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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, January 3, 1975 A new way to Creative aggression saves VANCOUVER (CP) and store it up at his wife and his wife you're he said. Creative aggression is not, some gets hurt in anger. After fair-fighting discussion it sounds, thinking exchange of rules. Only one issue can ingenious new ways who are the evening ends discussed at a time and who fear person must repeat what It is, in itself, a new way need a technique in fair fighting, other person says to make fighting, a way that a their different, said Dr. there are no misunder- couver clinical psychologist Pulos tries to First of all, the wife And each person using to help couples technique through that the husband a chance to speak in turn. some benefit from in fair letting off steam and can have a aggressive fighting is is required. Or bonding effect on couples But what of the old in slow blow up hostility can be a about controlling "You ritualize said Dr. to allow for change can be hurled It merely leads to forth and anything can and screaming can violence, overwhelming frustration and Pulos gave a typical example of where fair in as long as it has not been designated very creative. I knew one couple who purposely bought breakup, says Dr. Lee be fair fighting. Then, china so that when they who teaches the techniques man comes home after anger and frustration angry they could creative day at the office and the couple sit it at one another." "People who fear by a late supper discuss go through a set of store up their store children. He cannot fight a month." She never forgot a face in 40 years at Maxim's 25 million pills seized in U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) -The U.S. Food and Drug Adminis- tration (FDA) has seized 25 million birth control pills worth million because of what it calls misleading advertising by a phar- maceutical laboratory. An FDA spokesman said that federal marshals placed a government seal on the pills, called Zorane, at Lederle Laboratories in Pearl River, N.Y.. on Dec. 20. The agency cited Lederle advertisements in medical journals describing Zorane as low in estrogen, the female sex hormone. The adver- tisements said the lowest es- trogen combination available tend.s to reduce oral contraceptive side effects. The advertisements attributed the statement to "clinical data." Dr. Peter Rheinstein, direc- tor of the FDA's drug adver- tising division, said "it has been postulated but certainly not proved" that low estrogen birth control pills cut the number of potentially serious oral contraceptive com- plications. love is.. never stopping flirting with each other. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL Cor. 13 St. 6 Aye. North FRIDAY, JAN. 3rd 8 p.m. 4th and 8th Games in 7 Numbers 12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH 57 WEEKLY DRAW WORTH S10 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Psnonf Under 10 Yeari Not Allowed ___________Spon.ored by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB____________ Community calendar Southminster Circle Square dance club will hold their regular dance Saturday at p.m. in Southminster Hall. The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club will begin their new year program on Satur- day at p.m. Buying sides of beef not always a saving Can I save money by buying a side of beef more and more people are asking that question. There is no simple "yes" or "no" answer. One has to make a careful comparison of costs among the three alternatives available: buying a side or a quarter; buying wholesale cuts (loin, round, or buying retail cuts.' When you buy a hind or a front quarter, you get a variety of cuts, some tender and some less tender. You should have an idea of the amount of steaks, roasts, pot roasts and minced meat you'll get. In a hind quarter of approximately 150 pounds, you can ex- pect about 55 pounds of steaks such as round, sirloin, porterhouse, T-Bone and wing; 24 pounds of rump and sirloin tip roasts; and 28 pounds of stewing or ground meat. Fat, bones and cutting shrinkage account for the remaining 43 pounds. In a front quarter of approximately 150 pounds, you get about 20 pounds of tender rib roasts; 58 pounds of less tender roasts such as plate brisket, brisket point, blade, short rib, cross rib and chuck roasts; and 32 pounds of stewing'or ground meat. The remaining 40 pounds covers fat, bones and cutting shrinkage. A steer is obviously not all steaks and rib roasts. If your family does not care for pot roasts, ground beef or stew, there's no point in buying a front quarter. Most freezer beef sales are made on the basis of the "hang- ing weight" of the carcass. This is the weight before any excess fat or bone is trimmed away. There is about 25 percent waste that has to be taken to account when calculating the price of your purchase. Also, check to see if the price of cutting, wrapp- ing and quick freezing is included in the cost per pound you were quoted. If the butcher does not have the facilities for quick freezing your meat, make sure you have adequate space to do so before buying in bulk. You cannot freeze more than 50 pounds of meat in a 16 cubic foot freezer in 24 hours. PARIS (fleuter) In 40 years as queen of the cloak- room at the celebrated Paris restaurant, Maxim's, Ma- dame Paulette never once used a ticket. Her photo- graphic memory registered every face from Aristotle Onassis to the romantic young couple out for a splurge. At least 300 customers a day pour into the velvet temple of French cuisine but the imper- turbable Paulette always handed out the right mink cloak to the right heiress. "Maxim's had all the cloak- room contents insured but they never used the policy while I was there." Such is the proud boast of the woman who has just retired, aged 72, after four decades watching the rich and famous file past per theatre-like box in the restaurant entrance. Madame Paulette, as she was known to all, said: "When I see a face once that's enough. I should have been a diplomat. With my memory I could snap every face as it came in." One lesson she learned was discretion. Asked to reveal any secrets she might have picked up in her long career, she will only smile and reply airily: "So many loves, so many dramas have started in Maxim's." She confessed to having two special and the late Duke of Windsor. "Aristotle Onassis is the su- per client for she said. "He has so many qualities. He is always'kind and consid- erate. When I was forced to retire with a rheumatic knee he sent me 36 lovely roses. "The Duke of Windsor was a charming man. He always wore this beautiful fur coat and every time I put it on for him he promised to give it to me one day." Her constant companion for the last 10 years has been her corpulent dachshund Nathalie, known to the staff as "the only virgin in Maxim's." The dog, a gift from an ad- miring Venezuelan ambassa- -The Herald- Family dor, was a major attraction at Maxim's but all efforts to mate her with such aristo- cratic suitors as Baron Guy de Rothschild's dachshund were greeted with a nip in the ankle. Madame Paulette, after years of working until three in the morning, now retires to her cluttered apartment wh.ere two solid silver candle- sticks from the management and a silver table from the personnel take pride of place. In the apartment, near enough to the restaurant to hear a cork pop, she lives with her husband Tony Payne, a British saxophone player she met when he was playing in Maxim's orchestra before the Second World War, and her daughter. But clearly she misses the beautiful people at the restau- rant on the Rue Royale near the Place de la Concorde that boasts three stars in that cu- linary bible, the Michelin Guide. "Maxim's is a place you get very involved she said. "My work there was never a drag." With a philosophical tap on her rheumatic leg she sighed and said, "If it hadn't been for the knee I'd still be handing out the coats." Lethbridge residents complain to Calgary consumer offices Lethbridge and area residents file complaints regularly with the provincial consumer affairs office in Calgary, says consumer representative George Blochert. "We get several complaints a day from Lethbridge, in the form of phone calls and later, follow up says Mr. Blochert. "The calls cover a random sample of problems, with no specific predominant complaints. The usual com- plaints involve drycleaning problems, financial contracts and failure of firms to deliver goods as promised. He says his office requires written information following telephone complaints, for pur- poses of verification. Southern Albertans may call Calgary Consumer Af- fairs through the government toll free exchange, 329-0106, for information or referral to solve consumer problems. More Family on Page 24 PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (UplUln) EVERY THURS.-8j.rn. GIRLS' COATS JACKETS STORE WIDE JANUARY SALE Starts Saturday, Janurary DRESSES LONG Complete Stock DRESSES BOYS' QRAB TABLE Assorted items BOYS' WOOL PLAID JACKETS PANTS (3 to6x only) OFF BOYS' SKI JACKETS Nylon, Fortrel lined McFarland Building JANUARY SALE To commence January 4th, 1975 FASHIONS Blouses LINGERIE SLACKS WIVM V byWyndham, D UUS6S fciiiufciiii. WIWMWWV v byWyndham, by Elites Michael v Jack Winter, London 1 1 David Snider SWEATERS A great selection by Famous Knitters, Barbara Sue, Helen Harper Parkhurst OFF iiis COATS by Bard's Va Of! OFF PANT SUITS by CLOTH COATS Louis Manle ed and Untrimmec a OFF By Primrose Louis Manley, Trimmed and Untrimmed Walking Suits 100 GOWNS Va nOrCCCC Formal Casual, UKLddtd A Great Selection 100% Wool Tweed, Our Fmest Our complete range, OFF Reg. Price f Doors Open at a.m. Saturday, January 4th, 1975 rlHJIllllHw "Fashion Centre Of The South" .2277 ;