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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THf IfTHSIIIDOl HWAtB Margaret Luckhwst Spring trials of a light housekeeper Focus on the OTHER day I told my neighbor I couldnt go to a fashion show with her because I was about to begin my spring My arent you the ambitious she said admiringly thats what getting out into the workaday world has done for youve become ever so much better organized I won der if I should join the labor Hold I admonished Its last years spring cleaning Im talking havent even got that done let alone last So Im not one whit better organized than Ive ever I realized I was a couple of seasons behind in housecleaning after that false spring a couple of weeks I found we couldnt see objects outdoors clearly because the windows were so It makes me feel better to see so many dirty cars going my husband said as he glanced out our livingroom win every car seems to need an hour or two at the car just as ours Oh I dont I re marked I think it you look closely youll see the dirt is nearer than you like maybe on our He immediately changed the which verified my suspicions about the as he no doubt thought Id launch into a windowcleaning which he thoroughly Last time he leered for the which he claimed was both scientific and he had simply turned the garden hose on full blast on all the The dirt poured off all in great smeary but water leaked through two bed room windowsills reducing the plaster to smelly It had cost for I think my disenchantment with biannual housecleaning projects stems from my youth when my mother carried out her cleaning campaigns with all the drive of a sergeant on the The whole family was conscripted into the with the exception of father who had long since received his honorable discharge from ac tive The enemy was and our weapons were pails and bottles and jars of cleaning who usually had a pleasant became militant and overbearing for the dura tion of the and until the enemy was We kids would hustle back and forth in the trenches of piled and any slack ness or whispered suggestion of nipping AWOL was likely to be met with a slap of a dishtpwel on the back of our We did not have the equip ment for cleaning which makes todays housework seem like a No one had vacuum cleaners so nigs were hauled out and draped over the clothesline where great clouds of dust were beaten out of them with flat rugbeaters which Im sure cant be found in museums There were no instant shine waxes or polishes and the high shine on floors and furniture was the result of the application of plenty of elbow grease and The whole house was gone over from top to cup boards were turned out and tilings no longer useful for us packed into mission boxes which were delivered to the Ladies Aid who forwarded them to appropriate outposts in some remote part of the There were times when mothers gen erosity gave rise to as when she consigned water basins and jerries be queathed earlier by her to a box clearly marked for our mission in My sister They wont know what to do with any of those things she in the fust place the natives wash in the and in the second they dont have beds to slide those pots The missionaries will find them useful mother replied any one of them would be dandy to plant geraniums in that gives a little touch of Goodhearted though mothers intentions were I have always entertained a minor suspicion that her dubious when multiplied in many house holds across the probably did a lot to direct the whole mission program into the pre carious position it is in The whole housecleaning operation took the better part of a and when it was all mother would relax with a look of triumph in her the troops were called off and the enemy laid low tempor Spring of course was the major but in the fall when the harvest was there were light relatively minor by compari but necessary to keep the enemy at bay over the There are some things we might look back on in the good old days with real but one of for house wives at any is not house keeping each time I set out to demoth cup boards or wash my dripdry curtains I praise progress for all the wonderful appliances we now As a matter of we dont need to gangup on the clean ing the way our mothers did because the efficiency of mod ern equipment makes it possi ble for us to do a pretty good job week week But there are pitfalls in this method Because of my reliable I find it easy to keep putting things Then Im forced into washing mitts and scarves in August when they should have been done in I also have a nasty habit of kidding myself out of dusting simply by lowering the shades and removing my glasses everything looks quite neat and tidy About once a year I turn out my mending and my husband and I go through the regular old dialogue He What are you doing with that pile of socks and shirts Me The socks need mending and the shirts need buttons so Im making up a box for the church they patch every thing He Why dont you patch every thing up Me Because if I youd have to wear them all and you and I know you dont want to do that During my annual cleaning T usually take the opportunity of moving the furniture because after doesnt a room get boiing with every thing in the same place all the time My husband dislikes changes however and always goes into a big hoohaw over Whats the organ doing under the window he asked recently after a major reshuf I pushed it By vourself Sure For a girl who constantly complains cf tired there are times when Im convinced you could go a couple of rounds with Ali End come out all right And what is my clwir doing way over there It looks nice but theres no plus near it for my Thats Ive e o t it linked to an extention that runs around the dining under the under the rug at that end of the and plugs into the outlet in the now that youve had your spring lets get everything back to their origin al place before the fire depart ment comes around and plunks a condemned sign on the front like spring clean sometimes can be an awful But Ive got last years spring cleaning Now Ive got to figure out a way to cacch up on this Or maybe it would be better if 1 just started on in that way I may even get ahead of the Or would I The spring sentinel Pholo by Walter Kerber Book reviews Man must live without boundaries Bonmlarics Psychological Man in Revolution by Robert Jay Litton Random House of Canada 113 HPHE WORLD is falling apart for almost everyone the tune when men could live with in clearcut boundaries has passed How this came about and the way men respond to Anyone for baseball Ball Fonr by Jim Bou edited by Leonard Shec ter Dell Publishing 371 UALL FOUR has to be the most brutally honest book ever written about the great American pastime of My first reaction to the book was one of I felt base ball and its stars were special and should not be maligned or made light Baseball plaicrs far from being the best condi tioned athletes in the Upon reading the history of Jim Boutons career in base ball in particular the 1969 sea my attitude Why not tell the truth about baseball and its players After all they are sold to us as idols men to look up If its not if these men ara not all theyre made out to some one should say so And thats what Bouton has On the other hand there were those times when hed push lifflp kirU aside when they wanted his and iiie times be wdS snotly to just about mak iri them crawl and beg tor a minute of his Iloulim on Mickey Mantle One would be welladvised not to let the kids get at the book That of unless they are fullv versed in the lan guage and morals of the The book is written as a day today diary of the 1969 season and of Boutons thoughts and actions during that Bouton puts his emotions on public He s h o w s his disgust with baseballs petti ness he writes warmly of his love for his family his humor bubbles forth throughout the book he shows mistrust and The book is a complete look at Jim Greenies are pep pills nVxtroamplictamine and a lot of baseball play ers couldnt function without a former 21game and 18g a m e winner with the New York was beset with arm trouble and set out to develop a new the He shuffled through the minor struggling to regain his win ning ways and eventually worked his way back with the new expansion the Seat tle Pilots in the American League in players and front office people all fall prey to Boutons often aciddip ped Hey how do you pitch to Frank Robinson I told him the Reluc I Racial discrimination is still very real in Some teams are better than but many cases Ihcrc is still a lot of resentment towards the colored ball Boiiton himself doesnt seem worry about but takes people at face A In fact he even goes so far as to defend an umpire Emmett Ashford tlie Negro He also points out some of the abuse Ashford lakes because of his They feel he doesnt be long in the big leagues with his way of Be hes a Negro and they believe hes just there be came of It must be ter rible for Ashford The hook has been called a disservice to Some feel the apparent free use of drugs by many players should be kept Others think the personal life of a player is his Bouton loves The excitement of the hu the thrill of doing well mean a great deal to One gets the impression he would have loved it even more if it werent for coaches and man agers All a pitcher has is his One small hurt and its all Like a tiddlywinks champion with a Almost cvervonc likes base hall and its possible many of these fans will love Ball Even if bnsebal is not your Ball Four will be one of your favorite books There was a notice on the bullpen board asking guys to sign up to have their cars driven to The drivers are college 1 think Id prefer Bonnie and Clvdc GARRY the new situation is the sub stance of this little book con sisting of the five talks Robert Jay Lifton gave on the Canadian Broadcasting Corpor ation network two years Man has always had to face death but never before has he had to contend with the possi bility that all life may be annih deliberately or accident through the exeieise of scientific and technical There is a says in wiuch we are all survivors of involved in strug gles to find significance and Tracing the unsettled condi tion of most men to Uie nuclear threat is not a new But Liftons analysis of how the threat has destroyed the hope of immortality is rather differ He speculates on the possi bility that some of our present fascination with outer space has to do with our doubts about biological immortality on earth and the hope of discov ering new life A new kind of man has emerged everywhere as a re sult of tbe shattering of the This is Protean man who is flexible and malle He does not commit him self lastingly to ideologies or theologies and opts for experi mentation There may be some who would prefer to describe this man as the other directed personality who has always been It doesnt matter what he is called the new fact is that Protean man inhabits us all About the closest thing n commitment to be found in this universal man is rejection nf the discredited Mocken is the typical style of the new A long diaper on revolution ary China failed to convince I dont recognize Protean man in China very And I think Lifton may be reading too much into the slo Mny the revoluhonaiv regime stay red for ten thou sand when he sees it as a grasping for im These essays seem to sum marize some of Liftons previous At certain at any I felt I was on familiar ground that of his History and Human Sur vival reviewed in The August Lifton is a professor of psychiatry at Yale who applies psychological methods to the study of DOUG Books in brief Inside Summerhill by Joshua Popenoe 112 distributed by George McLeoil C U M M E R H I L L the free school run by Neill in is looked at here by a 16yearold boy who has just spent four years as a student What this boy writes will not dampen the en thusiasm which advocates of the school have It is written with candor and The quality of the writing speaks for the Nearly half the pages of the book are de voted to photographs taken by the November Iiy Georges Simenon Harcourt Brace 185 dlslrlbutrd by Longman Can ada INDEFATIGABLE writer Georges who has produced ovsr five hundred novels and has writ ten another dandy Tt is amaz ing how he can keep coming up with new plots This one is aiwiiit a family of four who Ine virtually incommunicado in a house outside The racon teur is the daughter who works in a hospital lab and is the lover of the Her brother and her father both get involved with the The an arouses the sympathy nf the daughter in a bizarre tn be left for the reader All unholy oifnr I HAVE long hat every institu tion of any has an obliga tion to examine what u is doing from time to If one can infer from the amount of money we spend on what else do we regard as impoi unt the pub lic views education as having some mi there would seem to be some justification for ihe plethora of and agencies that study and inquire and generally root around in the morass that our educational system has 1 would like to propose an ad ditional but one with a difference this one would not exist for the purpose of proving that whatever we are doing at the moment needs no more tiian some minor tinkering lo retain its proud posilion of Best in the My suggestion is that we establish at each an Unholy presided over by a full professor of This resident heretic would have easy and frequent access to the president and all other power He would go to board sit with attend com mittees and generally be present whenever decisions were being An unusually hardy it goes without saying he would have the right to require an answer to his which generally would be variations on the simple theme Why His simple charge would be to sniff out instances of the commission of the three cardinal sins of the educational bureaucracy and administra tive I would like to add to his mission the right to identify and attack instances of soplustry and and the substitution of rhetoric for but obviously one not possibly cope with that in any modern edu cational He would have lo operate in a manner somewhat similar to that of an with comparable rights to access to He would issue not edited by direct to the or appointment as a Her etic in would be rather and candidate might be difficult to He would have D be more honest that a conlately honest man simply could not cope with the He would have to have an inquiring but one that was not too highly trained we have not yet learned to train without brainwash He would have to have much love for human but little for human of he would have great stam In the sort of man that might be picked by a selection corcmittee com prising modem equivalents of Mahaima Ghandi and Attila the This obviousshortage of suitable candi dates would restnct the installation of resi dent heretics to at least in the first In it would be enough candidates could be found or de veloped to staff the and eventual ly the high But in the let us employ them where they are needed There is a longrange future In this oc if anvone wishes to take it I cannot conceive of the job ever being fi I that the field could be greatly and can visualize the Unholy Office extending to include divi sions of Sacred Educational Myths and Academic to name only three obvious There is work in Ihose fields to keep many experts busy for years to When one talks of a new and especially of its possible one naturally must consider the matter of bud That should be no particular in this I am sure that the Resi dent Heretics salary and and those of the necessary could easily be financed from a fund raised by levying fines for the commission of the sins which are his special The fines would have to be very to avoid bankrupting all our institutions of higher The Voice Of One By FRANK MORLEY Can you hear children crying November the UN passed a Declaration of the Rights of the It stated that all children are en titled to relief and a name and social op portunity for special treatment if parental love and protection against ex and a friendly What a mockery this is In the next 12 hours the nations of the world will spend more on armaments than they do on needy children in a Over half the children of the world live in squa lor and suffer malnutrition and 500 mil lion of them will die without having tasted milk or visited a Thousands will die of starvation this Thousands go blind from improper In many coun tries only half the newborn babes In others only one in three will grow Ten million children have leprosy and only one in five is A hundred million people have In India there is a death every minute frorc Half a billion people suffer from Half the children of the world can neither read nor write on reaching Half the children in developing about 400 have no school to go to and no teacher to instruct In some coun tries half the children are covered by agonizing yaws and their screams of pain could be turned to laughter by 15 cents worth of Jesus put a child in the midst and thus made a child the judgment of a Inasmuch as you have done it unto the least of these Beware that you despise not one of these little ones Judged by such A standard Canada and the do not rate too Ghastly slum conditions exist in the Unemployment destroys Children inherit polluted air and Not until 1874 did s Henry de initiate a movement to protect children from cruelty by pleading that a Mary was an animal and therefore had a right to protection from the law prohibiting cruelty to In the United Kingdom legislation protecting children from cruelty did not come into ex istence until this The world is a dreadful place for A soldier ex plained the shooting of children in the vil lages of Vietnam by the statement since the mothers were there would be no one left to care for the children and they would only die Thank God not all are merciless Countless gripped by the com passion of give their lima and tal ents to and heal needy chil It is a worldwide compassion and history has never seen anything like The magnificent work of UNICEF won the organization the Nobel Peace Prize In But thousands of others have labored sacrificially without glamorous The Canadian Save the Children for this year celebrates its fiftieth anniversary of an astonishing variety Their CanSave program sends a stream of mercy to They gave emergency relief to countries like and gave food and planted gardens in drought stricken sent aid to tbe refugees in the Middle built a convalescent centra for warwounded children in and their sponsoracliild program cares for thousands of children and their families in 26 In Jamaica CanSave is planning to build and staff a Model Ba sic School costing Already Can Save has in Jamaica an excellent agricul tural and vocational training program in animal crop and along with education and medi cal There are many other programs in re sponse to the Man who declared two thou sand years ago that his mission in the world was to heal the to deliver the to give sight to the and hope to all What better Lenten gift or could any man or woman give than to practice The Unseen Guest at contributing the cost of the meal to feed a hungry child In the words of Longfellow Therefore accomplish the labor of Till they heart is made And rendered more worthv of heaven Anything but that Ry Doug Walker TPHt grade sixers at Gilbert ratersnn school recently engaged in a game designed to leach them something about the world of They were to try to increase their money by engaging in dealing in and thai sort of Paul seemed to be a little bewildered by Ihe He didnt have much idea of how to go about accumulating money lin has been deprived of parental H hehonrerj us in try In help tjx lad viUi a few The idea ihe rest of tho family liked best was that Paul should lake rote of which gui had the most money and then propose Marrying into money is a stra tegy employed in the big we point ed out ot but not one that his pals would be likely to hit Pauls blanching only ccnicd when Iho game was concluded R lew days ;