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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August Plaids, skirts highlight winter show ROME (AP) Chilly, sophisticated and the kind of woman Italian couturiers Riva and Tita Rossi want this winter. In their winter-fall collections, the two top designers featured simple, swirling shapes with interest focused on sleeve detail. Rossi introduced camel hair cape-coats with sleeves split to mid-upper arm. Riva presented a precision-cut sleeve wound behind the back and around both arms in a wide, wheeling cape shape. The sleeves were seen on clothing suitable for both day and evening on fur-trimmed jackets and coats, softly pleated on ruby- colored cocktail dresses, sweeping the floor on diamante-edged evening gowns. Riva's favorite day colors were among the most colorful of this season's collections- ruby, octane blue, terracotta. Tita Rossi, pushing plaids, went for the black-brown- beige combinations that have dominated winter wear here. For evening, both designers demanded slim velvet with white fur cuffs at Riva, black with matador-style, gold- embroidered revers and tight, tight sleeves at Rossi. In a gentler mood, Rossi also brought out silk jersey and chiffon pastels with skirts sweeping from Rouleau belts and bodices cut and draped to bring out the bust. Andre Laug, who presented his collection earlier Wednes- day, took the swirling silhouette to its limit with his "whirling dervish" creations. -The Herald Family 'Outclasses9for deaf Don't miss out! Shop Eaton's Downtown or phone Buy-Line 328-8811 NOTE: Eaton's Store and Catalogue apply a "small order handling charge" of on each telephone order with a total merchandise value under 5.00. Plastic photo cube Displays six Instamatic-size photos at once Durable plastic Five-year diary With lock and key. Cover in floral or "ancient map" design Jumbo photo album For your favorite photos. Holds 60 Instamatic-size photos Address book For telephone numbers. addresses. Size about 7" x Playing cards Single decks in assorted designs Plastic-coated, easy to clean...... Travel chess set Pegged chessmen with compact 7" x 7W board. Black and white Memo holders Novelty magnets hold notes to metal surface. Pkg of 12, package ___ Fine-tip markers Package of eight in assorted colors. Fine point, package 99 99 99' 99 99 99' 99 0 0 0 0 0 Wide-tip markers Eight felt-tipped markers in assorted colors, package Canada map tea towel Linen towel approx. 18" x 28" Great wall hanging, each...... Five-piece cover set Floral plastic with elastic edges. Five graduated sizes, set Nylon mesh shopping bag Choose from navy blue, brown, black. Approx. 15" x each Oven mitts, low priced Quilted cotton with heat resistant palms. Assorted prints, pair Nylon net bonnet For pocket or purse. Choose black, beige or white colors, each 99 99' 99' 99' 99' 99' Notions, Lower Floor cr I aim at integration I HAT TITAY The toanharv Halifax Dartmouth Svrfr Notions and stationery Shop now through Wednesday, August 21st for these super buysl Shower cap is lined Floral printed plastic. Cotton terry lining. Bouffant style, each Ring style head scarf Great for pocket or purse. Nylon net in assorted colors, each...... Lint roller and refill Adhesive edge attracts dust, hair, lint Purse size, each Skirt and blouse tree Five-tier tree in chrome plated, plastic tipped arms Three-piece cosmetic set Cosmetic bag, coin purse, Spectacle case in assorted colors, set Wooden shoe shine brush Always good to have an extra one on Decorative ball tree Novelty item with colored balls. Black base. For the bookshelf, each Pattern file with index File away those dress patterns and keep them organized. Good buy! Each Shopping bag folds easily Woven plastic bag stretches to fit your parcels. With handles, each.......... shaker set Bird or owl shapes in plastic Buy two' Set ___ Bamboo wood wind chimes Buy the owl, ship or rabbit shaped bamboo chimes for the doorway, each 99' 99' 99< 99' 99' 99' 99' 99' t Insoles for men, women Men's sizes: 6-7, Women's sizes: 4-5, 6-7, 8-9. Two pair per pkg., package Plastic tablecloth In six assorted designs. Approx. 54" x Great for camping, each............... Fantastik lint brush Removes dust and lint from clothes, upholstery, each...... Checkered dish-cloths Heavy cotton in multi-checks. Good size, package Glass ashtrays Square glass ashtrays square. Stock up 99' 99 99' Compact magnet Handy to have when you travel. Pocket size, each u for y y 99' See-through bobbin box Clear plastic box with pegs for holding bobbins, each See-through spool box Contains five compartments with 14 pegs. Plastic, each................. Foam turban for hair-do Keeps hair-do neat. Nylon net with foam band. Velero closing, each Patterned pot holders Six inches square. Apple, lemon, strawberry, orange patterns, pair Dryer folds for storage Ten ribs, 14" long Ribs Vinyl coated with colored pegs, each 99' 99' 99 99' 99' Notions, Lower Floor Check these outs Desk blotter Side panel style. Brown blotting paper. 15" x 22" 199 j 99 199 199 199 extra-dollar val Staunton chess set Weighted, felted plastic pieces. Board extra 599 99' 199 199 199 ]99 2" gr Floor quartet Two inflatable Vinyl hangers. Two lingerie hooks Playing cards Double decks, assorted designs. Plastic coated Jumbo size garment bag Three-hook style. Pull zipper. Asst'd colors. 54" x 19" x each Wooden stools Unfinished plywood. Stands ten inches high, each satin pillow case Fits standard size pillows. Buy two for a gift, each cover for mattress Heavy Vinyl with elastic corners. Twin or double size Heeless rubbers Women's rubbers in handy carrying pouch. Black. Sizes M.L.XL., pair Wooden rack for spoons Solid board in walnut finish. Notches to hold nine spoons, each pillow protectors White cotton with zipper closure. Fits standard sized pillows, pair Nylon rugs are braided Scatter rugs for any room. Approx. 36" x 24" size, Wallet in blue denim Cotton denim wallet with two zippers. Outside pocket. 6Vz" x each denim tote bag Shoulder type bag with side pocket, alum zipper. each Notions, Hi's is the last word Convenience BUY-LINE 328-8811 Shop Eaton's tonight (Thursday) until 9 and Friday to 9 for and extra-dollar valuesl HALIFAX (CP) The teachers have a different type of students at the Burton Ettinger School in suburban all their pupils have severe or profound hearing losses. The 14 children at the school, aged 9 to 14, make up two of the many "outclasses" in Nova Scotia set up by the Inter- provincial School for the Deaf, which has its headquarters in Amherst. "Integration with hearing children in our Mary Barton, one of the teachers, said of the outclass, conceived in the early 1960s as a means to allow deaf children to live at home and attend school like other children. The idea was created through formation of an association of parents of children with hearing handicaps. Previously, all deaf children were sent to the school in Amherst at the age of five William Misener of Halifax, president of the Hearing Handicapped Association, said the parent-founders set up the first fund for teachers and outclasses. This responsibility has since been taken over by the interprovmcial school, which gets its support from the Maritime provincial governments Mr. Misener said these parents deserve the credit for enabling almost all the 400 children registered with the inter- provmcial school to have outclasses in Halifax. Dartmouth, Sydney, Yarmouth and Truro. The latest step has been the addition of French-language and pre-school classes. Mr Misener said the 140 parents who are members of the association complement the work of professionals and schools in bringing in speech therapists, audiologists and psychologists. Other work included organizing annual workshops on deafness and the establishment of a library which lends sign-language books free of charge. The teachers use "total communication implementing speech, sign language and finger spelling said Mrs. Barton. "Academic subjects are taught with speech and auditory training and language as a integral part of each subject." Each pupil has an individual hearing aid which is attached to a system carrying the teacher's voice. Ceha Burns, another teacher, said the school does not discourage the use of sign language, helping to build the child's language ability and reduce the struggle to be understood However. Mrs. Burns said a child with a hearing aid is not cured of its invisible handicap, tor at age 6 the child may have a vocabulary of fewer than 50 words compared with the hearing child whose vocabulary may be to words. Educated women unpopular on today's marriage market VANCOUVER (CP) Pro- fessional matchmaker Marga- ret Worth says the easiest people to marry are women under 40 with modest educa- tions and small-town back- grounds. It's tougher to find mates for educated women, and short men and tall women are not a hot commodity on the marriage market, says Ms. Worth. The proprietor of the Alpha Marriage Bureau, who pre- fers to be known as" Ms. Worth, says she has trouble finding eligible women under 30 to introduce to men regis- tered with her agency. "I think women in this age group may be afraid of mar- riage, and it's a pity, because the men are really decent types." Professional men aren't fussy about their would-be wife's educational level, says Ms. Worth, but professional women almost always want mates who don't move their WeeWhimsy Noel Egenbrooks will be sent the original art for his quote. Send your child's quotation to this paper. lips when they read. Ms Worth, who has matched about 150 couples in the last five years, says about 500 hopefuls are registered with the bureau at any one time. The majority are be- tween 28 and 48 and have similar backgrounds. They are generally in the professional or executive cat- egory, are interested in clas- sical music and ballroom dancing, and read more non- fiction than any other kind of literature Ms Worth says men gener- ally look for a wife about five years their junior. However, men often leave with women a few years older than them- selves "I'm not interested in regis- tering men who want a girl 20 years younger than them- she says About 90 per cent of the women registered are in their 40s, have executive or profes- sional jobs, and seek a man a few years older in a similar vocation. "It's much easier to ar- range introductions for women over 50 who are look- ing for a man who works with his hands. I have quite a lot of carpenters and tradesmen registered." The registration fee ranges from for women in their 20s and old age pensioners to 11 a marriage results. After a new customer regis- Ms Worth checks through her files "I may come up with from six to 10 possibilities, or I might have to wait until someone new registers I'd rather refund the client's fee than be pushed into making an introduction." And then there are the people who seem made for each other, according to their application forms "I can introduce people who meet each other's written specifications exactly, but I can't provide that i n explkcable chemistry that makes them click An electronics engineer who married a woman he met through the bureau feels an agency is a sensible way to tind a wile "If I want someone to cut my hair I don't go to the butcher." he said "When you want a job you go to a personnel agency, and when you want to get mar- ried, you go to a marriage bu- reau SCENIC ROUTE The 140 miles of parkways and boulevards of Kansas City are landscaped with 250 large t lower beds containing more than 250.000 plants JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, August 15th Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. HALL Corner 12th Street B and 7th Avenue North Jackpot at and is won every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 51 Numbers 5th, 7 Numbers Jackpot Pot of Gold 25c Per Card or 5 lor Also Free Cards, Free Games And A Door Prize PERSONS UNDER 16 YEARS NOT ALLOWED. VARIETY FABRICS THURS., FRI. and SAT. COTTON ft POLYESTER Single Knit Clearing COTTON ft POLYESTER Single Knit New Arrival 100% POLYESTER Double Knit Plains........ 100% POLYESTER Double Knit Plaids, etc 100% POLYESTER Double Knit Reg. to 8.95 BONDED TERYLENE BATT8 i" 328.315 3" 3" .429 REGISTER NOWI FALL SEWING CLASSES SEPT. 15-Baslc 8 SEPT. 16-Bisic 8 SEPT. 17-MEN'S PANTS VARIETY FABRICS WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE PHONE 327-1945 ;