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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBPJCGE HEBAID 23 Ann Land ers FLOWERS OF HOPE-Mayor Andy Anderson received ihe first bouqucr of daffodils to inilinle the annual concur monlh daffodil sale for the Canadian Cancer Society. This year's campaign will he direcled by rhe Order of the East- ern Srar, and will run from April 6 to ihe 3fh. Flowers wilt be available al mast Lclhbrldgo businesses, and all pro- ceeds will bo donated lo tha Cancer Sociely. Prcsenling the bouquel to ihe Mayor, are, left to right, Mrs. A. S. Hovan, Laurel Chapter and Mrs. T. Band, Maple loaf Chapter, OES. Bourgeois luxuries are out for China's women9s libbers Forthcoming Ily JOK M.-V Ilrrnlil Slnff Writer "Times have changed, and toclav nic-n nml women are equal. Whatever men com- Committee of the Chinese Cotn- "-'-I New life For Old Slucco Colorcrefa ja a mason a ry i praying plastic-like sub- ilance is applied UnJcr air prtisura lo liter- ally fuso the undor- lying mnsonary. ReprCscnFalivo re- Eponsililc, retired man, with cilate ex per i- rnce, free EsPlmaJes Coif BILL or ROY al THF DALIAS HOTEL rades can accomplish, ivomen comrades can loo." Tse-Limg, 1961 Women's has Ixen I achieved more thorouglily in Ihc Communi.sL nations than in Lhe [ree world. "Whatever freedom the lack of it men en- joy, women enjoy too. In China, except for work they are physically unequipped lor, all other work is available to women, whctlxr they like it or not. Ncither Lhe United Staler, nor Canada, can drum, as China does, lhat women account for 30 per cent of the country's j party and government officials. munist Parly, making tier one of Ihe most powerful 200 ID China. Miss Lu wrole on article, Lib- erallon of Women, in the offi- cial Poking Review, March 10, 1972 issue. In the excerpLs that follow, despite their obvious one- j sidctl propaganda, we see a pal-' lial of women's libera- tion in China today; "Tlw road of women's email' cipation, as I recall, was not a smooth one. At first some did not understand the relalionship between the improvement ot wo- men's posilion in the family and participation in society's class struggle, and they thought that as long a? women get power in (he ram.ilv the liberation of wo- m-JAR ANN LAN'DE-HS: Yesterday nbout p.m. T was coming out of my office building and a young fellow, nhouj 20 or so loiif; hair, Indian headband, shabby mod get-up npprriachixl me. He liml a pleasant .smile and seemed well spoken, lie said. "Do you have any loo.se change on can spare I haven't eaten today." I gave him 7H cents. He seemed veiy grateful and said, "Gee, thanks Friend. You've done a good (n.ng 1 watohed htm as he walked down the slreol. He stopped at the corner lo talk to a hmldy Mho seemed Lo he wailing. I had mixed emotions alwul what 1 had (tone. Was it, ns he said, "a good I'm not so suro. 1 grew during the depression foul 1 can'L imagine myself going up to a stranger and asking for n handoul. Yet, if Ihe kid was really hungry-- I just don't know. How do you feel about if? WhaL would you hare done in my ulaccV Thanks in advance for your answer. Eoslon DKAR DOWNTOWN: T would have- taken him lo (he near- est Culing place, let him order and hamlcd money to Ihe cashier. When you give a panhandler a handout you show him how easy it is to get mnncy without, earning il. [''iirlhermorc, you discourage him from working. A great many kids who are on (he hum are also on drugs, I'm not ahuut lo help support somebody's habit. DEAR ANN I.AXDKKS: Your column "No (iucst Room" brought hack some biller memories. When I was growing up we had a flock of relatives who came lo visit from out of loivji. Molher thought my bedroom was the nicest in the house so I got moved out for everyone who came. How I haled il! "Company" to me was a dirly word And it still is. I made up my mind that when I had a home of my T would never have sleep-over guests. hern married 18 years next month and f've kept my vow. We no guest room and our living room has Iwo love seals instead of a sola. (In every family there is someone who .says, llOh don'l worn.' about me, 1 can sleep on llw Perhaps I sound anti-social but my altitude Is the result of having been kicked out of my room so often I was a child. I also might tell you lhat il created feelings of hostility against some of my relatives. i So you see, Ann, there are two tides to every question. i Print my side, will you? P.S. When I visit relatives stay in a hotel or a mold. Familiariiy Breeds Contempt DEAR FAM: Here's your side but perhaps you should MR. AND MRS --De Jourdcn MITCHELL LEROY 7UBRAY Zulmiv Smilli Si Basil's Horn an Cat hoi I r Church scl the1 scene fur ev chatige of double vows bfAu'i'n Pwler." A ut- Smith, ol Mr. and Mrs. i .John McGillivary, ol Le t h- icrr- Drlloor as organist Iindcil (illc-iulaius were Mrs. oin f'C'Hcci- rmitrnn uf honor, '.r.t] YvL-iuic Del leer, ficm- T bulh of DcAl Mr. Allilin Ma- bridge, and M'lrholl Xu- lr-.tp.sla. Tvilli ushers Mr Ren maiTiages Mrs. John Henry Wagner of j Warnerr is pleased (o announce I consider a cot for a guest in an emergency Thanks for Ihe forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Deborah beth, to Mr. John Arthur Simp- son, son of Mr, and Mrs. Clare Simpson, of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on April 22 at 2 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. brav, son of Mr. Xic-l; Zubray of Vancouver. U r and Mrs Helen Johnson, of [jelhbrulgc1. Kev. Father ofm'intod ai tlie ceremuny. wi-h Mr. Dor Meklp ard Mr. HaiTy IJurris. all "f Tiio couple will reside in bndpc. 'Hie most powerful woman in China today is Chiang Ching, better known as Mrs. Nfao TRO- men was complete, To assert tung, of Iho chfiinnan of i their rights, they oftvn quar- tbc Cliinese Commimi-st Party. She commanded the shots dur- ing the cultural revolution, and is still looked upon today with relied wilh falher.-i-ln-law, i crs-in-law and husbands. Rut this adversely affected amicable relations in the family and fail- fear, if not wilh respect. 1 ed tn win public sympathy Lu 32, is a peasant. i ami a member of Ihc Central Wedding Rcporls Marriage and Engagement Announcements In All winding reparls, marrioge and engapemcnt onnoimcemonis will be published on i ipe- ciol paqc in The Herald's Saturday edilion each week. Special requesls for publicalion an other ippcif 'r Hoy of Ihe week be given every f! reports, wilh or wilhou) picture, wilf now he accepted in ihe following Wedding infornialion you provide en The Herald's wedding reporl form, (available ar The standard RCPORT ONLY 5-00 RF.PORT WIT) I PvVO COLUMN PICTURE Wedding If you wish informofion publrihod which wouM bn ndditionol to ihaf provided on The Kerold'j sland- ard report form, Iliii will be accepted, and I'm pntiro reporl wilt flicn be charged of 20c per count linn. CJiargo for a two column piciurn wilh 'hii wrile-up ho 1 0.00. ron SATURDAY nmucAiioM WILL IVF. 4 P.M. Of TlfAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PIEASE Phono 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald Mr. and Mrs. John Slcpan of Cardstoa nre pleased lo rm- nounce tlie forlliconrinr! mar- writing. DEAR ANX LANDERS: I just Icarnod something from my 10-year-old child. Plon.se prinL lliis for oilier parents are blind (and f-s 1 was. I overheard our son Tommy talking tn n friend on tlie phone. He was repeating an incidenl and exaggerating wildly. When ho finished I asked why he had changed story so drastically that he ended up lying. Tommy replied, "I wnsn't lying. I just wanted to make it more interesting, like you rio when you talk to your friends." I bepan. lo take stock of myself and I wound up ashamed. riage of their eldest daughter, He had learned to exaggerate from me. I didn't realize it until Diana Gcorgina, to Mr. Michael Ynkcmchuk, son Mr. Mrs. Jack Yakcmrhuk of and! Ed- Tlie wedding will lak-j place he pointed it out, I thanked him and vowed to listen lo myself more carefully, Mother DEAR MOTHER: Children learn hy example and wha! hotter proof do you need than this incident? It's .1 lesson ;ill on May 20 in" Aetna 4lli Ward! parents need Lo learn and relcain. Thanks for .sharing. Chapel, Cavdslon. "Chairman Mao poinled out in the 1 Poll's "llic family LS n cell of society r.nd only by tr.ms- forininp society can the family bo transformed. Afler women have gained Lheir position in so- ciety, in family rela- tions will ensue. Equality be- tween man and woman will bfl put. into effect. "I was engaged Sn women's work in my village in After I had it over wiDi pour and lower middle peas- ants, we set up an agricullural producers' co-operative, I also pcrsnacled women to go out and tako par! In collective prtxluc- tivo labor. "Women doing collective la- bor gel equal pay for equal work. Having received Lheir own income, women's economic position changed. Family lions al50 c'nnngert accordingly Wlifit they get for Lhoir forms a major part of Ihc family income. This has chang- ed Iho custom of tlie aid sooioty v.liei'fby women men for Iho moncv (hoy nrcdixl All mn- J jor .spending in Mun family is clc- cidetf through democralic tiis- j cussions i ''Tho more hnpoitant tlunff for women in gaining emanci- pation is lo be concerned wilh and take pnrt in political slrifg- plr-. Owinp to llir influence ol olrl irlcns and old traditions, not many women took part in politi- cal activities or were firm in waging struggles. Phinpng into political struggle to brave storms and fare Ihc world, wo mm have acquired a boiler tin- tler.slaiiclinj: of revulul i o n a r y raised thc-ir politi- cal consciousness and gained i cxjKrricncc in struggle Women in China da rot en- joy cnrlain privileges, however. TiVomcn ;irc almost the same way as men are, and hair- and perfumes are consider- ed "Ixjnrijrois Itixuries.1' In otli- cv worris, women's liberation in Cliina lias rinadicd tho level of unisex, allicit one thing which i can never be changed is that women to bear children. this may not bo the kind pf liborafion women in the free work! w.int they lo retain -cpliis.icalc their feminine (nurh. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A, Jor- i dan nre pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of j their daughter, Colleen Evelyn, to Mr. Ronald Allen Berlranri, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand of Claresholm. The wedding is to lake place on May 6 in Iloly Cross Church. Foil Maclcod. and Mrs. Ronald Bennett arc pleased to announce the forthcoming marritigc of Ihcir daughter, Susan Vera, to Mr. Douglas Kieth Anderson, son ot I Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Anderson, I all of I.cthbridge. Th? wedding will fake placo on May 12, at r, p.m. in Me- Killop United Church. i The engagement Is RH- nounced of Tlieresa Lee, dnuph- Icr of Mr. anil Mrs. Keilh Mc- Kay of Calgary to Mr Oaryl George Boyden. son of M.r. and git'ing hi in a surprise egg for Easter. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT IOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. 328-0111 PHONES 378-0223 Mrs. Peter Boyden of bridge. Tlie wedding April 22 at EASTER ECUS Use up hard-cooked decorated i Easier eggs by peelinfi and s'.ic- j ing and adding to macaroni nml Gerard's Church, Calvary, choose, or try wrapping them in f pastry, baking aud serving with I tako place I a savoiiry sauce as an inpxpcn- n.m. in SI. sivc but good dinner main }'oitr Girida for Gift Registr S-T-R-E-T-C-H SEW FABRICS 475 Holiday Village Phone 328-7043 April Classes BASIC 8 SERIES I Mon., April 10 Mon Tuci.r April II Thur. Thur., April 30 Snr., BASIC 8 SERIES II Worl., April I? Thu MEN'S PANTS April nnd 1.1, 30 nnrl 37 7 MEN'S JACKETS Thur, April 13 7 30-9 30 April 10 7 April 13 April IS NEW IDEAS April 13 I 30 Our Bride List SHARON CHRISTtNSCII GOODMAN MARJORIE GUNDlOCr: MAUREEN CAROL HAH IERRY JOHNSON G1ENNA KOVAf NIVES LUTTEROTT1 SUSAN McKNIOHT GIORIA NYI.IEV.' APRII DE-IRDPE O'CONNE'.I GAYtA Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd 5 ;