Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
-V< 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 12, 1973 use campaign launched This week marks the beginning of the 29th annual fund-raising campaign of the Unitarian Service Committee of Canada. The national project culminates Christmas day and it is hoped that, the target goal of will be raised through gifts and donations to the cause. Founded in July 1945. the LfSC is a government registered charitable organization and is non- denominational, non-political and non-racial. Through the years the USC has provided aid and self-help programs to thousands of destitute men. women and children. Life-saving shipments of warmth, barley, milk and medicines to countless per- sons overseas have been provided by sympathetic Canadians through the organization. But the USC still has press- ing commitments in Bangladesh and Korea for children's cardigans and pullovers of all sizes, and in the Middle East for layettes. The stitch-a-shirt for all children's sizes continues in great demand and patterns for these and other articles are available from USC head- quarters at 56 Sparks Street. Ottawa KIP 5B1. Among projects started by the service organization are direct aid for self-help pro- jects which enables com- munities to solve future problems through their own initiative. Appropriate training and educational opportunities are also given to children wherever funds allow. Take that and that and that! Although most of the patrons at the fall horse races preferred to lay odds on the ponies, these two imaginative young fellows found the setting perfect for a game of cowboys and Indians. Snow fences provided great rifles and enough cover to hide behind while they defended their territory. Shown left to right are Vincent and Barry Tunngy of Calgary. Walter Kerber photo Glass of wine replacing British cuppa LONDON (CP) The tradi- tional cup of tea is giving way to the glass of wine as British eating and drinking habits be- come more sophisticated, and BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jackpot S125 in 57 numbers 12 Games in 7 numbers 4th Bth Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards S1.00 3 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE there is less bread-and-potatd "stodge" in the average Briton's diet than ever before. A government survey cov- ering the period 1955 1955 being the first full year after wartime rationing was finally shows Britons are eating less beef and fish and more poultry and eggs, a trend noticeable even before the price of beef became an international talking-point. It has often been said that rationing brought a far more healthy diet to most Britons than they had ever known, with the ration-book bringing rich and poor alike the same wellbalanced if sparse weekly menu and abolishing the social extremes of seven- course meals. DRINK MORE But statistics compiled by the agriculture ministry over SAVE ON THESE GREAT PLAYTEX STYLES CROSS YOUR HEART STAYLESS LONG LINE BRA Style 265 without Bones or 3-1-40B; 34-42C Regular Price- SfJ.OO SALE PRiCE S7.99 LIVING'LONG LINE BRA Style 261 Nylon cups. Cation Straps, Elastic sides and back to give you full support. 3'1-IOB; Regular Price SALE PRICE S7.99 cups- moro) DOUBLE DIAMONDS AVERAGE LEG PAMTY Style 2822 -S, M. L Rogular Price S15.00 SALE PRICE GIRDLE Style 2830 S, M. L, XL' Regular Price SALE PRICE S9.99 -Sl.OOmor..-) LONG LEG PANTY Style 2834 -S.M.L.XL" Regular Price S1S.OO SALE PRICE S12.99 (XL" more) I CAN'T BELIEVE ITS A GIRDLE Style 2500-M, L. 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Vegetable consumption also rose by 17 per cent a head over 1955. There was an enormous in- crease in soft per cent up on beer- drinking also rose by 49 pints a head, or nearly a pint a week more. The 1972 intake of tea. eight pounds a head, was the lowest since 1948. but coffee con- sumption more than trebled in the period under review. LIKE CANNED FOODS British housewives have also taken avidly to frozen and canned foods but are not neglecting fresh fruit. Shopp- ing baskets in 1972 contained 11 per cent more fruit than in the mid-1950s. Oddly enough, butter consumption, which rose to a 20pound peak in 1967, WeeWhimsv showed little variation at 15 pounds a year from 1955 levels. Of I 1 bkvlab Karen Esulln will be sent The original art for her quote. Send your child's quotation to this paper a prank HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) A woman stowaway aboard the Skylab space station? The astronauts tried to make mis- sion control here think so. The centre was running smoothly when a woman's voice beamed down from the orbiting laboratory: "Hello. Houston, this is Skylab. Are you reading me down Silence fell in the control centre. Everyone looked sur- prised. "Hello. Houston, are you reading the sexy- sounding voice repeated. Capsule communicator Robert Cippen overcame momentary surprise and replied: "Ann, Skylab, this is Houston. I heard you all right. But I had a little dif- ficulty recognizing your voice. Who've we got on the line that you down there. the woman's voice asked. "This is Helen here in Skylab. The boys haven't had a home-cooked meal in so long I thought 1 would bring one up. Over." "Roger. Crippen said. "I think someone has to be nulling my leg. Helen, is that really A centre spokesman later explained that Garriott had recorded the voice of his wife, Helen, during a private radio conversation. She made it sound realistic by describing forest fires in California and "just beautiful" sunrises. 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Her own menu consists of a pound of mung beans at 39 buckwheat seed at seskhheaspoons of kelp for four cents, a pound.of sesame seeds for 39 cents and two pounds of wheat for 10 cents, two pounds of wheat for 10 cents. Dr. Wigmore also eats organically grown fruits and vegetables plus cereals made from such seeds as buckwheat and sunflowers. She eats no meat or dairy products and no cooked foods of any kind. threw out my stove five years she says. Her contention is that natural food gives the body a "fresh start after years of pollution from foods which have been chemically fertiliz- ed and artificially cultivated. "We have accepted disease and old age the doctor claims. "There is no reason to. "I've never been sick for 12 years and I don't know what pain means any more. Disease is unnatural. "Every person has a birthright to be full of energy and enthusiasm. You can live indefinitely if the body is given proper food to regenerate itself. Her Hippocrates health in- stitute, which can accom- modate 20 people at a time, concentrates on her 'natural food' diet, meditation and ex- ercise. She says she has cured cases considered beyond im- provement by the medical profession. Some of the world's most interesting statistics cross my desk from time to time. Today I had a letter from Westinghouse (who just happen to sell dishwashers) i v informing me that a family of four uses about dishes'a year and that the homemaker in the family performs the dis- hwashing chore times -a year. I guess that must be the great wall of china we used to hear so much about. Sept. 30, they tell me, is Womanhood Day. Womanhood Day is an effort to preserve feminity, marriage and family life. It is hoped that the day will be the door to a better life, with a good year to follow in which women will try to accomplish more in their careers in th.e home, according to the Andelin Foundtion for Educa- tion in Family Living. The foundation aims at help- ing women find happiness and fulfilment in the home, which they feel is best achieved through happy marriage. The foundation invites women to observe their special day by wearing a feminine dress and his favorite hairdo; planning a delicious meal around his favorite dishes; smiling: finding time to be alone with him; and arranging a family affair which includes the children. I sometimes wonder if there is any way to work out a happy marriage between womanhood and liberation. While Dr. Wigmore is look- ing the other way, how about whipping up some Bacon and Egg Fried Rice? 1 egg lb. bacon 6 rups cooked rice Vz cup diced onion Vz Cup sliced mushrooms (drained if canned) 1 cup frozen peas 1 tsp salt 1 tblsp soya sauce IVz to 2 tsp.MSG 1 cup chopped lettuce Scramble egg until dry and set aside. Rinse cooled rice with cold water and drain well. Cut bacon into quarter- inch pieces, across the strips. Pan-fry until crisp. Drain off excess fat. 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