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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wnlnmlay, October 11, THI lITHMIDGt WRAID 21 Cooking experts outraged; Peanut butter., pizza 'purgatory' By LOUISE COOK NEW YORK (AP) Cooking experts and fancy food fans are predictably piqued at a nutri- tionist's suggestion that the menu of the future may be founded on such things as pea- nut butter and pizza. said one cook- Ing teacher; said another. "A rash commented a gourmet shop manager; sneered a restaurant owner. The suggestion came from Dr. George C. Graham of John Hopkins University. He pre- dicted that modern technology would enable women to spend less time in the kitchen and to serve nutritional diets composed of "hand pizzas, rolls and pastry. The forerunners of the future, Graham contended, are ham- burgers and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. A spot check of professional cooking experts, gourmet shops and others dealing in fancy foods showed reaction ranging from dismay to outrage. CALLED ART Julia Child, whose syndicated TV show introduced thousands to the intricacies of haute cuis- ine, commented: "What a deplorable, misera- ble situation to live butter sandwiches and pizzas. Cooking is a creative art and people, particularly young peo- ple, are beginning to find it out." Maurice M o o r e -B e 11 y, a Briton who runs a cooking school in New York and who re- cently wrote a cookbook, said of the suggestion; "My reaction is horror. I don't see why fine cooking should die out any more than people should give up painting or music." What does he think of a diet of peanut butter and pizza? "It would be said Moore-Betty. "I can't imagine anything worse." One of the few exceptions to the general dismay was Gra- ham Kerr, the "Galloping Gour- met" television chef with the casual approach to complicated recipes. In a telephone interview from Bournemouth, England, Kerr said of the new food, "It's got to happen. If we don't take some sort of rational approach to in- depth agriculture, only the very, very rich will be able to eat nat- food. What is considered good food today is going to be prohibitively expensive." Besides, lie said, "I predict that within 25 years 60 per cent of the people will be living on pills and a milky substance ob- tained from roots." University accused PHILADELPHIA (AP) A women's group at the Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, charging there is not one woman full pro- fessor at the college, has filed a complaint with the state human relations commission accusing the school of systematic dis- crimination against women. The complaint, filed Friday in Philadelphia, charges inequities in hiring, promotion, salary, personal benefits and admission practices. The action was announced at a news conference Monday by Carol Tracy, president of Women for" Equal Opportunity, a 350-member organization of faculty members, administra- tors, secretaries, custodial em- ployee- and students at Penn. The complaint charges that the university systematically promotes men to higher posi- tions than women and generally gives women employees lower pay and fewer fringe benefits. GLASSES FOR FUN When sunglasses and fun glasses emerged as top-selling fash- ion accessory items, consumers became confused by the enormous variety of glasses available and often bought without regard for quality or eye health. Both types-for fun and for sun-are shown here by model Jean Shrimpton. For fashion and fun but not for the sun (left) is a new light-tint fashion eye-wear design. It combines simple lines with optically correct plastic lenses. "Black Metal" (right) is a Ray-Ban sunglass fea- turing well-fitting frames and dark lenses of impact-resistant glass. of- local k appenincj-A Lethbridge Family Y's Man to Man program will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Topic for the evening is ecology, with speakers Dr. Paul D. Lewis, Jr., assistant professor of biological sciences, and Dr. 0. G. Deatherage, assistant pro- fessor of psychology; both from the University of Lethbridge. The Anne Campbell Singers will hold a bake sale Thursday, Oct. 28, in the College Mall, convened by Terry Wolsey and Linda Wilde. Proceeds will support the On to Europe fund. Laurel Chapter No. 43, Order of the Eastern Star, will ob- serve its 50th anniversary with a tea and bake sale from 2-5 p.m. Saturday in Soulhminster Hall, with Mrs. E. G. Ward and Mrs. H. Caiman as co-con- veners. Receiving the guests will be Mrs. S. J. Sailer, worthy ma- tron, Mrs. D. Dalquist, asso- ciate matron, Mr. A. F. Smith, worthy patron, Mrs. C. Miron, THE iWOW OF SNACKS past grand matron and Mr. H. G. Stretton, past grand patron. Pouring honors will be shared by the Mesdames P. Morris, 0. A. Frache, S. Cherry, R. Gil- mour, A. Snowdon, L. S. Tur- cotte, A. Baines and Miss G. Eaines. Convening the tea tables will be Mrs. L. J. Harris, and Mrs. P. Lewko will be in charge of the pantry table. Tea tickets are under the di- rection of Mrs. W. Rea and Mrs. J. P. Talbot and will be avail- able at the door, from Mrs. L. W. Sorensen, Mrs. W. J. Rich- ards, Mrs. L. DeVries or Miss E. Talbot. A door prize draw will be held, and everyone is invited. The regular meeting of Do- minion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will be held at 8 p.m. Thurs- day in the Oddfellows Hall. Visitors welcome. Members of Dominion Rebe- kah Lodge No. 41 will hold a sewing tea at 8 p.m. Wednes- day in the home of Mrs. Ed Stockdale, 1415 9th Ave. S. Vis- itors most welcome. Fort Maeleod square dancers will hold their regular dance at p.m. Wednesday, with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. All square dancers are welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups. Loyal Order of Moose will hold a card and dart evening at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Moose Hall. Members only. Milk River beginners' square dance group will hold their dance at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Eric Rivers School. Date changed for this week only. Wo- men are asked to please bring a box lunch. ANNUAL FALL TEA, DELICATESSEN, BAKE AND WORK TABLE SALE St. Peter and St. Paul's Parish Hall 12th Street B and 7th Avenue North Saturday, Oct. 16th to p.m. ADMISSION 50c DOOR PRIZE THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Stanley has toid me so much about you. Miss La Tour--your Karate lessons, your experiences in the CIA, your go-go dancing..." ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would like an honest answer from you. My wife and I celebrated our 35th wedding anni- versary last week. We have four married children. They all live in this city. On that very special day we received a card in the mail signed by all four children and their spouses. Is it petty of me to feel that they could have done a little more such as sending a plant, taking us out to dinner, or having us over to one ot their homes to celebrate the occasion? My wife didn't say much but she was unusually quiet and downcast the whole day. I took her to the finest restaurant and tried to make it a festive dinner but we both shared the unspoken thought that our children had let us down. What do you say? A Dad DEAK DAD: I say it's too bad when four children can't stir themselves to do something a little more imaginative than mail a card to their parents in honor of their 35th anni- versary. Who raised those vegetables? Confidential to Once Burned, Twice Sivy And Afriad To Chance It: Go ahead. Faint heart never won fair maid or anything else. 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. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a middle-aged widow. I spent 20 years with a drunken nut who made my life hell. After ho died I swore I'd never look at another man. A few months ago, out of the clear blue sky, I met a fine gentleman, who is everything I've been dreaming about all my life. I fell head-over-hecls in love and the feeling is mutual. Now for the hair in the gravy. He's mar- ried. He tells me his wife means nothing to him. He never gets R decent meal at home, let nlone love. She is a slob and a bore. The problem is he doesn't know how to go about telling her he wants out of Uicir marriage. You are awfully good with words, Ann. Will you put together the right ones? Thank Lil DEAR LIL: You want me to put together some words so 'you can givo them to your married lover so he can present them to his wife? Sorry, dear you rattled the wrong cage. It Mr. Evcrytliing wanted to marry you he'd have no trouble finding the right words. Please send inquiries and recpicsts to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60G11. GROCERY PH. 328-1751 Dare's chocolate chip, digestive, chocolate fudge Package of 4 COOKIES ORANGE TANG CHOCOLATE BARS GREEN BEANS LIGHT BULBS Peaches Assorted bag York French Cut....... 14-oz. tins 4, ,00 0 u ,00 40's, 60's, 100's 4 bulbs SOUP and SODAS UPTON'S Chicken Noodle 4V; 1.00; 2-lb. pkg. CHRISTIE'S Sodas Mrs. Milne's 14-oz. tins for 3, 95' Fruit Cocktail 2 Kon Tiki 28-01. tins for u Raisin Bread Bathroom Tissue SfllltlAII Paramount Pink, MU jumiuii holves Afor it Tomato Juice "S 4 for Vf FROZEN FOOD Cashmere Jams Berry Box I X S .............9-oz. jors w for w" 0 I TV Dinners Bd-rnurker: each 69c PRODUCE GRAPEFRUIT 6 99 BC Mac, Red or Delicious PRAPK El) Thompson Seedless or Red Tokay A Ibs. W W 1 s. I Red or Whit. Can.No.2 20-lb. bag MEATS PHONE 327-5295 CHUCK ROAST ,59' PORK BUTT ROAST Ground Beef n. 65c Sausage 57c Leaf bulk Ib. 55t Maple Leaf piece Ib. Bakery Ph. 327-2424 Parkerhouse Rolls Orange Loaf Cakes Bran Muffins ;