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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3O THt tETHRRlDGS HERALD WodnticJoy, Otlober 25, 1975------------------------- s wron maybe it's you There's no doubt about it, the world isn't all peach- es and cream. Not by a long shot. There are prob- lems. Big problems. Serious problems, Things could be a lot better. Or a lot worse. Who decides? People do. You do. By your vote. You pick the people to represent you and you decide issues. If you don't stir your bones and vote October 30th you've lost that voice. In fact, you had better be pretty quiet. Because you're part of what's don't be a no October 30th 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. INSERTED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY A CLOSE LOOK New Dcmocrolic leader DaviJ Lewis bends down for a better look at a milking machine on a visit to ihe farm of John Lillbeck, near ford, during his campaign tour of British Columbia. Four-letter ivords listed in dictionary supplement By HAROLD MORRISON LONDON To prac- tise gazcomptung in a house Kale is to swindle anrt there- for g azoomphcr is a s wi n- dlc. Gorblimey is a vulgar cor- ruption of the i mprecation "God hind me" and gosh means "godawful." In (he same senses, gotcha means "I have got Heralded by the word watchers as a ftreat triumph, the m akcrs of the Oxford English Dictionary have launched [he first supplement in 39 years, producing a volume covering (lie letters A to G. The re- maining volumes be pro- duced in later years. To ensure that they are "with il'r and have covered every possible .corner of the contemporary scene, the lexi- cographers have lifted the veil from obscenity, diligently cat- aloguing all the we 11-known four-letter words, along with definitions and historic back- ground. K. Burchficld, head of Hie lexicographer team, argues that it was "Victorian prudishnes" that forced omission from cirlier editions of the commonest English words. It was only in 19M that the delegates of the Oxford Press and the proctors ap- proved in principle the inclu- sion of these words in the new supplement. 'CRAP' APPROVED They recognized, he said, that "standards of tolerance have changed and their omis- sion has for many years and more frequently of late cx- j cited critical Some of this criticism, to which Bnrchfield refers in an article in The Times Literary Supplement, came from the underground magazine OZ which wrote the Oxford Uni- versity Press demanding to Movie truce t being shaken By LINDA DEUTSCH HOLLYWOOD (API A truce between Hollywood and minority by lucrative all-black movies and i heightened minority employ- being shaken by angry demands and of bia.s. In recent weeks the movie j industry has been faced with: from powerful black organizations that the new "black on black" movies demean Uiem by portraying only dope pushers, pimps and prostitutes. that black re- view boards censor all black- tbeme films before production and pre-edit them before re- lease. for higher pay to black actors and big chunks of profits from black films to be turned over to the black community for education and oilier improvements. dispute- over a Greek actor playing a Mexican- Amcricfin. over white