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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HBRIDGE September 14.1974 EARLY WEEK SPECIALS Mandarin Spaghetti Taste Tells in Tomato Sauce. 14 fl. oz. tin Salad Dressing Peanut Butter Empress Homogenized or Chunk 48 oz. net wt. tin Pineapple Taste Tells Sliced. Tidbit or Crushed. 14 fl. oz. tin Grape Jelly Salmon or Crabapple Empress 9 fl. oz. jar Sea Trader Sockeye 7% oz. net wt. tin Yogurt Lucerne Assorted Flavors. 8 oz. net wt. ctn. Asst'd Peas Detergent Skim Milk Powder 9" Lucerne Instant Canada No. 1.5lb. bio Orange Ice Cream Stir Assorted Rators 3 pint carton Bel Air Concentrate Frozen fl. oz. tin Fresh Bread 3s Skylark. Raisin White or Brown. 16 oz. net wl. ioat........... %iT ft Many More in Store Grocery Specials Effective Sept. 16 to Sales In Retail Quantities Only Copyright 1960, Canada Safeway Limited Lynne Van Luven Beryl makes an omlette Can you make an omelette out of 28 million rotten eggs? Beryl Pluptre says yes. Mind you, she does warn that it takes a great deal of stamina, a Jolly Green Giant-sized mixing bowl and a spoon about the size of a Viking's oar. Doughty lady that she is, Beryl promises that the finished dish will be well worth your trouble, if served the next time Eugene Wheland and the boys from the Egg Marketing Agency drop by unexpectedly for brunch. "It seems to be that such a dish would be eminiently suitable for a visitation by Eugene and the chairman of the Food Prices Review Board reputedly told world- renounced cooking editor, Sarah Spatula in an exclusive inter- view this week. "After all, Mr. Whelan like the eggs has been somewhat rank upon occasion." A lady of discreet good taste. Sarah found it difficult to pose the next question: "Mrs. Plumptre, as much as I admire your inventiveness and desire to waste as little food as possible, isn't it possible your aged egg omelette might be just a little, er, "Oh. well I suppose if you're cooking for one of those fin- nicky eaters whose idea of a spicy meal is consomme and blarr mange responded Mrs. Plumptre, readjusting her chef's hat. "However, I do find that a pinch of garlic, a dollop of onion salt and just a soupcon of tarragon is all the distraction my "Eggs Renegade" require." Looking just a tinge green by this time, Sarah's next ques- tion was a natural: "Don't you find that the er, essence, of such an egg dish is somewhat. well somewhat high and Mrs. Plumptre looked triumphant, "but one over- comes that problem by cooking the eggs over an outdoor grill, barbecue stye. "Mr. Whelan is nothing better than your typical over-weight North American gourmand, whose idea of an exotic meal is franks and beans. He's a serf, a peasant, who doesn't realize what potential delicacies he's tossing to the four con- tinued Mrs. P. in an absolute funk. inquired Sarah queasily. "Typical of him, he blunders into a potentially exportable item and blows the whole thing. I mean, 100 and 1000 year-old eggs made Chinese cuisine famous, as did Bird's Nest Soup. Eugene and the clucks from the Egg Marketing Agency come across eggs a few weeks at worst, a few months old and panic, throwing out a fortune." "Has Mr. Whelan tasted your "Eggs Renegade" yet Mrs. "So far, Sarah, he's declined all my specially engraved in- vitations to Sunday brunch. But I'm not insulted, you know. Even though he's not sat down to table, he's still managed to get egg all over his face." THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "If 1 were you, I'd lay off fried food for awhile, maybe for only the next 50 years though." HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture. Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 AVE. S. CASHHNGO TOMGHT, SHIMMY O'dOCH HUNGARIAN OLD HMOS HALL A J100 BtekM lap tvtry Silvrtfff pta MtBfctr jKfcpiU JACKPOTS NOW AND 195 5 Cants fir or 25e sick (Located to No. 1 S210 JACKPOT IN SI NUMBERS fret MCti or S CmOt SI The Lethbridge Sketch Club FALL CLASSES Tuesdays: Commencing Sept. 17th Instructor: AW Bogusky Thursdays: Commencing Sept. 19th Instructor: Susan Bobbins Registration at Classes Free members workshop: Wednesdays p.m. All Classes from fo p.m. at The Bowman Arts Centre -The Herald Family B.C. ministers upset by women's study guide COURTENAY, B.C. (CP) of the Comox Valley Ministerial Associa- tion on western Vancouver Island have labelled as perverse and "an appalling dis- tortion of the truth" a study guide on women published by the British Columbia Teachers' Federation for suggested use in Grade 11 and 12. The clergymen have asked for a meeting as soon as possible with school superinten- dent Reg Cox to discuss the document, prepared by the status of women in Van- couver. It is titled Women's Studies Course, out- line for Grades 11 and 12. A copy of the document was circulated at this week's school board meeting. The board referred it to its educational committee for study and report at the next board meeting Oct. 14. Accompanying the document at the board meeting was a letter from Rev. Garwood Rentz of Courtenay in which he says significant portions of the document, particularly the sections on religion, "are unscholarly, propagandist, historically inaccurate and seriously at variance with the standards and values of a majority of citizens in this community." He quotes from the outline: "Women attained great power and influence in the Roman empire but all that was swept away by the rising tide of rhristianitv S Christianity." "It was the Christian church itself which initiated and carried forward the bitter campaign to debase and enslave the women of Europe." "Women were more highly esteemed as persons by the pagans than they have ever been by the Christians." "Through St. Paul, the Jewish tradition, savagely anti feminist, was affirmed." Mr. Rentz said the Roman Empire was characterized by slavery, brutality and debasement of women. The rapid spread of the Christian church was partly due to its radically new style of living in which all were accepted, regardless of sex, social and economic standing, he added. "Undoubtedly there is a need in our society for the study of women's Mr. Rentz said. "But to teach children in our schools that the plight of women is due to Christianity, when in fact the abandon- ment of Christianity has been the cause, is to propagate a lie of such huge proportions that the people of this community will not tolerate. "I and others concerned with the quality of family and community life in the Comox Valley, seek from you and others responsi- ble for education the assurance that the women's studies course will not be used in our schools in its present inaccurate and propagandist form." SPIRIT OF I LONDON MEXICO CRUISES 4 Day to 14 Day Cruises STARTING OCT. 15th The British Cruise line STEAMSHIP COSTS STARTING AT (8 Days) THOMAS WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE 309-5th Street South Phone 329-3336 Beautiful... Strong... and on Sale! 30% Savings on ROYAL DOULTON Fine Bone China Who can ask for anything more. Imagine: a fine Jwine china wlJection at 305? Savings! Hold Royal DouJton's 'Kind of Loving' to the light and see <3rli- catc transJtKency as ycnir hand shows through. to youll get years and years of no-chip vcrvite from inch Minwy white KngliMi fine hone china. Iffi the foUowtnQ But what Royal Dmifom's 'Kiw!