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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 3, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - 17 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a 17-year-old girl with a parent problem. This morning while in the garage looking for some nails, I ran across a wooden box. I removed the lid and found a piece of cardboard over the top of the contents. I took the cardboard out and there was a telephone staring me in the face! The mouthpiece was covered with adhesive tape. For about a year I have noticed that every time one of my friends telephoned me, either Mom or Dad went out to the garage. Now I know why. I've caught my mom digging in my purse three or four times, and of course I dddn't like it, but installing a phone so they can listen in on my calls is too much. I am sick inside just thinking about it. Please tell me what to do. I will bake your advice, whatever it is.-?. C. � � � DEAR C. C: Tell your parents you have discovered the hidden telephone. Let them know you are disappointed that they have so little confidence in you that they would eavesdrop to learn what goes on in your life. Obviously there is a serious lack of communication and mutual understanding in your family. I recommend counseling for all of you. *   When romantic glances turn to warm embraces is it love or chemistry? Send for the booklet "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference," by Ann Landers. Enclose a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope and 35 cents in coin with your request. Standby Pizza Not Even Necessary Italian Cuisine Not To Be Taken Lightly By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) - There are those who say eating Italian style is an art, with never a pizza in view. For a change-of-pace dinner party, Bob Lewis suggests you serve prosciutto with melon, rice salad and peppers in tomato sauce as a first course. Follow them with cannelloni with sausage and ricotta filling, rice with scampi and then a main course of chicken villa sassi served with artichokes with red wine, and, for dessert, zabaione. Mr. Lewis, a Canadian working with the Italian trade commission in Toronto, says he has discovered that eating Italian style is not to be approached lightly. Cutting the course content a little, Mr. Lewis says you proceed as follows: Prosciutto with melon for four takes % pound of Parma ham sliced very thin and two small cantaloupes, chilled. Seed and pare the melons and cut them into wedges or scoop A Calendar Of Local Happenings Southminster Church UCW Groups will meet as follows: Grace Marshall will meet at the home of Mrs. L. T. Allen 1507 7th Ave. S. at 2:30 p.m.; Susan Galbraith will meet at the home of Mrs. G. Nottingham 2603 5th Ave. S. at 2:30 p.m.; 61 Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Logan Tait, 1040 14th St. S. Wednesday Oct. 14th at 8:15 p.m.; Ellen Denoon will meet at the home of Mrs. W. Myers, 1236 5th Ave. A. S. Wednesday at 3 p.m.; Alma Buchanan will meet at the home of Mrs. E. Bond, 1228 6th Ave. S. Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.; Chinook will meet at the home of Mrs. McTavish, 2318 22nd Ave. 8. Tuesday Oct. 13th at 8:15 p.m.; Helen Draffin will meet Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in the church lounge; Elizabeth Reagh will meet at the home of Mrs. Schoen-ing 1802 10th Ave. S. Wednesday at 2:20 p.m.; 48 Group will meet in the church lounge Monday Oct. 19th at 8:15 p.m.; Ogden will meet at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Byam, 715 6th St. S. Tuesday Oct. 20th at 8:15 p.m.: Cheer will meet in the church lounge Monday Oct 19th at 8:15 p.m.    McKiUop Church UCW Units will meet as follows - Anderson Unit, Monday at 8 p.m. with Mrs. W. Gurr, 525 23rd St. S.; Madill Unit Tuesday at F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. S cards for 1.00 or ZSt Each Twelve 7 Number Game* JACKPOT $170 Free Garnet and Pre* Card DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 net allowed p.m. with Mrs. B. Thorlacius, 514 27th St. S.; Chambers Unit, Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. with Mrs. H. Skolrood, 1036 19th St. S.; Dunn Unit Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. I. Shaw, 210 12th Ave. S.; Wednesday Afternoon Unit in the church lounge at 2 p.m. � � * The Units, of First United Church Women will meet as follows: Margaret Atkins: Thursday Oct. 8, at 2 p.m. with Mrs. D. Holyroyd, No. 4B, Spruce Towers, 820 15th St. S., Mrs. M'. Moffat as hostess; Annie I. Chappell: Tuesday Oct. 13, at 2 p.m. with Mrs. H. Hegland, 1512 4 Ave. N.; Lily Jackson: Monday, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m., with Mrs. H. Stewart, 1102 13 Ave. N.; Jubilee: Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. with the Misses A. and S. Hunter, 811 12 St. C. N.; Clara King: Monday Oct. 5 at 8:30 p.m. with Mrs. W. L. Kergan, 1023 29 St. A. S., following visitations to s h u t-ins at 7:30 p.m.; Emily Lytle: Thursday, Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. E. Clayton, 509 12 Street N.: Magowan Harleman; Thursday, Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. K. Powell, 705 Stafford Drive; Whitmore Johnston: Thursday, Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the church.    The Salvation Army Home League will hold its annual Christmas sale and tea Wednesday December 2.   � The regular meeting of Laurel Chapter, No. 43, Order of the Eastern Star, will be held in the Masonic Hall on Monday at 8 p.m. It will be Past Matrons' Night, and there will be initiation, also. Visiting members are cordially invited to attend.    The Whirl - A - Ways will square and round dance in St, Augustine's parish hall, 11 St, S., Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. All square dancers welcome and women requested to take box lunch. Members are please asked to note change of day and place. Fort M a c 1 e o d Square Dancers will hold the regular dance Monday at 8:30 p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. Anyone interested in learning how to square dance is welcome. Women are requested to bring a box lunch and cups. INGER'S CERAMICS STUDIO Things to do and how to do them' JOIN IN THE WORLD'S MOST FASCINATING HOBBY EVENING and AFTERNOON CLASSES Phone 328-2189 FREDA WALTON is pleased to announce the addition to CLASSIC COIFFURES of MISS INGEB0RG THIELMANN Ingeborg trained In Los Angeles and has had 6 years experience specializing in hair cuts and styling. She has had post graduate training with Mr. Charles Ross, one of America's leading hair stylists. The Lethbridge Handicraft Guild are offering a series of 10 evening classes in weaving. Any interested persons requested to meet at the Bowman arts Centre, Tuesday at 7 p.m. If sufficient interest is shown, classes will be held one evening weekly from 7 to 8:30. For further information contact Mrs. F. A. Russell. 3284716. � * � Christian and Professional Women's Club will meet Monday at 6:45 p.m. in Sven Erick-I sen's Family Restaurant. For information call Susan Enns at 325-3426.  �  Monthly meeting of the Minus One Club will be held Monday at 8 p.m. in Southminster upper hall. All members are requested to attend. For all unattached people, call 327-1448. * * * The Lethbridge Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will meet at the Civic Sports Centre in Room 15, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Members are requested to attend for an election of officers and to make plans for the annual tea and bazaar to be held Oct. 24. Hostesses will be Mrs. D. Dunbar and Mrs. F. Adams  *  Loyal Order of Moose will hold a social dance, Saturday at 9 p.m. in the Moose Hall. Music by Longacres Orch. For members and invited guests, #  � A rummage sale sponsored by the Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter IODE will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. in Gym two of the Civic Sports Centre.    Southminster Circle Square Dance Club invites couples interested in learning square dancing to a beginners class in Southminster hall, Monday at 8:30 p.m. Women are requested to bring a box lunch.  � * The regular meeting of the Lethbridge Community College Faculty Wives Association will meet at the home of Mrs. A. F. Blakie, 2216 16 St. Coaldale, Monday at 8 p.m.  *  The Lethbridge Economics Association will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Aime Weintraub, 1310 29th St. S. Speaker will be Mrs. Francis Shultz, reporting on the Canadian consumer. them out with a melon-baller. Serve with the ham. To make peppers in tomato sauce, you need: 1% pounds plump peppers, half a glass of olive oil, V\ pound onions, 2 cloves garlic, 1 bay leaf, 1 medium can tomatoes, salt, pepper and 1 tablespoon of vinegar. Clean the peppers and cut them into small pieces. Fry the garlic and chopped onions in olive oil until golden brown. Add the bay leaf and peppers and mix well. Cook over medium heat for 15 minutes. Add the tomato pulp and salt and pepper. Cover and cook for about half an hour. When almost done, pour over the vinegar and boa rapidly for a minute or two until it has exaporated. Turn mixture onto a plate and leave to cool. Skipping to the main course, chicken villa sassi, you need: 1 chicken about 2'A pounds, 3% ounces Italian ham, cut in pieces, ZVi ounces butter, finely chopped onion and some celery, % bottle dry Italian white wine, 3% ounces sliced mushrooms, 3% ounces tomato pulp, 4% ounces tag-liarini (small noodles), 1% ounces truffles, 1% ounces grated Parmesan cheese, salt, pepper, sage, flour. Skin raw chicken, removing bones. Cut into square pieces and place on spits. Alternate with pieces of ham with sage leaves between. Sprinkle with flour. Simmer onion and celery in frying pan with half of butter. Place on spits with meat, add salt and sear for a moment. Pour on wine and reduce heat. Cook until wine evapo- rates. Remove spits and keep them warm. Add mushrooms and chopped tomatoes to sauce, season with salt and pepper and simmer the mixture. ADD PARMESAN CHEESE Cook the tagliarini in slightly salted boiling water for five minutes. Strain and add remaining butter and Parmesan cheese. Line a dish with the tagliarini and pour sauce over. Place spits on top and sprinkle with truffles. For the accompanying artichokes you need: six artichokes, 5V* ounces ham, medium can^ tomatoes, small onion, handful of parsley, % bottle Italian red wine, olive oil. Remove outer leaves of artichokes and cut stem. Place in warm water and lemon juice. Marinate for 90 minutes, then scald artichokes with boiling water. Drain. Chop parsley with onion and ham, put tomatoes through a sieve. Fill artichokes with chopped vegetables and ham, place in a casserole dish. Pour on olive oil, cover with tomatoes, then add two glasses of wine. Cover and bake in a moderate over for 1% hours. Baste with sauce periodiicaUy. For dessert, serve zabaione hot or cold. To make it, you need: 4 egg yolks, 12 tablespoons of Mar-s a 1 a wine, 4 tablespoons sugar. Whip up the egg yolks, first with sugar then with Marsala in the top of an untreated double boiler until the mixture clears. Put the double boiler on a low heat and continue beating until the zabaione is stiffened and creamy. Canadian Nurses Favor Unemployment Scheme OTTAWA - Canadian nurses are prepared to accept inclusion of their profession in a governmentally operated unemployment insurance plan, according to a brief presented Wednesday to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Labor, Manpower and Immigration. President Miss E. Louise Miner, BN, MPH, and executive director Dr. Helen K. Mussallem, presented the brief of the Canadian Nurses' Association. "There presently exists an oversupply of nurses in large areas of the country, and the prospects for the future would indictate increasing staff flue- Jerri Duce; Barrel Champ Canadian Barrel Racing Champion Jerri Duce of Gran-um will receive a trophy saddle and single deluxe horse trailer at the Canadian Girls Rodeo Association banquet Calgary Nov. 7. Miss Duce won her title at the Northwest International Horse Show fa Vancouver, riding the quarter horse colt she won in 1964. Miss Duce was ! also champion in 1964, '65, '66, and 68. The Dues family is well known in riding circles. Joy Duce, Jerri's sister, placed seventh at the finals. Only the top ten in the Canadian circuit may compete. Second place winner was Twylla McLean of Calgary, third to 14-year-old Maria Mc-* CMe of Fruitvale, B.C. and fourth to Geraldine McLaughlin of Pincher Creek. For the first time goat tying finals were held in Canada with the win going to Eileen Reinhardt of Rockyford, Alberta. Phone 328-3066 for your Appointment! FIGHT POLLUTION VANCOUVER (CP) - Rowley J. Hastings, president of the British Columbia Automobile Association, says motorists should take the lead1 in trying to combat exhaust pollution. tuations and localized displacement of registered nurses," the brief stated. "It is the registered nurse whose income and livelihood is the first to he affected", as a result of press urn to reduce operating costs in the field of health care. Professional fears were voiced regarding Phase Two proposals of the May 1970 white paper on unemployment insurance, which call for referral of applicants to other government agencies such as Canada Manpower Centres "Will it mean that in order to continue eligible for benefits, the nurse must allow herself to be channelled through the counselling services and retraining programmes, out of the profession of nursing? Will it also mean involuntary geographical relocation?" Either as a professional woman or as wfie and mother, the Canadian nurse would find this unacceptable. The brief expressed approval of proposed widening-of benefits to include retirement, illness and pregnancy, to the shorter period of employment required for eligibility, to the general concept of better co-ordination of all social security plans in Canada, and to the scope and importance of proposed benefits available in comparison to employee contributions. Nurses are expected to benefit from the provisions of Phase Five of the white paper, which provides extended benefits for areas which exceed the national level of unemployment. Jerri Duce shows the style that won her the title of Canadian Barrel Racing Champion for 1970. 'Quit Fooling With Liberation AndGetToWork FORT BENNING, Ga. (AP) - "Women should get in there and work and quit fooling around with this women's liberation thing," says Joy H. Bur-ham, vice-president and cashier of the National Bank of Fort Benning. "Those who are fooling around with liberation and that sort of thing are mostly those who can't hold down a job anyway." Mrs. Burnham, a banker for 25 years and chairman of the women bankers of the Georgia Bankers Association was atr dressing the fifth annual conference of bank women sponsored by the association. TOOTHACHE Don't suffer agony. Relieve pafn fn seconds as millions do with ORA-JEL When you can't get to the dentist get fast acting^..mmwu^ j& ^ ^\ NiMdHMMlaMiM. V tannin J jel Built-in Beauty Skin care continues to be all important. How good your skin is basically has much to do wiht how well your make-up looks. Moisturizers in everything are a must right through your make-up line-up. A new moisturized stick make-up in tropical or a rosy beige has the moisture-laden coverage your skin - in its transition between summer tan and winter whiteness - needs for both health and beauty. WE NOW HAVE FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS OPEN ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT The BIG Launderette lethbridge THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes SOTOM 7 ft? B SALES' Let Others Know If you want to quit smoking, let others know of your intention -they can keep an eye on you. LIKE NEW AGAIN! CA.U US FOR QUALITY RE-UPHOLSTERY  CHESTERFIELDS  CHAIRS  STOOLS Phone 327-7711 ASTEDO FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY 522 5th Street South "The paint seems nice and fast -the last one we had, it kept rubbing off on the sides of the garage." $ $ CASH BINGO $ HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL TONIGHT, SATURDAY - 8 O'CLOCK A $100 Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 2 7-Number Jackpot* JACKPOTS NOW $90 AND $115 5 Cards for $1.00 or 25c each (Located Next to No. 1 Firehall) $ 1263 3rd Avenue S. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE LADIES' KEEP FIT CLASSES The Parks and Recreation Department wishes 1o announce that the 1970 ladies' Keep Fit Program will be held at the following schools: 1. GILBERT PATERSON SCHOOL - Monday Evenings - 8:00-10:00 p.m. Monday - Oct. 5 - Dec. 14, 1970 Jan. 11 - Mar. 29, 1971. 2. GALBRAITH SCHOOL - Thursday Evenings - 8:00-10:00 p.m. Thursday - Oct. 8 - Dec. 10, 1970 Jan. 14-Apr. 11, 1971. All ladies interested in taking this program may register at the school on opening nights. REGISTRATION FEES: $2.25 for 10 sessions before Christmas $2.25 for 12 sessions after Christmas, or $4.00 for the season (22 sessions) For further information regarding the Keep Fit Program, contact the Parks and Recreation Department Office at 328-2341, Local 236 SAVE TIME and MONEY with a GAS DRYER Will do up to 8 loads at the some cost as electricity heat selector SAVE AN EXTRA $10 When you apply your $10.00 VOUCHER on the purchase of your natural gat dryer. Offer expires Nov. 14, 1970. Vouchers are _ being distributed by Canadian Western Nat- I to their customers throughout � 1 I I ural Gas Co the area. "CHARGE IT" CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED ;