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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 9, 1974 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALb-31 Old fashions are big news Designers bring back seamed nylons FLORENCE, Italy (AP) Styles for ready-to-wear clothes this fall and winter range from delightful fantasies of color to nostalgic memories of the past. Ferragamo and Enzo Russo scored big hits with flattering collections emphasizing swinging fluid lines in co ordinated ensembles in showings. Ferragamo, like a number of other designers, reintroduced stockings with seams Enzo Russo placed his hems at the top of the calf level. This and the true midcalf length are the most popular daytime levels presented Some designers dipped into the past for inspiration Pan- caldi of Bologna unashamedly called his collection nostalgia" and presented pale, pale slates and creams, embroidered or printed with roses, evoking pressed flowers and old photographs Pam Pam offered veiled hats, wide shoulders and midis to make the lady -look like a vamp, while Guarnera's collection, based around paisley prints and long flowing elegance, made her a romantic heroine. "This is the poor girl's fur" said Noni Sport's Toni Abound, describing his "winter sand" knitwear collection. The clothes, in a pale tweed and pale mohair, included three-piece suits and evening cardigans set with glittering bands of spangles One boutique designer de- scribed the over-all trend of the collections as an "expensive look." Another spoke about "the return of chic." Though designers looked in many directions for inspiration, they generally came up with a distinctively "fashionable" look. A relative isw presented sportswear as a major part of their collections Melloni, fur- rier from Milan, showed high collared tentlike fur jackets over form fitting stretch pants. Viscardi had some interesting corduroy knickers and boots Natural and dyed furs stood out constructed in stripes and patterns and Assunta showed some remarkable reversible fur coats Court reporters use stenomask TORONTO (CP) Charlotte Graham, 29, is a rookie provincial court reporter who uses a stenomask-dictapone to record court proceedings She has this nightmare- She is asked in court to re- peat some statement made by a lawyer or witness. But something has happened and she cannot answer because she either was not operating her stenomask properly or she flubbed transferring the state- ment to the machine's dicta- phone tape A stenomask is a microphone embedded in a mask covering the operators nose and mouth The operator identifies each speaker and repeats every word he hears into the machine. What if their machines conk out? What if there are gaps in recording of testimony9 Could there be accusations that someone has tampered with the tapes'1 Charlotte's boss. Tom Moran. does not think it would ever come to that, but concedes stenomask- dictaphone machines sometimes fail He said the tapes used on the machines are tamper- proof and may be transcribed or checked by someone oiher than a court reporter Easter soon here Flowers and bunnies seem to go well together at Easter. But these furry friends began to get hungry and decided to nibble away at the tulips and daffodils. Marianne and Karen caught one just in time, but they let Peter Rabbit take a few extra bites before he was carted back to his cage. Sears the place for 'faded' denims... 98 for teens Wo ve cjono OVPI boat rl for cjKMt mpc- dyc'd cotton rlonim coordinates So will you when you fool thc'ir lush biushecl tpxkiic- SOP tho soft blue shadings and fab slylos All are machine-was Teons sizes 10 lo 14X Battle jackoi 11 98 Joans zip fionl 9 98 Shorts zip fronl 4 98 Salopetle embroidery on bib fionl 12 98 Denims not shown Jeans 12 98. Jack shut 12.98 A-hno skirl 8 98 T-Shirt Coordinates m machine-washable cotton knit Sizes 12 14 14X Short-sleeved shut 4.98 Striped lank 4.98 gallery rnn TFFNS at Simpsons-Sears you get the driest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Centre Village Mall 2nd Avt. and 13th St. North Open daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED FRIDAY, April 12 Phont 328-9231 Step into comfort and value, with quality footwear for boys Save Boys' leather bush boots It's a tough, cold world outside so give him all the foot Req 99 protection he needs. Buy him a psir of these strong, comfortable glove leather boots. Rugged Q Q composition soles, heels. Smart moccasin vamp. Riveted I 57 57 at stress points. 6" high. Golden Brown. Full sizes 1-5, EE I I width. 8" as above. Reg. a Everyday low price! Boys' Sahara boots The alltime favourite, Sahara boots. Suede leather uppers, genuine crepe rubber soles, heels. Beige. Sizes (medium) width. Buy a pair today! Smart 'n' casual Boys' leather casuals Featuring stylish moccasin vamp, full grain suede leather uppers, crepe rubber soles, heels. Smart wedge heel. Beige suede. 3-6, D (medium) width. Simpsons-Sears Lid, 1499 at Simpsons-Sears you gel the finest guarantee satitfaction or money refunded and Iree delivery Centre Village Mall 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North Open daily a.m. to p.m Thursday a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED FRIDAY, April 12 Phone 328-9231 ;