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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SO THE UTIIBF1IDGE HFRAID Thursday, Mov 25, 1972 By JUDE TURIC lop nf Ilio i'l'inule of Irnditional pedestal Ihc species looks nrilK view fnun Ihc reserved fur Ilic pretty good lo me. Women libbers liavc lost Ilieir cause when it comes lo pcr.simdmi; me1 lo step down lo Hie ground, and eall myself part of vilial Ihe oilier half of the human race is. After all, so rollen about owning up to the simple biological 1'acL lhal, he and she are dif- ferent0 Will) all Hie l.hi'ily, equality and malc-chauvinist- pig-gook and cliches oozing around, 1 Bonder if the idea of sexual eqiuilily vasii'l Ilioughf up as a sinister plan of rejected HCIIULMI in liopcs of fouling up the works for everyone. Even though fiery crosses may bum across my lawn and Imcided erealures slalk me Ihe rest of my days. I slill refuse lo succumb In Hie gospel of the libbers. The thought of giving up the good things in life nnd becoming a nondescript member just-Iike-any- other-mcmber of Hie is loo much. If Ihe professors of the failh were lo go whole hog, many lib supporters might Ihink twice about the ideals al slake. If determined lo become equals in all things, oilier concessions (besides barging into Ihe working world i must be sough! and made in the name of equalily. Like dresses. Libbers! Don't slop at banning the bra, strip off Ihe short skirls of slavery, symbol of man's domination. Throw away Ihe pretty shoes bring on Ihe dull black and plain brogues of Ihe oilier world Pour out Ihe nail polish and cut those long nails women of Ihe world unite relinquish your make-up kits and bare your faces lo realilj. In an equal world, Ihere is no need to strive for attractiveness for Ihere can't be any dates (a male chauvinistic plot from ihe start) nor a need for mar- riage (ace chauvinistic plot to shackle women lo drudgery.) As liberated women, shear your locks, adapt to the above Ihe ear slylc. shed your nylons and iuvesl m executive hose. The ornamenls submission must be destroyed; dainty rings, earrings and feminine-looking watches. With the onset of true equalily, we should look forward to bearing and raising our own children (with the help of science.) And above all else, in order to recreate a better world, we must eradicate all memory of the dis- gusting pagan practices of Ihe unequal past. Top of Ihe list is the destruction of all evidence which might infer that dating, marriage and love between Ihc opposite sexes were not the most base of horrors. Now that's equality. Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-True; 2-lrans-Alaska; 3-b; 4-Grace Mac- Innis; 5-Alnbama Governor George Wallace PART II: 1-e; 7-d; 3-b; 4-c; 5-a. PART III: 1-b; 2-a; 3-0; 4-c; 5-a. PICTURE QUIZ: leonid Brezhnev of the Soviet Union wina Read-on collision is looming between Austria and church HMCS LETHBRIDGE Navy League Cadet Corps No. 50 was officially renamed HMCS Lethbridge al Ihe annual inspection and presentation of awards last night. Retir- ing commanding officer, U. Cdr. V. K. tees f ormally relinquished Ihe ship lo its new commander, LI. E. B. Field. Cdr. J. E. Newbery, CD, commanding officer of HMCS Te- cumseh, Calgary, inspect, the corps while U f. G. Rullen, right, stands by. Finlay pholo By GWYNNE ROBERTS VIENNA head- on collision is threatening be- ween Austria's governing So- cialists and the Roman Catho- ic church over proposals that could give the country one of the most liberal abortion laws in Western Europe. The church, still powerful In predominantly Roman Catho- lic Austria, is completely op- posed to any attempt to reform radically the present abortion law, contained in a cenluries- old penal code. Under the law, any woman having an abortion is liable to a prison term of up to five years. In practice, 80 per cent of those tried have been given a three-monlh suspended sen- tence. The Socialists have put for- ward two proposals to legalize such operations at a party and government level. Each, if adopted in the present form, could cause a noticeable cool- ing in relations with the church. A resolution passed by an overwhelming majority at the party's congress last month envisages pregnant women themselves taking the final de- cision on abortion after consul- tations with medical and wel- fare experts. CIIUHCH OPPOSES This proposal, uie one most vehemently opposed by the church, has received the full backing of Justice Minister Christian Broda. He says it is the only effective way of stem- ming the fide of illegal abor- tions now running at an annual rate of according to offi- cial figures. Unofficial estimates put it as high as yearly. Another suggestion from the government would empower doctors alone to make the ulti- mate decision on whether an abortion should be allowed. Abortion, however, would be legally justified only if doctors considered the mother's health to be jocparclized-physically, menially or socially. Dental care for children (CP) The first dental nurses for Saskatche- wan's proposed child dental care program will begin train- ing in September. In a joint statement today Education Minister Gordon MacMurcliy and Health Minis' er Walter Smisliek said the initial enrolment will be about 35, expanding to GO or 75 as the program develops. Legislation to permit the use of dental nurses was passed at .he last session of the legisla- ture. The program will he provided in Regina as part of ihe health sciences program at the new Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. It will be two-year course which will involve extensive training in both theoretical and practical dental work. When the program is in full effect, some 175 dental nurses will be employed to deliver basic dental care to children under the age of 12. The first dental nurse will be working bv the fall of 1974. Floss does the job: Care takes a bite out of dental By ANN LAUGHLIN MONTREAL (CP) Five minutes a day with Uie proper technique can take about 80 per cent of the bite out of tooth decay and dental bills, says Dr. Mervyn Gomltsky, head of the Jewish General "DN'S vl evlon Introduces TTLE HSNES" MAY 24th THROUGH MAY 27th Be sure fo Connie Sundqimt, Revlan beauty consultant, who will introduce you lo "fink- Bigshines." Wilh purchase of 6.00 or more of Revlon cos- metics you will receive a lovely beauty kit containing 1 brush on mascara, 1 touch and glow tinnsparent cj'owing powder and moon drops luminesque And in n smart, rod C.h. ol "Oca Glisscrs" collection, little frail and a loi of pow. Wowl d rclur cj HERt 'IHtv' ARL: Great mnuv Great frost fuclrjo Grocil Hcilurul I Re sum ro MRS. SUNDQUIST nl Iho coimctic counter, Main Floor SHOP EATON S TONIGHT and FRIDAY TILL 9; SAT. TILL P.M. USE YOUR EATON BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT Hospital's department of den- tistry- Chief culprit in dental dis- ease, "one ol the most ramp- ant is teria colonies lurking in tooth spaces which form decay- causing acid when they react with said in an inter- view in the hospital's new pre- ventive dentistry clinic wliere patients are taught how to use toothbrushes and dental floss properly. "Plaque forms every 21 hours and if it is removed once every 24 hours you've got your dental problems Dr. Gomitsky said. Thread-like unwaxed floss is the only way lo get rid of plaque between the teeth, an area that toothbrushes do not reach and brushers neglect. "A tooth brush will take care of surfaces and the im- portant space between gums and Dr. Gornitsky said, "but even brushing 100 times a day won't do the job that one five- or lO-minute daily session with dental floss will." Any toothbrush should be small and soft with two rows of bristles in the middle and replaced after three months wear and tear. "People buy big brashes so they won't have to work so hard but they simply can't Ret at places like the back of the mouth where there's a job lo be Dr. Gornitsky said. FLUOrcIDE HELPS Toothpastes c o n t a i ning fluoride are beneficial as the fluoride enters the surface of the teeth and makes them rc- sistent to decay but mouth- washes are "useless" in con- trolling bacteria. "If you get rid of what is really decaying garbage in your mouth you wouldn't need moulhwashes to feel kissing Pr. Gornitsky said. While some people may have a greater inherent sus- ceptibility lo disease such as lool-h decay, Ilicrc is no such thing as soft looth. "Decay is external lo Ihe tooth onco il. is caused hy the environment in the he ndds. Diet plays an import anl rolo In that environment as slirkv sweets prompt decay, cinlly in children. Cigarette tar stains Iwlh laying the groundwork for fur- ther bacterial deposits and plays a rolo in mouth rancor while the hot. smoke hums Kducafing the public as lo "what is going on in I heir mouths and what they can do about it" is the aim of the preventive clinic, part of an over-ai; department providing complete remedial facilities for all phases of dentistry. Woman ministers for closer rapport cast glances suggesting "who Is she and what's she doing here." HALIFAX (CP) Women ministers? 'Why says an attractive 24-year-old female graduate of the Atlantic School of Theology here. "Women are preferred and in some cases make better minis- ters than says petite Joanne Barr, a Montreal native with long blonde hair and a pleasanl smile. Miss Barr professes a firm belief lhat women can have n closer rapport as ministers willi other women. And she claims 'women are the backbone of the United Church." The women of the church play a more active role and gather most of Ihe money lo run the church through their bazaars, teas and other programs to raise funds, she says. They have equal representation on boards and run Sunday schools, summer vacation schools and other modes of community help. She says she has been ac- ccplcHl by her male coimlev- parls wherever she (ravels in her work. Rut she ndmils lhal her acceptance at the school was not at first like when she finished. She says Ihc school's male population wondered about her sincerity when she arrived and But the tide quickly turned "when everybody realized I was sincere in my vocation." Her work at Ihe school hero was highlighted when she com- pleted a thesis entitled The Rise of Judaism, which will be used as an introductory text. Miss Barr has worked In var- ious mission fields while obtain- ing her education. She did in- ler-city work in Montreal and held pastoral charges at places in New Brunswick, in Vancou ver and Bermuda. Her decision to follow Christ through the ministry began at an early flgc, she says, while attending school in Montreal. She had heard a speaker ex- press the need for workers and ministers in the church. Up to that point, she had wanted lo ]ie o teacher She plans limner smilics nl McGill University in compara- tive religions and hopes eventu- ally lo leach school al the imi- versily level aflcr she is or- dained. When ordained ns n minister, she snys her leaching probably will be combined with some pastoral work lhat will include some preaching. If adopted, this proposal would be similar to abortion laws in Sweden and jj...... well as lo proposals now under consideration by the West Ger- man government. Broda says Ihe second sug- gestion skirls the essential problem. Women, he says, may still be unable lo get a legal abortion and would turn as be- fore lo illegal abortionisls. He says the Austrian penal code has failed (a protect human life and favors the rich backslreel operation or a trip lo a country where can be had easily. Both proposals will be (hrascd out by a parliamen- tary sub committe this fall. Public opinion will play an im- portant role in helping to decide which, if any, will be selected. LIQUID BREAKFAST For a nourishing liquid break- fast combine one beaten egg and Vi to cup chilled orange, vitaminized apple or grapefruit juice or to one cup tomato juice. love is... young and old alike, QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanll Capital Furniture Bldfl. I PHONE 328-7684M THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "You rnusl hove a secret compartment in your stomach where you store all those vitamins you take." LABOR ACT province whose Labi Act of 1965 work week. Of ihe 168 is your of: laundering. Ironing, WHAT'S [N STORE? by Lois McLean Davis The job of homemoking is non-union. Long may lhat be so. To unionize this unique labor oF love would remove those charming nuances of character from ui and our homes. FRINGE BENEFITS The homemaker has o privileged pnH jn lhal most nobel flowering the growlh of a prccioui baby inlo a sturdy adull. Being in love with ihe only improves working condilions, and who else can 'goof off for coffee ol ihe drop of a dusl-clolh? (You know what ihey sayi 'Generally speaking women aro generally speak- ingl) One of the greatest advantages of Ihe homemaker is that, as part of management, the homemakor can iGlect the work methods lhal iuif her. GETTING INTO THE Yet, we live in slates that 44 hours constilules hours of ihe week how lor Seriously now, in the It cooking and cleaning how many hours do you spend? NON-COMPULSORY ARBITRATION May I suggest thai you keep track, for one week, of your work hours? If you ore loo far over the minimum, perhaps you need more effective equipment, some outside help or re-organ iza I ion. (Did I hear someone say, "Yes, please, all Keeping check of your time can allow you the chance lo see where your greatest lime ii being spenl so you can aim your lime savers where they most needed. Please list your lime sewing methods and send Inem to "WHAT'S IN Thai will be whcl I shall coll COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. I'll ami sUit- your mne sovers while telling you aboul L-Marl bargains. HOUSE RULES Obviously, there will have to be some rules, our siluations, available money and ihe sirn of our homei are but a few of the variables. Rule 1, Any addilional equipment required to try your time saver must not exceed If you have a different method of using equipment, however, il is eligible. Rule No, 2. The end result must he satisladory. Rule No. 3. If you prefer nol to be named, in Ihii column, link -that clearly in your letter THE HOURS YOU SAVE WILL BE YOUR OWN I hope you'll give Ihe Mms 'ip-, nn hones! fry maybe improve on ihem. Be faro I relate my time so v ing entry, I'd likg lo help reduce your house-work-week with a general suggeslion. All multiple-use producls orn bonuses. An example is L-Marl Detergent, Not only tho best wall cleaner 1'vo found, l-Morl Detergent ii great for dish washing. It produces terrific resulls as a keep-whiter for tho arliclfis you hand wash, too. So buy n large amount of it, distribute- it (in plaslic boltlci I've sewed) in Iho balhrooms, laundry room and kitchen. TO ADD TO YOUR L-MART LIST: L-MART DETERGENT. MY SOLUTION FOR THE IRONING BORED MATERIAL REQUIRED dozen or so rusl proof hongors. COST OF HANGERS Nil donntod by iho ci.y (.iaonor. METHOD I hang rvcry garment thirls, blousrs, drrsi- cs, T-shirts, slacks o hanger when il has been lounclrrrd. Drip-dries go on thn hnncinr fresh oul of thr wnsher, from clryer to hnncjfr, TIME SAVED Two hours ironing timo per week. Will you send your conirihutions to "WHAT'S IN BOX 54, LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;