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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 5. 1971 Your lace is an Words of love from around the wor Flv t'FIAIH.KS K. IlKltl.I'l'Z Japanese female coiinlonance YOKK iN'KAi .Male flat, with slriking, black make an eves. A compliment that will get immediate reunion from an wishing to unforgettable im- pression on a member of tbc in uld in the fact thai in every language Arab girl is to refer to her "eyes of iho gazelle. hrazalli Perhaps For poetie complinied! ti> a Ja[ :n- ese girl K lo rrfrr lo her face as tamago kaia no kao, "egg form face." or tamago me ni. ''an egg uilli <-yex" a phrase much appreciated for its allu- sion to the classii'aliy perfect this compliment came from the Fact that custom formerly al- lowed Arah males to see only this part of the female, except j in Ihe case of own harem. Modem Hebrew, a linguistic Latins Ihe custom of the im- so varied and imaginative that there exists a special uord just for compliment that one fields al an unknown attractive woman as one passes her on the street. This is Ihe piropo. which is not, as many female tour- ists have thought, a prelude to a pick-up hut is simply an ap- preciative observation on their charms, comparable to Ihe Ital- Italians, who share with other j mediate spoken compliment, usually have only favorable phrases which lend to embrace all women. Even an elderly wo- j man may well walk with a live- hab-i-bcti, while in He- i Her step when she hears a male cousin of Arabic, shares least one endearment with it, with a difference only of stress of one syllable. In Arabic "my when said lo a wo- man is brew it is habibet-i. In Spanish compliments are voice murmur ma an- cora buona! "Old but slill ampus Corner yc-ar. and many of them walk-! ed away with large sums of: i money. The "all round student j of the year" last year was Gary Gleb. who not only made hon- ors academically, hut worked hard for the benefit of the: school as well. I think it's important for; probably guessed, quoting lines j these kids to be for from our school Mini, is lead- (hch. ing up to tootball. because j can an honor stllripnt [oe] i number one. As ev- i ,hat CNtra cun.icmar activ. eryone should know, the t ou-, jljes are important for a stu-; gars walked away with the i ,0 bc an mmd slu. Ily NOHEEN HEILANDER C( IIS Clieer, cheer for CCHS. CC11 can outdo the rest. In spoils and all activities. Central has got them on their knees Well, as you've away with the i Southern Alberta School Footbai! League Championship I've been predicting it al! sea son. and the i through wilh flying colors. Football has set the Words of admiration ;md en- dcannt'iiL vary L'onsUii'niblv at1- cording to l.-inpunKo. while ii compliment in inosl ton- guages, is (icfinilely not one in .Japanese, no mailer how doll- Tito's idle sees like Japanese woman may look !o foreigners. This is because ft ft Hie Japanese ideograph for j Cf'lA' T t-s "doll" implies "imitation hu- plies being" or In like, manner the English word source of merriment to speak- versity tcliay wili, Mrs d crs of other languages, as is j Michener, wife of the the French term Moil pelit ehou lillle the I'or- little sparrow" and the Ger- OTTAWA (CP) Jovanka officials said, accompanied by wife of Yugoslav Presi-1 security men and several wives of endearment "honey" is (ipnl carleton Uni-! of members of the Yugoslav legation, toured child-care ta- Gover-: cililies at the university. Mrs. Tilo seamed especially warm wel-1 pleased as she chatted briefly with two little blonde girls, aged two, al a small day-care centre for children of faculty members and sHidenLs. Her visit, like that two weeks earlier by Mrs. Lyudmilla Gvishiani, the daughter of So- viet Premier Alexei Kosygin, was free of any protests and aroused only mild curiosity among students who happened man Mein goldfisch "My lo name a few. Greek with an eye to first things first, uses "my golden one" lo re- fer to one's love khrisimo to They received come from Carlelon President Davidson Dunton and university Hospital alumni n choosing words of love or j compliment it ,s important to know what not to say and what' Two Lethbridge women left recently to attend the first apparently inoffensive words meeting of the newly-formed At' alj informal reception with should not be used. Take Calgary branch of St. Michael's i about 50East European studies, Hospital Alumni. French, for example a lan- guage of endless subtlety. j up the word "to kiss" in your French English dictionary. It international affairs and politi- cal science personnel, Mrs. Mrs. William Wishart. presi- dent, and Mrs. Richard Barton, said thai in some parts of vice-president of the local or- ganization attended the elec- Yugoslavia there still is some traditional prejudice against full equality for women al- baiser, Would it not be logi- cal to use this as an impera-, live and to tell a girl "Kiss I Calgarians Mrs. C Fran- if you wanted a kiss? cis, president, Miss D. Me- Now grammatically it least, i, vice-president and Mrs. I men's status hail taken though a great change in wo- Baibcz-moi! i Groves, secretary-treasui-er. sulcc the Second World War. bugging in ii d J v n fit ball hero. no. In this sense it would he a veiy crass way of com- manding your partner to par- There have been gradu- ates from the school of nursing and the laboratory and x-ray GLAMOROUS VISITORS Jovanka Broz, left, Wifs of Yugoslav President Tito and Mrs. Roland Michener, wife of the Governor-General, enjoy an informal chat during their tour of Carlelon University. _______ i _ the sexual embrace, i departments at St. Michael's So. if you wanted to kiss you Hospital, many of them now living in Calgary or Edmonton. would have to say fimbrassez Plans are now being made to I however grammatically illogical form another branch of the or- j this might be. i ganizat.ion in Edmonton. i I'm not saying that a person doesn't have to study, but that school encompasses more than just work. work, pulled work The yearbook staff is really on its feet, with Valerie Hor- Small shoe found in wall minor historical mystery -y mint's new fashions mood of the year. Any day vath at the helm as editor. As- sitting her as assistant editor with Don posters will be popping up to cheer on the Cougar basketball is Diane Malcsza team, who at this very moment Gerla as treasurer. are "sweating it out" in the The drama and music clubs gym under the 'iron hand' of are getting together to prepare for night of entertainment all. later in the year. Half a semester is over, with exams and report cards over last week. Final exams arc] danced into action, eeping up all too fast for my i plak, in delight beautiful people LONDON lAP1 Mary j the models' changing room, i necked and bare-backed. Over Quant's fashion show was a sending one girl to hospital with these were double-breasted By MAR.FORIE WILD Hamilton Spectator HAMILTON (CP A small child's shoe, slashed at the ankle, represents an historical mystery transplanted from i southern England to the Niag-' ara Peninsula. shoe was found in i June Swann. assistant curator I She says some have turned up of the Central Museum in Nor-1 with the remains of chickens thampton. describing the prac- j which apparently had been sac- tice as Miss Swann has er.coun-1 rificed. tered it in research on the sub- ject. Miss Swann says the -shoes often date from a time when the houses were built or remodeled. Coach Dahl and Coach Slavich (who aloni: Coach Todd deserve a 'great big pat on the back' for coaching the football team to I feel it's only fair to warn !he other basket- ball teams, (as I did in foot- rate of review! For the grade balO that no one but no one is twelves writing i going to put Hie Cougars down, j exams, (his is an especially im- As ball after ball goes "swish" j portant time of the ycar. Many 1 C I through ihe hoops, chalking up of the conversations huzzinc points for our side, the fans around the Seniors are: "whal will be chanting, as they did in am 1 going to do next year'" football. "We're number .and "what career should I because v-.e are number one! I PORT! The boys aren't the only ones All...........! worlcing out after school. The vc'nber is going to be a busy Cittens, under Marilyn Babic.! month for everyone. Good luck j j shattering experience tor the an eye injury. blazers and big-brimmed hats, will be girls. beautiful people quaffing chain- j But screams gave way to For K'rls pagne and for the models. j of delight as Ihe Quant were pretty seersucker Seconds before me wildest knitwear collodion, strictly for the wall of a house built in St. j They may have been good luck Davids about 1800 and given to! charms, or meant to ward off the Lundy's Lane Historical Mu- j evil as though the house had to be consecrated show of London's Fashion Fair-1 chicks with perfect bodies', liit j frilled, pleated and scalloped, a child about five years old. It is well worn and part of the heel career ii'omcn I the catwalks. These were worn i Rainbow-colored from top to I straw hals. brightened wilh rib- i is missing. At the front of the i toe. the knits piled thigh-length lwns B'ant roses. ankle are cuts that could not be I socks over sheer tights, and Suits were soft and willowy, i accidental. One, pointing toward hip-length bat-wing sweaters in crepe de chine and syn- j "10 toe' 's about Hi inches long. over skinny ribs. At the botto were trapped, striped platform shoes, teetering on four-inch heels. Is nothing naked? thetics. RESHAPE THEM I Crossing it is a cut about half an inch long. Mrs. J. G. Collard of Burling- ton. chairman of the Costume are preparing for a promising to all the teams. Remember season. The cheerleaders, in i "We're number one fine form from football, are i brushing up for basketball. Last Wednesday, all the hon- or and award winning students were presorted with awards they greatly deserved. These 1 Should shrinkage occur when i Society of Ontario, says shoes Ore. If Yes. Even-thing from hip to Uising a drver to tin-such gar-i similarly slashed have been in all. it looks like No- j vou stiu a ,voman-s place I bead, barring the essentials in ments as cotton knit undergar-! found built into houses in the .r ic (n i .n (he ?.ou i between. ments or T-shirts, it can usual- j southern half of England and in been lo the Portland Commit- Models, cigarettes dangling j ly bc corrected by Wales. The only other known kids worked hard TOP 45 R.P.M. (The views voiced In the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those ol The Herald or Lei- ster's, hut are a reflection of the student's opinion.) nity College auto class lately. Roberta Accsta, 31, and Paul- ette Shibley, 21, are up to their elbows in grease, and it isn't to learn how to talk with mcch- they expect to make money at it. been interested mechanics j from tlloir lips, slouched along j ing the garments while still example in North America was in the widest trousers shown in slightly damp and pulling them found in Williamsburg. Virginia. LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you and send to us. You'll receive your records for only St.00 each. Plcaso add 15c postage on orders S4.00 and under. London and bra tops, Collard has a letter from Fashions may be a PARIS (Reutcrl Fashion for the year a girl's dress may be equipped with an electric beam to ward off men or entrance was presented here in a science fiction-style show put on ny the French ready-to-wear clolhing syndicate. The exhibition, in the year ir-conditioned Roman eras and forward to the These creators believe uni- 1 21st century. But styles for the sex fashions will prevail future capture most attention, built-in heating and known couture and tioning systems enabling every-ready-to-wear designers, incliid- one to wear Ihe same tvpe of ing Andre Courregcs. Paco Ra- clothing regardless of c'limale banne. Emaniiclle Khanh, .lac- or season, ques Delahaye. Michelle Ros- The protolvpe designed by lor, and Karl Lagerfcld. visual- Michelle Rosier is a transpar-ize fashions for the 21st cen- ent one-piece jumpsuit ni "I ve always but1] in mechanics, and T plan to I cam my living at it after study- i ing here for two says Miss Shibley. I ''Some people still say mech- anics' work is not ladylike. But i that doesn't bother me. If I i you're happy at what you're Ij doing, and can earn a living at ,i it. that's what counts. I couldn't be happy as a secre- tary.'' Acosta says the men in the class ''encourage us all they can wo thought they'd urn of decorative arts, stretches tury The Canadian shoe was found in the 1940s. The house is one ol two in the village of St. Davids that were not burned by United States troops during the War of 1312. It is the only such shoe Miss SVann has heard of in Canada, but she says she feels there must be more examples. SIMPSONS-SEARS Sale great lvalues f 1 f 1 f I I 1 1. GYPSIES, TRAMPS AND THIEVES-Cher 2. YO-YO-Osmonds 3. SUPERSTAR-Carpenlers 4. DESlDERATA-Les Crane 5. MAGGIE MAY-Rod Stewart 6. WON'T GET FOOLED AGAIN-The Who 7. FREEDOM COME, FREEDOM GO-The Fortunes 8. WHATCHA SEE, IS WATCHA GET-The Dramatics 9. PEACE TRAIN-Cat Slevens 1 10. DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN-lee Michaels J 11. IMAGINE-John Lennon Plastic Ono Band L 1 12. CREATORS OF RAIN-Ian and Sylvia SEE OUR EXCELLENT STOCK OF GARNOT AMPS and GIBSON GUITARS AND ACCESSORIES EASY FINANCE TERMS NOW AVAILABLE in terms of practicality pcd with insulated coils to con- kid us a lot. hut they don't." i back in lime to the Greek and rather than aesthetic styles. i trol Ihe body temperature. Jnion official with no legal status JOHANNESBURG (AP) Garment Workers Lucy Mvubelo is black and a I Union. whites are bning eroded as in- dus ic COMING EVENTS WESTERN BOARD RECITAL Friday, Nov. 5 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE FREE ADMISSION 'DISCOVERING THE MEDITERRANEAN' A Film by Horst Stcinhiller Sunday, Nov. 7 3 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets available al Leitter'i or at the door fore-ill" i he upgrading of non- whites into better positions, trade union official in a country Official race segregation al-: reservation" laws which which offers no legal status to j lows the legal union to organize j preserve the best work for Indian and "colored" or mulatto workers, but not blacks. Whiles carry cards in one branch of the i concern for skin color. union and Indians and coloreds in another. Transvaal clothing workers, whatever their color, receive the same wages. Mrs. Mvubelo sees hope in a 3c of skilled and serni- 1 black labor union: 1; This set'minK contradiction I doesn't hot he r her. But, she in- J sists, it cannot continue. Mrs. Mvubelo is general-sec- 11 rctary of the Na- Union of Clothing Work- i ers which fund ions in vaal province. Negotiations for her union are Mrs. Mvubelo and her hih band, an invalid, live in the black tounship of Sowelo south- west of Johannesburg. Their is forced to hire with less- daughter, 2ii, is a nurse and i their son, 27. is a bank teller. i handled by a legal while organi- j skilled white manpower. This is THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes CASH BINGO ST. BASH'S HAU-Cor. 53th St. and 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, NOV. 5th 8 O'CLOCK 4th ond 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-! 2th Gamo 5 CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 58 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY DRAW NOW WORTH Persons Under 16 Yetm Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIt'S MEN'S CtUB LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDO., IETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS Coaldale Buddhist Church CHOW MEIN SUPPER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6th 5 to p.m. Admission Take Outs Available! EVERYBODY WELCOMEI QS9 V-. r.Jv.vriC' "imp: 3 S.Vii lols :nv.T you want ;o r r.-rn i I! I.M.IS way :l.a ijr-ml yrt. r.liour.inn al homo "I refuse to say grace before taking a pjllj Teleshop 328-6611 All Day Wednesday -j ;