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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IE1HBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, December 22, 1970 Gournie r Hy S11HM.KV nilUSTlAN YOKK (AP) A Hour- mot shop hen- is- sued a new catalo.mii' filled with sueh exotic Christinas possi- bilities ;is bird's nest fryers and safety holders. has cooked 35 years without owning a set of measuring wouldn't understand. j Jt offers, for example, "the! only authentic implement for preparaiion of couscous." which is said to be "so popular in ar- ticulate dining circles recently." In case vou do not know how to iiutke Hie North African ilinh.! a rcciiie is included with the utensil. i The bud's nest fryer is really two wire baskets, one smaller than the other, to be used to deep fry a of such things as potato slices, broad or eake. j They can be served filled with! meat, vegetables or pudding. There arc these other apixril-1 ing items to put under tiie tree and pear divider which looks like a small spoke wheel and cuts the fruit into 1- cqual slices. Tea bag and lemon slice squeezers, for the last drop. egg piercer, a little round item that punches a hole la prevent boiling eggs from cracking. pitter, wliieh looks somewhat like a nut and bolt. types of egg separa- tors. One is a small howl with a plastic device in the centre that catches the yolk and lets the white flow through. o in e 1 e 11 e pan, hinged at the middle, to fold in bean stringer o hslf and said to ninko the per- fCL't omeldtc1. Ik-sides the usual collection of French fish poachers and butter and corn peelers and corcrs ami plain old-1'ash'oncd milk bottles at each. For corn lovers there are two gadgets. One, called a corn slit- !cr and scraper, is undescriba- blc. The other, a "kernel kut- tcr." is round with handles on each side and is supposed to slide down an car of corn. There's also a bean stringer and slicer, for both string and sliced beans in one easy action. And there's a pan drainer to do what o t b e r generations thought lids were for. Finally, for stocking staffers, (he catalogue offers a straw- berry n small clamp- like thing which works very much as two fingers and has to Ije worked by two fingers. It is said to be ideal, too, for chicken feather pulling. ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a 14-year-old girl who needs an answer right away. Please hurry because 1 have z date with this guy Saturday night. Is it true that heavy petting leads to breast cancer? Like I said, please Terri H.. Hurley. New Mexico. DEAR TERRI: Heavy petting does not lead to breast cancer but it CAN lead to other tilings. Cool it, Kiddo. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You're probably sick and tired of letters about that psychology professor who claims sex in marriage is not important. I'm enclosing a clipping from a news stay out of London that should settle the controversy. Two British scientists wrote in their book "Sixty Plus" that it is a grave mistake to allow their sexual love mak- ing to die away as couples get older. "If they continue to enjoy sex as long as they wrote the scientists, "they will be happier, more relaxed and healthier." One of the authors, Dr. John Maddison is the founder of The Clinic For Preventive Medicine at Teddington. He "The wise men of India and China believed that regu- lar sex activity was the key to eternal youth." Dr. Maddi- son went en to prove his thesis by citing laboratory studies which showed' that regularly mated rats remained in far better health than rats who were isolated from the opposite sex. Extensive interviews with patients revealed that mar- ried couples lost the ability to function sexually when they abstained for reasons of separation, illness or the notion that sex might be injurious to their health. So chalk one up for the old motto. "Use it or lose it." I hope you'll print this. Ann. It might encourage some of tile old gaffers who write to Enjoying ft At 76 In Kitchener, Ontario. DEAR KITCH: The old gaffers who mite to me don't need encouragement. It's their wives who are getting to me this is what they're writing about. Thanks for your letter. I'm with those scientists from Old Blighty. Confidential to Annoyed, Irritated and Burneil to a Crisp: A good way to measure a person is by the size of the things that bother him. How will you react when something of real magnitude ocelli's? Too many couples go from matrimony to acrimony. Dofl't let your marriage flop before it gets started. Send for Ann Landers' booklet "Marriage What To Expect." Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Ser- vice Limited, 245 St. James Street West, Montreal 126, en- closing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "A job like fhaf must fake nerves of steel, a iovial personality and rubber trousers.' Plant VINEYARD under the Christmas Tree The ideal- Gift and Hobby! COMPLETE WINE MAKING KITS AVAILABLE WINE-MAKERS SUPPLY CENTRE 316 7th Street S. flower level of Southern Stationers) at Baton's Christmas is for People EATO For Your Sh0ppmg Convenience, Eaton's Will Remain Open Until Wednesday, December 23rd, For Last Minute Gift Bisyssig. Men's Sport Shirts Girls7, Teens' Coats Regular 17.99 to 45.00. A clearance of coats for girls and teens every one exceptional value. An excellent assortment some with hoods, zipper and button fronts. Sizes 4 to 6x, 7 to 14 and 8 to 14x. Piles, nylons and wools. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, id QQ 1 8 EACH to Girls' Wear, Main Floor Men's, Women's Wallets A good assortment of leather wallets for both men and women. Specially priced for last minute gift shoppers. Both styles feature card folder and change purse. Back, brown 6nd green. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH Jewellery, Main Floor Women's Watches Here's the answer to your gift problem for the lady on your gift list. Dress or sports model. Clebar watches, jewelled and shock resistant. Incabloc movement. Matching gold coloured bracelet. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH Watches, Main Floor Ordinarily 7.00 and 8.00. Choose from stripes, plains and checks, all in perma press finish. An excellent assortment of sport shirts that should make a hit with any man on your gift list. And look at the saying. Sizes M QQ small, medium and large. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH fcji Men's Wear, Main Floor Boys' Sock Clearance Ordinarily 69c Pair. Here's ar, excellent opportunity for you to obtain a good of socks for the boys in the family and at a saving. A stretch style cotton and woo! sock to fit boys sizes 8 to Plain knit foot, pebble top. Colours: gold, navy, brown, blue and grey. gO, RQ WEDNESDAY SPECIAL pair J Boys' Wear, Main Floor Misses, Youth's Snow Boots Regular 8.98 to 10.95. Sturdy waterproof vinyl pullon style snpwboots for those cold winter days. Stain and scuff resistan.t. Lined with warm acrylic pile. Moulded soles and heals. Brown only. Net all sizes in any one style but sizes 11 to 4 collectively. fa Kg mm ftQ WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, PAIR and f Shoes, Main Floor Teens Sweaters Hassock Species Is Here's exceptional value in sweaters for teens. Long sleeves in skinny rib and with turtle neck. Fashioned from nylon and acrylic. Colours: navy, white, brown and red. Sizes: small, medium and large. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH Teen Wear, Main Floor Regular 10.95 to 29.95. If you are looking for a special in hassocks, here's your opportunity. All the modern colours olive, tangerine, gold, brown, ivory and black: Round, square, oblongs, hexagon. On leas or casters or lilting frames. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, If fl 35 EACH to I ijyP Furniture, Second Floor Quilted Dusters Off Metal Furniture Hurry for these we have only a limited quantity. Lovely dusters in quilted nylon tricot lhat is bound to please. Three-quarter length sleeves. Colours: blue, pink, acqua, beige and lilac. Sizes: small, medium and large. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH Women's Wear, Main Floor Boudoir or bathroom chairs in a variety of colourful seat covers gold, leopard, and red. Regular 9.95 to 29.95. rf% gO WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH O Jardinieres Women's Coats Regular 7.95 to 12.95. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH pink, 0.95 ,63 Regular 40.00 to 100.00. Look at the saving here on these dandy winter coats. All wool coatings and lined and interlined chamois to the hip. Choose from tweeds, checks and plain fabrics. Colours: gold, green, bue, black, brown and red. Sizes 10 to 20. OQt99 WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH................ 1.3' Women's Caafs, Main Floor Tea Cart Regular 19.95. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH Dusters, Housecoats Orion pile dusters and housecoats. Flattering to wear and so cosily warm and yet so light. In waltz and full length styles. Three-quarter length sleeves and embroidery trims. Colours: blue, rose, coral. Sizes: small, medium and large. Dusters-WEDNESDAY "I A 99 Housecoats-WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH I U" SPECIAL, EACH .50 Furniture, Second Floor Half-Price! Drapery Materials Regular 1.95 to 4.50. A large collection of drapery fabrics taken right from our regular stock and reduced for quick clearance. Included are hopsacking, antique satin, rayons, sailcloth and barkcloth with plain or printed designs. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, O 25 YARD, HALF-PRICE to 12 .99 Stemware Draperies, Second Floor Women's Wear, Main Floor Men's Dress Shirts Regular 49c to 79c. Discontinued stemware patterns. Assortment includes tum- blers. Old Fashioned, sherry, champagne, cocktail and liqueurs. Limited quantities. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH to Chinawore, Second Floor Ordinarily 7.00. A perma press dress shirt. 65% polyester and 35% cotton with long point collar. One pocket and convertible cuffs. A well tailored im- ported shirt to please the men on your gift list. Colours: blue, gold M "7Q and green. Sizes 14Vi to WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH fcf' Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Sweater Clearance Regular 14.95 to 26.00. Broken size ranges, limited quantities and oddments in sweaters taken right from our regular stock and reduced one-third off the regular prices. Pullovers, creek neck cardigans, too, in the groups. Good color range. Sizes: small, medium and large. QQ QQ WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH to Q' Men's Wear, Main Floor Meat Fondue Regular 13.50 and 17.98. Stainless steel fondue with stand and stainless tray. For your own use or for a practical gift. BO QQ WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, EACH................. {f and Fondues, Second Floor Home, Tree Decorations Price Regular 39c to 8.99. Hurry for this exciting clearance of horns and tree decora- tions. Limited quantities in most items and they should move out quickly at this half-prfce marking. Included are decorations >or home or tree, garland, tinsel, outdoor lights and numerous novelty items. fS fjiri WEDNESDAY SPECIAL, HALF-PRICE, EACH fo Red Basket, Second Floor ror me many nor Advertised "Specials Many of our best "buys" do not receive newspaper announcement. Be sure to look for the special "Not Advertised Tickets they are your assurance of outstanding value! Buy Line 328-8811. Eaton's Will Remain Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day, Saturday, December 26th, Re-opening Monday, December 28th. ;