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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE irTHI'.IMOCE HERALD Snk'rdnv, Oclolmi Wl Ann binders substitute ruling s. manufacturer i i i i WN 1 3 JACKPOT iriHBRIDGE ELKS lOTGE ROOM [Up'.fciir-J VEnY THUR5---S p.m. GIRL GUIDES SHINE-IN Saturday Lethbridge cause to raise money for Pakistan relief. Mayor Andy from Elizabeth Hall, Division Commissioner of the Girl Gu Ready to lend a helping hand is Jen Angus, captain of t T'.'- 'Vur'.'-vr'nri- Cos! of the shine was determined by the size of one's fed THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes TORONTO (C.'l'i The presi- dent, of ColgatePalmoiive Ltd. in Canada he is Irving lo KPt the federal government to uile on I he itst; of in laun- dry determents. R. L. Turner says his firm on record as considering NTA ;i possible to health, hut that ils competitors in Canada are u.siiu; liie .--nh.stanue. i In an inK'iview, lie said (hat a s [manufacturers comply v.ith the. federal fjuvern- j mom's ruNnj.: that phosphate t-ontcut I.e tvdneed, the nifiini- faciiux-r v.'hu suiwliUites for phosphate will have a prod- m.'l liiai is a more effectivt; than the firm lhal. elms not. "We're on record as against XT A. If hefiin to use it, look like fools. That's the hox ue'rc1 in." lie said lie iut.s written to Ron Rusford. minister of consumer and corporate affairs and to .Tack Davis, minister of environ- ment and of fisheries, but. has had no reply. The I'nited States federal unv- CM-iiniunt said 15 that NTA iniiriloiriacetie nt'id) should IK: used in detergents because of! its possible kmg-tcrm effcci.s asi a {'anc'or-imludiifi agent. Mr. Tnriu'i1 says Colgate has not used NTA since the U.S. surgeon-gen- eral first publicly questioned its .safety. The Canadian government lias said dc.fergen! manufacturers must reduce the amount of. pho.'phate in their products to five pcv cent, by lUTi'. The1 current legal maxi- mum level is 20 per cent, Mr. Turner says his firm made a presentation to the Se- mite committee on health, .vei- fare and science in June, j questioning the safely of NTA.' It issued a statement in August, trying it. will not use NTA "until its possible carconogonic effects are fully investigated and the ingredient is proven He says: ''On the other hand. I'm not going to have a lower quality product and sec business taken away from us. You might ask why we don't do a consumer ad- vertising campaign? We don't want to start a fight over is a puhlic benefit The ecology issue would Income a marlaling issue. "And a iargc percentage of people who don't care about ecology would say: 'You've just said "your product isn't as goad.' lie says the industry is spend- ing money looking for an ac- ceptable phosphate substitute that is cost, effective and harmless. "The tests take a long time. No one can predict long-term ef- fects. if someone goes off half cocked now. it could create new problems.1' PICK IT GLASS Broken glass may be picked up from (he floor by wrapping a double-sided piece of Scotch tape around a mopstick or old broom. ir foot ou: ior a good qels a 60-ccnt shine onsors cf 'ho project. Lethbridrje Company. FALL TEA and BAZAAR Sat., Oct. 2 to 4.30 p.m. Sponsored by ST. PATRICK'C C.W.L. CHURCH HALL 318 10th 51. S. TOMBOLA DRAW WILl BE MADE TEA and BAKE SALE AT THf Y.M.C.A, SATURDAY, OCT. 16th P.M. Sponsored LETHBRIDGE SOCIAL CREDIT r- AUXILIARY EVERYONE WELCOME DOOR PRIZE THE MARQUIS HOTEL EXTENDS To Monlque at the Marquis Formerly The Marquis Beauty Salon on her opening and newly renovated premises Ccme in and see Monique for ail your hu i recessing needs High Profit Franchise Opportunity Living Lighting, a rapidly ex- lamp, chandelier and shade centres, has another prime location available oi the new Centre Village Mall in Leth- bria'qe for qualified indivi- duals. 12 Canadian now open Systems and Buying power of a major chain. Complete training program Investment lequired Exception earning poten- tial "CUP AND MAIL" Address Cily Phone LIVING LIGHTING ITD. SuiJe 300, 48 Yonge Street, I Toronto 1, Ontario, Phone I 1 363-5166 or 363-5167, Mr. i E. K. Loyst, President. i "Would you care to wash or At Eaton's now INTRODUCES HY ESTRIN V S .q n A i SUEDE AND LEATHER CLEANING REFINISHING WE DON'T MEAN TO BRAG BUT WB. SUEDES" SECRET AND UNIQUE PROCESS FOR SUEDE AND LEATHER CLEANING IS THE BEST YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE. WC HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE, THE PROPER EQUIPMENT AND NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRYCLEANING AP- PROVED METHODS. ENDORSED BY CANADA'S LEADING MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDED BY ALL LOCAL DEPARTMENT AND SPECIALTY STORES i i ALSO ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS I m CLEANERS ONE-HOUR DRY CLEANING SERVICE 112 8th St. South COLLEGE MALL 327-8116 328-8211 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY MAH ORDERS ALSO GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION the wig with a scalp like skin Part it the way YOU want! Part it 'icjht part it left any way you want, Thrro's cxpcsetl netting, thr? uniquft "skin" {hat looks likn own scalp. Skin plicity', wiq with the rnonlcJorJ r.cnlp I ho big advance in wicjcjcry. And of r.oui i! super-manncji'able 'caur.c it'r. 1 fityhv, withou) cur I pinning or loading. I could for in a vvjrj including a smarJiing colour choice. Conic try it nci.v oi Ealon'.s only 42.00 'P- fj'ri. C.T. Pcrsonol Shopping only VVicj Boutique, Main Floor EATON'S ;