Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 THf lETHBRIDCr KERA1D Wndnestlny, Ffbruory 23, 197? _---------......- Hemlines mini lo midcalf at spring -fashion shows Ily ALISON LERItlCK pleats, printed or not. Dior's were covered wilh roses and PARIS (AP) The showing with ladybugs, while of coulure collections for sum-1 pauni buttons. In any mcr made one thing clear- The cilsl. mlls[ Dc earlier it is m the day (he more or shantung, which at Chanel covered you should be. ficcs for cream suits Skirts may be ladylike, ljut, wiUl u.idc Lie nollung is as modest as especially tile new ones wilh straight, wide legs and culfs. On All Paris is crying out for Ihc lup is a long, sashed blazer in I lialler lop, which is sometimes the coming navy, while a handkerchief look, reminis- cent of old bandannas tied (iivenchy went in for 'cutouts in .strange places, but Dior or occasionally red. Kor women wlio like lo show a trim ankle there is tlie high- heelerl toeless sandal, with an ankle-strap lo help you keep: lionic of the classic showed your balance. The highest ones! Ions of bright sheaths with two long scarves knotted at the neck and dusting the floor. Taffeta, first presented last season, is still rustling its way Ihruugh the couture houses. are at Feraud, who also has the shortest skirts. Ungaro had a couple of minis in saLin for evening, and Givenchy had the courage to show lots of midcalf dresses. But most designers agree that the new length is at the knee The shape is simple, a helled shirtwaist with sewn-down Family Living A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN Use for snow EDMONTON (CP) Melted snow or rain water is better for house plants than tap water, says P. D. McCalla, head of Al- berta's agriculture department horticultural branch. If tap water is used, it should he al- lowed to stand for two or three hours Lo allow most of the chlor- ine to he released. FKM.M.H DRIVER MEXICO CITY (AP) The traffic department said Maria Cristina Carranza dc Melcndez, 25. has been issued Ihe first Considering Ihe enormous skirts and puffed sleeves, all that's j driver's b'ccncc ever granted to missing is Ihc bustle. a woman here. New chiei LT THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ior nurses WIXMPEU (CP) Linda Lee of Winnipeg has Iwen poiuled Ihe first executive di- rector of the Psychiatric Nurses Association of Canada. Aliss Lee, 24, was born in M.'iiiiloha and received a bacli- rlor of arts degree frc-m the University of Winnipeg in Since Ihal IJme, she has licen considering hnvinp more of Ilicm. "'Flic1 (icpi'pinml. lias trarli- lion.illy [mivirici! services sinnvd In oiih.ince family liv- inc. b-ji Kivp alu-nys hcen 'lirrcicd I ward a ruial popii'.itirri.'1 France 5 OiiliMi. who appoint I ui'b.'in homo in ,-ula in July, "Recently, li c v c r. the of riLics and the muili- plicily of choices fncinfi I ho city dweller have Fhown Uir.i arc aho needed Ihcre." MUs Tullen. a nalr-c iff C'harlcUc'rwn. taid Uio urban progrenn offers unlimiled op- portunii.irs for Iwfmc1 c-cono- misls to help. Siic finds, for example, that n young u-omnn T.iih a couple of younjj cliJiflrcn may move to I he city and nol know an- other ivmnan. There's no one she can call to about rein- lively simple problems ss ivherc to find the best irains or more serious prob- calendar or local kappcnincji A meeting will be held at Southland Nursing Home. 15' X., on Thursday, at 2 p.m. for the purpose of forming an auxiliary. All interested rnen are asked to attend. The .Margaret Presidents Club will meet a I the homo of Mrs Ihu-ila Kear- roy, nil Ave. X.. on day at 2 p.m. The regular inorting of tho Sixty Plus Club will ho held Friday nl 2 p.m. at First Tniled Church. Hostesses are Mrs. l.anpuoi-ihy anil Mrp. Mr- Kolvf. iiirinlicrs a n d fimr> anr] u'esl.crn square dartre-- u-IH be m Tabor on Thiirsrjay al H p.m. in thp Dr. Hainmrjii .school. This is being heir! in conjunction with t h e rm'eaiion dopar'mrnl. LA'en.one v.elcnmo. Tl.r TOV of Vnilcd Churrh will ineel, Tlnirs- day at 2 p.m. Tlio Clwppol b I'nil uill lx- in of (he program on Africa. Luncli will be provided by the Atknvs Unit, Ihf I.yllc Unit conducting Lho worship. All UCW mem- bers ,-u-c asked [o allrnd. iiK'h as how lo find fl Rne be- ill. need people and tlirv Ilic- opportunities (hat a community centre like Uu.s one fan provide. Once we cct a group going, the women start other groups to mod 1'hcir needs and the at centre become the resources they on when Ihey need help.1' A rommunily centre needs a I'nme economist as v.-ell as 1. family rurses nnd so on. Miss Cullen said. "After si5 months, the de- liere uas so mucli 1 was going lilip a whirling tler- "Tlicy sec me (lie budget or making the home these i m p o r 1 a n I to keeping Hie home together." One of her biggest chal- lenges is getting the people most need her help lo come. AD "ll'.s nol tbe rf thinf! on a d v e r t i s c and people come out in droves, li's lind- ing tbo sliy and the poor and Ihe ones lied by pres- sures. Thai's Uin kind of per- son a home economist can help." Miss Cullen leaches some courses herself and acts as a guest speaker to other com- rmmily organizations. She also takes parl in local television and radio pro- j grams, running a consumer's corner, and part', Spates in radio open-line slinws. TV progi'iuns ;i con- aninuni of time fnr and gciting ready lo give ilis lalk in an iiuerc'.siiriC way.'1 she ai-o ,-jn" ;t lol of for fuilhcr informa- lirj'i by IcU-piu.iL1. they offer a means of reaching FO more pen- pie l.lKil it's the effort." COVERS ALL LfcVni.S Nol all those with budpct problems are on minimal in- comes. Of Ihe "o ccses she worked u it h m i iio firM fc'.v families on public a'vsisliiiicr hut the oilier 17 included all income levels, she :said. Tlirough Mie centre, she a community of nhoiit persons wilh incomes at nil levels. Public housing and nre includwl in Mu1 an ell as .single- family dwellings. :.id M i- the srrv- ICT will spread lo other flis- 1.1-iris and to other cities. ''Right now could keep more people bu.sy just in I SIMPSONS-SEARS oyal Albert Dinnerware STOCK -Koyal Albert bone cMna lias won world renown for its delicate Leauty and cxijuisitai design. We arc now as open etocld this fine china in the seven moat Bought! after patterns. Set on a Lack'ground of.purest! each delicate ilornl pattern has own individual charnii If you are collecting Jioj'al Albert noiv or just thinking of; fill the SAVJngs arc, 5-Piece Settings 11.17 11.00 9.83 Petit Point. Reg. Old Counlry Roses. Reg. Lavender Rose or Memory Lnne. Reg. Val D'or Chantily. Reg. American Gravity. Reg. J icJcshoj) .'528-6611 We quickly and carefully pncknge your order and deliver it to your home. 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