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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 1HI LFTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Monh A, 1972 by MAUREEN JAMIESON ('AM, me anything you you like just lie sure to Jiic lit niCiillitiK'. Women's lib tliesc iliiys has declared war on dis- iTiniiiuilion between (lie single anil the (sometimes) lili-ssoil slates. The lady Jibbers want "Mrs." and "Miss" slnicil in the atlic with high button boots and luislles. 'I'liey've cmne out strongly in favor of somc- milled Ms. I pronounced Mix. as ill "yt'ssuh, .ill iiom> tole Magnolia say il out loud. It smimls like a sick hinulile boo. I can't see why a woman shouldn't call herself any thine she. wants. Inil I, personally, don't want to he 'a Mi.1. HO v hy nn! just eliminate either Miss or Mrs and nift keep one or the other'.' Or Mow about a Madam or a Ma'am" However, it the friendly, neighborhood female freedom fighters stand firm in their resolution to try something different, they might at leas! pick on sum! ling with a hit of Actually. I'm sitting up nights, waiting for (Uoria .stolnem or Germaine Greor to phone and ask my opinion. I'll settle for the olde work! English form of ad- dress you still hoar quite frequently in Scotland. Mistress. Mistress Maty Murphy! Don't you think it's got potential'.' Heaps of ijiloi o.sting connotations, too. llown with miserable, misanthropic Ms.s, Ms.'s. Ms.es, ver'. Among other things, Mistresses is a heck of a lot easier to write. My husband and I arc incompatible least one respect. You see I have this thing for garlic, and he has this thing against it. .Much as I like it, I don't have the courage to use the full-blooded, fresh variety, because f haven't a clue how to get rid of the smell. Instead 1 buy bottles and bottles of the power and the juice, but I seldom get to use it. For the longest time, although I shopped for it regularly and stashed it in my grocery cupboard, it never there when I went to use it. Whenever I had a yen for hot garlic bread, or a nice steak brushed with just a smidgin of the stuff, it was just nowhere to be found. Highly mysterious it was. That is until I discovered Bill messing around in the cupboard one day. He was going through the spices, and tossing out everything that even looked as if it might be a second cousin to garlic. "What are you doing with my 1 scream- ed, lovingly? "Got your grubby paws "That stuff's poison it's going out right he hollered. "I'd just as soon you went out with other men as breath it all over to think of it I'd rather. It's time someone else had to suffer, for a change." THE MEDICINE HAT FIGURE SKATING CLUB IS HOLDING ITS SECOND ANNUAl SUMMER SCHOOL Dates: July 3rd August 12, 1972 Six highly qualified professional will be in attendance Send all enquiries to 313 SECOND STREET, S.W. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA would be a richer and more sexually-satisfying place if there was more action and less talk about family planning, Florence Bird said. MLS. Bird, chairman of the royal commission on the status of women which brought down Us report last year, lold na- tional conference oti family planning: 'I can't help feeling thai enough has bscii said about ihe need and this value for family planning and the obligations of parents in a responsible so- ciety. "I Urink the time has now come for action." Before family planning be- came known, she said, a care- free sex life was often impos- sible EO that many women be- came frigid, or tensions over sexual intercourse led to mar- riage break-ups because of j fear of an unwanted child. But many Canadians still didn't know about family plan- ning, and many of those that knew dktn't have adequate ser- vices available to them. Now most people believe that children not only had the right to food, shelter, clothing and education but to recreation, ami more important, Lo be wanted, cherished and loved. KNOW CONSEQUENCES Couples were realizing that closely-spaced pregnancies ore bad for health, that late chil- dren are less likely to be UNITED NATION'S (API Her father taught Sheik Muji-, her customary silk sari. She is healthy those born when Bangladesh has not yet applied j bur Rahman, the Bangladesh petite, with waist-lenglh hair. but, when it attains United Xa-1 prime minister, when he was a The West Pakistan military HOME COOKING? Striking a blow for equal time the culinary mysteries of treats other lhan peanut butter Robb and cockmale Kevin Jensen. The boys are members in Hamilton Junior High School. n the kitchen and learning sandwiches are, left, Owen of a home economics closs ivmtx Family planning requires more action, less talk OTTAWA (CP) Canada i devices, birth control pills and diaphragms, will) the provision that all three should be pre- scribed by physician. Hie Foad ami Drug Act pre- events such advertising, but al- lows advertisement of birth conU'ol devices. other Status of women report Moris membership, Hasna Jasi-j student at Dacca University. occupation began a few nionths miKldin is Ukcly to be n mem-jThey have her of the new state's delega-1 friends. remained firm alter Hasna returned to Dacca from studies in the United tion. Hasna, 25, is the daughter of a poet-intellectual who goes by ihe single nr.me Jasimncidin. She works for the UN Children's Fund. Early this year she learned that hur family had survived the Indian-Pakistan war. Hasna Jasimuddin is equally States. With two of her four for parenthood. It was a pity that the need for family planning had not been given the same attention as the issue of abortion. The status of women report recommended that the Crimi- ict'k refuse in India, she was naJ Code be amended lo allow persuaded by lier fatlier to re-1 a woman to have an abortion turn to the U.S. for safety. during the first 12 weeks of Disguised as a teen-age West NATIONS (neuter) j Pakistani gii 1, in nen are attending tuiiver- j "carmfr throughout the world in jasmine iipncrs at home in Western miniskirt or brothers studying abroad, a third brother gone underground V.T, T j and Hie voungcst, 15, about to onion a I lend universities mother was younger and. that some people are not fit unprecedented numbers, break- against their access to higher education, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cul- tural organization reports. All regions of the world show an increase in the percentage of women in higher the UNESCO yearbook. Europe and the Soviet Union lead with a rise to 42 per cent in from .37 per cent in I960. Other figures show that the lowest school enrolment ratios are in areas with the greatest the Arab states, Asia and Latin America, The highest ratios exist where population growth is smallest. Population increase means that May by her tearful mother and Hasna was sheltered by friends in Karachi for a few days before flying on lo London anil New York. At the United Nations she pregnancy. But abortion, said Mrs. Bird, is not a recommended method of birth control. Information about birth con- trol was of little use without service. 'The lack of adequate ser- vice in Canada requires imme- diate action on all levels." iviLicixt; WL education spread word of the hopes and statistical suffering of Bangladesh. Hasna Jasimuddm is ideally cast for an official role here, A writer and poet like her father, j she has travelled extensively I and has an international out- look. As a clasical Indian dancer she has appeared in the United States and'on Dacca television. She has written for Bengali newspapers and conducted in- terviews for hometown TV audi- the education gap between in- dustrialized and developing countries is widening, says UNESCO, i 100 million bottles just aren't enough MONTREAL, December 1971 producers of the Cham- pagnc region in France are not satisfied; that is, not enlirely. j Yes, they are well on the way to shipping their 100 mil- Ibnth bottle of champagne a re-cord pro v iou.s] y though', unrcachahle but the Cham- pcnois had expected mure! The 1971 grape harvest was poor, one of Hie worst in recent memory, and the Champenois had been spoiled by a record year in 1970. GAILYNE TROPICALS For Ihe be it in tropical fish and all aquarium supplies and fDpairs. 907 7lh Ave. S. Phono 327-5017 OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Ad Hoe Committee on the Status of Women told Manpower Minister Bryce Mackasey tint abortion should be a private m a 11 or bet we en a worn an a nd her physician. The committee, representing 41 national organizations, told the minister in a brief that ill sections of the Criminal Code dealing with abortion should be related. It said abortion should he equally available to all Cana- dian women and counselling services should bo provided. But abortion should continue to be regarded as an undesirable j method of birth control. Mr. Mackasey later said he was not prepared to make' promises as (o possible changes j in abortion laws. But the minister, who last DC- comber was given the task of! co-ordinating federal programs to implement [he report of the royal commission on the status of women, assured the commit- tee's representatives he is "not letting the grass grow under my feet." The committee, led by chair- man Laura Sabia of St. Cathar- ines, Onl., proposed that a na- liona! conference of Canadian women be held in April as "an accounting or stock-taking of the progress made in the imple- mentation, federally and provin- of the royal commis- sion's report. In the main, it supported the commission's recommendations on such topics as day care, con- traception and divorce. But tlie committee rejected a recommendation that two quali- fied women from each province be appointed to the Senate. "This perpetuates another form of Ihe commit- tee said, Nor did it ensure the appointment of highly qualified people. In general, however, the com- mittee pressed the government to give leadership in appointing more women to its boards and commissions. The committee says Canada is far behind in providing day- care services for pre-schoul children and the government must assume (he major respon- sibility for such services includ- ing costs not met by fees. Birth control information should be available to all since "contraceptive knowledge of- fered to adults without pressure does not religious con- victions. Other recommendations In- cluded: of the waiting pe- riod for divorce to one from three years. for the principle of equal pay for equal work. of a human rights commission to investigate the administration of human rights legislation. COIJDRCRIitt- NEW LIFE FOR OLD STUCCO Free Estimates is a masonary spraying plastic-like tub- stance which it applied under air presture to liter- oily fute with the under- lying mnsonaiy. Call BILL or ROY at THE DALIAS HOTEL 'file country had only G5 spe- I cialized family planning clinics. Mrs. Bird called on the fed- eral government to allow ad- vertisements on intra-ulerine F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6lh Ave. A and 13th SI. N. 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P-II Q Alberla Beauty School Thl, Coupon 5th St' S- I FO, Mor, Information Sforting Now Payments HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Isl AVE. S. KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKt of Coin Dry Cleaning at the BIG LAUNDERETTE Just East of the Elks Club 1263 3rd Avc. S., LETHBRIDGE Phono: 328-8944 (office) or 328-9115 (pay phone) To Help You Share in the Celebration We Offer: 50c OFF a load of dry {leaning when you bring in a copy of this ad (8 Ibs. for A chance lo gel your next load FREE! Three draws from each week's customers for a free load. This offer good during attended houri: Man. thru Fri. a.m. to p.m. and until March 30, 1972. KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK1 ;