Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE ItTHBRIDGE HERAID SalurJay, Augull 26, 1972 family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON JSN'T it nice to know that Somebody To women "like myself wlio are imprudent enough to have a large fiunilv in these days of soaring food costs, Blanche Bimier of Moose Jaw is an undis- guised blessing. Blanche li a s collected a choice assortment of thrifty family recipes, including one for a succu- lent stew, capable of serving eight people and one cat, I am reliably informed that with a little bil of manoeuvring plus a carrot and a stick or two of celery, it will even do the rounds twice. It calls for one medium-sized elephant ana two rabbits. "Cut elephant into bite-sized says Mrs. Binner. "Add enough brown gravy to cover. Add rab- bits and salt and pepper to taste. Cook over kerosene fire about four weeks at 475 degrees. "Serves adults (or six growing U company drops in unexpectedly, "two addi- tional rabbits may be used." "Do that only in an she warns, "since most people do not like hare in their stew." George Goldie eyed the recipe somewhat con- temptuously for a minute or two, then opened his mouth, "Nali nothing can beat a nice bit of bar- becued he muttered into his newly-sprouted facial fungus. And speaking of food, did you liear about the sweet little old lady who had her groceries swiped by a hippie on her way home from the market? "You may be doing your she hcllercd at him "but that's my OIA.C of- town. Mrs. Gary Morrison Cnee Ot was recently honored with se eral bridal showers. Hostesses entertaining Mrs, Morrison included Mrs, Cmrie and Mrs. J. Kerr; M Hector Hinatsu and Miss Kar Hinatsu; Mrs. R. Blenner Hasselt; and the Misses Debbie and Rob- bio Blenner-Hassett. Beautiful homes on display to raise money for charity FUND-RAISING TOUR of llie gardens at Ihc provincial jail on Ihe Old Coal- dale Road, where lea will be served irom 1-4 p.m. Wednesday during Ihe Jchn Howard Society's house and garden tour. Proceeds will help provide professional counselling ser- vices for prisoners and former inmales. Fmloy, pholo L.C.I. FROSH (Snicker, Snicker) DOROTHY GLOCK and DAUGHTER MUSIC STUDIOS Corner of 6th St. and 7th Ave. S. DOROTHY GLOCK, A.T.C.M., R.M.T. Teaeher of Piano, Singing and SYLVIA iea A.R.C.T., R.M.T. of Vancouver Tencher of Piano, Theory, Hiitory For information phone 327-3839 Pansan NEW YORK (AP) The Na-, lionnl Organization for Women cited a diaper manufacturer Friday for advertising a "posi- live image of women." But elsewhere, Ihero were pans among the plaudits in NDW's annual survey of the media's portrayal of The feminist group, In a study of advertising, television, magazines and other media, is- sued Positive Image of Women awards, Keep Her in Her Place awards and favorable ci- tatons. Among the favorable awards were: Proclcr and Gamble Co. for a diaper ad showing a small girl over the caption: "The future president of the United Slates deserves a drier bottom." Ms., the new feminist magazine. the First Inter- national Festival o f Women's Filrcs held in New York .June 5- I Yoko Ono .John Leimon for their recording roni Woman Is the Nigger of the World, and Sisters, O Sisters. Movie producer Alfred Hitch- cock received a Keep Her in Her Place panning for his film Frenzy, which NOW said was "a prime example of the alarm- ing trend toward rape and vio- lence in American films." Other negative wards: Shoe Co. of Milwaukee for an ad showng a nude woman ly- ing next to a man's shoe over the caption: "Keep Her Where She Belongs." Playboy and Cosmopolitan for "priming v.'omen for their role as sex jccts. Jimmy Castor's recording Troglodyte with its fly MAUREEN JAMIESON family Editor Last year Marie Wylic, chair- man of Ihc ways and. means committee of the John Howard Society, had an idea. Contacting Ihe attorney-gen- eral's department in Kilmon- ton, she got permission for llie society to hold an annual fund- raising tea at the tathbridgc Correctional Institute. She Ihcn rounded up a group of prominent citizens, and coax- ed them into opening (heir houses to public iiisjwctioTi "foi the cause. "We pay minimal rental for office she said. "Our main expense in I-cthbridge is foi- a social worker. Volunteers can't counsel people, 'lliat has to he done by a professional." "We always need said Mrs. Wylic. Volunteers do all the clcrica' work, visit Ihe prisoners and provide rides for families ami friemls of inmales who othct wise Slave no way of getting U the jail. There arc slightly morp thai 100 members in the society, ac cording to Mrs. Wylic. "We work tov.'ards prison re form and shnd TIM FHUK IETHBSIDGE JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT LONDON (AP) A pcW- coat revolution in organized crime is producng a new breed of women gang leaders and urban guerrillas, a Brit- ish security expert says. Women gangsters are "as ruthless or more ruthless lhan tlwir male counter- Peter Hamilton told on International conference of private detectives at Brighton, England, Wednes- day. Hamilton, a security firm executive, said women have carved out a leading role in Britain's underworld and in guerrilla organizations in Brilain, the United Slates and Germany. "There's no area of crimi- nal violence today in which v.omen art: not not ,is camp followers hut as op- erators, planners ami coni- mandei.s." llamhtun .said. "From Ihc security point of we can no longer as- sume that women arc tbo gentler sex." Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAl ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 613 3rd Ave. S. Phono 328-5447 BELFAST tAP) Five men eft Ritchie Wilson staring at a )rimed 30-pound bomb in her i v i r. g room recently, with only three minutes grace. She dragged tho bomb out.side and leaved it over the garden The blast blew out the win- dows, but Mrs, Wilson was un- hurt .iml her homo was saved. Mrs. Wilson, the middle-aged vafe of a resident magistrate for the Northern Irclanrl border town of Ncwry, was alone in her home'on tho shores of Car- linfjforcl L o it g h when the live armed men arrived with the bomb. Friends said two of the held her down while the bomb was primed. The gang ran off, warning Mrs. Wilson sho had three minutes In out, Instead, she d r a y g e d the a linck door and it over a wall. fUit for this, pol said, t he house would have bcon wrcekcd. Tlie homes of several rnagis- have been attacks! by bombers during Northern Ire- land's three years of violence. Kurly tius week, Britain put price on Iho heads of killers who have slain more thun 40 men and in ap- parently motiveless murders. 'flu: reward has been In an attempt to breach Ihe wall of silence faisl ratine a spcctal cC 100 ddcdivc.s spearheading a manhunt tor tho execution squads. Thft pangs nppcnr to be moti- vated by sectarian hut red hut operate ouUEdo the ranks of the Irish Republican Army or the Ulster Defence Association, po- CHICAGO (APj The Na- tional Safety Council repotted Wednesday that half-year lig- ures indicate that 1972 may be the deadliest year for traffic safely in the United Slates. A tolal of fatalities was counted for the first six months of tho year antl the council said Ihls was an increase of five per cent from Hie 24.7JO deaths recorded for the first six months of 1WI. There were deaths in June, Iho high- est fatality figure ever for that month. Tho council did not relate the total to the increases in popu- lation and number of registered vehicles this year over last. Howard council presi- dent, said in a Jotter lo Trans- portation Secretary John A. Volpo, that the major portion of tho increase in fatalities oc- curred in niral areas. Fatalities in rural ureas were up seven per cent for the firsl six months of 1072 cornparci with the same period of lasl year. Urban area.s showed a Ibrrc-pcr-ccnt increase, I'ylc said. Tho projections for flu; 1972 death count show the figure could reach the council The highest number (if traffic deaths in a single year was counted in i i _xV calendar of Tlie Anne Camplnjll Singers will hold registration 5 P In Monday in Southm i n s t e r i Church hall. Girls 11 years ami i over are welrome. 'Hio Pfilirh men's Kederalion will sponsor [i picnic on Sunday from 12 noon to G p.m. in Indian Hat- tic Park. fJamcs, prizes anil urnriscs have been planned. LIVERPOOL, England fReii- lcn _ what docs a woman do when she gets equal pay with a man'' Quite often she goes out anil gels equally drunk, says an exiiert here. Tiie finding is in a hook ished by W. II. Kcnyon, exc cutivc director of the Mersey- de council on alcoholism. Kcnyon says equal pay and opportunity for women arc .inked with the equal risk of incoming one of the approxi- mately alcoholics in Eng- land and Wales. "Emancipation of the female together with Ihc movement to- wards equal pay and the de- sires of llie working wife to tain a better standard of living for Ihe family have led l significant increase in Ihe pro- portion of female to male al- Kenyon writes. "Ten years ago the incidence of alcoholic males to females was between seven anil eight to Today tlw figures are be- tween four and five to one will imteli indication that the indi dencu in women is increasing Therefore, it could be said tba equal pay and equal opporlu nity for women brings with I equal ri.rk with regard lo alco holism." F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HAU 6lh Avo. A end 13th Si. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. S Card! for 1.00 or 25f! Each Throo 7 Number Gamei JACKPOT Froo Gomel and frea Cardi DOOR PRIZE Gold pay doublo money Children under 16 not allowed CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAIL A Blackout Blnffo ployad for Illl won every Solufday pfui JaeVpolt JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cords for or 25c each [totaled Noxt to No. I Firclialll Navy Lio of Canada, Corps, will hold n recruiting evening for young mc-n aged 11 -13, commencing 6 p.m. Wednesday at the ship, the NI.CC Chinook, ttlh St. and ]0 Avo. S. Interested young pcoplo arc lo lie in nt- temJanco or to phono 327-5M7 at (he abovo time. Kouthminster Cirelo Sviunrc Danco Club will sponsor a glnncr.4' class for couples in- terested in stjuaro dancinff. Thcro will 1x5 a fun night on Sept. ll nt p.m. in Koulhminster church tail. Lunch will bo served. "NOONER" MEN'S, WOMEN'S, TEEKAGERS Are You Busy on Sept. 11?