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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, March 11, 1974 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: You had another letter in your column supporting "Death With Dignity." I can't just sit by and say nothing when I read letters from sadists who believe certain people should be "put to sleep." Once this sort of thing gets started there is no limit to where it might lead. First, it's those who have a terminal disease and are in great pain. Next it's the Mongoloids and the elderly. Before you know it. it'll be the mentally ill. Who, pray tell, is going to make these life and death decisions? Please remind those who are in favor of "putting people out of their misery" that God gives life and only God sttould take it away My husband and I can't understand why you support those kooks. Please explain Argus-Eyed In Michigan Dear Argus: I have repeatedly said I am opposed to any positive means of ending life (This is called euthanasia.) Death with dignity is something completely different. It is refusing to allow a pain- wracked, terminally ill patient, one for whom there is no hope, to expire, as he would surely do if they didn't insert needles and tubes into his body and prolong the agony. How much better to leave these people in God's hands and let them die in peace. Dear Ann Landers: You are probably sick and tired of this PUBLIC BINGO (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THUHS.-8 p.m. problem, but I don't have anyone else I can talk to. It's the old sex before marriage argument, and it's driving me nuts. Once again I have lost a boyfriend because of it. I am tired of being hurt and dropped. Is "free love" so much in demand that a 19- year-old virgin is considered a freak' Are there any guys who can go out with a girl and not expect her to share his bed at the end of an evening? I am turning so sour on men that it's going to take a while before I can trust a fellow to settle just for my company. Please throw me a lifeline. Ann. Every now and then I get the crazy idea that bed- hopping will make my life peaches and cream. Disenchanted Dear D.: I'm glad you called it a "crazy idea" that's exactly what it is. bed- hopping has produced more anxiety, guilt, self recrimination, and muddy reputations than virginity. Hang in there and keep it all together. If a guy won't settle for your company, tell him to bug off and don't feel you've lost anything. A bargain he wasn't. Even if drinking is the "in" thing in your crowd, it needn't crowd you out. Learn the facts from Ann Landers' booklet, "Booze and You For Teen- Agers Only." Send in coin and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Classes grow OTTAWA (CP) Jane Dobell, chairman of the Ottawa board of education, predicts an increase in the size of school classes which now average 30.8 students. -The Herald Home, Thumper Four-year-old Jillian and one-year-old sister Lora McCabe take a quiet ride through a Toronto park courtesy of their trusty pet, Thumper. Warm winter temperatures have helped keep Eastern Canada streets clear of snow lately. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes UKRAINIAN GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH Canadian poets to give U of L reading Wednesday "Good afternoon, Reverend that cold I've had just keeps hanging on BINGO-RAINBOW HALL-1401 5th Ave. N. TUESDAY, MARCH 12th p.m. First Jackpot in 57 Not. Sacond Jackpot and Gams, par Card. 5 3 Children under 16 fcy ft 11 Delation Two Canadian poets will present a poetry reading at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the University of Lethbridge. Rona Murray of Castlegar, B.C., is the author of a variety of poems and plays which have been published in anthologies and broadcast on the BBC and CBC radio networks. Her books of poems are The Enchanted Adder and The Power of the Dog. Dennis Lee of Toronto is the author of the Civil Elegies and Other Poems, which won the 1972 Governor General's Award for poetry. His books of children's poems, Alligator LOW TEMPERATURES Low to moderate heat should be used when cooking eggs as high temperature causes overcooking and toughens the white. Pie and Nicholas Knock and Other People, will be published in the fall. There will be no admission charged. The reading will take place in Room C-674 of the U of L Academic-Residence Building. Wife waits MEDIA, Pa. (AP) Mrs. Theodore Burtis has been join- ing many other suburban housewives in waiting in long lines for gasoline. The threatened shutdown by service station owners makes her hour long waits even more necessary, she said. "I guess we all have to sacrifice said Mrs. Burtis, the wifp of Theodore Burtis, president of the products group of the Sun Oil Co. DURING HOME EXTENSION PHONE BARGAIN CONTEMPftA wilh dial conveniently located in handset. Choose Irom soft yellow. warm white. Dutch blue, beige, deep green. monthly. DESK PHONE turquoise, beige, green. ivory, red, grey, yellow, white, blue, pink, ebony monthly Be an extra-phone family! No installation charge on home extension phones ordered before March 30. Great selection! Great convenience! And... a great saving! Now is the time to become an extra-phone family. Act now and save the installation charge on the home extension phone ot your choice. (Mani-party customers have a choice of a Wall or Phone. Bargain Days offer valid only on non-business extension phones.) All prices quoted are tor home eirtenston phones m color ERICOFON perches on its own dial. Red. blue, white, green, ivory, beige. monthly. Ib.. PRINCESS a petite little number. Blue. beige pink white, turquoise Night-light <3tai. monthly. SPACEMAKER the compact phone to hang up where wallspace is limited. Beige, ivory, ebony, monthly. WALL PHONE two models: receiver in front or re- ceiver at side. Turquoise, blue, pink, beige, green, ivory red. grey, yellow, white, ebony. monthly K99p9 you in touch with bargain STARUTE with rts own cheerful night- light. Blue, beige, ivory wfiite. pinV. Jurquowe SI 85 monthly Family The homemaker SPRING FOR A COLOR PHONE BARGAIN! By BARBARA L. MYTROEN District Home Economist in training Cheese is a nutritious product useful in a variety of ways. Try cheese in hors d'oeuvres, in dips, in sauces and soups, in salads and salad dressings, with vegetables, in supper dishes, in party foods, in snacks and sandwiches, and in desserts and baked foods. For variety, try different cheeses. Blue Creamy white, blue veined, semi-firm, crumbly. Piquant, peppery flavor. Serve on cheese tray, with fruit, in salads, salad dressing and canapes. Brick and Muenster Creamy yellow with brownish surface, semi- firm, elastic, small holes. Mild. Serve on cheese tray and in sandwiches. yellow with tan surface, soft, smooth, elastic. Mild to pungent. Serve on cheese try and with fruit. with tan surface, firm, smooth. Usually mild, nippy if aged. When soft use for snacks and dessert; when hard grate for main dishes. white with grey white jnold surface, creamy consistency, depending on ripeness. Mellow to pungent. Serve on cheese tray and with fruit. to deep orange, smooth, firm to crumbly depending on age. Mild, medium or nippy flavor, depending on age. Serve on cheese tray, in canapes, sau- ces, soups, main dishes and salads. Cheddar soft, smooth. Mild to sharp. Serve on cheese tray, in main dishes, sauces, salads, canapes and sandwiches. white to orange, semi-firm, rubbery, with very small holes. Mild, cheddar like. Serve on cheese tray, with fruit and in sandwiches. Cottage (creamed or soft curds, unripened. Mild, slightly acid. Flavor variations are available. Serve in salads with fresh fruit or vegetables, in dips, main dishes and desserts. soft and creamy, unripened. Mild, slightly acid. Flavor variations are available. Use in sandwiches, dips, dressings and desserts such as cheesecake. yellow, coated with red wax, firm, smooth, almost rubbery. Mild, nutty, slightly acid. Serve with fruit, crackers, in salads, sandwiches and sauces. Runs farm SURREY, B.C. (CP) A short while ago secretary Ruth Lund quit her secretarial job in Vancouver and bought herself a farm. She didn't even know how to milk a cow when she packed up her children and moved to the farm, which now has hens, horses, cows and "a garden the size of a football field." Mrs. Lund, who is writing a book about her farm experiences, says her accomplishments aren't really that remarkable. "There are 60 divorced women running their own farms in British Columbia." Gruyere Light yellow, small holes, firm smooth. Nutty, salty flavor similar to Swiss but sharper. Serve on cheese tray as dessert and in fondue. white with grey brown surface, semi-firm, smooth, small irregular holes. Strong pungent flavor and odor. Serve on cheese tray, good with rye bread. Mozzarella (also known as Pizza white, semi firm, plastic texture, unripened. Very mild. Use in main dishes such as pizza or lasagna, in sandwiches and snacks. Oka and yellow with thick russet surface, semi-firm. Full rich flavor. Serve on cheese tray with crackers and fruit. yellow with dark brown surface, very hard, granular, usually grated. Sharp, pungent. Use grated- on spaghetti, vegetables and casseroles. yellow with tan surface, firm, smooth. Sharp, smoky flavor, pungent. When soft use in main dishes and snacks; when hard grate for main dishes. soft and moist with loose white curds. Mild, sweet, nutty. Use in main dishes, such as lasagna, or in desserts and salads as cottage cheese, is used. The above information is part of Canada Department of Agriculture pamphlet entitled, A copy of this pamphlet is available from the District Home Economist, Administration Building, 3rd Ave. 9th Street N., Lethbridge. WteeWhimsv not to so I will be sent the original art for her quote Send your child s quotation to this paper BINGO Hon., Mar. 11th -MAUUIIIMMO" S1QoU Canto Par Doueto Door (Man? Other Regular 2Sc or Sterfl 1Mb Si and Aw. "A" N. No cMMran under IT'S NEW! EVERY TUESDAY r HIIIT 44 ON5thAVENUES. A.n.A.r. UHII ACROSS FROM PALM DAIRY WEEKLY BINGO is NOW A ie GAME PUBLIC BINGO In TheNEW ARMY NAVY AIR FORCE HALL EVERYTUESDAY AT8 P PUBLIC INNEWANAFHALL CcrTfee. Soft Ormks. elc Jackpot MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS INTHECLUSROOMS in 58 or I No. par WOM until won. ComliBtii Jachptt per Mtt ntl HUT S100.Xtom CO S150 SO to. MOM Door Card (Woodgrarn) Each 00 Slue or Srwn Cards SOt Gresn Key Card si oo (Tttis card may be pwtfhasefl fi a player has a door card and at least 4 other Blue or trrcwn All Bingos, including __ BlackOUtS are doubted on a Green Card. No Children Under 16 Years Age WEEKEND Match 14 Piano Accordion by BEG Fri., March 15 Dancing "SWINGKINGS" Sat., March 16 Dancing ;