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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 23, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 Indian women campaign for better family, rights BOMBAY (CP) The state of Madhya Pradesh in central India has its own version of the women's lib movement. The women of Madhya Pra- desh do not speak of male tyr- anny. They are slill absolutely FLORAL COLORS QUEBEC (CP) Floral themes are expected to inspire the color scheme of many bridal parties this year with brides ei- ther having their attendants wear the color of their favorite flower or trimming the gown with real flowers. Apple blos- soms are destined to be a popu- lar choice for May and June weddings with forget-me-nots, daisies and gardenias featured malnlv in summer weddings. A WINNING PERSONALITY A prizewinner at an Alberta fair donated both her prize money and the two knitted baby jackets for which she won it, to the Unitarian Service Committee. Knitting patterns are available at USC Head- quarters, 56 Sparks Street, Ot- tawa. loyal to their husbands, fathers and brothers. There is not even a hint of revolt in the air. What Ihey want is just this: more schools for girls; cloth, sugar, wheat, vegetable oil and other household articles at cheaper prices; a network of co-operative stores and police action against goondas (street ruffians) who molest women. Recently, hundreds of women paraded the streets of Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and other ci- ties in Madhya Pradesh. They shouted slogans asking the gov- ernment to yield to their de- mands or quit. But that was about the only militant tiling about the women of that slate. After the six hour demon- stration the women returned to their homes to cook and sew. Mrs. Savitri Shukla, 39, one of the participants in the cam- paign, said: "We do not wish to imitate Western women. Even t h e women of Bombay arc not our models. The genius of Indian women consists of moderation. We are not merely campaign- ing for more women's rights but for a better family." THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "The picrure was pretty mild, bur fhe audience should have been rated X." The ultimate in comfort and the next thing to going barefoot. Styles for men, women and children. Open all day Wednesday and Thursday till 9 p.m. GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET SOUTH Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter signed "Mood Indigo" j brought back some heartbreaking memories. I went through the same agony two years ago. When my girlfriend and 1 split up I felt as if the whole world was coming apart at the scams. The emptiness was so big I was sure nothing could fill it. Like "Mood Indigo" 1 wrote to you for advice. You gave me the same routine "Put away the old love letters. Ditch her pictures. Get back into circula- tion. Stop mooning. Don't look back, look ahead." It didn't work. Every time I look out a new girl I found myself maning comparisons. Whenever I'd hear our favorite song I'd get a lump in my throat the size of a tennis ball. Then I noticed a strange thing was happening. The lump kept getting smaller and smaller. I was comparing less and less and making more original appraisals. It wasn't your advice that saved me, Ann, it was lime. Your advice merely kept me from killing myself. You told me that one day I would stop hurting and the world would look good again. You said at the end of your letter, "You'll recover. I promise." And you were right. Thanks for being there when I needed you Getting It All Together DEAR GETTING THERE: Your letter will help those whose lumps are still the size of tennis balls. It's a great source of strength to know tiiat someone who was once in your shoes made it back. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Somewhere there is a young mother who, about two years ago, offered her infant child for adoption. I would like that woman to know that her child is like a gift from God to us. Her beautiful baby has brought immeasurable joy and endless love to a childless couple. A home has become alive with love, laughter, plans for the future thanks to a young person who had the wisdom and courage to give up her precious baby. We feel privileged and honored to have your child in cur family. God bless you, darling. We thank you every day of our lives Happy Grandparents. DEAR. GRANDPARENTS: Here's your letter with no hint lo reveal the origin. Thousands of young mothers may (buifc the letter is intended for (hem. They are sure, tn find comfort in your beautiful expression of love and gratitude. DEAR ANN LANDERS: About a year ago my two teen- age daughters sent away for your booklet on Necking And Petting And Where To Draw The Limits. They said it was a good booklet and they learned a lot from it. But they dis- agreed with your advice that a couple should keep both feet on the floor at all times. They insist that a couple who sets their minds to it can get into plenty of trouble even when both feet are on the floor. We had quite a discussion on this subject and I had to admit they were when it comes to standing close together and kissing good-night. The older girl is 16 now and she has a steady boyfriend. I often find (hem lying on the by side, watching TV. The door to the den is usually wide open and there's al- ways a dim light in the room. When I see them like this I say, half joking, "Remember now Ann Landers says "both feet on the floor." They yell back, "Yeah Old Annie lias a thing or two to learn. Somebody ought lo tell HER the facts of life." I have no answer to that line and I hope you can pro- vide me with one. Will you try? They promised to listen. P.S. What do you think of passion marks? Tiie kids call them hickcys. Also, last week when we came home early from a movie our daughter and her steady were upstairs. We didn't realize he was in the house until they both came down ten minutes later. My daughter said he was in her bedroom looking at her bulletin board. What do you think? Old-Fash- ioned Mother In Little Rock DEAR OLD MOTHER: I think these kids can use all the information they can get, plus a little closer supervision. They sound healthy, normal, eager and ready lo sample all of life's goodies. Continue to keep the lines of communication open between you and your daughters and write again. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALl 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. QUICK THRIFT BULK COIN-OPERATED BY THE POUND DRY CLEANING PER LB. Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 JEAN SIlAlil' IT Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) Kitchen happen lo everyone, usually at the worst possihle times. Frances Hucks says you can avoid most of them hy keeping cool while you cook, reading recipes aiiead of lime and going at things the right way. But for those days when tilings go wrong anyway, she has some suggestions for re- pairing, disguising and clean- ing up messes. Miss Hucks is supervisor of food and nutrition for the On- lario department of agricul- ture, home economics branch. If you have over-salted soup, dilute it with water or milk if the stock is strong enough to stand thinning. If not. cook slices of raw potato in it and throw them away. They will absorb some of the sail" If you have put loo much salt in vegetables and haven't time lo cook more, try dis- guising it with an unseasoned white sauce. HOW TO AVOID LUMPS When you lake grease off soup or gravy, and haven't lime to chill it to solidify the fat, you might find a bulb bas- ter easier to use than a spoon. When the fat coating is shal- low, use paper towels to blot it off. If your gravy has lumps, strain it through a sieve or whip it with a wire whip. You can avoid lumps to start with by shaking the flour and water in a jar before you add them to the gravy, to make sure they're well mixed. Miss Hucks says she doesn't really let lumps worry her. "If you make gravy in the roasting pan and get up the scrapings from the bottom of the pan, you're going to have a few lumps anyway." She says wire whisks are good for any sauce that you don't want lumpy or crusty. "If you're making a white sauce, or anything with milk, they form a bubbly surface and prevent it from scum- ming.'1 Speaking of prevention, if you make your own mayon- naise, you can keep it from curdling by adding oil drop by drop to the egg yolk vinegar base. If it curdles anyway, get an- other egg yolk, beat it slightly and add the curdled mayon- naise gradually to it, heating continuously. As it thickens, it should smooth out again. REMOVING BURNS If you've really goofed, and burned the pots, there are a few things to do to make cleaning them as easy as pos- sible. Boil water and a little deter- gent in them, and scrape off the burned material. Use a wooden spoon for glass or ce- ramic pots and scour with a non-melellic pad. Metal will usually make a black mark on ceramics. If the pots are metal, just follow7 up with sleel wool pads conlaining soap or delergent. You might also boil the water with soda or ammonia or vinegar in it. "Soda and ammonia are al- kalis and vinegar the oppos- ite, but there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to which you use. Once t'.ie food is burned, il doesn't seem to necessaril 'hen goofs matter. Alkali may darken an aluminum pot, so you mighl try vinegar in it. "If you have a darkened aluminum pot, you can clean it with a weak solution of vinegar and water or cream of tartar and water. If you aren't worried aboul where the stain goes, you can cook acid foods such as lost happen or rhubarb in the pot and they'll clean it. "If you have stained enamel or ceramic pots, USB a bleach, et it soak, boil it, then wash and rinse it thoroughly." I Miss Hucks says there arc several hooks available on citchen problems that begin- ners or the accident-prone might find 3S... COinE- 6. foB, a '-OHILE her mother jor a visit. More spccia HALIFAX (CP) needed jobs are becoming extremely changing and Mount Saint Vincent University here is chang-ng its home exonomics course ;o help graduates find jobs in new fields. Formerly, many home economics graduates taught In the aublic schools but Morley, chairman ol the university's home economics department, said there is Weekend sports an increased need for special-ists with backgrounds in con- OXFORD, England fAP) _-sumer economics and in fam- Oxford University's Sporting ilv studies to work with indi- Club is about to admit women vidual families. for the first time in 109 Beginning in the new aca- Albeit for a trial period on Sat-domic vear in September, the and out or town Recent guests of Mrs. Linnea Carlson were her cousin Mrs. Greta Olson and Mrs. Gun Linderoth, both from Sweden; Mrs. Herb Carlson and her sister Miss Dagny Strom of Westaskiwin; Mrs. Olga Ritzen of Claresholm; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strom from Bow will offer a bachelor of home economics degree with a general major which provides for concentration in four specific areas family studies, consumer studies, home econo- mics education and clothing, textiles and BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922-5 Ave. N. Phone 328-7366 FISH O 5 WEDNESDAY OIIXV3IW AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 1 3th St. N. JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th ond IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER WIG SCOOP! Designer wigs Less than Price! Reg. fnr nnlv 5 rtavs vJdlW "HELLO RUTH1E, ITS SOPHIE. LISTEN, DO I HAVE A WIG TO SHOW YOU! YES, A WIG. YOU SHOULD SEE IT. SO NATURAL IT LOOKS LIKE ME, ALREADY. IT'S MADE OF 'ELURA', AND HONESTLY IT FEELS AND MOVES JUST LIKE REAL HAIR. AND SO EASY TO CARE FOR. WHERE DID I GET IT? SIMPSONS-SEARS! AND, THEY'VE FAMOUS DESIGNER WIGS. CHRISTIAN DIOR, SASSOON BEAUTIFUL! FASHIONED OF EASY-CARE FIBRES OF DYNEL, ELURA OR KANEKALON. AND WHAT A SELECTION! ALL SO PRETTY AND FEMININE. AND YOU KNOW, RUTHIE, THE WIG CONSULTANT WAS SO HELPFUL WE LOOKED AT SO MANY WIGS AND THEN WE FOUND THE ONE FOR ME. THERE WERE LOADS TO CHOOSE FROM, I WAS DIZZY! AND THE SAVING, SUCH A BARGAIN! REG. I GOT MINE FOR AND ALVIN LOVES IT. BELIEVE ME, I FEEL LIKE A NEW WOMAN. WHAT? NO YOU CANT BORROW IT. SO BUY YOUR OWN. AT SUCH A PRICE, BUY 2 YET. AND TELL ARCHIE, NO WIG NO CHICKEN A nominal charge for styling. Wig Boulique, Cosmetic Department oynei' modacrvlc ECONOMY That's why! It's the real thing. Coke. SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS; Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday onH friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Conlrn Village. 328-9231 ;