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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Otiober 7, 1972-------------- ROW ON Yuen Chung, nicknamed Danny by hii friends and customers, stands alongside some of his mony portrait pointings. All ore copied from maga- zine covers and pictures, Ht proximately five years. has been painting for ap- .....Rick Ervin, photo Daimy learned the hard way Artist works from cover of magazine Yip much By JL'Dli TUR1C Herald Staff Writer Yuen Cluing spends of lu's timo behind the v mayonnaise, others don't. "I always ask questions j Tor Danny, those paintings i about how to put shadows on success, represent a part of his life few said Danny, "fctyyti' family life by MAUREEN JAMltSON five six and "supplying the housewife with n loaf or two of, bread. They call Mr. Yip Danny, ing education, and he likes it. hard way to Some notice (lie pointings bung above rows of soup and canvasses. He has had no formal paint- the face, how to build up the nose and more." Danny explained it had been a problem to give his portraits a life-like look. The portraits looked flat, The paintings and the books are completed between custo- mers, with a note pad on the counter. End a paintbrush in the back room. LIVELY PORTRAIT Study of Pierre Elliott Trudeau artist Y. P. Yip, is strongly reminiscent of Norman Rockwell at his liveliest, and is one of Mr. Yip's most sue- cessful ventures into tlie field ci portrait pointing. Rick Ervin, pnoto by f j_ Counselling tor unmarrieds he said, "and used lo look d k to tnmaUlg Up IlOm aarK 10 thfil F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HAU 6lh Ave. A and 13th St. N Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or ZSf Each Three 7 Number Gnmej JACKPOT Free and free Card DOOR PRIZE Gold cords pay double money Children under 14 not allowed ing.' at Uie portraits in Time maga- (he Mme _..... zinc and study them. Without instruction, it was difficult for Danny to reproduce AUiough there a re several the poru-ails, but through the I landscapes among his paint- help of an artist-customer, he uigs, Danny s a id he prelciTcd learned. "My friend paints said Danny, "and he would bring an original painting for me to study brusli strokes, how to do irccs and water he's the one who interested me taught me a few things at a time I '-I didn't like painting scen- ery." he said, "so I did por- trails and read books on how to do a portrait, and picked up things here and there. lo do portraits, as they are I more challenging. "If they are even a little bit wrong, they don't look like the And D NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL sire loo Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER Wo have 3 fully qualified full time instruc- treses and we taach ail phasei of heaujy culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, linting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average income anct opportu- nities arc unlimited. Alberta Beauty School This Coupon J405 Sth SI. S., lelhbridge] i NAME...............i for Moro UDDRESS Information i CITY................, i i Pnymenli Clalsct Starting Now low Monthly Tuilion pei-son at all." None o( his paintings is for I sale, although one was sold to an art student who "really wanted it antl appreciated it." In the Inlure, Danny would like to improve and learn more about other forms of art and possibly v.-ork into live model portraits. "I'm not a real artist lie said, "but I don't like to do a half job. I like a perfect job. "Lots of encouragement is j important to an ,-irtist, other- 1 wise he will feel his work is not worth bo'.hering he said. Danny's scope of interest is not limited to painting, as he has had four novels published as well. His hooks are written in Chi- nese, and deal with the at- titudes and lives of the Chinese immigrant in a new land. "It usually takes me about three or four months lo write a he said, "but one took me a year. "I am really just learning j how to write a novel, but I try to show friendship and love and hoxv people should get along better in a world of trou- ble." He said that every writer must have a point to get across, something worthwhile. WASHINGTON (AP> You don't have to be married to seek out a marriage counsel- lor. From Boston to Beverly Hills, psychiatrists and coun- sellors say that within the last year unmarried couples have been heating a track to their doors in unprecedented num- bers. "The principal reason they come is that most people who live together tecome emotion- ally involved and don't know how to break up." said Jarle Brors, founder of the Institute of Mariage and Family Rela- tions in Washington. Brors was among more than Uvo dozen family coun- sellors questioned in a survey of seven metropolitan areas- Atlanta, Boston. Chicago, Los Angeles. New York, St. I-ouis and Washington. All said their practices now include unmar- ried couples who live to- gether. "The understanding when they live together is that they're Brors said. "But it doesn't usually work that way. It's not much differ- ent from marriage except that in one case they have a ring and in one they don't." One counsellor gave this ex- ample of an unmarried couple that sought his advice: Peter and Pat, two college students from New York, had been living together about a year. Peter insisted he loved Pal and considered their relation- ship permanent, but he was not yet ready to get said the counsellor. "Pat was. After numerous 1 arguments, they went to a family counsellor. After foul- sessions, they split up. an out "It became clear that nei- ther of them felt comfortable together. After the first ses- sion it came out that he did what he damn well pleased, and she felt used, that it was nothing more than a conven- icnce for him." o n The friendship tea of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 Order of j the Eastern Star will be held 1 Saturday. Oct. 14 from 2 to 5 j p.m. in Southminster Hall. i Touring honors will be shared >y Mesdames E. Livingstone, Sauder, XI. Gibson, C- Mil- er, L. Larcombe, L. Kometz, jj-ckman and K. Powell. Convening the bake table will DC Mrs. E. Melling and Mrs. C. Orton Mrs. S. W. Davis and Mrs. H. Lyck- man. Xlvs. K. K. Robertson and Mrs. Shaver are trcasuers. In charge of publicitiy is XIrs. R. H. Thornton. Kitchen convener is Mrs. 0. Heidinger assisted by Mes- dames M. Peterson, A. Peebles, B. Tiffen, J. McCul- ley; Mesdames P. Wardell, A. JIubbard, C. Merrimen, S. Col- licr, W. Jordon, D. Yorgason, M. Wray, J. I Brocklesby and II. Chester. I White elephant table will be under the direction of Mrs. A. j Shearer. j WEARS THIN Many of the counsellors said that the intrigue of living to- gether without marriage sometimes wears tliln after awhile. "It's like trying to live with something the spirit doesn't go along said Joseph LaLiberte, supervisor of the Boston office of the Family Counselling Guidance Centre, Inc. "Despite the surface cool- ness and sophistication, they recognize the importance of a sustained commitment. 1 1 goes back to a primary need. It's been a part of them for so many years." Some counsellors said that unmarried couples often seek help in reaction to disapproval from family or neighbors. "Some are afraid of their image and hide the fact they're not said Dr. Leopold L. Waulder, a clinical psychologist in Greenbelt, Md. "The fact that it's a relatively new phenomenon makes it dif- ficult. Some people try to ex- periment with new kinds of social rclatioaships, but they also have ties with the past." fairly recently, I was a social failure. Being a revoltingly healthy was I to put in my ten cents' worth against such things as sciatica, lumbago or gall stones? Medically speaking, a ton- Mllcctomy at the age of four is small potatoes. a kaffeeklatch, I was the hlond who didn't have more fun, one-upped and out-psyched by anyone who had ever had appendicitis or strep throat. I'd never even had a fractured eyelash. Fortunately, in the nick of time to save my ego, I developed a really acute case of galloping inferior- ity complex, a highly infectious and contagious dis- ease caught, in my case, from a variety of mechanical appliances. I caught my first germ from the old pop machine at work. Now I'm pretty thick in the head, but gradually it dawned on me that I alone was heing singled out from the newsroom pop-swillers to be treated with utter contempt by that supercilious soda dispenser. Daily lie imbibed, large quantities of my quarters, and refused to part with his merchandise. 1 Inched him, beat his chest, swore and sometimes even snarled. He burped down my money and sneered at my puny attempts at retaliation. I finally solved the problem by sending someone else to work the machine, and the stupid klutz never did wake up to the fact that the middleman was really working for me. However, by that lime it was really too late, be- cause The Things at home had picked up the message from the pop machine and ganged up on me. The steam iron refused lo hiss, both radios gave up the gliost, the stereo went into permanent retire- men, the dryer started acting downright coldly, the toaster spewed forth toast all over the kitchen. And oh that washing machine 1 Snug in its corner in the main floor bathroom, it works beautifully for everyone else, but vents all its ire on me. Periodically I feed it loads of dirty socks, add detergent, twist knobs and wait. In due time, great gobs of soapy water dribble down the sides of the machine, cross the floor and spread out into a soggy mass of puddles on the hall carpet but only when I use the darned thing! It's a vicious political plot, that's what it is. Ajid last night, the worst happened. The can open- er broke down, and the whole family is convinced that we're all going to starve to death this weekend. But 1 always like to look on the bright side. At least that means I can retire with dignity from the battle against those mechanical monsters, which I have been rapidly losing. Besides, I can now look anyone firmly in the eye at a symptom-swapping kaffeeklatch. "If UR SANTA Everyone knows what they can get fo; THE BETTER HALF By Barnes SIGNS CONTRACT I TORONTO (CP) Toronto! soprano R i c k 1 Turofsky has' signed a contract with the New York City Opera. She makes her New York debut with the company Oct. 27 as Frasquita in Bizet's Carmen. Prior to this she will sing Mnsetla in the Canadian Opera Company's Sept. 25 and Oct. 12 performances of La Bohemc. FEWER DEATHS LONDON (AP) Abortion remained the largest cause of maternal deaths in the three- year period 1967-1965 in En- gland and Wales, the depart- ment of health reported. But a figure of 117 deaths represent- ed a decrease from the 153 rec- orded in the 1952-185-1 period, it added. Save 33% Drop Into de Jourdan's and SEE The combination offers at only "Your new elderly secretary called to say 'Like wow, your old man forgot his thai, BINGO RAINBOW HAU 1101 sih Ave. N. TUESDAY, OCTOBER lOlh ol 8 p.m. First Jackpot in S3 Not. 2nd Jackpot in S6 Hoi. Free Cards-Cards and Oamei, 2Sc per Card, 5 Cardi Jl.OO 3 Free Games Door Priie No children Under 16 Yuan Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Asiociallon If yOL) can wait unMl Wed- nesday you'll sove o big 33% or> hnnri cut, lead cryilal itemwaro. Direct Color and Dbluxe Mountings Included Christmas G-ft "ill happing for LOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM TH! CPR DEPOT CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CtOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A SI 00 Blackout Bingo played for lltl won very Saturday plui Jackpot! JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c each (located Next !0 No. I Firehall) look fo' Simpioni-Senn 37-page, full colour Furnishings Festival circu- lar. Oor I Wednesday, October U lH Again HEINTZMAN BY DEMAND You're Invited THURS., OCT. 12 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN HOUSE proudly present MILDRED ALEXANDER known the organ'i, 'Alexander ihe Great' Hammond Concert Orqan- lit and Teacher. HEINTZMAiN MILDRED ALEXANDER WIIEKB TIIK ACTION IS Mildred Alexander will demonstrate the many new models of Hammond Organs. Displaying the Dnyamic Artistry and Styling for which she is so renowned. A 'must' for the whole Family HEINTZMAN 313 -7th ST. S. PHONE 328-2663 ;