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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Fridoy. Auguit 50, 1971 tvmy False cultural concept to women s lib: psychiatrist .MONTREAL (CP> A Montreal psychiatrist s a y s that the trouble with the women's liberation movement is thai ils proponents are more interested in liberation of their manhocd instead of their womanhood Dr. Nathan Wiseburd. a psychiatrist at the Jewish General Hospital, elaborated on his theory, saying: "We've all been livins wi.h the false cultural concept that mar is powerful, inde- pendent, aggressive. "The women's lib militants say: 'In order for me lo be more independent, assertive, aggressive. I have to assume all those characteristics of the male.' "You know. they are talking about is not the libera- tion of their womanhood but lhi1 lib'-T.iLion cf their man- lie said in an inter- iew. SAYS SKXES EQUAL Dr. Wisebord. a one-Lime teacher at the University of Montreal, said thai in his mind [he sexes v.'ore "equal in the sense lhat we need each other." Bnl lie1 lidded: "There is (ins war. this competition. "The militant not only feels she has fait lo be like a man. but she has to be a better man. Tho way it's going, there may he a switch in roles. "The man will stay home and lake care of the kids Dr. Wiseboid .said the mili- Innt woman believes uncon- sciously ilitii man is superior. She to be like man because i[ she is all her problems will be. solved. "ft is ber way of trying to solve her very strong and ter- rifying dependency be said. "There's a lack agreement lhat the man is superior, and that's the problem because the man isn't. The doctor criticized mili- tants who berate tbeir fellow women iur being sex objects. imply that is ali a woman is. It is not true, that's cmisc Ihe militant woman now i their interpret at ion." he said. is saying: Til be the man and "A woman is a sex object, a you'll be the woman'. "And in 50 years Erom now I the men will revolt." j i Ftfvrmf LEISTER S Campus Corner malher. an organizer, a provi- der, a nurse lo her hus- band, to her family, to soci- ety. "Of course, if all a woman dees is lie there then I would be against it too.'1 he said. "But she is much more than that. "She can be sexy plus all those other things. Nobody is one tiling. We are a mixture of a thousand things." ho said. BOH SEI.ESKI S.UT One of the earliest studies on marihuana was conducted by the British government in the AN ARTICLE in the Decem- j Called the Indian Hemp ber IMS issue of Scientific j Drug Commission, it inteiview- American brought several inter- 1 ed some lino perrons who were calender oj f f I local iKinjciiiiirj Love Is booklets Due to customs r'ifficMillit's, and m o n c t a r y exchange, readers are asked lo ser.d re- quests For I he 'Love Is' loon honklcl (lireclly (o I.on- Is Book Lcllihrldgr Hcr- iild, I'-O. Hox Mil, I.us An- gcli-s Calirornia Cost of honkli'L is (ill cwnls in U.S. ClIITCIH-y. Those readers have sent in rL-oi-ests lo The Her- ald vill have money refund- ed and arc Ihatiked for (hair inlcresL in Ihis feature. The Iwoklet.s nrc now piinled and availahlc The annual picnic for mem-, hers and pupils of 111? I, nth-! bridge and Dislrict Oldtimers' I the second v.esL end of Henderson Lake on X. Parkside Dr, Ice Cream and liquid refreshment will be pro- vided. esting facts to my attention, i associated or users of the drug, j The theme of the report was j The outcome was a I permnican Club will be held marihuana a topic of vast in-, report published in 1894. cstab-1 Sunday, at 1 p.m. Hie picnic! terest to many today. lishmg the idea lhat il was no j js [ne second from the Earliest known use of the, more dangerous than whisky, drug was in China around 2737 More studies produced the B.C. Scientists trace marihuana' same result usage didn't af- in most every part of the world feet the user after even seven at some period of lime in his-' or eight vi'ars of exposure, lory. As compared to alcohol, mari- Jt was widely prescribed in huana doesn't affect one to the the western world for relieving j extent that liquor docs! Also, such ailments as coughing, fa-; there has been no known evi-1 lique, rheumatism, asthma, deuce thai marihuana contri-, migraine headaches and others. buics to Ihe development of any The Tax Act of 1930 made its organic disease: Many use it to relieve pain, a n x i e 1 y. and depressions THE HARROWING LIFE OF A JUNIOR-EXECUTIVE WEED PULLER Debbie Ann Crowe, 4, Ihe pressures placed upon her in her capacily of youngesl wead-puller in a company of six. The six induslrious youngsters entered a north Lelh- bridge shop recently lacking for summer employment, and fcund il pulling weeds out- side the front door for ihe unofficious wags cf 15 cenls flat rale; noi even minimum wage! But the seemingly discriminalory wages did not the children as they work- ed for one and one half hours, even offer'ng to add window cleaning lo their list of duties. Olber children involved Wayne Crowe, 4; Darren Lcnden, 6; Ray- mond Lcnden, 8; Larry Crowe, 13, and Georgie Crowe, 10. Pholo by Bryan Wilson Indian children arrive lo begin new school year use Tlie name marihuana thought tn be a corruption o[ Many, though, (he Portuguese word mnrigunn- go, meaning intoxicant. Mnnv names are used today includ- ing weed, pot. grass, sluff, maryjane. and many others. One of Ihe most intriguing points mentioned was the fact that marihuana was available in three grades. The first grade (called bhang) is the cheapest just try it for something socia new Lester Grm.spoon's concluding paragraph reflects the feelings of many, and I quole it hcnv 1' fn short, Ihe anxiely and sense of helplessness geneialed by [he dangers of our time may be focused in some degree on Marihuana, driving some peo- Kniurrlay morning. Ihe first of four bu- loads of Indian chil- dren will prrivc in LcMhbridpe to placed in LDS homes for the new school year. There he -11 children in- and most widely used. Made i pie lo protective immersion in from (he cut tops of unculti- Ihe drug and arousing others vated hemp plants, ii contains to a crusade against it. Al- a low resin content. 'Hie second! though either of Ihe.sc icspon- grade, known as Onnja, is of; ses have some adaptive higher qualitv (and higher resin value for Ihe individual psvche, This grade is made j neither contributes toward the from the lops of cultivated development of a mere secure plants and is usually used by world.1' Hindus in Tndia. The third grade is known as char as, and is the only grade properly re- ferred to as hashish. It is pro- duced by scraping the sticky, golden yellow colored resin off the leaves of cultivated plants. f'Hio views voiced in the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's. Iinl arc a reflection ol llic student's opinion.) MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you want and send I us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please add 15c postage on orders nnd under. i 1 1 r j i i i i 1. INDIAN RESERVATION-The Raiders 2. SWEET CITY WOMAN-Slnmpeders 3. DRAGIN' THE LINE-Tommy Jones 4. UNCLE AlBERT-Paul McCartney 5. WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW ABRAHAM. MARTIN AND JOHN-Tom Cloy 6. MIGHTY CLOUDS OF JOY-B J. Thomas 7. HEAR THOSE CHURCH BELLS RINGING-Ilic Dusk 8. CHICAGO-Graham Nosh 9. TAKE ME HOME COUNTRY ROADS-John Denver 10. IT DOESN'T COME EASY-Rmgo Starr RIDERS ON THE STORM-Tho Doors 1 12. MEND A BROKEN HEART-Bee Gees ASSISTANT David Snell is the new assistant to Dale physical direc- tor, at Ihe U'lhbridL'c ram- ily Y. Originally from Tabor, fimos Mr. Sncll is a recent ar' (1 ale of the University of Leih- bridge and received his de- gree in physical education and sociology. The 2-1 year- old assistant hns had varsity experience in such as curling, golf, volleyball, ami last year. V.T.S a member nf the Taher Hawks la- crosse team. Mr. Snell uill replace Deiler Gorngro.ss, as- sisUmL the past two years who is leaving the Y to go into business in IxMhbridgc. vnlvcd. rar.ging in nl the Greek Orlhodo" Ciii'rch Ivill. for the Of-cnsion wore N. Kryuonis, Tkacbcnko. II. M. Tron. M. ciior- ]i. Crawford, S. ForsythD, B. H an c h u k. S. Mirki.vich, L. Riisowskv. N. Avi-.-'nu-nko. L. Frn, 0. ravlen- ko. II Wolczck. A, Filkow.sky, 0. Kilkdusky. and D. Fi.Ikn-v- Mivs Carney is lo ber-omr the bride of .John Tkachenkn Satur- day Mr. and Mrs. llei'.lcll of Uilhbridjic are in Ponokn to allend (he firalualion cere- monies of their son. I.es, in psychiainc from Ihe Ponoka llospilnl Mr. Ilcwlnl is a prndnaic of Catholic I'm- Lral Hifih School. Mr. and Mi's. Iluish oF Gravenhursl, Oni. were met at the Calgary airport and driv- en into Lclhbridge by Mrs. -lean and Miss Lorna Mclntyre. They were vi'ilors of Mrs. H. D. Me-1 Intyre. lluish's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ratlray of Creston. li.C., visilcd Mrs. "Hat-' tray's mother. Mrs. Melnlyre. The Hatlrays had allGiidocl Ihe funeral of Mr Ranray's brolh- Mr v.'illiam CuiTie of Calmar. Alljerla. Withhold resources says VoW VAVCOI cr. Yoice of Women of Canada has urged tho Canadian negotiating team at crnnomif talks in D.C., lo withhold natural resources from I h e I" SI at w an a negotiating IIKIMIX'IH R'. In a In MilcbolJ mirislor of oxtcninl nl- fnirs. the s.iid il n-cog- rizod Ihe "InK- nf tbc I economic crisis in the U.S. in! monumcnlal military spending. particularly in Indochina.'' II said Canada bad "power-; Fill nepdlialirg Uuils in nnlural juul urged Ihe Ca- nadian government delegation lo "withhold such essential ma-I lerials as oil. nirikol, now supplying I be American war i machine." i Love 10... Idling him buy iiMilboul it'bciiyou ii'aiilerl n iicir 'lin- ing suite. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Remember the nagging wife who signed IKT Idler "The your answer was Ncthingsville. My husbar.d is a beautiful guy, but I am not blind to his faults and I see no reason lo act like everything is hunky-dorey and keep my mouth shut. (Your slock advice.) My husband has all Ihe human frailties mentioned by 'Screamer." plus a few more To be spscific, he: (1) Takes a ball] once a Maybe. (2) Ignores the fresh underwear I set out for him and wears the soiled things for a week or ten days at a time. (3) Brushes l.is tcelh once a week. Maybe. H) Spends lax and insurance money on sports equipment. So what: Nobody's perfect. Sure 1 yell a lot and I nag him plenty, but I have my faults and he yells at me, too. Yelling is an essential part of every marriage. The only lime it becomes a problem is when some jerk like you sells out her own sex and sides with the men. If you don't know what I'm talking aboul, Annie old girl you and your husband must be a couple of plaster sainls. tlenlon Harbor Wind Pipes. DEAR BENT PIPES: Plaster seinls? Don't bet the rent. We have. learned lo live together without nagging OR scrcamingl. so please don't lull me it's an essenlial part of every marriage. I love Ihe way you list your husband's faults and then say. with a perfectly straight face ''So what? Nobody's perfect." If you can put up will] a man uha lakes a bath once a week ignores fresh underwear ten days at a time, brushes his teeth once a week maybe and can call the guy YOU must be a plaster saint. DEAR ANN Do some more educating, will you please? After several years of wanting a baby but bcin? able lo have one of our own we decided lo adopt. As is often Ihe case. I became pregnant within a tew months after Ihe adoption. I gave birth to a darling little boy when our adopted son was 13 months old. Friends and relatives have made the following remarks: "I'm so happy for you. Now you know what it means to be a real mother." And how do you like Ihis one: "An adopled child can be a great joy. but it can't compare with having yoin1 own The most incredible remark was made by my aunl. S'nc snid. "Isn't it a shame you didn't just wait a few mcnihs more before adopting. Tough luck." I don't know how to answer these ignoramuses. Will you please tell people through jour column lhat when parents adopt a baby love him uilh all their being, and to suggest that IK is loved less than a child born to them is outrageous and insulting. lied DEAR RED: You told them, and in a most convincing manner. I can't add anylhing. Thanks for writing. 4 Pre-School Classes (NORTH LETHBRIDGE KINDERGARTEN) LIMITED OPENINGS INQUIRE: 327-1484 OR 328-9360 CASH BINGO ST. BASH'S HAU-Cor. Jjih St. end 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, AUG. 20th 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8lh Games in 7 NUMBER5-12IH Game S CARDS FOR 51.00 OR I5c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS LUCKY DRAW Persons Under 16 Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB ADDRESS "The only thing I understood about it was that tha tickets cost us four bucks 1" THE NEW CALGARY Y.W.C.A. 320.5th AVENUE S. E., CALGARY 21 Announces tho OPENING of the residence August 16, 1971 Aparlmr-nt style living for young women 16-25 yonis. Temporary guest rooms availohle for visitors lo Cal- gary. For Informdlion Writ1? BEV MERCHANT YWCA, 320-Slh Avenue S. E., Calgary 21, Or Phono 263-1550 VOTE GRAY, DICK PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE IN LETHBRIDGE WEST Interlod by; Dick Gray Campaign Organization ;