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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 THE 1ETH3RIDGE HERALD Monday, November 11, 1971 luces problem China s culture patroness system sponsoring new art forms Foster. "However. T a problem they uit.li Hv unive si on because i: that is (lirei'tly grants in instill Mr. FO-KT 'IK not satisfied mission's lem. "then it no L to come (lirociiy tc merit." The Tniver-iiy of I Mil n number in the will --it fb'.vn to do sumo thinking and ;i long- n'nee of is in ihe pa-t h.ive "preity do.-e but they are nil out whack now." Ho said the investigation will enventnallv have to centre on the "We will have to talk to the nudc-nts who didn't come this vear and find out why." lie 1 years ago site Mns- a Coni- pai'ty lender in the iiit oi pai'iy eliaii'man successful simple to foes led hy Tresi- l.iu Shao-ehi. i! nanif d last year to party polilhuro, hut then tn subside into bu- ,'i-nihc obsairity. a series of in tides in t'hinese press shows she is e ill spon.srrms new art HS, refurbishing old ones ami enccurnyement to the Mani.st movement, called IT realism and romanticism." Slie recently was idcnliiied a new piano concert o. The Yellow Hiv-T. ;iv "the first piano concerto to portray such a great theme as people's PI5AISK IS IHfill A Red commentary says the composition "praises the heroic and lofty aspirn- t of the Chine.se nation and tin glorious history of Mruffle of tho Chinese peo- ple, ihe Kienl victory of the of resislance to Japanese jii'LiiTHsiiMi under the direct of rhairnian Mao and great victory of Chairman Mao's thinking on people's war." Chiang ChinR general c'-edit for the new concerto as cuslodia; over the yrars of Mao' "proletarian revolution- ary line in literature and art." She is more intimately asso- ciated with this line in the opera The Hed Lantern, now enjoying u new boom wi thfi Chinese stage. The opera is described as "the first victo- rious achievement of the revo- lution in 1'eking Opera initia- lise by C om r a d e Chiang Cluig among the revolulioii- ary art It was her answer in 19fi5 to t he opera st ars u ho had snubbed Mao. It is the symbol of her triumph over them. Mao's ideas about Chinese literature, music and art were spoiled out in Yenan 28 years ago. Chinese propagandists Inve launched a campaign to celebrate the anniversary, a convenient means of linking Mao anlay a bad to start almost all over again in their study of law. Miss Hope chosen lives saved, and that It the greatest challenge in mod- j was through education pro- em medicine. She rated it sec- grams provided by the Cancer ond as a killer of Canadians, Society that information about mth approximately lives lost each year. Research is the lifeline, she Three earnest young student i Jeanette discussed cancer as, more nurses stood before an audience of relatives and friends and ex- pressed their hopes for a can- cer eurc yesterday, in the Gait School of Nursing. Jeanette McLean of the Gait School of Nursing, Beverly Bell from St. Michael's School of the disease was spread. The new Miss Hope Is the symbol of hope for cancer for said, with the three most impsr- j the coming year, and her duties Lant'factors being faith, hope will include travelling to var- and charity. She said that faith schools to discuss cancer clnatrists say. and nc snouia j Nursjng] anf( Mrs. Marilyn Ncl- in Goj ourselves and in j education and to interest youth have a chance to absorb the ex-, a at thc Lcthbridge on the dis-' in the Cancer Society's pro- penence emotionally and to j Commlmity College school of: caqc wcre nU cssential and that j gram, grieve. He must be helped with nursjng ,Jle of sh- h a the Lcthbridge Cancer Society s clire would soon te found for j the Albcrta Misbs Hope Jliss Hope Charity was not j Contest, which will be held and should not be expected to show his grief in tho same way an adult does. Young as a child may be, they add, he must at- Don't forget the New To You tempt to grasp the irreversibil- shop has a new location at 415 2nd Ave. S. All volunteer work is greatly appreciated and don- ations of clothing and saleable rticles cepted. ity of death and to cope also with the painful process of cut- ting loose his emotional ties to the person involved. By recog- lie gratefully ac-1 nizing these problems and act- For more informatim To NOTICE TO LEG WATCHERS New de lights are in store. The Dandy, left, is one of the new Come-Ons series of patterned paniy hose that adds pizazz lo hot pants. An- other potent scene stealer, right, is Crown Diamond. The delicate diamond pattern is in- terspersed with tiny crowns, and assures prime attention for elegant legs. SYMPHONY WOMEN'S LEAGUE RAFFLE WINNER Christmos Table Centre MRS. A. COUTTS, 1017 16th St. N. ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 Women serve SARNIA, Out. 'CD The Church of .Jesus Christ of 1-at- i ter-day Saints (Mormon) has ___ renewed its missionary efforts _- in Samia hy assigning two new women missionaries from the i i U.S. to the area. This is the first! concerning the new Xew You shop phcro 328-5fio6. Blue Triangles Girls 8 to 12 years at the following schools: Westminster Tues- day. to p.m.; Asnes Davidson Tuesday, to p.m.; Wednesday, to p.m.; St. Wednesday, to p.m.: Lakevicw Thurs- day, to p.m.; Senator Buchanan Thursday, to p.m.; Galbraith Thurs- day, to p.m. Wednes- day at Westminster Girls 13 to 14 years from 7 to 8 p.m. Junior Gymnastics Allan Watson Tuesday 7 to 8 p.m.; Wilson Junior High Thurs- day. to p.m.; Agnes Davidson Saturday morning, 10 to 11 a.m. Keep Fit and Swim at the Civic Centre for the Ladies: Monday, Keep Fit 7 to 8 p.m. and ft to i) p.m.; Swim 8 to 9 p.m. and 9 to 10 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Keep Fit to a.m.; Swim to a.m. j Keep Fit and Volleyhall at the following schools: Gilbert Paterson Monday, to' to p.m.; Hamilton Jr. I High Tuesday, to i p.m.; Galbraith Thursday, j 1 to p.m. Bridge at. the YWCA rosi- j dence on Wednesdays from to p.m. j Tiny Creative i at. the Civic Centre, Thursdays, I to p.m. Synchronized Swimming ing on them, you and your hus- band can help your young son at this time, and perhaps in the process help yourselves. Dear Margaret Brookfield: My wife, who is 54 years old, has worked at a nearby super- market since 1943. She's now going through the menopause, has hot flashes and often feels uncomfortable. I would like to help her, but don't quite know how. Since we don't have to de- pend on her earnings, do you think she should quit her job until her menopause is over? P.S., Madison, Wise. Dear P.S.: The menopause is a transi- tional period in a woman's life which affects some more se- verely than others. Those need- ing help can best get it from their physicians. If estrogen therapy, for example, might re- store their equilibrium during the difficulties, their doctors can prescribe it for them. Each of the girls has studied i donations which kept jn mcer nursing as part of her res'carci, but also thc vol- Ueprcsc time in nearly 11 years that (he" Fritz Sick Pool, Tuesday .women missionaries have j to p.m.; served in Snrnia. Sister La-, to p.m. Dwana Hialt and Sister Marilyn Yoga at the P.mvman Art Brighton will visit the homes of i Centre Tuesday, Hecinner 1: i people here lo explain some of i to a.m.; 'Sunday: the principles and beliefs of: to p.m. faith. Knplish a! the Northfidn 35... COR. 5th AVE. ond ST. S. IN THE CLUBROOMS TUESDAY, NOV. 23rd 8 p.m. First 12 Games First Card Others 25c each 1st No. jackpot (increases weekly} 2nd No. Jackpot (increases weekly) ....._ MORE EYKS For complete accentuation of the eyes, Iry the new eye make- Lihraiy. Wednesday, p.m.: Bowman Art Tuesday, 8 to 10 p.m. 2 to 4 ii'hcn bntli nf yrttt get sick mi ihe honeymoon. Babysilling Is available at all _____ training program, and each had previously had an in-depth inter- view with the contest's judges. In the final judging, major emphasis was placed on a talk covering cancer nursing, the cancer patient, and the cancer society. Other factors included personality and appearance. Chief judge for the contest was the society's campaign I chairman, Cecil Gordon, assist-1 ed by Mrs. Clare Mahe. -Mrs. i Lois McKillop. Mrs. Marjorie Derbyshire and Wayne Barry, Wilf Bow-ns and Jack Downs. Lcthbridge in January. -scntativcs from up to 15 untcer workers who were taking schools of nursing throughout time to care. Finally she stressed the fact that early diagnosis meant I the title the province will be sending their representatives to vie for Donate a film UNICEF films are needed in Lethbridge, said a spokesman for UNICEF. UNICEF films are usually 15 to 60 minutes long, and they show how UNICEF is helping in many developing countries. Any business or service club wnhich would like to donate a UNICEF film for the public li- brary may get further informa- tion by telephoning 328-4296. Shirley Anderson of UNICEF in Lethbridge said the films are educational besides the pro- motional quality in them for UNICEF. LA. TO F.O.E. BINGO Monday, Nov. 22nH JACKPOT NOS. "20 AlARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay DoublB Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed up sel.s which include highlights, mascara and liner all in one neat little case. Extra S Games Cards 25e ea. or 5 Blackout in 53 Numbers I All regular games pay double if won in 7 nos. or less MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. far THAT Awful ITCH Sufferers of vaRlnnl Itnh, Itch, umlrr.irni Mrli. rash. ocirmn rppnrt, n prnvni fnrmulnllon cnllM JlrhliiK ftnl. 'I'liln imlfuio nirdlr.iliun Irrll.tUnt; ii.iiHfrla, icllovf'S jind tniuiliirt II nontly sur-thrs trndrr. lnfl.nnr.1 In scrnr-rts nntural JiMlInc stnris ns HionnacInK relief, uctUlCOZENt: at your druKElst, SOUTHMINSTER U.C.W. FOOD FESTIVAL BAZAAR AND TEA WED., NOV. 24th 2 to p.m. Southminster Church Hall BINGO RAINBOW HALL HOI sth Av0. N. TUESDAY, NOVEMBEPx 23rd ot 8 p.m. 1st Jackpot in 53 Nos., 2nd Jackpot In 55 Noi. Free and Games, 25c per Card. 5 Cards SI.00 3 Free Games Door Prize No Children Under 16 Yean Sponsored By A.U.U.C. Association you'd wear a Rolex Red Aoair. wno !ho a'nrm for oi! well fires all over the world, wears a Rolex. It should bo no surprise. Men of action everywhere ore invariably drawn to tho watch thai lakes tho roufih right in stride. The Red Adair wears is the Rolex Day-Date, If, tough i Oyster is carved from a solid block of 18 kl. gold. Inside is a self-winding. 30-jewel chronometer movement that can withstand ex- tremes of hen! and cold. I! takes more than a year to make