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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETIIBRIDGE HERAID Solurcloy, Oclobor M, 1977 Hundreds of meals served by university iood services Uy AIAUFIEEX .IAMIF.SON Editor of ICO different entrees every HUTO said Mr. Powles- laml. "Krcakfapls art1 served a la carle, made to order, and lunches and suppers .ire lian- Students at Uie university do tlieir bit in the fight against pollution by ordering spagliolli sauce or sloppy joos at Hie caf- died on the steam (able line. eteria. according Bub offer five different hot entrees Fowlesland. day. Mr. Posvlesland, Itousing atul j food son-ices manager at the University of Lethbricige, opor- neighborhood of S10.000 a month in Kven though enrolment .tc-s with a staff of IB full- and js tliis year, production about 12 part-time employees, j sajos ,iave' including students. "Beef items are Ihe most pop- do close to meals n day, not counting slier t order "Most stapU, gtxxls comc and breakfast and we never from a Iocal wholesaler. The put out leftover he. majority Of things, except lyeati said. j and linen, are handled locally. "We strip them, and wliat can "Equipment-wise, we use Cal- be, is recycled bread goes to gary SUppiicrs. breadcrumbs. "We get our bread from Cal- Powleslanci, i month on "In the steam table he explained, "we hope there are no leftovers, but the items are geared so Ll'-ey can be recycled. Fur example, meal loaf left over is ground into spaghetti sauce or sloppy joes. "We offer in thc neighborhood Successful Living Begins In TUESDAY'S CHINOOK said Mr, We spend bread items, wliich is included in our figure. enough operation to employ Hs own butcher or last all special meat-cutting equipment. Hut an attempt is being made to reduce moat costs h> cutting pork loins into chops ard slicing steaks on ttic de parlment'.s hiph band saw, recently installed at a cost Of Food services ?till does not make its own stew or ham- burger patties or the like, but "we estimate in a year we should pay for the lie said. "We get meat deliveries two times a week and staples three times a week, keeping tbe in- ventory to a minimum. "Wo don't buy in carload lot1: It's cheaper, but spoilage i high, and we lack space. If we do buy in large quantities, I have the supplier hold he explained. "The greater the inventory The meat item is tbo heav- tbe greater the pilferage. You iest. That, would be fifty per cent of the cost." This is also shipped from out- of-town, be said, ami is bought "in portion cuts." Food Sfcvices, according to Mr. Powlesland, is not a big Unifarm women's activities kr.ow what's in your lower in- ventory, and we curbed what little pilferage there wi through lighter controls." The student voice comes in loud and clear when it tomes to ordering siiDplies, Mr. Powle land pointed nut. "The kids want us to Iwycott Kraft, because they feel Kmft is exploiting small Ir future, the department will avoid using this brand when- ever possible. Even ttie loss picture Is look-1 ing pretty rosy at the univer- sity's food service department I the.se days. j "We budgeted for a j deficit for the first year, and only lost said Mr. Powlesland. ADD A DASH OF WATER, AND Jim toishmon, head cook at the Univ.crsily of lethbridge food services department, 51 irs the concentrated stock base for will shortly become a gianl-sized kettle of soup. Ftrvm, photo A Calendar Of Local happenings family life by MAUREEN JAMIHSON Doris Clark Do you tomelimei wonder why the people you care about tfo tha things iViey do? li your own family problem getting you down, or Ii it o question of that it puziling you? Read offered to and other h if man dilem- mas by Cone da'i advice columnist, a journalist wilh pro- fesiional training Fn social work ond wide experience in the field. Doris Clark's feature, Suceeji- ful Living, beg in J In Tuesday'j edition of Tho Chinook, Watch for It At a recent meeting of the McNally Women of Unifarm, repor is were gi ven on t he club's activities. Two young people Debbie Boulton and Susan Harker, were sponsored by the group to attend Gold Eye summer camp. First place in a song writing contest for the Unifarm AVom- en of AJberla was won for the McNally group, by Evelyn Mur- ray and Lois Grant. Plans for thc future include a community family supper lo be held Nov. 3 at the McNaliy school at p.m. and whist and bridge to be sponsored dur- ing the winter months. Persons in the community who have 10 or 11 year-old girls interested in the 4-H Clothing Club are asked to contact Mona Murray, IWeeWhimsv The Minus One Club will hold tre. The convention report nil! on events planned for the com- a bowling party at Ihe Glen-; he given, as well as important j ing year, dale Bowl, Momby at p.m. announcements. Bingo will bcj played and lunch served. Trans- j porlation may arranged hy i phoning the secretary at 327-, 3204, before noon Monday. All! members, new members arid friends welcome. HAVE YOU RELATIVES AND FRIENDS IN THE UK? Then you will probably be send- Irvj prwenfs this yezr. Lr-f u> iave yau all trans-AtlarJic shipping cosli and the problems of buying ard packaging. Simply send this ed with i3rcchur3 containing over ICO gill alt at curj-enf U K. re'ail Our unique, first class service In- girt 'A'rapplrvg, no until 30 tisyt. alter delivery trf gxds, and full bacV, guar- antee if completely satisfied, KINGFISHER GIFT SERVICES, Hillside Hcuie, 41 Ruiper Rd., Korsham, Sussex, England The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to the Ixithhridge Auxiliary Hospital, will be held in the Mcn- at 2 p.m. A gooci atten- dance is requested. Southminsier Circle Square Dance Club learners' group will dance Monday at a p.m. in Southminsler hall. Women asked to please bring a lunch. FOUND out fairly early in life that the course of true love doesn't run smoothly. My first love affair almost turned ine off men for life. 'Ibc object of my affection was a sophisticated older man, a doctor of 25, who didn't even know we shared the same planet. in fairness, though, I must admit that at 14, I was not the type of woman to leave a man breath- less at first glance. With stringy pigtails, navy gym bloomers and holey black woollen stockings, I in no way stood out from Ihe rest of Ihe girls in my class. Ho unnoticed, I worshipped from afar and dream- ed that someday, magically transformed into the world's most beautiful creature, 1 would suffer nobly while he cured me of some mysterious malady. Then one red letter day, 1 developed the measles. Nurse rushed me into bed at the school san. and phoned HIM. He came, jammed a thermometer in my mouth and poured some vile tasting stuff down my throat, and left me in seventh heaven. I'd actually met him! There were seven or eight of us in the sick room at the time, so he dropped in regularly to keep his eye on an assorted collection of mumps, measles and tonsils. In those days, you didn't walk back from Ihe operating room after a heart transplant, so my little red blobs kept me anchored to my bed for quite some time. Came the fateful morning when I rang for a piece of essential equipment. (Nowadays it's made from stainless steel ami comes lo your bed either boiling hot or freezing cold. Either way it takes a circle of your hide with it when it Rut in those days it was made from some kind of pottery or china. I sat down rather heavily, and the thing shatter- ed under my weight. hero rushed to my side. I lay on my stomach while he tweezed stray slivers out of my posterior and glued me back together with great gobs of adhesive tape. I For several days I lay face down on ihe bed while my wounds healed and my pride didn't. Bitter- ly I brooded on tiie callousness of the male animal in general and the clay feet of my idol in particular. The affair was over. For how could a mature, fourteen-year-old wom- an love a man insensitive enough to bellow with The regular monthly lunch- con of the Christian Women's Club wiil be hold Monday at p.m. at Svcn Kfieksen's ''nniily Ke.-laurant. Special feature will be fall flcral ar- rangements by Fraches Flor- ists. Music by ileancMc ar.ci Ingrid Frouws: sneaker is Assumption CWL v.ili hold the annual fall tea, bazaar and I bake sale Saturday. Oct. 21, from 2 to p.m. in tho church ball. Everyone come. Southmins'.er will hold a used and usable sale 'fhnrs- 'day Oct. in from (1 to p.m. and again oil laughter over one of life's greatest tragedies0 ana out of town Chapter, Order of tbe Ka-stern Star, No. 45 v.ill hold Ihe fall lea and bake sale Sat- The regular meeting of the Lcthhriclgc Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children Mrs. Ivy Owens. Eahysitting 1 will be held Tuesday at All welcome. For res- p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family ervations, please call 327-5979. Restaurant. The Ladies of the Order of I Friday Oct. 20 i from lo I p.m. There will I be items ot used clothing for men women and (M n from 2 (o _- also books, jswellei-y, small ap- I piiances. household fur- niture, etc. OUTDEs ARE FLEXIBLE MOXTEIEAL (CP) Girl Guides organization is not a thing of the past hut rnther one of [he few movements that is flexible and applicable to r-very country in Die says Prin- cess I.ousanne of one of the movement's leaders. There are more tiian six million guides in 01 countries. (he Hoya! Purple will hold dec- oration day Sunday at 2 p.m. Those women aliending are asked to be at the Elk's Hail at p.m. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, affiliated with the Provincial and National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, will meet Wednesday at p.m. in Gym 2, in Ihe civic cen- The pantry laole is under tha direction of Mrs. Mary Oswald and Mrs. Margaret McLean. Mrs. Helen McNab is in Soiithminster church hall.' charge of the kitchen arrange- Servers for the day uill be Mes- mcnts. dames: Milk River Belles 'n Beaux Square Dance Club will hold the reg-iilar dance Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Erie Rivers school. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The Assumption Home and School Association will meet Monday at p.m. There will be an election of officers fol- lo-.veci by time lo meet the tea- chers. Mr. .terry Heck, prin- cipal of the school, will speak THE BETTER HALF By Barnes ''Clippers on the side ond 52.50 of analysis of the situation." St. Michael's Hospital Ladies Auxiliary will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in tha nurses' residence. Members are reminded lo bring articles for the bake sale to be held Tuesday. A good atten- dance is requested. Beta Sigma Phi v.ill hold a fall fashion show, Profile, Tues- day and Wednesday, at I! p.m. at tho Yates Memorial Centre. The music and art depart- ment of the Mathesis Club will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. 0. Williams, 532 loth St. S. The Women's Auxiliary' to the Lethbridg will hold Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the nurses' residence lounge. A good attem'ance is requested. M. Lloyd, A, G. Ecclcs, T. B. lanson, C. Sherwood, M. Me- Municipal Hospital the regular meeting Give a Little Holiday Love This Christmas... Great Occasions Call for Portraits! Specially priced holiday portraits set in deluxe greeting folders. Arrange for an ap- tpointment now and avoid disappointment. CROSS STURI SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0272 YOU HAVE MANY ADVANTAGES W HEN YOU DRYCLEAN AT "THE BIG KING KO1N" Synthetic solvent for original brightness Little pressing ATTENDED MON. FRI. p.m. PrR-spoMecl professionally Garments hung immediately lorgrst facility in Southern Alberta 1263 3rd Ave. S. (across from Elk! C ub) Plione 378-8944 The Whirl-A-V.'ays will hold a square and round dance in St. Augustine's parish hall Monday from 8 to p.m. Women arc asked to please bring a bnx i lunch. The Halloween quernde will he held Oct. The 191-1-iS T Veterans Association members will lake a trip to Fort Macleod Tues- j day. ilu.ses will leave Ihe I.e-! Imilding p.m. Any member v.ar.lint! to. make this trip is asked to contact Flor- ence Waliclcii, 327-5IV1 before Sunday evening. All of tho Chinook area arc reminded of thc regu- lar monthly training meeting at p.m.' Wednesday in the Scout Hall. Thc I-adies of thc Old Timers i I'eimnican Club will hold a J whist drive Tuesday ;d f! p.m. j at Ihe club rooms. Kveryosic j welcome. 'j he monthly of the j I.ionettes will he held at Svcn ICrich.sen's Family Tuesday at p.m. Wives of the I-ethbridge Lions are in- vited to attend these meetings. For further informalion phone the secretary at 328-KiM. Kay; H. Hunter, L. Toth, 0. H. Svercnes, W, Malmbcrg, W. Turner; J. 15. Neeley, D. Johnson, G. Lingard, J. B. Dick, M. Haynes. W. J. Richards; D. P. Derrick, J. R. A. R. N'iven, R. J. Leonard, L. j DeVrics, V. P. McDonald; Miss J. Hingland and Miss! Jean Term ant. Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will hold the annual hazaar I and tea Thursday from 2 to 5 j p.m. in the IOOF Hall. Receiving guests will be Mrs. Oliver Watmough, district dep- uty president and Mrs. Duncan j McNnb, vice grand of Dominion Rehekah Lodge No. 41. Mrs. Alex Hamilton and Mrs. j James Miller ore in charge of j the sewing tahle. I MORE GIRLS LONDON (API Census fig- ures show that Greater London has 108 girls for every 100 men. The ratio ranges from 100% girls per 100 men In the finan- cial district to 120 in Chelsea. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HAll 6th AVD. A and 13lh St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cardi for 1.00 or 230 Three 7 Number JACKPOT Free Gomes and rice Cordl DOOR PRIZE Gold cord] poy double money under 16 not ollowcd CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A S100 Blackout Bingo played for till won evciy Saturday plus Jackpolt JACKPOTS NOW AND y Cardi For or 25c each (lacaled Mexl