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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wettnejday, June 21, 1972 European solution to name problem BASEL, Switzerland (WNS) European from Lapp- land to Sicily have been slow to rally around tliat pet wo- men's lib issue, the vexing Ms question. Indeed, outside the British Isles, the proper mode of ad- dressing a lady is all but a non- topic, and for a good reason: In most of continental Eur- ope, unlike the English-speak- ing nations, married women never really lose (heir names. The wife's" maiden name is tacked onto her husbands sur- name by means of a hyphen. Problem resolved. Thus, at least for the mo- ment, most of the heat gener- ated by the Ms debate is felt off the Continent in England and in North America. Even so, Hans Dietrich Gens- cher, West Germany's interior minister, acted recently to de- fuse any feminist limebombs that might be ticking in the Fatherland. For some time the govern- ment has accorded the designa- tion of Frau to unmarried em- pEoyees once they readied the age of 30. Now all female em- ployees will be addressed as Frau, regardless of age or marital status, unless they ob- ject. Here in male-dominated Swit- zerland, where women only won national voting rights in 1971, the- Bunclesrat has failed lo follow suit. But feminists in- sist that bread-and-butter in- equities must be rectified be- fore women can worry about semantic niceties. Margrit Gotz-Schlatler, vice- president of the Swiss Associa- tion for Women's Kights, for in- stance, decries the "Arab mentality" of Swiss males. Yet BRENDA'S BEAUTIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 922 S Ave. N. Phone 326-7366 she doubts the "efficiency" of conferring a Frau designation on ull women "unless Uicy ore unmarried mothers." A more militant Swiss femin- ist group, the Movement Against the Idiotizing of Wo- men, favors the word Frau as a general term for all women. This small Basel-based move- ment also urges women to vote only for other women at elec- tion time; in recent city elec- tions here few of the newly- enfranchised women voters heeded Ihis plea. Despite its high ratio of male chauvinists, Switzerland doesn't let women lose their maiden names through marri- age in German, French, Ital- ian, or Itomansch. When Hanni Barandun be- came tliis reporter's wife, for example, she officially as- sumed the name Hanni Shep- ard-Barandun. This suffix often helps dis- tinguish between persons with (lie same surname. Switzer- land's foreign minister during World War II, Marcel Pilet, had a namesake in the parlia- ment; thus the Swiss press al- ways identified him as Pilet- Golaz, the suffix being his wife's maiden name. This system also prevails in many other European coun- tries. In Italy, for example, there are Carlo and Sophia Ponti-Loren; in France, Roger and Jane Vadim-Fonda; in Monaco, Rainier and Grace Grimaldi-Kelly. In Norway and Sweden the pattern is reversed: the wife's maiden name precedes the hus- bands surname. At limes the system breaks down, admit Sverre and Elizabeth Hanssen- Hanssen. The Netherlands, probably the most "liberated" European country for women, conies as close as anyone to an Ms-like solution. The general term "Juffrouw" is often substituted for either "Mevrouw" (Mrs.) or "Mejuffrouw" BINGO MOOSE HAIL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jotkpot in 54 12 Came! in 7 Number! 4th 8lh Gamw Doubled in 7 5 Cards J FREE GAMES _ FREE CARDS DOOR PRIM NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Not Castor Oil for me UTHBRIDOH OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED POST OfflCE BOX 938 LUTHBRtDGE, ALBERTA tower level 71h Street Shopping Mull 316 7th St. South Phone (403) 326-7411 President STAN WORBOYS wing Family planning comes to Mexico UNEXPECTED COMPANY Eleven-year-old Christme keeps the foodltne moving for three young magpies have taken up residence in a backyard tree at the home of Mrs, Betty Kenwood, 1313 29 Sf. S. The interlopers. having tasted such gourmet delighls as bologna and home-baked lemon cake, appear reluclant to leave. finlay, photographer Better value for food dollars "Save on food! Why, my baskets at the supermarket cost more and more every week! Flow can I spend less than I do now when the cost of food is going up ail the How are some people able to eat steak once in a while when you have been adding to your menus more and more ham- jurger, hot dogs, and maca- roni? And how can they con- tinue to add to their savings when higher prices are eat- ing up more and more of the wages they receive? One or two good shopping practices help out, but they do not result in the consistent sav- ings that may be needed in order to keep the food budget in line when prices are rising so rapidly. It doesn't do any good to save 15 per cent on food one week and overspend by 18 per cent the next. Leading the skill of better shopping does take time and ef- fort; but if you are willing to try, you could very soon be saving from 10 to 20 per cent each week on your total food bill, with, at the most, 30 min- utes extra time for planning and record keeping. On an av- erage weekly shopping bill of a 15 per cent saving is S4.00. For 30 minutes' time you would save Could anyone object to that? Cornell University, as part of its Co operative Extension branch of education, has pub- lished a program to help the consumer save on the weekly food bill. Be A Better Shopper Buying in Supermarkets, was written by Dr. Heinz B. Bies- dorf and Mrs. Mary Ellen Bur- ris, former Co-operative Exten- sive home economist ia Monroe County, New York. It presents a complete series of ideas on better value from money spenl on the weekly trip to buy food. It takes only a few minutes a week to read all the food ads in the newspaper. Get the in- formation, before you leave the house. Supermarkets compete willy each other on weekenr AVENUE SHOES Great Summer CLEARANCE SALE! DRESS PUMPS DRESS SANDALS CASUAL PUMPS CASUAL SANDALS ALL HANDBAGS 25% OFF "For Fines} in Shoes Fifted by Matter Shoo Fitters" See the "Masters" ot AVENUE SHOES 515 4th Avenue South, Lethbridge Phone 327-2760 ipecials and you can benefit by i sting the best buys Irom the jds and deciding where you can get the most lor the least amount of money. Buy when the price is right. Once you have the knack of reading the ads, you discover that each week stores have ex- ra specials: 20 cents off five xmnds of sugar, for Instance, t doesn't take long to recog- nize theso as real money sav- s. Much as you may appreciate these savings, however, the really big advantage is lo be found among the rest of the ad- vertised specials on the page. Many of these items have only a few cents off the usual price. If a can of your favorite peaches usually costs 39 cents and it is on sale for 35 cents, that 4-cent saving actually amounts to about 10 per cent. On the basis of a yearly food bill of that is you do not spend on food. But that Ls only a 10 per cent saving. Be A Better Shopper assures you that you rail save as much 20 per cent if you follow carefully the suggested meth- ods! "When the price is right, buy In quantity for future use." How do you know when you are buying at the right price or best price if you don't know what the regular price is? The authors of this Belter Shopper program have devisee a set of records to check on past purchases as painless as possible. The secret is color coded sheets for various broac groups of foods: meats, vege- tables, dairy, beverages, baby foods, etc. When groceries are >rought Into the house, it takes' but a few moments to find the proper sheet for each food [roup, write down the date, tern and brand, quantity, and unit price for each one of your mrchases, plus the total price or the quantity you purchased. If you are interested in know- ing more about the ideas, you may get a copy of the Cornell Extension publication for by sending your name and address to Be A Better Shopper, Box 191, Dept. A1942, Ithaca, N.Y., 14850. Make check or money order payable to Cornell University. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes MEXICO CITY (Reuter) Saddled with one of the world's highest birth rates, Mexico is launching its first family plan- ning program next re- fuses to call it birth control. In this predominantly Roman Catholic country, big families are common. In the country- side, a man's or virility, is often measured by the number of children he has. But statistics point to the dis- turbing probability that by the year 2000, Mexico will have a population of 131 million. Even now, with only 51 million, pover- ty-stricken Mexicans migrate by the thousands to the United States. Contraceptive pills will be made available at all govern- ment clinics, free to those who cannot afford them. Tliis is a major switch in pol- icy by the government, although it refuses to admit it is advocat- ing birth control and uses in- stead the term "responsible parenthood." Despite its Importance, the family planning program was announced not by a cabinet minister but by the head of the health ministry's mothers' and childrens' assistance scheme, Dr. David Fragoso Lizalde. Dr. Fragoso says ba- bies were born in Mexico last a rate of 4.5 a minute. This gave Mexico a birth rate of 44.1 for every inhabit- of the highest in the world, surpassing even India and Brazil, two o[ the world's most prolific countries. Dr. Frngoso stresses that no one will be obliged to use con- traceptives. He says the govern- ment will leave parents to de- cide how many children they want to have and what family planning methods they will Fifty per cent of children born are illegitimate. Previously, the government shied away from any official part in family planning, taking the Roman Catholic church lino against "unnatural" means of birth control. The Catholic church has taken a cautiously favorable line, ap- parently anxious to maintain the understandings that have existed between church and state since 1935. Msgr, Rafael Vasquez Corona, spokesman for the Mexican bishops' conference, said the church has always maintained it is up to parents to decide how nany children they should "I like you in that kneeling position. It's the only proper posture to take before your matter." FANCIFULL BEAUTY SALON 738-13 ST. NORTH would Ilka to welcome JEANNY CLEMIS To The Staff Jennny would like lo invite alt her friends and former cus- tomers lo visit her. Phone 327-1626 For Appointment Following two years attend- ance at the University of Nevada in Reno, Neveda, Toni C. ZoBell received ihe Master of Science degree In the School of Home Economics. In 1970, Ton! fulfilled ments for Ihe Bachelor of Science cfegrcff at the University of Al- berla In Edmonton. Her itudlei emphasized socio.psycho- logical aspeels of cfolhirtg, in preparation for a future career in fashion merchandising. Toni is spending the summer with her parents. Boh ond Joanna ZoBell, Stevo and Walt, on their farm near Raymond. CHINOOK PENSIONERS SENIOR CITIZENS' ORGANIZATION RAFFLE WINNERS 1. Hand Painting- Mrs. Beth Homulos, 819 8th Ave. S. 2. Jewellery 5el: George Holmberg, 806 27th St. N. 3. Daily; Mrs. M. Dodge, Box 16, Tober 4. Fancy Cake Plate: Mrs. Vera lien, 801 Stafford Pfaea 5. Fancy Handbag: Mrs. Anne Gcrda, 1515, 13lh St. N. SINCERE THANKS TO ALL WHO WADE OUR TEA AND BAKE SALE SO SUCCESSFUL SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lois of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen to be creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sean. Tcfephane 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Detcifs Woman to fill top job? OTTAWA A woman as Gov- ernor-General of Canada? Or as a provincial norh The possibility was suggested at a meeting of a Commons committee Tuesday during dis- cussion of Government House fi- nances. Barry Mather (NDP--Surrey- While during a session of the Miscellaneous Estimates Committee, asked Donald Mc- Kinnon, Controller of Govern- ment House, whether considera- tion had been given to having women serve in such posts as lieutenant-governors. McKinnon replied he did not have information on such a matter. Outside the Committee meet- ing Mather said there were many Canadian women who could do an excellent iob cs a lieutenant-governor, or, for that malter, as Governor-General. "The Queen is a good exam- ple of not under-estimating the power and ability of a Mather said. "If these positions arc worth keeping, surely they should not be left on a discriminatory ap- pointment basis." Mather said he favored a re- duction in the public cost of lieutenant-governors' accommo- dation. He suggested the use of hotel space for functions, rather than the con- struction and maintenance of provincial government houses. oears for 3 days only Your child's portrait marie with Eastman "PROFESSIONAL" IN IMPERIAL COLOUR Film and materials and our all HEW DYNAMIC COLOUR background assures you full colour fidelity and breathtaking realism never before possible. You must see this value to believe it! 8x10 PORTRAIT Plus.50 Handling CHOOSE FROM FINISHED PORTRAYS NOT PROOFS! 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