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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HESALD Friday, January 197J Natural calamity requires safeguard N'EW ..n: upon mamase. tne insur- car, your your life fire, their and as flood arti ab'Ju: ugainsE that other ns'.'.ira: divorce? rir.. ihir.ks so much ci '.he "ies ho is "he Xe-.v child support in the event of a divorce. But, if the marriage proved to be a lasting one. the protection could be extended to other uses. Halperin's proposal has generated interest among feminists, lawyers and legislators and such organizations as NOISE, ahe National Orgimiation to IniDrove Support Enforcement; founded a year or so ago to improve the concept pi child support. WORK WITH GROUPS -V01SE has a mailing list of more than 7 1X0 interesied men anol women and wl'j: groups active ir. the fields of divorce, alimony ar.d child support. The founder of NOISE is Diana Du Broff. a en-year-eld grandmother and a fellow of '.he .'.cademy of Matrimonial who says her aim is alleviate tr.e suffering of the silent, miccle-Lncome A number of middle-class women, she said, are forced to go on welfare because [hey receive no support from divorced husbar.cs and have no trair.l-ig lire ?3 gcoc v'hanv-'-o because c: p The ;f lire or ys r. a Shoe men predict fall of icild ones NEW _ wing Gets her point across will penny-lcafer? saccle-shces. ''The saccle sr.cts are very big." said O'Xeefe. nien's fashion Tre :-xs is -J-? shoes" 'ros- ier. "d ties." Divorce insurance ''cculd be something a trast :v_r.d out by the courk. cr by their psrents. as 2 res' ecg. The parems nisht be esred because Erancpareriis are somedmes faced with the port of children if the couple spli'S Up.'' Halc-rrin said the underlying idea would "oe some system of guaranteed support where chil- dren HOI suffer because L-cir parents' carital prob- February is heart month, end caring encugn to give be everyone's responsibility. Mrs. Edna McMullen, reside-i'ai heart campaign chairman, points cut an crea of the c'ry 1o be covered by canvassers. The one-day ho use-Jo-house blifi will iake plac3 Heart Monday, Feb. 26, but many more volunteers are needed. Care for some- one else and offer your help. Informa'Ion available by celling -Bill Grcenen, photo Novelist intrigued manipulators National survey investigates diet By JVDE TURIC samples taken to provide the Herald SlaH Writer complete health picture. The urine samples provided Rickets has sapped one-third I a check on diabe.es and a of a million dollars from one knowledge of the nutrients hospital in one year alone. This being retained in the body disease, formerly believed to be Dermal checks gave a bact- under control, is associated pound oi the effects of nutri- with poor nutrition. tion on teeth and gum condi- These ar.d other factors were discussed by the Lethbridge Home Economics Association at a recent meeting en nutri- I [ion. In Ontario, 70 per cent of I girls in to be receiving poor or very poor nutrition. I And oi 7SO senior citizens t sampled, half had some form i oi dietary problem leading to general poor hezlth. Such evidence prompted the i planning cind operation of Nu- trition Canada a nationwide survey for determining the type of foods Canadians eat and the slate of their health. i Qualified research team; composed of doctors, dentists. nurses aai nu-jition experts, i went iDio action in mobile units ac-oss the country. Designated communities were tions on IoDQ stoppmg and prepar- Deluded. Mrs. Beth Johnson, a Leth- bridge home ecor.om'it, ex- Grade 9 were judged the food cf Lh, that it ,v-_ J0 people es- food b measure- THE BETTER HALF By Barnes By GLENNIS ZILM OTT.V.VA 'CP The ways ztc'.'e power ar.d how the? gain and use it fsj-cinste Blarore Horsrd. v.-hose first rove! reflects thfs. Durirg an the 49- year-old wiie of former MP Bruce was in tr.e Oct. 30 election she war.ted to about "the Ltterrlay of "Vcu car, call it ar. cld-fash- iored r.Te of neve! where good is pittM aeairst e'.-H." she said. Sl-.e said she is ai- about how or.s rsrsor. is a'-.e 'o niaite an- do something. She said she saw rr.ar.y such "matiiDdators" durlr.2 her 10 Students years Ln the business world ss found she had too much free' Later, when her husband ciuding a chartc-red Eceo'-ir.cant lime. began to be inirresied in poll- areas. r.ob--o'-' as wild So again to wric- tics, she encouraged him and. as she' added, re- iaS- something she'd done oc- during the las; five years. "Instead, the teams use of graduated models of and the person was asked which size corresponded to tile amount he or she had she said. She added that the complete results would be published in ar.d would be available to the public. It has been said that if the survey follows a trend set by the United States report, one .-isited'and households sampled fclf of all Canadians wifl be at random to ensure a good found to be poorly nourished, cross-cut of the population: in- "In this modern contin- Dorthern and rural ued .Mrs. Johnson., "it has been estimated that we buy more packaged, pre cooked iernsg to cnaracter casionally when her children of her novel, The Manipulator lvere Sis'd had several "-IcCle'Jand and ST.95. Dories and articles pub- "politics have been our whole life." ____ Sbe's considering Arch'.FCi Bill Wer.iwonh is the h'shed mciuding the first- novel, although she hasn't perso-ifica'Lion c' pure evil 5'ror; sne d written, started it. After this book was using even murder to achieve uruch was accepted without re- finished, she'd had to throw quested the person to recount the solutions." '-Js er.ds a the puU against "sioa. herself into helping her hus- T' amxsi the same with bar-d campaign this summer. Armed with ]4 general qus tionnaires. and a specific one foods, eat less at home, eier- for pregr.ant wcnien. the teams else less, consume less potatoes bierviewed each panicipant in- and cereals it al] has an another effect. The basis of the survey was "Nutrition Canada will pro- a nutrition recall, which re- vide the answers and possibly John P'rii- LEISTER'S icorKins for tr Campus Corner JL the forces of good, l'-y the here- narrat iirs. Tne black and white, al- -eat Sunday seSobi battle has drawn a nurriber of -tkir.rl ootumer.ts frctn cridcs. In tr.e inter.-ie'.v. Mrs. How- ard said herrseif: "A_rjOtbsr time around. I'd devp'O'? nty characters more three-ii tttecsi cc allv She said she'd exaggerated. tr'-jig to stress "the -Impact of a bating on a r-ersonah'ty.'' IN OTTAWA She wrote the novel after she .ovccl into the crieated" Lie of a >tP's wife iii-eri her was elected i-. :K3 to the House of Com- r-.ori as Liberal member for ir.teror British Columbia of Okar.agai Eo-j-idary "ir.e role cf ai MP's lf to wm Tbm b-v point of the campaign, others novel it was she '.eld a friend about it at z parry. Now a civil servant, he'd previously as a reader for McCleiland and Stewart Ltd. began to realize we were right in Toror.-.o w He suggested she send it to they accepted it. southing of a rarity for a re- lativeiy unknown women's first NO DISCRIMINATION Not that she'd felt ary par- tictilar agaicsl -Titers. as oppDsed to everything he or she had eaten She. concluded saying that or drank the preview day. Letbbrldge has need of a good All factors were taken into sufrition LiformEtico centre to accoiont. witli a den- provide material people tal checkup acd blood aad urice really use.'' By HITA WOELCKE Kale High School Cnatdaie This articie is dedicated to all the ctvoct follower? cf srin- sterhood. Too have m- married womeri beer, branded as social pariahs. Abolishment of the old must be acrjeved for one reason. the term dc-es ".'jt apply :c> modem career u-o- man of today. The stipna o: her siarcre still remains as a result of tne iriis- concepticn the pub'tic, holes ro- gracirj her -vc The label clj recders an of the siereor.-pe Gladys G.coc :s as prim and proper, dressed plain- ly and severely. tive about her mania! staves and havLn.g a social ll'e ecJ.'- alent to zero, in masculir.e h e bachelor, is c-d as beir.e" sua-.e der.T.alre. and fashion I: is naturally assu that Che bachelor cr.i.'se r.c-: ro enter the holy bor.ds of whereas the unattached female was unable to catch a member of the male species. Society does r.ot even con- sider the possibility that sin- gle women have more ambition than the typical housewife who seeks tae support, moneynse and emotionally cf 2 husband! Many female adolescents are brought up assuming that mar- riage is the ultimate goal in life and as a result direct their energy toward this purpose. Just because a woman is past '.''hat (--onslcer? a star.d- ard marriageable age. people adont the idea that she whiles a-n-ay her evening time in fror.t cf the :ube. She could he living a very satisfy- ing, fulfilling life. In other many so-call- ed old rr.alc> are to use a well-worn cliche, "doing their our. raised by Grace 4 students a: Galbrai'.h Scrjio: froir. a parerx sr-de-: tonle drive Li ;he earlier this "H-e J-T stucer's. wvo hope to raise about S1.2W :or a five- cay e.vrurslon this May :o arc Jasrrer. ha-'e or- ganized other projects '.o be he'd durins year in aid of their trip. vn-h the help oi their par- ents, the s-jcer.ti have estat- a 1130 27A Street North and wHi op- eraie a newspaper car- ton depot a; their school Also planned by the susier-.ts sale, a ies-uval. a cor ar.d a raffle. Grade 4 teacher Dorothy accor.pany stu- or. their travels :o Ed- ncr.'Lon. Hlr.xr.. Banff and Ju5- per. some of the trpatmm: wronen get in the business world. all. some of the best Canadian fiction today is com- inE fron our she said "Lock at Margaret At- 7TCOC.'' C-.ucs also have beer, u_-- kizd at-rri a fen-iale from a man's but Mrs. Howard laughed lightly about this. she didn't. thini there much differ- ence how the seies think. "And I didn't want this to be a book about women's rights." Making tiie narrator a woman would have added another di- to the bahle between good and evil and she wasted to deal with this in two person- alities the two sices of "a split-personality conflict." She said she thought this would be I uncomplicsted by male-: female ramifications. Eom in Dayslara. AlLa.. she; moved with her family to Lloyd- minser. Sask.. during hsr school years. After high school there, she went to the Univer- OJ.tNh.AGEN AP. Or.e Of Alberta a Edmonton aid graduated a degree in chemistry. Purirg the years ir. Penticton. she's alway-s beer. a working wife acd mothe--. b-'t in Ottawa she Danish queen diffident about getting the campaign going." that time, i: was !oo late for Liberals in the West, how- ever. Mrs. Howard didn't regard the defeat of her husband as a reaction against him but as a declaration of disenchantment aaainst the Eovemmeot. 'L' the political climate changes, they may trv again, she said. In the meantime, the Howards have decided to stay fa Ottawa and her husband has appointed esec-jtive as- sistant to Health Miraster Marc La'.once. .Asked whether The Manipu- kv.or referred m any 'Indi-ect ways to political life or po'.ti- dans. 'N'js. Howard said "no." "It was started in the fan of 1969. Wed only been here a year then." n an 1 town oat Proud Canadian B} OLE DITS year after rf-g chrone Denmark s Queen is a ;o L-e CORKED .AS CHEynST -e- and raced A-'re- she con- prospecis of change. Margrcrhe wept openly when proclaimed queen Jan. Tne 33th annual conve-rdon P: the Alberta Social Credit Wo- ir.rn s be held on Thursday. Feb. 1. ir. the rllon- Room at ;he Chateau combe in EcmonroiL Recsradoc will be from 9 a.m. io 12 DOOC, uiih the coc- vantion ceauner.ciag at 2 Surekha Mojit'-in proud'y ho-'a's her daughter, be- lieved fo be the firs' bcby bom in Ccnada among the Ugandan Asians came to this counlry last fall. rr.other end chi'd ere reccy to the Hamilton hcspifal, they plan to move a rew home. (C? prejudice is to the label old maid. Why net a nrre aDoropriate title i.e., bachlor- ette? omen if LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS U of L Concert Series WED, JAN. 34 8-30 P.M. YATE5 MEMORIAL CENTRE HOWARD lOUiSE CHAPViN Picrc Lethbrldge Symphony Concert The Opera Orpheus MOM.. JAN. 29 P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Wilson Junior High Presents "The Wizard of Oz" FEB. 7, 8 AND 9 Tickets available al LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. PHONE 328-4080 elect officers The '.Vo-sr.'s Auxiliary oi the recently held an of officers for ihe 1973 icrm of office. Klecrcd president K P. with Mrs Aer.es Lush as honorary' presi- dent Mrs. Ar.dree Houltor. Other officers installed includ- i5. the day Ihe of Frederik IX. :re old sailor kir.g loved the royal Mar- .Jrethe srcni of the sum- rr.er cruisin: sr.J ;he provir.ces her French-bora husbard. Prmce Kennk. 33. ard their children. Croivn Prince Frerienk. 3, and Prince JoachLm. 2. Such traditicn may have Dpjic-s, but Iher? 3.so some lhai Margrelhe did not broaden contacts between the palace ar.d the people at a time when rr.onzrcbv again is being de- bared. Some reporters found the court less open than in Frederik's 25-year-reign. A vet- eran reporter of a weekly magazine he has "all but given up direct conuct with the court." -Jens Otto Krae, former prime minister, said in a diary pub- lished recently, that uhiie the ticued w work as a chemist, moving ;o a j-w in irhe.- husband, then in ihe transferrec over- seas. Ln ytl. the Howards moved to P jtic'o-. B.C where they ti a small newspaper and prl-.ting business. She wrote a couple of short stories, then de- cided to try a career as I chanered accountant. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstain) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. a U c r '5 j- a t I'c [Ce L .wEiSU'E FO? QUALITY i Specializing in Fabrics, Drapery, and Sewing Needs entro Village Mall Phone 328-4536 n i ed Mrs. A. S. Johnstonc, old kin? had no knowledge of first vice president; Mrs. Jack- politics. Margrahe "has politi- ie Gort, recording sccrtitan' rf second vice president: Mrs. cal insight." The con.stiiution ffives no po- Hyaci-ih Biirch, coiTesponding litical powers to a monarch, bu! government sources said Mar- rcthc makes certain she knows secn.-L.iry. Mrs. J. Echindeier, Uws- urcr; Miss Molly Coupiand, his- what is in any major legislation tori.in and Mrs. J. R. McLcod, before she goes through the (or- publiciiy. malily of signing it. My Dear Ladies keep in mind ihaf GEMINI BEAUTY SALON (FORMERLY CHRIS') has several standing appointments available CECIIE MOLNAR Will be more than pleased to design a hair style just for you. 706 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-2079 CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAU-Cor. '3th St. and 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19th O'CLOCK 4lh and Games 530 in 7 NUMBERS-12IH Game 540 5 CARDS FOR SI.OO OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT S140-55 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH S100 Lucky Number Draw worth Si Persons Under feori Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. 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