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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 _ THE IFTHrmmGE HERALD Snlurdny, Dotcmbor 11. 1971 By MAUREEN JAMIESON ISN'T it a pity that imlmdy's ever written a honk about the art of creative fighting in ibe lionn Thinking over a remark by a young friend lhat she and her husband never I've come to the conclusion that their relationship is a pretty puddinqv affair. After all. is there anything nicer in the world tlian making up? And though you'll never "race the Silver Screen, it's mighty satisfying to know you can put on a performance that leaves Vivian Leigh s Scarlett, O'Hara looking like a small drip in a laiee puddle. Tf the world only knew. For a good fight, there arc a few basic rules to keep in mind. It's permissible to bring up any major boob he s made in only one fight; and remember to throw in as much exaggeration as you creatively can. so when it's all over "he'll know you couldn't possibly have meant it. Make sure no one who takes you seriously is around. You can live without a visit from the and you don't want the kids developing some kind of trauma. Don't throw things. Bystanders can get hurt. Early in my marriage I hefted an iron at my hus- band" and the cat had to get three stitches in her rump. Lastly, pick the kind of husband who can truly appreciate your talent for emoting. One really professional performance t turned in happened about fifteen years ago, shortly after our marriage. Driving along a scraggy little uv.d in the wilds of Scotland, got into a furious quarrel. I reached out to grab my husbands' tie. and accidentally latched i on to the underneath bit. This turned it into a noose, j and the harder I pulled, the tighter the tie around his neck. His face turned dark and swollen, veins stood out, and his eyes looked downright popped. 1 could tell he was mad because be stamped on j the brakes, reached across and opened my door, and shoved me out on to the road and drove off. j Sitting on that lonely road in a foreign country j In the middle of the night, too frustrated too move, j J decided Divorce was the only answer. T was still sitting on that road about an hour later, when he relented and came back and picked me up. He didn't show up so well in another incident, though. Under extreme provocation one day, I hauled off and threw a heavy pottery salt shaker, and even though he knew perfectly well he was standing in front of the picture window, he ducked. It cost me something like S80 to get a new win- dow, and as it happened in the middle of winter, we had to move down to the basement for a while. .Just remember, when you're fighting, be fair. Make sure he gets his share of the action. He's en- titled to at least the same percentage as the space he gets in the closet. Maybe not a third, but certainly a quarter. cr .1 J-amdy Jawing of foods at College liv JUI1E Tl'HIC Staff Writer The usual fantastic array of foodstuffs greeted those who ventured out to the seventh an- nual Food Fair put on by the Lethbridgc Community College, filled to overflowing ic and exciting meats, fishes, anil cakes of every size, shape and description tempted The sign of welcome, We're filwl You're Here, carved from blocks of ice, Rave the affair a unique and artistic touch. The goodies, prepared by the cooking and butcher classes of the College, v.-cre al ll auctioned Preparation evening. "le 'a'r' presented by the Food Services Department, look ll'rce weeks, said Vern Olson, manager of the visitors. the department. Hardy meat eaters could j He explained that the fair have spent hours gazing at the was the final praelical exam fancy hams, sides of beef, and for the students of the classes, the vice GOODIES GAtORE Food was the big attraction at tethbridge Community College, when the food ser- department presented its seventh annual food fair. The show was staged by students of the cooking and butcher classes, and included a late afternoon smorgas- bord and auction of the edibles. finely primed poultry. Those and took in a wide scope, in- more sea oriented had their I c 1 u A i n g merchandising, ac- choice of frogs legs, fish both counting and presentation of large and small, and the deli-1 food with eye appeal, caeies of decorated squid ami I Mr. Olsen added that the oelopi. I meals were all cured right at Other deep sea dishes in-: the school, and by the students. eluded live lobsters and turtles---------------------- ready to go into Ihe cooking ADI) ONION pot. For a delicious white sauce Delightful and beautifully over green peas, ur snap beans, decorated cakes, cookies and i add a little onion. Before add- pastries were (here to tempt jng( cook the onion in butter or even the most calorie-minded, margarine and stir in flour and Perfectly designed cakes of j milk. Santa and bis reindeer were a special seasonal delight, adding just the right touch. Youthful U.S. judo champion gives up dates to practise THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes LOVELY LADY BEAUTY SALON 902 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-4020 Wishes to Announce that "SOPHIE SOBICH" has joined their staff She welcomes all her friends and customers to drop In and seo her. BOSTON (API Meeting tho United States utmicn's jucio champion is like meeting a cobra. You think, one false move a n (i h a m judo chop to the nock. "I'm not like that at all." Jean Fielding, 23, of Somcrville, "I'm a very peaceful and loving person, and that's how I like to be presented." Yes, M'am. By day. Miss Fielding is a s n; a I 1 mild- mannered, soft-voiced, mini- skirted fascist nnt to o Boston turkey broker. It is in tlw evenings and on that, like a comic strip character, she changes into a costume and becomes graceful ath- lete who is women's grand champion of the U.S. Judo As- sociation. "Judo is a sport, not a form of fighting or something a woman should learn for self- Miss Fielding said. "Tf she learns it. for self-de- fence, she may use it at an inappropriate time. For in- stance, she may use it on a friend who is just heim; fresh. And be won't be her friend any mure." MEN HAVE CONTROL She adds; "Judo gives you self-confi- dence. But most of all, T think it makes you conscious of how dangerous people can he, especially men. That con- sciousness keeps you out of trouble by keeping you out of dangerous situations. "After all, men are bigger and stronger and can throw you around very easily. When you work out. with men as I do you that a woman has no defence against them, cx- ccpt evasion. Once a woman gels on the mat with a man, he knows who's boss." Miss Fielding's training is spartan. She practises at. the Girls in T mini Nbrtheast Judo Club in Som- ervillc at. least 15 hours a week and keeps in shape with exercise, wind" sprints and a lung-cracking two-mile run i three times a Women judo athletes com- j pete much like gymnasts. I They work in pairs, perfnrm- ing a stylized set of HO throws i and are judged on beauty of movement, correctness of ex- ecution, grace and poise. "I live for Miss Fielding said, and such total dedication leaves little time for a social life. "A man doesn't understand when he calls for a date and I tell him I have to go practice judo in- stead. "The she said, "is to date judo players.1' "Any guy who sends a nasty post card by special delivery registered air mail to his mother- in-law can't be all bad. PUBLIC BiNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS-B p.m. FOR FAMILY PLANNING AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE ASK YOUR DRUGSTORE FOR 1MMUN PERFECT IMPORTERS TRADING POST P.O. Box 6344, Vancouver, B.C. CHICKEN For a supper chicken salad, combine chicken with pineapple chunks or tidbits, seeded grapes, almonds and celery. Serve on a bed of greens. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus Jackpots JACKPOTS vesper services i CHECK WITH MANAGER Check with .vour bank man- Christmas vesper sen-ices, j ager if you are going into your LETHBRiDGE LAUNDRY LTD. and SPARKLE CLEANERS and LAUNDERERS 1818 3rd Avenue South is pleased to announce their first COLOR TV observed nationally by the Ca- nadian Girls in Training, will be held in Lethbriclge on Sun- day, Dec. 19. Churches taking part will be First United Church, 502 13 St. j N. and McKillop United' Church. 2329 15 Ave. S. Over 100 girls and their leaders will be participating. The focus ot the vesper ser- vices will be symbolized in the j Circles of Christmas, winch link the setting of the Christ- j mas story with the relation of j the individual to the present- i day world. the sen-ices, held In some I congregations across Can j ada, the North West Territor- ies and Bermuda, have been held annually since 19-10 and have been conducted by girls ages 12 to 17 years. The services are held in Rap-; list, Christian Church (Dis-j ciples of Presbyterian and United Churches which sponsor CGTT. services will begin at 7 p.m. savings for a business deal or a large purchase. love when you stop acting childishly grow F.O.E. BiNGO TONIGHT 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cards for 1.00 or 2St Each Twelve 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free Games and Free Card DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not NOW and 5 Cards for or 25c each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireball) ANNOUNCEMENT 3 Monique would like to announce fhal j i Pat Davison has joined her staff V j Pat is well qualified 1o handle any i of your hairdressing needs and is look-tf ing forward to meeting new friends and MONIQUE at the MARQUIS J f satisfied customer in tbo Sanitone Dry Cleaning Service .Mrs. Robinson of Milk River, Alberto. -Mrs. Robinson was n rorent winner nf Inn first of fivr Pliilco Ford Color TV la givr-n nwoy in conjunction with Lrlhbridgo Loundry ond SporMc CkniU'rs nun1 Lnundorors Color TV-Sonitono Dry Clroninn Contest! PriMDnlina. tlin TV is Mr. Rill fiakcr and Mr. Roy Mullott. 4 Color TV Sets Still Left To Be Given Away Free! ENTER OFTENI Snnitonn Dry Cleaning Odor ii your Entry Form Ju-.l s.cjn it rrmrn to driver or In our draw bnrrnl. Just Call 328-2322 or 32B-2321 for Service HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Isl AVE. S. INSTITUTE OF MOTIVATIONAL IYPNOSIS Build Sales Self-Confidcnco Develop Self Motivation Improve Study Habils Master Emotions "A" Improve Memory if Eliminate Nervous Tnnsion Concentration to improve Sports Abilities if Build Self Discipline Stop: Smoking Bed Wetting Stuttering Nail Biting Other Habits Sleep Soundly if Lose Weight Overcome fears of: Classic Phobias Incompatibility Dentistry vnilable In Individual and instruction hetrohypnosis and snlf hypnosis. Free lecture service to ony non-profil organization. 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: 328-6426 324 7th St. S. Lethbridgo 261-3840 621 4lh Ave. S.W. Calgary Why not arrnncie for n family portrait whiln nil your loved onf, nro homr- for the holiday season. TC- RE AS A -4 Yrv LINDA--6 Yrs. DntiQlitrrs nf MR nnrl MRS. STilAOA IETHBRIDGE lOCATEO JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 337-2658 ;