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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD November W3 The ho me maker By MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist Few families have ever eaten and fewer yet have it on a regular basis. Some say its got a dis- agreeable fatty flavor. that is probably because it wasn't cooked correctly. if you pan-fry lamb chops you may find a flavor you don't really like. That's because the meat sat in its own fat as it cooked. Try broil- ing it and notice the difference. I Broiled lamb chops are sim- ply to do and very tasty. Slash edges of fat in several places to prevent curling Place the broiler rack so the surface of the meat is to from heat. Turn only once dur- ing and use tongs or some other method to prevent puncturing the meat as that tauses loss of juices You will likely need to broil each side of the chops 6 to 7 minutes if the meat is one inch thick Serve very hot and keep ttie serving plate hot while the second servings are standing by What could be better than a roast Jeg of Again be sure the roast is not sitting in fat as it cooks. Use a rack in your roaster or the broiler pan on about the middle rack of your. oven. Heat the oven to about 325 degrees and roast uncovered without adding allowing 25 to 30 minutes per pound. This helps seal the outer layer of ensuring that the juices re- main in the meat rather than on the bottom of the roaster. Season with salt and pepper about half way through the cooking. Try rubbing a little rosemary or sweet basil into the top surface before cooking lor a different flavor. What goes with lamb9 Potatoes either white or and beets or mushrooms are all excellent vegetable choices. Mint jelly or red currant jelly make a nice accompaniment Lamb stew is a delicious cold day dish. Trim excess fat trom the stew meat before browning it in a skillet. Add canned or bouillon as well as and simmer an hour or until the meat is tender. Spices that go well with lamb are celery basil and as well as salt and pepper to taste. For the last SO minutes of cooking time add vegetables carrots and peas. Skim excess fat off if necessary. Add thickening to the gravy as desired. Serve very hot. There are a number of lamb recipes available free of charge from this office and if you'd like to stop in you may pick them or you may phone or write-for them. CMA meet set Nov. 16 The president of the Cana- dian Manufacturers' Associa- tion will speak in Lethbridge Nov. 16. Keith H. of Toron- will meet members of the Lethbridge branch of the CMA at a reception at the El Raticho Hotel from 5 to pm. He will speak to the gathering from 6 30 to 7 p.m. See the big selection of Fisher Price toys at EATON'S FISHER-PRICE PLAY FAMILY VILLAGE OF STURDY PLASTIC AND HARD- BOARD FOLDS UP FOR STORAGE Popular Play Family village contains 32 pieces in all. folds and locks shut for storage ease. Two streets connected by cross-over bridge with firehouse. post dentist's rooftop rest- police barber phone gas fire lamp nine family figures 15.99 PLAY FAMILY AIRPORT FOR JET-AGE ACTION lots of fun Swing-out loading jet tug baggage cars jet six figures and more' Plane makes whirring pilot looks left and j M right. Plastic and hardboard ......I PLAY FAMILY GARAGE HAS CRANK ELEVATOR Two-level plastic service station on hardboard base. gas grease stop crank-operated elevator Four-Play Family figures included. Size approx. 11 inches PLAY FAMILY HOUSEBOAT FLOATS OR PULLS ALONG Greet In the bath'or out realistic pun-pun sound when pulled Captain looks port and star- board as helm wheel turns. With speedboat. Durable plastic...... PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER IS SIMPLE TO OPERATE No batteries needed easy spring action rotates grooves work music box on tone arm Sound Ms amplified through speaker Five color-keyed records play ten tunes. t With carrying handle Very durable C DURABLE MUSIC BOX SHOWS STORY TOO Listen to the music as story passes across two sprightly tunes and two popular stories entertain little listeners and viewers MA Plastic wooden base ..........I mftW CHATTER PHONE IS FUN TO PULL ALONG Versatile pull toy chatters as it eyes roll up and phone rings when dial is turned Brightly colored plastic and Just right for toddlers RUGGED PLAY FAMILY 34-INCH CIRCUS TRAIN Circus excitement for little ones with this plastic train. Two-seater engine has piston-rod whistle sound. With a 4 j clown ...............I I FISHER-PRICE POCKET RADIO Delightful music box plays tune as story pictures pass across the dial. Sturdy wood case with plastic front and carry strap. Popular nursery tunes EASY-TO-PUSH ROLLER CHIME Toddlers love to push this colorful toy and listen to musical chimes as it rolls. Balloon tires and storybook motif. Plastic construction 3.49 PLAY FAMILY FARM Big Wood and plastic barn and play parts Plastic animals with moving 4 m MA farm family and equipment WOOD INLAID PUZZLE TRAY Surprise picture under each piece. Picture relates to piece removed plastic M QA knobs to help pick up pieces Lower Floor We're simply teaming with Fisher Price toys for pre-school girls and boys Check our Christmas list EATON'S Shop Eaton's Tuoaday to Buy Lino 328-8811. Uto Your Eaton Account... CrodK Tormt Available. Face the camera John Diefenbaker tells two sets of twins to loqk at the camera while Mrs. Diefenbaker lines up the who met the former prime minister and his wife at a Regina recep- tion last week. The Herald- Family may help reduce mortality rate' TORONTO Successful adoption in Canada of the technique of acupunc- induced by insertion of needles into selected points of the be a medical breakthrough of says Prime Minister Trudeau. would also cut down the incidence of mortality after surgical interventions which doctors tell us are mainly due to the effects of the anesthetics rather than to the operation The prime speak- ing in an interview Saturday on CFRB said many doctors have expressed in- terest in the recent agreement reached 'during his visit to Peking last month Chinese doctors are to teach acupunc- ture in Canada and Canadian doctors to study the techinque in China. CONFINED TO CHINA Acupuncture is an ancient method of treatment in China and still is confined mainly to that country. The interview ws recorded in an RCAF plane feet above the South China Sea as the Canadian government delegation returned from its weeklong visit to China in mid-October Mrs giving her first radio said she found in the Chinese people very relaxed and positive enthusiasm for their country which I hadn't expected to tmd Recalling a visit with her husband to the USSR in Mrs. Trudeau said she felt the Chinese have more love for their country and social system than Russians for theirs. The she seem to be living under a of Crib regulations enforce security OTTAWA Regulatons to make children's cribs place of safety and security and were announced at a weekend news conference by Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray. With a borrowed bouncing baby boy standing in a Mr. Gray outlined the new cradles and cribs regulations which become compulsory next' year. Effective Jan. the space between crib bars must not exceed 3Vs inches. This protects against infants pok- ing their heads or torsos UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH NO BINGO THIS WEEK Next Bingo Nov. 13th EAGLES HALL In Alberta the low cost of Natural Gas helps cut the high cost of Natural gas is the world's premium fuel It's available at reasonable cost and backed by service that you can depend on. canaoian uuesiern naTurai_Gas company umrreD between the bars and becom- ing trapped. Other regulations effective May 1 call for a non-toxic plas- tic covering along the top edge of cribs. Hardware is to be free of burrs and attached toys or ornaments shatterproof. Locks which control the movement of drop sides must be located at either side of the crib and activated simulta- neously PEDAL LOCKS BANNED Locks controlled by a foot pedal under the crib are to be banned because of the large number of accidents caused by older children accidentally releasing crib sides. Calendar The regular meeting of the Harmony Ladies 'Auxiliary will be held this evening in Lethbridge IOOF com- mencing 8 p.m. St. Mary's ACW meet Tues- day-'at 2 p.m. in the parish hall. Hostess Mrs. Todd. Ogden Unit. Southmmster UCW meets Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Mary 529 6th Street The Lethbridge chapter of the Sweet Adelines invite women interested in singing four-part harmony to attend rehearsals in the church 420 12th Street every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Southminster UCW groups have scheduled the following meetings for Grace Marshall group. p.m in the church Alma Buchanan 2 30 p.m. in church Susan p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. W. 2407 16th Ave. Ellen Denoon 3p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. C. 704 13th Street S. Ann Landers Dear AM I'll be 17 next month and the problem is my drama teacher. He can't. seem to keep his hands off me. And I am not the only one. It's other even some guys. He will walk up and grab my face between his hands and squeeze as hard as he can. Once he pinched me in the side lower back and I actually had a black and blue mark for a week. I wanted to kick him. But it's dumb to get mad because he does it in such an innocent way. One of my girlfriends called him on it last semester and he love people and this is my way of What's your We In N.Y. Dear I don't know what you consider but when a man pinches a girl on the rump and she carries a black and blue mark for I get a different impression. I'm not saying your teacher is a dirty old man but something is out of kilter. He. should be told in plain language to keep his hands off. If he considers his verbal communication suggest that he improve his vocabulary. Dear Ann I come from a family that never allowed the slightest slur or to go unnoticed. Talk about mak- ing mountains out of were the cham- My neighbor and I got along fairly well until one day our dog got loose and her lawn. She called me on the phone and spoke a few unpleasant words. As I listened my blood pressure mounted. I remembered how I smilingly put up with her five kids from dawn 'til dusk. When she I really blew my cork and hung up. I thought we'd never speak to each other again. Three minutes later my phone rang. she said don't we just forget the whole We did. And it was so simple. I was filled with gratitude for her bigness. That call made my life so much easier. Imagine living next door to a neighbor and not And that's what your reader should have done with her mother-in-law who phoned person-to-person to talk to A brief THE BETTER HALF just wanted to hear your voice and now I'll put Sonny The secret is to love the person who is not lovable. And my love to if you read this letter all the way through. OMer Dear O. and Not only did I read it all the way but I'm printing it as well. Thank dear for your answer which is better than mine. Dear Ann Say what you want about but I haven't the courage to tell this to my parents face-to-face. My husband and I have been married ten years. We have a good marriage and don't need any advice from anybody. we don't feel that we need to give any advice. But what can we do in the presence of our my parents use words like and Should we let it pass and tell our children later that their grandparents' ideas are different from Or should we stop Mother Dad when they use such words and correct them on the One One Against Dear It's now TWO for and one against. I'm with the one who is in favor of stopping them dead in their tracks and correcting them on the spot. In and out of town The annual tea and bazaar ot the St Andrew's Presbyterian Church women's lederation will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday in the church 1818 5th Ave S. Rev L D Hankinson will open proceedings Pouring tea. Mesdames P. A. Earl Morris. W G. Russell. Percy E. Baker. E P H. Prokopishyn and R. G. Train. Serving Mesdames J R. B. I. H D. R. J. S. Clarke. F. F. U. Wood. C N. K. DeArmond. D. E. L. Newby. K K B. Groenenboom. E J. C. Barnes. S. Pisko and G. D Rolfe By Barnes that's for the living room furniture. It's 15 years old Try a gentle laxative from the maker of Press Bubble to release STAY-FRESH PACK FAMILY LAXATIVR RKOUIAR HILklOMt eiKGf 1iW It's called N because it's Nature's Remedy. The Turns as J you would know a great deal about sensitive I stomachs. They make their laxative with vegetable ingredients I Nt brings i overnight relief. Nt's gentle action works while you sleep without disturbing your rest. Try Nature's a gentle all-vegetable laxative. Regular or chocolate coated. M tomorrow I alright. EATON'S WILL BE CLOSED NOV. 12th IN OBSERVANCE OF REMEMBRANCE DAY ;