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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LtVriBRIDGE HERAID Wetlrmdcy, 4, 1972 the grab bag. S3S3 MAUREEN JAMIESON 'ITALIANS know a good tiling when they taste it, ami tlu-ir is so, good it's followed Christo- pher Columbus across the Atlantic, to become another all-lime great in North America. And though that huge harvest moon looks mouth- watering as it comes bubbling out of the oven, it's okay with the Italians if you get creative over the shape, according to Chef Boy-ar-dce. Ncopolitans, they tell us. spread the filling then roll the into a crescent shape. Sicilians favor thick, spongy dough cut into squares, and women m country areas split the dougli to make a top and bottom crust on the finished product. Anyone for pizza cupcakes? Or what about pizza waffles'? If the Federation of Home and School As- sociations 'does not speak with forked tongue, some- time this week Alberta residents will be blessed with a 16-page summary of the Worth Report on education with an accompanying questionnaire. The summary is not a substitute for the full report, but the federa- tion claims it will assist us lesser mortals to under- stand it. Still tangling with education, the federation also informs us that the Department of Education has now given high school principals the responsibility of granting adult status to students who are 18 years of age and over. And if you're hoping for dear old Mr. Claus to pop a cute little dishwasher in your stocking come Dec- ember 25, the time is ripe to send for a little brochure that tells you what to look for when shopping around things like controls, self-cleaning, filters and so on. It's called a dishwasher makes a difference, avail- able from the Information Centre, The Maytag Company, Newton, Iowa, U.S.A. Leave it lying around somewhere conspicuous for Pop Claus to'accidentally find. Put it in the sports pages of his newspaper on top of the TV before the game or right beside the biffy roll. Robin Hood has some brand new taste-ticklers in store for us. HH layer cakes now come in golden dream and orange delight, and angel food is avail- able in peppermint or chocolate swirl. Chocolate icing has been added to the brownies mix and a cream topping to the gingerbread mix. By the way, have you ever tried to zip up your gingerbread by adding a bit of grated orange peel to the batter? Getting back to the a gorgeous recipe for Hawaiian delight: 1 pkg ozl orange cake mix 1 pkg (Z oz) orange-flavored jelly dessert powder Vi cup water 1 can (14 oz.) crushed pineapple 'i cup vegetable oil 1 pint whipping cream Blend first four ingredients in large bowl and' beat two minutes at medium speed. Add pineapple, juice and all, and beat one more minute, Add oil and beat one minute longer. Bake in two greased and floured nine inch round pans at 350 degrees for 3540 minutes. Cool 10 minutes, remove from pans. Fill and frost with sweetened whipped cream and keep refrigerated. THE BETTER HALF iv'ing Abstinence advised for VD prevention By JUI1R TUIHC Herald Staff Writer Prevention and cure ot vene- real disease was discussed at the final session of the Lcth- briclgc Faiiiily Services series on human sexuality. Madeline Larson, VD clinic nurse for the Lcthbridge area, explained the function of the immunity to penicillin treat- ment. Consequently, an increase In the use of sjnthetic penicillin and other drugs has been seen, she said, and "we have had a bit of resistance in our own area as well." Generally, VD affects the 17 to 30 age group as "this is the sexually active period in life." CHEERS! Donna Sawicky, left, Miss Canada and Miss Oktoberfest, toasts Clarity Kuch who is West Ger- many's youngest city councillor, at Munich Oktoberfest Festival. Miss Kuch will be a guest in Canada al the Kitchener, Ont., Oktoberfest later this month. (CP Wirepholo) Alienation gap needs bridging r prisoners "You'll want to snap this one up.. .It's a home I can let you have for only RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th 9 A.M. ALL PURPOSE ROOM CIVIC CENTRE Sponsored by the Dr. f. H. Mewburn, QBE Chapter I.O.D.E. By VIC PARSONS OTTAWA (CP) The prob- lems of integrating newly-re- leased pjnitenliary prisoners into society ,it large are over- whelming. Readjustment lo the oulside world is hard enough Cor the majority of white, male pris- oners, but llic alienation gap to be bridged is doubled for some groups -women, Indians and Metis, and blacks. These groups, separated from the mainstream of Iheir own prison sub-culture, as well as from Canadian society outside, are the concern of Jo- hanna Hickey, chief of special programs the Canadian penitentiary service. Johanna is responsible for the establishment of retrain- ing and adjustment projects designed to help these people fit into (he community cut- side when are released. A graduate in criminology from I'r.e University of Ot- tav.ra, she the irfcn of prisoners specialized into various groups. "For tco long people have teen just lumped .she paid in an While completing studies in criminology at tbe universi- ties of Toronto and Ottawa, Johanna, a Toronto native, worked a summer in England at a boy's remand detention home for the young waiting to go before the courts. After beginning her job with- the penitentiary service, a branch of the solicitor-gen- eral's department, she visited fecoral jails in the Atlantic provinces arid Ontario. JIECOHD OF FAILURE Among the special groups she will be concerned arc women, who present particu- lar problems to There are a few exceptions, she said, but most women who have come to the point of imprisonment in tbe federal womcns' prison in Kingston, Ont., have seen a complete disintegration of their lives and a failure of community re- sources to deal with their problems. The fact that there were only 103 women, compared with generally in much more need of psychiatric help than men. However, a problem is that psychiatry for the prisoner is often presented in a punitive, negative way, she said, while hastening to add that she fa- vors psychiatric treatment. Another group of prisoners with whom Johanna is con- cerned are those of Tndian and Metis background. She denied reports of racial ten- sion between native people and whites in federal prisons. For social ami historical reasons the proportion of na- tive people in federal jails was far above the compara- tive percentage in the general population, she said. wr by University of Waterloo BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH JWEDNESDAY a' P.M. Jackpot in 55 15 Games in 7 4lh 8lh Doubled in 7 Number! 5 Cards JI.OO 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat easy, no little. Just U It's fiimple how quickly one tnay lose pounds of unsightly frit right in your own home. Make thin home recipe yourself. It's ;it nil and costfi your drugstore _.irl ask for Nnran. I'our this into a pint bottle and fulrl enough, grapefruit juice to fill the brittle. Take two tablc.qpoonsful twice a day as needed nnd follow the Nil ran I'tfin. If your first purchase rloea not show you a sirnplo easy way to. UCLLUJ bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, aims, abdomen, hips, calves and nnkics just return empty bottle for your b.ick. Follow this oasy way en- dorsed hy many who have tried this plan nnd help bring hack al- luring curves and graceful fllenderncss. Note how quickly bloat disappears how much better you feel. More alive, appearing and active men, in .federal jails, reflected lo some degree the problems of women who are imprisoned. Judges a no police favor women Johanna hy Riving them more chances, reducing charges, fining, or putting them on pro- bation, in cases in which men would be jailed. By the time women reached (he penitentiary they have often luifi ;i turbulent history of failure in school, xvork, anr! marriage. Most were multiple offenders, with a long history cf involvement with drugs or bad chwiues. Alcohol and drugs were frequently in- volved-. "These women are hard to deal Johanna said. "They have to begin to be- lieve in themselves again. "Tiisy suffer from a feeling cf failure, and an image of themselves as worthless." Many needed psychiatric help. WATERLOO, Ont. (CP) If you have an aunt or a grandmother or any family fe- male whose letters and papers might be of interest to poster- ity, the University of Watevloo would like to hear from you. It has a collection of books and papers by and about women which is growing by gift and by purchase. Doris Lewis says: "We have probably the best femi- nism collection in Canada, and we do more with it. We have many courses centred around it. "Feminism is difficult to de- fine, hut it is probably a good inclusive word." Mrs. Lewis was chief librar- ian when the collection was begun. She is'ired in.1961 and now is collections develop- me.nt librarian. She says she is not only looking for material on wo- men who have been impor- tant. "We are interested in local material, pavticularly in tbc Held OL feminism." ASK LIBRARY FIRST But she has two requests. Don't censor any material. You don't protect your grand- mother's just destroy its value as re- search material. And ask the library if it would be inter- ested before you siiip mate- rial. The university's collection of books on suffragettes and other feminist topics helped attract the Lady Aberdeen cclleclY.i to it in 1BG7. The collection, about vol- umes, was the Centennial Council of Women. It includes material about women col- lected over 25 years by Eliza- beth Long of Winnipeg. Miss Lon is a former ha ad of women's programs for tbe cue. Mrs, Lewis says: "It gave us a very useful nucleus on which to build and dovetailed nicely with what we already The publicity concerning it also resulted in bequests of private papers. The library has among others, papers of Isabei Ecclestone McKay, a Vancouver poet, of Elizabeth Shortt, one of the first women graduates of medicine in Can- ada, and of Emily Murphy who wrote as Jancy Canuck and was a noted feminist. All of these and others in- clude letters from other well- known people. WATCHES BOOK STORES Since there have been grants from the Canadian Federation of University Women and the Kitchener-Wa- terloo University Women's Club plus money budgeted by the university. Mrs. keeps an eye on antiquarian catalogues and second hand stores. She has a microfilmed edition of Herstory, a collec- tion of worn en's journals, newspapers a nd newslette rs from the Women's History Research Centre Library in Berkeley, Calif. She also looks for material on topics related to women's social history, such as house- hold management. The material is available to serious researchers, and much of it is on the open shelves of the humanities and social science library. provincial clinic. "We are the division of so- cial she said, "and operate under the department of health. Mrs. Larson, who works un- der the supervision of a med- ical director, said her area con- sists of Lethbridge, north to Clares holm, west to the Crows- nest Pass, south to the U.S. border and cast to the Saskat- chewan border. "The clinic is located in the basement of the Municipal hos- she rai6, "and has been here for 24 years." She referred to statistics say- ing it was "difficult to com- pile, as not every case VD is reported." "Most cases are seen at clin- ics or by private said Mrs. "as every- one has the choice of: coining to us (the clinic) or going to their own docior. "The important thing is to get to the individuals and gc' them cured." Damage already done to the body cannot be undone, she saici, but progression of the dis ease can he slopped and Eurth er damage alleviated. Of the two veneral diseases gonorrhea accounts for fa more cases than does syphilis. "It is very difficult to mak< a diagnosis on the sh said. "It is the female who is fre qucntly responsible for spreac ing Mrs. Larso explained, "as they don't they have it they are als the carriers and that's a prob lem." In recent years it has bee found that many strai ns gonorrhea are developing :VD cuts across all strata of society there is no immun- said Mrs. Larson. "We don't advocate (the use cf) prophylactics we advo- ate abstinence and hope the will be more discreet ncj sensible about sexual con- LCtS." She said that high schools the places where educa- on and facts on VD were ceded. "We arc getting much more road minded and less secretive .bout it she added. i tenda local ha The Cliinook Pensioners ajid Senior Citizens Ladies' Auxili- ary will meet Friday at 2 p.m. n Gym 2 of the civic centre. Tea hostesses will bo Mrs. Z. 3ohne, Mrs. A. Perry and Mrs. M. 1'askuski. First United Church execu- tive meeting will be held 'murs- day at p.m. All executive members are asked to attend. Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will hold a lea at the home of Mrs. Helen McNab, 1002-12 SI. A S., at 8 p.m. Thursday. Members are reminded to bring donations for the sale of work. Visitors and friends welcome. o Southminster UCW will meet Thursday at p.m. at Soulh- minster Church. 61 Unit will host the program at 2 p.m. The bazaar meeting will follow and all unit representatives are an asked to attend. omen Their frustration and feeling of failure leads (hem to com- pcr.sale with and erratic behavior and suspi- cion, sniff. Women in federal prisoners appeared An installation of officers will take place at MO p.m. tonight for the Credit Women's Busi- ness Ciub at Ihc Park T'laza Motor Hotel. Officers for llic coming lerm are Anne presi- dent; Irene Wojlowicz, vice president; Isabel Klasscn. secretary; deny DcVos, treasurer; Sylvia Ilk-iika. membership nnd Kli- nor Ncy, Chaplin. (luest speaker at Ihe installa- tion wili be a memljcr of the local police force, who will speak on shoplifting. The club operates for the pur- pose of keeping close contact wilh women in the credit busi- ness and- maintaining friendly relationships hclwcen credit of- fices and departments through-, out the city. Its objectives include stimu- lating education in the prac- tice and procedure of credit and encouraging and promot- ing the formation of similar organisations. WHOLE HOG Dick Van Niouwkerk, w inner of the agricultural frosh day pig chase at Lethbria'go Community College, won himself a free pass lo all college octivilies for the rest of iho year. The pig, who seemed to enjoy the whole affair, was donated by Perlich Brothers. -Bill Groenen, pholo ana out In honor of their 25th wed- ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm (Paddy) Paddon were surprised with a dinner party given by their daughter Dchi and son Murray at Sven ICriek- scn's Family Ileslamant. Out of town guests were In attendance from Vancouver, also Wctaskiwin land High Kivcr. SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lois of mending to do? A wedding soon? A ven be erealive? Renl and Sew with a gorgeous KENMORK ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sears. Telephone 328-9137 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For CompleH Dolalls ;