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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Herald 4th Section May Pages 27 36 Chinese revolution did help Call 327-4348 For Rapid Pick-Up Adopted children's Reserve A Luxury Accommodation For Your Luxury Pur Today Free and easy The lure of the summer swings was too much for Roseanne Roth of 1020 12th St. S. to so the 12-year-old took a turn breezing through the air. The playgrounds will soon prove to be popular places for family outings. reunon regstry proposed in B.C. We have the finest vaults to care for your furs and expert consultants to make sure 5 they stay luxurious. estimates on fur remodelling cleaning repairing. CANADIAN FURRIERS A Tradition of Paramount Theatre Dldg. 4th Ave. S. VICTORIA Members of British Columbia's family and children's law commission found strong support at a public hearing here this week for the concept of setting up a mechanism by which adopted children could trace and meet their natural mother and father if possible. Mish a social work consultant to the city of Vancouver and chairman of the commission's adoption working said attitudes expressed from an audience of Put on the new and fashionable springshined face by CLrftt cf fU Visit the Counter at The Cosmotique See Petra Topp Spscial Representative for Charles of the who will be in the store next week only Ritz has created a new look for spring young-looking sun-warmed colors shining forth on oheeks eyes lips The Spnm Shiried Face is for every woman who wants the face in fashion NOW It's for you1 New Lipstick Shades For a fabulous finishing glide on one of the six co-ordinated colors from the shining lip collection First- Class Rose Royce Wall Street Banker s Peach Billionaires Pink Real RiK Red BhMhlng Color is whipped in a cream that glides on like a silken breeze to give your cheeks a glorious glow In three clcy-chic tones Plnkamber. Rosestone New ShlninQ Eyv Snttfow PonviMdA. dttMntfi to Thto MpwiNny tomwMton to In- trodund hi truly unjqm PtraMwifly Ptnfc.EndNn For- EMffTM The Cosmotique 305 6th St. S. Downtown Phone 328-1212 about 60 persons were the most open the commission has encountered during three weeks of hearings The commission has proposed a reunion registry so at age an adopted child could contact his mother or both parents if the parents had registered the wish to be contacted. Mrs Vadasz said the in use in Scotland and parts of the United is based on increasing recognition that people have a real need to know their own backgrounds doesn't mean children aren't happy with their adoptive she said they have this all the time 'Where did I come what are they really like1'' A woman said she has a seven-year-old adopted I want very much for her to have this Another man said he doesn't see why an agency should stand between adopted adoptive parents and natural parents if all wish to meet The commission was to hold another session and has scheduled hearings in Vancouver Monday through Thursday CHILDREN NOMINATED Nine Toronto school children have been nominated for an Academy Award for their film Life a collection of shorts written and directed by themselves. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Brands Mannix We are pleased to an- nounce that Brenda has joined our Brenda is very experienced in the Beauty Salon business and the LADY BEAUTY invites Brenda's many friends arv customers to drop in for any of their Beauty needs. Status of women By ANNABEL FERR1MAN Dispatch of The London How sad it is to be a Nothing on earth is held so cheap No one is glad when a girl is born By her the family sets no store. This pre-revolutionary poem is in striking contrast to one of chairman Mao Tse- Tung's frequently quoted have changed and today men and women are equal. Whatever men comrades can women comrades can too In the past 25 years the status of women in China has been in the land distribution of 1949 women in the countryside had their names put on land deeds for the first time and were enabled to inherit the marriage law of 1950 made bigamy and concubinage and with the setting up of the communes in it was agreed that women peasants should be paid separately from the head of the household But it would be an exaggeration to say that women in China are now the equal in either status or earning power of their husbands During a recent tour of it emerged that they were under-represented in the more highly paid professional jobs such as engineering and university and on the revolutionary which run the agricultural and social enterprises Certain lower paid such as were almost exclusively _ reserved for women while the wage rates for light Herald Family where women were well were lower than those for heavy where they were not In very few cases were women being paid less than men for the same work. The situation was rather that women were unable to secure a fair share of the better paid jobs Obviously one factor to be taken into account was that heavier work received higher and these jobs were considered unsuitable for but even in those better paid jobs which did not require great physical women did not fare very well Since all women leaving their children or in a minority of cases in care centres after 56 days maternity one might have expected that the division of labor in the home would be fairly equal But old habits seem to survive the most dramatic and many of the Chinese men we met confessed that they left most of the cooking to their wives and more customs such as arranged marriages apparently still exist in parts of the countryside. University uncovered the fact that some families demanda payment for their daughters to compensate for the transfer of a worker to her husband's while some since schooling is not are still slack about sending their daughters to keeping them at home instead to do the housework There is no that the Communist party leadership is fighting such attitudes. The present campaign against Confucius lays considerable emphasis on the reactionary nature of his views on women and his belief that they should serve three masters their husbands and sons Women themselves have done a great deal to establish their equality in Chinese society Over the past 20 they have set up a network of neighborhood and street which are responsible for the running of small factories and kindergartens for school teachers and others whose work place is too small for a kindergarten of its own The neighborhood which covers a smaller area than that of the street also organizes street cleaning and the political education of women. It should also be borne in mind that before the revolution the married woman was little more than a slave Wife polygamy and concubinage were a wife was not supposed to go beyond the courtyard of her house for the first three years of marriage and was subservient to her who could beat her Widows were not allowed to remarry and had to continue living with her husband's family NAVY AIR FORCE Ladies' Auxiliary Unit 58 SPRING TEA May 8th 2 to 5 p.m. ANAF Hall 5th Ave. S. BAKE SALE NOVELTY TABLE FASHION SHOW Courtesy Betty Shop Centre Village Mall EVERYONE CAN YOU FACE ANOTHER HOT SUMMER WITHOUT AIR INTRODUCING 1974 AIR CONDITIONERS r-Ov Carrier For Your Purchase of ROUND AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER COMPETITIVE LOW PRICES YOU WILL RECEIVE FROM CARRIER Offer Expires May 1709-2ndAve. S. Phone 328-5973 ;