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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ Thunduy, February Wl lETHBUBOr HESAIB Ires Saint Laurent panned for pro-Nazi collection ar Or weal I PARIS (AP) Yves Saint-] Laurent, once the man who could do no wrong of French fashion, was criticized Saturday for his new collection, called a sad reminder of the Nazi occu- pation. Saint-Laurent dressed his models in jackets with shoulder pads and high heeled platform shoes. "Saint-Laurent took a particu- larly trying steP the newspaper Paris Jour wrote. "This fashion doesn't have a good reputation for elegance." The attack on Saint-Laurent was all the more unusual be- cause French fashion writers generally just tell what they see and avoid extensive criticism of designers, considered a virtual part of the French patrimony. The fashion expert of Le Fi- garo asked Saint-Laurent why he chose as a theme "the years that preceded the war and those of the occupation" which she said produced styles that made women ugly instead of beauti- ful. "It's a Le Figaro concluded. Le Monde said: "He has lost all sense of pro- portion, indeed good taste, and f he's followed by the ready-to- ivear industry, which has been ollowing him for years, women will only be disgusted by a fash- on which makes fun of them." There was at least a marginal explanation from the designer. 'I'm bored with Saint-Laurent told France-Soir, be country's biggest circulation newspaper. "There had to be a clean break." YVES SAINT-LAURENT Schools must provide individual education "It is the responsibility of all school authorities to see that every youngster is educated to their own level of said Dr.. D. F. McPherson at the Second Film Festival of the Southern Alberta Council of Ex- ceptional Children, Wednesday. He, along with John Boras, Robert Gall, and Stan Perkins, spoke to a capacity crowd of over 200 people gathered in the lecture theatre of Catholic Cen- tral High School. The Council is part of a Na- tion-wide organization which has three chapters in Alberta, and hopes to have two more within the next year. Exceptional children, as de- fined by the council, are those who differ from the norm, whether it be in a retarded form, or whether it be as the bright child. The seven films shown were Research with Pre-school chil- dren, Handle with Care, Paint- ing is Loving, Afraid of. School, Principles of Parent Child Pro- grams for Preschool Hearing Impaired, Rafe, and the Chal- lenge of the Gifted. The films dealt with children who were retarded or handi- capped physically, up to the child with exceptionally high ability to learn. One of the points brought out m the films was that "unend ing failure takes away the sel esteem of the children. Bu after much work with the chil dren, a great amount of beaut; and skill are exhibited b; them especially in the field o In the question and answer aanel discussion following th film showings, Dr. McPherson pointed out that approximately five per cent of the children i ie city were mentally retard ed. In addition to this, there i about 10 per cent of the chil dren who would be classed having high ability. To contrast, he quoted a per centage of only one per cent of Alberta's exceptional childre who are enrolled in special edu cation classes. It was pointed out in the film, Painting is Loving, tha "we need a little more faith, little more patience, and a littl more love" for these exception al members of our society. BACKACHE BLADDER IRRITATION Common Kidney or Bladder Irrita- tions make many men and women feel distressed from frequent, burn- ing or itching urination night and day. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and have Headache. Backache and feel older, tired, depressed. In such cases, CYSTEX usually brings re- laxing comfort by curbing Irritating germs in acid urine and quickly eas ins pain. Get CYSTEX at druggists The regular meeting of Leth- bridge Lodge No. 2 IOOF will be held in the Oddfellows Hall on Friday at 8 p.m. Visiting members welcome. The Golden Stile Drop in Centre is holding a bridge tournament Monday at sharp. Prizes. Everyone wel- come. The Lethbridge Old Dance Club will be holding an- other of its dances at the As- sumption School (24th St. and 1411 Ave. S.) Saturday, at p.m. with the live music of the Westerners. Everyone welcome 'Jid old alike. day Everyone welcome Chanel boomsj and of town ou Rev. Dennis Frayne and Mrs. Frayne visited the form- er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Frayne recently while en route to his parish at Mea- dow Lake, Sask. where he has been recalled by the diocese of Saskatchewan. Mr. Frayne has been assis- tant curate at All Saints Church, Peterborough, Ont. for the past 2% years. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, February 4th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpt Pot O' Gold 25c PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Person! under 16 yean not allowed Sponsored by Lodiei' Aid of St. Peter ond St. Paul's Church LOVE AFFAIRS ARRANGED i The delicate but magnificent electronics of this instrument makes it possible to offer a five year written replacement guarantee the best in the industry. Compare at for equal versatility and quality in any other make! BE A BIGAMIST BUY TWO "of- Ann Landers Medicine Hat Minus One; The homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN. DISTRICT HOME ECONOMIST Club vSThoufa dance Satur-i As soon as the seed caU-i outgrown before pants fit, so! Since children grow so quick- day in St. Edmund's Hall.l logues are here, I feel that mothers often find it wise to ]v as to outgrow garments be- i spring is on way. That means more clothes for the 'childrec, most mothers would DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would like to comment on your answer to "Alice's Restaurant." The gal was furious because her husband kept bringing unexpected guests home to dinner. (Last time he caught her with wieners and sauerkraut.) Alice should be pleased that her husband is so proud of his home that he feels comfortable enough to do this. And he must have a igreat deal of confidence in his wife. Some men would be scared to death of what they might find if they surprised the little woman with unexpected company. I can tell you fiom experience that our most interest- ing evenings have been the times my husband brought home a "surprise" guest to share a casserole of tuna, or a batch of French yes, even MEATLOAF. Friend- ly atmosphere and stimulating conversation mean more than fancy china and sirloin steak. To a travelling man who is away from his family, any home-cooked meal among friends is better than a gourmet dinner at a Notice Nora DEAR NORA: I am a rapid-scan reader and the first word of your letter that caught my eye was MEATLOAF. Needless to say I was shook. I was delighted, however, your letter dealt with another topic. I hope every wife who gripes about her husband bringing home an unexpected din- ner guest will see your letter and learn from it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'll get right to the point. No sense in wasting words. I have a lot of hair on my face. Is there anything that can be done about it? I don't trust ad- vertisements and there is nobody i can talk to. I'll just sign DEAR HAIR: If, you are a man you can shave. If you are a women you can go to a dermatologist and get his pro- fessional counsel. Some dermatologists remove hair per- manently with a high frequency needle. Others recommend1 electrolysis which is done elsewhere. I caution you against picking a place at random. Hat removal can be hazardous unless it is done by an expert. The dermatologists know who the experts are and will direct you to them. PARIS (AP) The Chanel high fashion house has a new head who says the firm has the highest backlog of orders yet since the post war reopening in 1954. Christian Legrez, 52, former executive in the sep- arate Chanel perfume com- pany, fills the administrative Gabrielle (Coco) Chanel. o head church board NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) Beatrice Wilson of Toronto elected chairman of the nited Church board of evan- elism and social service, one f the most important boards elected hairman, she succeeds W. Clark Mac donald, Toronto, now secretary of the committee l for the "mini j people" are as important in appearance and wear ability as for the "maxi when you stop to consider it. So the first step in planning is the same find out what clothes the child has that mil still fit him. Make a list, then as you shop you know what items are needed and what colors will create a mix and match ward- robe. It is this type of clothing which can be worn several others which child can choose daily and will give him a sense of having buy separate tops and pants, j fore thev wear Mt the Co ordination is important, though. Knit shirts save iron-1 ng. On the other hand perma-; nent press fabrics may stain. I Some garments of these show ighter color along any crease after a fair amount of wear. avoid most stains and require less ironing. Inexpen- sive T-shirts and undershirts often shrink, so buy larger sizes in these. When buying snowsuits at sales now or next fall consider roth the 2-piece or the 1-piece. lots of clothes. Measure the m the church. The. first woman Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I don'f expect trumpets, but it would be nice if you cleared your throat or something when I come home. ANSWERS for YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-b; 2-b; 3-Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; 4-b; 5-a PART II: 1-c; 2-d; 3-a; 4-e; 5-b PART III: 1-d; 2-a; 3-b; 4-e; 5-c CHALLENGE: Lon Nol CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS 'Barbara tBrent ointment and suppository form called Preparation K. You can ask for it at all driiRstores. And if you aren't completely satisfied, your money will be refunded. children cause the size by age on a label doesn't mean too much. If you ask for Canada Standard Sizes then one si2e in a gar- ment should be the same size in another. Look for and ask for the C.S.S. label. When I have discussed chil- dren's clothes mothers growth and comfort features for the child as well as easy care and characteristics have always been important. Shirt are usually Coverall or type snow- i to io-.v priced items :i.ay be the ixs; bay. Head labels and keep them for future use. Look for guaran- tees. Compulsory labelling of fabrics and garments will give more satisfaction here. Self help features in chil- dren's clothing are a form of education in freedom because they allow voung children to do for themselves. Simple details but easily identified front and backs of garments are good for this. Snowpants and jumpers which hang from the shoulders pants avoid the gap under the ..v......- jacket of a 2 piece set. Check large buttons or no fasten- diaper space in these since in- ers at all are easy for children expensive ones are often quite I (0 use. With a little care in small. The one piece is very choosing features such practical for dressing a child, but doesn't grow with him. Growth features are highly prized by mothers. These in- elude adjustable shoulder straps on trousers, jumpsuits and jumpers. Raglan and Ki- mona sleeves are perennial fa- vorites over the set in sleeve because of their growth allow- ance and easy fit. Futhermore, no waistline seam, wide seam allowance, deep hems and space for moving buttons make for easy adjustments. these, "mothers tell me that children of 2 years of age put on most of their clothes, and by 4 or 5 years they can dress themselves completely. WANTED MOTOR HOME RENTAL ENQUIRIES Phone 327-8280 TORONTO, February 4th So many pleas- ant letters come in to me about the products I re- commend many of them about Templeton's T-R-C. Men and women who suffer from neuritis, arthritis or rheumatic pain tell me T-R-C has given them welcome relief quickly. If you, tou, are a sufferer, why not try Templeton's T-R-C? You'll get DOUBLE-ACTION relief by taking T-R-C inter- nally at the same time applying Templeton's FLAME-cream Liniment externally. Get Templeton's T-R-C and also Templeton's FLAME-cream Liniment in the handy roll-on applicator... at all drugstores. WHATEVER HAPPENED TO WEEKLY FOOD stores still have them, from Wednesday to Satur- day, each week. But when DOMINION STORES went Deep Discount, they put every item "on every (lay of tiie week... every week of the year. Now there's only one way to better a Deep Discount Price ...look for "X-TRA" DISCOUNTS... a Deep Discount item reduced even lower for a limited lime. And when Dominion gets these extra special discounts or purchase allowsnces from the manufacturer, the "X-TRA" savings arc passed on to you... the shopper. Dominion GUARANTEES you'll save more! SAVE MORE! MORE! MORE! at DUNLOP FORD WE BE BED mn; uniaaLumi PINTO AT..... and RCA 12-INCH PORTABLE COLOR TV ONLY V ne; AT DELIVERED IN IETHBRIDGE. OVER H MODELS AVAILABLE! WATCH FOR THE NEW 3-DOOR SwMING SOON. WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF A PINTO GET AT 12" PORTABLE RCA TV FOR ONLY ASK ABOUT OUR OVERNITE DEMONSTRATORS AT NO OBLIGATION! Q We're off to a'good start in 1971 emd we're "red hot ond Our selection of new and used ears has never been better and we are offer- ing mid-winter discounts en every car in stock. See us this week and drive home a bargain Fresh new inventoriei Over 175 cars in slock Instant used car appraisals 12 courteous salesmen Now buy the best for less Record breaking deals All colors, models, equipment Fast deliveries Fast credit terms f Now! Special factory discounts on specially built, specially f equipped cars. We got o bargain, and we're passing the Q savings on to you. 8 specially equipped Galaxie 500 two- door hardtops coming soon. Various options from vinyl f roofs to air conditioning to stereos, large factory discounts will be passed on to you. 1971 12-PASSENGER CUSTOM FAMILY BUS 302, V8, auto, trans., 800x16.5 tires and many, many other wonderful Ford better ideas! THIS WEEK ONLYI......... 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DR. HARDTOP Dark green metallic and white, 400 2V V8 engine, auto, trans., P.S., vinyl roof power disc brakes, radio, AIR CONDITIONING. Approx. 2500 miles. Reg NOW ONLY 54982.99 Plus S33 for your TV sel SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL 1971 MODELS IN STOCK! 1971 PINTO GRABBER Blue, 2000 c.c., auto, trans., rai w.w. tires, wheel covers. Reg. NOW ONLY S2537 Plus for your TV set. S3987 Plus for your TV let. HUGE SAVINGS ON THESE USED CARS ALSO! SPORTS CUSTOM 1971 FIDO 360 V8, auto, trans., radio, rear bum- per, our parts pick-up. Reg. NOW OhlY 1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD Auto., P.B., P.S., radio, roof, low milage........ 1969 MUSTANG V8. automatic. Mist Green, radio. 1969 FORD HALF TON 36Q V8, 3 speed transmission, new rlt............. 1050A 1969 FAIRLANE 302 automatic ,P.S., radio, four door. Good clean trans- portation. 1968 PONT. LAURENTIAN Four door, full power. CLEAN UNIT 1342A 1969. PLYMOUTH FURY III Fully equipped including air, four door, vinyl roof. Was NOW 1032A 1966 CHEVROLET 'A TON Six cylinder, four speed, new Was" NOW I169B 1966 FORD 14 TON Three speed, big tires, side mirrors. Was NOW 1067 A 1968 VAUXHALL VIVA Clean, original miles. Reg. NOW 1969 FORD