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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LFIHBRIDGE HF.RALD Wednetdoy, July 1J, 1971 Women dependent on wigs NEW YORK (CP) With the appearance of summer, swimming nnd travel, women are more dependent on wigs than during the wintor. And for travellers they are becoming an accepted wardrobe item. On a vacation trip, women often lack time for a hair do or they avoid a strange salon. Wigs have come a long way from the original real hah- ones that looked artificial to the syn- thetic wigs that look real. They've also come s. long way with regard lo travel packing, loo. Not so long ago they had to be total along on a dummy head in their own box, an ex- tra piece of luggage. They also had to be cleaned and set by a hail-dresser. Now synthetic wigs can ac- tually be packed on top of your clothes In a suitcase, shaken out on arrival and when dirty or dusty washed hi the hotel wash basin. Wig makers don't advocate crushing a wig into a suitcase, of course, but most wigs are sturdy enough to take the squeeze. Also they now are so reasonably priced that moat womeu can afford a wig ward- robe or certainly replace a wig often. FOLLOW HAHl STYLES Wigs are designed with the most popular and prevalent hair styles as guides, such as the long Rita Hayworth look. The range always includes Ihe classic chignon. Fashion Tress of New York has introduced a natural side part. In fact, wigs have become so much a wardrobe fact that even a designer like Adolfo, best known for his Cot-Award- winnlng millinery, has turned to designing wigs. Incidentally here are some don'ts from Adolfo: Don't use n hair dryer. Don't brush loo close to the foundation. Don't use a curling iron. Don't brush or comb the wig when wet. Don't USD rinses, bleaches or coloring. Also Adolfo says don't wear a wig or hairpiece while cook- ing or near an open flame al- though most wigs now arc made of 100 per cent non- flammable fibres. A wig or hairpiece Is also great help to the resort vaca- tioner who likes to swim. She can have her own hair cut short and take along a more elabor- ately styled wig or hairpiece lo add to her own, for evening wear. Of course, the more expert Ihe cut, the more natual the look. The shaggy look of a season or so ago was so ragged that it often could have been a home cut. STREET SOUTH WESTERN Men's Name Brand Flares, Casuals, Jeans BOY'S FAMOUS MAKE RANCH DENIM FLARES Permanent Press Blend Washabla Contrail patch pockels, zip fly Bell loop waisl Blues, Sires 7 lo 12 Orig. Mfg. Liir was GIVE-AWAY PRICE MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE WESTERN SHIRTS UP, UP AND AWAY Adding ihe final touch before take-off Is Dor, Cropley. Flying model planes is becoming an increasingly popular sport, and the wide open spaces of Henderson Lake parking lot provide excellent falce-off and landing sites, if you watch out for the trees. Ed Finlay, photo Grace Maclnnis tells women to get involved politically TORONTO (CP) If women want an effective voice, they must join political parties, do their share of the work, and get elected as party members, says Grace Maclnnis, New Demo- cratic member of Parliament [or Vancouver Kingsway. She was the convention speaker Tuesday at the 23rd jiennial meeting of the Cana- dian Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. About 300 women are attending the meeting, which ends Thurs- day, representing mem- bers. Mrs. Maclnnis said women lave been too slow to get in- volved in politics and now, with the interest in women's rights, are trying the wrong way lo enter politics. "One of the facts you've got to accept, whether you b'ke it or not, is that politics today means political parlies. There are women who be- leve Ihcy can go in as inde- pendents, but if you want to be EXPANSION We Must Clear Our Stock So We Can Remodel Our Store 5o We Can Remodel Our Store ttB PRICES NEVER LOWER SHOP NOW! MEN'S SHOES t i m m i IPI WOMEN'S HEEL HUGGER PUMPS Reg 21.00. NOW IOW, LOW PRICE, PAIR TEENERS' SHOES MUST BE CLEARED Reg. lo 17.00. NOW ONIY, PAIR HARTT MACFARLANE SAVAGE RAND Reg. to 39.00. NOW ONLY, PAIR SHOES and SANDALS Reg. lo 20.00 NOW, PER PAIR 3.99 i WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES and SANDALS GOLD CROSS PAVEL LA VALLEE WILD WOOLLEY Regular to GROUP 1 J.99 PAIR 4 GROUP 2 J.99 PAIR GROUP 3 PAIR 4 p I mm. .99 WOMEN'S Summer Sandals Reg. to 30.00 NOW ONLY 5.99 PURSES A Real Good Seloction MUST BE CLEARED NOW ONLY 72 PRICE A REAL BUY! MENS' and BOYS' BLUE and WHITE JOGGERS Huih Puppioi Savagt Crosby Squam Rog. to 16.95 NOW ONLY PAIR GREEN'S SHOES On Sixth Open All Day Wednesday Thursday Til 9 p.m. effective, there Is no other way but to choose a She said she believes women could help change things. "It's a harrt road, but I be- lieve we need women. I don't GRACE MacTNNlS Ihink women are cleaner and brighter and purer than men, but one of the fringe benefits of women's long conditioning with the home at the centre of her life can pay off If women have the brains to make it pay off-" Mrs. Maclnnis also said that recommendations by the royal commission on the status of women are being implemented too slowly. "There is no lack of machin- ery for implementing the rec- ommendations of the report, but what you want to see is what that machinery produces. "B and P shoidd zero In on some of these big recommenda- tions and find out how to bring the pressure to have them im- plemented." She mentioned, especially, the continuing need for day-care centres and nursery schools. QUICK HIDES VANCOUVER (CP) A dial-a-bus service provided for senior citizens by two Vancou- ver young people is proving a great success. The two, Ron Sandlin and Gail Bellec, re- ceived an Opportunities for Youth grant to finance the ven- ture. Senior citizens can call a number and a van will come by to pick them up on swings through the city. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Coutlt woro honored recently on the occasion of their 65th wed- ding anniversary wilh a supper and reception held at the homo of their son, William. Present at tho celebration woro their six other children, Christine, Alien, Jerry, Margaret and Georgo, 12 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Coutts emigrated from Scotland in 1920 and havo lived in Lethbridgo since that timo, Mr. Coults worked as a miner and later as baggago master for CPU lill retiring. _A_ A. E. Cross photo win High Notes by JANE PATERSON Anna Campbell Singeri ii) 11 it in inn iiirr iwiii i iiiiiiiniiiHiifliiiin Jane Paler-son is a member of the Anne Campbell Singers nnd will acl as correspondent to The Herald while [lie group -is on lour overseas. LLANGOLLEN, WALES 'July 5) The Anne Campbell Singers have been away from for little more than a week but already have a few weary bones and a great many ileasnt experiences to show 'or it. We spent the past weekend In Manchester, England es guests of the Manchester Girls' Choir, who will be competing against us all this week, Upon our arrival, we were in- troduced to our billets and sat down for tea with them. Before our evening perform- ance, the Lord Mayor of the city paid a visit lo our dress- ing room in the Town Hall, and presented an official City of Manchester badge and sev eral brochures on the area to each member of the parly. The concert itself was shared the two choirs and, happily, was attended by a full-house crowd. Afterwards, the majority of our hostesses had great plans [or us. Some had invited friends to their homes to meet the Ca- nadians; others introduced their billets to the typical Eng- lish pub. The next day, after the girls enjoyed a delicious Sunday meal, they and the Manchester girls were taken on a bus tour of the city. We were fortunate enough to be taken inside Manchester Cathedral, the restored "Church being more than 300 years old. Next, we were taken to a museum of sorts, where actual clothing from almost every age had been preserved and put on display for the public. Besides these historic ele- ments, some of the greatest in- dustrial complexes and the ex- tensive dock areas for which Manchester is noted, were pointed out to us. For the greater part of the choir, Sunday night will be re- membered as a high point of our tour. Our hostesses took us to Tif- fany's, a posh nightclub dis- cotheque. The interior, lavishly decor- ated as a cave, with artificial palm trees and dim lights, was juite a novelty to a group of girls coming from a small city such as our own. Our accent was obviously rec- ognized the DJ announced at the beginning of one song that it was to be dedicated to the Canadian girls who were present that evening. Only one custom unnerved us. In Britain, the girls go out on the floor and dance with each other to show the boys that they're interested, instead of standing on the sidelines as we do in Canada. Naturally, wa joined in. Who ever said we'd reject a new idea? Leaving Manchester was a sad moment for all of us be- cause of the hospitality and friendliness there was among the most genuine we've ever en- countered. The distance from Man- chester to Llangollen was a short one, so we stopped for lunch in the lovely old village of Chester, built by the Rom- ans hundreds of years ago. We wandered through ihe shops and streets for a couple of hours before departing lor Llangollen. When we reached the festival grounds, we were immediately ushered into the overseas re- ceiving tent for tea. Incidentally, several of us girls wish to inform our fam- ilies that we have been thor- oughly spoiled by the tremen- dous British tradition of having tea served to us in bed each} morning, and would be quiW appreciative if it was to be con- tinued upon our return home. We were sent to billet irl Rhostyllen, the same village) we stayed four years ago. In tact, a few of the girls were reunited with the samaj families who hosted them ing our initial stay. We spent the better part of! the day practising our competi- tion pieces and getting ac- quainted with the Eisteddfod grounds. In addition, we were lucky enough to speak to groups from Nigeria, East Germany, Swe- den, the United States, Bulgar- ia, Australia and even other parts of Canada. Where words failed because of the language barrier, smiles and gestures sufficed. When I asked the other giils If they had any messages to send home, the reply was un- animous. "Please ask our families and friends to write. No matter how great a time we're having, it's always good to hear from Jen's Uniform Centre White Colored Uniforms PANTSUITS HOT PANTS All Ready Made WHITE CROSS Uniforms Registered LaCross JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 404 5th Street South (Upstairs) Phone 328-3631 f I I was nfraid of Ihot. When do I go lo surgery. Doctor? OFFICE FURNITURE POST OFFICE BOX 938 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA lowtr 7th Strut Shopping Mall 116 7lh St. South Phon. (403) 326-7411 Pr.ild.nl STAN WORBOYS ;