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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE iriHBRIDGE HERAIO Wedniiday, AUBUI! the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON lite all (ish-lovcrs lite department of the environment is trcnting you to a booklet of 20 dcliciotisly-illitstratcd recipes, Seafood Treats the Barbecue. Don't chicken out on the fillets en papillotes, oyster roast, hickory-smoked salmon and such Instructions are simple and explicit. Use the booklet to live dangerously next time you play hostess on the patio. Let your guests build 'their own skewer dinners. Scullops and shrimp are both good size and texture for kabob cookery. Try spreading these and an assortment of go-togethers on I rays, lay on (he skewers, and see who comes up with the most exciting concoctions. Send your name and address to Barbecue Cook Book. Department of the Environment, Ottawa. No charge. Still speaking of our fine fishy friends, Rupert Brand has come up with a new Hat- ter Cod. The one-pound package contains 10 portions of cod fillets in light batter, cooked just enough to freeze in Hie flavor. Watch for it in the supermarket. Team up your zippy fish treats with another new arrival. McCain's frozen Beefeater Fried Potatoes, similar to Ihc great and hearty English chip. For barbecuing, don't mess up your skillet. Whip up a handy pan from a 12 inch square of double-thick foil. Shape a half-to-one-ineh rim, pinch corners, puncture the bottom in several places, oil lightly, and place on grill about three inches away from coals. Spread potatoes on pan, cook five to seven min- utes. Turn, cook another five minutes, and watch out! It's hard to judge the temperature of a barbecue, and who wants charcoal-flavored french fries0 Memo to orange-lovers: the greeny tinge ap- pearing on your favorite Valencias ain't wot it looks. This year's unusually warm spring, says the orange growers' association, caused the oranges to color be- fore fully ripened. Then as tiie fruit ripened and be- came sweet, Mother Mature moved back in with her basket of chlorophyll, causing "regreening." The longer they remain on the tree, Ihc greener they become oops, the oranges that is, not the growers. From Paris Helena Rubenstein announces, among other things, the return of the eyeliner. Many of us will be surprised to hear it had ever departed. Eyebrows will be "slightly while cheekbones and lips will come "in all shades of deep red." The daytime look, says the cosmetic company, is "contrasting nmtte and gloss finish on a clear, smooth leaving us downright mystified as whether we wear 'em together or have our choice of dull or shiny. rr r -rawiily Supermarkets' ivord game of slick super Tooth decay prevention LONDON, Ont. (CP) Five hundred school children here have become guinea pigs in an experiment that may eventu- ally lead to prevention of tooth decay. Each child in the project has two matching teeth one upper and one lower treated with a thin plastic film, called pit and fissure sealant, developed hy a Washington chemist, Dr. Ray Bower. 0'ITAWA (CP) "Don't be a loser In today's supermar- ket word ndvises Con- sumer Contact, consumer af- faire department bulletin. Many s o -c a 11 e d discount prices at supermarkets are just a gimmick to attract new customers, not the special deals they apponr to be, says he monthly shopper's guide. For the last two years, nore of the supermarket cha'ns have interallied com- petition for Iho family fowl dollar by sv. itdiin" lo dis- count priciiij! couched in a vocabulary o{ "slick su- perlatives -and super-svpsrla- says tlie j'UKle. Big bright sigas plastered on .supermarket windows and walls advertise Ihclr "new, low" prices and often claim to be the lowest in town. "Hut is it really possible for just alxml every big grocery store around to have prices that are lower than everylxidy asks Consumer Con- tact It says the store thst initi- ated discounting cut prices in hopes of winning over larger numbers of customers from competing outlets, up for Initial profit reductions higher volumes. But but even more so ecause the overweight child ins an 85-per-cent likelihood, by he most authoritative estimate, becoming a fat adult. 'We tlo not know yet to what extent these faulty nutritional (radices winch cause early childhood obesity among the joor result from lack of infor- mation or from lack of appro- >riate they said. Hut they reported that they have started a project to find out. WeeWhimsy THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I'll take it if that's the full price and not just the down SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL of mondinrj lo do? A wedding ioon? A yon to be creative? Rent find Saw with a gorgaoui KENMORE ZIG ZAG from 328-923T Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall Tor Complole DflFaifs re- and vol- ____ become spread more tlunly among tha discounters. As each slore starts dis- counting it has comparatively lover prices fur a fihort while, says Consumer Contact. But tii'c shopper wishing to save would have a bard lime keep- ing i'p will' the day-to-day changes of where the best over-Ell are. With products and sixes on the su- permarket shelves, ehsnccs are thr.t while soup is cheaper at one store, hrcad is a belter buv at Ihc ne-Lt. Consumer Contact suggests the thrifty shopper annum compile a list of ahoul 15 fa- vorite hrsnd r.amc packaged food products, taking care to avoid "house hrands" sold in only one clipin. Purchase the identical list in three competing "discount" supermarkets on Hie some day, deleting those items sold at special or temporarily low prices, counsels Consumer Contact. The survey will Indicate which items can purchased at lower prices at which store, but should he repeated fre- quently lo maintain accuracy as the price war continues. The guide also warns that "discount" prices are often as high as and sometimes higher than the average supermarket prices. There are indicalions that the supermarket chains aro suffering from this practice. U.S. news reports dcscriba discounting as a losing propo- sition for stores competing in- the battle initiated last year with lire A. and P.'s effort to "recover tonnage" hy con- verting its stores to dis- cour.t units. Most of the other leading supermarket chains quickly followed suit and the result has Ijcen widespread losses. calendar of local happening) Christian S c i ence leslimony meeting will IK held at p.m. Wednesday in Ihe church audiiormm, 1203 Avc. S. Ev- eryone welcome. v The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens will meet at 2 p.m. Friday in Gym 2 al the Civic- Sports Centre. Members are asked to tnke something for tho hamper and bazaar. Ilingo will bo played and lunch served af- ter the meeting, and a good at- tendance is requested. again look liitcn Valim ora han. SB Iranililoriied chauli fealuring: ELtCTROlOK AUTO. FINE TUNING IlECTRO TINT BIACK MATRIX PICTURE TUB! 588 Special Look i liilffn Pricing in Reg. SPECIAL For the finest in Color T.V. tea ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1231 3rd S. 357-JMO ;