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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LtinemuuE --i The homemaker In the past two weeks we oveied the characteristics mil cate inbti uctions of the Natural Fibers and three of he tour groups ot the man Fibers glass and To ound out our pictuie ot the ibers and tabncs available we will continue by lomg through the chemically ormed tibers ChemicalK based fibers ire made ot compounds which lave no counterparts lound in lature A chemical fiber can m anv one ol seven generic NUon is the irst ol the generic groups rrademaiks tor mlon are Vntron Cantrece Jiana Union Carbide 01 Ion s characteristics it superior strength abrasion esibtance lightweight heat- etabihtv and quick drying ire common to us all This is ot the most widely used nan made tibers and can be ound trom the sheerest of to the strongest o automobile tires Nylon is land or machine washable ind drvable it the emperature is kept low Pohester is the second 'enenc tiber name The olkwmg trademarks belong o tne ester family Penlene Trevira Dacron s.odel and Fortrel Polvester ibeis are strong and abrasion esistant resilient and easilv with a number of libers tor a fabric of properties Polyester a widelv used liber as is nlon Care instructions are he same as for nvlon FOR YOUR FURS FURS CLEANED INSURED STORAGE NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 Acrylic is the third generic tiber name Trademarks for acrylic are and Zelran Properties and care characteristics are the same as for nylon and polyester except that fake furs of acrylic should be cleaned by fur cleaning unless labelled washable the fourth generic group of the chemical group includes the trademarks of Dynel and Verel These fibers are mainly used in synthetic furs and wigs Care characteristics are as for nylon Spandex is the fifth generic group in this chemical fiber class Trademarks for spandex include and Unel Because of the strong lightweight and elastic properties spandex is commonly found in all types of stretch fabrics including sheer support hoiserv This fiber should be washed in warm water dried at a low and kept awav from chlorine bleaches Olefin is the next generic group of the chemically based fiber class Trademarks for this group include Celaspun and Herculon This fiber is lightweight strong thermoplastic and and it resists sunlight and chemical deterioration The most common uses todaj for Olefin fibers are in carpeting and upholstery Care instructions are as for nylon This fiber should not be dry cleaned Saran another of the chemically based fiber groups includes Rovana and Velon as trademarks Properties ot saran include natural water repellency abrasian resistance color fastness strength and resistance to moths and mildew It is commonly used for autoseat covers outdoor furniture upholstery and webbing Care instructions are simply to wash it off with soap and water New fibers fabrics and blends are being produced all the time making it difficult to be always knowledgeable about all the fabrics available so keep on the lookout tor new ones Herald- Family Rich girl rebel held for robbery Top Canadian designers Mary Lin and Linda Lundstrom take their place in fashion boosts careers Young designers shape future By MARGARET NESS Christian Science Monitor TORONTO Ontario Any country with a fashion industry must depend on new young designers for future development Canada while not a trend does have a well-entrenched fashion industry in Ontario and Quebec with some manufacturers located in Winnipeg and Vancouver And Canada has a goodly number of excellent designers like John Warden and Claire have become well known m the U S as we'l But new designers must be encouraged and helped was organized in 1970 for that purpose With Mrs Lissa Taylor as it is a nonprofit organization with a broad working membership trom the fashion industry One of its first moves was to establish annual scholarships averaging about to graduate students of Canadian fashion design schools or potential designers already employed in the industry Scholarships are for one year of study abroad at recognized fashion centers Of the seven 1973-74 winners Toronto's Mary Lin Chong is studying at the Fashion Institute of Technology m New York Her courses include tailoring techniques flat pattern fashion art and industrial organization and management and fashion marketing and merchandising Another winner Linda joined the Young Canadian Designers Group after graduation from one of Ontario s design colleges This group is run by Jean Pierce a Toronto designer-manufacturer-retailer Linda then free-lanced as a patternmaker before becoming assistant designer with a The Lrthbridgc Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ s POINTS Independent Repuhhr-an leader shown pour- ing a glass of wine at a ie a contender In the runoff election for the French presidency. HOW DO YOU 91 to 100 potnli TOP SCORE' 81 to 90 Exctftont 71 to 80 Good 61 to 70 potntt 60 or FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What do you think should be done to control infla- YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Soviet Foreign Minister 7 and U S. Secre- tary of State Henry Kissinger conferred with Mideast leaders in an effort to achieve an Israeli- Syrian troop disengagement agreement. a-Alexei b-Leonid Brezhnev c-Andrei Gromyko 2 Britain has shown an interest in which is a kind of a-mail-sorting machine b-miclear reactor c-xnilitary aircraft 3 West German Chancellor resigned after taking responsibility for allowing an East German spy to become his personal aide. 4 The ONE. Progressive Con- won a landslide victory in the Prince Edward Island general election. 5 Francois leader of the led all candi- dates in the French presidential election but did not get enough votes to avoid a May 19th runoff election. PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....delete a-coarse or vulgar ex- pression 2.....expletive b-take out. eliminate 3.....excerpt toward an of- fender 4.....clemency d-hlnt or sly remark e-seiected passage from 5.....innuendo a etc. PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues 1.....Yasir Arafat 2.....John Turner 3.....Fred Shero 4.....Leon J aworski 5.....Hafez Asead a-Flnance Minister Syria c-special prosecutor in Watergate case d-Palestinian guerrilla leader Philadelphia Flyere Toronto firm She chose for her scholarship studies St Martin's School of Art and the Royal College of Art in London and La Cambre Syndicale de la Couture Pansienne in Pans Three men have won scholarships One went to L'Ecole Fleun de Laporte in Pans for advanced practical courses in men's clothing His scholarship was and he spent six months of 1973-74 with Aquascutum in London and plans another six months at Cossim's in Italy Another is Ukraine-born but came to Canada as a boy He was working for the Mapel Leaf Shoe Company in Montrea' His firm not only sponsored him for a scholarship but paid his salary while he took a footwear course at Ars Sutoria in Milan He now has returned to his firm The third male who also attended Jean Pierce's Group went on his 1973-74 scholarship for practical experience to work for Hardy one of the Queen's dressmakers Nine of his dress designs were included in Amies spring collection also realizes that new designers must be helped to find their place in industry Unfortunately too many manufacturers resist hiring designers Two difficulties are the concern that the designer's name might become more important than that of the and the possibility of factory disruption by designers inexperienced in mass production To help overcome the second obstacle Fashion-Canada is beginning a training-m-industry program this summer Through the co-operation of several manufacturers a limited number of students at the design schools will be placed in factories for 12 weeks so that they may learn first hand the work and problems involved in mass production LONDON The Eng- lish blonde held in the world's biggest art robbery is a classic case of rich girl turned rebel Only last fall Dr Bridget Rose stood in a British courtroom and screamed at her of a Lloyd's insurance syndi- love but I hate everything you stand She was convicted then of leading a gang that looted her father s home of paintings and silver worth Judge Sir Hugh Park gave her a two- year suspended sentence and told her think the risk that you will ever again commit burglary or dishonesty is ex- tremely remote Now she is accused of taking part in the record haul of 19 old masters worth more than million stolen April 26 from the Irish mansion of Sir Alfred Beit They were recovered during the weekend in County and today Miss Dugdale was ordered before a special court in Dublin to be arraigned Fifteen years ago she a reluctant debutante on the London social circuit She said My coming-out ball was one of those pornographic affairs which cost about what 60 old age pensioners receive in six months She accused her parents of trying to turn her into riage but she tolerated the debutante scene on the understanding that an academic career would come later It did and Miss Dugdale performed brilliantly first at Oxford then at London University where she earned a PhD She subsequently lectured there and in the United States As an she held top jobs with Britain s ministry ot overseas development and with United Nations agencies She was also one of the first women accepted as a member under- writer at Lloyd's Somewhere along the line Miss Dugdale met Walter a cockney jailbird who had taken to leftist politics She became his mistress and together they set up a social in a rundown London shop to help the poor Heaton and three other men were jailed for their part in the burglary of her father s house Miss Dugdale sneered at her sentence as 'class and told Judge Park You have turned me from a recalcitrant intellectual into a freedom fighter I don t know ol any finer title Property rights reviewed VANCOUVER David Cruickshank research director for the royal commission is giving serious consideration to having property held by married couples declared jointly owned Mr Cruickshank told a public meeting that under present law property is owned by either the husband or wife unless the other person can prove a cash contribution toward the property But if he or she has only years and years of hard work to show lor it then there is no claim he said 513-74 Inc. STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination1 ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE Club corner Preceptor Eta will entertain rushees at a dinner neetmg Tuesday at 6 30 p m at the home of Kay 2105 10th Ave A S The monthly meeting of the Multiple Sclerosis Society will be held Wednesday at 7 30 p m in the Lethbndge Auxiliary Hospital The Ladies Auxiliary to the Pemmican Club will be special guests Major Thelma Cornie will present the special Mother s Day program and lunch will be served Xi Nu chapter will meet Tuesday at 8 15 p m at the home of Bernice 1314 13th St S Cohostesses will be Marge Sanford and Bev Perkins Carole Perry will present the program creative thinking with Mis Kirchner presenting stimulants to thought The literature department of the Mathesis Club will meet Tuesday at 2 30 p m at the home of Mrs Stanley 1305 17th Ave S The Kiwanis Club of Lethbndge Will meet Tuesday at 12 10 p m at Sven Encksen's Family Restaurant Dale co- ordinator of the Lethbndge services for the CAMR will be guest speaker on citizen advocacy in this matter The regular meeting of the Maple Leaf Chapter No 7 OES will be held m the Masonic Hall at 8 p m Tuesday WeeWhimsv The Ellen Denoon Unit of Southmmster UCW will hold a coffee party in Southmmster Hall Wednesday from 9 to 11 30 am Gift and bake tables will be featured General convenor is Mrs G S Fumerton CLOSING OUT The Clothes Cache EVERYTHING MUST GO We Specialize In Lee and G.W.G. Also Top Quality Used Clothing. 309-5th St. S. Phone 329-3131 FABRIC SALE NEW STOCK BUCK-A-YARD wide and thick Cut to desired board ft. Acrylic fishnit and Draylon Reg. 99 assorted colors. Yard Foam Drapery Bedspread Ends Brushed Acrylic asst'd colors Reg. 99 yd Yard Ideal for pc shirts etc. Assorted plaids Reg yd. Yard 199 299 399 Krisune Bales will be sent the onqintl art tot Mr quote Polyester Bats PLUS MANY UNADVERTISED Fanny's The New Home of PFAFF SEWING MACHINES PFAFF F AH NY'S FABRIC' FACTORY LETHBRIDGE LTD 1239 2nd S John Bldg Phone 329-3355 Monday thru Saturday 30 i.m to 5 30 p m Thuridiy and Friday 9 30 f m lo 9 00 p m ;