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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thurtdcry, November 1, THE IETHMIDGE HKAID 9 Just Jude By JUDE TURIC war being waged in our household can sur- pass any the major hostilities going on in the outside world. It's definitely serious, and comes complete with two opposing factions plus a neutral bystander who always ends up getting hurt. Blood has been shed more than once, and until someone wins, will likely be she'd again. The thing is, it all hinges on the growing process. Until the tiny, fuzzy black opponent reaches an age where he can readily see that the war is meant to be won by the pudgy protector, all peace is lost. The squabbling territory consists of one master bedroom, several lengths of: embroidery string, and two yellow rugs. Kauzza the kitten, being untamed and allowed to run wild and rampant through the house, likes the bedroom. Mother, being protective when it comes to her embroidery, doesn't like Kauzza. Somewhere down the line, it comes to be no- ticed, the whole war is humorous. An evening of calm and relaxation can be torn apart as soon as the protector finds the offender mak- ing for the off-limits room. Accompanied by various scuttling noises, hisses, meows and much foot-stamping, a pink slipper is thrown, through the air, nicks the fuzzy rush of fur and sends it leaping into the air at a fantastic height. Kauzza is a good jumper but runs like an elephant. In retaliation, the kitten climbs the vertical slope of the couch, crouches in anticipation of a move and attacks the unsuspecting wrist of the innocent by- stander. Beaten off with a free hand, he retreats to the safety of the other room; wrong choice. The slipper is already off and moving again. All that remains to be seen is who will be named victor. wflRT STUDIO 'ON FIFTH PICTURE FURMINS t ARTISTS' 9 SUPPLIES GALLERY SAVE S L Golden Mile Monday: Old time dancing, 2 p.m. Tuesday: Singing, 10 a.m. Wednesday: Potluck lunch, 1 p.m. Frid ay: Handicrafts, p.m. Note worthy: Golden Mile handy helper: young man is willing to help pensioners and senior citizens in his spare time by doing mi nor repairs in and around the home. No snow shovelling. service charge of 50 cents wil be made, and the pensioner wit pay for materials used. Phone the centre, 327-5333 or Leo a 328-3426 after 7 p.m. Pre-Oiristmas Special! 12" PERMNOWONIY 7 Coby, Marsha and Judy ore happy to announce thii special FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY) Phone 327-5687 for your appointment NOW! COBY'S BEAUTY SHOP 322 13th Street North Double trouble at altar MACEIO, Brazil (Keuler) Two unwed mothers now are sislers-in-law, married afler a reprisal pregnancy. The matrimonial blending of two families was aided by eight pistol packing police- men In the quiet village of Traipu in northwest Brazil. One of the brides actually had a baby girl as she waited at the altar for her reluctant groom. The other is in her ninth month. It all began when 19-year- old Rosa confessed to her brother she was pregnant. The brother went to see his prospective brother-in-law only to be told marriage was not in the young man's plans. He got the suitor's sister pregnant in reprisal and said he would not marry her un- less her brother married his sister. The reluctant brother fi- nally agreed but failed to turn up at the wedding. The judge and the wedding party then assisted in the birth of the jilted bride's baby. Enter the police, who found the absent groom hiding in a hut and delivered him to his own wedding at pistol-point. Three days later, his sister and his wife's brother walked down the aisle. Calendar cJLocal Whitmore-Johnston Unit will sponsor a rummage sale at First United Church from 7-9 i.m, Friday and from 9-11 a.m. Saturday. A regular old-ttme dance will be held Saturday at Fort Mac- leod elementary school. Begin- ners' lessons at 8 p.m., with dancing from Lunch will be served. Children under 13 free is accompanied by par- ents. The regular monthly meeting of the Lethbridge Handicapped Social Division will be held at p.m- Friday at the Moose Hall. Lunch will be served, and all handicappedi people in the Lethbridge area welcome. Fort Macleod square dancers ill hold a regular dance at p.m. Friday at the elemen- tary school, with round dance practice at 8 p.m. Anyone in- terested in square dancing is welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies' Auxilia- ry will meet at 2 p.m. Friday in Gym 2 at the Civic Sports Cen- tre. A report on the tea and bazaar will be given and bingo will be played. Tea hostesses are Mrs. E. Pozzi and Mrs. M. Fantin, and members and riends are welcome. School health conference ends Reduction wanted in student stress OTTAWA (CP) Schools may be guilty of adding to the stresses of life rather than teaching students to face them, Norman Goble, secretary-gen- eral of the Canadian Teachers' Federation, said here. In the closing address at a two-day national conference on school health, Mr. Goble said: "There is room for immediate improvement in many schools in the reduction of unnecessary stress, to make them less detri- mental to the physical, emo- tional and mental health of the student." The Ottawa educationist said he was not referring only to the physical environment of the school, although the "old famil- iar questions" about lighting, ventilation and "the dietary in- fluence of the soft drink ma- chine" also are important. "But what we have not given nearly enough thought to is the nature of the school as an over- all daily environment during 12 of the most important years of life." The conference brought to- gether 200 teaching and nursing repesentatives with parents and student delegates. During the final sessions delegates said the school must be concerned with physical and emotional, development of the child "from Grades K (kinder- garten to 13" and also with de- livery of care through such pro- grams as immunization. "There's DO reason these couldn't be extended to dental and visual services, said d, ou.t an of town The annual tea and bazaar of the Catholic Women's League of St. Basil's Catholic Church will open at 2 p.m. Saturday in the church hall at 6th Ave. anc 13th St. North, with Mrs. S. H. Olshaski, president, as general convener. Invitations to tea are extend- ed by Mrs. J. P. Credico and her group. Tombola tickets are available from Mrs. D. R. Win- ters and tickets on an afghan from Mrs. A. Valer's group. In charge of other featured attractions are Mrs. C. R. Jor gensen's group with a sewing table; Mrs. H. Anderson's group with novelties and the bake table; Mrs. M. Terleski with the candy table and Mrs L. Hewlett with the white ele- phant sale. Christmas cards will be avail able from Mrs. L. J. Troman and Mrs. C. Bogdan will take orders for address labels. Miss Debbie Dorchak, bride- elect of Nov. 4, was honored with a shower given by Nadine Ferguson, B a r b i Buttazzoni and Cindy Dorchak, all nieces of the bride and Mary Kubik, cousin of the bride. Try a little Tenderness: ALBERTA'S OWN CHICKEN! CRISPY BAKED CHICKEN teaspoon pepper dash of garlic powder 6 chicken legs, cut in half (about 3 pounds) cup roady-to-eat cereal Vi teaspoon poultry seasoning Vi teaspoon paprika 3 tablespoons melted butter 1 teaspoon salt Mix crumbs with seasonings. Dip chicken In butler ihen In seasoned crumbs. Place chicken piocos skin side up In a single layer in gruased baking dish. Rako uncovered 1 hour at 350 degrees F. Makes six imrvings. ui yotir favorite chfcktn nelpa and wt wilt you booh-full of AINirUBrolltrGrowtri'Miirktllrtg Hoard-P.O. ROX 3135 STN. A EDMONTON RUMMAGE SALE 7-9 p.m. Nov. 3 9-11 a.m. Nov. 4 BASEMENT ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH Sponwred by EVENING BRANCH A.C.W. Mr. Goble- However, he added, these generally are considered a family responsibility. SOAK FISH Soak fish for a short time be- fore cooking in a strong solution of salt and water. This will re- move the muddy taste that often accompanies fish. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, November 2nd Sponsored by Aid of St. Peler and St. Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 71h AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Storti ot and it Won Every Thundery 2nd Jackpot S130 in 56 Numbers 5lh 7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold PER CARD OR 5 FOR ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZI Persons under 16 years not allowed Don't look at it as a stereo. Look at it as a potential tape recorder, multi-room music centre and concert hall. Add up the reasons, and it's obvious why more Canadians choose Electrohome stereo year alter year. Nobody else offers Deilcraft cabinetry in a wide range of styiings, from the sublima to me meticulous. Nobcdyelse offers Electrohome performance with realism you probably never expected from a stereo console. We have another reason for choosing Eleclrohome stereo. And that's what you can do with it afteryou get it home. For a start, you can add an optional casselie or S-track lape deck. With the cassette unit you can record baby's first Aunt Ros.e's birthday party... or your niece's violin solo. With the 8-track unit, you can enjoy ihe same tapes you enjoy in your car's tape deck, Bui in the comfort and safety of your own living room. Both are custom-fitted for any Electrohome stereo console. Share Ihe joy. And why restrict lhat great Eleclrohome stereo performance to one room? With a set of Eleclrohome exlension speakers, you can groove to the Rolling Slones in the rec room. Or Cat Slevens in the Kitchen. Or Brahms in the bedroom. (You devil There are seven Electrohome extension speaker models in all, each perfectly matched to any Electrohome stereo console. Of course, Electrohome is still the only stereo that offers Satellite Sound. Which means you place the Eleclrohome stereo console where it looks best. And Ihe Satellite speakers where they sound best. best of both worlds. Be the first on your block with a concert hall. There's even an Electrohome accessory that converts your living room into a concert hall. Acoustically speaking, that is. 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