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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i Golden Mile Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next Keep fit 10 a.m. Hairdressing 2 p.m. Singing 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Bingo sharp. The bus will leave for Calgary at a.m. The Golden Mile Singers recently entertained at Southland Nursing Home. Coriliag The carol festival will be held at the centre at 2 p.m Dec. 8. All welcome to attend. There will be a dance for members and friends at p.m in Southminster the Bridgetown Trio in attendance. Lunch will be served The recently organized Golden -Mile Dancers enter- tained at Southland Nursing Home and will dance for patients at the Municipal hospital Nov. 29. Members are asked to please pick up tickets for the Christmas party by Dec. 3. Entertainment will be Gil Poirier FINANCES PROJECT N.C. Isaac a voluntary prisoner of the Davie County prison can't read or but he wants fellow prisoners to leam. He has set up a fund financed by bis social security cheques to provide teaching materials and instruction. Tabor was jailed for life at the age of 72 For killing his landlord Parol- sd last he found life on the outside too difficult and voluntarily returned to prison. In and out of town Members of the Hi Neighbor are reminded of the lances to be held from 8 to 0 30 tonight at the Lotus Inn Phis is a change of date and dace nEHALD INNOCENTS Lone prosecutor Marcel-Marie a Catholic parades with a plackard in front of the clinic of Montreal physician Dr. Henry protesting against the doctor's acquittal on charges of perform- ing an illegal abortion. Sign reads admits murders. The assassin continues his killing of young Quebecers. We must stop this modern Herod and his massacre of the Clock-watchers tend to be obese TORONTO Fat peo- ple tend to be clock says Patricia a re- searcher on obesity. She says that when the clock says it is meal fat peo- ple eat. Those of normal on the other res- pond to normal appetite. Mrs. assistant professor of psychology at the University of Toronto's Erin- dale said peo- ple were stimulated by specific times rather than by body mechanisms that denote Experiments also indicated those attempting to diet should keep food out of sight. One study showed the defined as those 15 per cent above ideal body ate more in a well-lighted room than in a dimly-lit one. Another aspect of Mrs. Pli- ner's research indicated li- quids might make a fat per- son's appetite more normal Dieters should have soup or a hot beverage at the beginn- ing of a meal. Other diet suggestions tor fat people prompted by her re- search convenience foods and easy-to-eat items. fully occupied with activities and projects as a table compa- nion a normal-weight person who has little interest in food. The last suggestion results from experiments indicating an obese person eats less if a guest has a small appetite But no matter how successful a fat person may be at dieting the world seems full of food traps. we wonder if there isn't a fat said Mrs Pliner. though a person loses it seems they still think fat and have to control themselves the rest of their lives Weekend Terrific Buys Turidsh Night Christmas Candy O 4.00 DareFantop. bag ................Z 200Z.-320Z.............. SfO I i Cherry Chocolates O.271 MOIRS A 2ttlb.box ...............................M Christmas Cards Christmas Wrapping Paper 5.1 Assorted Cards Ofit per box 9 W Christmas Wrapping Paper Bows 10 rolls per box Outdoor Light Set 25 Lights per set 6 .99 5 rolls. x Each Bows 25 bows in each bag Bath Oil 32 fl. oz i Timex Watches Men's and Ladies' Electric with calender. Discontinued Line While Quantities last ____ I 21 Magnus Organ Includes see-through music music OHICIl HdiOl bench with storage complete with 'year music book KQ.96 9uarantee.....I0 051 Snow Jet Mobile 8 Track Stereo Tapes BffiSffi. Assorted 0.97 styles Senior Aquarium Set ClOCk RadiO 10 Gallons- lncludes A MV glass 4 A 9A 1 year guarantee. Q Q. 97 t T M radio ...........OO charcoal and more 19 ALBERTA'S GREAT CHICKEN RECIPES Alberta Grown Chicken the flavour's nice and so's the OF A SERIES CHICKEN IN ORANGE SAUCE This can be prepared ahead of time and reheated just before serving. 1 cut-up chicken broiler 3 cup rapeseed oil V4 cup flour 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon ground ginger Ye teaspoon pepper cups orange juice cup water 2 sectioned and sliced. Brown chicken In oil. remove from pan and set aside Blend ginger and pepper into drippings Cook until mixture stirring constant- ly Gradually stir in orange juice and water Continue cooking and stirring until sauce thickens and boils 1 minute Return chicken to pan this chicken and sauce can be cov- ered and refrigerated until about 45 minutes before Cover and re- heat until sauce starts to then sim- mer 30 minutes. Add orange sections or slices and continue cooking until chicken is tender 15 4 to 6 servings SOURCE1 Favorite Recipes with Rape- seed Oil Agriculture Canada Clip and keep these delicious ideas from the kit- chens of Alberta1 And send us your own favourite recipe for inclusion in this continuing series A prize is offered for recipes used and a Grand Prize will be presented for the best original recipe TO ENTER Mail your favourite chicken recipe to ALBERTA BROILER GROWERS' MARKETING 11826 100 ALBERTA T5K OK3 Ann Landers Dear Ann You speak for the many and the lew The Upper the Middle Crust and the Crumbs Will you dare take a stand for a much-maligned and popular- Iv despised segment of society7 I refer to the landlords I am not going to waste any time commenting on the peo- ple who move out in de mid- dle of the night. Naturally they owe back-rent and have a lease The calibre of such tenants leaves nothing to the imagination The condition in which they leave a house or apartment is not to be believed. Everything that can be removed a screwdriver or an goes with them. Since they usually live like pigs they leave the filthy complete with rotten food in the cup- boards and refrigerator. The star are those who assure you they will be out by September 30th so you go ahead and rent the place to another family. On September 26th when you call to find out what time the new tenants can move you are our new place isn't Green Island WhiteRii ft even sounds refreshing. GREEN ISLAND WHITE RUM BLANC A blend of ttu finest Canadian and Imported White Rant Melange de Manes ttataditns et impmtei de la Vi PL O7. ml m Al C VOI. INTERNATIONAL DISTILLERS OF CANADA AMFRTA Now available throughout Alberta. ready yet We won't be mov- ing for another four to six weeks Meanwhile the new tenants have giveh notice and made arrangements with their movers You keep people are decent I wish I could believe but after fif- teen years of dirty I am a Doubting Thomas. If you print this letter I'll bet thousands of landlords will have it copied and sent to their tenants Please do Ann. Bitter Herb Dear I'm printing your letter because I believe you have a valid complaint But if I received a copy of this column in the mail from MY landlord I'd consider it an in- sult Confidential to Ashamed Of You needn't be. It was an honest mistake We are all ignorant only on different subjects. A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Lander's What To will prepare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann P.O. Box III. enclosing 50c in coin and a self- addressed envelope. 1973 Field Calendar The Holy Cross Lethbridge branch will hold a Chrtstmas party at 6.30 p m Monday at the home of Mollie Wilson'. 1001 8th St. S. New graduates in the area are welcome to attend. Interested persons may contact 328-2064 The regular old time dance will be held in the Fort Macleod elementary school Saturday Instruction to take place from 8 to 8 30 p m. Dancing from 8.30 to .11.30 p m Lunch will be served Everyone welcome. The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 IOOF will be held in the Oddfellows hall at 8 p m Friday There will be nominations and an election of officers. Visiting members welcome The Midnight Squares will host a SAWDA dance at 8'30 p m Friday m the Fort Macleod elementary school. Mound dance practice at 8 p m Women arc asked to please bring a box lunch. 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