Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre y, December 14, 1972 THE UTKSRIDCE HIRAtO Ann Landers DEAFl ANN LANDERS: All my We I have loved Open Monday through Friday naturally I found the letter from the reader about adorable Angora wham she called Lady very interfestirig. 'i that her fiance, the medical student, -ASS actually allergic to cats. He ]ust disliked Cats have a way of sensing such and I would bet my Ixittom dollar that Lady Cbatterly did. Tte young woman was wise to break the engagement. I have always tasrmi that people who don't like cats are not to be trusted. Such a person is invariably mean, viti'jus arid underhanded. I have never met a cat hater who wasn't a Ecoundrel. A person who loves cats should NOT marry a person who does not share these feelings. Such marriages are destined to fail. A cat hater should marry his kind they de- serve each other. V.'e can learn touch from these scrupulously clean, un- failingly dignified creatures. The ancient EgvptLErrjs were the 3 p.m. Charge is including i wisest of all. Anyone who hated a cat was put death, lunch. Please come anrf bring j Friend DEAR TUCSON: I have learned, after 17 years of writing this column, that cat lovers are the most fiercely dedicated segment of society in all the world. Moreover, they are more vocs] about their devotion than dog Death to all cat haters, however, lays it on a bit heavy, in my opinion, Will you settle for life imprisonment? 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Nert week: Monday: The Golden Mile Singers first annual carol fes- tival at 2 p.m. at the centre. Umch wili be served. All wel- come. Tuesday: Singing until Jan. 2 at 10 a.m. Wedpeday: Entertaining sen- ior citizens from Picture Etrtte. Barons, etc., for coffee p.m. following a tour of the lights. Coming events: Dec. 2S: Dance at the centre friend. Jan. 1: Centre open at 10 a.m. Noteworthy: The centre will be open Dec, 23 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.; clos- ed Dec. 24. ft will open Christ- mas day Et 11 a.m. Everyone welcome for potluck lunch arxi fun. Boxing day, the centre will open at 10 a.m. Everyone wel- come for leftovers. WINS CELEBRATES TRURO, N.S. 'CPi Plans for the diamond jubilee cek-hra- tijons of the Women's Institute If you want to thaw poultry by let- ling it stand at room tempera- ture, wrap it in a brown paper bag or wver it with a This prevents the outside d the poultry from thav.ifig faster and getting w-arm be- fore the inside thaws. The current Dispatch, pub- lished by the educational serv- ices of the federal health and welfare department, contains handy hints on how to thaw, cook and store your holiday poultry safely. It says poultry is a carrier of potentially harmful bac- teria called salmonella. Tney are easily destroyed at rec- ommended cooking tempera- tures bat sensible handling is also needei. safest way to thaw poultry is in the refrigerator or in cold water in a water- tight bag or container, li you want to cook it frozen the ccoHng time should be 14 times the normal. !f you buy fresh poultry keep it in the coldest part of the reirigerator. Remove the store wrapping and cover the bird loosely with waxed paper or aluminum foil. Trx giblets should be removed and stored separately as they rap- idly. Cook the bird within two or three days. WAIT TO STLTF Even though time is usually of the essence during the holi- days don't stuff a bird before you're ready to cook it. Stuff- ing cools slowly and is an ideal place for bacteria to grow. Stuff any bird loosely for cooking to allow heat to peoe- trale quickly through the dressing. For safety's sake a meat thermometer is recom- mended to determine the tem- perature in the centre of the stuffing, not just in the meat. The temperature must reach 103 degrees. If the bird is readied weU ahead of time, remove Use- stuffing and refrigerate both turkey and stuffing until it's time 'to reheat it. To reheat, ahead of time, remove the stuffing and refrigerate both I turkey and stuffing until it's r time to reheat it. To reieat, I cover tine with aluminum foil and baste occasionally. Put it in a 3W- to SW-degrea 1 oveo ttA heat until the meat thermomeier reaches a ten> j perature of at least IVi. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, December 14th Spornored by LodW Aid of St. Piter ond Si. Paul's Chvrch STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH MALI CORNER IZIh STRUT 8 AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Storii at and it Won Every Thursday 2nd JatVpot in 54 Number! 5lh-7 No. Jockpol Gold 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOP. Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIH Ptfioni under 16 yean not allowed CHRISTMAS ST. SOUTH OPEN 9 TILL 9 NOW TILL DEC. 23rd. 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