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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE lETrlBRIDGE HERAIO Tliurldny, Juni 13, 1972 _.------------------------------------.-------------- Unitarian Service Committee Korean assistance program The Unitarian Service Com- mittee of Canada recently marked 20 years of service in Korea. One of the many new pro- jects which have, been initiated in the country through their as- sistance programs, is the USC Social Teams. These four teams consist of 18 indigenously trained Korean social workers who operate from four geographic locations: reminiscing about, your child- hoods. AVON HAS SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS 17 PRODUCTS ALL AT PRICE Phone your Avon lady or phone 328-7424 Seoul, Inchon, Mokpo and rural Echon. Included in the assistance is a field of specialization: child care, family welfare, group work and vocational training for the young, job placement, leaderslup development, family planning, food for work pri- jecls, and many others. Medical aid has been given many times to the people of Korea, and a special project was the establishment of the Sam Yook Disabled Children's Home, which was begun with USC backing. A hospital for tubercular children was another pilot pro- ject in which the' USC played a decisive role. Along with medical aid, Iho USC provides Canadian'barley, Canadian milk, clothing, quilts and blankets, cash aid and counselling services for com- plete rehabilitation. In addition, 19 books have teen published by the USC as textbooks which serve as guides to solving .the socjal problems which are bcsciging the developing nation. Further information on the work of the USC may be ob- tained by writing to the Uni- tarian Service Committee, 58 Sparks Street, Ottawa. Renowned painter barred by museum NEW YORK (R cuter) When Alma Thomas was a little girl she was forbiden entry to museums because she is a Negro. Now, at the age of 77, she is one of the top abstract-artists in the United States, and her works hang in leading museums and galleries. "My, times have Miss Thomas says. The Museum here has honored her with a solo exhibition of her col- orful works. "Just look at me she added with a twinkle. In the last 10 years, Mis Thomas has received high criti- cal acclaim and has had about 70 solo and group showings of her lively pictures. She has come a long way from her racially segregated childhood In the Deep South. 'Who would have ever dreamed that somebody like me 24th ANNIVERSARY GOLD BIRTK5TONE RINGS Reg. 12.95. Now Sandy's Jewellery WHAT'S IN STORE by Lois McLean Davis Since June is Dairy PcocJucts Month, i.'i Iris Eogical time 1o Interview Little Miss Muffet. "Tell me. Miss M-, fust what were you noting, os you so, on your tuffst, before thar nasfy spider come along and disturbed ''Well, that was a long time ago, bul I clearly remem- ber the bowl contained rurds and whey." "Curds and "You see, when milk sours, the protein forms into lumps cr 'curds'. Thai's cottage cheese. The remaining Ifquid is 'whey'. So, 1 was etilmcj my 'curds end whey'." "So, when 1 serve scuops of cottage cheese (mixed wild salad dressing end garnished with radish slices) it's a return to Tuffetsville, Isn't "Well no. Et isn't the same. The cottage cheese you buy has been thoroughly drained. Thai's what is meant by the WHEY'." ALONG THE MILKY WAY Past Ihe co f I age cheese, butter and margarine in the 1-MarT Dairy Case are cartons of that most versatile pro- cream. Baked potatoes never had it so good as when (mothered wflh a glop of sour cream, ll's afso the base for some of the best dips. Perhaps one of the simplest is a combination of lour cream ond Lfpton's OnTon Soup Mix. Tho next star In this galaxy of good foods is whipping cream. AFthough many luscious toppings, some of them Jow- cal provfde good stand-ins, star-like there is one role in whFch whipping cream can't be -substi luted. Lea pin' Lepra- chouns, Sham rocky Shorn cream provfdes the only fluffy crown for Irish Coffee. BRIDE IDEAS FOR JUNE The recipes to follow differ In one respect. While trie Crumb Cake recipe is at least 50 years old, muffin recipe is a recent addition (to my file, Both ere tasty. Both contain buttermilk, CRUMB CAKE 2 cupj flour 1 cup sugar cup butter Rub these ingredients to crumbs. Save out !i cup of crumbs. Add: 1 cup buttermilk 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 eggs 1 cup raisins 1 cup currants 1 cup chopped walnuts Vy cup peel Pour the blended bolter into hvo greosed loaf tins. Sprinkle the cup of crumbs on top. Bake in a 350-375 oven For 45 minutes or unlil inserted toolhprclc comes out clean ond dry. The advantages of having a belch of this mix in your 'fridge are many. The healthful muffins are ever so good. They con be made in loss time then it takes the oven fo for breakfast. Add 1he raisins, dates or what- ever, nt baking time. REFRIGERATOR BRAN MUFFINS 1 heaping cup shortening 3 cups sugar 4 egg! 2 cups boiling water 2 cups r-Jabisco Bran 4 cups Kotlogg's All Bran 1 quart buttermilk 5 teaspoons T teaspoon salt 5 cups flour Pour boiling water over Eron and let i1 cool Cream shortening and sugar. Add egos. Bcot. Add Nnbisro Bran mixture and buttermilk. Stir in All Bron, soda and loll Fold In flour. Boke at for 15-20 minutes. This batter- keeps In the refrigerator for o-7 weeks. To add to your L-Marl list: Ingredients for above recipes COTTAGi CHEESE SOUR CREAM UPTON'S ONION SOUP MIX CREAM Your suggestions arc invited WRITE TO BOX 54, HERALD would make it la the Whitney in New she said. "I'm a 77-year-old Negro woman, after all, wlio was bom in Columbus, Georgia, "When I was a little girl in Columbus there were things we could do and things we couldn't. One of the things we couldn't do was go to museums, let alone lliink of. hanging our pictures there." Critics have described her ab- stractions as large canvases of thumb-sized irregular brush strokes. She says her paintings are inspired "solely by nature" and color is their most impor- tant component. "A world without color would seem Miss Thomas said. "Color for me is life." She was an art teacher for 36 years until her retriement in i960. Since then she has won widespread recognition for her paintings. A spinster who says she never had a hitsband because she was married to her art, Miss Thomas lives modestly in her Washington home In'a black ghetto and plans to stay there. v calendar of local hat: Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will hold a tea at the home of Mrs. Margaret Schoening, Suile 5, 1802 10th Ave. S., on Friday at 8 p.m. Visiting friends and Hebekahs are wel- come. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles No 2100, will hold a regular month- ly officers' meeting on Thurs- day at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Loretta Wilkie, 1706 J3th St. N. ONLY DISTURBING BERGAMO, Italy (AP) A court ruled that Angela Colom- bi's miniskirt, which caused a traffic tieup, was sensational but not indecent. She was fined for causing a public disturb- ance. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upsiair.i EVERY THURS-8 p.m. AWARD FOR SERVICE Mrs. Margery Constable, left, ond Mrs. Catherine Cran- stoun, vico regent of the Dr. Mewburn OBE Chopler, Imperial Order of Daughters of the Empire, displaying the oward presented lo the Lethbridge IODE by the Canadian Red Crass Society in recognition of 25 years of service fo trie blood clinic. Family planning in Jamaica KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) The radio commercial starts with a ringing telephone. "Hello Hi, what happen? What! Say wltat! You preg- nant? "Well, hear me now Is might as well you never tell me because I can't do nothing 'bout that! Sorry, sister Is your fault Look now, don't bother come to me wid de crying business neither The announcer says: "This conversation is not as unusual as you may think. Some men are just as that man. irresponsible kind of man are you? Family planning is not just for women _These blunt radio spots, along with equally frank newspaper and billboard advertising, tell- ing Jamaican women 'You don't have lo gel are part of an ambitious birlh con- trol program sponsored by the government. The aim is lo lower the present birth rate, 33.4 per thou- sand, to 20 per thousand and keep it there. The extensive program is deemed necessary because of a rapidly increasing population straining the Jamaican econ- omy. Jamaica had people in 1921. By 1564, Ihe population had doubled, and it's nearly three million now. By 2000 the population could reach five million. There aren't enough jobs for everybody. Un- employment is currently around 20 per cent. WE STILL HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF Bedding-Out Plants It's Not Too Late To Plant Dan's Greenhouse Mile E. of Alberta Stockyards Open daily including Sunday 8 a.m. til 9 p.m. Illegitimate births account for 70 per cent of new babies born every year, says Conroy Allison, head of Jamaica's family plan- ning board. But illegitimacy docs not have the stigma here that it does in other countries, because of a tradition of loose family struc- ture that goes back to the days of slavery. So the planning board ignores any moral issues about who vis- its its 154 clinics. Instead it works at distributing contracep- tives and explaining their uses. All contraceptves are free ex- cept for birth control pills. These cost 13 cents for a month's supply, but if a woman cannot afford to pay she gets the pills for nothing. The program appears to bo having some success. Just a few years ago the birth rale was about 40 per thousand. Emigration of significant num- bers of young women lo the United States to work as dom- estics also has been a factor in lowering the birth rate however. Just Jude By JUDE TURIC COMETTMES the fellas just don't play fair; especially when it comes to choosing up teams for a soccer match. Tlie idea of having a rousing type game seemed pretty good to start with, but by the time the girls got to the spectators' dirt mound, the difference had already caught our eye. One side was made up of hulking 200 pound, six foot masses already aged for 22 years; the other, consisted of 140 pound bundles stacked close to five-foot-seven and strug- gling to reach age 1C. In the ensuing match, the girls decided that the odds weren't that uneven. The young ones were belter suited to playing on the as they actually were a soccer team, and seemed to know what they were doing. But as it was, things went mostly in favor of the other half, with the help of a certain member who filled three roles. Ang happened to be a player with the hulks, doubled as referee, and tripled as coach of the hoys team. The little fellas valiantly tried to set up plays that would be in their favor. Yet, for each play they arranged, it managed to fall through. The villain of the match was our friend-p-layer-ref-coach, and as he knew all the plays, he quickly put an effective slop to them by shushing out at strategic moments to cap- ture the ball. Kerluk happened to latch on to Ihc hall after a swift knee-high tackle, and Johnson's grab-the-kid-around-the-waist- to-gel-the-ball tactic worked out fair to middling. As the matter turned out, the hulks won over the and a scheduled re-match has yet to be played. In the interval, the fellas thought up another first in the form of a marathon race. On the appointed day, seven slightly-out-of-shape bodies be- gan the run from the old rivcrbotlom service station, to the top of the hill and the traffic circle, and on to what Dale called home whenever he was there. The whole thing was quite official, complete with cars and observers stationed at strategic spots to keep an eye on things and ensure no illegal rides were taken. By the time the bridge had been reached, a gallant few were still actually running, while others had been reduced to a partial jog, and one had assumed that the end was near for him, and took up his usual casual walk. The observers were almost choking with fits of laughter as the gasping, panting, and cursing entourage made its way up the last of the big hills, forgot to take a tally on the number passing by, and left Leo behind to fight the concrete alone. As it was, the booty for the winner was most appropriate- ly a cool and very wet bottle of champagne which vanished instantly tlirough several sets of parched lips and hoarse vocal cords. Next sports day has been cancelled until such time as leg muscles have relaxed sufficiently ta allow less creaky walking movements. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I appreciate the fact that you're the bread- winner, but what about eggs, and the order goodies of 'ART STUDIO ON FIPTH OVENUS flRTISTIC PICTURE ARTISTS' SUPPLIES ABT GAUERV 710-5 AVE S _ LETHBRIDCE-AITA I Restrictions for unsafe products By ALLAN HARTLEY OTTAWA (CP) A monfh-old boy choked to death on his pacifier somewhere in Canada three months ago be- cause the face plate on the pacifier was too small. The hoy got Ihe plate caught in his mouth, the nip- ple pressed against the back of his throat and he strangled. In 1968, there were 106 ba- bies under 1! months who died from mechanical suffoca- because they put their heads between crib bars that were too close together. They got stuck and died from swallowing their own vomit. An unkown number ot chil- dren have their fingers pinch- ed or mangled in the springs of walker-jumpers every year. The department of con- sumer and corporate affairs has moved to tighten regula- tions on baby furniture and accessories and Jim Black, PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. A. L CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 chief of the hazardous prod- ucts division at (ho depart- ment, said regulations are needed more than ever be- cause the number of children under five is increasing. The denial faculty of the University of Manitoba is studying a collection of paci- fiers and tsething rings, as- sembled by consumer affairs to determine the exact nature of hazards to infants. HAZARD EASILY MISSKI) The Canadian Pediatrics So- ciety is lo mnkc a study o( cribs, playpens and walker- jumpers with an eye to poten- tial hazards in Ihe spacing of bars and projections. Mr. Bfack said the incid- ence of crib deaths is "an un- necessary situation." But the danger from pacifiers and lee- thing rings is less obvious. "It is the sort of Ihing (he average mother wouldn't no- tice when buying something for her Mr. Black said in interview. "She would very likely not stop lo evaluate if the mouthguard was too small her child." He said fluid-filled teething rings present another poten- tial danger since recent tests showed bacteria in the fluid of some. The fluid, usually water or water mixed with glycer- ine, is under pressure and a child would probably swallow it if the ring was punctured. The department bas ordered that in future the fluid he sterilized. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, June 15th Sponiored by Aid of St. and St. Paul'. Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAll CORNER 13lh STREET B AND 7lS AVENUt NORTH Jackpot SfartJ ot and it Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot SI 15 in 53 Number! 5lh 7 No. Jackpot Pot 'o Gold 251 PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 AISO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE under 16 yean not allowed Create Wall Magic In Any Room In Your Home WALLCOVERINGS Hundreds of Patterns in Stock Thousand! of patterns to choose from DRY STRIPPABIE READY PASTED FLOCKS FOILS VINYLS SEE THEM TODAY AT GENERAL PAINT 1005 3rd Ave. S. YOUR "LETHBRIDGE" Phone 328-9221 DECORATING CENTRE ;