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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuoilny. Ami 1, 1772 THE UTHBRIDCt aris mil t e s n I or spring wj'H swi pwiwili tOOlll MATERNITY IN MODE Models display male.nily fashions from Tcr al Bantine, a Latin Qoorler boutique in Paris, where ihe pregnant look is expected to become de riaueur this spring rooardless of the lady's condition. Although !he silhouette is molernal, ,h" of ,hL new slyle is pre-kinclergarten wilh delicate l.ce ond cyclel frills galore._______ _______........_................._________..............._-.....- 1'AUIS (API If you look pregnant these (lav.-, yu'.i had hL'Uer not show your lace on the street. The new spring clolhcs are in the boutiques, and their shape can't c.scape nolice. So, nil self-respecting I'arisiennes jirctendinrj to have a in front The tent's the tiling even though the French call the look more diplomatically I lie or flared. In any case, to flaunt yonr flat stom- ach in a light sweater is to lose your reputation ion-wisc, at Everything trcini an cyeict smock" to lUigecdy Ann apron out from the chest. II slops from the navel lo the knee and, en route, hides whatever you've got, including your This delights almost from the obesity crnv.d to "fu- tures mamans'' who like to set fashion for a change. a contemporary touch, the tent gees over blue jeans. cuffed to show off the new- clumsy ankle-strap shoes that really slow you The heel is inches hipii, with or without a wedge. The in-shoo is in silver lame, and the elito wear it with green anklo SOCkS. Hmv does it fee! to be preg- nant for a day? "Great." sav- in chorus the two Nicolc.s of a Latin Quarter bou- tique which lias been catering lo malcrnily fashion inslincls since last summer. "The lent makes fat Kirls look thinner and thin falter." savs blonde Nicole, "Hul if are very very coi rccl-s brunclte Nicole, mergency call traced by operator M tJ.XTKK A 1, rcl'i No otminn' nl v.ill keep rh leclii ni unless un- i le ik'nlal fhiss is used dnily, j si says I Jr. Karl M Ik'rslienlield. In ;i lecturer in piTKjflonlics ;it Mctiitl University. a "lirushiiH! v.ill not prevent h' leeth from decaying even if a person brushes aflei1 every hittf t nf Ijf-cause a brush is lin- able tu gel hcUvccn teeth where 1 liiirumuliitccl bacteria) Ur. HersbenficliJ told: a meeting nf derilisls in Mont- "My 1'iinm-n is e-hil-' bru.Oi i'- iho v.iiich x-ll. V.'c v.llii miilU'rs, sliouhi lirr iiM-ri liu-in huv. rbikli'Ctl "Hul I've liui'.hmy iuulil Lrusii Icetli and alone v.iH iim uu" tn UNC: Hir simT i'f -Ml IK- only cnlcnon Uikc's in nyw ,-i hnish poison siiuulii I'OiiMder i can't roncli. 'I'lis-l's ,-is- iyiTiK ii Kjcitlilji'ii'-h. A .soft I sumes sucii THE BETTER HALF By Barnes SOMEIU'Il.LK, Mass. (M'i- "My mother's on (lie floor and j she' needs said the little girl's voice on the telephone. A telephone operator. Eve- lyn BcrganSino. tried ilcspur- As it lakes atjmil 24 hours for nbtjue. lo fonu. llv're i.s no point in brushing usint; mnrc; [ban mire a He Unit toothpaste "is atcly lo fict the jjirl to pivc a nc-r-.sary iirijuncl in tlic lier'namc and address, her case lei-tli." answers v.ere unclear. "The only value to be found in The operator immediately toothpaste n zmuny. those which :had leclmieians trace the call i contain flimnilc." and even tliat ami patch :i line lo police, is niirainal IICCIUIM the .strennlh i vhillc tO'ing to keep the 1 of fluorine diminishes durinp speaking." "w mijiiufacturiiw process. The girl was .Julie I'olleys. and her call Friday drought itn! or xum di.seasw cent of all ehil- i help to her mother, Patricia dren and n per cent ol adults. Pollcys, 36, v.'lio had collapsed Dr. Hcrshenfield said. floor in .1 diy- i. _........ ;..r-- 3 he hosn't cone into his second childnood. Ho on his first one.' concci'ns him is that it on her kitchen i belie shock. (ieii! preventable if the piib- The telephone company pin- lie is educated aboui its lec'.li. pointed the location of the i Most people accept lilcedini; bouse where police found -Mrs. Rums as a natural sign of apnifi. Pollcys unconscious. lie said, "it is not normal. She was taken to hospital Also not correct are assiuup where the was reported hi sat-: tions that apples wilt clean leelh isfactory condition after treal- and that a woman's teeth suffer men! (iurinK ,lulic (old polite: "I just Exploding sucli niyllis is part picked up Ihe phone and called of the education process, said (I fiko my mother taught me." I Or llersheniicld. AFTERNOON TEA TRAIN In Weekend Mogn: re VH- Shcentr Patterson writes cbout o I'iM- lonq cclfc-ction c', Vic.orJon olljc ju-.t p.fjccd 't'-J' in 'ypird Golubeig 1r adit ion. Rc-ccI choLJf AJ 1omoon Tea Traio fhol'j heading icr n performance. IN YOUR IETHBRIOGE HERALD MAGAZINE Ann Landers DEAR ANNT T.AN'nERS: Six months ago our son Jack an- nounced his pkins to married, At that lime ho asked his younger brotlicr Dan to be bis best man. Don said lie would. Since tliat Lime Uon has a full beard and moustache and bis hair is quite a hit longer. F am the mother and while I am not crazy about I'HR way the looks lie does keep himself clran and ncnl. Incidentally, Jack is and Don is 19. Last night .Lick's fiancee was here for dinner. She said she would not allow Don to he in the wedding party unless he cut off the beard and shortened his hair, Don said he bad no intention of doing oilhi-r nr.d that unless he was acceptable a.s he is, he would attend the wedding even as a This has crcMed ;i serious problem in our family and we don't know what to say or do. Will you give us the benefit of your and experience? For Crabs In Evans ton DEAR UP IX KV: The choice of the best man Is one of (lie few privileges "f (he groom. If he selects King Kong, the bride should go along wilh his choice. I hope your future daughter-in-law changes her mind. If Don does not attend the wedding she will nave created a rift between brothers that could last a lifetime. This is no way to start a marriage. ANN Recently T went shopping wilh my wife ami bought her a beautiful beaver coat for lier birth- j day. She was thrilled and il rlid my heart good until some- thing happened that took all the joy out of it. Janet went (o a club meeting where, nti ecology authority was the prin- cipal speaker. On her way out a woman .she scarcely knew stopped her, tugged at lier bearer sleeve and said, ''People who are interested in ecology should not be wearing the skins j of wild animals." Janet was so taken aback she didn't even answer. When Janet lold mr abonl it tonight T said I'd never heard the conservationists say anything about preserving beavers. They are concerned only with endangered species such as leopards, oilers, cheetahs, tigers, and jaguars, My j wife thought tin; same, but now she's uncomfortable about i wearing her fur coat so it just hmigs in the closet. I (old her I would write and ask for yonr views. She said, fiiu'.'scl. Tf Ann Landers says it's O.K. lo wear it, I'll wear it.'' VYhnl 'In say. Ann? Pur Her, DFJAIl A.T.: Never mind what J say, but here's what the authorities say: Heavers are wild animals but they are net in danger of becoming extinct. The supply by far exceeds the j demand. There is no logical reason lo boycott the heaver, or ranch mink, or racoon or muskrat or of ether furs. I strongly .snnpnrt the pmtt'Clion of animals who are in danger of cxiiuclion, to destroy an entire industry for emotional reasons is slnpid DKAH LANDKF.S: You have frequently cautioned wotnen agninsl 1-aring 1 heir stuns and telling a fiance or n husband a past iJuiL-icretion. This is excellent advice? anil T hope your male readers that it goes for (hem, too. Afuir 1-1 years of uliM 1 thought was a solid marriage my fnisbsnd uncorked sickening delails of an affair he barl been It jiving for four >rnrs and announced, 'It's over now" I sat slunnrd as br nirlyruos of dcceittion the, msslcrful urlv.nj-L ni lies. Whnt a >ilov; to my self ester nil How could I born so completely Althnuph his confession made nearly a year and he has been a nnnlel husband in rveiy sense of the word, I find il difficult lo heliuve anything he says, f hale myself for my lack of Irnsl luil I can't help it. I know his feeling of guilt made him confess, but how I lie bad e to a clergyman. He expressed enormous relief after he delivered himself of Iho burden, but hei did not really dispose of it, he has handed il (r> me. Point In Portland DKAH H.P. IN' PORTLAND: Thanks for letting us know that the- shoe can pinch, even when it's ou the other fool. Such usually eonlain elcmenls of punishment wholhrr HIP "pemlenl1' il or not, Are yon, or somronr sou care about messing around or il? Are dnigs bad? What about pot In moderation? Ann Landers' new booklet. "Straight TJope on Drills'1 separates (he fad from the ficlion For each booklet ordered f.rml a dnllnr bill, plus a iong self-addressed stampcfl envelope, wilh ifl cents worlh of .stamps (o Ann banders, Box xvifi, Chicago, Illinois Test drive a Datsun and choose your ewn Canadian vacation Datsuns are good, and we want lo prove il lo you. The best way lo do Ihia, is lo give you a lest drive. That's why we're making this offer: come for a lesl drive and drop your coupon in Ihe participating Dalsun dealer's entry box. If yon win Ihe draw (and remember, there are 75 we'll give you a CP Air Canadian travel voucher. We'll also give you cash just so you can travel anywhere in Canada and have a good lime. Everyone who test drives a Datsun during the contesl period will receive a collection of scenic Canadian prints. Come in a If you one ol the 75 prizes, you'll gel !o know M rmrnlry a liltlfi bettor, your counlry a liltln bettnr, ]f you lest drive a Datsun, you'll got lo know our car a lilllc boiler, And we know you'll be imnrosRRd. a V B jflS this entry forrn ;o your Datsun and IPS! drive n 107? Dntc-un Choose your own Canadian vacation TEST DRIVE VALIDATION in Canadian vacations 01 icm oat KSS eoa mi ma Rsa FOREIGN CAR (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. Corner 3rd Avc. and llth St. 5. PHONE 328-9651 G. AND S. SALES AND SERVICE LTD. 437 Victoria St., Box 645 EUAfRMORE, ALBERTA m, 562.2134 CARDSTON FARM SERVICE LTD. 124 Main St., Rox 82D CARDSTON, ALBERTA TH A53-334A ;