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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, October 1, 1973 riWGT CALENDARS The Lethbridge Women's In- stitute will hold their sewing tea Wednesday at the home ot Mrs .Nottingham with Mrs Black us co-hostess The I.CC Faculty Wives will meet at 8 p in Wednesday at the home ot Janet Alston. 2514 20Ave S Manlvn Tatem. dis- trict home economist speak at (J HO p m The regular monthly meeting ot the St Andrew's Women's Federation will be held at 8.15 p.m. Tuesday in the church lounge Southminster IJCW will will meet at 2 p.m Thursday in the church lounge Guest speaker will be Rev. Albert Baldeo. The history department of the Ma thesis Club will meet at 2 30 p m Tuesday at the home ol Mrs E E. Dutton, 52815SI You may have a heat-thief furnace filters can rob your home of heat1 A clogged filter results in not only a loss of heat, but could cause overheating of the furnace, which could entail costly repairs Your filters should be checked and cleaned at least twice a year, and replaced when necessary It's the best way to control a 'heat thief'1 McKillop United Church UCW will hold a coffee party at 10 a.m. Thursday in the church hall to honor all new members of the congregation. All ladies of the congregation are urged to attend. UCW units will meet as follows: Filmer: with Mrs. T. Morris, 1819 6th Ave. S.. at 8 p.m. Monday. Hedenstrom: in the church lounge, at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Liska: with Mrs. J. Rae, 1903 12th Ave. S., 8pm. Tuesday. Robin: with Mrs. E. Whitney, leaving the church at a.m. Wednesday. Baker: in the church lounge, at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Sewers: with Mrs. S. K. Sproul, 3004 14th Ave. S., 8 p.m. Thursday. A coffee party to welcome newcomers to the congrega- tion will be held from 10 to 11 30 a m Thursday. Oct. 4. in the McKillop United Church hall UCW members will be happy to welcome all ladies to this coflee party. The honiemaker 50th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ersal Smith of Cardston will be hon- ored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniver- sary with an open house for relatives and friends, hos- ted by the Smith family. The reception will take place from 7 to 9 p.m Monday, Oct. 8 at the Lee Creek Edu- cation Centre, 7th St. West, Cardston. No gifts, by re- quest. By MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist With the rising costs of food many consumers are looking for ways to stretch their food dollar. For the next few weeks I will be suggesting ways of doing just that stretching the Food Dollar. Canada's Food Guide recommends that we include at least 2 cups of milk in our diet everyday Children (up to llyrs 2' z cups (20fl. Adolescents 4 cups (32 fl. Adults 1'z cups (12 ft Expectant and nursing mothers 4 cups. Yet, have you checked the price of rnilk lately one quart of skim milk costs 37 cents For a family of four that amounts to quite a high weekly food bills. To lower it, why not consider using skim milk powder. It is a convenient dairy food that blends easily and instant- ly in all types of food prepara- tion using milk. Retail stores sell it under various brand names and in several package sizes 1. 3, 5, 8. 10. 12 and 20 pounds. Instant skim milk powder has nuny advantages. Check these outstanding points: costs less than fresh skim milk. A 1- pound package makes 4 quarts of skim milk ready and quick when used at home. easy and compact to carry on The fashion UNDER the sweater fashion Exquisite Form (214) Style 160 No- seam moulded cups in 2-ply bonded polyester tricot Look stitch' nylon-and- spandex powernet sides and low back White skmtone A. B. 34-36 6.00 Exquisite Form (214) Style 168 New Miss Canada Look style with seam- less polyester lace cups Nylon-and- spandex powernet sides straps and low back White skmtone A. B 34- 36 6.30 Warner's (214) Siyle 1285 Double- Knit nylon seamless cups Silky nylon- and-spandex sides straps and back White tan B 32-38 C34-36 The fashion sweaters, soft, clingy, close-to-the-body sweaters And under them smooth, sleek, no-seam mould- ed bras. Bras with pre-shaped cups that contour your body like a second skm. In fluid lace, in soft-touch tricot knits. No-seam moulded bras, the new body language for sweater- mg this Fall Smooth talkers from Exquisite Form, Warner's, Crenier and Domionion Corset at Eaton's now, Warner's (214) Style 2511 Popular Anti bra supports your natural free form Stretch Mnhskin (nylon-and- cup size fits 32-36 The latest n minimal bras Beige white tan 5.OO Grenier (214) Style 8500 Smooth. moulded polyester lace cups Low sides and back in stretch nylon-and-spandex for total comfort White beige. B 32- 36 C 34-36 7.OO Dominion Corset (214) Style 291 2 Moulded polyester lace cups are lightly contoured with polyester fibrefill Nylon satin trim Lycra spandex sides and back White beige A. B. 32-36 C 34- 36 7.30 Foundations, Main Floor picnics and camping trips. to use easy to measure, dissolves instantly. to store saves space and the powder needs no refrigeration. an excellent source of protein, riboflavin, calcium and phosphorus, and a good source of thiamine. the calories 8 fluid ounces reconstituted skim milk contain 90 calories, 8 fluid ounces whole milk have 153 calories. uses in cooking, baking, whipped desserts and beverages. Instant skim milk powder makes it possible to get more milk into your meals in an economical and convenient way. It may also be added to various foods not usually made with milk to increase the food value. HOW IT IS MADE Skim milk powder is made from fresh pasteurized milk from which the butterfat is removed After being partly concentrated in a vacuum process, the skim milk is sprayed as a fine mist under pressure into a heated chamber where it dries almost instantly. The resulting powder is moistened and then redried in a special instantizing process, during which it forms larger many sided granules that dissolve instantly in cold water. GRADES All skim milk powder packaged and sold in Canada is marked Canada First Grade. The powder is graded Dn the basis of color, flavor, 3dor, fat and moisture con- tent, solubility and sediment and is checked for bacterial content according to regulations established by the Canada Department of Agriculture. HOW TO STORE IT Unopened packages of skim milk powder keep for many months on the kitchen shelf. After opening a package, use the powder within one to two months. Close the package tightly after each use because the powder tends to absorb moisture. Once the powder is mixed with water, treat it like fresh milk. The reliquified product can be used im- mediately or refrigerated. HOW TO USE IT Skim milk powder may be used in the dry form for cook- ing or baking, or reliquified and used in place of fluid milk. To Use Dry: Mix the skim milk powder with the other dry ingredients and add the required amount of water. To Reliquify: Follow the package directions for the proportions of powder and water to mix for best results. The usual amount recommended to make 1 quart milk is 1 2-3 cups powder add- ed to 4 2-3 cups water. To Make Modified Skim Milk: Add 1 tablespoons ex- tra skim milk powder to each cup reconstituted skim milk. This gives more body to the skim milk. To Make Partly Skimmed Milk- Follow the package directions for reconstituting the skim milk powder. Mix equal quantities of recon- stituted skim milk and whole milk to obtain approximately 2 per cent milk. If you would like a free set of recipes using skim milk powder write to me, care of the Administration Building, Lethbridge or phone 328-4471. Royal wedding LP to hit top ten list LONDON (API Princess Anno, husband-to-be Capt. Mark Phillips, the Archbishop ol Canterbury and the West- minster Abbey choir sound an unlikelv group to make a hit record But the royal lineup is ex- pected to knock the Rolling Stones and other rock 'n' roll kings oil their throne at the top of the best-selling record churls They'll go on wax in a 50- mmute longplay album recorded by the British Broadcasting Corp Nov 14 when Anne, only daughter of THE BETTER HALF the Queen, marries Phillips in Westminster Abbey The BBC. which notched million million) profit from its records and program sales this year, plans to press 100.000 copies of the record. A first pressing of this size is usually reserved for big- name entertainers guaranteed to have a smash hit. "It's the level of the Top 10 album, the sort of level you expect with the Stones and other regular said Roy Tempest, sales and marketing manager of the BBC's records division. By Barnes "Harriet's culinary skill can be summed up in one word Soviet defectors return to Russia LONDON (AP) A Soviet woman who gave birth to a baby in an American airliner over the Atlantic last week and her husband were defectors returning voluntarily to the Soviet Union, the Daily Telegraph reported The newsoaoer said Artur Oganysian. 36. was a lieuten- ant in the Armenian state se- curity forces when he fled with his wife to Turkey in July. 1972. The couple lived recently in Los Angeles, until fviargrctta Oganvsian became BUY LINE 3Z8-8811. SHOP EATON'S TUESDAY A.M. TO P. M. USE YOUR EATON ACCOUNT CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE homesick. The Telegraph said The couple, dtcompariied by a Soviet doctor and Soviet vice-consul L Butkin. arrived at London's Heathrow Airport from Washington aboard a Delta Airlines jumbo jet. Mrs Oganysian gave birth to a boy 800 miles out over the Atlan- tic The party almost created a diplomatic incident by refus- ing to leave the aircraft unless provided ar, ambulance from the Soviet embassy._____ A.N.A.F. Unit 34 PUBLIC BINGO in the NEW Army, Nivy A Airforci Hill NO ONE UNDER 16 ADMITTED EVERY TUESDAY 8 p.m. MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS IH THE CUIIMMS JACKPOT In 48 or ont number per week until wen CONSOLATION JACKPOT S20 and ont number per week until won. 12 GAMES In 7 or leea. No winner drope to 120 until won. Regular or 4 corners. X Game 3 Free flame Door Card (Woodgraln) each Blue or Brown Carda Oreo n Key Card (Thla card may be purehaaed If a player door card and at leaat 4 other blue or brown ALL BINQOS CALLED ON A QREEN CARD1'; MONEY DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS ;