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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 LETHBRIDGE Wednesday, June 12, 1974 Mai ivant the perm too Method improves hair tone Bv HELEN HENNESSY YORK (NEA) The word peimanent is not only out ol the current vernacular ol the beauU world and replaced bv peim but its vc-rv imdge is radically changed perm up to now conjured up a risk You usually took a chance on drying breaking or fusing hair a sacrifice you were forced to accept to achieve a lasting curl or wave a perm is a constructive idea with a new product discovered in Europe Turner Hall and marketed in this country for the first time It actuall> improves and conditions the hair and restores health to even tinted damaged or abused hair It is as much a permanent conditioner as a permanent wave Its built-in conditioning action works while the hair is being permed, giving it more bodv and manageability controlling wispy ends and eliminating the "fnzzies So ingenious is this perm that overprocessing is a virtual impossibility a true friend to tinted or highlighted hair Sectional perming is now easv and it keeps the curl in but only where it's honestly needed And this continental boon to hair has a remarkable Acid PH formula Unlike most perms it does not contain alkaline lotions and will not make the hair dry or break After the solutions are applied to the sections of your hair that have to be permed vou are put under the dryer where the warmth goes to work to let the cuticles of your hair (yes your hair like your nails has cuticles) lift as opposed to swelling The perm conditioning solution lifts the cuticle to allow conditioning and restructuring agents into your hair Your hair is then neutralized and rinsed and zoom you're ready for setting or blow drying And since women's lib it seems the men are after privileges we have had for vears too They're sure after the perm This perm is called Perfect Touch Ed Kranepool of New York Mets au natural, and receiving perm BOOT featuring a selection of Western Boots by Tony Lama Justin Don Quijote and others Regular 59.00 to 85.00 ALL CLEARING AT ONE Low Price........ Centre Village Mall These Boots are taken directly from our regular in-store stock This sale will not be repeated So please shop early for best size and style selection. All sales final. RILEY McCORMICK "Lethbridge's Leading Western Store" Charge "American Express Phone 328-5644 Established 1901 Policemen, wives dislike women on regular beat CHICAGO (AP) Stung by allegations of sex dis- crimination, the police department plans to put some 'rough tough" policewomen on regular patrol duty The move is a reaction to a report by the Chicago law en- forcement study group that charged the department dis- criminates against women by assigning them primarily as youth officers or at women's detention facilities So 60 women recruits are being put through the same courses taken by men in prep- aration for regular patrol duty Male officers who criticize the program say responding to robberies, brawls, shootings and other violence, patrol car assignments can be rough, tough jobs We have some rough, tough women said a police spokesman Patrolwomen will have the option of wearing a uniform with skirts or trousers and will pack a pistol and a night- stick But not all the men like the idea Patrolman Bob Trusz, 25, questions whether they can handle such duties as break- ing up street-gang congrega tions "We have to talk tough to Centre Village Mall MALL get them to he said "What is a woman going to do in such a They'll laugh at her Patrolman Daniel Noon, 27, who works the night shift, says he has to be aggressive and a female partner could hamper me A lot of time I could have more problems And furthermore, I wouldn't let her drive But Patrolman Charles Gunter, 26, thinks differently I come from a family where my wife is a woman's libber he said "I do house- work and she does house- work Policewoman Sharon Urbon of the youth division said she does not think a woman is qualified to do the same work as a man "In some cases, it's just not she said Policewoman Pat Hays, an- other youth office worker, said 'I know some women who would be very good on patrol, but to me equal rights doesn't mean women are the same as means equal opportunity I wouldn't re- quest such an assignment be- cause you can run into a lot of problems and I'm slightly queasy Several letters already have been received at the depart- ment from wives of policemen who said they did not want their husbands riding around in squad cars with women But that is another problem. Bridge can ruin best of marriages DANBURY, Conn (AP) To Peggy Hanna, bridge is a "wonderful, wholesome sport But she says it has ruined marriages, caused ulcers and left couples childless, and "there are some married couples who should never together, anyway Mrs Hanna is a new life master, the highest rank a bridge player can get Al- though she and her husband Richard, another life master, don't view the bridge table as a marital battleground, they tell some stories that might prompt some card players to stick to solitaire "I've seen husbands scream at their wives, some people can be very rude and in- sulting At tournaments, the room sometimes sounds like a disturbed said Mrs Hanna, who notes that bridge etiquette requires partners to be silent during bidding "I've never been to a na- tional tournament where they didn't have to call the doc- she said "The tension is incredible To a serious player like Mrs Hanna, the rank of life master represents the culmi- nation of years of study and hundreds of bridge "each of them different Life master is to bridge what the Hall of Fame is to baseball Players must ac- cumulate 300 master points, 50 of them from regional and national contests Mrs Hanna began playing fewer then 10 years ago when a Welcome Wagon Club in South Bend, Ind offered les- sons in "social a less demanding game than dupli- cate bridge MGRChANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Suggestions Genuine Ship Replicas (Made in Spain) Jewellery Chests Brush and Shoe Horn Sets Old Fashioned Copper Kerosine Lamps Chess Sets China Horses Variety of Ashtrays Brass Letter Openers Wood Carvings Novelty Old Canadian Rye RCMP Glass Beer Mugs Bar Sets Steins Decanters Centre Village Mall Phone 328-6980 FINAL 3 BIG DAYS By Popular Demand Ride-em Mini Cars Fantastic New thrilling Carnival and Midway Rides Sale prices in all Centre Stores Coupons available in all purchase needed. CARNIVAL DAYS SALE This Coupon and Cash good for 5 Amusement Rides of your choice at Intermountain Midway Rides 12 to Centre Village Mall CARNIVAL DAYS SALE This Coupon and Cash good for 5 Amusement Rides of your choice at Inermountain Midway Rides June 12 to Centre Village Mall CARNIVAL DAYS SALE This Coupon and Cash good for 5 Amusement Rides of your choice at Intermountain Midway Rides June 12 to Centre Village Mall CARNIVAL DAYS SALE This Coupon and Cash good for SAmusement Rides of your choice at Intermountain Midway Rides June 12 to Centre Village Mall Centre Village Cut out coupons or pick up at any store in the mall. The Mall that has it all A COMPLETELY ENCLOSED Prices Efective Thurs., Fri., Sat. June 15 I 20" 3-spee BOX FAN Manually reversible 1his large Ian moves air volume rapidly Can be used