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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, Auguit J7, WO THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID 11 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor rri-lE public must be pleased to see alderman and local businessman Steve Kotch concerned about the Callow Coach. Seems a shame that such a worthy undertaking has to go by the wayside for want of a little money. However on behalf of a number of sleepy motor- ists, I would wish to express to Alderman Kotch my concern for his buses which continue, from time to time, to back out on to 3rd Ave. One morning this week a huge tanker truck from the chaps next door blocked all view on the right hand lane on the north side of the avenue. As motorists changed lanes to keep to the inside, out popped a bus, leaving a line of drivers with their brake lights blinking I'm sure a member of the Lethbridge constabu- lary could have been requisitioned to halt traffic in order to let the bus leave. Why wait till an accident occurs before that ounce of prevention is put into action? One of our food-inclined male reporters brought over a recipe for Gooseberry Relish which he says is absolutely delicious. I wouldn't normally recom- mend a recipe that I haven't made or at least sam- pled (which he didn't bring) but being the gourmet that he is, I'll take his word. It's quite simple. Put 6 cups of gooseberries, 4 cups white sugar, 6 cups chopped onions in pint vinegar to soak overnight. Add 1 tsp. salt, 1 tsp, pepper, 1 tsp. cinnamon, and 2 tsp. allspice and boil till berries are soft. Put in sterilized jars, seal and enjoy with roast beef and our blessing. We've also heard rumors of a yummy choke- cherry syrup from another staffer. Again no samples and no recipe, just something about a pailful of sugar and a couple of pailsful of water. This particular cook's cuisine is somewhat limited anyway to moose, rainbow trout and lasagne, so you might take it all with a grain of salt. I mean, really, Joe, a pailful of sugar? By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor A 22-year-old Lethbridge girl has not followed the path of young Women's Liberat i o n Movement devotees. Susan Young, speaking at a Montana jeauty contest, was asked about women's liberation. Miss Young replied: "Any girl with a head on her BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. Fii, Aug. 28th Starts p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8th and 12th Ganui in 7 Numbers WORTH jackpot in 53 Noi. Sony No Under 16 of Ag. Allowod WITCHCRAFT ABORTIONS VIENNA (AP) The Hun- garian newspaper Esti Hirlap reported that many Hungarian women depend on witchcraft to stop pregnancy despite liberal- ized abortion laws. Strike Action Unfavorable With Canadian Women Cramps? Nausea? Diarrhea? Count on Dr. Fowler's Strict of Wild Strawberry tor gentle, soothing relief Iron unpleasant, embarrassing symp- toms. Tested and proven by 6 generations ot Canadians. You owe it to your family to keep it on hand. Ask for..1. Dr. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY MRS. VERA SINCLAIR PIANO ORGAN THEORY POPULAR CLASSICAL ADULTS CHILDREN BEGINNERS OR ADVANCED Lessons Start Tuesday, Sept. 1st 620 9th St. S. i nice i whv not have a and relaxation this winter? JOIN ONE OF OUR MORNING or AFTERNOON LEAGUES Leagues commence Sept. 2-3-4. For more information contact JOHN OR SANDY at GLENDAIE BOWL or Phone 328-4545 BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF CARPETS FOR FREE ESTIMATES CAU Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 shoulders can get anything she wants out of a man. Honey, I've got better things to do than change a tire." Miss Young won the contest. Elsewhere in Lethbridge it appeared that life went on as usual for the female populace. Office typewriters were busy, lunch was on the table for youngsters returning from school, and office managers I were not burdened with pre- schoolers. This last ruse was promoted by the National Organization of Women, and leader Betty Frie- dan, to promote the need for day care centres. While Canadian Women's Lib- eration members supported the Wednesday strike in the U.S. there was no evidence of tak- ing similar action here. Feminists marched on the I Edmonton Journal newspaper offices this week to protest the segregation of the sexes in want ad columns, hut there has been no tie-in with the U.S. movement. While wage and employment disparities between the sexes are evident in both countries, it has been felt by Canadian feminists at least that separ- ate action must be taken. -Neither in Calgary nor in Vancouver were protests of sympathy for the U.S. move- ment made Wednesday by the Women's Liberation nor the Wo- men's Caucus. In a telephone survey Wed- nesday The Herald was given a variety of answers to the question "What do you think of women going on strike for a "What does it "Only the kids would suffer, husbands just won't bother coming home" "You show your worth by be- ing where you're needed." "I could use a holiday but I'd nev- er get away with it around tiere." "I like being needed." It began to .sound as though Miss Young knew what she was talking about until the male comment came "I thought you women went on holiday ev- ery day." (Calendar cJLocal Jvappeninqi Ladies Auxiliary to the FOE will hold its regular meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Hostesses are J. Kroeker, A. Bodnar, F. Laza- ruk, V. Price. Originals Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Society Ladies Auxiliary will meet in the YMCA Friday at 2 p.m. After the meeting entertainment by the Bridge Town Trio. Bingo and lunch. A good attendance requested WEDDING GOWN, 1970 Miranda Quarry is shown as she arrived at the Caxton Hall registry office in Lon- don for her surprise wedding to actor Peter Sellers. It was the first marriage for the stepdaughter of Lord Mancroff, fhe third for The 23-year-old bride wore o rich dark red Gypsy-style maxidress, top- ped by a matching hat, and was accompanied to the ceremony by her pet Pekinese, Thomastna and Taffeta. The groom wore a conventional dark pin-stripe suit. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "You've gained ten pounds in one you realize that in 50 years'you'll weiah 714 pounds." CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, August 27th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HAU CORNER Uth STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH 18 1st 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 12 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 16 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-IUCKY DRAW JACKPOT-SS or Blackout Jackrwf ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZES Perionl 16 not allowed Sponiond by laditi' Aid of St. and St. Paul's Church LOOKING for Kindergartens 3 AFTERNOONS PER WEEK North Lethbridge Kindergartens Phone 327-1484 or 328-8769 Ann 5 Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: While marketing yesterday for baby food I noticed two women doing something which I be- lieve is unhealthy and downright disgusting. They were open- ing jars of baby food, slicking a finger in, tasting the food, closing the jars and putting them back on the shell. I mentioned tin's to other young mothers and they also had seen it done. Apparently it is not infrequent. It seems to me that once the vacuum pack is broken the food spoils and is not fit for human consumption. Aside from not wanting a jar of baby food that has had someone's finger in it, there is this other danger. Please print my letter and tell young mothers what we can do to protect our children. in Michigan DEAR MAD: I checked with several store managers in Chicago and learned that they are aware of the problem and are constantly on the alert for "food tasters." Some baby foods are packed in jars whose lids must be pried open with an instrument. The twist-off lids, however, are indeed vacuum packed, and once the lid is removed the food should be kept under refrigeration. own Mrs. Jerry Piercey enter- tained at a pre-nuptial shower in honor of Mrs. David Reidel (nee Marine Assisting ihc hostess was Miss Shirley Knox, twin sister of the bride. Mrs. Elmer Jones of 638 13th St. S. was honored Saturday on the occasion of her 80tli birth- day with a family gathering. Relatives included her four children, 16, grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tresner (Lola) of Indiana. PIANO LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS and EARLY GRADES. 635 15th Street South Phono 327-7031 Change In Holidays FREDERICTON (CP) Edu- cation Minister W. W. Meldrum of New Brunswick has an- nounced that beginning in 1970- 71 provincial schools will close for. one week from the first Monday in March. This mid- winter break will replace the traditional Easter recess but schools mil continue to close for Good Friday and Easter Mon- day. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT WAY IOOR FROIA MB Back by Popular Demand and Sorry Sale Yes sorry we sold out of so many colors so quickly at the last sale and were unable to look after so many of you. Now you have another chance with all colors and a larger staff to help you. Representative for one of Canada's largest Wig Importers is holding a one day sale at the MARQUIS HOTEL ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 29th only from a.m. p.m. Join the thousands of women now enjoying the convenience of this magnificent wig. NATURAL LOOKING (feels and looks like hair, not straw) NATURAL COLORS (including gray blends, and fresteds) NON FLAMMABLE won't shrink, won't tangle PERMANENT CURL never needs setting, washable LIGHT WEIGHT not hot, ideal after swimming NO WIDE OR CUMBERSOME ELASTIC ALL AROUND MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW! SEEING IS BELIEVING COME EARLY BRING A FRIEND The Finest Wig Of Its Type On The Market Today A True Retail Value At A True Wholesale Price. Q.95 A Fantastic "MISS TANIS" Creation. ONLY Introducing 2 NEW SWINGING STYLES FOR THE YOUNGER CROWD Rttai! Valu. 49.95. TRUE WHCHESAU PRICE...................... Another Schoen Promotion ;