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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta tmf ivi IV rb for swimwear School uniform look rejected Fashion turns out contemporary fun-stylings NEW YORK Children's swimwear has been undergoing a quiet revolution. It's away from those puckered up cotton swimdresses and into bare unconstructed little tank suits and bikinis that stretch to fit and cling to tiny body shapes. For the first time they are borrowing from the big girls and wearing the same fabrics of nylon with Lycra spanclex that are in the adult swim wear market. The new swim fabric with the denim look is especially appropriate for a suit to move in without restriction. And when it comes to abstract blocks and little animal or turtle motifs in vibrant colors are contemporary. Suits that stretch are easy to get into and out of for little ones who are always squirming while dressing. long wearing and quick drying qualities also have parent appeal. With changing life more children travel with parents than ever before. Modern families are taking to the water year round and taking the children along. The easy easy packable and attractive swimsuits for kids today make life easier for mom and a pleasure for the youngsters. X Tank suit Universal appeal in basic denium. Club corner notes j Beach beauties Halter-neck harlequin design and print bikini. St. Michael's Hospital Alumnae reunion will be held Saturday beginning with a coffee party at 10 a.m. at the nurses' residence recreation 1 luncheon in the hospital cafeteria with guest May 4 to 6 wine and cheese party with escorts in the recreation 9 p.m. to 2 windup dance at the El Rancho convention centre with music by the Southern Playboys. Smorgasbord to follow at midnight. Everyone welcome. Parents without Partners will now hold regular meetings on the first and third Thursday of the month beginning tonight at 8 at the First United 5th Avenue and 13th St. N. Discussion will be sexuality as part of being human. Anyone interested in organizing an epileptic association is asked to call Anne Fleming 'at 328-2263. Such a group is needed in Lethbridge to help promote rights and the integration of epileptics into the community. There will be a meeting of the Disabled on the Move at p.m. Tuesday in the patients' lounge of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital. Jean social mobilizer for the Alberta Committee of Action Groups for the will visit. Discussion w.ill be on transportation. All interested persons welcome. For further information contact Frank 328-4029 or Gerald 329-0911. The first fund raising project of the WA to the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital will be the sunshine bag tea to be held Wednesday from 2 to p.m. in the lounge of the hospital. Prominent citizens will be in attendance and all proceeds will go toward providing entertainment for the patients. Everyone welcome to attend. Not too late Albania reports that for every million newborn are born to mothers 50 years of age or more. By BERNADINE MORRIS New York Timei Service NEW YORK The midi died four years ago among other it was the only length in town. Women saw tried it and said thank in droves. They were not going to be hassled into anything. It was followed by a number of classic when most everybody retired gratefully to the anonymity of sweaters and pants. It was like wearing a school though you could vary the colors. Now there are signs that designers are recovering from their period of rejection. They're emerging from their classic period and having a bit of fun. Who They may even tempt women out of their uniforms next fall. In the space of a few hours John Kloss showed knee length Giorgia Di Sant'Angelo flirted around with nostalgic Luis Estevez showed sexy clothes and Chester Weinberg presented contemporary clothes. these means lightly constructed clothes that are much looser than the ones we've become accustomed to since the days of the courreges chemise. Unlike that they're made without linings so they don't stand alone. They take their shape from the body. who has reorganized his which he is calling N.O.W. interprets contemporary to mean capes and jackets and skirts. The skirts are all mid calf but unlikfe the midi of they're supple and flaring and look quite trice with dark stockings and high heel-shoes. The most supple are the knitted and that's another sign of the times. Giorgio Di who emerged in the 1960's with his hippie look scarves tied every which way is on a nostalgic kick. His best dresses are for decked out with ribbon bands or lace ones. They're in fabrics like s.o they're not exactly but they make dressing up at night an adventure. He still has a way with scarves. This they're knitted and twisted and wrapped around the an idea the designer says he copied from the Incas. They're a fascinating addition to his knitted which are in a cozy combination of wool and rayon. Sometimes he knits a great big scarf of the edges it with and wraps it around an evening dress. It's a bit of whimsey that works. John Kloss was among the first to do those unconstructed jersey and crepe so snug_ they showed the ribs and hipbones. That 'was back in the Now his dresses are moving away from the body. It's a subtle more of an easing up than an adoption of gargantuan clothes. Still it's significant. A number of his casual dresses are loose enough to be worn over a shirt and tie. Some of his evening styles still but more of them are gently bloused. Luis Estevez always did make a lady look like a vamp. He won a Coty award for his arresting necklines and slinky clothes in 1956. Ten years he left Seventh Avenue for Los Angeles. The proximity to Hollywood of not made the clothes less sexy. lady wants to look racy once in a he says. Estevez helps her with thigh high waist deep plunges and from time to a flurry of ruffles. Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The 3 rs jttotel B.C. Color TV DD Telephones See You 423-4438 Prince Igor has no taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight from Thomas Adams Distillers Ltd. ...we still care about quality. PRICES EFFECTIVE TIL MAY 18 CLOSING WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SPRING PARADE OF VALUES MARGARINE Mb. net wt. pkg. 0 CAL-FAME FROZEN LEMONADE Gfl.oz. tins L08LAW SALAD DRESSING 32 fl. oz. jar 69 o GOVERNMENT INSPECTED-FULLY COOKED SMOKED OLYMPIC or SUPERIOR WHOLE HAMS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE A BEEF CHUCK STEAKS Ib. 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