Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednsideiy, Augu.t 5, 1972 THE LETHBHIDOE HtRAlD _ 23 Adjusting lo lifestyle difficult MONCTON, N.I3. (CP) Tim Canadian housewife in a central Africa republic, can find many tilings similar lo life in Canada ljul must fight otfalnsl difficulties, as Monclon native Sandra Gooclinc lias dis- covered. Tlie mother of three related In an interview while on holiday here how ttic Canadian woman lias In cope with Hie lifestyle of a foreign land. 'flic Goodincs went to Zambia when husband Ike acccjitccl a Canadian rcmiosl to establish a technical school in the younf! republic. Mr. is a principal of the New Brunswick Institute of Technol- ogy. Mrs. Gowlinc's first difficulty was overcoming a communica- tion barrier with hired help. In Zambia, she explained, cverv person in position has to have a house servant. She recalled how one day sho pskcd her servant: "Would you like to scrub the This typical North American ap- proach was met with the Afri- can women's reply of: "No, madam. I wouldn't." Following which, the servant went home. Mrs. Goodinc said she soon learned thai she had to change her requests lo commands. FROM THE TEST KITCHEN PIE FILLER PIE FILLER 'COFFEE- FRUIT COCKTAIL Stafford! Apple................. 01. tins i, Stafford! Cherry, Blueberry, Raisin, etc. 19 oz. tins Contadinu 14-oz. tins Hamburger and Hot Dog. MtGavins Orange Sections Aslra ,0or 3 for79c Macaroni and Cheese Dinners Beans and Tomato Sauce RQ 5for1.00 Libby's 14 oz. tins JforOVC DMrm. flOr DOCOn Tulip Brand 16 oz. tin O Pineapple Slices M 0 nn Dietetic Delmonte 14 oz. tins for jtirifflp Astra 4V. oz. tins for Realemon Juice 2 for .00 Toothpaste .n. 99c Orange Tang 4pock85c FROZEN FOODS Paulins Marshmallow AMt pkgs. TV Banquet Beef, PQ Turkey, Chicken, Each 3VC SUMMER DESSERTS Fresh lemon is a light re- freshing flavor for summer tjosserts. A multi purposo lemon filling can ba wortli Its weight in gold. To mako 4 cups of the smoothest fill- ing over start with 5 eggs. Beat them well then add 2 cups granulated sugar, cup soft butler, 2 table- snoons lemon find and cup lemon juice. Cook in a double boiler over gently boiling water until smoothly thickened, stirring constant- ly. Tho cooled filling has countless uses try it in tart shells, individual mer- ingues or as a cake filling. It's even good on toast at snack timo 1 Keep some, on lasts several weeks in the refrigerator. MARILYN WEARS A CROWN Marilyn Smilh, 18, was crowned Miss Vancouver at Ihe weekend compolitions, and will enter ihe Miss Pacific National Exhibition con- lost next month. (CP Wirepholo) Success in logging company o o o attributed to good memory MEATS PHONE 327-5295 BERRY TARTLETTES Frosh berries have such a limited season it's a shnmo to spoil their wonderful flavor by cooking. PHc thorn instead into tender, cookie typo tarl shells. By using butter, you won't even havo to roll the pastry I In a bowl combine 1 cups sided all-purpose flour, 3 table- spoons sifted icimj sugar and cup soil butter; mix until crumbly- Press (iougii evenly into 8 individ- ual tort tins. Bake in 425'F. oven about 8 minutes. Fill with sweetened fresh fruit before serving and lop wilh whipped cream. JIFFY ORANGE FROSTING Need a quick icing for a cake mix? Bulter icings mako up quickly in the- blender. Measure 1 egg, cup soEt butter, 2 teaspoons orange juico, 2 (1-inch) strips orange rind and 1 cup icing sugar into blonder con- tainer. Blend at high speed. Transfer to mixing bow] and gradually stirMn 3 cups moro sugar. Delicious on your favourite spice cake I 30 rpiirilon Avonuo VANC'OUVER (CIO Vcrn Jones probably knows more aboul the inside of a logging truck than most women know about the workings of their sewing machines. women in positions of corporate power is not unu- sual in these days of equal employment opportunity, hut it is umisuat to find a chic, well-rlrcsscci woman in a job usually reserved for a Miper- mechanic. Miss Jones' full litlc is Su- pervisor, Purchasing Logging and Building Materials for MacMillan Dlocdcl Ltd. She is responsible for buy- ing all Mic equipment, parts and maintenance material for the logging antl building divi- sions jf the giant Vancouver- forest industry. Last year, she .spent more than S'M million on nclmlf of the company, and tins exjxjcts Ihc total Lo be a great deal higher, AKboufjIi her knowledge of things in c c n a n i c a I re- by everyone who deals with her, from mastei mechanics to sawmill fore- men. Miss Jones any suggestion that she ha.s to know more about incchanica engineering than a university professor, "I'm by no means a me she said, "hut I bnv a very good yon might rail a photographl memory." It's her memory which Mis Jones is responsih] for her sut'Ctiss during 2 years In the foi o.s! industry, culminating in tier appoint- ment to lior present position a year ago. Miss Jone.s was born in Sas- katchewan antl fell in love wilh '.he West Coast when she was posted here while with the HCAK. Originally intending lo he a .school .earlier. Miss Jones changed lirr mind and lofik a sc-crolariJil course. Her first, job was wilh Ihe Powell IJiver f'n. merged wilh MacMHlan Bioedel in IWD- doing clerical work and typing purchase orders. "That can he very boring work and you can make mis- takes it yon don't know what you nrc Miss Jones said. "So I asked a lot of quc.s- tioivs and learned a great deal about logging equipment. The men I worked with real lhat 1 could hi- much moro use to Minn if I was knowl- edgeable, so I got great coop- eration, "The men seemed to like IliA fact that f was not nfraid lo ask questions when I didn't understand something." Miss Jones 'lfir ''iff chance in a buyer left the company and siie was d to lake liis placo. From that first step, Miss 'ones rose steadily through tie company ranks, antl she says her sex made no differ- ence in her rise. Although Miss Jones' man- ner is far from aggressive she still has strong opinions, one. of wliich is lhat women's lib- eration isn't much use. ''If women use Ificir initia- ive, they can do pretty well anything they want Lo she said. "I don't think libera- tion Is something that can Ixs legislated." Although her job is largely concerned wilh decidedly nn- fcmininc mechanical equip- ment, Miss Jones is surprised at the shock some people show when they find the posi- tion is held by a woman. ''It's really not difficult to learn about m e c h a n i c a I she said. "It's jusl a matter of applying oneself and wanting to learn." FINAL 3 DAYS BENEFIT SHOES CLEARANCE SALE 35 PAIR ONLY RED CARPET SHOES and AA. Reg. 21.95 TO CLEAR PAIR TWO PAIR 9.00 ODDMENTS IN 4NARROW FITTING BRAND NAMES Reg. 12.95 to 25.95 TO CIEAR S.OOpAIR TWO PAIR 30% OFF SSANDMAELRS 30% OFF PASTEl SHOES MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED BARGAINS BENEFIT SHOES LID. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. CORNISH GAME HENS 16 oz. to 20 01. Average...... EACH STEAK STEAK BEEF BEEF LIVER alue'Village PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 CALIFORNIA JUMBO COLOSSAL df? ................3-4 Ib. overage for SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES We are clearing our complete Spring and Summer stock with savings of up to "Fashion with a Flair" 313 6th St. S. Phone 327-2244 OPEN THURSDAY ond FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. Thompson seedless B.C. Sun Haven Lotal grown Ib. 49' BAKERY Phono 327-2424 BUTTER BUNS DOZEN CREAM TARTS Cherry or Blueberry FRESH LEMON LOAF CAKE EACH 'Value'VIllage LOCATED AT THE CORNER Of Wth STREET oiW AVINUE.S.