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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta w The Lethbrtdge Herald Fourth Section May 1974 Pages 35 44 War alters the status of womanhood _______ Stan field look-alike buttiis name is Stanf.eld and hes often called upon to do his imitation of the better known Mr Stan- leader of the opposition Stanfield is a four-year- old bassett hound and did his stuff this week at a Tor- onto spring festival to the delight of all partes. Presidential candidate puts down motherhood F'AKIh Hene Dumont probably is the only presidential cindidile ever to come out agnnst motherhood Gel ud of things like Mothers Day and all the other to reproduce r he savt. 'Finish with all those prices for fecundity End all the brainwashing about inntheihood that we ve had tor thousands of years Bung clown our population growth to zero otherwise it s the Apocalypse Durnont 70 is the em u onmentahst candidate among 11 men and one worn in seeking the presidency of h ranee An opinion poll this wttk lumped him with five other candidates thai aio likely to get less than one per-eent of the vote in the electron Max Dumont w iiiLs a series oi in France to slow population growth including limiting the welfare cheques given heads of lai ge families reduc ing income-tax advantages for parents of several children increasing sex education courses ind the avaiLibilitv ot c and legalized abortion First com me re flight recalled by stewardess TORONTO Annette Donovan on Air Canada a first commercial flight 3 veils ago reniemhei s the event was not exactlv 411 overwhelming success The 10-pa.ssenger twin-prop Lockheed left Montreal tor Toronto with stop.s at Ottawa and North Om When the airentt leached OMawi the an line then TrjirsOanada An lines lo put the passengers on a train because A closed the North Bay and Toronto fields The plane arrived here 1J hours after leaving Montreal was not she said in an interview was new to all of us WEEK-END SPECIALS BOLOGNA in the piece or sliced At that time people weren t particularly air- minded t lying still vv as just a woid VWieri faced with the realitv of going a flight it must have bo en a bit whieti explained why some men would take i good belt of liquor just betore boarding Some look a little too much so TCA made it a rule that it passrrigtrs were too drunk the stewardess could discus it with the certain and refuse to take them The inaugitril tlight April i and Mrs Donovan Annette Biunclle and a native of Montjoil managed to inch her vvav on board The airline doctor said she was an inch shoi t of the nun imum regulation height of four feet 11 inches when she applied for the job 'What difference doet. il make1' she told the doctor 'They II take me inywav And two days later thes did after noting she met the test of the qualifications -being a registered nurse single bilingual and being under 125 pounds She later vindicated the air line s judgment bv being the onh one of 10 nurses who didn t sick dunng a rough training over the Kockies SIDES OF FRESH ALBERTA LAMB Cut. Wrippid Frwin SIDES OF BEEF Canada Grjdi A Is ind Z's Come try our variety of cold meats Pork and Chicken Loaf. Mac and Vienna Romano plui many more. Ib........ RANCHLAND MEATS Wittmimlir PrlciS Erficllvi Miy 2-3 ind 4. Phont 328 0637 Club corner The Chinook Pensioners and Ladies 'Vuxib u v will meet al 2pm Friday in the civic centre Tickols will be available for the banquet and Mother s Day Tea Following the business meeting bingo and lunch will be enjoyed All members and friends welcome The First United UCW executive will meet at 7 30 p m Thursday w The Playgoers of Kclhhncige will at 8 p m Thursday in the Hownian Arts Cenli e Israeli women 4are apathetic' TEL AVIV Have Israeli women gone soft' The Arab-Israeli war of last October and its aftermath have highlighted changes in the status of thib countrj s womanhood The legendary pioneer Is raeli woman who drained ma- larial swamps and built roadb alongside her man a few dec adeb ago apparently belongs to the past The girl para- trooper seems to have van ished Female response to the eco- nomic and industrial emer- gency caused by the war was disappointing Following the large scale callup of reserves Israel s in dustrul plants and factories were serni deserted and the economic output was reduced to 50 per cent of capacity Public transport was almost totally paralysed Some small firms and shops that had flou nshed m the economic boom following the six-day war of 1967 had to shut down In Tel Aviv onlv 2 000 women volunteered in the months following the October war to replace men in fat tones plants and hospitals said Hilda directoi ot the Tel Aviv Labor E x c h a n g e Mrs Galzmski was critical of the lark ot response Women are apathetic they don t any more she said The security is over Thev don t feel that operating machines in a textile p'jnt is a contribution to the wai effort The situation similar in Jerusalem -ind Haita Ariel director of the labor uiimstiv said in Januarv There are today 300 000 unemployed women Herald Family without growing families who can be assimilated into the la bor force Of these only 8 000 have been trained in various fields of electronics and metal work since the war Aliza Tamir head of the women manpower branch ot the Histadrut Israel s trade union federation said women were not trained during peacetime and so were not equipped to take over key in dustiia' positions during the wartime crisis You can t have women driving buses and trucks dur ing a crisis if re un- trained But the Israeli bus co operatives prohibit female members On the war front thousands of women soldcswin rt e as signed duties away from the front lines Clerical packing war rations and communications maintenance A military spokesman said The armv doesn t train them tor professional positions be cause their service is too short months for women compared with three years for and when we call them for reserve duty re alreadv married and have families The spokesman added that women were not used as dnv ers ot heavv vehicles and communications operators in the war zones though trained to use they were not fully equipped for combat Several women soldiers were assigned to an emergency economic drive or- ganized by the defence mims- to replace missing man- power Ruth a leader of the Israeli women s liberation movement said were frustrated during the war and their professional skills completely wasted The modern Israeli woman is viewed as weak and in- competent Study leases OTTAWA Study leases carefully and refer to a lawyer if necessary before warns the Consumers' Association of Canada Insist on written not verbal assurances and refuse to Mgn a lease unless all the blank spaces are filled in Equal rights disputed R F D DEER i. 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