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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutitioy, October 10, 1973 THE lETHBRIDGE HSCAlr; _ Organic venture dragging SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) An organic food venture is going badly here because ils operators say housewives "think that a limp, small vege- table mast have something wrong with It." Despite customer reluctance the youthful managers of the Goodnews, Sunshine, Fmit and Vegetable Co. are determined to make a go of if and their goal is education rallier than profits. Goodnews, which employs seven persons full time, is sponsored by a construction firm as a community service project. The idea is to intro- duce underprivileged and min- ority youths to farm work and the wholesale and retail busi- nesses. "I just know it's going to said Barbara Cassle- man, 30, who manages the re- tail stand. "We have to educate the consumers, too. People are afraid of something they don't know about." "We do not use sprays and chemicals on our produce." said Barbara. "But the main problem we now face is that people do not like the looks of the vegetables. Our carrots look like short, squat Bugs Bunny types and housewives are used to seeing long, slender crisp ones in the packaged too." "They think thai a limp, small vegetable must have something wrong with it. Some persons have never seen a cav- rot right out of the ground and they are horrified." Ann Landers By Barnes WON'T GET BUHXKD When baking potatoes, put them in the oven in muffin tins and you won't hum your fingers when they're done. For Your Winler Holidoy In ACAPULCO or MAZA1LAND See A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 5O3 Slh Avenue South All Inquiries Welcome Phone: 328-1181 or 328-7921 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I wan one of those women who complained about my husband's snoring, same as your Hi- ami griper. But believe me, when my husband left to go to Vietnam Ihe silence in my bedroom nearly drove me out of my mind. More than once I regretted not having made a tape recording of my husband's snoring before 1m left. It would have been better than any sleeping pill. I used to turn the radio on beside my bed every night to drown out the deadly silence. Even then I tossed and turned for two and three hours. Three weeks ago my man came back to me, 1 am so happy UP have him home that I thank God with all my heart he is at my side snoring up a storm. It's the sweet- est sound in the world. Please print my letter for every wife who is irritated by her husband's snoring. 1 wish I had seen one like That Music DEAR LOVE: I wonder if you will be singing the same tune after the blush of you husband's homecoming has worn off. I hope so, honey. Thanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My hustand and I haven't been married a few months. We gel along lousy. A few weeks ago we had a terrible argument. I took my clothes and moved in with my mother. He lei me stay there a week before he apologised and took me back to our apartment.. Now I discover I am pregnant. He says the baby isn't his. He's sure I saw an ex-boyfriend the week we were apart. He is mistaken. Can I have a blood test NOW and prove that Hie baby 1 am carrying is my husband's? Or must 1 sweat out the pregnancy and then prove Hell DEAR C. H.: You'll have to wait until the baby is even then a blood test can't prove which man IS the father. It might prove, however, which one is NOT. Your obstetrician can explain (his. In the meantime. some counselling, either with or without your husband. Your child deserves better than the present welcoming committee. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband is a highly-placed executive. I worked for nearly 20 years in another organiza- tion where 1 did very well. I quit to take life easier and do the type of home entertaining that Brad feels is vital to his career. A certain woman "who worked as Brad's secretary for five years is causing me some sleepless nights and quiet anguish. He promoted her to Assistant Officer a few months after her husband died. I was very surprised (as well as disturbed) because the man who should have had the pro- motion was skipped over. Brad said he did It because the "distraught widow" needed more money and an emotional boost. Every now and then Brad will tell me be took "the distraught widow" to lunch because she seemed depressed. (He has no idea bow these little lunches depress ME and I'd never let on.) We are giving a large party soon and Brad wants to In- vile this woman. The thought f.f it burns me to a crisp. Yet if I refuse I might reveal my apprehension which is the last thing in the world 1 want to do. Please tell me how to play this, Ann. You seem to have your head on straight, which is more than I can say for myself at the moment. Kooked Up In Kalifornia DEAR KAL: Invite "the distraught widow" and find an attractive, unattached man to be her escort, Dummy. CONFIDENTIAL TO WALLS TOO HIGH TO SCALE: I see by your envelope you live in Omaha. That's a break. The rate your husband is going you'll soon have no friends in Nebraska. Council Bluffs is just across the river and it's in a different state, too. Maybe he can find someone over there that can meet his intellectual, financial and social standards. "Con Mr. Parker come out and ploy? ...We need tome comic relief." AFTERNOON BINGO Wed., Oct. 11, at 2 p.m. tit the Moose Hall 1234 3rd Avo. N. NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 ALLOWED Sponsored by Ihe Women of the Moose Again at HEINTZMAN BY POPULAR DEMAND You're Invited THURS., OCT. 12 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN HOUSE We proudly present MILDRED ALEXANDER Af fe: lion n rely lenown ns the orgnnV 'Alexander Hie Greal' Hammond Contril Orgon- lit and Teacher. I-IEIiNTZMAN MILDRED ALEXANDER WHERE THE ACTION IS Mildred Alexander will demonstrate the many new of Hanunond Organs. Displaying the Dnyamic Artistry and Styling for which she is renowned. A 'must7 for the whole Family HEINTZMAN 313-7lh ST. S. PHONE 328-2663 Women wear anything OTTAWA (CP) -Fashion Ircnds in Canada arc swinging to a plainer look, but don't try to predict what a woman will wear. This seemed to he the con- clusion of Juan 11. Picard, chairman of the Canadian Tex- tile Institute, when he spoke to delegates at the instilule's an- nual convention. "Women's fashions have pro- liferated, perhaps too he said. "They now wear anything they want on any occasion. For instance, slack suits lo formal dinners, or lounge wear to con- certs at Place des Arts.'' Men, he noted, are moving away from Ihe penchant for bright-colored, flashy clothes. "The desire to emulate the peacock has vanished, but the present look remains bright and cheerful." Among his olher otaerva- Hons: What used to be slccpwear is now fashion for the home, lounge and patio. Panlyhose are here lo stay, regardless of whal is worn over them. Anti static nylon y r n i have taken over the lingerie trade .leans are still a hot fash- ion ilem. And. Ihere i! an "encour- j aginR" trend among young peo- I plo nowadays drfss up. Culinary Olympics for chefs OTTAWA Five men cooking categories and the ovor- reprcsenled Canada yesterday all winner receives the grand in one of its most widely ap- gold award, predated sports cooking witll coni. at Ihe World Culinary Olympics' pdjttoii there are regional in Frankfurt, Germany. championships where results The Canadian government I are counted towards the over- Iravc! bureau has announced all prize, that team members, all leading Canadian team in chefs, include Pierre Decrs of the regional competitions arc the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Montrc-, Knriquc Burjas. eastem vice- al; Tony Holdan, u r y president of the f.'ajiadian Fed- llotcl, Toronto; Manfred Schol-; cration of Cliefs Cuisine, ermann, Petroleum j Jlorst Kaliian of Toronto's Inn Club. Calgary; and Hubert i on Ihe Park and Henry Rach- Scheck, Hotel Van-! mann of Controlled P'oods couver. Ltd. of Kdmonlon. The culinary Olympics, which] Kour dishes are prepared for iwgan at the turn of the cen- a panel of 25 judges who award tury, is held even.' four yearsJ points for preparation, presen- Tcams compete for gold, silver talien, taste and appearance of and bronze medals in several i the dishes Even the appear- i ance of the chefs w judged. Air Canada flew food to Frankfurt from Frederic-ton, N.B-. Toronto and Vancouver. i There are three classes in Ihe I culinary Olympics hot foods, cold foods and All i food ts expected to reflect the character of the competing na- tion. The Canadian team has been j selected with a number of other i teams to appear on z 45-minute special program on EuroviMon, j the co-operative European tele- vision system. Canada entered a team in the Olympics for the first tune in 1DGH and won five gold medals and one silver medal. The U.S. j team won 10 gold medals and i the grand gold award. HAS A MAGNIFICENT Bonus for you BEAUTY TREASURES Don't miss this rare chance to discover some of the world's most treasured beauty preparations. THIS BONUS CONTAINS: PRESSED EYELID SHADOW fwo shades thai glow and glimmer in a luxurious lapis blup compact. ALL-DAY EYE CREME co lightweighl it links inlo skin instantly, gives 24-hour treatment. ESTODERME EMULSION enriched wilh fresh whole egg, ii's good foi deep-down moisturizing. YOUTH-DEW PURSE SPRAY ior refreshments o( this hauntingly beautiful fragrance, wherevpr, I r iever. THE BEAUTY TREASURES IS YOUR SPECIAL BONUS istee' Louder purchase of 7.50 or more made Tuesday, Oct. 10 through Saturday, Oct. 14. ONE BONUS TO A CUSTOMER 1L. I I I i'-' v with your Estee' Lauder purchase of 7.50 or more made Tuesday ONE BONUS TO A CUSTOMER MATE. Special Beauty Consultants will be on band to help you srlocl the Nil I product that will suit you best. THE OOSMOTIOU 305 6th St. S. DOWNTOWN Phone 328-1212 ;