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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON Big baby o 17-year-old snuggles happily in the orms of his Janette Griffin. Rusty never man- aged to lick the liquid lunch developed when Janette was a little girl and used to dress the COT in baby push him around in a baby buggy and feed him from a bottle. Rusty prefers to hold the bottle himself. Drug education program tends to encourage use ffl. Some drug education programs may be doing more to encour- age than to prevent the use of illegal drugs by a re- port in a medical journal says. The report in the August issue of published by the American Academy of Pediat- was written by Dr. Forest Tennant and Dr. Charles and Dr. Sue C. an educationist. They studied drug-education programs at a high school for United States servicemen's chil- dren in West Ger- and in three Los Angeles schools. The U S. government spent about million on drug edu- cation programs between 1969 and 1972 and has budgeted million for they said. They said there is no indication these programs are having the de- eired results. They said the drug education program in Wurzburg may have prevented drug-related hospital treatment of students. the researchers is possible that drug education taught the students to use drugs safely and prevent hospi- tal admissions rather than to decrease illegal drug A survey of students in a Los Angeles high school following a drug education program showed that more than one-third of them though the program en- couraged the use of illegal researchers reported. Twenty-three per cent following the education that they would experiment with one or more illegal drugs. own Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. S. Read of Glenwood will cel- ebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house to be held Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Cultural Hall in Glenwood- No by request. rpHERE'S nothing new un- A der the I'm often told and I must I'm. inclined to believe it. During the last the Nazis dusted off Nietzsche's superman and jug- gled it around a lot to suit their own particular con- venience. Selecting wbal they considered to be perfect Aryan men and they tried to breed a super-race Several years a Brit- ish study of the supposed su- perior offspring proved the experiment had fallen flat on its fact and if I remember the children if rather less intel- ligent than the norm. Apparently James a San Francisco biologist has added a new slant to the old idea. Claiming the human race will become extinct unless test-tube babies are mass- he envisages a new morality in which committees will select genotypes to be preserved. He predicts cells will be removed from each child at birth and and the child will then be ster- ilized. After each person's the committee will we like to have more people like that Obviously Mr. B.'s knowl- edge of committees is fairly limited. One disruptive mem- ber could wipe out the whole human race. Providing youfre acquaint- ed with the a used car can be a good deal. If you're weighing the pros and here is a list erf on-the- spot tests the Consumers' As- sociation of Canada has dreamed up to help you avoid the more obvious Look inside the car for signs of wear and tear. Feel a seat cushion. K it has weak or broken lumps or the car has probably had hard use. Look closely at the brake pedal to see if the rubber is worn thin or worn off at the corner Look at the tires. If the tread on any tire is worn un- the front wheels are probably olit of whack and will need an alignment job. Look for ripples in the paint or for repainted places on the car's body or top. These signs may indicate fur- ther damage underneath perhaps to the frame or a poor repair job. Open and close windows and doors. Do they seem to fit Do you have to slam the doors to close them If the car's frame is badly repair costs can be very high. Shake the top of each front wheel and out. Does it have a tot of free Do you hear clunking If the wheel may have loose or worn or the suspension joints may be badly requiring re- placements or repairs. Check for loss of brake fluid. Press- your foot steadily on the brake pedal and count to sixty. If the pedal sinks chances are there is a brake-fluid leak. Ctieck that switch- controls and safety de- vices function properly. Start the engine and before it gets listen for loud and strange noises. To check for worn shock stand at a corner of the car and push down on a fender. Let up quickly and push down and keep it up until that corner of the car is bounding. Now let go. The car should go up or down and then stop in the mid- dle position. If the car keeps it may need new shocks. Repeat at each of the other three corners. Worn shock absorbers need to be replaced for both safety and comfort. Further information on buying a used which in- cludes driving and shop is available from Consum- ers' Association of 100 Gloucester Ottawa K2P for 75 cents. Here's a simple hot dish to add to your list to help fight the high cost of meating. On warm summer try it with a hearty serving of lettuce-tomato- onion-cucumber salad and iced tea. CHEESE BROCCOLI STRATA 8 slices day-old bread Ib. sliced processed Am- erican cheddar cheese 1 pkg frozen chop- ped thawed and drained 4 eggs 2 cups milk 1 tsp salt Vs tsp pepper 1 tsp instant minced onion tsp dry mustard Remove crusts from bread and cut each slice diagonally. Arrange four slices in butter- ed 10 x 10 x 2-inch baking dish. Cover bread with one layer of cheese. Spread broc- coli over this layer and cov- er with remaining cheese and bread. Beat eggs until then beat in remaining in- gredients. Pour over bread in baking dish and refrigerate one hour. Bake in 325-degree oven for about 50 or until puffed and golden brown. Serve at once. Makes four to six servings. HUMIDIFIER CARE To keep your portable humidi- fier free of odors and micro-or- remove and wash the waiter reservoir frequently. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY P.M. Jackpot In 54 Numbers 12 Games in 7 4th 8th GQITIM Doubled In 7 5 Cards 3 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE AVON It's Our 87th Birthday And to celebrate we are offering many PRICE and LESS Specials Contact your Avon representative before Aug. 26th and get in on the Or PHONE 328-7424 THE DUTIFUL SHOE 24-96 RrHngi B to 11. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. .415 4th S. Ph. 327-7300 Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. Ethnic inter-marriage link with badly aligned teeth Inter- marriage between ethnic groups is likely to lead to an increase in dental an expert warned today. Prof. Jack Tulley of Guy's Hospital dental was speaking at the opening session of an international con- gress of ists in dental and facial malfor- mations. Tulley. president of the four- day said malocclu- aligned mainly of genetic origin rather than the result of environmental factors. now know that we are dealing primarily witih the in- herent tendency of variation i which is found in and with the intermixing of racial groups we are likely to see an increase rather than a dimin- ution in Tulley explained later that he was of ethnic groups in the broadest not only of j blacks and whites. its a fact that people from Eastern Europe generally have much broader jaws than West Jews from East Europe could as a the best teeth and the least he said. When a big-jawed man mar- ries a woman with small the offspring can expect dental trouble. MORE SILK TOKYO Pyongyang streets are gayer this summer because more women have silk the official North Korea news agency said. The news dispatch said it results from the wisdom of Premier Kim H-sung in increasing the output of silkworms. alue'Village GRAND OPENING WINNERS Grand Prize SIDE OF BEEF MR. MIKE GEORGE 712 12th St. B N. High Rise Bicycle GLADYS WUOTIIA 418 15th St. S. Super Health Cook ware MRS. COOK 1241 5th A S. Ron son Electric Rotissiere MRS. W. PFTO 1153 Scenic Argus Movie Camera BRIAN GOLDSMITH 533 16th St. S. Power Pok Road Race Set JENNIE TURNER 1905 10th S. With theseBack-to-School Food KINO SIZE TIDE COOKING OIL BEANS with PORK 4 1.00 WESTERN FAMILY 32 ox. SPAGHETTI APPLESAUCE U 01. SUNRYPE............... 14 01. T for TT far IB Lime Juice Paper Towels Nalleys I Tang 32 ox. Salad Dressing Marshmallows Wagon Wheels Foil Wrap Western FROZEN FOODS 3.. 1 Rsh sticks 2 -1 -00 2 1 -00 Orange Juice tL 2 1M Ice Cream 'Value'VilLage MEATS Phone 327-5295 CHUCK STEAKS STEWING BEEF ASSORTED COLD MEATS SHOULDER PICNIC SMOKED PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 J MEDICINE HAT HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS 5iP BEETS and CARROTS...... GREEN ONIONS __ ZUCHINNI SOU ASH 19C BROCCOLI GREEN BEANS _ MOWN 2 aliie'Village BAKERY Phone 327-2424 MEAT PIES 2.45' JELLY ROLLS LEMON or STRAWBERRY 59 DINNER ROLLS WHITE or BROWN ;