Portland observer. (Portland, Or.) 1970-current, October 16, 1975, Page 5, Image 5

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The logiatira
are complcled and the
Portland City Council will, in the near
future, have the opportunity to deride
whether the new prupoaal preaented by
Youth Manpower merita funding
Leun Johnaon, director of Youth
Manpower, ia hopeful aa he feela a
wider »cope in employment ia nereaaary
if youth are to be brought into the
working mainstream successfully.
Youth Manpower serves the age
group from 14 22 Heretofore, the pro
gram offered jobs through non profit
organizations such as the forest service,
public works, the school district and the
emergency home repair program
Initiation of the propt
would permit expansio
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begin getting youth familiar with thia
employee.
The
employer
can
then
by the employer.
A t the end of six
months, ninety days, or whatever it
takes, the employer has a trainee
familiar with company policy. He's gone
through a probationary type of period
and hopefully became a productive
services, w e will contact the person and
say, "Iaxtk Johnny, get up and be at
work on time or else you are out."
“Another advantage' to an employer
is that the trainee will learn the
business from ground up, an invaluable
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"Under the
mi
ne
M aybe i t ’a som ething he has no
particular interest in, therefore he lags,
and maybe fazes out The new proposal
offers a more diversified choice
I t ’s
broader in scope. The real labor market
is in the private sector.
We need to
•Jantzen B e a c h
C e n te r
M a rk 's H a llm a rk Shop
has something to offer the
early Christmas shopper
gift soaps in a variety of
delightful fragrances gua
ranteed to mpke bathing a
sensuous experience.
In stock for the first time
at M ark’s, these soaps em
phasize the “back to na­
tu re ' tre n d
w ith such
scents as almond, buttercup
and melon. Choices include
decorator soaps e x p e rtly
designed by skilled Hall­
mark artists.
fo r the active w o m a n of to d a y
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A new nai
for a Northwest
Shoppers Can ’’Scent” buys for holidays
S tyling b y Sonja, an " e n tic in g ” look
Stoppers passing the attractive Merle Norman Cosmetics
shop in the central mall have been stopping consistently for
an interested look
The object of their interest is a display of wigs containing
a variety of enticing styles and colors for fall. The display
is the work of Sonja Shepard, talented stylist Sonja is on
hand to sell and style wigs and hair pieces 10:00 a.m. to
2:00 p m Tuesdays thru Fridays, and 10:00 a m to 6:00
p.m. Saturdays.
“It doesn't m atter whether a wig has been purchased in
this shop or somewhere rise,” Sonja said, "W e are always
happy to meet new people and offer our styling service and
advice on all phases of wig care "
"Some people may think wig styling at Merle Norman is
more expensive than at other shops. We want prm pertive
customers to know that they ran take advantage of very
reasonable prices here. For example, comb outs of both
wigs and hair pieces are only $5 00
A high style is just
$10.00 And you pay only $5.00 for a shampoo and set."
"Our customers can be sure of getting the best service.
We have the training and experience to assure them of
quality work."
Sonja has been with Merle Norman for about four
months
Before that she sold and restyled wigs at The
H ouse of Hair sh op in another major shopping renter.
Johnson says. Under the new proposed
plan trainees would be on their own in
direct contact with management. This
way they learn what it takes to be a
useful productive employee in the
competitive private sector of business.
convenience
variety,
Fun,
The Merle Norman shop, Sonja said, features the latest
fashions for fall She invites customers to see such popular
styles as “Linda". "Curly Q", “Elura", and "Curly Shag."
"Customers." she said, “will get a special treat seeing the
'Painted Look' for fall."
Merle Norman will special order any wig not available in
the shop
"W e ran get any wig to a customer within
forty eight hours if it's available in the Portland area,"
Sonja said. “If not. we ran get it in three to Five days."
And what about prices? "I'll answer by quoting a few
specific prices," Sonja answered.
Synthetic fiber wigs
start at $19.95 and the most expensive, the 'Elura' is
$32.50. A 16 inch human hair wig is $29.95 and up."
"The synthetic fiber wig is really an excellent buy for the
money.
They are light weight and heat resistent, and
they're permanently curled Synthetic fiber hair pieces are
also of excellent quality.
They don't need washing or
setting and damp weather does not affect their beautiful
Each designed bar has a
hand carved appearance.
The designs are available in
varieties that appeal to all
ages. On sale, for example,
are children's soaps, such as
curl."
"Diver Davey." featuring a
Said Sonja: "A good quality wig can mean a new and
“Lollipop" fragrance. These
exciting look, for every woman. And it can mean ease and
soaps offer children a play
conveniences for today’s active woman.
Sonja Shepard. Merle Nor elem ent th a t can make
man Cosmetics wig stylist, bath time an enjoyable ad
combs a beautiful "Karen” venture.
The shopper can also
Ahur wig lor Cori Smith.
discover such practical of
ferings as denim soap "poc
kets."
These small, attrac­
tive containers may be put
to a variety of uses
as
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compact travel kits, coin J »
holders or as containers for
sewing accessories.
The
soap pockets are available
in two designs and two
fragrances.
Also in stock are soap
and dish ensembles.
The
fine porcelain soap dishes
from H a llm a rk have a
hand painted look and add a
special touch to the de­
signed soap bars.
The convenient soap on a
rope selection will prove Kim Schukar holds an at
popular with men.
tractive gift offering.
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FAMILY PASS
Good thru October 21, 1975
Good for one free ride
for the family
jn the merry-go-round
at Jantzen J3each Center
FREE G IFT COUPON
Let Wards install it
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Can you love
'The Moon Chair’s’
total comfort.
. . . le t the Bag Shoppe co u n t the
w ays:
This
soft,
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lu n a r
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See the M o o n Choir's
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