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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 11, 1973 Is acupuncture the answer to spiralling health costs? OTTAWA (CP) Science Minister Jeanne Sauve, after undergoing acupuncture in a Shanghai clinic, returned from China Sunday convinced that acupuncture could turn the tide of spiralling health costs. She witnessed two acu- puncture operations during her 16-day tour of China, in- cluding a delicate thyroid gland operation. In each case Plumptre Slammed OTTAWA (CP) Beryl Plumptre, chairman of the food prices review board, does not know what she is talking about when she says food costs are not out of control, James McGrath. Conser- vative food prices critic, said todav. the patient walked away from the operating room. Wider use of acupuncture as a form of anesthesia could re- duce post-operative hospital care and lessen health costs considerably, Mrs. Sauve said Tuesday in a telephone inter- view from Montreal. After witnessing one oper- ation, she agreed to ex- perience acupuncture first- hand to observe the anaesthetic effect, although there was nothing wrong with her She said Canada and China have agreed tentatively on a program of scientific ex- changes Details would be an- nounced when Prime Minister Trudeau approves the program during his eight-day visit to China which begins today The Chinese also have a so- phisticated burn therapy tech- nique that can restore a body covered with third-degree burned areas. Through a burns, the minister said. chemical process the skin will Small pieces of pig's skin join with the burned area and are transplanted onto the enable human skin to grow. The Herald- Family Socred women name new officers OPEN HOUSE 85th BIRTHDAY of WILFRED FIRTH Sunday. Oct. 14th 2 to 6 p.m. Eagles Hall Friends Please Call after you. see your doctor bring your prescription to 1609 9th AJe "S liiiiiiiiimiiimiiimiiiimmimmiil A. A. DOGTEROR president The Lethbridge Social Credit Women's Auxiliary has elected Mrs A. A. Dogterom president for the coming term Other officers include Mrs. V. 0. Odney, first vice- president; Mrs. J V Ander- son, second vice-president; Mrs L. C. Halmrast. secretary-treasurer; Mrs. G Manser, publicity, sick and visiting; Mrs R. D. Gruenwald, social convener; and Mrs B Harvarth and Mrs. H. Luciani, telephoning. Past president of the organization is Mrs Ruth Markus rour Carpets cleaned right in Duraclsan NO soaking NO scrubbing wifh Duraclean's unique absorption process See colors come alive, fibers reviYe, upholstery brighten! For FREE eslimale call WILSON DONALDSON 1404 11th Ave. S., Lethbridge 'hones: 328-5886 or 327-6984 Frolicking in the leaves Although Lethbridge dads' aren't quite so exuberant about the windfall of autumn leaves, these youngsters are enjoying a last frolic before snow covers their favorite playground. Shown left to right are Bobbie Skeith, Cheryl Niyashiro and Andy Skeith, just barely peeking out above the pile. A great way to save. Danger healthy for children Golden Mile Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to S p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: Keep fit 10 a.m. World wide travel slides by Mrs. Driedger 2 p.m. sharp. Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Wednesday: Potluck lunch 1 p.m. sharp. Thursday: Crib tournament p.m. sharp. Cash prizes. Friday: Resincraft a.m. and 2 p.m. Noteworthy: There will be a bake sale at the centre at 2 p.m. Oct. 24th. Tea and coffee will be available. Donations for the sale would be greatly appreciated. There will be a dance held in Southminster Hall from to midnight on Oct. 30 for centre members and guests. Tickets are available at the centre or at the door. In and out Miss Patricia Frame recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Frame of the city, later returning to Calgary to resume her teaching position. Assumption CWL will hold the annual fall tea and bazaar from 2 to p.m. Oct. 20 in the church hall, 2405 -12 Ave. S. Mrs. P. Matisz is general convener, with Mrs. T. Weber assisting in the kitchen; Mrs. B. Thompson and Mrs. J. Boras, tombala; Mrs. K. Riley, bake table; Mrs. J. R. Schile, candy table; Mrs. A. Duckett and Mrs. A. Shaw in charge of the white elephant table. In charge of novelties and crafts is Mrs. E. Martyna, with Mrs A. Schambers and Mrs D. Kjeldegarrd in charge of tea tables. Hostesses will be Mrs. R. Gruenwald, and Mrs. R. John- son. Receiving guests will be Mrs. P. Matisz, Mrs. R. Kaupp and Mrs. B. Gleb. Pourers for the afternoon are Mrs. E. Schill, St. Patrick's; Mrs. A. Olshaski, St. Basil's; Mrs. A Unrau, McKillop; and Sister Clarissa Cashiers are Mrs. N. L Reelander and Miss L. Carnco. Caterers will be Mrs. B. Algers and Mrs. M. Koskowich. Servers will be the girl guides under the direction of Mrs S Sawicki. BUY CANADA SAVINGS BONDS ON THE PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN The Payroll Savings Plan is a great way to save systematically. Week by week planned saving helps build the sound financial base so essential to the realization of personal dreams and ambitions. Last year, recognizing this, more than Canadians bought Canada Savings Bonds through the Payroll Savings Plan. Here's why: EDMONTON (CP) Danger is fundamental to the balanced development of a child, W. D. Abernethy of the National Playfields Associa- tion of Britain told a con- ference sponsored by the provincial department of culture, youth and recreation. Mr. Abernethy said a child's mental and physical develop- ment :s enhanced when a child is exposed to dangerous play situations. "In more primitive societies, children get this kind of development in their every-day life. Children can no longer develop with this kind of he said. "Modern society has removed many of the natural danger elements in life. As a result, young people tend to create their own dangers, such as starting fires or other social acts which eventually lead to the criminal realm." He told about 75 represen- tatives of social disciplines at the conference that "adven- ture playgrounds" provide a means of overcoming the lack of danger for a child. JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER llth Stoniorid by Lidfa' Aid ol St. PMrind Si. Piul't church STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jiekpot Starli It S125 and n won Every Thuriday 2nd Jackpot In 58 Number! 5th 7 No. Jackpot Pot 'O Gold S30 29' PER CARD OR 9 FOR '1.OO ALSO FREE CARDS. FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed BINGO Scandinavian Hall-22912th St. 'C' N. FRIDAY, OCT. 4th at 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW GAME S185 IN 55 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4lh 8th 12th IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS S16 5 CARDS FOR POT OF GOLD Single Winner Flnt 12 Gamei Receive GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS S DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed Easy to Buy. For less than a day you can ALBERTA'S GREAT CHICKEN RECIPES buy a Canada Savings Bond on the Payroll Savings Plan. Just complete the application form provided by your employer and watch your savings grow. Good to Keep. Canada Savings Bonds are safe backed by all the resources of Canada. They're instant cash-anytime. And they pay good interest year after year. Feel Good About Tomorrow! Buy Canada Savings Bonds on the Payroll Savings Plan today! Aiberia Grown Chicken the flavour's nice and so's the price! NO. 2 OF A SERIES GRILLED CINNAMON HONEY CHICKEN MARINADE: 1 cup dry sherry cup honey 4 teaspoons cinnamon 2 teaspoons curry powder 2 teaspoons garlic salt 0 I FEEL ABOUT TOMORROW Place chicken quarters in a shallow pan. Combine ingredients lor marinade and blend well Pour over chicken Cover and allow to stand at room temperature 2 to 3 hours, or refrigerate 8 hours or overnight. Drain off marinade, reserving for basting sauce. When charcoal briquets are covered with fine while ash, place chicken on grill, skin side up. Turn quarters about ovory 3 to 5 minutes, basting with reserved marinade to keep chicken juicy Cook slowly 1% :o 1Vi hours Chicken is ready to serve when drum- stick twists out of thigh joint readily, and thickest portions are fork lender. Makes B quarters. NOTE Chicken will be dark brown when grilled due to the marinade Clip and keep these delicious Ideas from the kitchens ol Alberta1 And send us your own fav- ourite recipe for inclusion in this continuing scries A prize is offered lor recipes used and a Grand Prize will be presented lor the most original recipe. TO ENTER Mail your favourite chicken recipe to ALBERTA BROILER GROWERS' MARKETING BOARD, 10830 107 AVENUE. EDMONTON, ALBERTA ;