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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 WE IETHBRIDGS HERAtD Wednesday, September 9, 1970 Designed To Make Family Ends Meet Custom-Made Budgets And Menus NEW YORK (AP) A month's worth of menus, cus- tom-tailored by computer for in- dividual familes, is being of- fered by a California food com- pany to millions of housewives trying to feed their families nu- tritionally as well as economi- cally. The offer is called the We'll Help You Make It program. It's being sponsored by Hunt-Wes- son Foods, Inc., which says its objective is to help families live successfully within their food budgets while understand- ing and meeting necessary ni tritional standards. Edward Gelsthorpe, Hun Wesson president, says tli cost free program will sen family budg e t s ranging froir under. a week to more tha a week. He said people every income group are ex pected to participate. The program works this wa> A housewife sends Hunt-Wes son a coupon that is containe in its newspaper and magazin advertisements or available food stores, noting the amour of money budgeted for a week' I Suggests That You PUT AN END TO CLOTHESLINE BACKACHE! Compare General Electric's Quality Engineered Features: I WAYNE BAKER GAS DRYER! LIMITED OFFER GAS THE CLEAN EFFICIENT HEAT Perma Press Cycle Tims Cycle Up To 14D Minutes Three Heat Selector Safety Start Door Switch Porcelain Drum G.E. Factory Service Anywhere In Southern Alberto PAY AS LITTlf AT PE" MONTH s 209 GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE APPLIANCES TV CENTRE 319 7th STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-1673 Free Delivery Anywhere In South Alberta n No Down Payments First Payment In December groceries and the number of persons in the household in each age category. A computer then goes to work on this informa- tion to design 90 meal plans for that family's needs. A readout is mailed to the household. With the various menus devel- oped by Hunt-Wesson's kitchen staff, about 750 different menu plans could result to cover a va- riety of situations, the company says. For those who might look askance at the impersonality of computer planned meals, a let- ter accompanying the sample computerized menus emphasiz- ed that the menu plan is just a guide. Official Opening Of Golden Mile Drop-In Centre Major Andy Anderson will of- ficially open the Golden-Mile Drop In Centre on Oct. 6 at p.m. Director Dorothy Anderson said everyone is invited to at- tend the ceremony at the cen- tre, 1011 4th Ave. S., which has been open since April. Featured speaker will be Mrs. Thelma Scambler, department of social development in Ed- monton. Other guests will be Carl Brucker of the Silver and Gold Centre in Medicine Hat and Rose Yellow F.eet of the Lethbridge Native Drop-In Cen- tre. There will also be a demon- stration of occupational ther- apy followed by light musical entertainment and lunch. "If you'd rather serve th 14th day's dinner on day 6, g it says. "Or shuffle a of the menu ideas until yo have a plan that pleases yoi You're the one who has to liv with it." Actually, a housewife ma find the shopping hints on Hi computer readout sheet of grea value even if she doesn't follow the menu plan. The letter that accompanie the computer sheet with it menus, recipes, and shoppin hints points out th a t grocer stores spend a great deal money each week advertisin special and sale items and thi information should be taken at vantage of. Make a list of the items tha attract you and try to create few days' menus around them This could be the beginning o some big savings for you. "Always stay flexible w h i 1 shopping. You may have bee planning to serve pot roast fo dinner, but when you get to th store you might find an unac vertised special on lamb. For about the pot roast. Th name of the game is savin money." Other advice is more specific The tip printed next to a dinne menu which has as its mai course baked pork chops make point that shoulder por chops cost less than loin o centre cut chops, but cook jus as tender when simmered o Daked. DISEASE PREVENTIVE Cut old hollyhock stems back to the ground so their leave, wont' infect new plants with rust. Lethbridge Association For The Mentally Retarded Proudly Present '71 FASHIONS In WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23rd--8.30 p.m. YATES CENTRE WE'RE MOVING We are preparing to move to our new location in the Centre Village Mall HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ARE NOW REDUCED TO CLEAR Check Our Bargain Bar of Super Savings! Here is an example: SUMMER TOYS NOW REDUCED TO REG. PRICE LJUULJUULJU FAIV1ILV SHOPPING 426 6th STREET SOUTH FASHION PUZZLE Times have changed and so have women's fashions or have they? Here are eight fashions, three from the late 1940's and five from this year's most recently showings. Can you pick the three old styles? PUD E 'I JSMsuy) 4- winy HERE IS AN INVITATION TO SAVE 20% to 50% ON Watches and Jewellery at their finest. PEOPLES CREDIT JEWELLERS' I MOVING SALE at 321A 6th Street South See Us Soon In The CENTRE VILLAGE-13th St. North EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT DELAY We offer for your choice magnificent selections never before offered in such great variety. Here is a partial list. We urge you to see and buy tomorrow. You'll be glad you took our advice. Use your credit. SAVE THE WORLD'S MOST WANTED WATCHES By Bulova, Rolex, Elgin, Omega, Vantage, Bert mar, Timex Your choice of every new style and de- sign. All are unconditionally guar- L OT anieed. Reg. 7.95 to 375.00. NOW to SAVE 10KT and 14KT GOLD RINGS ladies' and gents' birthstone rings, signet rings, wed- ding rings. Choice offers designs and siyles of singular beauty and rare character. 7 CA 1 Ifl ftft Were 9.95 to 200.00. NOW to I JU.WV SAVE 25% TO 50% Cultured Pearl Strands, Precious-look Costume Jewellery, pierced and screw back earrings, pins, loops, broaches, bracelets, crosses and chains, rosaries, lockets, safety chains. 56.00 SAVE 25% ON LADIES' AND GENTS' BOUTIQUE Leather goods, dresser sets, gents' fitted cases, binoc- ulars, cigarette cases, Parker Pen Sets, lighters and hair brushes, etc. SAVE 25% TO 50% on Corningware, Giftware and China. Ail odd pieces pottery, crystal or glass; tea sets, carafe sets, cups and saucers, liquor dispensers, hollowarc, wooden giflware, stainless steel serving pieces hundreds of beautiful things, Reg. 3.00 1 JTA JC AA NOW fo fo 75.00. NOW SAVE 25% TO 50% ON GENTS' JEWELLERY Anson tie Jacs, cuff links, tie bar and clips. 2.95 14.95 From 3.95 to 19.95. NOW SAVE ELECTRIC SHAVERS Choice of Ronson, Schick, Remington and 1 A OO philishave. From 13.95. NOW FROM I U. JZ SAVE 20% TO 30% ON DINNERWARE Imported English complete dinner sets. Services for 6, 8, 12. Earthenware. Every dinner set, including our famous 126-piece dinner service for 1 C I jo 100.00. SAVE 20% Housewares, Electric Appliances, Power Units; electric kettles, irons, heaters, hot plates; fans, hair dryers; loaster ovens, deep fryers, coffee votuurn cleaners, electric brooms, floor polishers. SAVE 25% ON STAINLESS STEEL COOKWARE Cutlery, nationally famous silverplate; steak sets, carving sets; alarm clocks, wall clocks, mantel clocks. Reg. 4.95 o JP