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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2& 1970


The Daily Times-News
WOMEN'S NEWS, LOCAL
FEATURES AND GENERAL
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BURLINGTON, N.C.
Virginia Graham Tries To Make New Apartment Seem
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At Home'
By DONALD MADDEN
Wtnert News Service
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LOS ANGELES - Vibrant,
vinckxu Virginia Graham
bat a brand new nighttime
national television "talk"
show, that hw made her
change her home base from
New York to Los Angeles.
"1 rented this apartment
famished, but my family and
penoul belongings are so Im-
portant to me that I brought
lots of my own things with
me including my husband.
"I own the apartment in
New York, which we'll never
give up. I go Twine* to New
York every five weeks for
ten days, to spend with my
daughter and her babies. I'm
very doge to my whole family,
including, if you will believe
it, my husband's five sisters.
"I think that 'home* is
wherever you happen to have
to be at that time,' Home
is when you can have people
in, and have a home - cooked
Ensconced in her newly rented Los Angles
apartment, Virginia Graham has made the
furnished apartment seem "at home", by
surrounding herself with many rare porcelain
and China pieces, (Dresden, Lonox, Rosenth-
al, Cutbertsoo) that she has collected for
years. (W NS photo by Max Eckert
meal, so it doesn't make any
difference where you are at
the moment.
Food
"I happen to love food, but
Fm a 'natural* cook. No added
ersatz, like phony chemical
bacon bits. But I don't know
what's happened to people
these days.
They've dieted themselves
right out of hospitality.
"In this apartment, when
people come by, every dish
is filled with special things
that I've searched for and
found in little, off - the -
beaten - track stores. But in
most homes these, days, you're
lucky you even get dinner.
"This apartment, let's face
it, is furnished Early Broad-
way, but my apartment hi
New York is a dream. And
it's Just filled to the rafters
with rare things I've collected
over the years. You might
call it a little French maison-
ette, all done hi pastel colors.
"And alt the paintings in
the apartment are by one art-
ist, a Hungarian named Fried
Pal. I love his paintings be-
cause they're so ethereal. I
don't understand anything that
isn't beautiful, like so many
of the contemporary paintings
1 see in the galleries.
"W hy, I have a huge paint-
ing of Versailles in my New
York bedroom. So, when peo-
ple ask me where I'm going
to go on my vacation, I just
say 'to Versailles'."
French Feminist Says Men Are Toison'
.By BUS HABTMAN
.Womee't News Service
PARIS lien are poison.
They poison women In multi-
farious ways, enough ways to
fill a book.
To prove mis theory, Denlse
Hubert 'has written an en-
gaging vobane entitled "Les
Homines - Poisons," or "Pois-
on Men," which has Just been
released by Ha c he t t e ,
France's largest book pub-
lisher.. It is already a best
- seller with ladies demanding
total sexual equality.
Mow. Hubert approaches
W omen's liberation in a
typically French way hi a per-
sonal rather than political
"Poison men? W hy do I call
them that?" she asks. "The
title says what it should.
Poison is an ingredient that
creeps, spreads and pene-
trates until mabsorb JL*
Hen, she insists, produce
their poison automaficaDy, as
snakes produce venom And
mate poisoo has replaced mate
tyranny.
"There are tew real tyrants
left," writes the vivacious
Frenchwoman. "A tyrant was
a man of action. He reached
for bis six - shooter if you
didn't kiss nan; he threw you
out the window if you forgot
the salt That took courage.
But today's species is another
breed. He is poisonous, and
poison is the weapon of the.
weak."
Mme. Hubert is quick to
point out that poison is gen-
erally used by inferior beings.
"The mosquito and not the
tiger poisons us,*' she affirms. ,
"And when we see tigers
transformed into mosojnitos,
we can be sure that the wind
has changed."
Advocates of W omen's Lib-
eration cannot be happy about
this change,
"W e are still the victims
of die men, even if what they
do to us is more sneaky,"
reported the authoress.
The man of 1970 is antj-
feminist, a species not to be
confused with the misogynist.
The misogynist shuns "women
instinctively," whereas the anti
- feminist's hatred is not in-
stinctive, but deliberate.
"This is war," proclaims
Mme. Hubert. "Or you can
call it counter - revofction."
The anti - feminist, she ex-
plains, likes women and even
seeks their company. But woe
to those who do not correspond
with his idea of what a woman
should be.
"W oe to the non - submis-
sive, the disobedient, the
woman of independence!" ex-'
claims the French lady.
"W hat man hates about her
is not that she tyrannizes him
but that sfcttiB no looter will-
ing to be tyrannized. Also,
he is unsure of himself be-
cause he knows that he is
not moving with the times."
W hen an anti - feminist
meets a woman, he may chat
with her, but it is just a
stall
"He can't even look at her
except in the way that be
regards a leg of iamb when
be, is hungry," Mme. Hubert
adds. "He is only waiting to
see when it will be medium
rare."
Besides anti . feminists,
"Poison Men" takes up mates
who fall asleep as soon as
their heads hit the pillow and
their opposite types the
sex obsessed wno tear up your
favorite magazines and make.
you read the K ama Sutra in-
stead.
The best - seller describes
the poisons of the punster,
the tease^ the pessimist, the
man .passionate for c* fs, the
conformist, the non - con-
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formist and the mate who al-
ways returns home, at just
the wrong moment
Of a species that is "less
noxious than the cockroach or
the boa constrictor," she de-
clares, "He never admits that
woman has a brain. That is
one part of her body in which
he has no interest what-
soever." To this kind of man,
"a woman's conversation is
merely a kind of buzzing in
his ear."
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