Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wedntiday, May 2, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 29 the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON than cases of poisoning are reported in Canada each year. Over a. third of these are caused by household products, and chil- dren under four years of age are the main victims. This is Child Safety Week good time to remind you to stop and read the labels on household products. Haz- ardous products like bleaches, cleansers and floor polishes usually come with labels car- rying danger warnings these days. Before you buy. check the label for the main chemical in the product that eouJd cause harm, and the accom- panying first aid treatment. Should the worst happen. keep the container with you when you go Cor help, so the doctor knows what caused the problem. Above all, don't store these products under the kitchen sink or within easy reach of children. A study recently presented to the Alberta Teachers' As- sociation claims that the more administrative responsibility attached to a position in the school system, the less prob- ability it is held by a wo- man. In an effort to determine "whether discrimination play- ed a part in the selection of administrators, questionnaires were sent to each school su- perintendent in the province. An analysis of the respons- es showed only that well- qualified women appear re- luctant to apply for admin- islrative positions. Toe study suggests this hesitancy could ba a result of the generally-accepted social concept of the female role. >r. Snaeking is the accepted way of life fcr many of us. and scientists are beginning to bow before the storm. They're starting to combine their mighty intellects to add WeeWhimsv nu.tiition to our goodies. Right now they're working on isolating the protein from cheese whey and adding it to soda pop in an effort to make it nutritious and refreshing without increasing cost or lowering taste appeal. The day may soon come when kids are nagged into drinking pop so they can grow up big and strong. Household Finance Corp. has released a revised edition of Your Savings and Invest- ment Dollar, which is not nearly as intimidating as it sounds. Anyone, any age, but espe- cially newiyweds and about- to-bes, will find it a fairly Jucid. easy-to-understand ex- planation on how to invest in yourself, with durable goods as well as income-producing assets. Information on sayings institutions, pensions and re- tirement plans is also pro- vided. It's wel1 worth the 25 cents they ask you to enclose along with your name and address and send to Money Manage- ment Institute. Household Finance Corp. of Canada. 85 Bloor St. E., Toronto 5, Ont. Stuffed peppers are gain- ing popularity, and this reci- pe makes either a great one- dish meal, or goes well with barbecued chicken or sliced cold turkey. Stuffed Peppers 4 medium green peppers salted water 1 pkg. (7 oz. i chicken fla- vored stuffing mix '2 pound bulk sw usage 1 can (8 oz.i whole ker- nei corn, drained 1 cup grated cheddar cheese. Halve peppers lengthwise, discarding stems and seeds! Parboil in boiling, salted wa- ter eight to 10 minutes. Drain and place in shallow baking dish with inch water. Prepare stuffing mix as di- rected on package. Saute sausage until brown, pouring off fat. Add sausage and com to stuffing, aod spoon ir.io green pepper halves. Bake at degrees for 30 minutes, top with eiieese and bake 10 minutes longer or until cheese is melted. Makes four cups stuffing mixture or eight servings. More Family page 24 Sivijigitig time The first rays of sunshine after the recent dismal weather brought out the swing fever. A great way to get higher than usual is by opiing for a stand-up position as Colleen Bradley, age 10, demonstrates. Standing seems to require balance and a sense of adventure, but most of all c strong hold on the support chains. A f- ft r in -Si Lalendar oLocat i tppeninai An Art Show for all city eie-; St. Michael's Hospital are in- meniary schools will be held at vited to a coffee party to be Fleetwood-Bawden School, 9th 1 held in the nurses' residence Ave. and 12th St. S. on Sunday on May S from 10 to a.m. from 2 to 4 p.m. There will also i be a demonstration of clay, j The Fort Macleod Old Time batik, painting, etc. No j Dance Club will hold an old charge. j fashioned ball Friday at 9 p.m. There will be a dance held in j at the Elks' Hall. Grand march the Eagles Hall Friday at 9 at 10 p.m. Lunch served at mid- p.m. with the Phi! Lethbridge j night. Children admitted free if orchestra in attendance. Every- accompanied by parents. Ev- one welcome. eryone welcome. Hamilton Junior High School talent night scheduled for this evening, has been pos'poned until May 9. There will be a Christian Sci- ence testimony meeting to- night at in the church auditorium. 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. All former and present mem- bers of the Ladies Auxiliary to The Ex-RCAF Women's Div- ision wish to contact any mem- bers who might be interested in attending the June 1 reunion in Toronto as a group, for trav- el purposes. Interest persons are asked to call 327-1617. JK The First United Church j Women will hold their execu- jtive meeting Thursday at in the ladies parlor. A good attendance is requested. CHOW ME1N SUPPER LETKBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHUR-CH 1303 13th Street North Sunday, May 6th from to p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME! Former test pilot turns saleswoman PARIS fReuterl In her younger days, she washed gracefully through the sound barrier and became the world's fastest woman flier. giant Paris International Air Show, opening at Le Bourget in May. The show is the world's biggest shop window for sophisticated weaponry The only woman test pilot ir, i and aircraft from IS coun- F ranee, they called her "Jackie Today at 55. Jacqueline Au- riol is the French aircraft in- dustry's super-saleswoman. Now she smashes through the world's market in aggressive export too. At present she is busy help- ing in the organization of the WEST INDIAN BAKED CHICKEN 3 IB chicken paprika IBs. (8 or 9) med. size onions salt and pepper to taste oil or fat for Browning Cut chicken in quarters. Rinse and wipe dry. Sprinkle skin liberally with pap- rika. Season with salt and pepper or seasoned salt and pepper. Place skin up in shallow layer of hot fat, cook over moderate heat until lightly Browned. Turn skir> down and cook until golden. Meanwhile peel and slice onions. Place in 4 mounds on Bottom of creased pan or casserole. Place Browned chicken on top of onions skin side up. Cover pan closely with lid or aluminum foil and Bake at 375 until tender (wings and legs move very about hours. For baking, potatoes and a pudding can go into oven at same time. Send us your favorite chicken roript and wn will mnd yau boob-full of Alberta Broiler Mwkntinfl Bourd P.O. BOX 3135 STN. A EDMONTON tries, including the United States and the Soviet Union. Jacqueline Auriol became famous during the early '50s for her duel in the skies with American Jacqueline Cochran 15-year fight that ended with Jackie Jet capturing the world speed, tilJe in a delta- winged Mirage 111 fighter in June. I96H. The petite, auburn-haired French test pilot has since scurried round the world on numerous missions, the suc- cess of which has helped to make France the world's No. .1 arms exporter. HURT IN CRASH Jacqueline A u r i o 1 's well- sculpted nose is American, skilfully constructed piece by piece in New from the bone bank of Man- hattan Hospital, after a terri- ble air crash into the Seine .River in 1949. But her warm smile is still French, like everything else about Jacqueline. Most of her former beauty she left on operating tables during 32 separate plastic sur- gery operations which dragged on for three years. Her grace loday comas from a quiet dedication, an intens- ity and a devotion to flying and her family. At the age of 30, Jacqueline Auriol was a qualified test pilot and also the daughter- in-law of France's first post- war president. She gave up a dazzling so- cial life to concentrate on flying after she learned to fiy for fun in 1947. Up to a few years ago. at, the Centre Dessais en Vol (flight test centre) in Bre- tigny. near Paris, she was the only woman test pilot and on the field she is known simply as Auriol. Her fellow-workers see nothing incongruous in ''Au- dressed in greasy white overalls, repairing a defective undercarriage. Nor does she. TEMPORARY LOCATION 1315 9th AVENUE SOUTH Store Hours Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. 4 r GREEN OIANT 12 01. tins Tf for J09 NESTLES ..............................................32 oz. bonus pak 1 ,89 CORN NIBLETS QUIK LAUNDRY DETERGENT SUNLIGHT KING SIZE WESTERN FAMILY 3 lb. pkg. 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