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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBBIDGt HERALD-Tuesday, September 11, 1973 The Herald Family YWCA activities Biitkti wotk backtoschool and now back to the YWCA tor anothei session ot tall piogiams C lasses tilled at last s registration ate morn-and-me swim and tmv tots creative movement for three to tour Limited legislation is still available Irom 10 am to 9 p m this week at the YWCA lor beginners voga some keep tit and swim classes and Suspicion of foul play (CP) A cor oner s said it suspects toul in the Aug 2 death of a 1 i month old Regma md recommends further nnetigation into the death The jiuv said the babv Uelanie Tapaquon died of hemonhaging ana skull trac- tuics a severe blow or blows to the head In tfstimonv Ur imsanna deist assistant pathologist at pasqua Hospital told the six- man that in her view the skull fracture and an arm iracture occurred about the time an hour before death or less But the parents of the child Ralph Saulteaux and Ber Tapaquon both testified saw a bruice on ihe head earlier than m hour before its death Saulteaux said he saw the bruise the previous dav and sard the mother told him the babv lei! down the bedroom stairs the ladies take a break piogiam The public is also reminded that the following new progiams will commence this fall advanced voga children s voga junior nasties at Fleetwood Bawden children s gvm and junk keep tit and vollevbdll at Senator Buchanan Late registtations will be taken at the first class All children s recreational programs will get underway this week The schedule includes and junk for bovs and girls six to eight vears and Galbraith 4 to 5 p m Senator Buchanan 4 to 5 p m Thui sdav Blue Triangles lor girls eight to 12 vears Senator Buchanan and Agnes Davidson 6 30 to 8 p m Tuesdav Galbraith Lakeview Fleetwood Bawden 6 30 to 8 p m Thursdav Co ed Y for boys and girls eight to 12 vears minster 6 30 to 8 p m Tuesdav Teens tor girls 11 to ID vears Senator Buchanan Westminster Fleetwood Bawden 6 30 to 8 p m ednesdav the exception of mom and me swim all activities at the civic centre will com mence the week of Oct 1 A special reminder to those interested in keep fit at the Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre Classes will com- mence at 10 30 a rn next Mon dav This will be a 12 week course and promises to be a good one as the centre has ac quired some new equipment wishing to register in anv of the above classes or interested in more iniorma tion about the YWCA are ask ed to call 327 2284 course covers sense of belonging The nttcssitv of a sense of belonging lor proper mental health is the topic for a non credit continuing education ourse beginning October 1 at the I niversitv of Lethbndge fo be held "Vlondavs from 7 50 to 9 JO p m the erght session course is open to all interested individuals regardless of academic background The course will be held in Room D 630 of the U ot L Residence Building Instructed bv professor S S the course will feature discussion about the relationship between affection afuliation and identity and an in dividual s emotional ad justment Each session will conclude with a group discussion ot the theories involved Fees for the course are ?7 for adults S3 for students and senior Prospective students must register in person or mail before Oct I Registrations will also be accepted at the classroom dooi immediateH prior to the first class Registration forms and further information may be obtained from the U of L Registrar s Office phone 329- 2251 Just horsin' around Herald photographer Walter Kerber passing by St Andrew Rd and 13 Ave N didnt quite believe his eyes when he saw this horse nibbling a few choice morsels in that residential area m northeast Lethbndge, so he brought his camera into action Yes Walter there really is a horse hitched to that post' Young western artists will perform at Yates HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing Furniture Toys Household Effects Call 328-2860 For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE S Shoes for HER Hi style fashions in latest colors the Shoes for HIM Cnoose from a sel oction of the latest styles Open Thursday 9 pm WORLD OF SHOES 317 A 6th Street Downtown A talented Regina soprano and a Calgarv pianist will be heard in joint recital in Lethbndge on Fndav Sept 21 The two artists spon sored the local branch of the Canadian Federation ot Music Teachers Association will appear at the Yates Memorial Centre Thev were chosen from three who competed interptovmcialiy in 1973 at Saskatoon Sask Dianne Burrows coloratura soprano is a second place winner in the International Festival in Llangollen Wales She represented Sask in the festival in 1972 and 1973 and in the Centennial com petitions in New Brunswick She has sun major roles in opera and was soloist in The Messiah with the Regina Orchestra under the direction of Boris Brott native ot Preston Lan cashire England Dianne began her studies at the age of 10 She has won several silver medals from the Roval (onservaton for the highest marks in singing ex animations and is at present studying at the Regina Conservatory of Music Jan ie Syer Calgarv pianist has had something of a recoid in first and second place certificates from festivals Since he first entered at the age of live he has received well over 90 awards, In the Calgarv festival this he won the open concert group and placed second in open Chopin He is a past winner ot the Alberta Provincial Festival and won the 1970 Centennial Planetarium Award Recital Hi also icpresented Medicine Hat in the National Festival urovmcial finals Jamie a second-year music student at the Universitv of falgarv is interested in on hestra choral work and composition He also plays the harpsichord and the organ Tickets tor the concert are available trom registered music teacher trom Leisters and at the door DIANNE BURROWS, coloratura soprano Better late than never GAILDEVEAU CLASSIC COIFFURES 323-6th St. S.............Phone 328-3066 Freda Walton is pleased to announce that GAIL DEVEAU is now at CLASSIC COIFFURES Gail has had four years hairdressmg experience m Ottawa and Nova Scotia and is very qualified in the latest styles and all phases of hair dressing Gail is looking forward to meeting new friends and customers at Classic Coiffures. TORONTO No no no no no replied Rev E L Riplev of West End Revival Temple when asked today if he icallv was fixing a rocking chair last Wednesdav at his cottage in the Ottawa Valley Mr Riplev forgot to show up lor the wedding that dav he arranged with Susumu and ukiko Kano both 24 of To ronto Although Mr and Mrs Kano have had lots of laughs since then thev were not par ticularly pleased when they arrived for the ceremony and lound the church Io< ked and Mr Riplev nowhere to be lound Mv mind went blank and I coukint think of anything Mr Kano said Yukiko broke down and cried Mr Kano said Mr Ripley was at his cottage fixing a chair Mi said he received a letter from his vvife and granddaughter and set out to i esc lie them Thev didn t have any sup plies he said They d'dn t have d phone or a car and the nearest store was live miles iiw.iv In inv excitement about getting thoie it (the wedding) (ompletelv slipped inv mind The Kanos decided to go through with the wedding re ception anyhow Most of the 25 guests assumed the couple had been married They were married on Fn day by Mr Ripley after fail- ing to get a civil ceremony The minister had their wed- ding licence They also missed their planned honeymoon to Kentucky But we had such a lovely Nutrition a shaky science causing public concern By JANE E BRODY New York Times Service NEW YORK Nutrition once a subject relegated to grade-school health' classses has emerged as a household word and become a subject of concern and intense controversy Between a growing health foods and vitamin in- dustry a national epidemic of obesity, soaring food prices and a steady stream of books and articles recommending this, that or the other diet or nutrient, the public is being showered as never before with advice and counteradvice about what to eat, how much to eat and how and when to eat it Interviews with experts on nutrition and a review of the medical literature have shown that only a relative handful of scientists know much of anything about human nutn tion and most of them readily concede that their knowleuge tar from complete Yet research funds that might have helped to put the rather shaky science of nutri- tion on a firmer footing have been all but eliminated by the Nixon administration As a consequence, an ig norant public has been left at the mercy of the food industry and a growing army of food fadists diet concocters vitamin hawkers and self- styled nutritionists With approximately half of the food dollar being spent on processed foods it is hard for most people to know what they are getting During processing some of the nutrients in the natural foods are destroyed or lost and not all are replaced when the finished product is enriched In addition to replacing what was in the original food before processing some ex- perts advocate doing what they call better than nature CALENDARS Christian Science public meeting will be held at 7 30 p m Wednesday in the church auditorium 1203 4th Ave S Everyone welcome Tau Chapter Beta Sigma Phi will hold the first meeting of the season tonight in the home of Mrs Eunice Kirr 2706 10th Ave N with Mrs Linda Park as cohostess The program will be presented by Mrs Caroljn Tucker and Mrs Delia Pear son The Quota Club of Lethbndge will hold the first meeting of the fall season at 7 30 sharp this evening in the gas company auditorium Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi will hold the first meeting of the new season at 8 15 tonight in the home of president Anne Chanda 318 24th St S with Mrs Delores Christie and Mrs Vi Shore as cohostesses The program study for the year is entitled In Word and Deed and Though The first presen- tation Conversation will be presented by Mrs Ruby Misak and Mrs Rolla Chambers The regular monthly meeting of the Wilson White Community Club will be held at 2 30 p rn Thursday in the home of Mrs Andree Houlton A good attendance is re quested for this first meeting of the fall season The regular monthly meeting of the Lethbndge Symphony Women s League will be held at 8 o clock tonight in the home of Lillian Carrico Apt IB 820 15th St S Sheila Wickey will be cohostess The Alberta Association of Registered Nurses (AARN) will hold a general meeting at 8pm Wednesday in the nurses residence at St Michael s hospital The Ladies Auxiliary to the Lethbndge Firefighters will hold the first meeting of the season at 8 p m Wednesday in the home of Mrs Donna Rowntree 2114 20th St S Hi Neighbor Club members and friends are asked to at tend a meeting to plan the coming season at 7 30 p m Wednesday at the Lotus Inn across from the CPR depot Any suggestions will be great- ly appreciated and a good iur nout is requested The Staff Nurses Associa tion of the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital will meet at 7 30 p m Wednesday in Classroom 2 upstairs in the Gait School of Nursing A good attendance is requested and members are asked to please note the change in time and place by iortitying processed foods vvitn nutnents that are at low levels or absent in the natural product Attention has focused particularly on raising the protein and iron content of breads cereals and mar- caroni products, the inexpen- sive foods that form a major part of the diet of the poor But while a substantial proportion of the population is a victim of undernutrition, a much greater proportion is suffering the ravages of over- heart dis- ease diabetes and the like Much of the nation's overweight problem is thought to be a function of an affluent society that en- courages overeahng but it is also true that many of the nation s poor are obese because their diets are overloaded with inexpensive fattening but unnutntious foods And the obese whose health is already compromised by their excess poundage often further jeopardize their health by going on crash or fad diets of questionable nutritive value While a great deal is known about which nutrients are minimally required to keep people alive and free of nutritional deficiency disease, very little has yet been learn- ed about the optimal levels of nutrients to keep people of various ages and body needs in the peak of health The New Queen Miss America of 1974 Rebecca Ann King, left, is crowned by her predecessor Terry Anne Mee- uwsen of Wisconsin The Colorado farmers dough- ter who hopes to become a juvenile court judge, is a 1972 graduate of Colorado Women s College and hopes to enter law school soon The five- foot nine-inch blond beauty, who measures 36- 24-36 says The character of a nation is deter- mined by its womanhood AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. North JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK ALSO FEATURE GAMES AND FREE CARDS SPONSORED Bi THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGEELKS LODGE ROOM EVERYTHURS-8p.m. LETHBRIDGEFISH DIMRn WEDNESDAY DlllUU AT 8PM S100 JACKPOT IN a3 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS IN THE EAGLES Street North NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT 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