Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
iVmqr Quickie diet outlined for the reducer Photo by Bryan Wilson. HAVE SKIS WANT TO TRAVEL Marlene Cookshow wails patiently, wifh n rap- idly freezing thumb, for a lift 1o one of the Southern Alberla or Southeastern British Columbia ski resorts. This mode of (ravel Is often employed by young skiers who ore too broke for a car of their own, but too hooked on skiing to stay at home. In the midst of all the holi- day festivities, there has been eating and drinking in the un- stinting spirit of the season. Consequently, the calories have literally piled up. Before the party season's over, some are confronted with the teii- tale tightened waistband the clingy party dress that's become a bit too the super- snugged sweater. But don't panic. To shed those extra pounds swiftly and start "72 in great sliape try the quick-slimming plan recommended by Miss Mala Rubinstein. I've a very effective 3-day diet, which I often Mow my- self, to undo all the signs of says Miss Rubin- stein. "It's low in calories but high in protein, vitamins and minerals. So you'll be gaining energy and 'go-power' while You're losing that excess poundage. The ground rules for the diet are simple and sensible. The ist of ao-no's includes all fried foods, fatty meats, pastries, rich dessert', create and sugar. (Alcoholic beverage are also >anned from the 3-day scheme of On the "yes" side are lean meats, fish, non-fat dairy products, leafy green and yellow vegetables, fresh fruits. Plan your May menu in ad- And resist super-mar- :et temptations buy only what's on your shopping list. Jse a minimum of salt in cook- ing, none at the table. Drink plenty of water between meals none with. Limit between- meal nibbling to a raw carrot celery stick; otherwise, just tay away from the parity or efrigerator. (The out-of-sight, out-of-mind theory works min- ers when you're And et more exercise! Your "daily a brisk walk, an action S-T-R-E-T-C-H AND SEW FABRICS ENROLL NOW FOR JANUARY CLASSES Morning, otttrneon ond tvtninp claun available Call now at 328-7843 Stretch and Stw Fabrics offers you an exciting new concept in tewing a quick and wiy way 10 create your own fain, loni economically. BASIC I wkt.) LINGERIE MEN'S PANTS (J NEW IDEAS (3 wki.) MEN'S SHIRT and TIE (I MEN'S CASUAL JACKET 10% OFF ALL FABRICS In The Store S-T-R-E-T-C-H AND SEW FABRICS 471 Holiday Village (Formtrly Shcpptri' Werld) Look for the right blender WINNIPEG (CP) The blender is an economical, ver- s a t i 1 e but misunderstood kitchen appliance, says Susan Gadd, consumer infonr'-tion specialist with the Manitoba department of agriculture. It can blend, chop, shred, puree, crumb, mix or liquify foods. Bui to choose a blender that works and can do all these things is no easy task Miss Gadd reconrjnends comparative shopping u-hen looking for a blender. They come in many styles and it's necessary to know something about the different types. Blenders come in a variety of speed selections, from two up. The more elaborate the speed combination, the more expensive the blender. Generally five speeds, along with some experiment and practice, will make it possible for a housewife to do all the things of which a blender if capable. The first thing to consider when shopping for a blender, Miss Gadd says, is the male- rial froro which it is made. Glass is the most heat-re- sistant and probably the most sanitary. It can be washed in a dishwasher but will break and is often heavy to handle. Plastic is light but becomes scratched with use. Metal is durable and will not crack or break but does not allow a person to see the blending ac- tion. The handle on the container should be sturdy because the blender jar is often heavy when full. A pouring spout is useful for dealing with liquids. The blender cover should be close-fitting to prevent leaking or spillage. A removable cen- tral portion on the lid lets one add during the blending ac- tion. The container and blades must complement one an- other. Containers with a wide base and tiny blades cannot chop cabbage and those with a narrow bottom will do a good job with food near the blades but not at the top. "Generally, the best blen- ders are the ones with the base at least as wide as Uie top part of the jar and with blades that extend right to the walls." If the base (an be removed it will nuke cleaning easier. Miss Gadd says and central mounting arc impor- tant because i low centre of gravity and B heavy base on rubber feet will help keep the blender steady. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. QUICK........ THRIFr BULK......... COIN-OPERATED BY THE POUND DRY CLEANING 40' Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-5333 UKRANIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH Public Bingo Cancelled THIS WEEK ONLY Nexf Bingo Tuesday, January 1? I.A. TO F.O.E, BINGO Monday, Jan. 3rd JACKPOT SI65 -iBNOS. "10 ALARM BINGO" Geld Card Pay Diubli Deer Prlii-Free Cardl (Many elhtr ntral) Regular Cordi 35e or i for 13th St. and clh Avi, 'A' N. chlMrtn under 16 allowed ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 BINGO COR. Sth AVE. end 6fh ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, JAN. 4th 8 p.m. First 12 Comet First Curd Others 2Sc each 1st No. Jackpot (increases weekly) 2nd No. Jackpot (Increases weekly) Extra 5 Games Cards 2Se ea. or S for _________Blackout 5100 In 41 Numbers All regular games pay double It won In 7 not. or leu MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS sport if possible, will take your mind off your circulation and help firm and tone >our figure. As advis- able for all diets check with your doctor to be sure that this food program is permissable for you The first diet-day calls for liquids only: 8 a.m. grapefruit juice 11 a.m. tomato juice or vegetable juice 1 p.m. 1 cup herbal bouil- lon or clear vegetable broth 3 p.m. fruit juice (grape- fruit, orange, era nberrv or apple) 5 p.m. 1 cup herbal bouil- lon or clear vegetable broth 9 p.m. 1 glass of skim milk or buttermilk For the next 2 days (or the balance of the week, if you On arising Large glass of hot water with juice of lemon Breakfast Grapefruit juico 1 cup plain yogurt mixed with 3 tbspns. wheaf germ Black coffee or tea OR Half grapefruit-Black cofftc or tea green salad or raw vegetable salad with lem- on juice (no oil) OR Tomato stuffed with cottage cheese OR Lean broiled hamburger roll) Tomato slices and lettuce (with lemon dressing, only) Dinner Broiled lean inest (lamb chop, small steak or liver) or fish Two vegetables "an natural" (no butter, sauce, bread- crumbs, etc.) Small lettuce and tomatn. grated raw carrot or cucumber salad Fresh fruit Bedtime Glass of skim milk or buttermilk "Will-power says Miss Rubinstein who views self-diciplinc as an important prerequisite of beauty. "Simply make up your mind that you're going to stick to your 3-day regimen and then do To aid you in the doing, she saj's; "Don't talk about your diet. Don't think about rich foods. Don't look at a menu, if dining out it can be ntad- dening! Do keep in mind the. prettier figure you'll have GETS IN AIR GREENWOOD, N.S. (CP) Each of the nearly air ca- dets attending a camp here has had a turn in one of the two Schweizer 2-22E two-sealer glid- ers at the Canadian Forces base. Dual controls enable the cadet to try his hand at piloting Ibe machine during Free-flight lour of the base and surround- ing country. BINGO RAINBOW HALL M0' N TUESDAY, JANUARY 4th at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 53 Noi., 2nd Jackpot in 55 Not. Free Cordt-Carde and Camel, 25t per Card, 5 Cardi SI.OC 3 Free Camel Door Prize No Cfiildrtn Under rean Sponsored By A.U.U-C. Association Monday, January 3, 1972 THE lETHIftfDGf "MAIB 13 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I gef a new calendar now arri then for the reason vou buy a new hat now and tnen." (_-aLena a.r Ladies of the Old Timers Pemmican Club will hold their regular meeting Wednesday ill p.m. in the club rooms at 9 St. and 5 Ave. S. M e m b e r s of the Ladies Orange Lodge will meet Tues- day at p.m. in the Cana- dian Natural Gas Company au- ditorium. Hostessis will b2 tlrs. A. Ryan and Mrs F. 3ennington, St. Patrick's CWL will hold ts regular meeting at 0 p.m. on Wednesday in the rectory meeting room. Following the meeting, Mrs. Howie Puckett rom the Lethbridge Family service will speak on the home services program. Ev- eryone welcome. Lelhbridge Chapter Certified Nursing Aide regular meeting will be held at p.m. on Tuesday in the auxiliary hos- pital lounge. All CNA's are re- quested to attend as your sup- port is heeded. COOKED YIELD A 2U- to 314-pound chicken yields .approximately 2Vi to 3'i cups of cooked meat 01. roughly, one cup cooked [or each pound raw. 7 WOMEN NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR H Medical Receptionist 0 Dental Receptionist 9 Practical Nursing This is o home study course which can be com. pleted in 16 weeks. High School Diploma nol necessary to qualify. Training need r.ol inlerfere with present employment. Out of town enquiries welcome. ESTABLISHED SINCE 1963 WRITE GIVING PHONE NUMBED TO CAREER TRAINING LTD. NO. 3 113 16 AVENUE N.W., CALGARY, ALTA. "Registered under !he Alberla School Regulaiioni Ad" JANUARY DRESSES DRESSES DRESSES Daytime Vsoff By unior Imparts OFF LEATHER COATS 25% OFF ski Jackets Clearing at Off SLACKS BLOUSES BLAZERS SKIRTS Pant Suits Clearing at tO Off Vs OFF Housecoats and Jumpsuits tO Off McFARLAND BLDO. 4th AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE OPEN THUDS. AND FRI. UNTIL P.M.