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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundor, Jonu.ry II, THI UTHIKIDOI HIRAIO 17 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I decided that since we were financially able we would give our niece a lovely wedding reception. Neither the bride's father nor moth- er could find the lime to come to our home to discuss the plans. When the bride-to-be finally got around to it, her first words were, "I'll have you know I'm going skiing in ten minutes. Hurry up." Neither family helped with the arrangements. My hus- brod and I ran ourselves ragged. When it was over, no one said "thank you" or wrote a note of appreciation. Have people changed THAT Observers DEAR OB: People haven't changed. Dependency has al- ways bred hostility, and clods have been a part of the scene since time began. Sounds as if you had plenty of advance warning. Why riidn't you recognize the signals? DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband (age 27) and our son (age nine) play "Let's Fight." My husband started this a couple of years ago. They hit each other and wrestle around for anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. This goes on at least two or three times a week. There's a lot of huffing and puffing and yelling and my son gets hit hard. Then there's crying and be won't talk to his dad for a while. I don't like this kind of fooling around. I'm afraid it is damaging the boy physically and emotionally. My husband sayj it's a good way to make a man out of him. What do you Doubt DEAR T. p.: Your suspicions are well-founded. A good deal of hostility and punitive action can be hidden under the guise of a "just fooling especially where hand-to-hand combat is involved. Your husband should cut it out. He is sowing seed of resentment in the boy. There are many physical things a father and son can do together to build a competitive and non- competive sports, such as tennis, bowling, swimming and so on. OLDEST SOCIAL SETTLEMENT Jakob Fugger built a social settlement of 52 houses 460 years ago, to alleviate the lot of his poor fellow-eitiiens of Augsburg, Ger- many. It still exists, and the same rules apply for applicants today os those set down bv Jakob. They must citizens of Augsburg, Roman Catholics, unmarried or widowed and have no police record. There's one odd requirement that also shll applies each per- son must twice a day to go to church and say a prayer for the founder. Yearly rental is 65 cents. Too much food and drink can cause heart problems NEW YORK (MW) Heart disease is the nation's number one fatal ailment and accord- Ing to one study, hall is mioy women as men are afflicted, with the majority in both grouph being over 40 years of age. For women and men alike, heart disease is often the findings overweight, hypertension, a high fat con- tent in the blood, and nicotine. People are overweight today simply because they take ton many calories in their food and drink. says Dr. E. Lovell Becker of Cornell Uni- versity, "is a physiological lux- ury that does nothing for you and is a burden to your circula- tory system." Medical opinion, on the whole, leans toward the advisability of being thin to- day, although some fat people do live long lives. Hypertension (high blood another villain, causes three to five times more heart attacks in people with this' condition. About two thirds.of the men and women who die of heart attacks never get to the hospi- tal in lime because they, or those around them, have not recognized the first warning signals. "Many reports Dr. Campbell Moses, medical director of the American Heart Association, "attribute heart attacks to lesser problems such as indigestion." Specialists are now urging ev- eryone between the ages of 35 and 85 to familiarize them- selves with the symptoms of a heart attack so they can imme- diately rush the person to a hos- pital when these occur. Heart attack symptoms, the special- f-i'nt out. can vary from mild discomfort to severe crush- ing pains in the chest, which may radiate to the jaw, shoul- der, arm a hand, and frequent- ly are accompanied by sweat- ing, nausea and shortness of breath. (The chest pains usual- ly indicate the heart is not get- ting a sufficient supply of Golden Mile Monday: a.m. Keep fit. Tuesday: a.m. uiiiglug practice. p.m. Whist drive with prizes. Wednesday: p.m. Pot luck. Thursday: a.m. Singing practice, new members wel- come. p.m. Bingo. Coming events: Feb. l: The singers will en- tertain the Rehabilitation So- ciety at Moose Hall. Membership cards are now available. African Adventure postponed Due to an outbreak of flu among members of the GUehrtat family, who were to act it re- source personnel, the U n 11 e d Churches of the Lethbridfe area have found it neceaiary to postpone (his program. African Adventure his b e e n rescheduled for 2 p.m. on Sun- day, Feb. 6, in Smthrainsttr United Church. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh St. "C" N. Fri., Jan. 14th at p.m. Doort Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, Bih and 13iK In 7 Numbera WORTH in 53 Numben Sorry Me On. Undtr 16 Yean of Age Allowed JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, January 13th Sponsored by ladies' Aid of St. Peler and St. Paul'. Chvrdl STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 13lh STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts al and is Won Every Thundoy 5th-7 No. Jackpot Pol o' Gold 25d PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZt Portons undir 14 yoori not ollowtd Imaginative combination of leftovers cure for monotony when eating alone By Elizabeth Bartman District Home Economist One of the problems that can mate cooking seem dull is us- ing the leftovers that tend to accumulate in cooking for only one or two people. But using left overs imaginatively, in- stead of just serving them the same way over again, can cut this problem down to size. Here are some tips on bow to do it: Combine leftovers in a one dish meal. Meat combines beautifully with vegetables, ma- caroni or rice. Add a cheese or tomato sauce or just plain white sauce and heat in a baking dish. Chopped tomatoes or green on- ions or chives will give extra flavor and color to the dish. 'Top a tossed salad with cut strips of leftover cooked meat or poultry. leftover cooked vege- tables with raw fresh ones, such as chopped celery, cucumber slices, tomatoes, green pepper, shredded cabbage. 9 9 'dream vegetables, meat, fish or chicken. Or serve then with a tasty sauce. Use a can of tomato or mushroom soup for quick and easy sauce. U the dish is a bit skimpy, a bard- cooked egg may stretch it to serving size. 'Add a bit'of relish, snappy cheese or diced cucumber to a cooked dressing for meat or vegetable salad. SPANISH RICE (Individual) Vi cup cooked rice 1 slice onion, chopped slice bacon, cubed Vb cup tomatoes Salt and pepper to taste Cook bacon and onion until browned. Add rice, salt, pepper and tomatoes. Mix thoroughly. Cook in shallow saucepan 30 minutes or longer or place in a baking dish, cover with butter- ed crumbs and brown in oven (350 MEXICAN RICE (Individual) I tbsp. rice 1 tsp. fat 2 heaping tbsp. tomatoes tsp. salt 2 tbsp. grated cheese Cook rice until tender. Melt fat in hot frying pan, add drain- ed rice and cook until it is slightly browned, stirring light- ly with a fork. Put in hot serv- ing dish, pour tomato over it and sprinkle with grated cheese lifting rice with fork so tha sauce am" cbcese will coat each kernel. CHEESE SOUFFLE (Individual) (300 deg.) 1 tbsp. flour 2 tsp. butter H tsp. salt cup milk cup grated cheese 1 egg yolk legg white Make a white sauce of firs four ingredients. When thicken, ed, remove from heat, add the cheese and stir until thoroughly blended and smooth. Add the wen beaten egg yolks. Beat the egg whites a little past the soft peak stage, and fold into the sauce gently. Pour into an un- greased baking dish, and bake at 300-323 deg. Serve at once. Accompaniments such as tail currant jelly, a sweet relish or catsup may be used. A cheese sauce is sometimes used as a finish. (Variations) Fish Souffle: V, cup well drained, flaked fish instead of the cheese in the above recipe. Vegetable Souffle: !i cup well drained, finely chopped vege- tables instead of cheese; or for added flavor, diluted commer- cial cream soups may replace the milk in the white sauce. MACARONI CHEESE (Individual) 'a cup macaroni 1 Lsp. butter tbsp. flour 'A cup milk tsp. salt Pepper 2 tbsp. grated cheese 2 tsp. (approx) buttered crumbs Cook macaroni in boiling salt- ed water, uncovered, until ten- der. In the meantime, prepare white sauce of the butter, lour, milk, salt and pepper. When the macaroni is almost done, add the cheese to the hot white sauce. When the macar- oni is just tender, drain, add to cheese sauce, and pour into baking dish. Cover with butter- ed crumbs. Place baking dish n a pan of hot water and. heat n oven of 350 deg. until the crumbs are brown. Seasoned canned tomatoes may be used instead of the cheese sauce or tomatoes may HAWAII 2 WEEK GOLF TOUR For Ladies! DEPARTURE DATE JCMh FEBRUARY, 1971 RETURN 4th MARCH, 1972 FARE Includei return Jet Flight to Honolulu Pacific Beach Howl Six Roundi of Golf (Including carl and green Farewell Aloha Dinner and much, much morel Non-Golfer. Welcome, Sharing, Phone 328-7921 for FREE BROCHURE! be spread over a layer of mac aroni on the bottom of the cas serole, topped by the mixture of cheese sauce and macaroni SIMPLE SALADS Apples, thinly sliced celery or finely chopped peanuts or sliv ered prunes and celery or rai sins. Grated carrots, raisins, thin salad dressing Cottage cheese, green onions sliced radishes Hard cooked egg, onions green peas Green peas with small cubes of sweet pickle and cheese Sections of grapefruit and orange separated by thin slices at apple with red skin Whole tomatoes cut in sec- tions with centre of seasoned cottage cheese Green salads of bite size pieces of lettuce or other greens such as Chinese cabbage, young spinach leaves, cress, chicory or endive, with thinly sliced cel- ery, radishes, green peppers, or cabbage, and finely chopped parsley, green onions, sliced olives, slivers of hard cheese; wedges of tomato may be add- ed. 'Harder foods sliced paper thin may be added, such as flowerets of cauliflower, paper thin slices' of the stem of broc- coli, and thin slices of heart of celery. For salads of the leafy green type, it is usual to use some Form of French dressing. This is desirable for dinner salads, or for tossed green salads serv- ed at other times. SIMPLE JIFFY DESERTS Steamed and cooled rice topped with teaspoon jam, and served with chilled thin cus- tard sauce Crackers, cheese, jelly Fresh grapes with cheese Baked or coddled apple stuff- ed with nuts, dates or mince- meat Vanilla ice cream topped with sicled bananas and dash of nut- meg or peaches and cinnamon or crushed peanut brittle or hot strong coffee or molasses and chopped pecans chocolate ice cream lopped with grated orange rind mixed with rranulated sugar. APPLESAUCE MERINGUE 1 egg, separated Isp. almond1 flavoring 1z tsp. grated lemon rind 1 cup canned applesauce 2 tbsp. granulated sugar Heat oven to 350 deg. F. Add beaten egc almond, and Vt tsp. lemon to applesauce; mix well, 'lace in 6" pie plate. Beat egg while until stiff enough to stand n moist, not dry, peaks, when water is raised. Slowly beat in sugar; beat'until stiff and glos- sy, not grainy. Add rest of lem- on rind. Heap meringue on np- >lcsaucc. Bake at 350 deg. F. 5 min. Serve hot with lop milk. 2 COFFEE-QUICK PUDDING Mix 1 tbsp. instant or soluble coffee with 1 pkg. vanilla pud- ling. Prepare as label directs. 1 to 4 servings. FREE CABINET! WITH THE PURCHASE OF THE TOUCH FIRST TIME EVER. get this handsome 'Sherbrooke'' cabinet FREE during this special Singer event! Hurry! This free cabinet offer will not Model fl 1 The Golden Touch Sew Sewing Maehiiu is the queen of then when it cornea to itnifht stitching, zig-uf and stretch stitching, button- holes, even decontlM stitching I Use easy credit plan to up to the ultimate in sewing todty... end get your Shtrbrooke cabinet FRSE! HERE'S MORE EXCITING NEWS! TTie Singer Fashion Sewing Machine sews both straight and 7ig-zag stitches on any fabric from Ince to leather! And a host of Singer features even lets you zig-zag through buttons and button- holes without special attachments! A great buy for smart shoppers! 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