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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16- THI IETHBRIOGE funirfny, April 4, I97J Gentiainv fined on obscenity charge n (CD A w- vAmH'ii's lilt priislesji ttr.' Cnvr. hit AYil.v.'J country Uy ijnuo I lit1 samu. T _o has conic ;uitl :V and ni'e conlimi- i1: (ircor. .iLifhor of Die Tr.e FomaV l-'u- .ird university lecturer in Ausii'jlui. in ncvi Zea- land for only a wook. IB tl'nl time innumerable interviews. imevviewcd on televi- sion :HK) I'.if'io. numo] mis pub- lic meelimis f tiled to mcrlimv- in ar.svrr uri university crmpiLses, fivrlro of ilcinon- str.ituH's ami a mil. ciKivg.'d court, v.iih indercni. ami obscene all Xcalr.ndrrs talkuty m the vcitl" (lie Wild'' I lil'J SllVljeeL OL ihi1 llicy m.isily vised the tt.oni- selves. The court heaving in Auck- land resulted in auquiual on the use of (iii1 riciU and a fine of ?-V> on the obscene bruurMK1 i lir.tTe re- latir." IP v-oal The fine paid for her by the sponsors of her visit, Tlic Sur-day Herald. But (.lie last lia.; not IAVJH heard of the cafe. IMS lodged an appeal a solicitor. Meanwhile the -cperciii- sions continue. A cruv. d of Sf} i ly young people the court during tt.e hcm'inp, of the case, tried to force an at one stage, pi-p- jTiixl tlic police ttilh eggs, to- ni.iUu's and rubbish, and an .uu'itipl was made to interfere v. a police van. riot resulted in 20 ar- Some of those involved h.-wi? been fined. Other cases The call tor equality for uomc.'n in (he United Stales has moved from (lie street marches oiilo the campaign trail for Ibis year's presidential election. The candidates lor the 1972 presidential nominalion have decided thai speaking out on women's rights can be good politics. Who'.her it's pointing proudly lo the number o[ in- fluential women at campaign headquarters, or making promise'; about [iilure female appointments, "r ja-il making sure that every reference lo ''men1' is by "and Ihc1 candidates are talking about Ihc womtn's movcnicnl. 'All the candidates are sud- denly making noises like fem- inists." says Belly Fricdan, a pioneer feminist. "Cut they had better know Ihat rhetoric isn't enough. Women are emerging as a real political force and intend to pin down all the candidates on their lalk and promises." GET NEW ndi.r.s President N i xnn 's cam- paigners extol his record of first female nppninlmcnts. Senator Hubert II. Humphrey of il i n n e s o f a liar, called women's issues a "ray, very important part" of Ihc cam- paisn. Sciinlnr George Clowrn of South Dakota an- nounced last June that if elected he'd appoint a woman lo the Supreme Court and lo Ihe cabinet. Congress- woman Shirley Cliisliolm of Netv York is in Hie race her- self. have moved au'ay from Ihe mimeograph ma- chines and coffee canteens to play important parts in cam- paign management. Several candidates havr; female "ad- vance men.'1 A woman is in charge of scheduling for Hum- phrey. A heads 7ons for (Senator Kdmuml S.) Mu.slcio. Ii'onnie i.s York Mavor John Lindsay's depuly campaign manaKcr. Ilauscr is vice-chairman o[ the tcc for Ihc He-cleclion of the President. F c tn i n i s .s head special women's righls sections at several campaign headquar- ters. Amanda Smith is the ra- tional c o -o r d i n a I o r for women's in Ihc Me- Govern ramprjiftn. Ur-d or blue and ycllo'.v Inittons Ihe "O" in liis nume as the popu- lar symbol ior women's liber- female biological symbol wilh tile equal sign in- side. And McGovcrn has fern- i inist activist and wnler Gloria Steiiicm campaigning for him j as "the best white male can- i didale for president." Dr. Irene Murphy is the director for women's rights at Muskic's headquarters. She '.rses says there is alrendy a task force working on programs for v.omen in a Mnskic ad- ministration. f song-imter and j singer Ruth flatchelor said j .slie approached by a man J from the Committee fur the Iteelection of the Presklenl to write about women for Nixon. She declined. In the presidential con- ventions 13 per cent cif the Democratic delegates antl 17 per cent of the Republican delegates were female. This year, botli parties have vowcrt to nivc nearly represen- tation to love 33... enjoying self Liter than thtnk. The women of the Old Tim- ers I'LMiuniean (Hub will nicel on Wednesday at p.m. in (he cli'.b rooiTib, Oth St. and jtli Ave. S. j A spoiial mcLitiiip of the II os p j la 1 Stetl Nurses' be held Tuesday at ji.rn. in j the nurses' residence. A Rood i attendance is rctiuesicd. The reji'.unr meeting ot (he V.'omen of (he will lie j I'.el'l Tuesday at H p.m. in tho Moose Hall, -I Ave. N. Spe- rial visitor will (Jladys A1- ton deputy (rom Red I Deer. A good attendance is re- quested. The fourth performance of J Natural Iliph, a folk-rock musi- cal, will be he'd Sunday al j p.m. in (lie sanctuary of First United Church, Kith St, N. Cof- i Tee will lie served following the perfonnnnce, Kveryoitc i come. Lodge LA lo UTU will Isold the. regular meeting on Wednesday al a p.m. in tho IOOI-- Hall. There will be a practise and usua! lunch. Help' bfpn ha> ing piolilcjns. A [any calendars. particularly at [he neekrnd, arc not arriving in (ijiic (o be run on the rcqiivsled tlalc. To avoid fnlurn disappnintniciil, ask lliat nl! Tmliccs be ninlled in lime to arrive at the Herald not lattr than noon on the day before (lie dcsirc-d IJiiljHf.-ttioii dale. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upllairi) EVERY THURS.-B p.m. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furnilurc, Toys, Household Effect! CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICI OR LEAVE AT 412 In AVE. S. seminar A special workshop for puh- lie health nurses will be held I at Hie Park Plaza Motor Hole! Wednesday, starling at 9 a.m. The workshop is sponsored i by the University of Alberta Sclioul of Nursing, continuing nursing etiucr.lion. in conjunc- tion wilh I lie public health nnr- in Lcthbridge and soulhcm Mheila. Amy Zelinrr. assistant pro- fessor of liberal studies at the U of A will discuss differences in life experience hetween gen- oralions. Dr. A. E. SclionfiRld, profcs- isoL' of psychology at the Uni- vcrsiiy o[ CjilRary will explain tlic psyehosorial aspects o[ I aging. 1 In Ihe Etflcrmxm sessions, Dr. j J. Iloucll. nwlicnl officer o[ i twalih for the Sinfficon Unit near Kdtnonton. will denl J with miiltiphasic screening for I Ihe aged Aging as a public health mirsc challenge will be dealt v, lib by Hernice Webster, ior nurse .'it (lid Edmonton I Central Clinic. The workshop close v. i 'a (jLic.stinn and answer period. i ana out Mrs. L, K. llancy of Picture i 1 TlviltP, board member, :snd M. S. Milchf-'ll. expfiilive offi- cer, v.ill welcome guests in the M o n I :i 1 i Ion lib Assorinlion membership ten, tn be held Vn'cdnovlny al p.m. in the! I Marcus Unltl. EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT RIACKOUT IN 57 NUMBERS OR LESS (Intreoiino onft nombar per week until won) 111 GAME JACKPOT ilh GAME J23 (X) lOlti GAME JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS MEMORIAL HAIL PUBUC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 nat allowed Sponiortd by ladtei AuKiliary lo Conodian Legion A Boutique ol Beaulilul Liltle Economies lor 7-77 It's your face and your money. And Rimrnel lets you do incredible things wilh both. sultry new shades, new products, a whole new look. Rol'-on .79 r hnish 7D SIMPSONS-SEARS Quality Cosls ISo More At Simpsons-Scars STORE HOURS. Daily 9am. to S'30 p.rri., TSunday and Friday 9 n.m. 'o 9 p m. CenlrB Village. Telephone 326-9231 ;