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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 21, 1972 Just Jude By JUDE TURIC can SEES gOMEBODY always wants to help. There's adoption campaigns run from coast to coast reporting the joys foster parenthood and the pleasures receiving your first overseas letter. The ads proclaim that just a few pennies a day, a few dollars per week and a little more each year can make some child happy and comfortable. It's true. And it probably can. But what about the poverty and the unhappiness and the dismay of our own children in our own town, province and country? For all the pleas for assistance to Asia, Africa, India and everywhere, how many stop to think of giving to the kid down the street? The kid who's shoes fit, but not just right be- cause they belonged to big brother last year To the kid who can't join the team because there's just not enough money for a uniform To the kid who wants to try his hand at art or piano or get in on the school play but can't afford it. That's where the money and the donations of the community should be going; not several thousand miles away. Most often, the reaction to such a suggestion is one of horror, how-can-you-be-so-cruel and what-if-it- was-you stares. Tlie fact is, it's not me and my own country is a lot more important. Poverty, lack education, inadequate housing, unemployment and total ignorance concerning the rest of the world aren't limited to cast of Newfoundland's coast, or west of British Columbia's. Why not give a little to the children who are just starting to enjoy an education in communities north of Edmonton? Why not give a helping hand to needy families in Calgary? Better still, bring your dollars home and help your own town. Take a good look at our own area and consider where your paycheque pennies could be used to make our town one with fewer needy children and make them happy. It's old, but it's still up your own backyard before you look at the neighbors. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 IStn SI. "C" N. Fit, Sept. 22 Starts HT p.m. Doors Open at 5 Cards for GO1D CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, Sin and 12ln in 7 Numbers or !eu WORTH in 56 Numbers Sorry No One Under 16 Yean of Age Allowid a out an Lady Joan Duff Assheton- Smith of London, England, is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. P. Beny and son Roloff. while she is attending the pre- sentation of doctorates at the University of Lethbridge. HOW TO BLANCH To blanch vegetables, lower them into boiling water, it, leave for a short lime then immerse the vegetables in colf the American Museum of Natural History-here, are sev- en closets running from the wall 0 the ceiling. On the opposite wall there is another bookcase, equally jammed. These shelves lold nothing hut the books, ar- ticles, monographs, scientific essays and other publications written by Margaret Mead. Dr. Mead, who is perhaps the world's most famous antliropol- oglst, is the owner of the of- Ice. She sat there recently In a imple cotton dress, looking more like a gray-hailed grand- mother than a formidable dentist, and discussed her atest book and autobiography, 'Blackberry Whiter, my ear- ier years." It will ba published in November by William Mor- row and Company and he first of a six-part serializa- .ipn appears in the October is- sue of Redbook Magazine. Dr. Mead, who has spent about 50 years studying other Mople's cultures, their family lives and the influences of fam- ly life, describes in the book icr own childhood in a large, close, intellectual family in Pennsylvania and also her ater years as a mother she had been lold she could not ti a v e children, but eventually bad a daughter at the age of as a grandmother. She said the book was written out of her passionate belief that what our society lacks today is the mutually beneficial closeness between grandchildren and grandparents. "People kept saying to me 'How can you understand kids so And I said "If I can understand stone age savages, 1 can certainly understand kids in our said Dr. Mead, who attributes her own ease with other generations to her relationship with her paternal grandmother, "the most deci- sive influence in my life." "Grandparents give you sense of how things were, how things are. They know the world isn't going to end, They've lived through change, Children need three generations to grow up with, and we've done studies that show that older people who are close to their grandchildren are very differ- ent than people who are not." When Dr. Mead's parents were married, her grandmother moved in and remained unit her death in 1927. Her room immediately became a centra! gravitating point in the house lor her five grandchildren. She had been a bride after the Civi VVar and her husband had usec his bonus as a veteran to scnc her lo college. Later she be- came a teacher and her avic interests and her tales from her own grandparents' prairie days illed young Margaret with a for learning and a sense of history. Dr. Mead's mother was a so- ciologist, who never acquired ler doctorate, hut whose pub- lished doctoral thesis, "the Ital- ian on the land" later provided JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, Sept. 2Ist Sponiarcd by Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS 8.00 P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12lh STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jaekpor Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot-SlOO in 50 Number! 5lh 7 No. Jackpot _ Pqr o' Cold 510 251 PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 not allowed The BOWLER HAT it of Iho most pop- ular Ihli year. SEE OUR OUTSTAND- INC SELECTION. ave been in business for over 38 years "bridge ana" wo still giva the same per- and detail that we always have MARIE-LOUISE 5M-4rh Ave. S Phone) 327-2965 much of the research for Dr. Mead's own master's thesis, young Margaret was brought up in the tradition that women should have professions and alsc be mothers. However, she carried it one step further In all three of her marriages by In- sisting on keeping her maiden name, a fact that rocked so- ciety in those days. "I had got the idea from ut angry cousin of my Dr. Mead explains. "In describ- ing what on impractically ideal- istic young woman mother had been, she had said, 'H your mother were gelling married today, she'd even keep her own I resented the tone in which she was putting my moth- er down, and I said to myself, 'Why DR. MARGARET MEAD Form Group CORNWALL, Ont. (CP) Eight local residents have initi ated a project called Le Fait Francais a Cornwall, concerned with recording the history of French Canadians in Cornwall since their arrival in 1880s. The group will trace the area's French history through news- papers, documents and living witnesses. A copy of the group's report will be distributed to the Cornwall public library and to school libraries. WeeWhimsv WHAT'S IN STORE? by Lois Maclean Davis According to the song, 'what 1he world necdi now Is love'. I wouldn't argue with thai. But in the world of con- sumejism, there ore some additional needj. I'll note a few, perhaps you readers will suggest some more. fabric should bo used in trouser poeketi. A ileazy material can't withstand the weight and wear caused by end change, yet trouser pockets arc difficult to mend. lighting in and powder for ladies. Bright light allriaht, but why BO blue? That light makes strange ghouU of SWEET SUCCESS IN SYRUP Two products from L-Mart Save regu- In my grocery cart. Nabob Pancake and Waffle Syrup and P.D.Q. Hgg Nog Bead's. These products have earned a good reputation for number of reasons. A 32 ounce jar of Nabob Syrup, at 53c is a maple flavored family favorite. The con la taw is the neatest: Imcgine, a truly driplejs spouti It no sticky ring on the lable, shelf or your hands. Egg nog flavor beads blend qufekly and smoothly to make a terrific drink with skim, partial or whole milk- Added to a milk shake, in a frozen egg nog danerl or party punch P.D.Q. egg nog beads add a wholesome flavor. Tho only way I haven't tried It yet Is on a tray for a con- valescent. But if That nend should -egg nog beads will odd the extra nutrition and flavor 1o speed re- covery. FOOD FROM FIRENZI The following recipe for Laiagna is from Florence. No, not from Florence, Italy; although such mucho gyito flavor and the multo bueno toste fs fruly authentic. This yummy recipe is from Florence, Edmonton. It's, from my F.R.F.P. book. IASAGNA 2 fbipt. salad oil 3 cloves garlic (crushed) 2 Ibs. L-Mart minced beef 1 medium onion (chopped) 8 02. Hunt's tomato sauce 20 ox. Libby's tomatoes 1 !'i tsp. salt tsp. pepper Vi tsp, oregano tsp, poprika 8 oz. Laiagna noodles Vi Ib. I (iced Mozarella 32 oz. cottage cheeja Vt cup orated Parmesan Brown the minced beef In oil, add garlic, onion, to- mato sauce ond tomatoai, salt and ipices. Simmer "4 of on hour. Cook the noodles in boiling salted wetter. fA drop or two of salad oil In tha water reduces sticking.) Drain and rrnsa In cold wo ler, Butter an oblong pan one large or two small. InU> this, place layers of iho prepared In order; Noodles, Cottage cheese, Mozzarella, tomato and meat mix- ture and Parmesan. End wilh a layer of meat sauce and Parmesan. Bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 20 minutei to hour. This Losagna serves better if It slandi for ten minutei or so. Also note that It freezes well. Since this people, perhaps you'll want Jo make It In two pans nns for the table the other for the freezer. Serve It with salad and crusty bread. ITEMS TO ADD TO YOUR I-MART LISL NABOB PANCAKE AND WAFFLE SYAUP P.D.Q. EGG NOG BEADS INGREDIENTS FOR LASAGNA Stndl your contributions "WHAT'S IN STORE" ox Herald ;