Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Oclobcr 27, 1971 DOWN TO EARTH JOB Walt Mauer, a member of an archaeological team from the University of Iowa, literally "digs" his work. Mauer is a member of a team learching for the remains of an ancient Indian community in southwest Iowa. BoyZe's column j By HAL BOYLE NEW 'YORK (AP) Re- marks a lady liberationist gets tired of hearing: "What do women really want? They own the world already. Why do they want to run "Free them? That makes me laugh. Free them from "The hand that rocks the cradle now wants to upset the apple cart." "Women do deserve special consideration because they have the problem of bearing children. But men have a problem, too. They have to bear with women." ACT LIKE A MAN "Agatha, how can you hope to be equal to a man if you go around acting like a "Look, they gave the women the right to vote be- cause it was thought they would clean up politics. So what about politics to day? Has it ever been in a bigger "What good does it do to give a woman what she wants anyway? As soon as she gets it. she decides she wants something else." "Agatha, I'm tired of argu- ing the merits of the case with you. I'll believe you're equal to me the day you can sit down and grow a beard and beat me at Indian hand wrestling." RUMOR IN BLOOMER "This whole female freedom movement sounds to me like a rumor in a bloomer." "Why should women get paid as much as men? If they did. would they spend their money on men the way men spend their money on women now? In a pig's eye they "Liberating women wouldn't make any difference to me. If I went to lunch with 12 of them, I'd still be the one who had to pick up the check." "Xo matter how equal you make a woman she'll always expect a man to do the push- ing they go through a revolving door." "This country is in the shape it's in now because women already have too much power. Frankly, I think they'd all be happier if they were put in purdah and never allowed to appear in public unless they wore bedsheets and veils." "Agatha, if I agree to right all your wrongs, will you get out of the pulpit and back into the kitchen? I'm hungry, honey." BIRD FARMER WATERVILLE, N.S. (CP) James Featherby read his first book on ornamental pheasant and game birds four years ago and now he is rapidly turning his 80-acre Waterville farm into a bird-lovers' paradise. He has 42 of these birds on the farm and expects to increase this number by at least IW within a year. The birds range from While Silky Bantam chickens to striking black and yellow Reeves pheasants, which fea- ture tails measuring up to seven feet in length. The Music Box ONE RACK OF MEN'S SUITS by a leading Canadian maker, latest styles and colors In fine All-Wool English Worsted cloths. 2 RACKS OF MEN'S DRESS PANTS Newest patterns, stripes, checks and plains, also tweed look and the worsted look. 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"Our heritage is the life- blood of the says Lolly, three generations re- moved from the tribe, but still spiritually bound lo it. "We're just trying to convey our feelings, which might sound like a pompous state- ment, but it's not an easy thing lo do. "We've played everything Soviet space chief dies MOSCOW (AP) Soviet space scientist Mikhail E. Van- gel, the man believed to be the head of the Soviet space pro- gram, died of a heart attack Monday. Tass news agency said Van- gel, 60, died suddenly "of a heart attack caused by post-car, diac sclerosis." The Tass obituary, which called Yangel "the outstanding scientist and designer in space rocket was signed by Communist party chief Leo- nid I. Brezhnev, Premier Alexei Kosygin, President Nikolai V. Pcrlgorny, other government of- ficials and the Soviet Academy of Science. from blues to jazz, so we just brought it all together into one force with our heritage as the backbone. It tool: us a long time to come to the reali- zation that the best we have lo offer is what we are. "If you're black and you concentrate your energies on playing Polish music, right there you lose your equilib- rium because you've shifted your energy from your centre of strength to a weaker point." It took Pat and Loll 10 years of playing clubs up and down the West Coast to real- ize what they wanted to say Tuckered out LONDON (AP) Extremely mild autumn weather had dis- rupted the oyster market, Corn- wall breeders said Wednesday. The oysters have continued spawning beyond normal and are too exhausted to make the 300-mile journey by train to London dealers. Cornishmen said up to 60 per cent of them die on the trip because of the strain. and how they wanted to say it. Pete, the drummer, was named Last Walking Bear by his grandmother when he was born on a reserve at Neah Bay, Wash. "The rest of us are city In- says Lolly. "At least, we worked our way into the city." Redbone is a Cajun slang for half-breed half-Indian, half-something else. Their music, with its relentless rhythms, is filled with nu- ances which challenge the lis- tener: on first hearing it, the sound seems simple, almost primitive. "In Indian rhythms, there's contrapuntal things happen- ing, there's pedal points, there's pivot all the major ingredients of a Mozart or a says Lolly. ESCAPE THE EAR "If you listen to one drum- mer against another, then the the the voices behind it, there are subtleties and responses which escape the ear. "The untrained ear just hears the dum, dum dum, dum, dum. The music is so basic sounding in its structure lhat people feel it, but they don't really listen to it." Gulf sales increase PITTSBURGH (AP) Gull Oil reports increased sales and income for the first nine months of 1971, with third-quarter earn- ings of million. Consolidated net Income for the nine months was mil- lion compard with million last year, an increase of 4.2 per cent, GuU said Tuesday. Third- quarter income for last year was J140.6 million, but the wcrth a share remained at 68 cents despite this year's some- what higher quarterly income. Gulf's sales and other operat- ing revenues for the nine months were billion, an in- crease of 11.2 per cent over the billion last year. WHAT KEEP WHAT TO SELL! That WASHER -You didn't trade-in Those FANS -Your Air Conditioner displaced The BICYCLE -the boy outgrew Those STORM WINDOWS -You replaced with new ones The BASSINET -You won't need anymore Look Around! List any in-the-way items you have and turn them into cash With a Lethbridge Herald CLASSIFIED AD! CALL 328-4411 ANYTIME Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to p.m. The Lcthlnidge Herald CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. DO NOT NEED!