Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
May 29, 1973 THE IETHBRIDOE HCRAID Dr. Mewburn Chapter, IODE has many projects underway The Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter IODE in Lethbridge has assisted with the program of the national office through many donations of work. These items included 18 hand- made quilts, 11' afghans and blankets, 155 handmade knitt- ed and sewn garments such as baby clothes and children's sweaters and socks and 21 nur- sery bags for the Save the Chil- dren Fund. The Lethbridge chapter also supplied local needs with parcels of new and used cloth- ing, books, magazines and toys. The IODE branches across Canada send many items of clothing, bedding, and hospital t-atenaar cL An open house will be held at Fleetwocd Bawden school Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. in honor of three retiring staff members; Mrs. Elsie Provan, Mrs. Hazel McKenzie and the principal, Mr. G. S. Lakie. For- mer students, parents with chil- dren attending and friends of 3ie retiring teachers are wel- come to attend. Members of the Original Pen- sioners and Senior Citizens will All in the family President of the Lethbridge Community College, Dr. C. D. Stewart, beams with pride cs he presents a nursing diploma to daughter, Merline, at the recent college convocation. It was an historic moment on two counts, being the first time Dr. Stewart has presented a diploma to or.s cf his children and the first time a college president in Alberta has made such a presentation to a family member. _______ __ F By MARGARET NESS BERLIN (CP) Berlin and Munich are the fashion rivals in Germany as are Montreal and Toronto iii Canada. Berlin has the internation- ally known designer Uli Ri- enter and the House of Schwarm specializing in large sizes. The German figure suf- fers from too many afternoon cream cakes and hot choco- late. Munich has its Max rxel1, Heinz Queisser, an armral in- ternational fashion prize and the largest fashion school in Germany. Of immediate interest is Uli Richter's recent first appear- ance in Toronto. He brought over his fall collection as part of the German airline Luf- thansa's inaugural flight on its new Toronto landing rights. The gala showing was under the auspices of the To- ronto Fashion Group. But his clothes have been available in some Canadian stores for years. Richter makes two collec- tions a year to show interna- tional buyers at the fashion fairs in Berlin, Munich and Dusseldorf. In 1955 he added ready-to-wear, as have so many haute couture houses. For fall he favors double- faced wools and is showing them especially in three-piece ensembles. Mango is a new favorite color. He showed it in a double-faced wool coat, with brown inside and as facings, snd in a suit of a contoured, fox-collared jacket and an A- ILne skirt. For length, lie pre- PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. fcrs just below the knee. Where Richter's haute Cou- ture clients are select and well-heeled, S c h w a r m (the owrcr's nams) is one of the highest garment manufactur- ers" in Europe. This 20-year- o'rl Berlin house continues it sslf to dresses and produces one million a year. It employs workers, owns a factory zr.d hcs GO smaller manufac- turers w orking for it. Schv, aim's range of its large sizes shows great origi- nn'ity and a conviction that color, carefully selected pat- terns and discreet stitching can create style for unstylish figures. Max Dietl is the recent win- ner of the Sl.OOO Fashion Prize cf the City of Munich. This award was started in 1935. Seventeen judges select several outstanding interna- tional designers and then see the collections. Lsst year they awarded the piizc to the House cf Dior. Munich-born and 53 years old, Dictl started his appren- ticeship in men's clothing. In 1943 he opened his own shop for both men's and women's clothes. In 1S33 came his haute couture in an elegant salon facing the Opera House. His early interest is evident here. The men's shop is in the frcnt. Behind is the small ele- gant ready-to-wear for women, with dull gold velvet chairs ard crystal chande- liers. Upstairs is for his pri- vate And across a passageway is his accessory boutique. M u n j c h 's Heinz Queisser has a close tie with Ontario. Most of his furs are from Can- ada, made from his sketches by five Ontario furriers. But furs are only a small section of his large whelp-ale collec- tion. As does Richter, Queis- ser likes double-face wools. The fall line includes an inter- esting combination of Loden green with beige inside in you can wait 2 days Snap-up hot bargains from an inventory of millions of dollars. They're a real steal! lined sauares of green, beige and white. Another double face, trench-styled coat en- semble features a Lcden green skirt, long rust vest and a gresn patterned shirt. Loden is a heavy fabric, popular in Germany and in the green shade we call Lcden green. USED CARS If you are considering the purchase cf a car, be sure to check the brake pedal, ad- vises Corsumers' Association of Canada. If the rubber cf ths pedal is worn thin or is worn cff at the corner, the car lias probably been driven many thousands cf miles. CAC na- tional liesdqjuarters is located at 100 Gloucester Street, Ot- tawa. Your n Lefhbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE Thriffway Drugs 702 13th Street North Phone 327-0340 McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13th Street North Phone 327-2205 BLASRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy Phone 562-2192 CARDSTON Temple. City Drugs 271 Main Street Phone 653-3842 CLARESHOLM Pharmacy 4921 1st Street Phone 235-3050 COALDALE Coafdale Pharmacy 1721 20th Avenue Phone 345-3277 COLEMAN Colemcn Pharmacy CCLEMAN, ALBERTA FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 24fh Street Phone 234-3093 PICTURE BUTTE Price's Pharmacy 339 Ave. N. Phone 732-4431 TABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 5314 43th Phone 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 485-2012 oca go to Writing-On-Stone and Coutts Tuesday, June 5. Mem- bers are asked to meet at the civic centre to board the bus by a.m. Membership cards and fare in three one-dollar bills should be handy. Those not on the list will not be able to go if the bus is full; reservations may be made by contacting Mrs. Chomiak at 327-6994. Lunch and beverage should be brought along. Non-members must pay full price, and may go only if the bus is not full. supplies to all corners of the world. People in Hong Kong, Korea, Morocco, the Northwest Terri- tories, Uganda and Iceland have benefited from the work of the women's organization. The IODE also makes schol- arship donations to local high schools students through mon- ies raised by various projects during the year. UNDAUNTED WINNIPEG (CP) Shadow, a Himalayan snow leopard at Assiniboine Park zoo, may not have to mourn too long for his mate Suki which died recently. Grade 2 students at three Winni- peg schools, undaunted by the prica tag, have launched a fund-raising campaign to pur- chase a new mate for Shadow. A teacher at one of the schools said the children's first day's activities netted THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "He isn't very bright about economics, is he? He tried to get rid of me with a NICKEL for on ice cream cone! THE SUPER CROSSWORD In BKIain, solving The London Times Crossword Puzzle is a kind of "initiation rite" worth as many status points as elevation to the peerage. For a rundown on what the Times Crossword is all about, read Rod Dewar's article IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE son coupons Bring to your IDA Store for BIG SAVINGS! 8 rli s "IB ALARM" Keywound ALARM CLOCK automobile first aid kit CUSTOMER WITH THIS COUPON This coupon good at I D A. 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