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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD Friday, October 12, 1973 Quiet wedding out for royal bride LONDON The cake is baked the invitations are out and scissors tire snipp- ing away at fine fabrics for the royal wedding gown Every last deisil of the dress is being kept close secret right up to the morn- ing of Princess Anne's marriage to cavalryman Mark Phillips Nov. 14. Even the guest list, something like 1.200 names, is being kept dark until nearer the day. It is all part of the buildup to the biggest nnal spectacular seen in Britain for more than a decade. The 23-year-old Anne, only daughter of Queen Elizabeth, was reported to have fancied a quiet wedding but stood no chance of getting her way. She will be the llth royal bride to be married in West- minster Abbey in the last 700 years ,ind the third since her mother was a bride there 26 years ago In between came the marriages of Princess Margaret, the Queen's sister, in I860, and the Queen's cousin. Princess Alexandra in 1963. FIRST ON COLOR TV In some ways the celebrations will be more vivid than ever. Anne is the first British royal bride to get the benefit of color television A recording of her wedding vows to the handsome Captain Phillips is expected to leap straight into the best-seller charts NATO is being temporarily weakened by 200 men so that the bridegroom's regiment the First Queen's Dragoon Guards based at Hohne in West Germany can be amp- ly represented on the big day. Most of the day's television viewing in Britain will be given over to the wedding. It will also be available to one of the largest television audiences in history, es- timated at 500 million people in 16 countries. Broadcasters will carry reports in 40 languages, from Russian and Hungarian to Thai and Vietnamese. The first part of their married life will be in an of- ficers' married quarter dwelling, near Sandhurst military academy southwest of London The 25-year-old Captain Phillips, whose regi- ment long ago gave up horses for tanks, is being posted to Sandhurst as an instructor PAY WILL DO As a captain his pay will be a year, somewhat less than the wage of an average London policeman. But Anne will draw a year from the royal purse. Sandhurst is probably not the location Anne would choose for a permanent home, and friends think they may eventually settle for a house in the area of southwest England where Mark's parents live in a comfortable 16th century manor. The Phillips family is well off without being extravagant- ly rich. Mark's father has business interests in the food manufacturing industry. The inhabitants of Great Somerford, nearest village to the Phillips' home, take a proprietary pride in the romance When Anne and Mark drop in at the local pub, a place called the Volunteer Inn. drinkers studiously avoid intruding on their company. For her dress, the princess avoided more formal cour- turiers and went to the pop- ular fashion house of Susan Small. The 'main design has already been chosen but a few more details remain to be decided before sewing begins. Every seamstress has been sworn to guard the secrets of a creation which, if leaked in advance of the wedding, could reap thousands for a rival fashion house. Top squad in Canada The senior cheerleaders from Catholic Central High School have been chosen to compete in the an- nual National Coca-Cola Award against 150 other squads from the United States, Mexico and South Am- erica. The girls were chosen on the basis of their per- formance during summer cheerleader clinics and will be presented with a gift certificate and commem- orative plaque if they place among the five finalists. Team members are: left to right: front row, Mary Jean Sawicki, Charlene Pisko; centre, Cathy Wensveen, Joan Mahoney; standing, Carol Reimer, Judy Modrze- jewski and April Seeman. Apex, Leila Kveder. Fish stew scales social ladder OPEN HOUSE 85th BIRTHDAY of WILFRED FIRTH Sunday, Oct. 14th 2 to 6 p.m. Eagles Hall Friends Please Call By JOHN L. HESS New York Times Service NEW YORK The world's cuisines are basically the product of thousands of years of efforts by women to make the best of what comes to hand A triumph of such endeavor is the bouillabaisse. Fishermen's wives around Marseilles developed this stew long ago to make palatable the trash fish that their husbands could not sell at market. It was so fine a solution that in recent decades the chefs of swank restaurants have taken to serving it. But they usually dress it up and justify a fan- tastic price by adding lobster or other costly sea food. This is what Thorstein Veblen would have called conspicuous consumption; lobster does nothing for a bouillabaisse, and bouillabaisse does nothing for a lobster An authentic bouillabaisse cannot be made without the trash fish of the Mediterranean, notably the rascasse. But wherever there are fishermen's wives, great fish stews are to be found. In France alone, every port has its variation. There are the cotriade of Brittany, the ttoro (it's not authentic unless it has two It's) of the Cote Basque, the chaudree of the LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA F" I I COLLEGE MALL STORE Our Lease Expires October 31st OUR DOWNTOWN STORE WILL REMAIN IN FULL OPERATION. TO FACILITATE MOVING WE ARE HAVING A STOCK REDUCTION SALE COMMENCING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th. Vendee. From the word chaudree, meaning what is cooked in a chaudron or cauldron, comes our word chowder which is of course, our solution of the same problem- how to make cheap or trash fish taste good During hard times, a weekly- staple in our family was a chowder made of the head and shoulder (or neck) of cod Our grown children still ask for it when they visit home, but it is no longer always easy to find the makings, and they are no longer cheap. Commercial fishing fleets nowadays fillet their catch and discard the remaining two-thirds of the beast which has the most flavor And home cooks who do have access to whole fish usually discard the head, tail and car- cass, which would make a splendid broth of many uses. Here is Karen Hess's recipe for a New England-style cod chowder, which can be made also with haddock or other fish: FISH CHOWDER 3 to 4 pounds of cod head. neck and bones 2-inch or 3-inch cube of pork 2 or 3 onions 6 or 7 potatoes, sliced or cubed Salt and pepper 1 Quart milk 2 Tablespoons butter 1. Remove gills If the head is meaty, set aside with any fish chunks you may have. 2. Cover fish bones with 3 cups or so of water and cook for 30 minutes. 3 Meanwhile, cut salt pork into small cubes and sizzle lightly in soup pot. When it starts to get crisp, add onions and fry lightly. 4. Strain the fish broth into the pot and add the fish head, making sure it is well covered When it simmers, add potatoes and any fish chunks and continue simmer- ing until all are tender. 5 Toward the end, scald milk and add to chowder. Taste for salt and pepper the salt pork will itself lend a good deal Finally, set butter on top to melt New England tradition in- sists on removal of the salt pork, onion and the head, and adds crumbled crackers. We never did. Serves four to six. There must be thousands of other solutions to the handling of fish heads and other trim- mings One from Burma is found in "La Cuisine des Pauvres." by Huguette Couf- fignal Mrs Hess translates and explains the recipe as follows: BURMESE FISH HEAD SOUP 2 Pounds (approx fish heads (gills removed) 1 or 2 onions, sliced 1 or more cloves of gar- lic, chopped 1 Tablespoon butter or oil 2 or 3 carrots, sliced Small cabbage, in chunks 2 Tablespoons fresh cor- iander, chopped Salt and pepper, to taste 1 Simmer fish heads and onions in six cups of water, 35 to 40 minutes. 2 Heat garlic in fat until it starts to turn yellow. 3. Add broth, pressing through strainer to obtain all the juices, then add the other vegetables and salt to taste. 4 Simmer until tender Finally add coriander, check for salt and pepper, and serve. In and out Models for the Beta Sigma Phi fall fashion show. Fashion's Door to '74, to be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 23 and 24 at the Yates Memorial Centre, will be Joan Robinson, Carole Perry, Bernice Ober, Leslie Mar- tin. Wanda Huszar, Kathleen Thompson, Cathy Langston and Ann Reed. Male models are John Hoopfer, Pat Rutten, Gordie Hopkins, Paul Rusznak, Gary Jones and Jack Gleason. Tickets are available at Leister's Music, John Black Mens' Wear and Maxine's Ladies' Wear, as well as at the door. ALL CURRENT SEASONAL MERCHANDISE IS BEING OFFERED at SALE COLLEGE MALL STORE ONLY SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE STORE AT -HE BETTER HALF By Barnes EXCHANGES MAY BE MADE AT OUR DOWNTOWN STORE BUT NO REFUNDS. SALE CONTINUES TO OCTOBER 27th. College Mall College Mall 'It's funny how the post office never loses a dental appointment card1" ANNUAL FALL SUPPER St. Andrew's United Church Hall Cardtton, Albtrta Monday, Oct. 15th to p.m. S2.50, Family Children 10-5 The Herald- Family Lutheran women elect officers As newly-elected president of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League at Im- manuel Church, Mrs. Clark Lundgren chaired the first meeting of the 1973-74 year. Other members of the new executive are Mrs. Horst (Delores) Mueller, vice president; Mrs Eric (Fran) Lyon, secretary and Mrs Erwin (Ruth) Pohl, treasurer. Appointed committee chairmen are Mrs. Carl (Alice) Hahn, Christian growth; Mrs. Lyon and Mrs. Walter (Em) Schoepp, cradle roll; Mrs. Ernest (Minnie) Komm, historian and publicity; Mrs. Ludwig (Lot- ti) Stein, hospital visiting; Mrs. Ernest Hahn, hostessing, Mrs. John (Babs) Erickson, library. Meetings are held monthly on the third Tuesday from September to June, and all women commu- nicant members of the Lutheran Church are eligible to join the missionary league A unanimous decision was reached at the September meeting to adopt Food for RITA LUNDGREN president Children through the Luthern World Relief as the yearly mission project of the LWML, with mission support also be- ing given through monthly mite donations at district level. Plans are underway for some members to attend the annual fall workshop to be held Saturday, Oct. 13, in Cranbrook, B.C Calendar Girls any age interested in trying out for a hockey team are asked to phone Ken Brown, 328-0881. The Writers" Workshop will meet at the home of Mrs. Catherine Drake at Warner at 2pm. Saturday. Southminster United Church Women will hold a used and usable sale in the church hall from 6 to 9 p.m on Thursday, Oct. 18 and at 9 a.m. Friday. Oct. 19. There will be items of used clothing for men, women and children; books, jewellery, small appliances, household goods and furniture. Everyone welcome. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regular dance at 8.30 p.m in Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch St. Patrick's CWL will spon- sor a fall tea and bazaar from ,2 to 4 30 p.m Saturday in the church hall. The annual tea and bazaar of the Women's Federation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will be held Wednesday, Nov. 7, with Mrs W. A. S. Johnstone as con- vener. Southminster Junior Girls' Choir practice dates for the coming week are as follows. Monday: TV appearance 2 p.m Dress rehearsal from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Yates. Bring bag lunch Tuesday. Radio interview 9 a.m Wednesday; TV appearance 10 a.m Dress rehearsal from 4 to 7 p.m. Light snack to be served. All tickets are to be handed in Saturday: Rehearsal at 1 p.m at the Yates prior to show. Official accompanist for performances will be Mrs. Shirlev Wilson. Patrol leader training for those in the Chinook Area will be held Saturday at the Scout- Guide Hall. Regular monthly training will be held at p m Oct 17, followed by a meeting of the Lethbridge Guiders Club PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upttitn) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. OCTOBER 7-13 A Farmer's Wife Gels Upsel About Food Prices As You Do! It's true' Not everything a larm wile servos to her lamily it. produced right on the l.irm. And so she feels ihe irunih Hi Ihe (hefk-nut counter just 45 muc h as von Ho. The Ijrm wife hjs anoth- IT reason lor being upset she knows how little ol lood Hollar her husband receives for ei.imple, Ihe termer's share fti A ol bread is onlv about three ents! Ihe is nude up in handling, Iransporla- lion. millmn. baking and markelmi; That m ;