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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 3.S USTHBKIDGt HERALD Tuesday, 22, 1973 Makeup for spring sliimmennQ (CP) M >k t-.ning has two .u i. -Vt -civ ir is influenced L, j n -.1 to en'uen f colors. But there i. i. ji- of the by the movie vo'i v S-'Ctf Fiu.aer- s i u'.ei Tr.e Great Gatsby. 1 i-, faces should -..r it 7" blight color at i'-v a rich, riDe aerni u.i the says h-cj I. u Lipsticks tcj- 'uio red not usually a i nne a 1 iiii ar.f! a bun-v, armed .'o i f.i there is a cr N cj t 'jar bine i ,o yreero and .1. trc -IN v. is i. 1 -lur black- c u p i d 's -b o 1 of movies. iv re's MO i i or I'irC v Li jr i i led fcr tn-e no In tl-e 1940s the pr.up girl v as o Gruble a lu u- rJ ailed, a .though l-o had a sir- Itok. Lips v.ere bright it In the early '30s brows v, rijic'd mv a-ds i-'mph '.s-s v as on the eyes, not the lips. trie tini of IN: uecac'e brows bscama thick arcs, cw, I.auh m He up and lips were pah Women mentb and false c> dashes, b> lc- came popular T'" natural look urj'vi'cd through mo--t of tne LiVi'C''.s i-1 D.Jo: r iceks toik on a hcaithj bnrv and t b la a 'i -'ere t.' ev, jypoared i_ i; ji' j M I" Lu''v A- ;i Counvjrci' hard-.1 i. soon c o .n e t r i c cu' 1 .It-Can tu.' u! t Ja 5 i 2v i -_ s cic'i- i i i o 'I lUCV5: OI 'i vjc'onan ..d liad iii. TH: SETTER HALF iias net At one 'mie makeup a J- mxaus lojk An- f v r as a rr. full as in a Bot'col'i i> OdcK. witn a'l this enuiha- s-j n-i a K'C took to false Scsno v.e.e pi aid lasted only lv-o 01 tr.-ee weeks Shaping up By Barnes i fc another 10 minutes deep. Let me lean on s we walr. to the bus stop. for students, teachers, performers f Provincial Residen Workshops CAMF5OSE LUTHERAN COLL.EGE commencing July 8th Our 1 annual workshop provides a worthwmle oooortunity to aavancc your musical ability nrivat0 instruction, ensemble playing anc: musicianship classes a? well as band, orcirsfa and choral experience at various levels At thf conc'usion of rhp worksnop sessions, the performing groups will oresent a scries of tour coruoito tnroi.ghout tne province. CHOICE OF FIVE WORKSHOPS JUNIOR INSTRUMENTAL WORKSHOP Ju', F" 21st 'i 3 vnr as of T SEXIQC! INSTRUMENTAL WORKSHOP J 27 if '11 i, pLr i! nn f >rn H m jnn Dir -or fiil'ur ,1 D' loprv ,-nl, 1 i f rr4 Towur, fcdmon; i i. CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION >m, Tfess gcis are working off the carbohydrates for nier tun and health at the Leihbridge YMCA's ladies' cc f.t and swim program, held at the Civic Sports Centre. Following a series of flab-firming exercises, they head for a cool, refreshing dip in the pool. ird seeking ra personal life'' JO i FRANCE.-: LEUINE .S CITY. AP> Tiu -'i to iid v.uh onl% lo recrement had hoped husband Lyndon i and now she ci'w s loneliness i fami'v and her [rs JOIHHOU the faiTiih -1" u ,l i-uci ard R'i'd aj.d llv fear giand- -i Di' during busy House years. sue to make up for it r.av.. she lios no p'ans to in and will j e i ?s tome about i' T--J years with the late u.v. wi'a (iied Jan ;2 "Tnc'o were things I wish I'd sri'1 v _s iruch more to lair- i and do together. I 'v U I iivrd by this b.'itno- ot luinj; every day ui v h) I'm turning tne v r- (i is'ils gathering lu'io nuasct" cf mfoimation or .'i i s r i; and t.ii'ikin., T mi.'A tell him I I'vi I remember I v, on t." OIT President John left of- i'-'j on Jan 19-y. tavs. >'V ticuble tie 20 I hcpsd foi u e e l.crt telling me no: to ex-' I pect them, but I she reciiis Now she looks forward to I "seme happy times v.ith my children and grandchildren, so it s a personal life I'm seek- ing." Theie aie protects and busi- ness affairs to attend to, too. Johnson tool's back on the White House years as "a time ot Lyndon's and my chance, to help" She she had "done more and dared more" then. She adds. just loved every day there." ''I'll always be on a smaller stage in a smaller way." she j said, doing some of the same things she did in the White And, in a two-hour interview House. In a nostalgic visit with a smaJl group of reporters who covered her White House years, Mrs. Johnson reminisced here, occasionally teary-eyed over the past, but zestful and enthusias- tic over the future. She led a tour of the LBJ ranch and inspection of her lat- es; beatification proiect, a lakeside park in Austin, the Texas capital. Legislators oppose amendment DETROIT (AP) Even though Michigan Attorney-Gen- eral. Frank Kelly says it can't be dare, some Michigan women i in a top-floor reception room of the LBJ Library, amid Johnson mementoes, she told how John- son had savored his four years of retirement: "He was cer- tainly not as some had predicted. "They were years of some she pointed out. "Two books were written (his and the library was fin- ished and staffed and the school of public affairs started. They were full years. Mostly he just savored life and did what he wanted to do." Airs. Johnson was asked if it made her sad tfoac programs her husband worked hard to achieve such as Operation Head Start or the Office of Economic Opportunity were now being reduced. she said, "but if enough people express them- selves earnestly, effectively and LADY BIRD JOHN'SON EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. MOOSE HALL 1234 3 Ave. No. JACKPOT WON EVERY WEEK Can Br Won on Cord Drawn for July 4fh Round Trip for 2 to Vancouver Plus Spending Money ALSO FEATURE GAMES SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN Of THE MOOSE No Children Under 16 Allowed Everybody Welcome say they are determined to overturn the legislature's ap- proval of the Equal Rights Amendment. "My husoand won't have to support said one woman j i at one of a series of public meetings on the issue. "z! "They'll draft otir 1 another said. 1 Jfichigan is one of 23 states to ratify the amendment which iorbids discrimination by sex. If 33 states adopt it, it will be- come the 27u> aniaidment to the U.S. Constitution. State Representative Jose- phine Huusinger, (Dem. De- said she opposes the i amendment. She said she held the public i meeting to "please the con- reasonably about it, they'll rise FFAT lEionstration May 24th See the wonders of this Moffat Micro-Wave Oven demonstration takes the drugery out of cooking cooks speedily and retains the flavour. Mr. W. Prynicik, Moffat representative, will be in Eaton's major appliance department, second floor, on Thursday, May 24th, from p.m. to p.m. to demonstrata the oven. Be sure to see the demonstration. stituents" who have asked her to reverse the state's approval. Kelley said here that legis- I lators cannot change their i mir.ds about the issue and called any attempt to make them do so a "futile gesture." Most of the 200 women, ai the meeting opposed to tfae amendments and many ex- pressed fears husbands would make them work to support themselves and their children if it is adopted. "Anv woman can attain any goal she seeks in this world to- slid one woman, ''and anyone who says she needs the j Constitution to say she's equal is cooping out." "I'm just opposed to Mrs. Hun- singer. "I don't think I can ever be completely eaual. ar.d all this amendment will do is wipe out everything." again. Mrs. Johnson said she had no plans to speaic out herself on Head Start which was among her iavorite prolects. However, helping the little Head SI art project in a Lutheran Church across the river from tl-e LBJ Ranch. Johnson per- sonally nurtured it. The 20 or so youngsters there didn't know he was president, Luci Johnson Nugent recalled. She said he always brougnt them h's favori'e cacdy and "they called him the Jelly Bean Man." WILL SELL HERDS j-ctmil y Poor protection for house buyefs If the purchase of a home occurred every year or so, buyers would become more ex- perienced. They would know the ways in which the scales are so frequently tipped against the consumer, says the Con- sumers' Association of Canada. Consider, for example, just two aspects of the present Na- tional Housing Act in relation to the consumer. If you are buying a new home with an NHA mortgage loan, an inspector will call at least three times during construction to examine the work in pro- gress. To protect you the buy- er? No, to protect the lender who is providing the loan. As purchaser you get no firm, guarantee of the mater- ials and workmanship, though you may, of course, hire a conapetent examiner on your own account.' When you buy an automo- bile, a refrigerator or televi- sion set, you get a guarantee giving a certain measure of protection, but there is no firm guarantee when you take on the much costlier and long- term-purchase of a home. Again, says the association, if ycu get an NHA mortgage loan you pay a premium presently one percent (former- ly two per ceBt) of the total loan, which goes into a Mort- gage Insurance Fund held in trust and managed by OMHC. For whose protection? You the buyer? No, the MIF is for the pro- tection of the lender in case of default. BUT ycu pay the premium even though the" lend- calendi focal n, llf Of upper, ings Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at 3 p.m. Tues- day in the home of Mrs. Kathi Zezulka, 13K St. Arthur Rd. A program on art will bs present- ed by Mrs. Ann Lynde and Mrs. Zezulka. Members of the Lethbridge Shrine Club are reminded of the Stated Business Sleeting at 6 p.m.. Wednesday at the El Rancho. 4 The past matrons of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, OES, will meet at p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Hilda Davis. Cohostess will be Mrs. M. Ever- dan. er already holds your mort- gage. An editorial in the Octo- ber, 1972 edition of The Finan- cial Post said that the "MIF is now worth an impressive 300 million dollars" while "claims outstanding against it are only 10 million dollars." Consumers have certainly paid handsomely to buttrasr the operations of mortgage lenders. As for costs, the monster in- flation has got completely ou of hand. Here again the asso- ciation asserts the figures can. be deceptive. A house which was priced in 1960 today costs is not JUST 50 per cent higher, but mar< like 150 per cent higher be cause of interest and other charges. By rough rale of thumb, _an increase of one per cent in in- terest rate adds 10 per cent h the capital cost of shelter, so that the four per cent increase in mortgage rates from the early 60's added a hefty 40 per cent to the consumer's long term bill for housing. The cost of buying the aver age NHA house actually doub- led in the 1965-70 period. Back in 1960 about half of Ca- nadian families could afioix to buy the average NHA house now the percentage if more like 10 per cent and in the Toronto it is closer to five per cent. Canadian housing needs to recognize and provide for al- ternatives, new and other choices. It must pu far greater empbasis on pres ervation cf existing stock. Med- ium-density multiple housing should be favored agains single units on one hand anc hig'hrise on the other. One of the most interesting new forms of housing on the Canadian scene is the housing co-operative in which a num- ber of families, typically 50 ti 100 or more in a fairly large city, jointly own a multiple project of townhouses, row housing or apartment units anc operate it under the tradition- al rules of cooperative owner ship. Canadian consumers accord- ing to the Consumers' Associa- tion of Canada, want and ex pert a range of choices to satis- fy individual preferences anc meet the great variety cf situ- ations and conditions across Canada, at a price they can afford. Mrs. Johnson plans projects ranging from a soon-to-be of- fered 1-.BJ Library photo-book CAVIAR DEPOSITS FORTALEZA, Brazil CAP) A report by the Federal Univer- sity of Ceara said the eggs of] the flying fish, deposited on the: surface of the ocean, make an' excellent caviar and are easy to, collect, a news agency said. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS-8 p.m. Wee Whimsy on the late president to selling the last oi' the LBJ-registered cattle. She personally supervised re- plies to letters seat after Johnson's death, and the LBJ presidential office is soon to be closed. Her projects also include: month's tour of Europe, Starting July 5, with daughter and sw-m-law Lvnda and Charles Robb. It will begin in Ensland and wird iro with a visit to her friend, philanthrop- ist Mary Laker in Southern France. Handling Johnson's estate. which has been conservatively estimated by associates at million. to serve as a re- gent of the University of Texas, her clma where she studied journalism. Semrjj on the National Parks Advisory Board in Wash- j ingvon. which she describes as "my thing." Her six-year term rass to 1973. LETHBRIDGE FISH UGAMEASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY of 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS (Increasing number per week unlit wan) 1st GAME JACKPOT GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Auxiliary to Canadian ALL HATS Our Entire Stock NOW AND FINAL ALL SALES CASH Marie-Louise Millinery 504.3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2965 OPSN WEDNESDAY Til 6 THURSDAY TIL 9 P.M. ;