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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta j-amil y Women must seek economic freedom The need for better part-time job opportunities for women in Letbbridge was one of the topics Sscussed at a recent meeting of ie Women's Centre. Feature speaker was Marilyn co-ordinator of Cue Options for Women and a member of ihe group's provincial steering com- nittee. work is just one ispect of the need for greater economic independence for wo- she said. ''Women must undertake self- iclp programs and convince employers of the advantages of oto snaring and creation of work for The group discussed several sxsmples cf how women oth- sr areas of Alberta and else- where had banded together to ivork toward the creation of opportunities. It was said these groups were .ttilizing available skills and re- sources within their communi- to achieve their purpose. Financing of the Women's Centre was also considered on the several applica- tions have been made for funds to continue but inter- im financing for the next few months is required. Supplies and furniture have been donated by a number of concerned individual and or- but funding for maintenance and further expan- sion of the facility is necessary. The Options for Women Coun- cil plans to develop the centre- into a community resource which will provide programs and support services for women in Lethbridge and surrounding area. Persons wishing further infor- mation may contact Beverlsy Johnson at FREEZE BETTER Sour cherries freeze more successfully than sweet cherries. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire too Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 Fully qualified full time inxtruc- treies and we teach all phases of beauty hair styling and tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average income and opportu- nities are unlimited. Fill Out This Coupon For More Information Alberta Beauty School 1405 5th St. Lethbridfle .NAME............... i CITY Classes Starling Now Low Monthly Tuition family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON HARRY MEUFELD photo Taking a breather on the spot There are times when the work week gets every- ons and the best way to combat a bout cf is to take a little nap. Shown is Corl re- laxing between shoe shines at Holiday Village. -idvertising claims investigated I WASHINGTON The i differences between a number of brand-name household clean- i ing products may bs cie- spite dramatic-sounding boasts i by data re- leased tcday by the Federal Trade Commission in- die ate s. The data was submitted to the FTC by soap and detergent firms to substantiate advertis- ing claims. The commission made no offi- BEGIN YOUR BETTER TO-MORROW Earn Qualify Easily THROUGH SECRETARIAL i cial comment on the data. But i FTC lawyers say they are not i satisfied that ell of the informa- tion received from the manufac- turers is complete. One working on the i project said the FTC has re- i quested additional data from 1 several including i Procter and Gamble. Colgate- i Palmolive and Lever Bros. Twenty-eight companies pro- 1 riciecl data. The documents j from Armour-Dial alone took up three three-inch thick bir.dsrs and included the company's jown testing as well as scientific i papers from medical journals. I Armour-Dial explained its I is the most effective de- odorant soap you can is i not a claim of superiority. It only means it 'has found Dial to be the equal of other deodorant soaps. Proctor and chal- lenged to provide substantiation for three different household showed its advertising is carefully worded. Spic and Span was shown to remove the most Top Job to be the next most effective and Mr. Clean to be third in its tests. Thus Spic and Span is adver- tised as getting the dirt any liq- uid cleaner left behind. Top Job grease better than any other leading Mr. Clean the dirt and leaves floors i But although many cf the claims were apparently backed up by product there were apparent too. A Lever television com- mercial showed a drop of oil dispersing more rapidly in a so- lution of its All detergent than in solutions nf competing deter- gents. Lever reported the test was TRAINING ENROL NOW DAY SCHOOL FALL TERM STARTS SEPTEMBER 4 AND ANY MONDAY THEREAFTER A.C.C.C. DIPLOMA COURSES There's an amazingly wonderful future just waiting for you. Welcome it the way you Are you going to be satisfied with just a Or do you want a really SATISFYING REWARDING Do you want to use all your natural abilities to earn what you Now is the time to make this With the tightening job cofnplete training is a APPROVED FOR STUDENT LOANS I HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 202 f. W.1 WOOIWORTH I ALTA. Address'...................................................... Telephone.................................................... Plebse lend without your free literature on your Day School Courses. HELP US TO The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP JERVJCE OR LEAVE AT 417 lit AVE. S. based on laboratory ex- j periments which used AJ1 at i i double and normal recom- mended use level. The All con- centration in the tests was 23 per compared with 19 per cent for the amount of com- petitive detergents in solutions. To back up its claim that Zest you feel cleaner than Proctor and Gamble re- ported the statement was based solely on interviews in Jackson- persons with a strong brand loyalty to It presented MO lab- oratory tests for the claim. The Palmolive claim that its dishwashing liquid. hands while you do turned out to be based on a company sponsored laboratory test -which concluded that 200 women with scaly and cracked hands who dishes with Palmolive for a month some im- wnnroira Do they all like the same kind of Yes. Food. What happens when you take them all out They consume vast amounts of food. seldom get in- vited to the same house What happens when you take them to a drive-in .They consume even vaster amounts of food. How on earth can you af- ford to feed six We send them out to sell papers at age two. Why Twelve sounds so exhausting and Any discipline None. My family has me very well trained. How about Eotten weather we're isn't Any allowance The children are completely satisified. I hope to have one too. Does it cost much to keep them in Surprising- ly little. The boys don't con- sider socks or cut- offs properly housebroken un- til they've been worn contin- uously for 12 mor.ths. Social Nothing serious. Right now I'm trying to teach Son One to open a door before he goes through and Son Four to take Ms socks off in bed. Why do your children ride their bicycles through your life is full of and this just happens to be one of mine. I really. prefer stepping over a few bicycles in the bathroom to having them all parked in the drive. Now I have room to get in and oiit of the house when- ever I feel like it. T have a couple of strange friends in spite of all the minor cal- amities and cataclysms that bafall insist on believing that just because I have more children than they I am somewhat cf an authority on little darlings in general. For their I have just this once decided to an- swer their most frequently asked questions and tell it like it is. we caa then get off the subject of chil- dren for a while. How do you feel about your boys' long Just great. I'm much too young to have bald-headed sons. Do they exhibit any aggres- sive They fight like cat and dog to get out of dcing the dishes. How is communication with- in your Normal. They say 'what's for I say wash your hands.' gibling Reasonable amount. They frequently com- pete for the last cookie in the jar. How do you get them to clean Co-operation. If I don't mind hauling their fur- niture out into the they don't mind vacuuming their bedroom floors. Do you have problems with their Not since I took a course in self-defense.- How do you entertain your With difficulty. Phy- sical force is sometimes nec- essary to drag them away from the television set long enough to take them out and give them some fun. How do you approach facts of I ksep myself well informed on all the latest trends by confiscating the magazines Son Two hides un- der his mattress. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes PRINCE MATCH ABELLI MISS SHARON BOWMAN Consultant MISS SHARON BOWMAN Consultant AZIZA EYES will be in our store Tuesday and Wednesday August 21 and 22 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. FREE EYE MAKE-UP CONSULTATIONS FREE GIFT with every purchase of Aziza DRAFFIN'S Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. S. DOWNTOWN PHARMACY Phone 327-3364 'iff of local The Southrninster Junior Girls' choir will resume prac- tice Monday at 4 p.m. in the church hall. Registration and uniform rental fees will be col- lected at this .time. Uniform fittings will also take place and girls are asked to bring low- heel black choir shoes. Monday will be the one and only for registrations. There will be a half-hour meeting following re- gistration and mothers are i urged to as it is most I urgent. KNOW YOUR PLANTS La. Mrs. Arthur Laborde insisted that the plants in her flower garden must be lavenders be- cause that's what she from the local feed store. Police Chief Jack Rogers said the 67- year-old woman will not be charged because she didn't know what she was growing. Mrs. Laborde called police after local teen-agers told her the plants were really marijuana. Senior Citizens and Warthert Reduces Its For You August 1973 Enrollment Wackly Fee Thereafter Bring Acceptable Prof Of Age COMING TUESDAY EATON'S BIG DAY Watch for itl Wait for It's the Eaten Sale eve rvane waits far Cheek the kin full nnna in ;