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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sciturd THE tETHBP.lDGE HESAID 23 Ann Landers FLOWERS OF HOPE-Moyor Andy Anderson received the first btxjquef of daffodils to initiaie the annual cancer month daffodil sale for the Canadian Cancer Society. This year's campaign will be directed by rhe Order of the East- ern Star, and will run from April 6 to the 3rh. Flowers will be available al most Lelhbridge businesses, ancf all pro- ceeds will bo donated to the Cancer Society. Presenting the bouquet to the Mayor, are, left to right, Mrs. A. S. Ho van. Laurel Chapter and Mrs. T. Band, Maple leaf Chapter, OES. Bourgeois luxuries are out for China's women's libbers rty .101; MA IlcraM Staff Writer "Times have changed, and tod a v tn en and wo men are equal. Whatever men com- Committee of Ihe Chinese Corn- New Li fa For Old Stucco CoJorcrefa fs a mason a ry spraying plastic-like sub- si a nee which is applied untfer air pressura la liter- ofly fuso the under- lying mnsonary. RcprcsDnFatlva needed; re- sponsible, retired man, with rcaf estate experi- ence, Freo EsHmatos Coif BILL or ROY at THf DALIAS HOTEL rades can accomplish, women comrades can too." Tse-lung, 1964 Women's has Ixen achieved more tboroitglily in the Communist nations than in the j free world. AVhalover freedom j the lack of it men en- j joy, women enjoy too. j In China, except for work they are physically unequipped for, all other work is available to women, whether they like it or not. Neither the United States, nor Canada, can claim, as China does, that women account for 30 per cent of the j party and government officials. The inosl powerful woman in China today is Chiang Clung, better known as Mrs. Mao Tse- tung, wife of the chairman the Chinese Communist Party. She commanded the shots dur- ing the cuHural revolution, and is still looked upon today with fear, if not with respect. Lu Yu-lan, 32, is a peasant, and a member of the Central making tier one powerful 200 in Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In e Alt winding reporls, morrioge and engapement onnoiincemcnls will now be published on l spe- cial poqc in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requesls for publication an other specific dayi of the weak will be given every consideration- Reports, with or without picture, wilt noi he accepted in ihe following formsi Standard Wedding lining ttic infornialion you provide en The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The RETORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT 'WITH TWO COIUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you whh informoHon published which wouM bn additional fo thaf provided on The Kerold'j stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and enhro repor! will [lien be charged af 20c per count line. CJiargo for a two column piclurn with Ihii write-up be TOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION Wltl P.M. WEDNESDAY Of THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phono 328-4411 Family Editor The tcthhddge Herald munist Parly of the most China. Miss Lu an article, Lib- eration of Women, in the offi- cial Peking Tie view, March 10, issue. In the excerpts that follow, despite their obvious one- sided propaganda, we see a par- j tial picture of women's libera- tion in China today: "The road of women's eman- cipation, as I recall, was not a smooth one. At first some did not understand the relationship between the improvement of wo- men's position in the family and participation in society's class struggle, and they thought that a.s long as women get power in (he family the liberation of wo- men was complete, To asser t their rights, they often quar- relled with fathcr.-i-lji-law, moth- ers-in-law and husbands. Bui Uiis adversely affected amicable relations in the family and fail- ed to win public sympathy "Chairman Mao pointed out in DEAR ANN LANDERS: Yesterday about p.m. T was coming out of my office building and a young fellow, nbouj 20 or so long hair, Indian headband, shabby mod get-up approached me. He iiad a pleasant smile and spemcd well spoken, lie said. "Do you have any loose change you can spare I haven't eaten today." I gave him cents. He seemed very grateful and said, "Gee, thanks Friend. You've done a good I watched htm as lie walked down the street. He stopped at the corner lo talk tn a buddy who seemed lo be waiting. I had mixed emotions about what 1 had done. Was it, as he .said, "a good I'm not so sure. 1 grew up during the depression hut 1 can't imagine myself going up tt> a stranger and asking for n handout. Yet, if ihe kid was really I just don't know. How do you feel about it? What would you have done in my place? Thanhs in advance for your answer. --Downtown EostOTi OKAR DOWNTOWN: T would have taken him to the near- e-st eating place, let him order and handed the money to the cashier. When you give a panhandler a handout you show him how easy it is to get money without earning it. Furthermore, you discourage him from working. A great many kids who are on Ihe bum are also on drugs. I'm not about to help support j somebody's habit. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your column "No (incst Room'1 brought back some bitter memories. When I was growing up we had a flock of relatives who came lo visit from out of town. Mother thought my bedroom was ihe nicest in the house so I got moved out for everyone whn came. How 1 hated it! j "Company11 to me was a dirty word, And it still is. I made up my mind that when T had a home of my own T would nevei' have sleep-over guests. boon married 18 years next month and I've kept my vow. We have no guest room and our living room has two love seats instead of a sofa. (In every family there is someone who says, "Oh don't worn-' about me, 1 can sleep on the Perhaps 1 sound anti-social but my attitude b the result of having been kicked out of my room so often I was a child. I also might tell you that it created feelings of hostility against some of my relatives. So you see, Ann, there are two sides to every question. Print my side, will you" P.S. When I visit relatives stay in a hotel or a motel. Breeds Contempt DEAR FAM: Here's your side but perhaps you should consider a cot for a guest in an emergency. Thanks for writing. .JiWi --De Jourdcn photo MR. AND MRS, MITCHEtt fEROY ZUBRAY Zuhrav Smilli St. Forthcoming marriages Mrs. John Henry Wagner of j Warner, is pleased lo announce i the forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Deborah beth, to Mr. John Arthur Simp- son, son of Mr, and Mrs. Clares DEAR ANN LANDERS: I just learned something from Simpson, of Lethbridge. my 10-year-old child. Please print this for other parents who The wedding vail take place I are blind (and deaf) 1 was. on April 22 at 2 p.m. in St. I overheard our son Tommv talking (o n friend on the Augustine's Anglican phone. He was repeating an incident and exaggerating wildly. When ho finished I asked why he had changed the story so drastically thai he ended up lying. Tommy replied, "I wasn't lying. I just wanted to make it more interesting, like you rlo when you talk to your friends." I began to take stock of myself and I wound up ashamed. He had learned to exaggerate from me. I didn't realize it until he pointed it out, I thanked him and vowed to listen to myself more carefully, Memphis Mother DEAR MOTHER: Children learn by example and what hetter proof do you need than this incident? It's a lesson .-ill Basil's Honum Catliol i r Church set the scene for ex- change of double wedding vows between Darlene A n n e Smith, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John McGHlivary, of Le t h- bririge, and Mitchell 2u- bray, son of Mr. Nick Xuhray of Vancouver. B.C., and Mrs. Helen Johnson, of [jcthbridge. Kev. Father nfi'ieintod at the eeremonv. wi-h Mr. Gerry Delleor as organist. fis'idcil attendants were Mrs. toby DeHecr, mutron of honor, and Miss Yvonne Del leer, flow- er both of Lethbridge. Best vra.s Mr. Atfilio Ma- late.sta. ushers Mr. P.en Van Der lleide and Mr. Harry Burris, all of The couple will resuJe in bndgo. Mr. and Mrs. John Stepan of Cardston are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Diana Georgina, to Mr. Michael Ynkcmciiuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vakemchuk of EcJ- nionton. The wedding will take place The wedding is to lake place on May 6 in Holy Cross Church. Fort Maclcod. the 1950's 'The family is a cell of society r.nd only by trans- forming society can the family j bo transformed. After women I have gained their position in so- j ciety, rh.'inge.s in family rela- I tions will ensue. Equality be-1 twoen man and woman will bfl forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Susan Vera, to Mr. Douglas Kieth Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Anderson, aU of Lclhbridge. Th? wedding will [.ike place on May 20 in Aetna -111] Ward I Parenls need lo learn find relearn. Thanks for .sharing. Chapel, Cardslon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jor- dan are pleased to announce (he forthcoming marriage of j their daughter, Colleen Evelyn, (o Mr. Ronald Allen Bcrtrnnd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross V, Bertrand of Claresholm. and Mrs. Ronald Bennett j arc pleased to announce the i put info effect. "I was engaged in women's work in my village in 1955. I After I had talked it over with pour and lower middle pea.s- ants, we .set up an agricultural producers' co-operative, I also i persuaded women to go out and j tako part in collective produc- tivo labor. "Women doing collective i bor get equal pay for equal [work. Having received their own income, women's economic position changed. Family rela- i tion.s abo changed accordingly i What they got for their k'bor forms a major part of the family income. This has chang- I ed the custom of the old society j whereby women asked men for Iho money they needed. All mn- jor .spending in the family is cie- cidecf through democratic ciis- I cussions I "The more 1 rnporUnt thing j for women in gaining emanci- pation is to be concerned with 1 and take part in political slrug- glr-. Owing to Ihe influence o( old ideas and olrf traditions, not j many women took part in poKti- activities or were firm in waging struggles. Plunging into political struggle to brave storms and fare the world, wo- men have acquired a hotter un- derstanding of revulut i o n a r y principles, raised their politi- I oaf consciousness and gained i experience in struggle Women in China da not en- joy certain privileges, however. Women are dressed almost the same way as men are, and hair- dos ami perfumes are con.sider- ed "bourgeois luxuries.11 In oth- er words, women's hberalion in China hasv reached the love! of imise.x, alheit one thing which i can never be changed is that have to bear children. And this may not be the kind of liberation nomen in the free world uant: they want to retain their feminine (ouch. on May 12, at 6 p. in KiUop United Church The engagement Is an- nounced of Theresa Lee, daugh- ter of Mr. nnit Mrs. Keilli Mc- Kay of Caigary to Mr, Dnry] George Boyden. son of Mr. nncl Mrs. Peter Boyden of Loth- bridge. The wedding will take place April 22 at 4 p.m. in St. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIA SAME CONVENIENT IOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 him a surprise egg for Easter. }'our Guide, for Gift-Giving EASTER ECUS L'sc up liard-cookcd decorate< Easier by petlinj; and s'.ic- iiig and adding to macaroni anci clicese, or 117 wrapping tliem in pastry, baking and serving a savcniry pauco as an inexpcn-' sire but good dinner main course. Gift Registry When n hridf! RefjiMry, it'i ti mnny hoppy rxppFi ihe selects ihe patter for her hcuiehold ihe graciously provide for gifl oiving for years to come, fa th orris as they ifioo fo d Inter a aty and holiday lime S-T-R-E-T-C-H SEW FABRICS 475 Holiday Village Phone 328-7843 SHAROM CHRISTEMSEII GERRY GOODMAN MARJORIE GUNDIOCK MAUREEN HEfPLER CAROt HAH TERRY JOHNSON GlENNA KOVAf NIVE5 IUTTEROIT! SUSAN MCKNIGHT GIORIA APRII DEIRDfiE O'CONNE'.I OAY1A WOOtf Mon., April Tuci., April Mo Thu April 10 BASIC 8 SERIES Wed., Afiril 17 NEW IDEAS April )3 1.303.30 MEN'S PANTS April nnd 1.1, 30 DOWNTOWN Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue MEN'S JACKETS April 13 ;