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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Srduidoy, May 6, 1772 Food-a-rama comes to town Fried apple slicks, and toothsome oniclcls miide from frozen egfis are not yul appearing on Ihc family dinner lalilc, but llicy'rc just a skimpy .sample of Hie tantalizing jjoodics served up lo visitors at Koocl-u- raiiia, the one-day (ravelling rxiiiliilioii of food spon- sored by Scott National Company, a subsidiary of Burns Food. The display was presented to members of lliu food service industry in Southern Alberta restau- rant and coffee shop owners, caterers, representa- tives from institutions and the like. Apple sticks pieces of apple dipped in batter, fried and frozen need only a quick tnrji in Ilio oven or frying pan for rejuvenation. Judging by the visitors' reaction, they look like zooming into popu- larity. The come approximately two dozen to the carton, in liquid form, and make beautiful omelets and scrambled eggs. They're also handy for baking. Other items worth at least a second taste include Ihc filet of sole stuffed with crabmeal and covered in crunchy batter; ready-made strawberry glaze; fancy whipped lopping that doubles as a decoration for cakes and pies when it's squeezed through a tube; a whipped orange drink; and the whole gamut of prepared meats and poultry. Calories calories glorious calorics every- where! K. IJ. Waller Kerber, pholos Two young people Army cadets admit girls TORONTO (CP) Barri 2736 Eoyal Regiment cadet Denby has wanted to be an, corps, is all in favor of girls army cadet since older brotber joining Ibe cadels. Kevin joined the Koynl rtegi- Barri. 13, a Grade 8 student, ment of Canada cadet group like lo learn what Can- two years ago. ada's But Barri is a girl, and until a aie Caught. dull, first am, few days ago, Ihere wasn't any unarmed conioat, map reading, chance she'd realize her ambi- "I wouldn't mind crawling tion. Then governors of the i through mud on manoeuvres." Army Cadet League of Canada I Barri says. "I've been to Ihe voted unanimously lo admit cadet parades and I've seen girls to the group. them demonstrate climbing Kevin Denby, 16, thinks its over and under fences and fine for Barri to long as shooting just sit back "she wouldn't outrank me." and wish I were one of them. Their father, Captain Edward Other teen-age girls aren't so Denby, commanding officer of, sure. fn'p C? L I _ -J _ thljridgc voun? people they will be expected lo take, Q CJ t, I S ,__, Jim Scxsmith, first year univcr- CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Blackout Bingo played For till won every Saturday plus Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for 51.00 or 25c each (totaled Nexl !o No. 1 Firehall) TEACHER OF SPEECH ARTS Cherie L, Baunton, L.T.C.L. GROUP OR PRIVATE TUITION Commencing September, 1972 FOR INFORMATION PLEASE PHONE 328-6034 Two Lethbridgc young people they will be expected lo take will be part of an exchange pro-1 part in a study program, gram between YMCA organiza- i A choice of four subjects has lions in Canada and Britain this been given to them the Brit- summer. educational system, the na- Josephine Shardlow, YMCA ]lcaiu, service, govern- desk attendant and swimming mell[ politics in Brilain and for four years, and socjai v.-clfare in Britain. Josephine said she "vill be taking the social services pro- gram." while Jim, a physical education and ps> chology ma- jor, will lake part in the edu- cation program. Josephine and Jim were the j I only whose names were Slibmillcd by a Y organization in the province, and were ac- ccpled by the developers of the I project. They are scheduled to leave for Britain on May 1-1 and will return on June 4. All accom- modation, meals ;md transpor- lation will be paid for by that j country, and the Canadian j ernment will pay travel ex- I penses to Ottawa, orientation i sessions there, and travel to and from Brilain. Virginia Ilcid, program direc- tor li the YMCA, said Ihe two Alberta representatives are ex- pected lo supply S100 toward the trip. She added that on their re- turn, it is hoped "interest groups can be arranged in the I Y for lalks and sharing expcrl- j ences." "We Ihink this type of pro- gram opens up a alley for I the she said, "and shows Lethbridge is interested and; ana out of iown, DEAR ANN LANDERS: You often have pointers in your column on how to be a belter husband, mother-in-law, neighbor, or friend. 1 have never seen any helpful bints on how to be a be'ter boss. I've never been a boss, but I have been a secretary for J8 years and I'd like to make a few suggestions. (11 It costs nothing to say "good morning" when you come in and "good evening" when you leave. Just acknowledg- ing your secretary's existence will help her feel she is some- thing more than a walking typewriter. (2) When your secretary tells you she cannot read your handwriting, try not to make any cracks about her eyesight. Next lime she might not ask what you meant. vShc'Jl just put it down the way it looks and you'll be sorry. Ci) You married your wife, your secretary didn't marry her. It's a wife's duty lo shop for family gifts, mite parly invitations and thank-you notes. Ml If your secretary makes a mistake, wait until you can inform her privately. Don't correct or castigate her in the presence of other executives or worse yet. in tront of oilier .secret arics. A good boss is also a gentleman. Sign Chicago DEAK CHI: Here's your letter. As a boss who employs 11 secretaries I took a good, hard look at your suggestions and I see one I might learn from. Thank you. V DEAR ANN LANDERS: T am writing in response to Wife Number Two who objected to her husband's children removing their deceased mother's fine china, silver and paintings from their father's home. I am a woman who has collected some exquisite objects of art through the years and when I am gone I want my daughter not a second wife to enjoy them. 1 can't im- agine my husband marrying a woman who did not have some nice things of her own to [ill the empty spaces and cover the holes in the wall where my lovely paintings once hung. I have instructed my daughter lo remove my treasures immediately after my death and take them to her home. It is my wish that she enjoy them and pass them on to her chil- dren. I hope other mothers will do the Ahead In Racine DEAR LOOKING: "Instructions'' won't hold up in court if there is a dispute. What is needed is a will. Call a lawver and make it legal. Please send inquiries and [o Landers Render- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Chicago, 111. 60011. Modelling current fashions at t h c senior citizens fashion show, Golden Reflections, cour- tesy of the T. Eaton Company, will be Mrs. Tom Graham, Mrs. L. T. Allen, Mrs. Dorothy Andeiscn, Mrs. A. G. Holmes, Mrs. 11. A. Walter and Mrs. Charlotte Hughes. The show will be presented Sunday at p.m. in the Yates Memo- rial Centre. The Ladies' Auxiliary to Hie Army, Navy and Air Force Unit 58 recently held a very success- ful May lea. Poiirers at. the event were Sarah Jarvie and Elfie MacAulay. The organizers of the four barbecues held for Grade 3 stu- dents at Fleehvood Bawden School, wish to thank the peo- ple who donated items and the people who helped them make it a In all, SO pounds of wieners, If! dozen hot dog buns, 20 cases of pop, and 2'10 ice creams, plus a huge supply of cookies and squares were consumed. The general convenor of the country club tea and fashion show lo be held on Friday, June 5. is Jilre. Fred King. airs. Jolm Hunt is in charge of fashions, wigs and cosmetics. Everyone welcome. The Ixjthbridge Municipal Hospital will hold ils annual I hospital day lea on Friday from p.m. in Ihe au- ditorium of the nurses' resi- dence. The Women's Auxiliary will feature a bake sale and cake fair; a project table will he on display. General com enor for Ihe day will be Mrs. D. G. Suther- land. Receiving guests will be Mrs. A. Andrtachiik, Mrs. L. Halt, Mrs. F. Russell, Mrs. Sterling Smith; Accepting pouring honors are Mrs Rodney Draffm, Mrs. Anne Gray, Mrs. H. Davids. Mrs. Eva Maclean; Mrs. D. J. Schindelcr, Mrs. W. P. Skeleton, Mrs. J. S. Stew- art tnd J. B. Stiflwell. Serving guests will be Mrs. !J. Banficld, Mrs. J. S. Clarke, Mrs. H. B. Hunt, Mrs. G. Draf- [fin: Mrs. J. T. Henderson, Mrs. A. C. Hinds: Mrs. K. Lemagh, Mrs. M. Nash; Mrs. W. A. Nelson, Mrs. G. H. Oliver. Miss G. Price, Mrs. F. Tunbridge and Mrs. M. B. Wilkinson. Tlie public is welcome to at- tend. i BUSINESSMAN DIES ELMJRA, N.Y. (AP) Ward LaFrance, 87, founder of a company that manufactures j fire trucks, died in hospital Wednesday. He founded (he j Ward LaFrance Trucks Corp. in i Elmira in 1918. The company j first made heavy trucks and in i 1330 switched lo the production of fire engines. He sold his in- terest in the company in 1945. f.'t f. Ift !t. li f, fi A real doll liouse VJCTCr.IA (CD The house ,'.V.''> ;it lli2" lrome lo 9li2-Allaii and Amara Heard and Ilieir 800 dolls. Alxnil 2jO dolls in liicir oollerlion were made by the Ileards. wlio admit Ihey'rc so "hooked" Ihcy can'l slop turninc Ihcm nut. "1 .some- Limes get visions of I lie uhnlo lot coming alive one nighi. going berserk and kicking us HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Scilvotion Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 3282860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. Childhood Is Special Picture if now in nnlurnl color. JASON-rJ monlrn AND MflS. ll.v, CAIGAPT JIM SICXS.MITII willing to lake part In Inlorna- Unnal and rinUoual things." Cimlaei is a fof- lou-up program lo Cimlaei Can- ada was sponsored by Ihc Canadian lasl year. YOI M; I1AMIITS ItUCNOK AIRES iAP) A told rob- bers IIIT wilh a re- volver, an armload of s and The unman csli- malcd (lie gunmen were 10 and 1'2 years old bill wasn't snro wliclhrr llu1 thrv bran- di.shed genuine. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Avo. A nnd 13tli St. N. Every Saturday Might at 8 p.m. 5 Card] lor 1.00 or Each Twrlve 7 Number Gomel JACKPOT Froo Gamps onfl CarHj DOOK PRI7E Gold pny double monoy Children under 16 not allowed LETHBRIDGE D3ddlld over Weight Watchers program! SCIENTIFICALLY ADVANCED! NUTRITIONALLY SOUND! .1-IN-1 BONUS PROGRAM! ST- AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH lllh Street And 4lti Avenue S. mill Until I p.m. and p m. lilJIN NUWI CARDSTOH UNITED CHURCH uuiu uuni p.m. TA11CO CIVIC CENTRE Thund.iyi p.m. WATCHERS. >v PARKS1DE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE 12 INGLIS WASHERS PLUS 25-LB. WASHER 6 INGLIS DRYERS QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD PHONE 3270811 ;