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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Dear Ann I am so mud I can t see straight Listen to A beautiful voung girl who is a senior in oui high school was kicked oft the ballot for homecoming queen just because she to have a six month- old child dnd is not marr-ied The girl s parents stood behind her and hied a suit in lodeidl court to invalidate the i-lection the school authorities let their daughter mn in the election Our high school principal when he ordered the name ol the unwed mother oft the ballot said Onlv virgins can tun loi homecoming queen' What do think ol this Landers Furious Stu- dent Group Dear Group- our principal has out quite an jssignment tor himself How lues he plan to tell the Jitlerence' There are plenU ot high girls who don t have babies but who aren t virgins II principal doesn t know he had better enroll in ihc- ninth grade lamilv Uvmg ourse As a matter of taste however I believe an unwed mother in high school should in the background Dear Ann Landers. I read wenth that a psvchologist nearh 1 500 people to eai n their instant reactions to eitain names He then mahzed these reactions and a. m e up with some asunating conclusions kids at school par impaled in the same poll I'hi'ii findings were quite Minilai Here are some ol the names and ihe instant reac- tions Please tell us it sincere sen- MtlM1 Uidiew Sincere but im- niatuie Fall and elegant Benjamin Dishonest Daniel ManK Dennis Donald Smooth and char- ming I'aul Cheerlul honest and pioud Kdwaid ul Ha i old Coarse Joseph Intelligent earnest but dull Maik Spoiled sanon Introverted and mean Keith Hard sell-reliant and ambitious Thomas Large soil and tuddh Barbara Fat but hmmd but silK Florence Masculine 1 ouise Prettx Mauieen and surh Spiteful I'ameja Hard and domineering I'atncia Plain Salh Childish Saiah Sensual and seltish New York Reader Dear Reader. 1 know several people whose names appeal in the and thev possess exaclK the opposite qualities described in the poll 1 bull leathers dearie STOP STATIC SHOCK professionally applied Controls Static Electricity Reduces Soil Buildup Banishes Musty Odor Extends Life of Carpets FREE SHOCK-LESS TREATMENT in all traffic lanes when we clean your wall-to-wall carpet Duraclean WILSON DONALDSON 1404 11th Ave. Phons 328-5886 or 327-6984 British Christmas hectic Bt JILIE I-LIM LONDON With Christmas Britain's housewives are fac- ed with trams that don't shops that don't open husbands who don't come home With train schedules thrown into chaos by a locomotive engineers British Rail officials report jammed switchboards as worried housewives check up on tardy spouses wives are asking 'What time did the 6 25 really leave Waterloo last one rail official said London hotels report heavy bookings of businessmen un- able to return to their sub- urban homes in the evenings because of tram troubles The delays and the gasoline shortages hamper the delivery of mail and the dis- tribution of food and other household necessities Dorothy who lives in the Kent village of found her only local general store out of toilet paper She drove seven miles to the nearest town and had to search 30 minutes for a gas- oline station able and willing to refuel her for the return trip HOARDING A FACTOR Mrs Piper blamed empty shelves in the shops on slow distribution and hoarding housewives 'It wouldn t be funny to run out of toilet paper at Christ- when many stores are shut for days on she said people are bulk buy- ing now Turkey traditional for Christmas also is reported in short supply because the suppliers can t deliver them Many housewives worry whether they will have enough electricity to finish cooking the evening meal We don't mind the said Sheelagh whose lights went out during a recent dinner party We always eat bv candlelight but the filet of beef had to be turned into steak tartare and we like our beef well done Londoners scrambling to complete Christmas shopping find their favorite shops clos- ed in compliance with a government order limiting the use of electricity to a total of live days until Jan 1 Some shops work on gas- light or candlelight K RtchL will be sent the original art for his quote your child s quotation to this paper Pregnant pause Prime Minister Trudeau and his pause as Mr Trudeau leaves instructions with an RCMP officer to stand by with the car m case Margaret has to go to the hospital The couple expect the birth of their second child any day They attended a reception for councils of the Northwest Territories and the Yukon Consul enters all-male career TORONTO Margarita Mantilla says a woman has to put more effort into a job when she is making a breakthrough into a former all-male world Miss Maniiiia the only woman m Toronto s consular corps which represents 43 countries is the Colombian consul You see we are not a big nation and we have just an ambassador in Ottawa a To Celebrate the Opening of our Now Store. Save during Pruegger's i Thomas ORGANS With automatic Rhythms from up Chord ORGANS From 59.95 SUNN AMPLIFIERS DARIUS LUDWIG DRUMS SLiNGftLAND DRUMS MOOG SYNTHESIZER OVATION GUITARS GRETSCH GUITARS TITANO ACCORDIONS There's just too many more to mention A Gigantic Sale at Pruegger's Music consul-general in Montreal an f honorary consul in Vancouver s- and me she said Miss Mantilla has little time to spend in her midtown apartment She often works day and night answering tress calls making contacts lor businessmen and arrang- ing passports And she tenders often to the astonishment of Canadian experts information and scientific data on aeronautic law particularly where military aircraft are concerned Miss Mantilla put herself through night class at Univer- sity of Bogota and won a scholarship to study at the In- stitute of Air and Space Law in Montreal The Canadian centre there is nationally known and draws students from around the world WON COMPETITION Miss Mantilla said there were only two other women among students from 14 countries when she attended the school Then I entered a competi tion for a civil service position in my country s department of external affairs and was one of eight ones to receive appointments she said About 350 tried the com- petition That was in July 1970 until her appointment to the consular post she served in the North American division laterly with all diplomatic matters concerning Canada and the United States going through her hands She was also her government s agent dealing with military aircraft regulations and aeronautical law Miss Mantilla has many tnends in Toronto and attends social gatherings of the Capitulo Latmo-Mencanoclub mostly business and professional expatriates and their families She still finds it difficult to go alone to many social and olticial gatherings but is con- quering a natural shyness Sometimes people expect miracles she said ALBERTA'S GREAT CHICKEN RECIPES Alberta Grown Chicken the flavour's nice and BO'S the OF A SERIES SAUCY CHICKEN 6 medium single chicken breasts cup flour 3 tablespoons butter cjp finely chopped onion 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon poultry seasoning 1 chicken bouillon cube cup boiling water 1 tablespoon flour 1 cup undiluted evaporated milk Coat chicken lightly with cup flour Melt butter in large frying pan Saute chicken until golden on both sides Add onion saute until tender Turn chicken skin side up m frying pan Sprinkle chicken with salt and poultry seasoning Dissolve bouillon cube in boiling water and pour over chicken Cover and cook over low heat for 30 minutes or until chicken is fork tender Remove chicken to heated platter Combine the 1 table- spoon flour with a small amount of evaporated milk Add to pan juices and stir until smooth Gradually add remain ing evapoialed milk Cook until thick ened and smooth stirring constantly Serve gravy with chicken Clip and keep these delicious ideas from the kit chens of Alberta' And send us your own favourite recipe for inclusion m this continuing series A prize is offered for recipes used and a Grand Prize will be presented for tne best original recipe TO ENTER Mail your favourite chicken recipe to ALBERTA BROILER GROWERS MARKETING BOARD 11826 100 AVENUE EDMONTON ALBERTA T5K OK3 A lot of people have been drinking your whisky. The 8 people in thi3 photograph can stop production at Tradition s And not even the President can budge them. 530 5th Street S. Phone 327-7524 Enquire about our Christmas Gift Certificates for our popular 8 week trial courses for or Drums with instrument supplied to place under the tree for Christmas YESTER YULE Mince a popular dish at Christmas was a product of the created when the spices of India and the Orient need- ed for the baking were brought to Europe by the returning warriors Some of the ancient recipes were excessive in their demands One from 1394 required the following a a a two two and two rabbits Their meat was separated from their bones to be chopped into a fine hash The livers and hearts of all these animals and two kidneys of sheep were added Then lit- tle meat balls of beef with eggs and pickled vinegar and various spices were poured into broth in which the bones were cooked It is no joke There are 3 teams of people at Tradition's distillery and they have almost legendary power The power of taste With it they can stop cases of whisky from ever reaching you You we have spent a lot of time and money getting Tradition to taste the way it does Smooth mellow As we say so Canadian you can taste it But making a great whisky once is no great feat Most Canadian distilleries make very good whisky The problem is making great day after day Bottle after bottle Sip after sip Pity the single blender. At schehiey we think .t s inhuman to give one man the responsibility of deciding on the maintenance of day after day The food he eats his his habits all contnoute m some ways to his perception of taste And a certain taste is not something you can tap with a hammer You can't see taste You can't feel taste You can only taste taste And this is why Schenley has developed the 3-team method of whisky tasting The first Second Team and the This hai passed the tests ol the Sihenlo Tradition Tinte Teams uid is guinnteed tocarrj the true Tradition tasti Taateil signed these people Distilleries No other Canadian whisky is signed as Not one drop of Schenley Tradition can reach you until it has passed the critical palates of our taste teams Not a drop It does not matter if a production man howls about schedules It does not matter if an execu- tive says through clenched it s close If it isn t passed it isn t Tradition Pictured here are some of our First Team members as of March 1973 Each member has earned his position by recording consis- tently high averages in taste tests But none is secure In the members of the Second Team wait And be- hind a team of rookies practice Team All of this is based on the fact that we believe Tradition is a great-tasting whisky And we d like to keep it that way approved. Behind the label of each bottle of Schenley you'll find the signatures of the two who approved that particular blend of whisky It means you re aboi 'Ho enjoy Tradition Not something close to it We think you'll enjoy Schenley Tradition Probably the most thoroughly taste-tested whisky in the country Schenley Tradition. signed by 2 TRADITION 1 1 I'l S tl 'I t y HlM t r T t nOtl I Hit 0 in i h in S 'H n i f It ill Aw mis ;