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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Spring '74 fashions feature fluffy blouson NEW YORK The Big Look is the fashion news for spring. It isn't the deep dolman sleeve of last season but is more subtle. It's achieved more by a loose bubbly blouson or a full float of sheer fabric above a slender as fashion au- thority Eleanor Lambert ex- plains it. It also may be a loose cut top hanging full from the shoulders or from a or it may be the new wider turn- back sleeves. All these create the illusion of bigness without bulk. And some designers prefer a slim top and a full skirt. Either way it's bigness. Lightweight fabrics are so that there is also a fluid look. Of all the Big Top the blouson is the real fashion story tor even tor evening but also watch for those turn-back sleeves. They may be the newer short length or to the wrist but they all have a wide loldback. The return of the short sleeve is definitely spr- ing Leo Narducci has a whole group of matte jersies in this new big proportion. Every- thing is unconstructed and loose from the neckline down. He likes this relaxed body silhouette under big top- pers or with shawls and car- digans. LIKES DEEP SLEEVES Kasper calls his Big Top looks his Toppings and he likes deep sleeves and drop shoulders for his sports clothes. He s fond of the fold- back sleeve at elbow length. Of the skirt must be slim or the wearer would look too sizes too big. Calvin Klein has dropped the shoulder rounded the neckline and shirred the bod- ice. His dresses are cut loose- ly with full cuffed sleeves and tied with their own belt under a blouson look The loosely bloused dress was first introduced by Bal- anciaga. It first appeared 20 years ago and was a great success In one of his blouson deeply cuffed sleeves and strict skirt is iden- tical to those that paraded on the New York runway in the spring '74 collection. Balan- ciaga also introduced the balloon jacket in 1953 Then came 1957 and the chemine. Dior made a per- fectly straight unfitted wool dress and the next year Bal- anciaga included a double- breasted thin tweed chemise in his collection. The two masters had spoken and mil- lions of unshaped little dresses flowed off the produc- tion line in Canada and the U.S.A. We had several years of un- waisted fashion before shape appeared to be divided between a return of the blou- son and a tightly belted tunic over a slim skirt. Then the bloused look disappeared in the 1960s. would have been ridiculous with mini skirts. So it's only now. with skirt lengths once again at the knees that fash- ion can re-introduce bloused effects. There is also just a hint that the chemise may be the next fashion focus. Geoff- rey Beene. for one. is rethink- ing the in his series of striped crepe de loose fitting from a deep yoke and gently tapering to the hem. The loose fit and the semi-dolman sleeves are with the Big Top look but the general over-all is a chemise effect. Ann Landers Dear Ann I was interested in the question rais- ed by a reader regarding the coincidence that most of the world's great violinists were Jewish. He named several Fritz Mischa Jascha Yehudi Isaac Nathan etc. Milstein's explanation through centuries of gravitated to the violin because it was easier to pick up a violin and run with it than a was but it raised another ques- one which has far reaching significance in our present day culture. Do you believe that Jews are smarter than World Observer Dear World No. But if you examine the list of achievers in the arts and sciences prize for you will find a surprisingly disproportionate number of Jews on every list. Gplda the Prime Minister of had this to say on the other took Moses forty years to lead his people to the only place in the Middle East that doesn't have any That's Dear Ann After reading the comments made by the woman whose husband wouldn't touch her outside the bedroom even a friendly STOP STATIC SHOCK professionally applied Controls Static Electricity Reduces Soil Buildup Banishes Musty Odor Extends Life of Carpets FREE SHOCK-LESS TREATMENT in all traffic ianes when we clean your wall-to-wall carpet another service by your SPECIALIST WILSON DONALDSON 1404 11th Ave. Phone 328-5686 or 327-6984 I wish I knew her phone number. I'd call her up and honey. Your husband has respect for The sex maniac I am married to had a vasectomy two years ago and has been hounding me ever since. He can't even pass me in the hall without trying 'to start something. It's disgusting. I can't say when he does something nice because he always will cost you or wasn't All this proves he has no regard for my feelings and that he doesn't respect me as a per- son. His is self self car- nal and lustful. He's an insen- insatiable stud. Tell Tillie to take pride in the fact that her husband loves her enough not to em- barrass her in front of her and neighbors by leering and grabbing and making suggestive remarks. Sex refuse to call it should be kept in the bedroom where it belongs. Tired Dear There ain't no lady. Although your point is well there are thousands of women who don't care what you call it or what room it's in. They'd just love a little of what you have too much of. Thanks for writing. Dear Ann Our youngest a was premature. He had to stay in the hospital incubator for three weeks. That child did not speak one word until he was three years of age. I was deeply concerned that he might be although he understood everything. We had him tested and the results showed he was unusually bright. Today the boy is 14 years old and he doesn't shut his mouth from the minute he gets up in the morning until he goes to sleep at night. It's almost as if he is making up for the time he lost. I am not writing for Ann. I'm just writing to tell those mothers out there that if their kids are slow to don't worry. Enjoy the silence. Momma Dear Thanks for those words of advice. Some mothers DO worry about the problem and your letter will help quiet their fears. 1974 CASABLANCA Color TV The CASABLANCA High- light it In the corner of an ele- gant living and It is a side cabinet of impeccable Transitional styling. Unti you glide open the richly- detailed doors. And sudden- ly The Casablanca is 315 square Inches of breath- taking Electrohome color picture. CASABLANCA Completely Color Chassis D 315 square inch picture D Electronic Varactor Tun- ing with fingertip tuning ac- tion. D instavu will provide picture and sound within seconds D Comparable UHF Tunmg-pre select up to twelve channels. D Elec- tromatic simple automatic color that can set io your prefer- ence. D Dual Speaker System. O Deilcraft cabinet in a choice of Autumn Oak or Decora- tor Fruitwood JTROHOMB an extra degree of excellence. JIM VAN LOO ED REDBKOP PAT OR8TEN HEINZ FISCHER Remember the Name for Quality and Service VAN'S TV SALES AND SERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. S. Open Thursday and Friday till 9 Phone 327-5020 Decemoer ivra THE LETHBHIDQE HERALD 37 In and out of town The installation of officers of the Friendship Lodge No. 729. Ladies Auxiliary to the United Transportation was held recently. Elected for 1974 were Vfra Margaret Larko. vice Effie Annie Mary Crobb. Audrey Merle Betty inner Dorothy outer and Kitty Jones pianist Past president Mary Atkinson. The Lethbridge Old Dance Club will hold th- dance of this year at p Saturday at Assump'.- School. with the Cou- Couples in attendance. and bring a friend or nei.gr. lor a lively get-together. SMART HOLIDAY HOMEMAKERS Shop at RANCHLAND MEATS Budgtt beef for a month service charge. BACON 1lb. pak Minute Steak Prime Rib Roast Pork 41 Beef Sausage T-Bone Steak Sirloin Steak 29 Ib. Ib. 39 Ib. Ib. Ib. Lonely hunt The exhibition grounds with deserted barns provide excellent mice- hunting grounds for many of the neighborhood cats. This feline was caught intently watching a suspicious movement in the grass and wishfully thinking of supper. Rings OUTSTANDING SAVINGS at SANDY'S JEWELLERY Now at our new address 309-5th St. S. Phone 327-4625 Qlenwood Ranchland Phone 328-0637 Open Dec. 24th Westminster Mall If you want an incredibly close shave that comes from 52 twin-edge switch to Simpsons-Sears dual foil-head Christmas ideas begin dual-curved foil for double fast shaving. The deluxe model Precision-made Swedish steel cutters afford clippings per second. Dual head gives your face a double going-over for the extra-close shave you want. Full width snap-on trimmer. Universal voltage lets you take it Smart black plastic case. volts. 1995 The deluxe rechargeable model rus an the features of trie cord plus a built-in charge converter. No transformer to plug in. Will provide 4-minute shaves with an overnight plug-in. 110 60 cycle ac. Beauty and Health Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Store Open daily a.m. to p.m. until Christmas Centre Village Mail Telephone 325-9231 ;