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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta gO 'HE IETHBRIDG6 HERALD Thursday, September 28, 1972 Clumsy shoes big fashion hit PARIS (Renter) Shoes clumsy enough to make a sol- dier's combat boot look as deli- cate as a ballerina's slippei; are among Ihe newest styles in footwear destined for Ihe trendy youth brigade next year. Footwear stood high on a plat- form at the SOtli annual Interna- tional Paris Leather Fair held here recently. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "If you had wanted a livelier husband, you should have sent in more boxtops." Soles measured two to three riches high, balanced by outsize iccls or wedges lowering up lo >ix inches. Despite drastic increases In he price of both raw and Iressed leather, exhibitors rom 43 countries showed llieir wares at Ihe fair, which cstab- ishcd trends for next summer and set the scene as far ahead as winter 1973. KEEN U.K. INTEREST Brilain sent its largest contin- gent firms all anxious to gain a Common Market foot- huld before their country for- mally enters the market in .'Jan- uary. A South American embargo on the export of raw skins es- tablished earlier this year lias seriously affected the interna- tional supply of leathers. Snakes kin and reptiles are also in short supply for ecolog- ical reasons. A British tanner advocaled the idea of eslablish- ing reptile farms in Asia or Af- rica to meet the current de- mand for exotic natural skins. Check These Birthday CeSebfatson Specials Swag Lamps Choice of colors. Birthday Solo French Provincial lamp Tobies Fruitwcad finish. Birthday Sale Queen Size Mattress and Box Spring 1 only. Slighlly damaged. Mfgrs. sugg. list Birlhday Sale 10 cu. ft. Refrigerator Ideal for small space. Birthday Salo Enter your name for a chance to win a Serta 54" Sertapedic Mattress and Box Spring. (Retail Value or a Fleerwoad 19" Black and White portable TV (Retail value .50 7-Piece Metal Dinette Table tmd 6 Chairs 29 Table 36" lo Birlhday Sale, 7 pieces Sealy Posturepedic Queen Size Mattress and Simmons queen lize box spring. Slightly soiled. Birthdny Sale, 2 pieces Beauty Rest Quilt Top Mattress Mfgn. sugg. list 129.50. Birthday Salo 7-Piece Living Room Group Includes 2-piece chesterfield suito, 1 Hep tables, 1 matching table, 2 table lamps. Birthday Sale, 7 pieces Simmons Simco-pedic Unit 54" size. A real quality extra firm unit. Mfgrs. sugg, lUt Birthday Sale, unit Serta Dream Rest Queen Size Mattress 1 3 A end Box Spring. Birthday Sola Birthday Celebration Values at .50 542 13th St. North, Lethbridge Phone 328-1151 SEE THE NEW CHESTERFIELD SUITES THAT HAVE JUST ARRIVED Colonial, Modern Contemporary Styles in Velvets, Florals and Nylons BIRTHDAY SALE PRICED Beauiyrest Back Care Mattress and Base QQ I only. Floor sample. 54" size. Mfgrs. list Birthday Sale 30" Enterprise Gas Range The finest range made. Mfgrs. sugg. list Birthday Sale WW 4-Piece Hollywood Bed Ensemble Single ciia Serla and box spring. Vinyl headboard, mclal CJlJ frame. 4-pieca unit. Birthday Sola Used Kitchen Suite, Bed Units, Spin-Washer ALL BIRTHDAY PRICED Spanish Styling Good quality maVes Itiii attract] va 3-pce. bedroom iuEte a good buy at the Birthday Sale of Solid Elffl in colonial lingle drawer, 4 drawer chest and 54" jpindla bed. Birthday Sale, 3 pieces Purlin ore 'a" we have put KeClinerS sale on iSem. A good lime to have one reserved for Chrislmai, Priced ai low o% STORE HOURS -9-6 Daily, 9 9 Thursday and Friday Free Parking on Sidorsky's Paved Lot iviny FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN Have you a problem as a ma-1 Half the women who work, the ure woman, or with one? For Labor Department says, do so advice write Margaret Brook- t t ,inancial iclcl, Information Centre on the Mature Woman, 3 West 57th .treet, New York, N.Y. 10019. Husband Says No Dear Margaret Brookfielil: I get so depf.-essed some times. At the beginning of each month after buying our gro- ceries and paying the bills we have so little money left. There's hardly anything for clothing and shoes. I wanted to get a job, but my husband says no. He claims that my going to work would mean he cannot keep us. As it is, he works very hard, sometimes as much as 65 hours a week. What can I do to make him change mind about my working? I've been thinking about going to a psycliiatrist, but cannot afford one. R.O Dear H.O.: Some men are still living in the stone age. They think they're fearless hunters wlx siflglehandedly must feed ant sustain their families. The} overlook the fact that a sub stantial number of women to- day are working outside th home. (About 33 million men are currently in the labo force; with thB majority be tween the ages of 45 and 54 PLUGGED IN BABY Nurse Nancy Gayle at Vancouver General Hospilal gives special care and attention to this plugged-in baby. Electrodes in lycra cap transmit information on brain wave activity to computer centre for neurological research. (CP Wirepholo) Cow., sheep., pig on way ont; nt proteins liters work to provide their imilies with "extras" or for. ersonal reasons. You might ring these facts to your hus- and's attention. You might Iso point out that your general loralc would improve consid- rably if you had a job. (If our husband wants to "keep" ou, he should show some in- crest in your state of mind.) "crhaps lie should think about ilmself a little too: in this day ind age, G5 hours is a pretty ough work week. STANDARD WANTED OTTAWA (CP) Manufac- :urers should be required to es- :ablish standard temperature settings for irons, the Consum- ers' Association of Canada says. Thsir studies show that identi- cal settings will produce differ- ent temperatures in different brands and even with different models in the same brand. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC DDY DIETRICH By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) The cow, tlie sheep, Ihe pig, may not always be around to proc- ess man's focd for him. As ar- able land shrinks, disappear- ing under buildings and pave- ment, there may be no more room for animals. Dr. G. If. Anderson spends a lot of his working day think- ing about that. Assistant pro- fessor of nutrition at the Uni- versity of Toronto, one of his research interests is looking for high protein foodstuffs and ways to use them. "For instance, rapeseed is a jig crop. We use the oil and :hc rest goes to animal feed. We feel the protein in the flour is at least as good as soya flour, and you know the publicity it has had. "It could be used as a meat or milk substitute that can be used in textured foods, as binder in sausages and meat and just generally as another source of protein." Dr. Anderson says the big alvantages of plant sources of protein are that they are cheaper than meat and can use land more productively than animals. ANIMALS MAY VANISH "Arable land is limited. A lot of people think the first thing that will disappear is animals because there is no point in putting a plant through an animal when the land can be used more pro- ductively lo grow plant food. "The cow has this big fer- mentation vat inside it, that's all it is, a kind of barrel. Until now the cow has eaten a lot of things we wouldn't be able to use, and converted them to meat. "But now the popular way to grow meat is to put ani- mals in feed lots and feed them grain, and we can cat grain without putting it through an animal. "If food ever really gets short, it will be the animals that go." Dr.Anderson says it's pos- sible already to give new foods a familiar look so that people feel easy about using them. He says people are pre- dicting that by 1980 five to 10 per cent of meat products will be made from soy protein. "It's cheaper, it looks liko bacon, it's not as fat. "I don't think it's a pessi- mistic picture. I think we have lots of opportunity to change our Ideas of what foods are and to try new foods. "1 think there is a need for concern. I think the public has to educate itself in nutrition and population control...." COVERS NUTRITION Dr. Anderson is going to help teach the general public in a U. of T. night school course on nutrition starting Oct. 5. It'is to deal with cur- I rent questions sueh as vitamin pills, health foods, additives, overweight, set against a course in general nutrition. "I think people are begin- ning to worry about how im- portant nutrition is. "I think, in Canada, for anyone to be seriously con- cerned is wrong. They should be interested, but not overly concerned. "If people just have a healthy interest in food, and over cat a variety of food, they won't have any trouble, and the good old grocery store is as good a source as the health-food store. "Shopping ui a health-food store should be like shopping in a delicatessen. They may have something tliat strikes your taste or your ethnic background, or your pocket book." FACTORY WORKERS REQUIRED NOW! For one of Canada's largest, most modem home production plants. Localed in a growing South- ern Alberta community near the foothills South of Calgary. We provide on-the-Job training and op- portunity for wage advancement. Contact Mr. C. B. Thomas Personnel Manager SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD. Clarssholm Industrial Airport Box 970, Claresholm, Alberta- 6 Great To help Celebrate Our Opening! O Your choice of WALL PANELLING and CEILING TILE for 11' x 12' room i WESTROC VINYLBOARD for 16 ft. feature wall i PING PONG TABLE and BASE..........- SABSESAW MITBE BOX I 5-PIECE WEAREVER COOXWEAR, Simply fill in on liip ond pop it in Ihe "D3AW BARREL" DRAWS WILL BE MADE BIG SAVINGS ON HARDWARE METAL EXTERN CLOSET RODS Extends from 30" to 40 Reg. 1.80............................ SPECIAL Extends from 48" to 72'. Reg. 2.65 ............................SPECIAL Extends from 72" to Reg. 3.25............................SPECIAL 2 WEATHERPROOF LETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST LUMBER YARD WILL CUT YOUR COSTS ON PRE- PANELLING MASONITE PLANET PRE-FINISHED WOOD PANELLING IN 6 COLORS SHKT ONLY. 4 ,69 5 COLORS SHEET 4.79 PRE-FINISHED VINYL BOARD 4 x goad one factory C QE SHEET O.3D 2 COLORS SHEET ONIY 3 ,69 3325.1st Ave. South adjacent to Canadian Propane on Coaldale Highway Phone 328-3535 for FREE City Delivery! Open Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to p.m. Sat. 8 lo 12 noon ;