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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Little League player Margaret Avard, 11, may never have heard of women's lib, but she does have a good right arm. That was the only requirement needed for her to sign to play Little League Baseball with a Sherman, Tex., team. Margaret accompanied her dad and brother to local headquarters so her brother could sign up and she decided to become a ball player after her dad and officials said it was okay for her to play. Chinese woman improves international relations By EAM SUNDAR CP Correspondent BOMBAY (CP) A talented and versatile Chinese woman has been trying to improve her country's relations abroad and remove misunderstandings about Mao Tse-tung's intentions among Asian peoples. She is Han Suyin, inter- nationally known novelist and biographer of Chairman Mao. She was recently in India and met with many intellectuals. Indians were surprised to learn from Miss Suyin, widely regarded as an authentic interpreter of Maoism, that the Chinese leaders look forward to normalizing relations with their Indian counterparts. She told an Indian writer that "Chairman Mao has not forgotten the great role which Pandit Nehru played in the early years in making known to the world the true nature of the glorious Chinese, revolution." Program helps parents MANCHESTER, England (CP) A four-year research program at the University of Manchester will help parents bring up their mentally handi- capped children. The program, funded by a British gov- ernment grant, will use closed-circuit television and observation rooms to monitor children aged 2 to 5 with their parents as they play "teaching games." It also will seek to determine the best way of getting information across to parents, whether by books, leaflets or films. Sfep out in the height of Shoe Fashions, for the Easter Parade lovely new "LISA DEBS" as above in mar- beKzed and navy kid under glass. AAA, AA and B widths. "Patchwork" A lovely spring style, as shown in bone and brown 2 tone leather, also In brown or black patent. "NEW OVERTURE" a orMt tavofiw again spring available in Black, Navy, Red and patent Yes! Mhave identical MATCHING HANDBAGS M SHOES 403-9th Strati S. Miss Suyin spoke of the possibility of an early resumption of full diplomatic relations between New Delhi and Peking, a subject to which Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is believed to attach considerable importance. However, Miss Suyin left no doubt that China was not happy over 'the growing friendship between India and the Soviet Union. She said that while the Chi- nese leaders were not worried unduly about Indo-Soviet eco- nomic ties, they were concerned that Moscow might try to persuade India to grant "hostile military bases." Knowing that Miss Suyin will report her. talks in India to Chinese leaders, the Indians repeatedly assured her that there was no intention of permitting any anti-Chinese activity from its soil. In a lengthy interview with a correspondent of the New Delhi Hindustan said that the Chinese experience of the Soviet Union had been bad and India some day also will be sorry for befriending Moscow. The Chinese author who said she is making a special study of the Sino-Soviet confrontation, expressed the view that there would be no full-scale war between Moscow and Peking "in the near future." WeeWhimsv Bates will be wnt the originM in for quott. your chiU't'quowion to initptptr. Alpha Pudding Cake Mix GliiliConCarnessr Applesauce Cranberry Sauce BSSS' Palmolive Soup Fleecy GROUND BEEF. 95 0 CHICKENS ficc "W. PORK BUTT ROAST PORK STEAKS Ib. WHITEFISH c 95" Tomatoes Potatoes Ltcai IMS ar red. CMMta No. 2.10II. I.C. Mies. MMM FUNK. 4 part fenM Oranges ftW. 99' 159 Bakery Phone 3E7-2424 White or Brown Bread in 2 IU loaves for Individual Pumpkin Pies 2 Bran Muff ins dozen ;