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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 48 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 13, 1971 Danes bored by pornography lly IIUNCIT MOUI.E COPENHAGEN (CP) This city was a world-wide reputa- lion for its pornography shops hut it Fccms Ihc Danish people have bec-oiiiu somewhat bored with it all. "Now that everything is so the owner of one of the numerous sex-shops in the Dan- ish capital said, "people are no longer paying the same atten- tion to us." A magazine and movie pro- ducer said: "It's iHTominS more and more difficult sa- people. We keep changing Iliim new ideas will elusion." soon in France. On Ihc Paris black market, Danish or or Swedish film sells for five times its original value. The importance, most Danish people attach [u pornography nowadays is well illuslrated by the story about Ihc child in a newspaper kiosk throwing aside pomograpliic magazines in his search for a book about Tintin, a popular hero for European children. A recent Danish commission noted lhat among Danes it is mostly 25- to 45-year-olds who give the sex-shops their meagre The Danish p.irliameiit re- moved all L-nnl nils on pornog- raphy in July. Today Co- penhagen ha.- more than outlcls lhat sell pornographic books and articles. Near the city's Ir.iin station, an entire street is given over to sex- shops. and finding j business. The 'skin books arc similar con- too expensive for the working class and tne undcr K ECt fer "pin-up girls." The com- mission concluded that I he number of crimes against min- ors has decreased by 70 per cent since "everything was legalized CARLOAD PORNO one sex-shop owner said that j every week he sends a car Vending machines dispense loaded with pornography to pornography the way similar I France. This way he can avoid machines sell sandwiches and I the French post office. He did soft drinks in North America, i not say how he gets around the There are pornography chilis customs- officers at the border, where "everything goes." The sex boutiques are no Anything can be found in spe- longer in the sleazy parts of cialized sex shops Hoots and Copenhagen. Two of the most magazines, complete M i t h i important ones are on the colored pictures, are opened to Frede.riksberggade, the famous all customers. Although the law forbids children under-18 from entering the shops, some under J5 can seen eyeing the pic- I n res. EXPORTS SEX Denmark sells millions of ma- open air mall in the heart of the Danish capital close to the famed Tivoli park. The manager of one of these i stores said that "for loo long, amateurs had to run their busi- ness on one of the small gazines and films a year and slreels." last year exported more than 51 he added, "we can million worth. have our shops where the peo- A sex-supermarket, located i pie are." near the Danish-German tordcr But the porno business has sells 85 per cent of its merchan- dise to Germans whose country still forbids pornography. its opponents. Not all the popu- lation is happy with the new sexual liberties. A proposed The Danes, including the j film on the sex life of Christ youth, are generally so accus- tomed to porno they do not both- er to look at even the most started a public outcry from some quarters. "It's stealing all dignity from daring pholographs in shop win- j one of the opponents dcnvs. It's the tourists who are j said. "We can certainly not ac- fascinated by it and more than cept that Jesus will be lowered a million of them came to a re-! to this level. How much farther cent sex festival that earned j will people go just to satisfy the its organizers several million vilest dollars. They say that the pornograph- S c a n d inavian pornography ic flood will eventually drown can be found in Britain, Hoi-; people's taste for it and result land and the United States and in total indifference. Neiv labor group making inroads Written for CP....... By LESLIE K. TAMR TORONTO (CP) A small religiously-oriented labor movement has been making its presence felt in labor cir- cles. Leaders of Lhe major un- ions have been forced to no- Lice tlie Christian Labor Asso- ciation of Canada. The association is headed by 37-year-old Gerald Vandc- 7 a n d e, executive secretary and tireless promoter of Christian involvement in the turbulent labor scene. Friends and critics would agree that CLAC is no namby-pamby paper organization. Nor is it merely another church com- mittee. The Christian Labor Asso- ciation, which was organized in 1952, now has about members in Onlario. Mani- toba, Alberta, and British Col- umbia. Dcspilc ils numerical weakness when compared to the Cana- dian Labor Congress, the CLAC has influenced legisla- tion and, in the process, has incensed labor officialdcm. PAY TO CHARITY....... Last year, for instance, the Ontario government passed an amendment [o the Labor Art which pel-milled a worker to be exempt from joining a union or from paying union dues if he objected on con- scientious grounds to mem- bership in the p a r t i c u 1 a r union. The religious ohjeclor was lo ho prrmillc'l lo pay Ihc equivalent of union dues to a recognized charily. Dcspilc the overwhelming objection of organized labor, the legislation passed. The first test of the amend-" ment came in July of this year, and was a clear vic- tory for CLAC-mcrhlxT Klaas Slel, who opled out of the Ca- nadian L'nion of 1'iibhc ICm- ployces on [he grounds lhaf membcrshii in Ihc union to which he had paid dues for 10 years violated his religions convictions. BHtC'll PAWNS His iippoal was granled, and three other similar decisions we.rc handed down in quick Miccr.ssicu. Hut the Canadian Union of F'lihlic Kmployces iTr.i-'tC'.'i an appeal (o Ih" Bn.ird's deci- sion. Stan Liltle, president of Uio Canadian Union of Public Em- ployees, blasted CLAC in a public statement. He attacked members of the association as "pawns of a group with tenta- cles extending to the right- wing John Birch Society of America." He added that the Christian Labor Association of Canada is "a right-wing reactionary association which, if permit- ted, will destroy industrial un- ions as we know them in Can- ada." Vandezande dismisses Lit- tle's charge that CLAC is re- lated to Uie John Birch Soci- ety as "If any- thing." he snaps, "Mr Little's near-libellous accusation re- markably resembles the kind of totally unfounded statement the Birchers are so fond of making, and therefore does not deserve an answer." NOT ANTI-UNION As to the charge that he's anti-union, Vandezande be- comes impatient. "That's fool- he says. "We're not anti-union; we arc a labor union and want to co-operate with other unions. And fur- thermore the contracts we ne- gotiate will bear comparison with any equivalent contract negotiated by a secular union." Critics have charged that the CLAC is pro-management and is only a tool of employ- ers. "Anyone who says that has never bothered to exam- ine our public statcrr.cnls, lit- erature, or our Van- dezande slates. lie docs reject the Marxist concept of class struggle. But he is quick to of modern capitalism with ils racism and dcpersonalizalion is an expression of man's sel- fish propensily lo sin." "It's high time for a genu- ine he feels, "and for a Christian confrontation wilh liolh the corporate and Ihc union poivers-lhal-hc, for a radical reappraisal of the whole capilalistic system that alienates men from llx'ir work, their families, and from their Father." That's loiiL'li talk for a com- milled evangelical church- man, bill Vande7.anric insists that his evangelical failh is compatible with his militant Christian unionism. A mem- ber of the Christian Reformed Church, he's also on the gen- eral council of UK Evangeli- cal Fellowship of Canada. EATON'S TOY SALE Pay 1" Each or Get any 4 for 6M Starts Thursday, Continues to Saturday Phone Orders and Deliveries on Orders of 4 or more items Silling toy fo Sale Elephant: a lillle gi 12" fun l or boy. 1.55 Soft Panda Bear: Ready to snuggle inlo a tiny tot's bed Sale 1.55 Silting Sad Pup: Made of Orion pile, filled wilh sofl foom rubber. Sale 1.55 Loveablc Koala Bear: All washable plush and bound lo please. Salo 1.55 Friendly Long Eared Pup: Completely endearing. Give to a liltle child. Sale 1.55 Fisher Price Milk Carrier: Wilh a friendly rattle of 6 milk hollies. Sale 1.55 Golden Bocks: 12 favourites to choose from and delight "small fry' Sale 6 forl.55 S? Magnetic Spelling Board or magnetic arithmetic board. With Mand. Sale, each 1.55 Take-Apart Truck Assort- ment; Tow Truck, fire Iruck, dump, or jeep. Sale, each 1.55 Mini-Tonka Trucks: RuFI Rid- Fun Buggy, or Beach Buggy. Sale, each 1.55 Geranium Radio: Clip an- lenna 1o any station and tune in. Sale 1.55 Model Car Kits: M.P.C. Ser- ies. Wide assorlment of 1971 cars Sale, each 1.55 "Liddle" Buildables: 4 assorl- ed in polished hardwood for ages 1 4 Sale, each 1.55 Black Velvef Kit: Painl by numbers. Picture, painl, brush, instructions. Sale for 1.55 Pal Wooden Puzzle: 4 sub- jects, 35 big pieces. Ages 3- 8 yrs. Sale 2 for 1.55 Safari Target Set: Double barrel shotgun, A darls and larget. Sale, ser 1.55 Nerf Ball: The fun ball for indoor play all ages. Soft Foam. Sale 1.55 Remole Control Racing Car: BaMery opercled. Battery not included. Sale 1.55 Bead-ln-Kit; The "in" thing- string ii.y beads. Beads, thread, needle I h reader. Sale, Kit 1.55 Dr. or Nurse Sels: Rigid frame with Iwo vinyl drop sides. Sale, Set 1.55 Floating Tug Boal: Whistles or rolls. Tooling, clanging Locomolive. Sale, each 1.55 Basket Korking Set: Con- tains basket, wool, tools and instruclions. Sale, set 1.55 Hat Box: Large, lippered. Colourful doll case for sinqle doll. Sale, each 1.55 "M a dd i e Mod" Oulfili: Groovy outfits for all fash- ion dolls, Barbie's, etc. Sale, 2 for 1.55 Engineering Sets: Over 50 colourful parts to create and con si rue I. Sale, set 1.55 111-uii r rrume: lur uu" plays; has musical easy- 3-8 yrs. Bingo board for action keys. Sale ages 1 Vi-4 yrs. Sale, each 1.55 12-Key Zylophonc: Really Counting Frame: For ages Cake Mix Set: Junior cooks 11 nn L---J -ike five cakes. Frosl and decorate. Sale, set 1.55 i ins cake mixes, lea bisk and pie crust. Sale, 2 pkgs. for 1.55 Dump Tiuck. Has tilt dumper and light- weight balls. Sale 1.55 Tonka Scramblers: 8 la choose. With "Torque Thrust" motors. Sale, each 1.55 "Tidy Miss" Housekeeping Kit: Has broom, sweepers, and dust pan Sale, kit 1.55 "Straw Man Bop In- flatable, 48" high scare- crow. Sale 1.55 Cement Truck: Crank oper- aled. Junior fire engine has bell. Sale, each 1.55 Doll and Rocker Set: 8" doll closes eyes, drinks, wet. In own rocker. Sale, sel 1.55 'The Aristocrats" Game: 2 to 4 players (aged 4 1o 10.) Sec on TV. Sale 1.55 Tool Set: Slocl box with hammer, saw, screw driver and more. Sole, set 1.55 Texas Eagle Cup Rifle; 50 sholroll caps arc fired. Sale 1.55 Truck Transport: A assorted trucks wilh 2-1" Iransporl Sale, each 1.55 74" Electric Guitnr: Wilh tuning keys, 6 nylon slrinns and picks. Snlo 1.55 Plastic Train Set; 4 cars, 1 engine, 8 Irnck, 2 sheds. Sale, set 1.55 Charlie My Phone: Bell rings, eyes nod nose tools, Funl Sale 1.55 Jr. League Rowling Set; Houri of harmless playlimn fun. Salo, set 1.55 Musical Roly Poly Clown: And decorated floating duck Sale, lot 1.55 Slate wilh Counting Bonds: Real slate. For the young ones. Sate 1.55 Deminoci: And chess and checkers games. Fun for everybody. Sale, each 1.55 9" Drum: The way to letirn Ing rhyllim Fun for march- Ing. Salo 1.55 BUYLINE 328-8811 Play Don Sol: Modelling malcrial. Non-loxic. Won't ilnin. Sale, let 1.55 Toys, Lower Floor SHOP EATON'S THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 9 'TIL 9 ;