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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Apll UTMMMMI Women told to get The Men White male labelled 'sacred cat MONTREAL (CP) Cana- dian women who want powtr in the labor force ihouU find out how many women in the country are committed to emancipation and then get nasty, Harvard Business School lecturer said. "Protest is not where it's Rudy Winston told a Women and Work conference at McGill University, "You and your sisters have to get at The Man in terms of power. Wt Macks nave been flfbtiof htm lor 400 years." He told the largely female audience to create tension for the who discriminate against them, saying they have at lent one excellent weapon for doing so. "You have bWofical gem and can make it tough for men just by saying'no. The major problem, as in the case of black emancipation, he said, is that jnost women are used to ted treatment, they don't know they are tuffeftsf. "The white mate If one of the most scared cats in the world." he uid. "A female on the work scene threatens his tenie of well-being and superiority. he'll try to regain his security at her expense in devious ways and sometimes will use sexual advances." there are two types of women in the worktag world, he laid. One Is very aggressive and always makM it. The otter type, includes the great' find difficulty pressure fr estaMisamehts out Juit and bear it and are erable." Janet Smith of the Equal Opportunities program of the federal public service told the conference that although 1W tteni whereby a aecretary is tomatically prornoteri along with heir boss, common in public service Mikes. "It's as though the secretary were part of his necessary office furniture-" could be on your way to a fabulous Conestoga Motor Home Holiday NOVA When you buy a new '74 model you become eligible to win FREE 74 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO 2 WONDERFUL WEEKS USE OF THIS CONESTOGA MOTOR HOME Collecting the sap All you pay is the gasoline STlwsr Curtis and Dean Watchorn and Robert and Dale Stacey check their sap buckets before heading for school. The boys collect sap from 30 maple trees around their block at Strathroy, Ont. their parents boil it down to about four gallons of syrup, then distribute it at a neighborhood outdoor pancake party which is held annually on Good Friday. Wool dresses highlighted [was Choose from a great Spring selection of new '74 Chevrolets Chevel'.es Novas Oldsmobiies Cutlasses Cadillacs Vegas Chev Trucks PARIS (AP) Dorothee Bis has knitting needles that really click. the long wool dresses and heavy, hand-made coats that slinked down the runway will make a whole. generation of girls suddenly want to wear real clothes again. Jacqueline Jacobsen and her husband Ely, the pair behind Dorothee Bis, started to play around with hanks of yarn for their first little Left Bank shop 14 years ago. Now they make everyone else's knits seem made with loving hands at hope. They've dipped the wool this season in fuchsia, olive, bright blue, henna, purple, red and grey. There are long scarves, gloves, a new tasselled over the shoulder bag that's worn in front to become a muff, and hats that hint at where all the inspiration comes from. .Roman stripes come over plain dresses, sometimes with a broad, patterned border a few inches above the hem. Plain coats go over striped dresses. In one plain bright color, head to toe, the silhouette looks like a poster on parade. The Jacobsens have not forgotten the woman who shrinks from the sight of herself in a rear-view mirror. Those elongated, easy overblouses go right down over the cover matching shirt dresses or ribbed flared skirts. The show-stopper was almost a true sweatshirt, black with the big ribbed turtle hat and gloves in color. What has never been done in Crash diet harmful TORONTO (CP) A Toronto doctor said crash diets may cause some young persons to lose all desire for food and keep losing weight when they don't want to. Dr. Harvey Bain, physician in chief at the Hospital for Sick Children, said doctors at the hospital have witnessed a small "epidemic" of such cases. He told a public meeting for parents that in some cases the person dieting can drop to about 65 pounds. The condition, he said, is difficult to treat and may require psychiatric care of up to a year. LEFTOVERS Pep up left-over turkey from the freezer with cheese sauce. knits before were the thick cover-ups, warm enough for the coldest winter. A cape that spread out in gores of high and low diagonal knitting was buttoned up the side and just covered the hips of a long, straightish skirt. A t '74 CHEVROLET HALF TON and Remember... When you deal with you'll BENY-fit 74 CHEVELLE MOTORS CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE GM TERMS TO SUIT MlMMbroNr1 2nd Avenue and 8th Street S. Phone 328-1101 Imagine a land where you can breathe the incense of salt, cedar and seaweed on a forgotten stretch of beach. Humphrey 6knew' of Hughes cash offer LOS ANGELES (AP) Former U.S. vice-president- Hubert Humphrey knew in advance of two contributions from billionaire Howard Hughes, former Hughes' aide Robert Maheu has testified. Maheu said Thursday in his million libel suit against'' Hughes' Summa Corp. that he made a verbal commitment for the political contribution with Humphrey in Denver on May 5, 1968. Humphrey, now a Minnesota senator, told The Los Angeles Times from Washington that Maheu's testimony was a "fantasy and sheer poppycock, and I'm weary of hearing about it." Humphrey denied that he wai In Denver on the date mentioned by Maheu. But a Humphrey campaign aide has testified that he ush- ered Maheu Mo the alleged Denver meeting with Humphrey on May 5. Maheu told the jury he left in cash in Humphrey's limousine and asked Humphrey, then the Democratic presidential candidate, to try to halt nu- clear testing in Nevada because it disturbed Hughes. Maheu, the former head of Hughes' Nevada empire, said the other was to be in a cheque. Humphrey told the Times: "Mr. Maheu was constantly bugging us about atomic energy. The matter was re- ferred to the AEC (Atomic Energy Commission) and they rejected it. He got no special treatment. He received exactly what any citizen prompt and fair consideration." Hughes' lawyers are trying to show through the alleged contribution that Maheu did steal money from his boss. imagine a land where you can inhale the perfume of pine beside a roaring waterfall. Cup your hands and drink deeply from a crystal-clear creek. Discover the strange mys- tery of mist-shrouded Forbidden Plateau. Imagine a land where you can stroll through an English city where flowers bloom the year round. Experience a metropolis on a harbour rimmed by towering mountains you can hike on in Summer and ski down in Winter, a metropolis where you can walk in a thousand acre park just minutes from elegant hotels. Drive through orchards that are frothy white in Spring and crimson red in Fall. Savor the Summer taste of cherry cider from a road- side fruit stand. Take in a rodeo. Discover a ghost town. Imagine a land of Seacoast. Mountains. Lakes. Rivers. Rangeland. Desert. Waves of Wheatfields. Imagine a vacation you'll return from with a thousand faces indelibly impressed on your mind and in your memory. This is British Columbia. To find out more about British Columbia. See your, travel lor information on all-inclusive package tours or write the Department of Travel Industry. 1019 Wharf Street. Victorid. B.C ;