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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE ERAID Thursday, July 23, 1970 HAPPY FACES, SAD TUMMIES-Wherever one looks on-.the midway during Whoop-Up Days in Lethbridge, little tikes are really putting it away.. Bushels of fluffy cotton candy, gooey candy apples, slushy hotdogs and burgers, yummy goodies and quenching drinks still seem not enough to satisfy their ravenous appemes. mothers usually find out otherwise at bedtime. Sick but happy fairgoers drop it all over again. off to sleep wishing they could do IA FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN DEAB MISS BROOKFIELD: I am 48, married with five children. The youngest is 11. I know I'm not useless but my life seems empty. I lack vim, vitality and motivation. Is it possible this is the change of L., Oklahoma, Okla. DEAR M. L.: It's possible, but only your doctor will know for sure. You might be interested in what Dr. Robert Greenblatt, chairman of the department of endocrinology at the Medical College of Geor- gia, wrote about the effects of menopause on many women: Don't Let Diarrhea Upset Your Plans Many a pleasant vacation or other plan has Deen spoiled by a sudden attack of diarrhea. But this needn't happen to you, thanks to the fast-acting, non-consti- pating herbs and roots formula of Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry. Fowler's is a time-proven remedy. For over 120years Canadians have praised its gentle effectiveness and the quick relief it brings to both children and adults. Don't suffer needless embarrass- ment and prepared- keep a bottle handy, it works! Ask for... Dr. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY "Because of her biologic con- sitution and the vicissitudes of her environment, the women enters the climacteric with un- easy and uncertain tread. It is a time of introspection, of in- ventorying, and of soul-search- ing; she analyzes her limita- tions, her frustrations, her se- cret sorrows." It can also, he states, be a time of boredom, anxiety, pho- bias, fears and waning ro- mance. He continues: "It is a period of emotional irritability, unstable and vulnerable and when her declining ovarian ac- tivity provokes a general glan- dular imbalance." Dr. Greenblatt points out that physicians can "diagnose and alleviate ths distressing symptoms of the menopause." If they are due to a hormonal imbalance, the women's physi- cal and mental health may be restored by replacing the hor- mone her ovaries are no longer producing, once they stop func- tioning at menopause. Your physician, of course, can test diagnose your condi- tion and help restore you to better health. So have a talk with him. mature woman, or with one? National Organization Of Women All-Out Female Strike- Aug. 26 By LYNN SHERR Associaecl Press Writer The last time a country's women went gsneral strike, they stepped a war. The date WES 411 EC; the war was between Sparta and Athens, and it all took place in a play. This year, some United States women are planning a similar action to try to help end another the sexes. The date is August 26 and it is for real. "We're advising women to do their own tiling to confront the unfinished business of equal- explained Betty Friedan, who calls herself chairperson of the event and who dreamed up the idea as former president of the National Organization for She lists the three nationwide strike demands: free 24-hour child care centres; free abor- tions en demand; complete equality for women in education and employment. NOT RECOGNIZED "The political parties, corpo- rattcas, hospitals, churches, un- ions, mass the estab- lEfement not yet really felt the urgency and power women have as 53 per cent of the Mrs. Friedan said. "The strike should make visi- ble the sheer fact of this op- majority." In her role as a modem Lysis- woman who talked her sisters of ancient 'Greece into abstaining frcm their men in order to end Hie Athens- Sporta Friedan is urging women to march, Friends and Relatives of MR. MRS. BERT FILMER Are Cordially Invited To An OPEN HOUSE At Their Home-2420 14th Avenue South SATURDAY, JULY 25-2 TO 6 P.M. On The Occasion of Their 25fh WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ___-Y "M_i TIE-DYED A way to say farewell to shy legs is by tie-dying white or pale-colored tights into on ingenious, colorful circle pattern. Dye, rubber bands, a wooden spoon, rubber gloves and a large pan were the only sup- plies needed to achieve this design. SUMMER CLEARANCE JULY 15th to 31st DRESSES SUNGLASSES SKIRTS PANT SUITS fj SPORTSWEAR PATIO WEAR BLOUSES CLASSIC BOUTIOU 323 6th ST. S PHONE 328-3066 Calgary JWCA Receives Loan For Building OTTAWA (CP) The ap- proval of a loan to the Calgary YWCA to assist in con- struction of accommodation for low-income women was an- nounced Wednesday by Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. The YWCA project will pro- vide permanent accommoda- tion for 120 young women'and overnight accommodation for 40 others. The National Housing Act fi- nancing is calculated only on ths residential portion of the building, which will contain a swimming pool, gymnasium, meeting rooms, offices and multi-purpose dining room. The loan will be made under an NHA section that provides for long-term loans to non- profit corporations for con- struction, acquisition or conver- sion of housing projects. SWIMMING POPULAR More than Ameri- cans enjoy outdoor swimming each year. demonstrate, sit-in, stop typing, step vacuuming, stop buying and, if appropriate, stop making love, "to do something to visibly protest the discrimination against women "It's really a she said. "The 'strike' part is just symbolic." The August date was chosen to coincide with the 50th anni- versary of the day the 19th amendment to the U.S. constitu- women the was ratified. IS WIDESPREAD Marches and. demonstrations are planned in Manhattan, at Chicago's Civic Centre, in down- town Milwaukee and in Buffalo, N.Y. Although many of the more rascal women's groups aren't yet disclosing their plans the scheduled activities of women in meny parts of what they consi- der discrimination against women are on the job and in the home. Freedom Trash Cams will be set up in Syracuse, N.Y., for women to dump "some object of their apron, a ccpy of Dr. Spock, hair curlers, whatever said Karen de Crow, eastern regional director NOW. "And I fully expect that someone wiH deposit her husband." Tb demonstrate the clout of female buying power, Los Ange- les women are being urged not to purchase anything Aug. 26. From New York, consumer boy- cotts will be launched against companies considered most ex- ploitative of women. BITCH IN RESEARCH "We're looking at the adver- explained a member of a Manhattan group called BITCH, which is researching a list of 50 companies. "We're looking for the companies which exploit the image of women, give a very peculiar slant to what women are really about." The economic boycotts will be maintained, she said, until the companies agree to change their advertising and pay women reparations for use in child-care centres. In New York, women leaders are talking about a in which intents will be set on the steps of City Hall to drama- tize the demand for child care centres. In several cities, the day's motto for housewives will be: "Don't Iron While the Strike is Hot." SMALL PERCENTAGE Even a full moon reflects only seven per cent of the sunlight falling upon it. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Your mother says she's still keeping your room just as you left it, although she's almost given up hops that you'11 ever come back.and clean it." Current Dress Depresses Paris Designer, Chanel PARIS (AP) Gabrielle Coco Chanel leaned for- ward, eyes flashing: "Fash- ion should go down into the street, but I don't want it coming up from there." The designer, who has re- cently shown her fall and winter lines was talking about the way women and men too. Playful, provocative, witty, intense, her monologue went like this: "I do not scandalize the world. I am the enemy of ec- centricity, and I am most de- pressed at the way people look. "Don't the women realize their first duty is to remain feminine and please men? And not try to look 20 when they're 60? Or like a long- haired kid? Why do they do it? Pants or. no pants, Chanel wants women to remain feminine. "The men are just as bad. Believe rne, at my age I'm not looking for a lover. But if a long-h aired hippie would approach me to make love I would send him packing. BAKING SooA BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. N. Fri., July 24th Starts at p.m. Doors Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th GamM in 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 57 Not. Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed Sponsored by the Vasn Lodge Tension Pour a 14 Ib. package Cow Brand Soda into a tub of warm water. Step in. Lie back. Relax! Soaks away tension. Relieves sunburn, hives and itching COW BRAND Refrigerators 3 tablespoons of Cow Brand per quart of water will clean refrigerators remove film and stains, absorb unpleasant odors. Recommended by the leading refrigerator manufacturers. COW BRAND BAKING sooA ANNUAL FURNITURE SALE On stock over 90 days old. LIVING ROOM SUITES DINING ROOM SUITES BEDROOM SUITES BROKEN LINE COFFEE and END TABLES SALE ENDS JULY 31st Open Thursday and .Friday till 9 p.m during July only. (INTERIORS) LTD. ;