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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THC UTHMHOCI HBUID 13 The Skin Game Last In A Series It's Not What's Inside The Jar That Counts Lutheran Women's Meeting Told Of Work In.Slums By sum Ctayrtgts. MM. WtaMB't News NEW YORK yw tattac ytar staary's worth If you consider the basic sagrtdkasts, probably act. Few i know, iar iastaaot, that caatnetara asttaBy prepare apsbck, ptwdtn aid after lagftAfatt far many a natter of fact, chictea Cat would be just m Linctidu two basic Ingredients, late (Of tod dye; lipsticks note from oents to several dauan k price. Furthermore lipstick arc changed abMat aanthly at the remain the same. TV lipstick ingredients cost far 'leas thai the ttpadck container which ii actually t "preciskB Ai a general rule, all containers net nan than easmetic at a easaHtict first tatd me that eaU erotic, iar avtanee, casts a penny and a haK, and the jar eatts about tevea aad a half cents. "My etcopaay teut tbe ereast far tl aadar.aoe name, aad ts uoder another. B it tae aasat ha said. Sometimes, wben a product dots aot ad well, retailer, wffl saark ap UM pries of s cosmetic and then put it on "Sate.'" _, To Boeaie sales, caaaMtka xtaaataetaers took for gim- nkkx. In the recent past, rayal jeBy, supposedly the sub- ataace that makes queen beet ojueea beet, received a greal deal of promotion. Placenta! extract, shark ofl, turtle oil, and many other exotic ulf have been used to lure women on. John Jones, acting deputy director of the FDA Colors and Cosmetics Laboratory in WasfaiaftoB, D.C. said, "There a) na reason to believe shark or turtle oil wffl do any snare far a woman man they tar a afeark or turtle. As PANTRY ITEMS Dr. Seymour Handing, an East Orange, NJ. dermatologist, cays that if a lubricant is needed, cookiag fats and' oft oa your iitaiij shelf will be just at effective at Ike taost expen- sive cream advertised. Cosmetics advertising has adverse effects other than just economic fraud. Dr. Irving Markowitz, director af the Child Gudaace Cnnic of the Oranges, Maptewood and lliOnm, NJ., said the commercials oa TV rcay be far more harm- ful to the efaUdren 'than the violence they see in tbe programs. He said promising youngsters that they wfll find love and 'romance if they use the right dentifrice or deodorant is giving them the wrong Human reUUonsbipi are not .based on the brand of used. In from a slick tffimsjf magazine, a boy riding behind a girl on a bicycle has a sour expression and a' big circle by his mouth says, The advertisement says: "She's abac to lot. her back teat driver. With (product's name) she might have kept Has dandruff ever really broken up a rooirtce? We apead on hair creams and on. deodorants .each year. One comedian said recently: "We have rebellions on the campuses, riots in 'the ghettos, WARS IN Vietnam and the Middle East, but we're safe under our arms." PSYCHIATMST Dr. Leo Statin, professor of psychiatry at New Jersey College of Medicine, said that hippies have refused to use cotroftict as part of their rejection of society's emphasis OQ "superficial things." Many hsapiei have also rejected, it should be pointed out, plain old soap and water.- Dr. Sbatin says wo ahouWnt be surprised that men are Increasing their use of cosmetics, because '-'in the animal kingdom, the male has the pkimatfe." He says the reason jodetr frowns on the highly manicured and cider woman is that we feel mature women should put more emphasis on other people and leas on them- selves. There b a great factor to cosmetics, however, according to Dr. Shatin. This hi their "placebo effect.1' Whether or, not the particular cosmetics 'used are making the woman's skin baby-smooth or her breath kissmg-sweet or her hair velvet-soft, the woman at least thinks these things are happening, and-this gives her greater confidence in her desirability. 'Don't condemn shmHrweU- ers, they need help and are starving for the love of said Erna Rasmusan, featured speaker during the Utt an- nual convention-.of the Evan- Lutheran Church Women held in Lethbridge Saturday. Mrs. Rasmussen spoke on work being dona among the poverty stricken and alcoholic residents of the slum district Edmonton. In the beginning only a single room.was rented k the worst xiikhng in Edmonton. Then she went door-knocking to collect children for bible classes. Most of the children were native of Metis. While visitations spread to the grew larger, Mrs. Rasmussen saw more and more of the "ter- rible" consequences of liquor in a household. She saM the children suffer most because they live among drinking and know else. One little girl m Edmonton told Mrs. Rasmussen that her mother was going lo buy her a new dress from the liquor stare. Mrs. Rasmussen eipresttd it admiratko fof native peo- ple. "You never see a chatter- Iniian. They know how to [eep their mouths shut and lis- ten." LA. TO F.O.I. BINGO April 20th JACKPOT -S3 NOS. "JO ALARM Card fcigvlor Confi ISt S for NOCHOS TO CANCEt FUND An. 'A' N It St. BasVs CWL New President y R. Bad's CWL held its an- na dinMr meeting to St BB- BTs dnreh bU with ekelion of Elected at president was Mrs, C. Bogdan. Other officers are: first .vice president, Ifn.: L> Troman Jr., second vice pres- ident, Mrs. V. Wikenhietef, uDv -T1C6 ptTOslfSat, -JoTS. S. Mkto, secretary Mrs. J. Btn- aett; treasurer, Ifn. J. Cred- an; P. Alex- ander, Mrs. B. Van Den Heogel, Mrs. W. Feher, Mrs. G. SWXB- ton, Mrs. Mrs. P. .Rusoak ST., Mrs. T. Van Ryn, Mrs. C. Jor gens on, Mrs. J. TenoVr, Mrs. W. A. Parsons, Mrs. E. Kelson. Father Marten presented re- tiring president Mrs. S. Oisbaski with a past president's pin. tJiocal The Water-Long Section of St Aognstine'j ACW wffl meet in the home of Mrs. R. Tamer, 19U Mayor Magrath Dr., Tuesday at p.m. for a pot- Women of the Moose, Letb- bridge Chapter No. MB, win hold their regular business meeting on Tuesday, at p.m., hi the Moose Home, The Green Cap Graduate Regent win a program. The BUBee wffl meet at 7 p.m., prior regular meeting. Porvnts'Task .QUEBEC (CP) .-Rabbi Ben Prager says there has been too nroch pobaoty about non de- UJuMualiuual schoolr. for-' mation of a JmHhy minded yoEBg coud bcnn in tbe hoDM the tastiBng of strong rat ant bsga as soon at pos- iMa and no auMsit of formal comet in schools will change that a any way. K b the par- prime responsibility to form the eUkTi tint fanpnt- sieas of waat twisty expects of FIMTKECOKD MONTREAL (CP) Anthony Green and Barry Stagg, both graooates of_a Montreal teach- en' coDeije, recorded their first song, To Means to Free, in January, IfTO. FOOT weeks later K had already soM' worth of near-record for onknowo Cana- diasi talent. TV artisb, both their early M, have signed with Artists for dirtrtaUM si The improvement you've been hoping for is here. nanKins. Very soon, maybe even this week, you'll need a new supply of sanitary napkins. And because you have a woman's concern for your femininity, you'll probably want to try the new non-scented MODESS deodorant napkins. Here are the answers to nine questions you may wonder about. They've been supplied by Anne Gilbert, Director of Education at Johnson Yon can cope with the proHem, though, by being fastidious about your program of personal cleanlmeai and by using the new deodorant nepkmi. Q Earth wmat k a Bastii? A A daodonnt napkin is exactly rV what it soonds tike: a aanHarr Mpksn to which a deodorant has been addad border to ntard UM probtam ofmanatroalodor. Q. u tapkina Where it fbe A lit deodorant H applied over the entire surface of the nap whik they're bemf manofacbi Qb a fragnace OM wBBBBTMSt7 A Nona whatsoeTer. A rV dOTdonat napkin can ntvotclaafa with the peifuuie you happeu to be wearing. More important, there's no trace of scent to reveal tbe fact that you're wearing a napkin. Q. WMIMaf ilk? Alt it gentle and tale. Its deodor- tnng mcrtdicnt it nexachloto- pbene, wen-known and medically-ap- proved as a very effective bacteriostattc agent. In Don-medical terms, that simply means hexaciloropbene nhibitt UK growth of bacteria. Tfcat'i what 0. A Yes. Menstrual odor is caused by the growth of bacteria. It's a natural that no one can stop. QBtt swiety not all baTeodatarebieaM? A In Tarying degrees, yes, all wtv t men do. If you haven't expe- rienced the problem yet, unfortunately that's no guarantee it will never hap- pen. The point is, why should you worry? Now that deodorant napkins are available, yon can fee! fresh and confident every day of UM month. Q. Wkatabowiirritatiom? A A team of Johnson It Johnson chemists worked for test- ing different deodorant formulae. The one finally approved it not only effective, but also extraordinarily fentM arid comptetety Don-irrrUtinf. We wouldn't teltie for less. A If you've been baying napkins in boxee of 48'a, you know the box usually lies open for several months. Well, you can continue to buy boxes of 48's. The last MODESS deodoran' napkin you use will protect you just as effectively as tbe first one did. ngiital sprayi and napkin powders? Q. A By all means, continue to use them. Your MODKSS deodorant napkin won't interfere at all. Rather, it will let you feel extra secure. Ana during your period, that extra feeling of confidence is especially nice to have Pkk tie MODESS deodorant aaakai that's right for JOB, MODESS Regain Napkin f Rectangular in shape, bat gently molded at Q. wffl dwdaraat ttav effective? both ends. A moisture-proof polyethy- f---------1 lene shield is bonded to tbe I___J outside, extends across the bottom and 'part way up the sides. Try this dorant napkin if your flow is regular but yon spotting problems. 2. MODESS CAWTKEE Niplins They're tapered: wider in front, narrower in back. Designed to fit a youthful, slender figure best and absorb a regular flow. A moisture-proof polyethylene shield and full-, width through the centre of each CAIEFKE deodorant napkin. t, MODESS sofT-FORM Naakhn These are deep-tapered V____________napkins with a mois- ture-proof shield inside. They havt extra depth for super abeorbency. For you if your flow it exceptionally heavy and a Upend shape'fits yon best. Anne Gilbert it Director of Education at Jofatton t Johnion. her job to know all about sanitary napkini and to paft Ihi't knowledge on to you. If you nxr have quotient about MODESS de- odorant napkuu or feminine hygiene, write to her. mm. CAKOTH (Off-FflW n mmm ;