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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Renowned for delicasies 1 Soho gourmet's mecca England A assortment of passing trade. French way with fat and chocolates and patisseries to mecca for expatriates seeking Some people come from out- nerves removed to avoid Queen Elizabeth and to the out food specialties of their side London to buy here waste. Mother whn has a country. London's Soho dis- because you couldn't get it Ameri London's Soho dis trict also is an area where the English housewife can find ingredients for practically any dish from any gastronomic course in the world This congested area of you anywhere else in A Chinese woman stops to streaky bacon the kind select some aubergines. Queen who has a Americans in London seek weakness for the firm's out their favorite chocolate cakes The mouth-watering array that fries crisp and crumbly of soft-centred you he A British enthusiast is Lord marzipan goodies in says as he hands her the who sends his the shape of amusing packet. And as she moves chauffeur all the way from his and twisting iTttle streets is like those country Knowsley crystallized menthe renowned for its food There's a whole ghetto of near to and truffles is dis- prolifcrating among the im- mense variety of restaurants serving or any kind of food you A few paces north of Rupert with all the usual fish and designed cakes for special oc- fancy and the equally renow- you come to Berwick some unusual such as casions One was a replica of ed cabarets Street market. Rows of cuttlefish and laid the late Sir Francis Wandering through that barrows again line both sides out on its marble slabs In Chichester's Gypsy part of Soho you come across of the narrow street Business winter the array also includes Moth for a banquet in the surprising sight of the is brisk and serious. and Guildhall to celebrate his them around the comer. No arguing They want the collect the bacon played on glass shelves. Across the street is a fish Floris is constantly being Richards asked to produce specially Fruit vendor in Soho district surprising sigh Rupert Street doing a swinging business from 8 in the morning until in the with Cockney stallholders proclaiming their wares and rows of colorful canopied barrows stacked with delectable fruit and vegetables. Here the quality is high and so are the prices. From one barrow alone can be bought green fat yellow baby fine stnng globe white fresh perfect and aubergines The name of the owner of each barrow is displayed. One says P. Cillam. He stands beside cajol- ing the passerby to purchase his produce. Here the housewife can stock up on basic such as and marrows. tench must be the most cosmopolitan area in says the Less colorful than Rupert fishmonger. get every round-the-world voyage Christopher son of S the is head of the Si firm His the late Hungarian-born Maria but a good source for nationality and you've got to played big part m Produce converges in London's Soho district from all corners of the providing those who dare the congested streets and calls of the vendors with delights to tickle the most sophisticated of palates. Quality of the food is as the but few quibble for their precious goods. the family necessities as cater for their various wants. prices are considerably lower We have than in most other parts of central London. all the Eastern At right angles to both these Europeans streets in Brewer Street with Poles shopping its provisions the most here If you don't cater to imposing of which is Randall these people you'd have to butchers to pack up Originally a charcuterie and Farther along Brewer Street it stocks many is the House of world including pied- famous for its handmade panne feet with and breadcrumbs for frying in petits fours What is less andouillettes generally known is that the ready for grilling firm also caters to or pates freshly made and in add eggs and work from luncheons. Derek to a stiff paste Roll out about he tells and other and Toulouse says half an inch thick Cut with a the biggest gamblers' which are much in can supply anything from a small round brush with market We lay out a lot of demand. Fresh snails and knife and fork to a dance egg place a salted al- money on this stuff But we frogs' legs are flown in daily floor mond on each biscuit have a fair selection of from and all the meat Floris has two royal Allow to rest for about an in the shop is prepared the warrants as suppliers of then bake in a moderate oven the business. This recipe for a Hungarian is one of hers. If the ingredients are too much they can be halved. Pogasha 2 pounds flour Vz ounce salt IVz pounds butter 5 eggs Extra egg yolk for brushing Salted almonds 1 Sift flour and then rub is a fair selection regular customers and an oven Ann Landers Dear Ann How old does a girl have to be before she can Go on a date with a boy in a car. Make a long-distance telephone call to a friend and talk awhile Shave her legs and arm- pits. Go on an overnight camping trip with no just a couple of friends Thank you Trouble In The Family Dear When she's a freshman in high school if she has good judgment and a record of dependability How far away does the friend How long is Royal Purple Lodge No. 76 Picture Butte Cash Draw Winners 6306 146 St. B.C. 1029 9 St. Lethbridge Fernand Picture Butte They would like to thank all who participated Draw was held during the Piciure Butte Elks Carnival Is she willing to pay for the calls out of her It depends on what's there 13 or 14. Are the friends boys or girls7 If they are I say nix If I'd say 17. You are welcome. Dear Ann Recent- ly you printed a letter urging people to lock their cars as a precaution against stealing. As you an experienced car thief can unlock a car door if he wants to. But if the door is already it's even easier to rip off something in- side the car. Another reason people should lock cars is to prevent children from getting into them. Sometimes they by releasing the and get into serious ac- cidents This has happened in every state in the union the unlocked car belongs to his parents pass the word of war- Ann A million thank's. Concerned Dear And may I add one more An un- locked car is a perfect place for a nut to hide. When the driver he can jump out of his crouched position and pull a gun or knife It's an ideal set-up for a mugging Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by of Columbus HELP US TO HELP'OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Household Effects Call For Pickup Service OR LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. Mark 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Pete Chrupka recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a dinner and dance held in their honor. Mr Chrupka was born in Czechoslovakia and his the former Mary Gruz was born in Plaveck Czech- where they were married. Mr. Chrupka im- migrated to Canada in 1030 followed by Pvlrs. Chrupka and their two John and in 1934 The couple farmed in the Turin area from 1937 until their retirement in 1972 and moved to Lethbridge at that time. They have four grandchildren. Present at the re- ception were Mrs. Andela Lukacek of Mrs. Chrupka's and Mrs. Mary Surovic also of Chicago Out-of-town guests attended from Ed- Calgary and Taber. Celebrate anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Art Cam of Lethbridge will cele- brate their 50th wedding anniversary Dec 15 with an open house for relatives and friends. The reception will take place from 2 to 5 p.m and from 7 to 9 p m. at their 1017 18 St. A N. The couple were married in the city and have one and three grandchildren No by request. Children 5s capabilities often vary CHICAGO the traditional age to start may be too young for many says a Texas pediatrician The readiness of children to start Grade 1 should be as- sessed by the family doctor if no one else does said the pe- Col George Fidone of the medical centre at Lack- land Air Force Base. At a news conference Tues- day at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Pe- Fidone discussed fac- tors which might indicate that a child would have learning problems or fail in school The benefits of starting to school late outweigh the dis- Fidone said. is considerable reluctance on the part of parents to keep children from going on to first he noting that they feel ashamed because their child is not ready DO YOU THINK THIS WAY ABOUT Money spent on elabo- rate funerals would be better spend on the liv- ing I don't want anybody to put my body on public display I want to record my wishes before death so that my next of km need not make painful deci- sions under stress I want to support a non- profit group working for dignified and in- expensive funerals 11 ask for free folder Memorial Society of Southern Alberta Phone 328-6335 1132 16 St. Lethbridge In and out of town The board of directors of the Old Cabin Craft Society will hold its second craft design competition for Alberta residents The rules do not limit the craftsman as to sub- ject medium or number of entries. Forms may be obtained from The Calgary Cabin. 2nd foor of Palliser Square Calgary Closing date for entries is May 1974. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 SCardsforl.OO or 25 C Each Three 7 Number Gamei Frn Giims and Fni Cirds DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money under 16 nol allowed December Perm Avojd Disappointment get your Christmas Perm Nowl .00 7 Reg. 12.50 SPECIAL complete permanent fully guaranteed WIG SERVICE Cleaned and set GOBY'S BEAUTY SALON 322-13th St. North Phone 327-5687 GRAND OPENING 20-30 Club 10th supports a.m. to p.m. Drawing to be made on Dec. 15th for FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS I for all 328 -13th St. N. Phone 328-6066 Sunrise The Active 20-30 Club of Lethbridge has decided to con- tinue their support of the Sunrise Ranch by providing tranportation for the children to Adams Ice Centre every Wednesday evening They will be taking Santa Claus to the home Dec. 20 and to Sifton Dec. 22. The club will provide gifts and entertainment at both homes. Their next meeting will be held at 7 p m Thursday at the Holiday Inn Guests and interested young men betweeen the ages of 20 and 40 YOUR UNICEF GREETING IS A CHILD'S FUTURE Get Your UNICEF end Celendsrs at HEINTZMAN PIANO STORE 313-rthSt. S. UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE BOOK .STORE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOOK STORE Give a GIFT to dress up the home with Mirrors from our wide Christinas Special OFF ALREADY MADE UP OR CUT TO ANY SIZEI Come in and see our Selection1 Also MIRRORED MEDICINE CABINETS Advance Glass Aluminum Co. DIVISOR of ADVANCE 231-121h St. B North Phone 327-1581 ;