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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, October 15, 1971 Confusion about detergents mounts NEW YORK (AP) The t e r g e n t manufacturers' di- lemma over the United States' new position on phosphates is chaincterizcd by one maker's advertisement. A few days after the U.S. sur- geon-genei al advised house- wives to go hack to water-pol- luting phosphate detergents, a full-age newspaper ad asked "Are you confused about deter- Everyone seems to Ijc. The non-phosphate makers, afler two years ot capitalizing on the hubbub over pollution, suddenly find themselves forced to use their ads to defend the safety of their product. They are scrambling to restore con- sumer confidence. "Sure we've had to change our said Cal Geiger- jch, director of Spot Radio Ad- vertising, the house agency for miracle White Non-Polluting Detergent. "The big emphasis now is on the safety of phosphates vs. non-phosphates. It's distracting, but we've got to meet the chal- lenge." The three big phosphate de- tergent makers, Proctor and Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive and Lever Brothers, are sitting tight and saying very little about what direction their advertising will take. The government advised housewives Sept. 16 to go back to phosphate detergents because some substitutes may be caus- tic. Advertisements within a few began to show the new direction. A full-page ad for Arm and Hammer detergent said the product had no caustic soda, phosphates, NTA or en- zymes. It asked whether non-phos- phate detergents are unsafe. The answer in the ad: "No. When properly used, most non- phosphate detergents are com- pletely safe. However, due to their higher alkaline content, their misuse is a greater cause of concern because of possible injurious effects if the deter- gents are swallowed or brought into direct contact with the eyes." A spokesman (or Arm and Hammer said: "That probably will be our only direct response. Like everyone else, we're wait- ing to see how the consumer reacts." The advertising of the heavy- el u t y detergents emphasized their ability to wash clothes cleaner. The non-phosphate Je- tergents piayed on the ecology Iheme. Sudsy streams were shown turning clear when a non-polluting detergent was used. The low-phosphate detergents struck a middle course. In one commercial a teen-ager who complains that her shirt is sus- piciously white is assured by her mother that the detergent is effective with only a small amount of phosphates. The phosphate detergent mak- crs all say they are committed to finding a safe substitute for phosphate detergents already enacted in some states and the 120 bills in 35 states which would ban such detergents or reduce the amount of phos- phate. "We hope the localities will do what Washington sider their said a spokes- man for Lever. TV ratings unkind to the big stars He agreed to the concept of The Man and the City with the hope that it could deal with con- temporary problems. "So far we've done pretty well. We did one show on Mexi- can-American militants and what they are fighting for. But the network turned down a script about the Vietnam war. T o controversial." HOLLYWOOD (AP) Along with James Garner, Shirley MacLaine, Tony Curtis, James Stewart and other film stars who ventured into series this fall, Anthony Quinn is fighting for his television life. The ratings have not been kind to the big stars. Audiences refuse to be dazzled by the glamorous names; long-run shows continue to dominate the Nielsen ratings. Quinn, star of ABC's The Man ana the City, refuses to enter the battle of the numbers. Says he: "Numbers have always bugged me. I know it sounds -1 Cll j. Ill Co silly, but I don't even want to know how much money I have. I'm afraid if I find out I'm rich, I might lose my ambition." Competing with the long-run Mannix on Wednesday night, The Man and the the mayor of a southwestern an uphill fight. In Business the Nielsen ratings for the week ended Oct. 3, the show finished 66th out of 67 programs. REALIZES HAZARDS Why would he turn to the haz- ards of a TV scries? "Thats what director-writer Richard Brooks asked me the other he said. "He wanted to know how I could stand working so hard. "I told him to ask Bill Holden or Glenn Ford or any of us who came up through the big-studio era. We made B piclures in nine days. So making an hour TV show h i c h is 15 minutes so tough in seven days. Quinn admitted that the tele- vision gold attracted him. But most of all, he turned to TV Ire- cause of the uncertainly of the movie business. "In the old days we had Ihe father images like Louis B. Mayer, Irving Thalberg, Darryl Zanuck, whn took responsibility ar.d saw things through. Now you've got dozens of producers who are interested in making deals, not pictures. You never know who to trust. The movie business is such a grab-bag now." decli ne TORONTO (CP) Business failures in Canada during Au- gust dropped to their lowest level in two years. Dun and Braristreet, a credit-reporting agency, reports. August failures totalled 145, down 21 per cent from 184 in July. The August figure was the j lowest monthly total since Au- gust, Dollar liabilities resulting from the failures totalled S10.7 million, less than half the 6 million in July. Ontario and Alberta reported the sharpest drop in failures. All provinces reported a decline except British Columbia. Military costs ill FLQ crisis 'Eskimo'' tulips bloom in the fall EAST LANSING, Mich. (AD Michigan .S'lale Uni- versity researchers have re- ported what could bn a tulip spring bulbs that bloom in fall. "Eskimo" lulips bloomed n early October at the uni- versity after being frozen since January. "Wo just postponed spring until fall had said Dr. August De Herlogh, hor- ticultural researcher i n charge of an eight-year Dutch bulb project. hit 82.7 million OTTAWA (CP) The bill for use of military forces to main- tain order during the Quebec civil crisis a year ago amounted to A written reply in the Com- mons Wednesday from Defence Minister Donald S. Macdonald said those costs incurred in late were expenses additional to normal pay and maintenance costs for the troops involved. Of tlie total extra costs, was spent in Quebec province and in the 01- I tawa area, where troops were engaged in security duties. The Quebec government has been released from its legal ob- ligations to pay the extra costs. The troops were called out after the kidnapping of British diplomat James Cross and Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte by members of the Front dc Liberation dti Quebec. Mr. Laporte was killed and Mr. Cross subsequently freed. S3 MILLION GIFT NEW YORK (Renter) A Columbia University nlnmnns, archilcct-painler Julian Clar- ence I-cvi, has- left the institu- tion million, one of the larg- est bequests it has received. EATON'S SUPER SATURDAY An exciting group of values that qualify for "Super Better be prompt as many of the items are in limited quantity. Personal Shopping Only] Panti Hose Sh! Can't Tell Panli hose are knit of nylon and lycra. Nude heel. Sizes: Medium ond Large. Colours: White and Qfi Sahara. SPECIAL Hosiery, Main Floor Price Clearance Dusting Powder and Bath Lotion Regular 2.50 to 7.50. Vi Price Clearance of dusting powder, after bath lotions etc. 1 9C 7K SPECIAL...................... I -C3 to C. I U Cosmetics, Main Floor Men's Timex Watches Regular 12.95 to 15.95. Selection of men's Timex watches. Sryles of Super Thin Dress Model, Sprite Calendar, Marlin ond Viscount Automatic. Q QQ 1 O "7C O.Sw fo Watches, Main Floor Limited Quantities. SPECIAL___ Handbags Variety of styles in handbags. Double or single handles, Simulated leathers in the shiny wet look or dull finishes. Snap top or flap closings. Colours: Beige, Tan, Wine, Brown and Black. C QQ 7 QQ Handbags, Main Floor SPECIAL Girls' Farmerette Jumper and Pant Sets Regular 9.99. Colourful plaid. 100% bonded acrylic fabric. Sizes 7 to 14. Colours: Red, Blue. O QQ SPECIAL w Girls' Jumper and Pant Sets Regular 9.99, Gay plaids in Brown or Red tones. 100% bonded acrylic. Sizes 7 to 14. QQ SPECIAL Women's Slippers Price Regular 3.00 to 5.00. We have taken slipper oddments from our regular stock and marked them down to half price. Broken sizes. Colours: Navy, A O Cfl Red, White and Yellow. SPECIAL to C-Wll Sh! Can't Tell Panti Hose All this merchandise is made by one of Canada's top-notch Hosiery Mills. This is the same garment thai sells at 2.00 a pair. Top qualify line. Fits 95 to 150 Ibs. One 19 colours to choose from. SPECIAL 990 990 Pgnti Hose Sh! Can't Tell Regular panti hose with smooth knit legs and mesh pant. One size. 6 colours to choose from. SPECIAL Panti Hose Sh! Can't Tell Sheer to the top panti hose. Smoolh plain kmf with sewn elastic at waist and special knitted insert at crotch. _One size fits 95 150 Ibs. 11 colours to choose from. 990 Supp Hose Sh! Can't Tell Support hose of nylon ond lycra. Plain knit. Sizes Colours: Sahara, White. O OQ SPECIAL O.C3 Boys' G.W.G. Cord Pants Regular 2.98. Vi boxer G.W.G. Blue Tie Die Cord Ponls that are fully washable. They wear longer because they are made stronger. 100% cotton. QQ Sizes 2-4-6. SPECIAt I Girls' Shirts Regular 3.29. long sleeve shirts in two popular de- signs. Machine washable. Colours: Brown, Blue, Red, Mauve and Green. Sizes 7 to 14. SPECIAt 2.49 Teens' Shirts Regular 3.99. 100% nylon, long sleeves. Machine wash- able. 2 styles from which to choose. Colours: Brown, Blue, Red, Green, and Mauve. O "70 SPECIAL I 9 Girls', Boys' Wear, Main Floor Girls' Cotton Sleepwear Regular 99c. Printed cotton gowns and shortalls at out- standing clearance savings. Red and Blue print on Beige background. Sizes: 3 to 6x. SPECIAL pair Girls' Wear, Main Floor Men's One Pant Suits All wool fabrics. Single and double breasted models. Regular, shorts and tails. Broken patlerns and sizes in the group. Colours: Blue, Green and Olive. QQ SPECIAL 13.3U EXTRA PANT 9.99 Boys' V-Neck Pullovers Regular 3.99. 100% Acrylic Fibre. Fully washable. Neck and waist have contrast trim. Sizes: -I QQ Colours: Blue, Gold ond Green. SPECIAL I .WW Boys' Cardigans Regular 4.99. 100% acrylic fibre. Fully washable. Sizes: Colours: Blue, Green and Gold. O AQ SPECIAL Men's Sweaters Two Styles. 1. Long point collar with 4 button placket. 2. V-neck pullover. 100% pure wool. Sizes: Colours: QQ Red, Navy, White and Plum. SPECIAL....... I I Men's Leather Gloves Fleece lined. Made in Czechoslovakia. Sizes: 8 to 11. Colours: Grey, Chocolate, and Tan. C QQ Men's, Boys' Wear, Main Floor SPECIAL Scarf and Beret Set Acrylic knits in plain and multi coloured pattern. Beret style with long scarf with fringe. QQ SPECIAL O.33 Skinny Rib Pullovers Regular 10.00. Ribbed orlon. Long sleeve, turtle neck. Zipper closing at neck back. Sizes: Colours: Red, Black, White or Navy. C QQ SPECIAL O.35J "Lioness" Wigs Regular 39.95. "Kaneklon" fibre wigs. Softly curled wilh longer back. One size. Assorted natural OQ Q7 Wig Bar, Main Floor colours. SPECIAL ___ Boys', Misses', Women's Jog Shoes Vinyl uppers, rubber soles. Puma style. Colours: White with Gold, Blue, Green trim. Sizes: Misses' 12 to 3; Boys' 1 to 5; Women's 5 to 9. SPECIAL 4.49 Shoes, Main Floor Bra and Panti Set Regular 4.00. For soft control. Machine washable. Pull on style bra with matching bikini pantie. Plain or O QQ prints. Antron nylon and lycra spandex. SPECIAL CiWw Pantie Girdle Regular 11.00. Well known maker. Long leg. May be used with garters or as pantie hose support. Sizes: Colour: White. Lycra and satin finish stretch 7 QQ nylon. SPECIAL I -W3 Peignoir Sets Pretly gown with matching duster. Waltz length. Polyester and cotton. Lace trim. Sizes: Q QQ Colours: Pink or Mint, SPECIAL Peignoir Sets Full lengh gown with matching Housecoal. Floor lenqth. Nylon Tricot. Applique (rim. Sizes: 4 4 QQ Colours: Pink or Aqua. SPECIAL I Lingerie, Main Floor Q5 Viking Electric Range Regular 269.95. Infinite heat switches, rotisserie, auto- matic clock with timer, pre-heat oven control, plug-out surface elements, removable self-standing oven door, sculp- tured recessed top. Colour 10.00 extra. SPECIAL Viking Stereo Viking Spanish Credenza. 40 wall chassis with separate power transformer; AM and FM solid state radio plus a new Garard 5-200 automatic record player. 6 speeikeri and push button controls. One Only. SPECIAL......... Home Entertainment, Second Floor Viking Gas Dryer Automatic dryer with lint filter and special drying rack mounted on the door for convenience. Safety QR start switch and magnetic door catch. SPECIAL SiVWawW Major Appliances, Second Floor Asst's. Coffee and End Tables Regular 31.95 to 119.00. Mostly one of a kind in various styles including French Provincial, Contemporary, Modern, Colonial, Italian Provmcic SPECIAL 27.95, 89.00 One Only. SPECIAL Redi-Bed Regular 349.00, Colonial style. Rust coloured. Deep 5" foam cushions wrapped in plush dacron. Bed unfolds to 54" double bed with Sealy Guard Mattress. 9QQ flfl One Only. SPECIAL fcWW.UU 3-Piece Bedroom Suite Regular 569.00. French Provincial Bedroom suite in beauti- ful cherry veneers with rich cherry finish. Suite includes 63" triple dresser wilh 50" x 32" framed mirror, 5 drawer chest and headboard. Furniture, Second Floor Drapes Designs include a shaded stripe, a modern stripe and two floral patterns. They are finished with pinch pleated headings and hooks with 3" hems. Colour combinations of or x 15.95 poir 2 w x 19.95 pair x 15.95 pair 2 w x 19.95 pair Hopsacking Shorlie Drapes Regular 25.95. Hopsacking shortie drapes with a "perma press" finish in colonial and large floral design. Finished with a pinch pleated heading and hooks with 3" hems. Colours: Brown with Gold or Tangerine. 4 OO 144" wide x 45" long, SPECIAL....... pair Acrylic Drapes A new "Man Made" acrylic fabric. Drapes softly and washes without shrinking or stretching. Needs little or no ironing. pinch pleated heading with hooks ond 3" hem. Open weave with a wide vertical shaded stripe. Colour: Shades of Green, Red, Tangerine. x 36.99 pair 3w x 55.49 pair Eatonia Pillows Regular 9.50. each. Goose down and feather. Feather- proof, downproof licking. Size 21" x SPECIAL Tex-Made Flannelette Sheets Ibex flannelette sheets. Whip stitched hems. Border stripes in Blue, Gold, Green and Rose. Sizes: 70 x Regular 4.95. SPECIAL 3.95 80 x Regular 5.95. SPECIAL 4.75 Household Linens, Second Floor Skyway Flight Bag Regular 29.95. Deluxe dobby weave nylon. 2 pockets out- side one inside shoe pocket. Full length zipper. Colours: Blue and Olive. -f Q QQ SPECIAL I Matching Sport Bags. SPECIAL 5.99 Luggage, Lower Floor Bissell Carpet Sweeper Bissell's answer to the problem of caring for shags. Specific- ally designed to sweep shag rugs with fibres 4 QQ one inch or longer only. SPECIAL I Housewares, Lowar Flood Typewriters, Adders and Metal Goods Royal "200" Typewriter 44 keys with 88 characters 2 colour ribbon with touch ronlrol margin release. Paper support. Available in Pica cr Elite type. Grey colour. I" J nf SPECIAL 04.30 Majestic Mark II Adding Machine The right machine for homo or small business use, and at an all time low price. Lists 7 and totals 8 columns, provides rapid mulfiplycalion. Handy correction key for errors. Modern compact design with concealed tape hous- ing. Solidly built on a metal frame. CO Art SPECIAL...............................Oa.uu Majestic MK IV Electric Adding Machine Lists 10 and totals 11 digits. Two colour ribbon. Non add key. Automatic ropool key. Aulomalic clear key. Modern compact design in an attractive, two-tono QC grey colour. SPECIAL Underwood 450 Portable Typewriter Heavy duly portable at a Special Sale Price. Features 43 keys. Adjustable touch tuning, 10" carriage, adjustable paper guide, 4 position lino space lever. Outer carrying case of grey moulded plastic, QQ QC SPECIAL O3.OO Steel Storage File Economy Space Saver with largo storage compartments. Top opens to filing section with A to Z index. Lower door opens to spacious storage compartment with shelf. Separate lock and key for each section. Colours: Tan and Grey. Size: 30" x 13" x O QQ SPECIAL, each I Personal File All metal construction wih sturdy handle. Heavy full lenglh piano hinge. Complete with set of man ilia folders. Lock with two keys. Colours: Olive or Tan. A QQ SPECIAL, each............................ 2 Drawer Filing Cabinets Hero's an opporunity to purchase a 2 drawer heavy gunge steel filing cabinet at a special sale price. Ideal for either homo or office. Tan r.olour only. Q QQ Lclter size. SPECIAL, each I WiWW 4 Drawer Filing Cabinet Three only, selling at this low, low price. All steel con- struction. Letter size. Plunger typo lock that locks all 4 drawers. Baked or enamel finish. Aluminum drawer pulls. Motal card holders. Tan colour only. Ofl SPECIAL, each OUtUU Typewriters, lower Floor Shop Eaton's Tonight until 9 and Saturday 9 to ;