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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 -THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD _ Wiilnoxlny, August M, 1972 the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON 'T SLAVE a liol sink dishes, says the washing full of dirty association. (So who'd want Piniv a mile detergent less Hum normal into tlu> valor and add Ihree or lour tablespoons of washing soda. Stagger (he dishes around Ihe sink and leave 'cm lo soak. Don't use this solution on aluminum, but its good for everything else, even for your burned-on gourmet mistakes. Salmonburgers have gone international. Would you believe Oriental Mexican French English .Italian Hawaiian (Icrman and Coney Is- land9 One basic burger recipe (and why stick at salmon? pins a boat load ot accompaniments are the basics for easy, tasty meals. The booklet to clue- yon in is available from .Jack Ferry and Associates Ltd., lOli Granville St., Vancouver 9, B.C. Libby's arc liftinq the wraps off a new product. F'ois cle'.lardin a kTProvcncalc, otherwise peas in seasoned tomato sauce, will soon be available in the supermarket. A little spicy for my unfortunately bland tongue, but very nice. V V The International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. -105 Concord St., Montreal 111, Quebec, has let down its dignified back hair and put out a booklet that lets you know what to wear when, wherever you arc. 'Hie' Fashion Route, with tips for travellers here, there and on the way. is a heaping helping of self-confidence for anyone worried about the whys and wherefores of dress. The Herald beauty authority tells me 1 can solve my big summertime problem quite easily. Splotchy make-up, she says, responds to a good astringent. It can be used before applying foundation and also dur- ing the day as a quick freshencr-upperer. Rut it should be kept in the fridge. Meanwhile, back at the plug-in, Canadian General Electric thinks apartment dwellers and small families would like to know about (heir compact washer and dryer family. Both units come with casters and can be" plugged into any 15 amp grounded outlet. The washer operates from any faucet and drain, and the dryer needs no venting. A stack rack lets you pop one directly on top of the other, though it won't do the lifting for you. SIMPSONS-SEARS j _, heavy-duty 20-lb. Economy Size Box Sale Reg. 6.98 World worst possible place g m, if run by women, says Mimi Mrs. robe Grad RELAX MOM, THE WORST IS OVER! Seven-year-old Shelly, daughter of Mr. and Horst Mueller of 1141 Scenic Drive, made a last minute check through her word- to make sure everything was in order before starting off for school. Shelley it a 2 student ot Fleetwood-Bawden. --Bill Groenen Plioto Women in Vena- are Latin American CARACAS CAP) It's hap- pening even in Latin America where the men havc a 1 ways worn the uniforms and the women have pressed tlwrn. Within two the Venezue- lan army will have seven senor- ita sergeants. Campbell singers perform In Lite licginning the pioneers i will work in probably meaning they will be n modification of Kccrelaries in uniform. Domingo Salazar Marti- commander ot the Vene- zuela ti women's group, is com- plimentary about their talents; "They women Eire proving lo a hig success. They are serious, responsible ami showing a capacity for and dedication to work, perhaps i more than the males. IWeeWhimsyl Members of the Anne Camp-' bell Tour Singers will be modelling the clothes they bought in Huropc at their back- home concert this week. The girls will sing many of tlie songs they sang cm their tour, including those with which they took first place in tbe youth choir division of the famed IJangollen Eisteddfod in Wales last month. Slides will be shown of the girls' exciting, month-long tour of England, Wales, Germany and the Netherlands, and sou- venirs will also be on display, The concert will be held on Friday at 8 p.m. at the Yates Memorial Centre, pioneers Kstnhlishment of the womon's service is part- of a rcwfianhca- lion of the Sowlh American country's armed forces, which rmrt: the latest military ctjuip- mtnt. The gotil is a vriluntary scnp- icc lor women ot If! to 'i3 years uf age dial could fjrow to if Tho ncv; fern alt: non-corumis- sioncd officers technical KG recants of the tliird rank with a basic salary of alKjut S30Q a month and Ihe same privileges ns men of the same rank, plus special allowances if they have husbands and ctiihh'eii. What will .saying "My wife is a s'jrgcanL" do to the Latin or male prhic? "If a man truly loves, it is not important to him that his wife is n r.okiier a said Maria Peritomo, one of the young who has set out to prove it. By 11A1, IIOYI.i: NEW YORK (AI'> "M women ran the world, it would the worst possible place for other .said Mimi Green, perhaps Hie youngest and certainly one of the most nllractice stock salesmen on Wall Street. Starting as a trainee only lour years afio, Miss CIrccn at 25 is a regis- tered broker with lirukeiifeld, Mitchell and Co., a New York Slock Exchange firm. In a single day she may sell up worth of stocks and bonds in lots ranging from 100 to shares or more. Mrxst of her sales are to largo institutional banks, insurance companies, and mutual funds. The typical buyer she faces is 40 or more years old, realistic, praclical male. Mimi is glad that he is usually of the masculine gen- der. SHOW BIAS "There is no handicap in being a woman in Wall .Street except for the fact thai there arc other women she said. "Everything else is on the plus side. "Hut I don't have much of a desire to deal with other women. They arc instantly competitive. They arc biased against each other. If Ihc woman Is older than you or unbappy in her private life, she resents you on sight. In any case if she is a buyer, she'd rather buy from a man than from another woman. "You can discuss business with n man and he'll accept you as competent, if he feels you arc. But a woman only sees you as another woman and a possible rival." Miss Green, who studied at Briarcliff and Ihe University of Lausanne, is 5 feet fl inches tali, lias dark eyes, shoulder- length wavy brunette hair, and a striking figure that would inake a keeper daydream over his ledgers. But It is her aggressive spirit, her ready wit and ready longuc, as welt as an encyclopedic knowledge of the stocks she sells, that won her Iho respect she has and Die success she is nutking on Wall Street. She landed her first job by talking her way in to see the board chairman of a brokerage firm and convinc- ing him he should give her a trial. "Anybody can be a .success here if lie has ideas that make money for she said. Mimi puts every dollar ot her own income she can save into stocks. Naturally, she picks them herself. Khe trav- els widely in her business, dales "several and says she doesn't want lo marry until M because, "I don't in young mar- riages." For a young career woman she has a of rather unorthodox opinions. One of Ihem is antipathy to the w o m e n 's liberation move- ment. "Its leaders alienate me, and probably mosl she remarked. "Women's lib is a dead issue, and a lot of it is emo- tionally unhealthy, "It is a very ilcstruclive ele- ment in our society. It lias left too many women unhappy and feeling that life has passed them by. They arc led dis- tressed and discontented at holding positions they used to as house- wives ami mothers. "The truth is (hat many women aren't structured for business-world careers. Tlicy haven't tough enough skins. They can't put up with being occasionally cursed at op called a fool to their They don'l really want lo bo" Irea'lcd equal. They'd rather be molly-coddled." A .MAN OF FEW WORDS The Unitarian Service Com- mittee received a contribution from an unknown donor in an inner envelope marked simply USC Headquarters is at Sparks Street, Ottawa KH' THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Whot a relief to come in from that bedlam of confusion to the peace and serenity of our love nest." BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY oi P.M. Jackpot in 55 Numbori 12 Games In 7 Numbin 4lh Blh Ganir..-. 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Mb. 2 Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STOSE HOURS: Open Daily 1 a.m. to p.m.; Tbuodoy and Frlrfoy 1 n.m. to t p.m. Cenlrrj Villorje. Telephono 328-921T DATELINE: CAMPUS CANADA STOPPERS! By Hannrj cis shown in Weekend Magazine polyurfjthanf; srila A FASHION MUST TOR THE FASHION CONSCIOUS GI81I A clever combination of red, qolrf end oreen calf ti.-.tiqwj 0 1 QC nn QC br.-.wn tnlf I .7 J heel XZ.7J o untiqund talf nn QC XZ.7J Fittings AA and B BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th 5. Phono 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. Knit along with the instructor and see the results from the first stitch to the beautifully finished garment. BEGINNERS' CLASSES Wed., 2-4 p.m. or Fri. 7-9 p.m. REGISTRATION 1-ai. Sayelle Knitting Worsted Wool sl-oiriS, Aborted Reg. ,75c OOfS ADVANCED CLASSES Scif. 1 p.m. REGISTRATION All Classes Hold in Simpsons-Sears Training Room CLASSES START SEPTEMBER REGISTER AT SIMPSONS-SEARS YARDGOODS and NOTIONS DEPT. ;