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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: You have printed many letters on adoption in your column. I have read letters from adopted children, unwed mothers who gave up Utett babies and even unwed Lathers. But you have never printed a letter from a white couple who has adopted a child from a minority race. My husband and I plan to adopt a black-white child and we arc running into unbelievable opposition. Both his parents and mine are against it. Many of our friends say we are crazy that we are looking for trouble. Frankly, we have given up trying to explain. They refuse to listen. Please tell me, Ann. are we foolish to want to give our love to an innocent child who starts out in life with two strikes against Mm? Theses little ones of mixed parentage are not wanted by most people. They are, in a very real sense, handi- capped. We want ttie challenge. We feel we are equal to it. Will you give us a word of encouragement, please: DEAR IOWA: You sound like a couple of beautiful, self- less, gutty people, with a great deal of love to give. The child who finds a home' with you is fortunate. You two rate a 21 gun salute for your courage in tny book. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am very curious to know how you would have handled the following situation. 1 am a school teacher and need the thinking of an unbiased outsider. Several weeks ago I took a toy musical instrument away from a 13-year-old boy who was playing it during class. I returned it to him al the end of the day and asked him not to bring it to school again. A few days later the instrument was back and was playing it. I took it away again and told him this time he had lost it for good. Today the hoy's mother came to school and demanded that 1 return the toy because it belonged to another child. She informed me that if I refused I would be billed for 79 cents. 1 I told her 79 cents was not a very big price to pay for a lesson in responsibility and that her son should be made to buy his friend a new toy. The mother was furious and the problem is still unresolved. What do you see here? California DEAR ALTRUAS: I see a boy who should buy his friend a new toy, out of his allowance. 1 also see a mother who will probably be son against teachers for as long as he is in school. After that, she'll probably he taking his side against the police. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your column seems to be s superb medium for straightening out great segments of Ihe population on various matters. I would like you to pass along some advice on in-store behavior. Tf people knew what was expected of them I'm sure they'd behave better. 1 will mention only two points, although I could write a book on manners for the shopping public. First: It's amazing how many supposedly well-bred peo- ple cat while shopping. They come in with apples, oranges, bananas, candy bars, ice-cream cones, buttered pop- corn, peanuts, hamburgers, hot dogs and popsicles. 1 needn't tell you what such shoppers can do to the merchandise. Second: Women who shop with small children are not really shopping. They are killing time. We can understand a young mother's need for an outing, and we wouldn't mind if they came in briefly, but the attention span of pro-school children is brief and the kids can tear a place apart while mom is trying on clothes. Please publish this, Ann, and let's see if we can polish up some manners in these two areas. Lauderdale DEAR F. L.: Here's your letter, but don't expect any dis- cernible improvement. The slobs never think you mean them. Can drugs be a friend in time of stress? If you keep your head together can they be of help? Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs" separates the fact from the fiction. Get it today. For each booklet ordered send a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope, with 16 cents postage to Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois, 60654. Please send inquiries requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. 60611. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ____. Tueidoy, 27, THE LITHBRIDGE HESMD 15 Chicken to suit every taste NEW WAY TO GET HIGH A group of former heroin users is getting high these days parachuting from airplanes at feet Just down from their first jumps at left ore Lois Walker and Allen Banks of Be rkeley, Calif., both former addicts. The other two are Jack Goldberg, program director for the former addicts, ond ghetto- resident Harve Hays. The jumpers wear back ond chest 'chutes Ihe latier for emer- i (AP Wirephoto) gency use only. NKW YORK (AP) Take ,000 chickens. Skin, quarter, cut, slice, one, halve, dice, cube, pound r grind. Add stuffings, sea- o n i n g s, flavorings, sauces, vegetables, nuts, soft hard drinks, gelatine, liecse, soup, milk, eggs, mo- asses, cereal or ice cream, ioil, broil, barbecue, bake, oast, simmer, saute, fry or rill. There's a chicken recipe for very taste among the ubmittcd in the National Broiler Council's chicken cooking contest. The country's chicken cooks, male and fe- male, young and old, have in- cluded among the ingredients n their entries almost every edible item in a well-slocked grocery. Nostalgic for the days of your youth, the Saturday movie matinee, the county fair, Circus chicken may be jusl your dish, with a popcorn- peanut coating flavored with lemonade. The stuffing could be rhu- barb, chopped hot dogs, or, for those who like the unusual, a combination of fish sticks, cream cheese and lemon gela- tine. Eight home economists screened the thousands of rec- ipes in a process that eventual- ly will lead to a cook-off among the finalists in SO states and Ihe District of Columbia. Aside from such delicacies as breast of chicken fixed in hundreds of ways, there's giz- zard goulash, heart kabobs, wings Chinese style, crown roast of drumsticks, recipes calling for feet, and neck skins used for sausage casings. Plus 14-carrot ctiicken soup. The liver depaitmcnt is rep- resented by such imaginative dishes as chicken livers blended with dutch chocolate ice cream, lopped by hickory- smoked almonds, and cooked chicken livers ground up and added to fudge brownies. Something a bit more so- phisticated, perhaps? There's a chicken a la mode, with ice cream. If you like to think pink, try chicken topped with straw- berry ice cream mixed with rose wine. In fact, eating the dinner- time cocktail is in vogue in chicken-munching circles this year. Alcoholic beverages from beer to champagne fig- ure prominently in (he rccijics as cooking liquid or in sauce. Those who prefer to keep their chickens sober can try banana caramel sauce. And chickens cooked in tea. coffee, cola, sauerkraut juice, cran- berry juice, orange juice, sour cream or honey are guaran- teed not to give fowl fanciers a hangover. For coalings you can take your choice: Ice cream cone crumbs, strawberry cake mix, icing mix. wheat germ, yogurt, zucchini and mushrooms uni- ted in a b t e n d e r, coconut or chocolate-covered mint patties. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 MALIK'S 642 13th St. North, Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 ''Your Holiday Shopping Headquarters" PRICES IN EFFECT JUNE 28th, 29th, AND 30th. CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD CROSS RIB ROAST 99 Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good Chuck Steaks or Roast ,69; Frying Chickens 49' Ham Ready io eat. Whole, half or quarter.................. Ib Grade 'A' Whole Ib. Granulated While lOlhs. 1 .45 Fruit Cocktail 3 for 98c "I wrote our congressman saying I hope he gets everything he deserves, and now he's claiming I made o threat on his life. I don't believe ir> diets and this calorie chart kick! LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED POST OFFICE BOX 938 IE1HBRIDGE, AlBERTA Lower level 7lh Street Shopping Moll 316 7th Si. South Phone (403) 328-741) PmidenT STAN WORBOYS 28-oz. for Monarch PP........ 9-oz. for pi 4 .29 I IWI Pu.ity AM purposl! 20-lbs. f KRAFT SWT. Orange 270r ____....._..... _. for TL ALLEN'S Apple Drink 3 3O r I Allen's, all var. n J1O- Fruit Drmk..... 48oi 3 V8c Mustard 29c BBQ Sauce Kntt...... 49c Freshie navon...... 10 49c Wieners Burns Ib. Side Bacon 4% Campf ire, by th< _ VB O AQP Zee tropic tens 60's for Grill Time Char. 10-lbs. Lighter Fluid 39c J Cloth J Cloth hnk..................m59c Green Relish 3 f.r 98c n I Nalley'i hamburger O Relish, 6 Voc 1 Q8c 12-01. v for Nalley's Hot Dog Mayfair Foods Dairy and, Frozen Products Margamte Mom-, 3.ib. 89c Cheese Slices Can.........16.01. 89c Chip DipS all varleliei 8.01. 55C TV Lemonade Cltm 6 99c TV Lemonade 6 ,a, 99c Country Woffles 39c Strawberries Fr Vaie u-oz. 2 ,or 89c Mayfair 'Flavor Fresh1 Produce Golden Yellow lb'- ORANGES California Sunkist, Canada No, 1 4 Ibs. 69C PEACHES or NECTARINES 49c TOMATOES Vine riponc, Ib. 39C LETTUCE California, Canada No. 1 MALIK'S 642 13th Street North, Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER FREE CITY DELIVERY ON LARGE ORDERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES STORE HOURS: Won., Tuet., Wod., Sot. a.m. till p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. (o ;