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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Calendars PLEASE NOTE: All club calendars, notices of meetings, and S9 on, which include iiuMvlduals' names, must Include a first name or two Initials. Notices which do not meet these requirements will not be published. The Minus One Club will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the home of Darlene Gallimore, 1606 20th St. S. to finalize arrangements for the provincial convention in April. *   The Gait School of Nursing Alumni Association will hold an annual supper and general meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the cafeteria at the Municipal Hospital. *. *  The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta Wives Viri 1 meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Jan Okamura, 2406 18th Ave. S. Phyllis Slovack will give a talk and display handicrafts. *  * Southminster Circle Square-Dance Club will hold the regular dance at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Southminster Hall. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. All square dancers welcome. Friday. January 18,1974 - THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -17 WeeWhimsy istk Jou b. Uaku win be sent the original art for his quote. Send your child's quotation to this paper, Just hitting a few balls Bill Chudobiak, 1207 6th Ave. N. takes his golf lessons seriously under the instruction of Earl Francis at the YMCA. Mixed classes are held every Wednesday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 to 10 a.m. Find Your Feet aids leaf protein project SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. LONDON (CP) - A full-scale trial of leaf protein as an addition to human diet is being launched this year at Coimbatore in south India. Extraction of leaf protein has been pioneered in Britain, where Norman Pirie of the Agricultural Research Council has developed a machine that can treat three tons of foliage an hour and produce 200 pounds of concentrate containing 60 to 70 per cent pure protein. FOR SALE Greeting Card Display Raclcs EACH $20 Can B* Saan At ZELLERS COUNTY FAIR Lecaltd in Zailm Shopping Cwilr* on Mayor Magralh Driva The substance, a dark green curd resembling cheese, can be processed to blend with any type of food. It is estimated that it can meet the protein needs of one person for one-fifth of a cent a day. Under the project, 300 children aged 2 to 5 will be divided intd five groups. One will receive half an ounce of the protein daily for two years with continuous checks on the children's development. A second will get the basic food of the region, known to be lacking in calories and protein. The other groups will be given food supplements such as tapioca, sago and skimmed milk. The project, which will cost about ^245,000 is being finaitp-ed by the relief organization Find Your Feet. It follows small-scale trials in India and Africa. MOST CHIN-UPS The late Lillian Leitzel of the United States, set the women's world record for one-handed chin-ups with 27 in 1937. Plain English Fortrel 369 60" wida. Rag. 4.98 yard. Spaclal.....................yard Limited Quantity of FABRICS Claaring at 50% OFF DRAPERY ENDS special 49 and HP Countess Buttons Your cboica par card ..I Balance of Materials In the Store 20% OFF BAKER'S FANHC CENTRE Centre Village Mall Phone 326-4536 Open Thursday and Friday til 9 p.m. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: You have printed several letters from husbands complaining about wives who talk incessantly on the telephone, but so far nothing has appeared from women whose husbands have "black cord fever." Well, here's one - and I can't believe it's your first. My husband sits down at the telephone the minute he comes home from work. He calls his folks, his two sisters and his aunt, just to see how they are. Sometimes he calls his brother in Rome that's Italy, not Georgia. "Then he calls friends and people he barely knows, to ask, "What's up?" This goes on every night of his life. I have to drag him off the phone to get him to eat supper. One night last week he talked on the phone for four hours. I clocked him. There's got to be something wrong with a guy who does that much telephoning. Why is he so chatty? Maybe if I understood it, it wouldn't bug me so much. - The Witness Dear Wit: He's more than "chatty," dear, he's compulsive. Does he ever talk to YOU? That might be a good place to tackle the problem. Dear Ann Landers: Our son married a lovely girl last week. The bride and groom invited about.50 single friends plus ten young married couples to the wedding. (Many did not R.S.V.P.) We invited 80 friends and relatives. The bride's family invited 75. The day was a disaster. Dozens of young people we didn't even know showed up. The bride's mother was a wreck. Some of the "drop-ins" looked unbelievably tacky and behaved as if they had never been around free food before. The buffet was devoured in less than an hour. I saw several "guests" eat four pieces of wedding cake. Of course, there wasn't enough to go around. The bar bill was beyond belief. Our son seemed unconcerned. The bride thought it was "like cool." In' retrospect, what could have been done to avoid such unpleasantness? We have a daughter who will be married next year. Any suggestions? - Appalled Dear A.: A card should be inserted in the invitation envelope saying, "Please present at the door. Invited guests only will be admitted." It's awful to have to do this, but people must pr.otect themselves as best they can. Guests who fail to respond to the R.S.V.P. should be phoned and asked, "Yes or no?" If they are embarrassed because of their slobbishness, so what? They deserve to be. Dear Ann Landers: Tonight my 17-year-old sister was fired. She was a waitress in a cafe and had the job for over a year. I work in the same place and witnessed the reason she was fired. We'd like your opinion as to whether or not it was justified. It was ten minutes before closing and Sally was hurrying with a plate of food. A young man (pretty drunk) popped up from the bar stool and poked Sally in the breast in a teasing way. She squished the plate of food right in his face, "nie boss came running over and fired her on the spot. What do you think? - Sister Dear Sister: I think your sister was startled and lost her balance. After all, a girl does not expect such behavior. Accidents DO happen, and the boss should rehire your sister at once. It's not always easy to recognize love, especially the first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines. Read Ann Landers's booklet, "Love or Sex and How To Tell the Difference." For � copy, mail ast in coin and a long, stamped, self - addressed envelope with your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 33M, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Want to Restore the Beauty to your RUGS? Then RENT the BiSSELL ELECTRO FOAM RUG SHAMPOOER For only par day Rug Shampoo and Complete Instruction Booklet also available at... /co-op\ c 1221 - 2nd Ave. South Phone 329-0017 January Savings Are At Safeway FLOUR Harvest Blossom All Purpose 20 Lb. Paper Bag..... . Cream Corn A sflQo Tasta Talla Canada Choica 14 Fl. Oz. Tin.........RW W Kidney Beans /lo$1-^^ Tasta Talis Light Rad 14 FI.Oz. Tin ...........^ R I Spaghetti AsgQ^ Tasta Tslls In Tomato Sauca 14 Fl. Oz. Tin........^W RW W Pineapple Juice Qs$1-00 { LalaniHawaiianUnswaatanad4SFI.0z.Tin R I Ice Cream $1.39 Snow Star Assortad Flavours 6 Pt. Ctn................ I Plum Jam RQo Empr�M 24 Fl. Oi. Tin................................................. %0 %0 Canned Fruits Qardanalda Canada Standard Paaehaa Halvaa or Slicaa, Bartlan Paar Halvaa, Apricot Halvaa 14 PI. Oz. Tin Ground Coffee Edwards Ragular, Fina or Elac. Pare. Grind Vac PaK..................... & Calce Mixes Mrs. Wrights Assortad Flavoura 19 Oz. Nat Wt. Pkg. 9 $9 Lb. Tin ^ 2189 #B.C. Apples Bulk Maea or Bad Dalleiau Bulk Macs or Rod Dallcious Canada Fancy .... iVIandarins $989 Qanulna Japanasa Orangaa Box Each................. 4l$^.oa 10:89 89 TaxaaRad'sSiza4ra Potatoes Gams or Rods Canada No. 2 Qrada 10 Lb. Bag r PORK LOIN ROAST Govarnmant Inspact-ad Sarva with Appia Sauca. Lb. 99^ Special FRESH PORK CHOPS Family Pak or Rib Govarnmant Inspactad Lb. $2.09 Special SHORT RIBS Canada Grada A Baal Bralsa or Baka with Vagatablas Lb. Special Pricas Elfactiva In Lathbridga Jan. 18-19.1974. Wa'^Rasarva Tha Right To Limit Ouantitias. ;