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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON f ROSS COUNTRY sales of'foundation garments indicate we are becoming bustier and nippier. Many women who abandon- ed the girdle in recent years are now going back to it, and sales show that mjdiurn, large and extra large sizes are most In demand. Home decorating fashions change just as radically as clothing styles! so the experts tell us, only the cycle lasts longer. The average trend in color schemes, carpet styles and drapery design starts, rises and declines over a period of seven years. To learn what's what in upcoming trends, we're ad- vised to watch decorating dis- plays and rooms in public buildings which have been designed by professionals. Fabric is still the best and most popular way to redecor- ate In the home, we're told. Fabric wall coverings, cur- rently big news on the decor- ating scene, can disguise The average bra size used to be 34B, but according to the manufacturers (and who should know it has jumped to 36C. Opinions on the whys and wherefores are many and va- ried, but most manufacturers blame the birth control pill for those additional indies. rough surfaces and can also be easily removed. The best fabrics for wall use are medium weight materi- als like cottons, burlap, felt or linens. Application is usu- ally by staples or glue, and while staples are easier lo remove, there is some pro- fessional feeling that glue docs a better looking job. Wallpaper glue is the one that's generally used, but be- fore you start drowning the living room in a mess of sticky goo, take time out to experiment with your mater- ial and find out just how much adhesive is needed. Too much glue could soak into the fabric and stain it. Look Ma, no brakes! A truly liberated woman, 10-year-old Tracey Hembroff, knows how to improvise. Sledding down snowy slcpes of the coulees is out, we hope, until next but Tracey takes her fun where she finds it, sliding down the grassy incline on o beat-up old card- board carton. March 21, 1973 THE ItTHimDOt HtRALD 7 ana out of town Mr. Paul Clesla long-time jsidenl of the city, recently elcbrated his birthday ith a supper gathering for amily and friends, held at the Marquis Hotel. Guests In attendance wure om Vancouver, B.C.; Knsign, Irathmore, Milk River, rooks, Diamond City, Fore- .ost and Bow Island. Mr. Ciesla wjuld like to ex- ress his appreciation I'or the ongratulatory remarks and the -nany gifls. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. F. Beny lave returned from Calgary, vhere they attended the official jpening of the Fine Art Festi- -al at the University of Cal- gary. HiglUight of the festival was the presentation tn the univcr sity of tlie Visual Odyssey, do- nated by the Harold Siebens family. Visual Odyssey is a retro- spective collection of 158 photo- graphs by Roloff Beny, por raying the artist's travels in 27 countries. The collection, now on perm anent display at ths U ot'C had its first showing at th Huntingdon-Hartford Galleries in New York, opened by the Governor General of Canada Roland Michener. Mr. and Mrs. Beny were guests of W. A. Friley, chan- cellor of the university, at a Banquet in honor of Roloff Beny and renowned photographer, t'ousuf Karsh, who Uw fficial presentation. Mr. and Mrs. Beny were 'ntertained by Marmie Hess, veil-known promoter of the irts and philanthropist, and Mrs. Sydney Turner. WeeWhimsv SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRF1ELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6070 The Greeks have a tasty dish which takes that good oM basic convenience food, the pizza mix, and changes its whole way of Efe. With ft little help from you, the flour mix turns into light and puffy flat, tillable rolls and the sauce is used to add spicy flavor to the filing. This memorable hot sandwich is stuffed with sauteed oni- ons, peppers and sausages. It's hearty, hot, nutritious and satisfying an interna- tional masterpiece. Whether eaten informally in the hand or with knife and fork, it's guaranteed to please. Pocket Sandwiches 1 tsp salt 2 tsp oil 2 pkgs (15% oz) complete- cheese pizza mix 1 pkg (8 oz) link saus- ages, cut into small pieces medium green peppers, cut into strips medium onions, sliced Add salt and oil to pizza flour mix. Using both pack- ages, prepare dough accord- ing to package directions. Turn dough onto floured sur- face and knead about five minutes. Cover with a bowl and let rise 20 minutes. Punch down and divide into four or six equal parts. Shape into halls, rolling each on a lightly floured surface to a five-inch cir- cle. Place two inches apart on ungreased halting sheet. Cover, let rest 15 to 20 min- utes. Bake at 425 degrees for eight to 10 minutes. Meanwhile, saute sausages, green peppers and onions to- gether. Pour off fat. Add sauce and cover, simmering 10 minutes. Remove1 bread from oven and let cool. Split each roll half open and stuff with sauce mixture. Sprinkle with canned cheese. Makes four large sandwiches or six small ones. Free gift is bait, BINGO MOOSE HALL 1934 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY at P.M. Jackpot In 51 Number! 12 Games in 7 Numbers 41 h 8th Gamei Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cords Jl.OO 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) -The ef- fort to sneak under your guard and sell you something while you aren't looking goes on constantly. The telephone survey of reading habits may be part of it. So may the nice young col- lege student who asks you to sign something so he can col- lect points for calling at your door. The colorful contest entry form may be another approach. The point of alt of these and other gimmicks is to sell something. A. R. Walker says the per- son taken in by them will probably get Ihe magazines or merchandise he pays for. He will probably get the "free" gift offered as bait. There is a chance he won't, if the firm goes out of business. But Mr. Walker objects to these sales approaches as unethical be- cause they do not make clear to a potential buyer that he is being asked to sign a contract NEW! FROM PLAYTEX Students attend seminar Ploytex brings you the most dramatic improvement in girdle hislorylSJ Unbelievable control yet unbelievably lightweight. Try if. you'lf be a believer! MAYFAIR VOGUE 3TT -5TH ST. SOUTH PHONE 327-3682 TORONTO (CP) Canadian laws which seem to protec women in reality protect onl chastity, Toronto lawyer Stan ley Gcrshman said recently. He fold 88 teen-aged student, gathered for a two-day semina on sex, sponsored by Planne Parenthood of Toronto, tha laws protecting women froi sexual relations in certain ag categories carry the qualifyin clause that the woman must b of chaste character. In theory, the ]aw seems I punish the man, he said. A ma can be charged for having E ual intercourse with a employee under 21, who is un der his supervision, or a fema under IB even though he ma think she is older. But he can defend himself saying the young woman wa not chaste or showed a di position to lewdness or that was chiefly to blame for th act. He ashed whether the law realistic in the high value places on chastity. "Should consent, at least f a woman 16 or over, not SUGGESTS NEW VIEW The laws reflect a socie compelled to restrict sexual a tivity, he said, but with mode contraception "perhaps should take a different vie of sex." Mr. Gershman also qucstio ed the attitude of the law abo women who become prcgnar "The law seems perfectly w ing lo inipo.se pregnancy up a woman as punishment I her sexual act when it rcslric her right to an abortion." The conference, called Sex to Z, was open to every hi school student in Metro." Sixty- five girls and 23 boys attended and some of their questions re- flected their lack of knowledge. One girl asked Mr. Gershman I what chastity meant. o buy. He may be talked into uying something he doesn't eally want or is unable to af- ord. He may well pay more lan he would pay if he ought directly from a pub- .sher or a conventional store. Mr. Walker is registrar of he Consumer Protection Bu- eau of Ontario. He says there are many easons you might be the tar- get for a sales pitch. I! you nter a lucky draw, your lame might go on a list used or selling. If your area is cheduled, you might be one f n house-to-house blitz. You might be the random choice f a boiler room operation. "There are several card ables with a telephone on each, and a dulcet-voiced lady who has a list of telephone numbers in front of her. She may begin with an exchange, say 235, then start at 2000 and call every number. The girl next to her has 235 and 2100. That way, even a person who as an unlisted number would still get called." A telephone pitch begins with the caller's name and may claim to be part of a sur- vey, and may offer a prize. "This is Miss Jones calling from the marketing office. We are calling approximately people at random to de- termine the reading habits of the adult population." Eventually, the listener will be told he will receive a "free" book and 60 issues of magazines for which he will pay only 59 cents a week. The pilch at the door may involve ticking off favorite reading to help a youth through college. In either case, the initial call is followed as soon as possible by a visit from a hard-sell expert to give you your prize and get your signa- ture on a contract. MAY BE COSTLY Mr. Walker says a contract to buy some magazines may sound harmless, but it often turns out to be worth to be paid in two years for mag- azines that will come in for five years. The sales visit may be fol- lowed by a verification call to confirm that you have signed and are gcod for the money. "Under the consumer prot- ection act, the company isn't obliged to cancel a contract unlass notified by registered letter or a hand-delivered let- ter in a given time. In Ontario it is two clear working days. The time varies in other prov- inces. "If you want a magazine subscription, order directly from the publisher, not from an agency. "Before you buy or enter a contest, see what the contract or (he rules say. It's impera- tive to exercise good judg- ment and to assume personal responsibility, "If you do feel you have been taken, don't waste time. Get in touch with, a govern- ment consumer protection bu- reau promptly to find out your rights under legislation and any advice and information they may be able to give you." 'Value'Village LOCATED AT THI CORNER OF 13lh STREET ond tth AVSNUE i. STORE HOURS: MONDAY to SATURDAY 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. SUNDAY 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. TEMPORARY LOCATION 1315-9th Avenue South .99 ALBERTA GRANULATED 25 Ib. bag NABOB 1 Ib. PERFEX BLEACH.............................................GAUON 3 99 75 67 U HEINZ.......................................... 25 01. CREAMED SALMON is o, tin, 2 CREAMED TUNA CARBON........................ COOKING PEANUT BUTTER WESTERN TOMATOES WESTERN FAMILY .....................................28 or tins 2 f" 75 DETERGENT POWDER 1'69 rillvLEj BICKS POLISH...............................................sz CREAM STYLE CORN DONUTS "BAKER'S DOZEN" aliie'Village PRODUCE Phona 328-1751 BIRTH CONTROL AID LONDON (AP) The gov- ernment said it will spend million in the next four years to supply free contraceptives lo those with special social or fin- ancial needs. GRAPEFRUIT TEXAS NO. 1 10" 89 BANANAS APPLES GOLDEN RYPE.............................................. tb. B.C. MACS...........................................4 quort bosket TELEPHONE ORDERS FREE DELIVERY CHARGE ACCOUNTS 15' r PHONE 328-1751 ;