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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20. �� THE IETHBRIDGH HERAID - Wednesday, Fotruory 28, 1973 the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON "IF YOUR HOME is any-thing iike ours, getting the children to try a new dish or a different vegetable is like banging your head against a trick wall. Here are a few tips that are supposed to help you keep your cool the next time the problem comes up: - Serve o n 1y a teaspoon -or at most a tablespoon- the first time round. This amount is a taste-teaser and won't overwhelm. -When serving vegetables, don't overcook them. Most youngsters like things crisp and chewy. And let 'em Kraft Foods Limited is switching to an open-date freshness program for the entire Kraft line. AU products will start appearing with a "pull-date!" (showing the month, day and year) after which time the Plan now, before you buy, to co-ordinate your spring clotliing, so you can mix and match many of your outfits. Small floral prints and mini-checks can be teamed with many solid shades to make the most of your entire ward-rote. Be sure to include on' your This recipe for a quick snack cake comes to us from Victoria, B.C.: Snack Cake l\z cups flour �'.a cup butter or margarine ^2 cup sugar Vs tsp salt 1 tsp vanilla 2 egg yolks 1 tsp baking powder pick up pieces of finger food. First establish a liking for the new taste, than lick the manners into shape. -Combine bite-size pieces of fruit or something really popular with what you're serving. Blending an old favorite with a new non-favorite sets up a pleasant association. Could be that a little serving of low cunning will help you break the cycle of hot dogs, peanut butter sandwiches, soda pop and potato chips. It's certainly worth a try, anyway. item should be withdrawn from the shelves. This dating policy is aimed at retaining flavor and freshness at the time of purchase, as well as for a reasonable period of time afterwards. shopping list a couple of white blouses, all ruffled, frilly and lacy. The return of the fluffy white blouse, says our fashion expert, is supposed to bring back a sexy, feminine charm to the fashion scene. The blouse look is airy, with cotton eyelet a favorite, because it's versatile enough for day or evening wear. 2 egg whites l cup chopped walnuts or 34 cup coconut Mix first seven ingredients-thoroughly, until dry and crumbly. Spread in pan. Mix last two ingredients (egg whites and walnuts or coconut) and spread over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. COMPLETE REBUILT AUTOMATIC  WASHERS  DRYERS AS WELL AS SPIN WASHERS 90 DAY GUARANTEE FAIRFIELD SERVICES LTD. , 327-6070, 327-6884 We will also buy any R.C.A. - INGLIS OR WHIRLPOOL automatic washers or gas dryers in need of repair for rebuilding. We also have 3 fully qualified service technicians available for ether repair services. Curse you, Red Baron! BILL GKOENEN photo The Peanuts gang is on the loose, and planning to stage a play Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Yates Me morial Centre. You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown will be put on by the Lethbridge Community College Harlequins with performances at 8 p.m.' and a Saturday matinee at 2. Shown are, top left, Kim Hall as Charlie Brown; and Bill Mallalieu as Linus. Bottom left, Sherry Kennedy as Lucy and Ron Bisset as the kissing beagle, Snoopy. Family fights cause police fatalities By GEORGE KITCHEN NEW YORK (CP) - On the police radio network, when they dispatch a car to the scene, they call it a 'domestic"-a routine family squabble that someone wants a policeman to settle or break up. The domestic is the dreary, non-crime sort of situation that a policeman likes to avoid, a sometimes embarrassing reluctant intrusion into private emotions and private lives. Investigating a domestic i s n t considered dangerous work, not like chasing a bank robber or trailing a drug pusher. Yet, FBI statistics show that 22 per cent of all police fatalities in the United States come from that humdrum job of investigating problems between man and wife, parents and offspring. That's how Patrolman Don McNeil of tire New York po- lice department came to get a bullet hole in his new leather UteeWhimsy /wash /oUrfa�e' id! r^iyovh V-y \ >u get-\ freezes. [John & E!i7dbeih Emsrsort receive the art foi their Wee Whimsy. Send yours to this paper. jacket one night recently. One minute he was investigating a fight between a father and a son in the an upper West Side apartment. The next minute there was the hole in his jacket-and in McNeil's right chest. "At least with a robbery, you're prepared," the 44-year-old patrolman said later as he rested in hospital. 'You walk into somebodys houseman, you don't know what you're in for." TOOK EVASIVE ACTION McNeil and his partner had responded to a complaint from an 80-year-old man that he had bean assaulted by his son. The father met them in the lobby and led them to his apartment. As McNeil entered he saw the son pull a gun. McNeil stepped to the left, as policemen are trained to do when someone is about to shoot them, the theory being that most gunmen are inexperienced and right-handed and their hand jerks to the left. The bullet hit McNeil in the right chest. The son now is awaiting trial. The New York police department in recent years has recognized that 80 per cent of its calls involve non-crime situations, such as domestic calls. It has patterned training around this fact. Using federal funds the department established several years ago a specially-trained family-crisis unit in one of its precincts. In the 21 months that it operated a remarkable thing happened. There were no killings among the 962 families calling for help and no policeman was injured. The experiment ended and the unit was disbanded but its methods have been included in police-training manuals. Sex-switch patients taught mannerisms STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -Patients learn how to set their hair and sit and walk like members of the opposite sex as part of a sex-change program at Stanford University Medical Centre. "Rehabilitation is the main focus of the program," program co-ordinator Pat Gandy said here. "Sursery may or may not be part of an individual's rehabilitative program. "However, if we're going to do this surgery, we want the individual to be able to fit the social norms, to fit into society as normal males or females." Since Stanford, began performing sex-change operations in 1387, about 500 candidates have approached the hospital but only about 10 per cent ac-t u a 11 y underwent surgery, Gandy said. Potential candidates undergo extensive physical and mental testing and are evaluated by a team of doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists and former patients, Gandy 'said. He said the evaluators look for motivation and physical resemblance to the opposite sex. They must be physically capable of undergoing the surgery and must have no history of psychosis. "For the 10 per cent who have surgery, it is not done for at least 12 months, when we feel comfortable and the patient feels comfortable with the decision," Gandy said in an interview. "People who would not be candidates may enjoy the role of the opposite sex but don't necessarily desire the surgical change." During the year's wait, patients receive comprehensive counselling as well as hormone treatment, he said. Before and after surgery, they remain in an extensive rehabilitation program which includes a social and physical grooming clinic. "We want the individuals who come to our program to be able to blend into the public," Gandy said. "They learn how to walk, sit and handle themselves like the opposite sex." He said professional models conduct grooming sessions, which cover hand movements, dressing and general body carriage. "In general, among the former patients that have been interviewed, they are probably functioning about 50 per cent better than prior to surgery," Gandy said. "There is an overall improvement in economic status, self satisfaction and relationship with others." ^4 calendt oj^ local appmlnys The Associates of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysists Wives will hold an informal potluck supper Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Assumption church hail, 2405 12 Ave. S., for members and husbands. Dancing and cards will follow. * * * The beginners' square dance group will dance Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Dr. Ham-man School in Taber. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. This is being held in conjunction with the recreation department. * * � Christian Science testimony meeting will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 - 4bh Ave. S. Everyone welcome. * * * The Westerners' Orchestra will play for the Hi Neighbor club tonight at Westminster School. Old time and modern dancing. Everyone welcome. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Don't you sometimes wonder how that mirror hold* up under the punishment?" CHOW MEIN SUPPER and BAZAAR SATURDAY MARCH 3 4-7 P.M. HONPA BUDDHIST CHURCH 3611 FORESTRY AVE. $1.75 per plate The Canadian Family Store 25,000 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE PANTS CHAIN-WIDE SALE 318 6th Street booth, Phone 32b-6�66 Be a Hog - - - Buy a bunch! at a price you can afford First Quality G.W.G*... his.... and others # styles for men and young men by Canada's top makers 6 ribless and pinwale cords # navy dertims, brushed denims # flares, semi-flares, boot jeans O solids and patterns Q sizes 28 to 36 in group Sale: Thurs., Fri., Sat. At All Our Stores! Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. Nights' Mfg, sugg. list was to $12 OUR UNBEATABLE PRICE $ for (or one pair for 3.99 who wants only one). Use Your Chargex! ;