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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Wednesday, Auousl 25, 1971- Paris designers unharmed by Saint Laurent PARIS dlculn-.' Sainl LaiireiU's decision to wind down his cuulurc opera- tions in favor of ready-to-wear will not aff'.'fl oilier major I'aris fashion houses, My spokesmen for Christian Dior, Hubert do Givrnchy, Chanel and Pierre C.vdin. I .Sainl Laurent is not ahan- doniug Ihe couture entirely. !le will present a small collec- tion ol -10 models twice a year I (o private (tents. Bui (lie piess will uarred from cv- j crything except his ready-to- wear presentations in October and April. C iilciuLir Uf- JLocal First lioiiit- and school meet- jug for the year tor Wilson Ju nior High school will he held to- night at 11 p.m. Parents arc in- to meet Ihc slaff, and dis- cuss Ihe new year's special programs. An invitation lias been extruded to parents from the freshman students. Golden Mile Urep-ln-Cemre will have tickets availahle for the bus trip 10 Wriling-On- Stone Provincial Park and Cmitts Museum Sept. Tickets must be pair1 for and picked up by Sept. I. The bus will leave the Centre at a.m.. and those planning to attend are asked to bring a picnic lunch. Hi Neighbor Club will hold a lawn dance at Ibe homo of Mrs. Alberta Wells, 1C02 12 St. B S. Saturday at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome. Members are asked to bring lawn chaiis. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Aux- iliary will meet in Gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre Friday at 2 p.m. After Ihc meeting, bingo will be played, and lunch served. A good attendance has been requested. Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday at p.m. 111 church auditorium 1203 4th Avenve South. Evervone welcome. Many journalists who helped to build Saint Laur- ent's reputation over Uie years are hurt by his press veto, but Ihe designer is still such big news that his future couture presentations will un- doubtedly be reported sec- ond hand after interviews with privalc clients. The press used lo gel "black market" reports on Gi- venchy and Balenciaga 10 years ago when they refused to show lo Ibe press until one month after buyers and pri- vate clients had seen their collections. Jacques Honct, director of the Maison Dior where Sainl Laurent was employed as head designer until he opened his own couture house in Jan- uary, 1962, said: "Every Paris couliu'e house faces dif- ferent problems. I have enor- mous respect for Saint Laur- ent's talent. He is free to cre- ate and commercialize as he sees fit, and this decision con- cerns him personally." Maison Dior will continue its couture operations and there is no question at present of changing dates to coincide with the ready-lo-wcar show- ings. Mme. Andre de Vilmorin, sales director at Dior, reports Ihat the house hns had the best buying seasons in the last four years. Dior can expect a lucrative season with private clients when (hey return lo Paris after the summer holidays and begin placing orders. Seventy per cent of the cou- ture turnover at Dior is with Ihe private clientele, includ- ing the Empress of Iran. The professional buyers who take Ihc other 30 per cent of Dior dollies pay far higher prices than private clients for the right to reproduce the models. Each collection is es- timated to cost more lhan not counting furs. OBJECTIVES VAHV As does Houel, Givenchy acknowledges lhal each cou- lure house has different objec- lives. His private clientele also outranks professional buy- ing though cue long, body-conscious jacket, flared skirt and matching stole in reversible woollen- has sold an unprecedented 40 Limes lo separate interna- tional buyers in Uie last two weeks. "Saint Laurent con do as he says Givenchy, "but my couture clientele is far more important lhan rcady- lo-wear or professional buy- ing, and I shall continue lo create a high fashion collec- tion every January and July." M m e. de Clermont-Ton- ncrre, the spokesman for Cha- nel, explained Ihat the late de- signer's business consists of at) per cent private clients and 20 per cent professionals, and is the only leading house which does nol make rcady- lo-wear clolhes. After Chanel's dealh lasl January, private clients dou- bled the usual number of or- ders, realizing thai it was the last collection designed by the famed eoiiluriere. The Chanel workrooms were so crowded thai many orders could not be delivered for four months. Pierre Cardin, the only self-financed couturier in Paris, also acknowledged that the couture attracts tremen- dous publicity and serves as a pilot operation lo promote world-wide sales of perfume, accessories, and ready lo wear. "Couture is indispensable to my said Cardin, al- though he is still pondering his old idea of presenting just one enormous couture collec- tion each year instead of the present system of twice- yearly showings in January and July, j-ctmil y Varied interests in Y program fvu 1i it 111 KfH'v fal1 programs have been 1J llll Inl 11 iVKI I announced for the Lethbridge oii on cruise Car safely seats TOT AUTOMOBILE SAFETY SEAT BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS Watches Boys'ond dainty 9ir'5 17 fully jewelled ENGLISH CHINA COFFEE MUGS SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304, On Ihs Second Floor, To Save You More 304 5th St. S. Phone 327-4625 In and Out Tail Chapter, Beta S i g m a I Phi, recently held a pot-luck I supper at the home of Ethel j Higgins. Guests of honour were Betty Graham, progressing to Xi Iota Chapter, and Betty SLich, who is moving to Cal- gary'. Engraved spoons were presented to each of these members. Janis Dean was also given a gift for her trip to Scot- land. Love Is booklets BEGIN YOUR BETTER TO-MORROW TO-DAY! Earn Morel Qualify Easily! THROUGH SECRETARIAL TRAINING NOW DAY SCHOOL FALL TERM STARTS AUGUST 30th A.C.C.C. DIPLOMA COURSES nn on-am.nly wonHrrfui fuH.rr: jur.l for you. Welcome il Ihs way ynn should! Arc you going lo be satisfied with ;ust a "good" job? Or do you want a roally SMISFYING REWARDING POSITION? Do you want lo use all your natural abilities lo earn what you deserve? Now is ihe time to make I his choice! Wilh thn lightening job situation, complele training is a must! APPROVED FOR STUDENT LOANS HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (LETHBRIDGE) 202 F. W. WOOLWORTH BIDG., I LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. I I PHONE 327-3968 RES. 327-5828 I Due In customs diffirullics, and monetary exchange, readers are asked lo send re- quests for Ibe 'Love Is' car- loon booklet directly lo I.o'rc Is Hook Lclhhridgc Her- ald, P.O. Box ]lll, Los An- geles California flflfloC. Cost of booklet is fid tents in U.S. currency. Inkniy saying grace. Nnmc Address Telephone Pico Day Sdir.ol Councj I Day Sdir.ol Council Public awareness of child safety scats has heen sharn- ly increased through the ef- forts of consumer, safety and women's groups across Can- ada, according to a recent ic- lease from a national auto- mobile manufacturer The interest in Lelhbridge, however, is somewhat less than statistics quoted by that release. Total sales of that companies' safety scats was only in 1970. as compared In a jump lo I.fJOJ in the first six months of 1371, of that increase in Ihc second quarter'. According to one parts de- partment manager in a car sales oullcL in Lethbridge, "People don't want to have Lo pay to get a Canada Safety Council approved seat." He says that most custo- mers want tile safely fea- lures, but are not willing to pay the near price lo ob- tain it. "There are lots of dif- ferent kinds of seats on the market, but very few of them are government he said. According to a small sur- vey done by The Herald, only one large automobile dealer- ship in Lelhbridge has an ap- proved safety seat, and that only amounts to one which is held on stock. Designs for the seals vary, but in most cases Safely Council approval models, are held in place by the car's scat bells. They can be de- scribed, according to a sales brochure from one Auto manufacturer as "greatly re- ducing Ihe chance of injury in collisions or sudden stops." "The upright L-shapcd car- rier supports Ihe back of the baby's head and upper lorso. At the same time, the baby is gently restrained wilhin protective contours by ad- juslable straps, and Uie ve- hicle lap bell lhal secures both the carrier and baby to the vehicle seat." In this par- ticular model, the seat is placed so thai the child faces behind Ihe car, and is pro- lected by tnc back of Ihe seat from a collision with the dash board. Anyone wishing a seat can order one through (lie l.irgcr auto dealerships in Loth- bridge. DATELINE: CAMPUS CANADA LOOK WHAT JUST FLEW IN FROM SPAIN! Rlclily Anliqucd Crriso Suede Brown Lrnlhcr Dark Drown Darlt Brown Suede wilh SucHo Cropo Solr Richly Anliquod Brown Loallior fit-linns AA PAIR 16.95 BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Avc. S. Phono 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIt 9 P.M. Gallop- nig Gourmet is off for two years of globe trotting hut his daily fare will continue lo be served up on television. Graham K c r r, whose tele- vised cooking anlics are seen in many parts of the world, has completed tailing two years worth of half hour shows here. Now he and his wife Trcena, who produces the Galloping Gourmet show, are taking a two-year vacation and business cruise around the world. Purpose of the cruise is to have a two are under doctor's orders to lo allow Mr. Kerr time lo work on a series of film specials. "When we're recharged we may want to pick it up hut for now we want to conquer new things." "I'm not going to put my money into stocks and shares and get an ulcer reading the market movomcnls every day. fin going lo enjoy it.'1 Since they started taping at a local station liere, three years ago, the Kerrs have put out 560 shows. About 200 remain to be shown during Hit 13 months be- ginning this Scpl ember. The films he hopes to make on his cruise, says Kerr, arc lo show "what it's like Irying lo pel away from the rest of the world.'' i And, presumably, the hot stove. I Family Y. New programs under the social program direc- tor, Virginia Reed, include such things as antique finishing classes, square dancing, a sen- ior citizens club, and It's A Man's World, a club which in- volves gym, swim, and spoils activities Tor men only. A special class for women will be the Ladies Football Cli- nic, and will be under the di- rection ot Bill Johnson, a form- er member of. Ihe Calgary Stampeders football learn. It was previously intended that lliis course be given earlier on this spring, but organizers felt that it would be better received if set back until the fall. The course is intended to ac- quaint women wilh the basic principals of Ihe game of foot- ball, and acquaint them with the various terms and signals used iji the game. One of the social programs which is a new venture is the Drop-In Centre. Location and supervisory staff have not as yet been announced. This fall will see Hie return of'the mother and daughter father and son programs which ran in previous years. They are programs designed lo help the mother and daughter, and father and son gel lo know each other belter, and are also in- cluding sex education. In the physical education pro- grams, gym, swim and compe- titive sports are returning lo be a large part of the total Y, program. Special and seasonal pro- grams such as floor hockey, golf instruction, basketball, yoga, ski conditioning, and la- crosse are planned as well. Regular physical programs returning will be men's and women's physical fitness classes, competitive sports, aquatics, lifesaving, judo, fam- ily swims, fencing, and racquet games such as handball, squaslr and racquetball. Programs for the very-young are the prc-school program and gym, and swim program for ages 4 and 5, and diaper gym from walking age to 3. Registralion for the new programs is August 26 and 27, and 28, and August 30 and 31, with registrations being taken at Ihc Family Y offices, and also College Shopping Mall, Centre Village Mall, and Eaton's. BUY A LOCK Invest in a leek for your bathroom Cbbinet :f vou have a climbrng toddler in your home. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY AT P.M. Jackpot in S3 Numbers 12th Game in 7 Number! 4th 6th 12 Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cardi 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE IOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE MARIE-LOUISE FINAL 2 TABLES of HATS OPEN THURS. TILL 9 P.M. YOUR CHOICE EACH MARIE-LOUISE MILLINERY CASH ONIY PiEASE All SAlEs FINAL 504 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-2965 BALANCE. OF STRAW HATS Now Yes, it's lime to get ready for school. At Silk-O-Lina you will find so many smart new fabrics fust waiting for your nimble fingers to make up inlo the finest Back- to-School clolhes all at e very-day low prices. WOOL AND POLYESTER PLAIDS For easy care, washable skirls and C QQ lumpers 54" wide......... YARD DONEGAL TWEEDS Of wool and Fiocco. Just the ideal fabric for coats, suils, pnnls, k i r I s, Wasnablfi quality. 55" widr. YARD 0-ilO WOOL POLYESTER HERRINGBONE TWEED In narrow slripe. Colors of: Green, Biown, Purple, Grey. Abnijl 56" wide. 4.50 WOOL JERSEYS For hand knil look, for km I tops, dresses, jumpers. Comes in Rose, Blue and fieJ. 52' wide. 5.95 THE INDIAN LOOK in BONDED ACRYLICS With colorful geometric slripes So iniorl for ponchos, sfcfrli, jumpers. 56" wide. 4.35 SilkoLina (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 320 7lh ST. S. PHONE 327-4400 ;