Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
10-THE LETHiRIDGE HERALD May 1974 Car insurance plan urged QLEBEC Automobile insurance should be taken over by the province if private insurance companies tail to adopt obligatory no-fault automobile insurance and make other changes says a report of a committee study on car insur- ance in Quebec released Tues- day Psychologist claims book exploits sex EDMONTON A hearing into a charge of obscenity against the book. Office opening L. D. THOMSON-DESIGNER 519 2nd Strttt S.E. Medicine Hit Design Service for Buildings PHONI 327-0727 MOO-NU PLASTIC PRODUCTS 519 2nd St. Medicine Hat Phone wish to announce the following line of FIBREGLASS CANOES 14 ft. Standard 16 ft. Standard 16 ft. River 16 ft 17 ft. For Information conlicl ibove office__________ The Joy of now is expected to last to the end of the week several days longer than the two days originally scheduled in district court The hearing ended its second day Tuesday before Judge S V Legg and the defence was expected to start presenting its case today Police seized 200 copies of the book last on a warrant issued by Judge Legg from three branches of Coles Book Stores Ltd About 150 of the books have since been returned Tuesday Dr Jean an public school board spent her second full day testifying in her the book exploits sex Dr the crown's only said the anonymous authors use propaganda techniques and a attitude Monday Dr Ruth said the book was anti- social and misleading During four hours she said the allegedly a couple one of which is a doctor constantly use blanket statements which are a propaganda tool and. in the book s are used to exploit sex She testified that although the book pays lip to the idea of mutual enjoyment of sex. it is written from the male viewpoint Dr Ruth added that the sections in the book attributed to a woman author raised .serious questions in her mind She said she felt they may have been written a man in the way he thinks a woman would think Throughout her testimony Dr Ruth raised questions as to whether the book was designed to actually help people or if it was -a money making venture designed to catch the market at the right moment She pointed out there was no glossary to 'explain strange there was no acknowledgement page where the contributions of outside experts was credited and there were numerous spelling and grammatical errors In a 150-page section of the 250 page book she said there were 54 places where colons or semi-colons were misused It may appear very but in a nf it is to be authoritative and presented from a scientific point of one would feel more meticulous care would be taken in proof-reading and the punctuation Mould at least be proper Dr Ruth said Cameron Steer the defence counsel questioned Dr Ruth about the scientific aspects of the book ana she agreed tnat the book was directed toward folk like us But she would not change her original testimony to crown counsel David Kilgour that the book was primarih designed to attract an immature audience who cannot or will not think for themselves Thursday May 16th Only CHESTERFIELD SUITES One 2 piece Chesterfield Suite Smanly designed Reg. 12 Hour Sale Oneonlyl Love Seat Black Vinyl Ideal for fanily room Reg S349 12 Hour Sale 198 One Sofa and Chair Bronze Olive Velvet A well made good looKing suite Reg. 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Open Dally 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phone 328-1151 Towfle Country GFurnituf6' DEPOSIT WILL HOLD FREE PARKING CHAROeX MASTER CHARGE LEASE PLAN FREE DELIVERY FREE STORAGE Restrictions against U.S. eggs blasted OTTAWA New import restrictions against L S eggs and turkeys have given monopoly powers to the domestic marketing agencies for the products the Consumers Association of Canada said Tuesday The restrictions were imposed May 8 by the government to keep cheap imports out and domestic farm prices up The association said in a statement it strongly objects to the manner in which producer-controlled egg and turkey marketing agencies are exercising their monopoly powers and to the unnecessarily high prices consumers are being forced to pay for these products Figures in the statement showed that the national mar- keting agency for eggs had spent 4 million up to the end of April to keep surplus eggs off the market A total of 4 03 mil- lion dozen eggs had been exported to the Lnited States dur ing the first four months of the year to help keep domestic prices up About four million dozen Canadian eggs are being held in storage the statement said How soon will the taxpayer be faced with the costs of destroying these over age The statement said that a total of million had been paid to turkev farmers between Jan 1 and April 1 to store turkevs Militant Irish unit calls strike BELFAST A mill tant Protestant organization called a general strike Tuesday to protest the endorsement by the Northern Ireland Assembly of an agreement calling for closer links between the two halves of Ireland Minutes after the Catholic- Protestant assembly voted 28 to 24 against a loyalist motion which would have effectively scrapped the British-Irish Sunningdale agreement the hardline Protestant Ulster Workers Council announced a general stoppage directed initially at electricity supplies throughout Northern Ireland The assembly voted after the new Unionist led by Brian Faulkner called for a security crackdown against the Irish Republican hot pursuit across the Irish border Trades union chiefs are stronglv against the strike but the UWC said it is confident it will get the backing of the people One UCW member said the stoppage might continue until the assembly reverses its de- cision Protestant hardliners are convinced that both the Sunningdale proposals and the coalition government set up bv Britain in Northern Ireland last are easing the for absorbing Ulster into the predominant Roman Catholic Irish republic Loyalists who favor union with Britain broke their self- imposed boycott of the assem- blv for Tuesdav s debate but the parties making up the Protestant-Catholic coalition combined to defeat the motion A measure of the Sun ningdale proposals was the setting up of a Council of Ireland with representatives from North and South co- operating on economic matters as well as on se- along the tense border between the two Irelands Another was the estab- lishment of a commission to examine wavs in which guerrillas fleeing from Northern Ireland could be tried in courts in the South Britain and Ireland have yet too ratifv the agreement Faulkner issued his demand for a counter-guerrilla drive after the British government announced Monday H had un covered plans to take ever and burn large parts of Belfast VANTAS ECONOMY MEATS 904 7 Avenue South Phone 329-4545 Your For Your Freezer Orders Sides of Beef Hinds Fronts Sides of Pork Remember 7 day preparation Fantastic long weekend savings1 1. 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