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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 'The Herald- THEBETTER HALF By Barrms monmun ivra THE LETHVIIIPQK HERALD 19 Family Ecology triumphs i over marriage Officials scrutinize pregnancy drugs NEW B.C. When Lilianne Humberset was told to choose between her family and her recycling she chose the recycling project. Now she needs all the old cardboard and tin cans she can get for her one-woman project. The recycling project is aimed at changing the wasteful attitudes of many householders and the various levels of government by en- couraging recycling of refuse. But while the project now is paying for the 37-year- old woman says the disap- pointing fact is that the only major change has been in her own life. As a housewife with three children in the summer of Mrs. Humberset went looking for a place to take the family's old newspapers. When she found an industrial user cf old newsprint that would ouy any she began collecting her neighbors' papers as a hobby. This activity expanded in volume until her millworker husband complained that she was never home. Eventually WINNERS O.O.R.P. ANNOUNCES of Annual Fall Tea and MONEY DOLL- CAKE Miry DOOR Darlene he told her to either give it up or move out. said it was a choice between him or the project I chose the she said. Her .divorce was completed earlier this moth. I'm doing something but I feel strongly about she said. makes you feel so good to be influencing other people by doing something Mrs. Humberset's three aged seven to live .with her husband hut visit her every day and often help with the recycling. Her con- tinues to maintain the recycl- ing should be handled by the government. try to make him unders- tand that government's reflect what people She said government responsibility would only come when .a number of peo- ple were operating their own recycling projects. Mrs who im- migrated to Canada with her husband from Switzerland in said she now is com- mitted to changing wasteful North American attitues. Mrs. Humberset takes in about a from the sale of 12 to 15 tons of newsprint and two to three tons of crushed glass which pays for the recycling ex- penses. PEELING GARLIC Rinse a garlic clove in hot water to loosen the tight skin before peeling. IT'S NEWI EVERY TUESDAY A.N.A.F. UNIT 34 WEEKLY BINGO IS NOW A17 GAME ON Sth AVENUES. ACROSS FROM PALM DAIRY PUBLIC BINGO In The NEW ARMY NAVY and AIR FORCE HALL TUESDAY EVERY 8 ATO P.M. PUBLIC INNEWANAFHALL Soft etc available Jackpot MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS INTHECLUBROOMS In 56 Not. or increasing one No. per week until won. Comolilion Jickpol IMTMSM itr witk mtil won. REGULAR BINGO OH 4 CORNERS 12 Gimn-S25 in 7 not. ir lus-No drops to mil woo X GlM Mini BlichoHt 50 No. Bltckoit FrN Gmo 2 Froo Draws All including Door Card Each Blue Q. L or 'Brown Cards 504. Green Key Card D'SCKOUIS are doubled 00 card may be purchased If OR a Green a player has a door card and at least No Children Under 4 other blue or brown 16 Years of Age babies overcome their need for a 2 a.m. feeding long before they're 47 years The homemaker By MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist ENJOYING CHRISTMAS BAKING T'was the night before and all through the Drifted the sweet Of holly and poinsettas in All the cookies were And decorated with Awaiting the guests that soon would be Christmas is a wonder- ful time of the year. The Yuletide season with its busy whirl of entertaining and festivities is drawing near. I hope some of these recipes and hints will make your Christmas preparations easier and make for a memorable and happy Christ- mas. CANDY CANE COOKIES Children love candy canes and cookies so why not com- bine the two. They can even help make 1 cup soft margarine 1 cup icing sugar 1 egg tsp. almond extract 1 tsp. vanilla Mix sift together and stir cups flour and 1 tsp. salt. Mix altogether. Divide dough in color Vz red with food coloring. Roll strips long and twist a white and a red together to form candy canes. Place on an ungreased cookie sheet and bake for 9 minutes at 375 degrees. If when taken from the sprinkle on top with crushed peppermint candy. According to Danish a visitor who calls at Christ- mas and eats nothing will carry the spirit of Christmas away with him. To ensure a happy one must eat a piece of cake in 12 different homes between Christmas and the New Year. Here is a recipe for a festive cherry cake you might like to try. cup butter 1 cup fruit sugar 3 eggs Vz tsp. almond extract IVz tsps. grated lemon rind 1 tsp. lemon juice 1 Ib. candied cherries 2 cup blanched slivered almonds cups sifted all-purpose flour Vz tsp. baking powder tsp. salt Cream butter and gradually beat in sugar. Add one at a and beat well. Stir in almond lemon rind and juice. Mix cherries and nuts with V4 cup of the sift remaining dry ingredients and gradually stir into cream- ed mixture. Add cherries and nuts. Turn into 9x5 inch loaf pan lined with 2 layers of greased brown paper. Bake at 300 until a skewer inserted in cake comes out clean. Cool in then remove wrap and store. If add V4 tsp. glycerin to cake mixture before baking. This helps to keep cake moist during storage. This cake freezes well. I hope this will help you get more enthusiastic about your Christmas baking. If you would like more recipes we have two pamphlets in the of- fice on Christmas Baking and Festive Foods. Ann Landers Dear Ann I am 17 and beautiful. This is not just my opinion. I have heard it from hundreds of people ever since I was old enough to know what the word meant. But I would gladly trade my beauty for a few more brains. Since I was 14 I have been talked out of my maidenhood by at 20 guys. I am ashamed of myself. The first time I was plain snowed by oratory. The fellow was the captain of the debate team and I was no match for him. It NE THE PERFUME THAT EXPRESSES EVERYTHING .YOU'RE CAPABLE OF FEELING BY HELENA RUBINSTEIN You are a woman of many Sometimes Courant is bright and lively. Like you. Other-times it's subtle and sexy. Like you. Courant. As complex as the woman who wears it. Eau de Parfum Spray 3.75. Parfum Spray 6.00. Sears Centre Village Mall seems the guys I go with give me such logical reasons why I should end up in bed with them I maybe they're right Later I am disgusted with myself. Please give me some good arguments for saying I am tired of losing the battle and hating myself in the mor- ning. Easy Mary Dear Where did you get the idea that you owe those dudes reasons for hang- ing on to what belonged to you in the first Don't engage in any more debates. If the boys want to intellec- tell them you are not interested in sex as a contact sport and to get lost. You were talked out of your maidenhood only dear. You were talked out of something else the other 19 Dear Ann My 16- year-old cousin sent for your booklet called Sex And Ten Ways To Cool She sent her and the stamped envelope like it said at the foot of your column. When the booklet she read it right away and phoned me to say it was very good and gave her a lot to think about. Ann three nipnths later she was preg- nant and got married very fast. Her mother almost had a heart attack. What I want to know is why do you recom- mend booklets if they don't do any Diiap- pouUed Dear but all I can do is state the facts in forthright language. I can't guarantee that my booklets will keep anybody out of trouble. your cousin was pregnant when she got the There h a Mf CMC MM CVM. ABB vlwws yw Zww to play It cool wtthMt Irentaf peeple omt Im her Sex Tea To Cod SeH MtfM cola ftBv NBf tell stamped civelope te ABM P.O. Bex Illbeoh MM. FteM By PETER MJCHAELSON OTTAWA Federal health uy there is evidence that pregnant women and physicians are not cautious enough in their use of drugs that might produce deformities in the fetus. .But there is little the health protection branch can do ex- cept to continue to warn physicians to use caution in administering the drugs to pregnant an official of the branch said last week. cannot ban drugs that may be under veiled suspicion when those same drugs have extreme therapeutic the spokesman said in an interview. Although doctors are cautioned not to use the drugs unless a pregnant woman's need is it appears the drugs are ad- ministered more often than the official said. This was evident in the concern of medical associations which have been urging doctors to take precautions. As surveys in other countries have shown that .pregnant women have not backed off from drug the thalidomide tragedy in the early 1960s. Some pregnant women who took the sedative gave birth to severely deformed children. MOST TAKE DRUGS A survey in Scotland five years after the thalidomide episode showed 97 per cent of about mothers took prescribed drugs and 65 per cent self administered drugs during their pregnancy. The survey showed the highest incidence of deformed children was in mothers who had taken cough iron and sul- phonamides. the data were not of scientific value. Health officials say between two and seven per cent of children are born with physical many of which can be detected only on close examination. Genetic chromosomal aberrations and metabolic im- balances are the cause of some. But the causes of most deformities are unknown. The physical defects may be due to the interaction of many fac- including drug use. The spokesman said the health protection branch has a surveillance system for gathering information on birth deformities in New Alberta and British Columbia. this monitoring had shown no correlation between drug use and malformed babies. In spite of the branch recognizes that all chemicals have the potential for damag- ing the the spokesman said. Several drugs in use in Canada are under suspicion of having teratogenic tenden- that capable of caus- ing deformities in the fetus. The spokesman said these drugs are being watched and that there is no evidence to justify banning them. PUBUC 16 GAMES 1500 BLACKOUT UntM LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY Sears ehira quolity cf fiber 'Monsanto Special purchase modacrylic wigs ea. Three new fashions One low price From a quality wig three lengths' you'll want to wear for the holiday them all' Monsanto's modacrylic fibre creates a natural-looking with natural in naturally-blended shades. 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