Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, March 11, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 Youth Services Council to study hostel plans By BEVERLY-ANN CARLSON Herald Staff Writer We must stimulate the interest and participation of the youth of Lethbridge in existing summer youth programs, and in proposed programs. We must also have a central agency from which the youth could obtain information about such programs, according to Lorna Rasmussen, of the Youth Services Council of Lethbridge. Loma, and Linda Rasmussen, both university students, have prepared a brief containing summer youth programs for Lethbridge which will be presented to all agencies involved, and which was presented to a meeting of the Youth Services Council, Wednesday. . Objectives of the program were outlined in the brief, as well. The first was to explore potential areas of involvement for youth as well as utilize already existent programs and organizations; the second was to act as a catalyst to stimulate participation in already existing programs and encourage development of self initiated projects; and thirdly, to be a gathering and disseminating agency for information available to youth. Subjects included in tills proposed program would range from cultural activities, recreational activities, employment opportunities (under the office of the secretary of state), counselling service, and travel information. "Most information in t h e s e areas would be available through a phone in referral service, and private person-to- KNITTING WOOL Direct from our Yorkshire, England, mill O.K. all wool ..... 13c ox. 4-ply all wool .... 14c ox. O.K. Tweed ...... 14c oz. Baby Quick Knit and D.K........16c oz. Nylon D.K......... 17c oz. Double crepe wool . 18c oz. Courtelle D.K......20c oz. Write today for FREE SHADE CARD (post free) to ST. JOHN'S KNITTING WOOL Co.. Dept. CA. 1 P.O. Box 55, 39, Well Street, Bradford 1, Yorkshire, England. person counselling at the centre," says the brief. "Initiating and stimulating projects," according to the brief would endeavor to go beyond provided programs, and would encourage groups or individuals to develop their own programs in response to their interests and needs. Proposed budget for the programs was set at $5,705 of which $5,4fi) would be requested as a grant. The other $275 would come as donations from local youth groups, student councils, and service clubs. At the Wednesday meeting, a sub - committee was formed to make an in - depth study of a youth hostel for 1971. The proposed location for the hostel is the abandoned Central School. Bill Kergan, director of preventative social services in Lethbridge presented a tentative budget for the hostel in Central School, including renovations, which would have to be made, and it was set aside for the sub-committee to deal with. Sherman Dodd, accountant at a local bank, and member of the Jaycees, was named as the treasurer for the hostel com-mTJtee for 1971. +$n and out of h own Models for the Beta Sigma Phi, Trend Setter '71 Fashion Show to be held March 16 and 17 at the Yates Memorial Centre are Polly Higgins, Ruth Rittenhouse, Ruth Elzinga, Eileen Matteotti, Carole Perry, Betty Dorren, Ann Reed, Eleanor Klippenstine, June Crigfo ton, and Fran Harvey. Male models will be Pat Rut-ten, Paul Rusznak, Don Cal der, Gordon Hopkins, Mike Sutherland, and Wally Lament. The show will begin at 8 p.m. nightly and entertainment will be provided by scholarship winners of the 1970 Alberta Music Festival. Tickets are now available at several local businesses and will also be available at the door. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, March 11th STARTS 8:00 P.M. SHARP - PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at $125 and is Wen Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot $10 Pot O' Gold $60 256 PER CARD OR 5 FOR S1.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Person* under 16 years not allowed Sponsored by ladles' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church Ann Land The homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN, DISTRICT HOME ECONOMIST ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I read with interest the letter from "Joy Girl" proclaiming it a fact that blondes have more fun. Her letter was a rebuttal to another letter which said blondes do NOT have more fun - they just enjoy perpetuating the myth. I seriously doubt that there is a biological reason why blondes have more fun, but there might be a sociological reason. I quote from the Encyclopedia Britannica (1969) under Prostitution: "The Roman system of regulation was especially severe. Prostitutes were placed under stringent control and required to register with the police. They bad to wear distinctive dress and dye their hair gold or wear yellow wigs. They were also subjected to various civil disabilities." Understandably the* gals with the golden tresses received many more propositions in those days- and for very good reason. Do you suppose the blondes of today might be subconsciously labeling themselves in some way - as their ancient sisters did? - H. J. DEAR H. J.: Why don't you ask some blondes? But don't be surprised if you end up with a fat lip, Buddy. * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I had surgery seven weeks ago and am having a difficult time recovering because I am overweight. My doctor has put me on an 800-calorie diet- which is like nothing. The social season is in full flower in our town and I've been invited to several dinner parties these past two weeks. Although I know I shouldn't eat rich food, I eat everything served because I bate to hurt the hostess' feelings. My diet is falling on its face. This poses a serious problem because I was widowed last year and went into a deep depression. My psychiatrist insists that I accept invitations and be with people. So now I must decide which is more important-to accept dinner invitations and be mentally healthy - or to refuse dinner invitations and stick to my diet. I'd like your advice. -Hobson's Choice DEAR MRS. HOBSON: Both are equally important. You need not sacrifice one for the other, however. Accept the invitations - but tell the hostess you will arrive AFTER dinner. Eat your lettuce and cottage cheese at home, then join your friends for the sociability. There are no calories in talk. * � DEAR ANN LANDERS: We have four children under 12 years of age. My husband's brother moved in with us after a messy divorce. It was supposed to be "for a couple of weeks." That was in 1967 and Lardo is still here. He's a retired Army man and has told our children the dirty jokes from the last three wars. Lardo works when he feels like it and spends the money on golddiggers. He has never bought so much as a pork chop for the table. I do his laundry and send his dry cleaning out with my husband's. When Lardo gets stiff he calls long distance all over the country and our phone bills are wild. I haven't had a new coat in five years. No money. Last night I got so mad I told my husband if he didn't ask Lardo to move I was seeing a lawyer about a separation. He said, "I am my brother's keeper." Who is right?-Mollie DEAR MOLLIE: Your brother-in-law needs a keeper all light, but I fail to see why you and your husband should continue to be chumps. You have every right to Insist that the freeloader move. Stick with your demands. Calendar of local Lappenlnad Associated Canadian Travellers Ladies Auxiliary will hold its monthly meeting Friday at 7 p.m. sharp at the Town Chef. Easter draw. Come on in, the water's fine The Ladies' Auxiliary to FOE No. 2100 will hold a regular meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Eagles' Hall. Hostesses will be J. Mezei, M. Richards, D, Salmon, D. Miller, J. Petrunia, K. Ludwig, Mr. Mohiluk, R, Fiorina. The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2. IOOF will be held in the Oddfellows Build ing, Friday at 8 p.m. Visiting members welcome. KEEN COMPETITION LIMA, Peru (AP) - Reports say three men were killed and more than 200 injured in an annual battle for marriageable maidens from the remote Indian villages of Chumbivilcas and Camas, 600 miles south of Lima. Very handy with a wrench you have to be, to tlx plumbing. You also need about three years training, a couple more years of on-the-job. experience, and a license. So when your plumbing springs a leak, you have two choices. You can find a professional plumber in the Help Book, or buy a wrench and get prepared to sink or swim. lbel HelpBooK BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. Fri., Mar. 12 Starts at 8:00 p.m. Doors Open 7:00 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th Games in 7 Numbers WORTH $17 Jackpot $150 in 57 Nos. Sorry No One Under 14 Years of Age Allowed Sponsored by the Vasa Lodge There's a sweet, sweet story during the month of March. It's national honey month in Canada. Honey has hundreds of uses, most of which you know. These few simple questions, answered here, may fill-in your information about honey. What are the forms of honey Is one form better than another? Comb honey is from the hives as the bees make it. Liquid honey is as the bees store it within the comb. At 57 deg. F. the liquid honey solidifies most rapidly. The farther above or below this temperature the.slower is the granulation and the larger the crystals of honey. The wax of the comb is edible. Honey served in the comb naturally has all the aroma of the blossoms and the volatile oils. To keep either of these in their form store at 80 deg. F. or at 0 deg. F. in your freezer. Comb and liquid homes may be most expensive forms of honey. Pasteurised honey is a product of a moist climate, so it is seldom seen in western Canada. Pasteurization reduces the moisture content in order that the honey will not forment in storage. Creamed or granulated honey Is only that honey which has been allowed to crystalize quickly ot give very fine crystals. About 5 per cent-10 per cant of this is mixed with liquid honey and stored at 57 deg. F. All of this will granulate within 24-48 hours to give the fine textured creamed honey. So, no one form is better than another. If you can buy creamed honey at a lower cost per pound, when you want liquid honey, buy the creamed. All homes can be liquified by one of two ways: place container of honey in warm water (100 deg. F.) or in a very, very low oven (125 deg. F.) until liquified. Do not go over 125 deg. F to prevent damage to flavor or melting of a plastic container. Colour strength usually denotes flavor strength i.e. light colour denotes mild flavor, dark colour strong flavor. How do I use honey in place of other sweeteners? Replace 1 cup of sugar with 1 cup honey and reduce the liquid by V\ cup. Reduce oven temperature by 25 degrees to prevent over browning. From your local Extension office you may obtain the pamphlets: "Ways with Honey" and "Honey." Here is a speedy delicious dessert. Honey Fruit Melange Combine one cup of honey with two tablespoons each fresh chopped candied ginger and lemon juice; and pour over fruit - eight cups of cut-up fresh fruit in individual serving dishes. Chill two hours bo-fore serving. Refrigerators 3 tablespoons of Cow Brand per quart of water will clean refrigerators -remove film and stains, absorb unpleasant odors. 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