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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THf IFTIIHRlnGE MEUA1D December 21, 1971 X amilvt bias favors men anadian universities The royal report on Ihe stains of lii-nuphl out in 'I-1' univci-- sitk'.s p.v. Mr average female family innnbcr male counterparts in every sphere bin home enmmiiics. More than per cent of women faculty members were teaching in the lower categor- professors, lec- turers and part-lime instruc- tors June Ailani of the Oliver- Mty of made ;t for the Association of Univer- sities and I'liilei'cs of Canada meetings this autumn which showed" that about 71) per cent of women teachers are in the humanities and social sci- ences. love is In and 1U70. there were male deans and H female .leans. Male academics earned an average salary of and female SlO.fM. An analysis indicated more than half'of Ihe salary difference could he accounted fcr by the si-! difference alone. Svlva M. Gelbor. director of the' federal labor depart- ment's women's bureau, said male professors make from 7.0 per cent to per cent more than women coimter- raris. STARTS KAISI.V Jill Victors, assistant pro- fessor of political science at Onrlcton University, said the bias starts during undergrad- uate years in which only one- third' of the students are women. This percentage shrank still more at the grad- uate level. Women students, as a result, had female professors to serve as models. Dr. Naomi G r i f f i t il s is chairman of the Canadian As- sociation of University Teach- ers status of faculty women committee. She said discrimi- nation against women is no than -lews, blacks or c'.her minority y.-oups. Although she had not been approached by staff members complaining ef sex discrimi- nation, she said she has iKard abundant talk about part-time faculty staff, a large propor- tion of whom arc female. A part-time faculty member is paid SI .200 per 'course at Carle-ion. If she teaches two 1 courses, she is paid S2.400. Tvvn courses, are considered a full-time load for most, as- HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAU 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AI 412 1st AVE. S. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th AVENUE SOUTH Telephone 328-42M sistant professors, female fac- ulty members sa.l. But part- timers were paid about, one- third of a male assistant pro- fessor's salary. Jill Vickers said the univer-' siiies exploit part-time fac- ulty. There was a "dmi't- rock-the-boat" attitude among those willing to work for such low pay. she said. Dr. Gordon Caplan. chair- man of the biology depart- ment at the University of Ot- tawa, said he blamed social pressures for the lack of women in som? fields, most noticeably in the hard sci- ences and engineering. Women were not encouraged to compete on equal terms in these fields as thev were, say. ill Communist countries. Dr. Caplan said discrimina- tion is obvious on a national scale, it is most evident in promotion, he said, and women tended not to be prom- oted as fast as men. Minister cautious toy buyers OTTAWA Consumer and Corporate Affairs Minister Ron Basford today disclosed that' random checks by officials of his department of plush toys on the Canadian market j have shown a substantial num- j her had failed to meet one or j more of the standard? set for] the toys under [he Hazardous Products Act regulations which i went into effect November 1. i Mr. Basford sr.id that those manufacturers and importers i of plush tovs vhose products; apparently failed to comply I xvitli the regulations have been] j advised that the regulations will be actively enforced. The pointed out that the main area of concern in the 1 toys sampled that of in- securely fastened eyes, parti- j I cularly Uio.se with metal dag-' i ger like fastenings. 'Children using plush toys are prone to put everything pos- sible in their mouths." advised Mr. Basford. "This clearly pre- sents a potential danger." Mr. Ra.sford suggested thai parents who have purchased plush toys this season should subject them to a home test by placing their fingers around the eyes and giving a firm, steady pull to ensure ihat they arc se- curely fastened. j Other areas in which some of j the sampled toys failed to com- ply with the regulations includ- ed: for toys wrapped in plastic bags, failure to include on the bag a warning to parents that the bag be removed before giv- ing the toy to a child. A small- er number of the toys failed to pass flammabiiUy tests, or were constructed with internal wir- ing which had sharp points. Programs updated lor girl guides IORO.NTO (CP) Helen j Gurd says she doesn't under- 1 M iml wliy girl guides have a arc image. Mrs. tiurd. chief eommis- j ('ncr of the Girl Guides of Csn- (I i since Hay, says the organi- is in a cnn.siant stale of iriinge. to kCL'p its activities contemporary. arc constantly researcli- ing programs and updating tlvm. do think our image tends to lie square, il might even be railed cubed, and I don't know causes thai II might be the uniform. People arc anti-uniform ;v. especially the young, tin ugh UBV are in uniform :hemFclvc.s, as have Mrs. Gurd says much of the criticism of the guides seams to come from people who have nner belonged and who may imagine I he organization has s me military aura ?bcul it. She says the most rcceni tlnngc hcs been in the senior. Ranger level. There were three types of Ranger, air, sea and land. Now there is only one typo and the girls may choose the I adivities they want within the program's guidelines, and may change them if Ihey went. HOST TO WOULD BODY She says they are considering changes fcr guides so that girls at thai level can start choosing their program in co-operation with their leaders at a younger age then they now do. I Mrs. Gurd has become chief commissioner in a year when the guides are making plans to he hssls. for the first time, to j Ihe Wo.-Id Association o{ Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. j About 400 people will be in Toronto next June 13 to 23 to i represent most of lha 87 world associations at the 21st world conference. Tiie general theme be the contribution of the association to Ihe development of countries. Jn closed sessions, delegates i will consider policies and stand- i arris for the purpose of fostering and extending Uiu aims of the associalion. WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH Mi '4 i "ttffi f i Vs- A, HEY SANTA! High on the Christmas wish list of most young men is a playful pup. Shawn Michael, son of Lil and Ken Ball of tethbridge, has big ideas. He's decided King Arthur a nine-week-old St. Bernard owned by Heather and ken Taylor, would a rcerfect nlovmale. bV Walter Kerber lovers should visit tlie library Man's best friend and the child's comoanion is making big news this week. Emphasis is on the dog and mi the dog lover. Mhbvidge libraries are cur- rently displaying a good selec- tion "of hooks on dogs, their beauty, care and their train- ing. Stressed will be those books and activities which have, spe- cial appeal to young people be- tween the ages of 7 and 17. Included with tire displays will he announcements on the formation of a Junior Kennel Club for Lethbridge and Dis- trict dog fanciers. The meetings will be held monthly beginning on January 7. and training classes for ju- niors will begin January 11. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. LEinoniwut run BINGO IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 58 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS CHRISTMAS CHOCOLATES-FREE TURKEYS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 3th and 12th) in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 _____ LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 49 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing one number per week until won) 1st GAMB JACKPOT 5lh GAME (X) 10th GAME BLACKOUT IN 57 NUMBERS OR 1ESS SPECIAL 2 FREE GAMES FOR TURKEYS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by ladies Auxiliary to Canadian legion COMPLAIN VANCOUVER (CP) The people who get most upset nlwtit obscene literature are those who have never read any, an American sociologist says. Dr. Otto Larsen of the Univer- sity of Washington says most people are interested in pornog- raphy only because it is taboo, and if laws against it were re- moved, its appeal would greatly decline. PRE-INVENTORY SALE! Special values throughout the Store ENGLISH CRIMP (11 oz.) The bast in crimp material. Reg. 5.98 yd. Now Only.............. t CRUSH VELVET Pre-invenlory. Special Only PLAYTIME COTTONS Regular to 1.69. Pre-inventory special only PARTY BROCADES Regular to 7.69 yd. Pro-inventory special HEATHERTONE ENGLISH BONDED Mix and Match. Reg. 5.39 yd. Now Only Vd 4.98 vd 5.59 V, 990 Vd 3.89 yd. 2.89 Savings on all. "STRETCH. KNIT" MATERIALS Register now for Stretch Sewing Classes Beginning January 11th, 1972 CASH OR CHARGEX ALL SALES FINAL 426 13 ST. NORTH PHONE I I? M t Gift Suggestions from FOR HER! ENGLISH and FRENCH STYLE SOiAPS EADY-BAINES ARMACY LTD. BRONNLEY both or toilet sizes Pine, Santcl, Carnation, Geranium, Cologne, Country Herb, Lemon, Lavender also in sets with lotions and 7 fj bubble baths. From I J ROGER and GALLET Blue Carnation, Eou de Cologne, Santal O QQ soap sets from t YARDLEY Red Roses, Lavender, also talc and beauty bath from 1.25 BATH PRODUCTS 1.50 Sets or Singles. From AQUARIUS by Max Factor powder, bath spirits, bath irlk, bath gelee, body splash. 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