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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -THwsaay, April It, THf inWUOOI HDtAlD 17 The Skin Game Part Three Cosmetic Allergies Of Increasing Concern screw to bright red; hang lit- tit coiand bosas an K bold WINTEK MM. Weseea't Setrlee NEW YOBK-A hinfriim, advertising man was t weU-eontnUed asthmatie. His wiie mat away an i trip. the husband at aa attraetba neighbor want the advertising man decided to pay the lady a visit A total 'aUergMt received a frantic caB tram Wy. Tie adrerUsag man wac suHermj a' asthmatic attack. The roshed aver to the wssaaa's aonaa and found his patient thi bed, itrnaird m aborts, mt in aoate liatirai Ot para- noor, hi a fniasy WM by wringing her hands. After Badicatiai and caatroumf the Mlhaatir attack; the doctor, who rawed ais aaeracy, found oat what had happened. The woman had pot ai extremely expensive per- fame-beefed bar The advertising man allergic to feaeent, s Of onm, maay readers win tka advertis- ing man got what ha deserved. Cosmetics eompamai wffl uy they cant worry about the aDergic at It penoaa in the Umbd Stain, one out in He, will CaUriaaf (Jf oi-ocaf Tho Pensioners ,and Senior Otiaens Ladies Auxiliary, affil- iated: with the Provincial and National Pensioners aid-Senior Organization wffl meet Friday at Z jun. ID the Civic Sporti Centre. Tea hostesses wiD be Mrs. J. Anderson and Mrs. R. Bemhardt Hugo win Mtov me boras meeting and afl .W4UJUI are Tbt ladies' auxiliary to fra- ternal Order of Eaglet No. wil .bold a regular monthly officers' meeting, Tteaday at t p.m. fa the home of Ame Gotta. Ave. N. The Lethbridge Old Dance Club will be sponsoring a dance at pjn. m the As- sumption Sehtnl (Mm St. aod MhAve. S.) on Saturday. to the Ansffiary Hospital wifl hold the regular montiay meeting Monday at 1 p.m. to lie hospital lounge. EvaageScal Lutheran Church CtMfffCUXf COD- vcntion With a Difference tail be held m Letbbridge, Saturday _ at ajn. it dby the Lutheran F the Good Shepherd, Letbbridge and an women from Soothern Alberta are requested to attend. Hn. Era Rasmunen, wul be the feaiuied about work done ia the en of Edmonton. The afternoon wiU feature vaiious hoHifB and A public meeting wffl be held Monday at I pjn. in the Bow- mao Art Otatre tor tionof MeolsonWheds. Feminists Raid Publishers In Pornography Protest NEW YORK (ReJera) Radical feminists of the Liberation Front moved into the executive offices of Grore st- faig iU. "which degrades and hnmiliates A fpOkCSOMD Slid. It WM the iootb media or- BINGO Scandinavian Hal Hi -C- H. 'Stnrt> (.-00 CUM. Dim 5 Cards for M end I Mi C...... 7 MnaaaaaaBtatW WORTH ST35 Hi Net. ganfaation New York n a Tnonrb by wotueii demand- mg equal rights with men. The [emiaisti surged through the offices, bung a women's libera- tioo flag from the window of owner-pobcsber Barney Roaset aod vowed, to stay until he Rosset, who is hi Denmark, as not expected back until 'next week. The women de- manded Grove Press tj stop pubtisbing -books which "degrade women by become allergie to tomdhjnc he swallowi, soaks m, applies or One of the moat common causes of allergy Is perfume but. by no msans me only one. Dr. Stephan Locke, a LaneaaUr, allergist, said that "Cress tmsitiviry is one of the knottiest prahlems in aflergy." "For instanoe, women who are aQerpe to paraphenylene- dumioe in hair dyes win also be allergic the dyes hi hair tints. People alkrgic to zinc deodorants will also be allergie to adhesive, tape." tltUY EYES Dr. Alex Fisher, a New York dermatologist and aiihor at "Contact DcrmatmV (Lea and said women aller- gie la eaykn diamine drops, aotd the counter, develop axby eyes. "But later, when these women hero asthma heart boubk, they can't take certain drags such as uninopbrlHw, tbeophylbne or they're been sensitized lo the by me eye drops." Dr. James L. Goddard, former FDA iniiinlaai'inir, said in Utt: "It is krportant to realne that not enly a single chemical by and of itself can cause a particular medical prob-' lem. To a very large degree, the cosmetic industry finds itself in the position of the industry where a single chemical may not do any harm, but in conkmetion with another chemical entity, can set op adverse reactions." Becnuse of the mcreasing probkm with allergy and eros- more aqd more cosmetia companies are ad- vertising fair products as "hypo-tllergecic." The Federal Food and Drug and Cosmetic Act, when passed in IMt, sUM an cosraetici should be made of pure ingredients and thist toe tarm "noMHerfemc" may not be used became any chemcal can cause a reaction H someone is sensitive to it The term was permitted, meaning the chances of eansing an allergic reaction were tnght BLINDNESS One ingredaeot mat is in hair dyes and Is known ta cane mild reactions in many women, and severe leacUuas m six per cent, is me parapbenylenediamniE dye hi brown and Mack hair coloring. Denmark, which fa more liberal about many things, wffl rat permit the dye {o be nsed. IB the TMted States, htir-caloring products are requfced to carry a warning that a preliminary test should be made to determine If an aBergy exists and that the product should not be used around the eyes because blindness may resott. K is t rare woman who foOow. the todrucbons (a "patch test" the hsir eoiariBg U hours before we at some, and it is s rarer woman still vho will visit the beauty parlor 2t hours ia advance of a hair-dying to have the "patch test" done. Dr. Martin assistant pralteser of derntology at New Jersey said that women who an allergic to paraptanyknediamine also aQergk to dark for coals becaun animal skiM an witk tbo Tlctimlied by the sadistic tha spokesman said. The "women also demanded that ptolils from "dirty book and OHhy Om' Hnes' donated' to permanent bafl fond for prostitutes, who the apokenman said are "political prisoners ta a male-dominated society wlaVli only as sex objects. JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE Wi HAVf THE IATBT STYUS AND MATBOAU FOI NURSES WAITRESSES HARQRESSEKS, etc WHITE COLORED UNIFORMS SMOCKS Prices From 4.75 up to 18.85 JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 405 5th Street S. (Upstairs) 32S-M11 CONOLANE COIFFURES PERM SPECIALS Spatial J.JO. 11 ns FROSTMGS 10 OUt IAHT tnCMl SHAMPOO AMD HI 0.25 Conolane Coiffures Phone 32M141 ArTOTNTMMn NOT MWATS NKfSSART MEN Dr. Worbel said since more men are dyeing their hah- and osmg cosmetics, mare men are being sees, by aOergisti. He laid both men and women are now sutlering tram Berioone, a type of Bypsr-pigmtatatioi (dark apsis on the akin) due to the use of perfume. When susceptible peepls use perfume OB their skins and then go out in the sunlight, a per- manent discoknttai appears. One of the most common cosmetic allergies la a rash around the eyes dne to nail poosh. Allergic women rob their eyes with fceir hands causing this aumreak. A newer allergy is one related to the hot shaving cream. Dr. Fisher said he is prepaing sn article for a medical pub- lication OB the subject and another doctor now hns one about ta he published in a skin specialists' journal I checked with John Jones, acting deputy director of (he FDA Colors aod Cosmetics Laboratory in Washington. He said hydrogen peroxide when H mixes with an organic compound 'creates heat In the hot shave aerosol the two chemicab are separated and mix when the can is held upside down and the valve is pressed. "When the valve is not working properly or the can is not turned upside down, the don't mix properly and trouble Jones said. SOUND SCREEN yourself ta a sound Pick a free-standing record-cleaning materials, bat- teries, nen' needles and so on; and put up shrivei to tup- part to the heavier equipment THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I didn't but he's using my rttaon for his opening at rhn next board rMeting." SPRING TEA DELICATESSEN AND BAKE SALE SATURDAY, APRIL 18th 2-5 p.m. St. Peter and St. Paul's Parish Hall UlhSt. S. and7th N. Spomorad by U to ST. AND ST. PAUL'S CHUKCH Flower arrangement by Betty Dealc tA FRACHE-S FLOWER SHOP at p.m. ADMISSION ooot nua JVHTONI WHCOMI ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your column on gifts for de- parting employes hit me where I five. A few months ago I became completely disenchanted with my job.-Personnel changes created three armed camps ia our company, (la an fairness I must' adust I was not. blameless, in the office unpleasantness.) became apparent I could no longer work effectively in such a hostile eavuunueut. I resigned. Even though I was net on speaking terms with several cnueagues, the office dc-gooder took it upon herself ta solidt money from EVERYONE for a going-away gift. The farewell party was in me went poosbie taste and the costly gift an embarrassment I tried to handle tip situation with grace but it was a nightmare. Hoist people who leave Jobs would prefer to go quietly. The gift I received was Weeded to make me fed better. It only made me feel worse, it serves as a reminder that my feDow workers, were glad to get rid of mo. Please pass the Ano-ao farewell parties, please, unless the 'person is retiring or 'moving, with a heavy heart, to another cjty, for a beautiful promotion.-F. N. DEAR F. N.: Here's your letter. Consider the word LANDERS: Here's the situation. I think I am pregnant 1 am not-married. The father of my unborn child is' a mot guy but nobody I. would care ta marry. He probably wouldn't marry me anyway, 'so it's Just as wen that I'm not ape over hoc. there any way I can arrange to give the baby away if it is. a girl'and keep it H K's a boy? Or. must a'girl make op her mind to advance and stick to ttt Caa I name the baby Jr. and the father's last name? My last name is terrible and Td hate to hang it oa a kid. Please give me some advice. Eyes DEAR EYES: The person in charge of the Home For Unwed Homers win answer year first qaeatsoa. As far your second question please don't give your child the name of a man to whom you are not married. It-would be men, and from the way your letter reads, you're foiag to have plenty of probkra without ttds one. Green Thumb AND GUARANTEED TO GROW Queen's Brand 2-year field grown roses, pruned and ready to plant. Many to choose from: Red, Pink, Yellow, Two-ton- ed or White Hybrid Teas. Red, Pink, or Yel- low Floribundas, Red, Pink, Yellow or White climbers. Red or Pink Rugosas. Orders Taken For Clematis VINES In purple, White, or blue ONLY ALSO AVAILABLE AT WCXXWORTH'S Mo. 12 PtoiwifM dwfry tiutli flnfc ItMrT WHlVW Ootdan lUar PWW Rwaatm Olrn PetantifU lyt I-----'jj Honsa Rasa ORDfRS OVER DiUVERED PROMPTLY ;