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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Italian designers show ivomens legs ROME (APi Most Italian high fashion designers still be- lieve they can't do without women that is Bui on the whole ihey prefer to show women's legs Tte J973 spring summer col- lections, showing in Rome this veek. are es- pecied to wiraess the supre- macy of dresses. Bowing to the LTperauves of modern life, couturiers are reedy and some- times hsppy to include trcus- hsve become a irsy of life. V.'omen all wear them and to woman will want to do with- out them." says Rome-based American designer Tiziani with, perhaps, a hint of regret. He doesn't stress pants, but corcemraiM ir.stesd on a greai r.umber of riresies wiih waistline and separates- blouses, skins and combine with each other. "1 don t believe in coats for spring so much.'1 he comment- ed. PANTS ALL DAY -Another American Frank predicts pants For all through Ihe day. His: "beiKeen-cost-and-iacket" also can be worn over neat and soft jersey Many others ad- vocate' jersey. "So to psck. a.nd no iron- bg." said couturier. An eternal rebel asairsi womec in nepers is Cspucci. uliose spring collection will ag5in ignore pants. are in pastel fhsder bsige. apri- cot, turquoise and -Evender. s Kiil be allowed to mom discharged EVANSTOX. 'AP> Lyn Eaer touched her quin- tuplets for the firs: lime here eichr day? afcer ihey uere bom. a mon'h premature. Baer "'as released Sat- urday from the hospital where the five babies three girl? and "wo boys uere born Jan. 5 Her husband. James, a stockbroker. look her to another hospital to visit the quint? who transferred after their binh. Mr? Beer. -o. who had -aken fertility drugs io induce pres- r_n.ney. said. "They're beau- tiful." when she SEW her children in the hospital nursery. Tne infaijis ir. weight from orve pound 11 ounces TO three pound? tvo ounces. Their cacior said the qu'jUs rcoiained in good conriiiion and gsmed a liitie ".'ear. hem? pre pecied to go or down more an ir.ch. Desisner? nsve annooccrc nothir.2 extravsgan; or iSenary. are playine i: safe. Many have ihrough E difficul: urae. .-eamsn-esses sirikmg for high- er pay idle and tiesened. Two u-eeks is z. 5hon tiire to ran up a dress fo- ihe showroom. TuewJoy, Jonuory 16, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD J5 r PC ic omen s club elects executive end SirtL'dcy, n'.iEnding MUSCLE TUGGERS Keeping up ihe body-be-auiiful ca-. )j be auita o DI iifr.es. Doing her fc- pnysicc1 is Halose c studeni ct Ins Uni- versity of Lefhbridce. 5ne is demCnstroMig a fairly sin- pie exercise cailea i-.e beck b res k pa, back b r i a g e i Rak Ervin, nha Dead may reunite brothers At s recen- mt-eimz of ihe Leihbridee Werner F live e Mrs. Keith De A: mond v- as named presides'.. Oinc-r officers e.-r-i-ic-d induce Mrs Robert honor- ran- president Mri Ken Hurl- bun, honorary vice-presi- dem: Mrs, Desn Gur.diook. bon- sec-end resident: Mrs Mike Luc-.. dem: Mrs A. esiberjp. firsi Mrs. F. PETTOI set-one v.rj'j-L-residen': Mis? Marie-Lo'-'re third Mrs A. CameroD. R. Hopkuis, Irs -John J of C s; j- Mrs. H H tor.-: C Y. CranHoun. Tne a-inus'. eonser- Mrs-. KEITH DE ARMOND >'oirv5 'aieen-'r held in HP" presideni A" snitch tay big mis 7 istake PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 1 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-6 p.m. VAEXJOE. Sweden operct'on here 10 years 320 h2? chsnsed mind 3r.d uaiii5 ;o be a rn Uniil HVO TEOlT.rS she ssid a crash hocked ner ou: of her iiie. She iriil be opera'ed on shonly. In an viih newspaper, the wornrui. nsme is undisclosed, said: "I; was all s big rniii2k-e. Xobod} born E woman can live 35 a mas. J would adiise any- one thinking of changing sex- don't do it FLINT. MICP ;AP' Tvo broihers who Mock? of n afrer be-ra sepa- by adopiion 1-5 year? aco will be recited in because a dead car Carl P. 'Land and Mi- chael C. 21. v.-ere smont: s.x cbldren taken [TOT cur.orfy i'j'tC-r.ile euihorj-jes arid placed i" v. hen they jv." f-'anins school. Their msny tinirs ihey orev. up. Inn Ihey rtalired they v-'ere the v--'e o" ihe oiner expert reed ;roub'-e he- rar b'uery U'.fi heodme Land. volunteers ior a pODCom to school in nearby Bunon. tele- phoned Mrs. Graham, who said ?he be giad to as- Ivj; her car had 2 dead hs'tery Lsdd she wojjld pick up Mrs. Gra- en nxr.e ;o rhe ?sle. Borneo, "to live fe'.v blocks o: each other in Burion and hiie v-orked io- local inqi AFTERNOON BINGO EVERY WED. AT 2 P.M. MOOSE HAH 1234 3 Avc. Nc. JACKPOT WON EVEBY WEEK SPONSORED BY THE WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Under 16 Everybody Welcome UTHBRIDCE FISH tGAMEASSOC. AT IN THE EAGLES HAH 13th 51. N. S100 JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4lh, Srh and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 -EquaUtv in employment OTTAWA CP' To dej's-tr.iimLiuig appro; of ihs Science Minuter Sauve today gave her the; w-omen be a fair sho: a; any scien- tific sr.d Teohnical jobs in her the ouesiion csnie from Frank Hov.ard -NDP-Skeens- v.'r-o whether womer: Eti equal with men ii: this area Yes s.v.d :he mmisTer She hed iier oificjaL? ro see ivre'r-er could pa'e LT ?ixi available. Scarce nsetfi.nc be held p.'Mneide.v a; p m. ic the church au- ICOS 4ih Ave. 5 en'one "'eicorae. Pt. Michael's njrses' alumni hoid a sutjper nieeting Wednesdsy at 7 p.m. in t n e hospiral cafeteria. All jnembers are asked to a trend. Tne Chinook Pensioner? and Senior Citizens Organizanon. af- filiaied with the national and provincial pensioners and sen- ior ririzens. mee! Wednes- day at D.m. in Gym 2 of i the civic centre. Important an- nourioemenls ffill be made 1S73 memwrship cards will be ava-l- abie Transportation will be provided a? usual. menr and lunch hare been sr- riTiged. N'c-w members end fiends welcome. se'.ber for several lor the school, signed ahoui their families Mrs. Lsdd casusliy men- vioned her son's name had been Graham vhec ar-o her husband adopred him in and thai ofiec in days he cried re- ,-jfep repeatir.e Ihe nsrrif- of hi? brother. Michael Mrs. Graham then Mr? Ladd wha; her SCG s firs: name Mrs. Lacd reph'ed. Mrs. Graham began co And in a nioraen: both vomer; izfd ]on5 --ere Mr? Larjd here she Sud he- husband had adopted they re- turnee to the see if they adop; Mi- chsei. Eu1, ire1- cbae! v. as 20 longer ihe; e. For ".i.ty -Amoerec where he -.va.-. As for ihe G-ahanis. -.hoy GREEN'S ANNUAL MEN'S SHOES ODDS and ENDS ONLY Reg. values to 35.00 PAIR Another Rack of MEN'S SHOES Reg. to 30.00 NOW ONLY. PAIR ALL r Off J H OCULAR "WCES WOMEN'S SHOES HEEL HUGGER Heel Hugger and Se.'iv Shc-s Reg. 28.00. CLEARANCE, PAIR 17 .99 TEENERS' SHOES 8 ,99 WOMEN'S SLIPPERS LADIES' DRESS SANDALS AND PUMPS Gold Cross Pavel Wool'ev Reg. values to 29.00 NOW ONIY, PAIR Regular to 8.00. NOW ONLY, PAIR 2 .99 .99 9" CHILDREN'S SHOES ONE GROUP Short and discontinued hnei. Reg. to 12.00 r, PAIR Group of Snvagfl nnd Buster Brown. Reg ta 13.00. DOWNTOWN ON 6lh STREET OPEN THURSDAY TILL P.M GREEN'S 5Den: many years Michael. Aboui -is. >eart aso. they iound him ;n s boy's home near Fer.ion. and brought him lo iive wrLh [hem aif-o loccied Tsi brother. Paul, and hit i.-o Dica anri Undt. of v.t.om in the F'.im area, bui tbev couid no; find Although :he psihs v': Carl and Michael crossed many times :n Flini. they never rec- ognized each other. jLsdd and Mrs Graham Last summer, both the army snc Michaei Gra- ham acd Car! Lacd are statione-d in Knrr-a sboui a miie apart Tim Grahzrj sajd he "ns> Michsel that 15 Dear by. n-ji the families do DOI know whether ib? broihers been in corn set s? vei. US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furnilure, Toys, Household Erfetia CALL 3282560 FOE PICKUP SERVICE LEAVE AT AM. 1st AVE S. LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS ens rombEr per week rnhl wnnl Is! GAME S50 JACKPOT 5iH GAME SI5 'XI ]0th GAME JACKFOT IN NUMBERS F5EE BUS SERVia HOME AFTER EINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children tndtr 16 nc( Sccnscreri by Ladies Auxilior> to t-." It's easier than it locks Take a close took at your rew tax form and you'll see. it's easier Ihan R looks. Sure ft looks complicated... there are nirs schedules. But most of tnem won't apply to you. For rr.ore help, visit pr simply ceil you' District Taxation Office, li it's lona distance dial the operator and as< for ZENITH MOOO (it's "fexatai ;