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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, 10, 1970- jf- am Mahalia Jackson Anxious For Today's Young People TORONTO (CP) Mahalia I tire and spend more time help- Jackson, the famous singer of j ing the young. Negro spirituals, says life "I'm. tired of the glittering tougher for young people now j she said. "I want to than it was when she was grow-: help." ing up. I Miss Jackson said she orig "I feel so sorry for the young i nally wanted to be a nurse be- people she said in a re- j fore she left New Orleans cent interview while in town to gamed fame as a singer, tape a television show. j j jfs time to nurs Sue said the w o r 1 d has: my young people back. The; changed a great deal since she j Ileed my understanding, my lull was young. abies, my songs, my actions. "We can't even walk the "I feel for them so. I never had a child but I think of then as my children streets at the singer said about Chicago, where she now lives. "We can't even go to church at night. "And it's getting so you can't even pass an opinion. That is not the way to solve anything. "We are living in times we never saw before. We need songs to lift us. We no longer j know what tomorrow holds for us. It's terrible the killing of people, the killing of policemen. I don't know why there is such hatred." SENSES SADNESS Miss Jackson seems to sense own Out-of-town guests for the Palmarchuk Daniels wedding were Miss Florence Veldman, Everson, Wash.; Joe Palmar- chuk, Mr. and Mrs. V. Saly and Mr. and Mrs. M. Palmarchuk of Edmonton; Terry Toth and Ed Cole of Calgary and Mr. and a sadness and lack of direction i Douglas of Gleichen, in young people these days. "At concerts they come to me afterward with the tears in their eyes. I say to them, 'Baby, what's the' and they just can't tell me." So great is her concern that Miss Jackson would like to re- Tibor Csonka of 1418 1A Street N.W., Calgary, will re- ceive the gold medal for high- est markl in the recent Canad- ian Accordion Teacher's Associ- ation examinations held in Cal- gary in June. Tibor received the mark of 92 For Grade 11. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Csonka and a pupil of Alice Buckna at the Calgary Accordion School. Photo by Vic La Vica. Alta. Mrs. Terry Palmarchuk nee Willie Daniels was entertained at prenuptial showers. Mrs H. Daniels held a miscellaneous shower in her home assisted by Mrs. Dirk Daniels. Also ehtei- taining were hostesses: Mes- dames William Primachuk M. Makarenko, A. Palmarchuk Jr., E. Armour, E. Makarenko, D. Palmarchuk, D. Obermeyer and V. Clements. Mrs. Agnes Wendelboe ol Lethbridge was recently visited by her neice and family, Mr. and Mrs. Yaur Sears and Wayne of California. They ateo visited friends and relatives in Vancouver, Victoria, St. Albert, Edmonton, Kibstone, Clar, holm, Barons and Barnwell. WHAT'S IN A NAME BRISTOL, England (CP) A psychologist at Bristol Univer- sity in Gloucestershire warned parents not to call their daugh- ters of people's dislike for the name. Dr. Jo- seph Mallory, investigating the link between names and per- sonalities, found that Dorises are labelled "gossipy, fat, and dim." He suggests that people ;end to grow into the personal- ities associated with their names. CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, Sept. 10th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH 22 1st 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 16 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 20 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-LUCKY DRAW JACKPOT-57 Nos. or Blackout Jackpot ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZES Personi under 16 years not allowed Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church FORTY-SIX YEARS APART Miss America of 1924 the former Ruth Malcomson, now Mrs. Carl A. Schaubel-and Miss America of 1970-Pamela Anne Eldred-look over a Miss America pageant program in Atlantic City, N.J., Monday night as the pageant started its 50th year. Mrs. Schaubsl won the title 46 years ago as Miss Philadelphia while Miss Eldred won as Miss Michigan. Mrs. Schaubel was the oldest of a group of former Miss Americas who returned today. ___________ South African Male Control Over Women's Liberation Strikes BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 JOHANNESBURG (AP) The first sounds of a women's liberation movement can be heard at the tip of South Africa. Male dominance is the target of a manifesto issued by mili- tant feminists at the University of the Witwatersrand here. Kathy Saunderson, driving forte behind the movement, says women are oppressed. 'So much so that today the very structure of our language defines women as a sub-species of man. We ar.e the negative woman or female while man is both positive and neutral, both is individual and as universal luman beings." The local all-girl action group plans weekly protest meetings m the campus. Its first specific campaign will bs "against com- pulsory motherhood in an at- :empt to gain basic control over our own bodies." The movement hopes to issue jirth control information and wants to launch a public cam- paign for legal abortions. The manifesto grumbles that men cannot accept that when a female disagrees with them, she might be correct. Planting Time Early September is the best time to plant and transplant both small and large ever- greens. "We are tired of seeing our- selves as objects in the world when men as subjects colonize, ravage, profiteer and pollute ev- erything around them that they see as objects, including wom- en, blacks, the working class and nature." The movement is not anti- male, says Miss Saunderson, but anti-sexist. She says they do not want to become men or even masculine. "We are pro-women and wanl to discover our real selves anc actualize our desires." Their grievances include denial of the right to live their lives "without being anybody's kept-pet or exploitation by a male power structure at work and at home and the gen- BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th SI. "C" N. Fri., Sept. 11 Starts 4ff p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8th and 12th Gamtt in 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 55 Not. Sorry No Undor i 16 Years of Allowed I Jen's Uniform Centre SUMMER END SALE ALL READY-MADE UNIFORMS OFF We have to make room for our new fall and winter collection in the latest FORTREL FORTREL COTTON DACRON ARNEL 404 5th Street South Phone 328-3631 Upttain Lethbridge Association For The Mentally Retarded Proudly Present '71 FASHIONS YATES CENTRE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23rd 8.30 p.m. era! belief that women are not capable of becoming outstand- ing public figures. Miles For Millions Money Working In Barbados JMCA By CHRISTINE PUI1I, Herald Staff Writer The Lethbridge Family Y has recently received as tlte YM world service share of the total raised at the local Miles for Millions Walk held in November. Ken Spence, general secre- tary of the local YM said the money has been directed1 to the Alberta project in Barbados West Indies. The eight YM's in Alberta are working on a two-year inde- pendent World Service project to get the YMCA on its feet financially with a physical pro- gram and Barbados staff, train- ed to continue the program. Don Marks of Toronto who is [he fraternal World Service sec- retary was hired by the Alberta YMs and started working in the Barbados YM in February as acting general secretary. He had just finished serving in Trinidad and was conven- iently available, said Mr. Spence. Mr. Marks was allotted to renovate the YM building, especially the residence and food service area. This has been completed'. The Barbados YM board soli- cited their government to co- Prinee And Pauper? LIMA, Peru (AP) A Lima doctor says many mothers have received the baby in Pe- ruvian maternity hospitals be- cause of improper identification of the new-bom. Dr. Manuel Le- zama told the National Con- gress of Biology that the coun- try's hospitals and clinics should adopt a system of foot- printing babies to avoid such mistakes. CLARINET RENTALS D' PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 operatively assist in setting up an island leadership program which would be staffed and op- erated by the YM under its Canadian guidance. Currently the Barbado? De- partment of Health and Com- munity Services has been work- ing with the YM in establishing the leadership school to start this fall. In order to get the Barbados YM back on its feet, the Cana- dian International Development Agency (C1DA) has been re- quested to match the contribu- tions of the Alberta YMs dollar for dollar. This lias stlU not been finalized. The Barbados YM is also planning a campaign to raise money to pay off back debts it has accummulated. Later this fall a Canadian will be hired to serve as assistnat general secretary to Mr. Marks. His purpose will be to help with programming and recruit lead- ers for on-going programs such as Summer Fun. Ken Spence said that there had been no YM annual meet- ing in Barbados for the past four years and one was planned this year. The youths involved in the program were tentatively laying the ground work for drastic changes in the board and its policy. "It should be interesting to find out what he said. Running its own project has proved satisfactory to tire YM organization in Alberta because now the money is all accounted for and actual results are being seen and reported. "But a private project does take considerable more money than said Mr. Spence. "This is why we need the sup- port of the whole community during the Miles For Millions Walk coming up again this November in Lethbridge. FOOD AND SEX LONDON (CP) Good food and sex go hand in hand, ac- cording to Joyce Brothers, an American psychologist. She re- ferred to a med i c a I survey which showed that female gour- mets enjoy sex tremendously. But British actress Sheila Han- cock thought a. good meal was more likely to hinder sex than help it. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM JACKPOT (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. "LETHBRIDGE'S NEW SHOE BOUTIQUE" IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Phono 328-4214 ;