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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, January 4, 1974 Don't sacrifice taste for thrift Hotplate cooking can be creative Goes for a tumble Five-year-old Tricia Odney, of 409 Normandy Rd goes for a tumble while trying the ice at Henderson Lake The lake has been converted into one of the south's largest outdoor skating facilities and future hockey and figure skating stars are taking full advantage. Calendar of local happenings Ann Landers Southmmster circle square dance club will hold the regular dance at 8 30 p m Saturday in Southmmster Hall. Women are asked to br- ing a box lunch All square dancers welcome. The 8th Lethbndge Scout Troop will hold a bottle drive beginning at 9 a m Saturday, PUBLIC BINQO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upttilra) EVERY THU8S.-8p.rn. covering area from 6 Ave. to 9 Ave S and9St to 13 St. S in- clusive Please have bottles ready Proceeds are for equip- ment for the troop including beavers, cubs and scouts The Lethbridge Women's Institute will hold a sewing tea at 2-30 p m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ada Hunter with Mrs G Mitchell as co- hostess Boy Scouts and Cubs Pack No 16 will hold a bottle drive from 1 to 5 p m Saturday, covering the area south of 1st Ave. and north of 10th Ave. S., between Mayor Magrath Drive to 13th St. S. Pick up service please call 3284522. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4th o'clock 4th and GMIIM In 7 140 5 CARDS FOR OR 29C EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT in 50 No.. LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE PWMIII Under 16 Not Allowed Spowond by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB Dear Ann Landers: I would like to respond to the woman who was critical of social workers for placing children with foster parents when they should have been in mental in- stitutions, special boarding schools or homes of correc- tion The vast majority of foster children are neither teen-age prostitutes, drug addicts nor retarded They are children who have been deprived of love in a normal setting They are the victims of circum- stances they could not control, parents who didn't want them, or orphans whose aunts and uncles and grandparents refused to take them They are outcasts Unless they are fortunate enough to be placed in a foster home that offers love and( security, they will react against society. It takes a special person to be a foster parent one who can give without always getting back, one who can love unconditionally, one who is secure and infinitely patient I agree that in rare in- stances, some foster children DO belong in institutions, but most of them just need love They need someone who will cure the anguish of a bad In and out Mrs. Alberta Campbell of Lethbndge is a patient in Hat General Hospital following surgery while visiting her daughter Mrs Alex Tennant. beginning. I know, because I was a foster child New Jersey Dear. N.J.: Thank you for an autobiographical account. They are always the best Canadian, Swiss, Dutch, and Italian recipes are all part of the Hotplate Cookbook's ef- forts to make cooking for one or two a pleasure rather than a chore. Published by the Vancouver-Burrard Presbyterial United Church Women, the book is similar in nature to a pamphlet dis- tributed by the Alberta Department of Agriculture, although it contains more detailed information and con- siderably more recipes. According to its authors, the booklet is intended to foster creative cooking, without refrigeration, and in small quarters. "To buy wisely, prevent waste and avoid monotony, re- quires careful planning and more than a dash of in- the introduction says. Perhaps a sample of the recipes will tempt the book's ordering, from: The Hotplate Cookbook 4333 West llth Ave. Vancouver, 8, B.C A unique section called Two Meals Plus, gives all the in- gredients needed for at least two meals, usually three, and is meant to facilitate shopping and storing For example ingredients may be tomato juice, stewed tomatoes, kernel corn, green pepper, celery, bacon, rice, and macaroni. Prom this may come these recipes: GOULASH PAN 2 or 3 slices bacon, chopped 1 small onion, chopped Vz cup kernel com 1 cup stewed tomatoes Vz cup grated cheese Brown bacon bits and onion in a pan. Add cheese. When melted, add corn and tomatoes. Heat thoroughly. Serve over rice or toast. Herald Family CELERY SUPPER 1 tsp margarine cup diced celery 2 tbsp chopped green pepper and onion (any other greens) cup cooked rice cup stewed tomatoes, salt and pepper Fry onions in margarine un- til soft, not brown. Add remaining ingredients and simmer five minutes or until heated through Serve over rice TOMATO JUICE SOUP (J3) IVt cups tomato juice (stewed tomatoes) tsp. basil salt and pepper THE BETTER HALF 1 tsp cornstarch or flour in 2 tbsp water Heat the juice and stir in the cornstarch or flour to thicken. Add the stewed tomatoes and spices. Serve over hot rice or with toast Note- serve the remaining tomato juice with the next meal. GARDEN Vz cup macaroni cup mixed vegetables, cooked cup powdered or grated cheese cup chopped green pepper 1 tbsp. salad dressing ing paprika, salt Cook the macaroni in cup By Barnes boiling water, drain and add cheese. Cool. Place in bowl and add remaining ingredients, seasoning to taste. FRIED MACARONI 1 tsp. margarine or oil cup green pepper or available greens cup macaroni cup grated chhese Boil macaroni until tender, drain and pour into a pan covered with margarine or oil. Add cheese and green pepper stirring occasionally. Keep the pan on moderate heat. Serve hot when macaroni is a golden color. Salty secret SASKATOON (CP) Two Vancouver dentists say more than 95 per cent of tooth decay can be eliminated without us- ing toothpaste. Dr Ken Bud Spipko told the Saskatoon and District Dental Association almost all can be stopped by using a correct soft-bristle toothbrush, lukewarm salt water and dental floss for 15 minutes daily LIGHT LADY Lucia Zarate, who died in 1889, weighed 4.7 pounds on her 17th birthday. She fatten- ed up to 20 pounds by the time she was 20. At birth she weigh- ed pounds. "Go turn off the snow, set the outside thermostat of 70 degrees, put back the time to p.m. and come wake me when it's 7 o'clock again." FRAME STYLES From AROUND-THE- WORLD Sears DAMAGED-SOILED FLOOR MODEL FURNITURE PRICES AS MARKED WAREHFOUSElALE Before Stock-taking-a drastic sell-off at Spectacular Savings of BROADLOOM CLOSE-OUTS Massive volume dealing creates .huge accumulation which must be adjusted before we take stock! Shop early for these genuine savings in quality carpets from someone you cin trust. Your Assurance of satisfaction is Jordans 45 Year reputation for quality and value, service and integrity. ROOM SIZE REMNANTS Exceptional Values! Don't Miss Out! 12' x 11 '3" Bolereau Titian Bronze 172.50 12' x 10'6" Town Terrace Brown.................. 69.00 12' x19'4" Criterion Wool Green.................. 199.00 119.00 12'x18'6" Jubilee Gold 175.00 12' x 12'3" Windward Green 159.00 12'x 10'Esquire Red 79.00 12' x 9'10" Thistle Orange 59.00 12' x 9' Stop the Music Orange......................99.00 12' x 9'3" Village fair Shag Off White................ 79.00 Many Many More to choose from all priced to clear! We have Carpets For Everyone! Use Jordan's Convenient Plane vie Dewn Jordans Downtown 315-eth St. S. Out of fewii ret- 327-1103 COftet tor rlfM In WWW wWB IMfVIV, Starts Tomorrow at a.m. Sharp Personal Shopping Only Mattresses Box Springs Occassional Chairs Recliner Chairs Occassional Tables Steel Dinette Suite Colonial Dinettes Bedroom Suites Colonial Bedroom Pieces Glass Tables Colonial Tables S Modern Tables These Items Are One of a Kind Only at Simpsons-Sears you the finest guarantee satisfaction or morwy rsnmded and free UoV STORE HOURS Open Daily from 9 30 a m. to p.m. Thurs and Frr 9-30 a.m. to 9-00 p.m ______Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 011 ;