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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THB LETHBRIDGE HERAID WeJnjidoy, Seplombar JO, 197J the grab bag MAUREEN JAMIESON CJOMEONE once told me llie best way to strengthen my character is to do at least two things I dis- like every day. Well, I get up and I go to bed. Neither has had any noticeable effect on my moral fibre so far, but I keep trying Speaking of bed, more and more people are over- coming ttie crumpled sheet syndrome, according to the Consumers' Association oC Canada, by putting perman- ent press at the lop of their sweet-sheet popularity poll. CAC ran tests which showed that wearability of the polyester-cotton blends rated higher than plain old cotton. They also advise us that the higher the yarn count, or density of weave, the longer the sheet will last. Immigrating to Canada from south the border is a brand new instant chocolate. Swiss Miss is the brand name, and it's slated to appear on supermarket shelves in time to ward off the chill whiter. The big Swiss Miss feature is that it comes com- plete with its own special dry milk added. All you need do to turn out a steaming cup of old-fashioned hot chocolate in an instant, is add boiling water. I've just fallen madly, passionately in love with a anonymous nutritionist. This dear, sweei, loveable person is starting a campaign for bigger and better snacking. Good snacks take on nutritional importance for people like me, who don't go in for the stereotyped three-squares a day, he says. Wonderful! I'll haul the cookie jar out of its hiding place in the washing machine. From now on who cares if anyone catches me furtively nibbling on a goody? No snitchin' from the kitchen! The word is out about the second national Pillsbury Bake Off. Mom hasn't got it all to herself this year. Dad, young Ponsonby Junior and sweet little Formaldehyde can get into the act also. Information is available at Pillsbury Canada 234 Eglinton Ave. E., Toronto. And to sweeten your favorite people for winter, how about a recipe for lemon bars that you can zip through v.ulh your left foot, while your right hand changes the baby and the other one irons hubby's shirt? 1 pkg graham -wafers 1 can sweetened condensed milk cup lemon juice 2 tbsp. grated lemon rind. Beat milk, juice and rind until mixture thickens. Line 8x8" pan with waxed paper. Cover bottom with wafers, then spread a layer of filling over them. Al- ternate wafers and filling, ending with layer of wafers. Top with a butter icing and sprinkle with leftover wafer crumbs. Chill 12-24 hours before cutting. That's all there is to it! HAIR STYLIST Bryan Welsh, formerly of Keith cf London Beauty Salon, Edmonton, hai (ojned our staff. Bryan hai specialized In Hair cutt- Jng, Perms, Coloring, Bleaching, Styling. For Phone Bryan at 328-3650 B. J. Hair Styling Salon Ltd. 506-4th AVE. S., LETHBR1DGE Few premarital sex problems iHE WAIST IS BACK Belts are big news for fall and winter, and matched belt- and shoe ensembles even bigger. Leathers, suedes and exotic synthetics are high on the- list of fashion favorites, with buckles that are 'big, small, plain or intricate. Fashion- Canada features a selection That's designed to suit every taste and budget. Grocery retailers advised consumers need information EDMONTON (CP) Consu Triers need more information about the inner workings of the food industry, grocery retailers were told here. Unless more information is provided, the consumers will continue to increase demands for government control, said Sally Merchant, Alberta's con- sumer consultant with the Fed- eral Consumer Affairs depart- ment. Mrs. Merchant said some merchandisers are keeping consumers in the dark deliber- ately. "It's in your best interest to Correction Catholic Charities Thrift Store and Clothes Bank hab made donations to the Leth- bridgc Friendship Centre, anc not the senior citizens' centre as reported last Friday. Elegantly Designed Hats made of MINK! This ladles mink hat is In fashion! Here's style and low price combined to give you the best value for your money. Select from nino face flattering styles In Pastel, Ranch and Black Diamond. Open Daily 9 a.m. 1a 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m, lo 9 College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive >e aware of the consumers' she said. "They're alking in'terms-of control of profit hitting at the roots of ree Fran Cullen, director of the consumers' m arketing section of the provincial agriculture de- partment, said the food indus- ,ry has been unnecessarily de- !ensive, causing additional gov- ernment regulation. Mrs. Merchant and -Mrs. Ciil- en shared a panel discussion with A. Nelson Gahn, vice-pcesi- dent and assistant general man- ager of Home and Pitfield roods Ltd., who said he is con- cerned about "elected reprevn- atives making careless, nils- WeeWhimsv Personalized WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY: The Uthbrutge Herald PRINTING LITHOGRAPHING Cor. 7th St. 5th Ave. S. Phone 327-3203 ending and untrue statements about the food industry." Mr. Gahn called for controls on official statements concecn- ng food prices and profits. By JUDE TURIC Herald Staff Writer 'In premarital relat i o n- said Alaslair Mont, 'you don't hear of too many people having sexual problems. But once they start having a day-to-day intimate relationship, ;he problems begin." Mr. Mont, executive director of the Lethbridge Family Ser- vices, spoke to a group attend- ing the family life series on human sexuality. He said during dating and courting periods, there is "nov- elty, excitement and a high level of intense physical attrac- tion Once married, the couple often finds that other problems such as money or social life, enter into the relationship, and "cause severe conflicts over not-so-intimate he said. In the marriage roles, he said "women cause a lot of the prob- lems they're caught in the confusion of today about what it means to be a housewife. He said the woman wants to be respected and treated as equal to the other sex, bul doesn't know how to go aboul it. "Women are experts in the art of indirect communication n the use of said Mr Mcnt, "Why are we hung up on the ibility to communicate direct y lo tell our spouses wha e want of The problem of communlca tion becomes apparent whe the man approaches and direcl ly makes it known that h wants to make love to his spouse. "Somewhere along the line, said Mr. Mont, "women ge turned off. The man is direc the woman isn't. He said women like to be shown they are appreciated an added, "believe it or not, me want it too." "Many times, a man woul The regular meeting of the Auxiliary to Southland Nursing Home will be held on Thurs- day, Sept. 28 at 2 p.m. at the iome. A good attendance is re- quested as activities for fall will be planned. New members needed and welcome. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the ?raternal Order of Eagles, No. 2100, will hold an officers' meet- ng on Thursday at 8 p.m.'at he home of Mrs, Mary Noss, 1202 15th St. N. Labor laws flouted MANILA (Renter) A 19- hour working day for less than the national minimum wage Is one of the hard facts of life for many women in Manila's labor force. A survey conducted by the Philippine government's bureau of women and minors found that many employers are openly flouting labor laws which guar- anfee a minimum wage anc provide for an eight-hour work- ing day. But, with many unemployed in the Manila area am hundreds of young girls flocking here from the countryside each year, employers have by far the greater bargaining power. Worst off are women employ- ees of bus companies, the sur- vey indicated. Many women working in beauty parlors, dress shrps, department stores and bakeries fare only slightly bel- ter. The survey found that the eight-hour labor law was Ig- nored by at least 16 bus compa- nies. In nine of these women, mostly conductors, started work before six in the morning and finished at 10 at night. Two of every nine women worked unbroken stretches of !9 hours a day, the survey, taken among female employees of bus companies, showed. Only one of the companies studied paid the minimum wage of a month. For this, the employees were required to work 18-hour days. Other companies paid some conductors about 25 cents a trip, while some paid a commission on their daily takings. Ladies of tht Oldtimers Pern mican Club will hold a tea an Dantry table sale on Saturda rom p.m. in the clu rooms, 9th St. and 5th Ave. Donations to the pantry tab appreciated. The monthly meeting of tl Lethbridge and Distri Guiders will be held tonight 7 p.m. at the Scout Hall. Sto procedure will be cxplainec new POH's and 1973 calendar will be available. Each group asked to send a representativ The Ladies Auxiliary to t Original Pensioners and Sen! Citizens Organization will mee on Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym of the civic centre. Bingo w played and lunch served, good attendance is requested. The B r i d g e City Toastmi tress Club will meet tonight 7 p.m. in Room 1 of the civ centre. New members w e to be talked into id Mr. Mont. 'Women aren't the only ones 10 need to be shown they're ed. impress arrives n China PEKING (Reuter) Em- ress Farah Diba of Iran arriv- al here to a tumultous wel- ome at the start of a state visit elieved lo have significant pol- ical undertones. The beautiful wife of the lah of Iran, wearing a pale iue and pink dress, was warm- greeted at Peking airport by remier Chou en-Lai, other Cni- ese leaders and diplomats. Iranian music played through mdspeakers in Peking's gate Heavenly Peace Square anc he empress, travelling in an pen car, waved to childrei jelling out a welcome in Per- ian with flowers. More than you 115 Deople in folk costume art waving streamers, she utet freetings to the empress. Iran, with which China hai inks in ancient times, is ai mpprtant stopping place on "'eking's projected air route t Europe. In communication, he a aid, lie "message the receiver gets usually different from what intended." Mr. Mont said "trust k In- olved in honest communlca- ion, a positive attitude toward our mate and being strong mough to retain your own Iden- ity." The extreme Importance of larenthood was stressed, in hat children learn sexual attt- udes from the time they bahies. "They develop attitudes about masculinity and femininity and carry these over into adult said Mr. Mont. He said marriage partners should "learn to examine what their family was affected them the present situation how it recognize r_______ be aware of it and decide what can be done with the know- ledge." Mr. Mont concluded with three most important points to consider in a marriage rela- tionship; "Knowledge of the phy- sical functions of the male and female; attitudes an aware- ness of self and how family has moulded our attitudes and how they have been carried over; and pressures of everyday life how it effects our ability to relate to our spouse." Next in the series of films and discussions will be teach- ing sexuality to children to be held on Tuesday at p.m. in the Bed Cross building, 1120 7th Ave. S. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "At long last my diet is having an effect Now I can see the numbers." BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY a> P.M. Jackpot 4125 in 53 Number! 12 Gomel In 7 4th 8th Games Doubled in 7 Number! 5 Cardi Jl.OO 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL Lots of mending lo do? A wedding soon? A yen to creative? Rent and Sow with a gorgeout KENMORE ZIG ZAG from Simpsons-Sears. Telephone 328-9231 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Mall For Complete Detail) BIG SAVINGS ON 1972 WALLCOVERINGS SALE! AT GENERAL PAINT WALLCOVERINGS Ready Pasted Dry Sfrippables Vinyls A myriad of colors, designs and textures. Flocks up lo Retail Per Single Roll GENERAL PAINT 1005 3rd Ave. S. 328-9221, 328-9222 ;