings such the Monte Carlo and Winter arnival. At tlie present tiime, hand- uffs, black shoe polish, coal. Mbby sox, shopping carts anc Log-pong balls are taking up me where Wendy and Cathie re concerned. Both were sure the appointed student sheriffs would take care f frosb transgressors, ant aid "we mean business, every- xxly gets it this year." MANY HOLIDAYS The government of the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius has jroclaimed 23 public holidays satisfy various racial and reli ;ious communities. Personalized WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY: Invitations Reply Cardt Napkin Malchei Thank you Etc. The Uf hbrulge Herald PRINTING LITHOGRAPHING Cor. 7th Sf. i 5th Ave, S. Phone 327-3203 "My old MESS sergeant would salute BINGO MOOSE HALL 1134 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY ai P.M. Jackpot in 57 Numbers 12 In 7 Number! 4ih-tth Games Doubled In 7 Number! 5 Cardt 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NC CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL OSDER Of MOOSE Thursday Friday Saturday September 7-8-9 Living only PORTRAIT Film Babies children Special of each person jingly only plus 50< film Groups per person, plus one 50t film foe. Selecl from finished pklurei in rndiantblnc'< and while ond living color. Bonus qualify "Guaranteed Satisfaction." limit one Special per child. courteous tervfce. Senior Citizens Welcome Slurfio Houri: 10 A.M. I P.M., 2 P.M. 4 P.M. frldoy lo P.M-----Saturday lo P.M. Zeller'l Shopping Centre On Mayor Magmth Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;