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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22-THE LETHBHIDOB HERALD NovwiMw A news analysis Revolution tries to liberate women By C. L. SULZBERGER New York Times Service PEKING Before the Maoist the role of Chinese women was markedly inferior to that of man Con- tucius more or less set the pattern when he women and low-class men are hard to keep. If allowed to approach they show no if kept at a they INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITERAGENCKS LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Avt. S. 327-1541 Lu-Hsun. a 20th century Chinese is the complaint of most male supremacists today. It is the affliction of most women Women were traditionally regarded as breeders and se- cond class although there were outstanding exceptions including Tang Dynasty a few imperial wives or concubines who greatly influenced and even that ghastly the tyrannical dowager empress who died in 1908. Those famous Mrs Sun Yat- Sen and Mrs. Chiang each had great impor- tance during their respective husbands' period of power In the outmoded social system prevailing into this with enormous pockets of poverty and women and girls were habitually disadvantaged Daughters of poor peasants For Complete Livestock Sales and Service..... were often sold into slavery or concubinage and girl babies were frequently murdered by exposure. To protect their health and avoid the problems of over population imposed by Chinese male sometimes fortified with aphrodisiacs like powered rhinoceros women sought to limit the numbers of their offspring by peasant medical formulas such as devouring tadpoles. One massive problem of the Maoist Revolution was how to liberate the women in terms of politics how to achieve a sexless as well as a classless society. The process has gone but there is still a con- siderable distance to cover. Women wear the same egalitarian costume as men. Just as class distinction between gaudy clothing of the rich and tattered clothing of call FRENCH Monday p.m. Feeder Hog 250 Top Quality Plus Baby V FRIDAY 10 a.m. FAT and FEEDER CATTLE SALES Friday 1 p.m. Spactal Stock CUt 3 WEDNESDAY a.m. FAT and FEEDER CATTLE 350 Head INCLUDED IN NOV. 30th SALE 33 TOP QUALITY YOUNG HEREFORD STOCK COWS IRED SIMMENTAL SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED AND SOLD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. WE BUY AND SELL FAT AND FEEDER LAMBS DAILY. WE CARRY HARTFORD INSURANCE ON ALL LIVESTOCK. the poor has been essentially so has the basic contrast in costume of men and women. Both wear a kind of baggy pyjama suit or cotton dungarees that tend to dis- guise differences in human architecture. Both men and women do much the same kind of work. You can pass fields during harvest time and see the two sexes participating equally. In some industrial processes there are distinctions. I have seen textile and carpet fac- tories where more women than men tended machines or and also construction projects where men were in the majority because of the prevalence of heavy labor. Wu vice chairman of Shanghai's prin- cipal told me women workers were used for lathe truck driving and crane operating. They were not allowed as crew members of ocean go- ing vessels but did sail on coastal ships. Women have been the prin- cipal beneficiaries of a new and serious drive for family planning. When Allen Dulles headed the American CIA he THEJJETTERJHALF speculated that China was us- ing its enormous population as a deliberate political weapon hoping to export increasing numbers of overseas Chinese in order to establish racial colonies the world around. clearly not the case. The state is in earnest about birth control. Pills and other types of contraceptives are distributed free. Chinese women have told me their sisters universally support this governmental program. Where China still has a considerable way to go is in achieving genuine political equality. None of the five vice chairmen of the Communist party are women. Only one is among the 21 members of the there is one among three alternate Politburo none among six members of its standing only 12.9 per cent of delegates who attended this year's 10th Par- ty Congress were women. It is officially new China equal pay is given for equal as well as special protection for women They receive free pre- and post-natal care and maternity leave with pay. By Barnes Ranch fiivi VIS Exporters ol hop ExMllMt fidlitln for nd loadini toot.____j CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK ED FRENCH 328-2986 DANKUtSSEN 3454358 KEN MILLER. 758-6507 LOU DEJA6ER 345-4489 WHIT HENINGER 328-7354 the Heart of Canada's Ranching Office 327-0101 327-3916 Alberta Stockyardi P.O. BOX S.S. ALBERTA for you Probably a letter from your THE Sunday Crossword the New York Herald Tnbune Edited by Robert B Gillespie Crossword By Sophie Fienman WHAT THE ACROSS 1 People of Siberia and China 7 Comic strip sounds 13 Apprehend 17 Direction 20 Surgical instrument 21 Larynx ailment 22 Choir member 23 Intend 24 Joe Young 25 Dickens' partly auto biographi cal novel 28 Maple 29 Gifts to dignitaries 31 Neutral color 32 Pigment 33 Wrong pref 35 Lipstick color 36 Thanks -1 37 What to do with mummy 39 Sparkles 42 French seasons 43 Hhds 46 Patient wife 1 Nourishing name 2 Skiff 3 Reiterate 4 Story of Scrooge and Tiny Tim 5 After taxes 6 Hades river 7 Blues 8 Tartan 9 Volcanic stream 10 Baba 11 12 Vanzetti's et al 47 Ornamental shell 48 and sevens 50 African gumbo 51 Fourth estate 52 Precedent 54 Resorts 55 Existing for real 57 African monkey 58 Ingrid Bergman and others 60 61 Not a moment too soon 66 Take 68 Elicit 69 German dive bombers 71 Insist 72 Jealous female 74 Kind of blanket 75 Reneges 76 Wool comb form 77 Yankee Doodle adornment 81 Lessen 83 Orally 85 Khayyam 86 Overlooked 88 Black Gael 90 dah song 91 Dorothy's dog 92 Ivanhoe's father 93 Gander's heartthrob 95 Lesser evils 99 Part of H E W 101 Chess piece 102 Planetarium 104 Walked over 105 Be reunited 107 Adriatic wind 108 Be warned 110 Mud hut 114 Go-ahead signals 115 Roman off'Cial 117 Incite 118 Hindu diety 119 Mine vein 120 Word with Or photo 121 More strait- laced 123 Appear 125 Paddles 126 French com 127 Measure of length 128 with 130 Atmosphere 131 Wise with 133 Novice var 136 Tale of Little Nell and her grandfather 139 Came down in buckets 141 Muse of history 142 Behold 143 Underworld goddess 144 stand on 145 EMK 146 Ten comb form 147 Did d.a- skeuast work 148 Member of counter- feiter's group DOWN 13 Javan deerlet 14 Rugged mountain 15 Natives 16 Parrots 17 When you've .you've seen them all 18 Delicatessen items 19 Finish 23 Coiner 26 Leftover morsel Marsh 30 Eagle 34 Something to watch 36 Military command 38 Bundles or boards abbr. 39 Garbo 40 Bath in Egypt' 41 Evasive ones 42 Pip's 43 African people 44 Dickens ac- count of trie. Jarndyce Case 45 Alamos or Angeles 49 The debt 50 Dickens' tale of Marshalsea prison 51 Sword's superior 53 Lamb's dam 56 Gave a villain his due 59 Dickens mystery 60 A collection 62 Sydney Carton is the hero of this one 63 the Terrible 64 What to eat 65 Goddess of Discord 67 Feather's partner 70 Plane prefix 73 in fencing 75 Roll of paper money 77 Bane of wool 78 Baseball's Berg was one 79 Kind of comb or strophe 80 Direction 82 and call 84 Exceedingly 87 100 Metal for cheap jewelry Relating to hours -gold Work unit Young fish For better or More unusual Cornish town- pref 103 From Christmas to Christmas 106 John-abbr. 107 Was a Judas 109 Orderly in 110 Fruit drink 111 Agnes or Cecil 112 Worked too hard 113 Logic term 130 On cruise 116 Fled 131 si. 119 Ogled 132 Ensnare 120 River in 134 Network France 135 Scent 122 Caucasian 136 Autumn month- goat abbr. -124 Wildebeest 137 Small 125 in Pans one- stiff 126 Overact 138 School sub- 129 Nothing 140 In the with manner of uiagramies 17 by U. Cigat 43 And 6 Gleaming 20 Turkish 1 Of sodium 7 Jeer dagger Reluctant 10 Univ Mil Tr 21 Nautical 1 Nickname Babaau Cross From A to 14 Settled spars a Prima Sniffed to the 16 Common street 23 Coarse 5 column 17 Lentil genus blanket for Where Tire Add John Wayne's 18 When the 26 Ratite bird curtain rises 28 Happening 8 Man's IS Shiny Petite PTOGR 9 brother 1 1 Stupefy Picasso Herb ivy. yellow African 'er KLUMSLY ASC PTUINA 30 Islands 35 However archaic 37 Canadian 31 Process of capital making 38 Strut- dial mountains 40 Sounder 32 Ethereal 41 African 34 Bwd's antelope address 42 Aves SOLUTIONS or LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES I RUNN PNKTLYN ON PTUINA OMY YOMEY SE USLCO RUNN rjnaa an annrjrjH mna JBBHIDHBQ DHDunnij OOIHDQD pan nan arjnnna aaaacinnn nnnnonnn rjoati a8i8 aggS loaa onga anno _B0ra nannnrjon annnnnran oaoa UUHQIJ anna nnn aooan nonn nun nnn nunnaon annnn aana UUHUDDH uauunuu PTU1 -By M. Sperry ntannaO- Duauu utius oaaQ uarjuau nnnn nnnn ranannnn nnnnn UUUH oaau aupu aarjaauu uarjuouauauaatiGiiJ aaaotiu ouuuu uuuuu uuuu atHDOH UI1ULJU tJUDUU nnnn nrnnnn nnrann.nnnnnn nnnnnmnnnnnmnnn bnnnnnn nnnn nnn nann nnnnonn nnnnnnnnonnnnian nnnnnn nnnnn nnnnn nnnn nnnnn nnnnn nnnnn nnnnn nnnn nnnnn nnnnn nnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnm nnnnnnn nnnn nnnn nnnn nnnnn nnnnnnn nnon nnnn nnninnn nnnn annn nnnnn nnnnnnn nnnnnmonnnnnniin nnnnnnn nnnnnnn nnnnnnni nnnnnnn nnnnnnn nnnnnnn THUMB RIWBLH IS 1 G OT H G A M B LE AS PIWE 1HHLRYH HU YTOMPL PAT YIHALSH'T UEE AE. -By Jeanne BiwicoU 3. 1973 by Chicago Y News Synd World Inc I. 2 3. RNYXFA OAENRXM ANYX EG EGGFAY ME YX1AF MXF REEL OAFIL. -ByJoynclDnvMsM Last Week's Cryptognrita Bookseller was dumbfounded when he the dumb booh waa bftttMNcr. If the head la Ailed with it la a wiae doaw. Feanls for royal gorged. New arrival This charming fellow is one of 10 black-footed penguins from Belgium destined for Vancouver's Stanley Park Zoo. Calendar of local happenings The Ma thesis Club will hold a general meeting at p.m. Tuesday in the YWCA. Speaker will be Alva C Bair. The McNally Women of Umfarm will hold a soup and salad luncheon at noon Tues- day at the home of Martha Bartlett Roll call for the day will be a quote about bread or soup A short meeting will follow. Friendship Lodge will hold its annual Christmas bazaar and tea from 2 to p.m. Saturday Dec. 1 in St. Augustine's parish hall. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance club will dance at 8 p m Tuesday in the Elks Hall Women are asked to br- ing a box lunch Southmmster square dance Ann Landers learners' group will dance at 8 p m. Monday in Southminster hall Women are asked to br- ing a pie Lethbndge Lodge No. Order of the Royal will meet at 8 p.m Monday in the Elks Hall. District deputy Pat Deimuth will make her of- ficial officers and drill team are reminded long white dresses are m order Good attendance is requested Lunch will follow. The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall. All square dancers are welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. Dear Ann I am my wife is 42 We fight con- stantly The two things we cannot agree on are sex and money. As for I am not getting and as for I don't have any left after tak- ing her out to dinner four nights a week and paying her bills The money problem could be easily solved if her 22-year- old son would pay something for room and board. The bum's take-home pay is 30 per cent more than but his mother says he doesn't have to give us anything because he is child. In the she waits on him hand and foot as if he were eight years old. He brings his goofy girlfriend over here almost every night and they smoke pot until the smell of the stuff is a trip by itself I told my wife several times that I don't like this set-up. She says I can leave any time because her son comes first and he always will. house is I love my wife but life is one big hassle. What should I do. Ann7 Doormat In L.A. Dear L. I can't see that vou are getting anything out of the marriage except the privilege of paying your wife's supporting her freeloadmg son and getting semi-stoned from the pot par- lies Your signature raises a question in my mmd Why would anybody allow himself to be used as a If you really didn't like the set- up you wouldn't just lie you'd gel up and move out. LAST FOR A Wicks cartoon collection. THE BEST OF WICKS has just been published and is available to the readers of this newspaper. 190 cartoons by one of the most widely read political cartoonists in the world. 'I'm not surprised he looks like that with today's prices THE BEST OF WICKS Now a selection of the great mini- cartoonists work has been put together in book form. 190 of the best cartoons are now available to the readers of this paper for just The ideal gift for those who appreciate wit and humor. Draft. How it'too It pot L.S.D. too If yot're M dope or coniiderlHC get Am Laaderi'i aew booklet Dope OH For each booklet ordered tend a dollar bill pint a telf- stamped envelope to Aim P.O. Box Illinois 1173 Field MAIL i I THE BEST OF WICKS I i------------- The Lethbridgc Herald Please send me...... BOX 345 STATION A j copies of Best of Wicks ONT. M5V1J4I Enclosed or money or- Name........ Address Apt. No....... City and Code ;