Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 68

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta February 9, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 15 Family Living Abortion subject of meet VANCOUVER (CP) Shar on Hager, executive scvjrelary or tlie British Columbia Wo- men's Abortion Law llcpc-al Cn- alition, said Iliat a mcetuig will be held In Winnipeg March II! and 19 to unite abortion rclorm groups across the country. The announcement was made Following a meeting of various British Columbia groups which favor liberalization of abortion laws. Grace Maclnnis, New Demo- cratic Party member of parlia- ment for Vancouver Kingsu-ay said a recent decision in On- tario in which an injunction was granted hailing an abortion there because of the protest of 3 husband, "sets a precedent whereby any husband, whether a drunkard, menially ill or whatever, could force his wife to bear children against her will." She called on tire federal gov- ernment to appeal llic injunc- tion. The Homemtiker By KUZABETir IIARTMAiV District Home Economist Price of sugar is going up, up, UP! Food ami nutrition specialist, A.ileen Whilmorc with Llic Al- berta Department of Agricul- ture explains the .situation this way: Sugar is sold on a pro- tected market, e.g. the price of sugar in Edmonton is the same as tlie price of sugar in_ Van- couver. The price varies here as the price varies on llic world market. During tlic 1971 72 crop year there was a deficit, therefore, we have been diggmg into world reserves, combined with this the Soviet Union has been buying as much as tons per day on (he world market. Prices as high as Sl.GB for 10 Ibs. An even higher price is be- ing forecast. Menus need a litlle at- tention these w i n ler days, and a flavor accent niade easy with a dash of herbs do great things for the family's appetite. As the Family Circle reports Graham Kcrr, "I don I have so much concern about vitamins that I become hung up by the whole business, but I do care when people cut up vegetables and let them Hit in cold water. This wastes flavor, the whole works. It's all in the water, and the water's drained out in the sink. You should cook a vegetable as if it's an unexploded n short time, Chinese fashion, so it's crisp and Bravo. Mr. Kcrr! Having done thai, if you use a little herb for variety and as an accent, you'll coax the ap- petites at your family table. There is such a variety of herbs for us, lhat we don't realize that v.r have them home grnwn or shipped in from all corners of the globe. It's interesting lo know !hat bii.sil, so often used in tomato recipes, is shipped from Hun- gary and Yugoslavia as well as Ilic United Stales. Ore.uano was almost, unknown lo Canadians a cenlnry ago, In- day great quantities are n.scd. There arc two distinct types of oregano and both are imported. Tlie Mediterranean variety is .supplied mainly (Irecce and is an important con- stituent, (if a Mexi- can variety, with a distinctly different lasle, ami used in chili powder and Mexican dish- es, comes from that land south of us. ''Using Savory Herbs" is a pamphlet obtainable from my office in the Administration Building, or llic Informa- tion Division, Deparl- menl ol AgrK'iilluiv, OMawa. You will find il usrlul for its lips on Ihuir miying ami .stor- age, I heir use and whal herbs are used with which foods. No food hn the necessan nuliicr per proportions In good hcnllh. in pro.. inainlain Keep this page for a and learn how to handle a hungry man. ;