Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ann Landers Mrs. Coltou'g Hobby 7- 'DEAR READERS: i swore i not word about that blommm' meat loaf recipe, but then along camo a letter informing me Uiat Ann Landers' meat loaf took first prize in a contest in New Or- leans. The news seemed too good not to share especially a reader in Michigan said my meat loaf was so lousy "ven the dog wouldn't eat it. So, I publicly pinned a rose on myself and while I was at it, decided to give.credit to the person who had given me the recipe in the tost place _ my sister, Mrs. David Brodkey of Omaha. Now Mrs. Brodkey isn't speaking to me. In fact, sne isn't speaking to anybody. She is not answering her tele- sent out thousands of copies of the recipe and was rre that every housewife in the United States Canada Mexico, Puerto Rico, Tokyo and Bangkok who wanted it, Had 8Skf WM 'wrong. When Mrs. Brodkey's name appeared in the column she suddenly became the most popular woman in Omaha. No address was given, but that dicta't discourage the meat loaf lovers. Her mailman is exhausted. He keeps Sing "When is this going to Letters have arrived addled to Ann Landers' Sister. One letter was addressed: MEAT LOAF, Omaha. Readers have sent her cash, checks aS money orders. Along with hints on how to .mprove, the recipe, she has received requests to publish a cookbook. "It w uld he a best wrote Mrs. S. of Issaquah, Wash- in California whose maiden name was Brodkey called to say she has been asked for the recipe. A Texas reader, Marvin Cox, sent a song called Ann Landers' Meat Loaf. It should be sung to the tune ot I Love Paris." Here it is: I love meat loaf in the morning I love meat loaf late at night. I love meat loaf on a platter doesn t matter I love meat loaf in the Navy, topped with gravy. I love meat loaf stuffed with raisins It tastes good with ice cream cones I love meat loaf Why do I love Annie's meat loaf? lia Child's head that you South Albertans Favor Beadwork Tuesday, Junn 30, 1970 THE IETHBRIDG! HERALD 18 Drugs During Pregnancy M.ay Harm Unborn Babies By CHRISTINE PUHL Herald Staff Writer An old fashioned beaded Jacket to wear during Indian Days in Cardston, July 21 to 25 s (lie main project of Mrs. Annie Cotton of Standoff who does intricate beadwork for many southern Albertans. She is the sister of Mrs. Rose Yellow Feet who is the direc- tor of the Lethbridge Friend- ship Centre. Mrs. Cotton first got Interest- ed in beading four years ago while watching her sister in- law. When Mrs. Cotton made a necklace herself, it sold so j quickly that she made another j one. j Now she makes 30 necklaces i per year and just as many oth- er items such as rings, ties, ear- rings and brooches. Orders come from people In Fort Macleod and Cardston, res- idents of the Blood reserve and many tourists directed to her house. Her daughter Carrie Ruth, 17 years, helps with the headword and son, Donald, hunts the small animals for hides she uses as backing for the necklaces. Mrs. Cotton buys the beads In packages of 10 eight inch inch strings through a Cardston merchant. She uses a kind of Invisible plastic thread mth very thin beading needles. Mrs. Cotton says she breaks these needles often and if not enough arc kept in stock her work is often de- layed. "The extra money from sell- ing my work is so helpful pay- ing for the household she said. Mrs. Cotton Is teaching many little children on the reserve how to bead and will also help adults when they are just start- ing or having trouble. "I have trouble doing designs on the diamond shaped backs because the beads don't seem to line up right. But I don't give up so I will do well, she said. ean Dava BrSey or to Brodkey Jewelry Company or to Me. I have had it. Ann Landers Give in or lose him when a guy gives you this line, look out! For tips on how to handle the super salesman check Ann Landers. Read her booklet, "Neckmg And Pett- ST_ What Are The Send your request to Ann Sers in care of The Herald, encosmg 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. Alice's Restaurant Closes Over Movie's Bad Publicity Unived Fathers Need Attention VANCOUVER (CP) Unwed athers don't get enough atten- tion from social workers and community service agencii's, a Children's Aid Society official lere maintains. 'We're trying to provide serv- ces for the fathers says Don Jarvis, head of central services for the CAS here. A statement of "fathers' rights" should be included in the Chil- dren of Unmarried Parents Act, le says. The act Is out of date and nore unwed fathers would as- sume more responsibilities if they had more legal rights, he claims. Many have serious iroblems which social workers intil now have tended to ignore. 'Some decide they have to drop out of school, get married and support their future wives. Often these are bright kids and we offer to find a. temporary ne for their babies until .hey've finished their educa- ion." Anne Faiirig, supervisor oE !AS' unmarried parents sec- ion, says: "We only see one iather for every four mothers." LENOX, Mass. (AP) Alice Brock, the Alice of folksinger Arlo Gutnrie's song and the movie Alice's Restaurant, is out of the restaurant business be- cause the town selectmen ex- pressed fears an eating place with her name on it would at- tract hippies. "They were afraid of my awful reputation as portrayed in the Alice said. "I'd do anything now to have prevented Hie movie from ever being made. But you can't fight Holly- wood." Alice, who long since dropped the restaurant featured in the movie, planned to open another one in this picturesque Berk- shire County community. But the Arthur Penn film, de- picting her as a "dope-taking, free-loving brought objections by town selectmen who said they feared her name would initiate an influx of hip- pies. "I don't feel that the people in town are really against me; they're just influenced by the she said. Alice's first restaurant, the one in the movie, was in Stosk- bridge, Mass. After running that for a year1 she planned to start Alice's Res- taurant franchises, but dropped those plans after tasting the food at the first franchise res- taurant in New York. "It was she said. "Food should make you excited and happy." Alice, divorced in 1968 from her architect husband, Bay Brock, lives alone in a rented house here and said she plans to stay, but not as a restauranteur. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5th Avenue N. 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Tlie drug may remain in Uie circulatory system of the fetus developing :han in tlie mother and produce larmful side effects, Dr. Mary Louis Soentgen tolu a session of :he American Medical Associa- tion convention, which ended Thursday. Dr. Soentgen is associate pro- fessor of pediatrics and obste- fcrics-gynecology at Thomas Jef- ferson University. It was once considered that the placenta, connects the fetus the mother, served as a protective barrier and pre- vented maternal medication from reaching the fetus. Dr- Soontgen said it now is re- alized1 that not only dees the original drug pass through the placenta! barrier but so do com- pounds resulting from breakdown of (ho drug in the maternal kidney or liver. "Unexpected effects have pro- duced tragic results on the veloping Dr. Soenigen said. Drugs taken by mother early in pregnancy may pro- duce death or malformations, she said. Later in pregnancy, sho said, maternal medication may cause either growth retar- dation or illness in the unborn child. MINIS SHORTENED LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The owner, of a dry cleaning shop in Louisville obviously doesn't believe the midiskirt is on its way in. He has a sign on his front window: "Expert Al- Skirts Short- ened." PUBLIC 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jackpot in 55 Numbers in 7 Numbers 4th 8th 12 Games Doubled In 7 Numbers 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHItDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAt ORDER OF MOOSE LETHBRtDGE RSH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE NEW EAGLES HALL BLACKOUT 57 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and 12th) in 7 NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 -A Caienaar Uf Friendship Lodge No. 723, TJTU will hold its regular meet- ing on Wednesday at 8 p.m. in tlie IOOF Hall. This will be the last meeting until September so s good turnout would be ap- preciated. Usual lunch. Nor Alon Family Group meets tonight at 8 at 418 13th St. N. oca The executive meeting of the First United Church Women will be held on Thursday at p.m. in the ladies' parlor. Christian Science testimony meeting will be held Wednes- day at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. All are welcome. 'I 4 NEW TWIST IN THE HORSE PATROL London's first mounted policewomen, Mar- garet Goodcore, 25, left, and Ann MacPherson, 21, jog up Whitehall. The mounted policewomen will be used for crowd control on ceremonial occasions and to patrol parks and areas where their abilitx deal with women and children in distress could be useful._____________________--------------------- Costly Mistake BUENOS AIRES (AP) A man walked into the ladies' room of a federal treasury building by mistake. 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