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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THI 1ETHMIDOI HHAIO Thundar, Octobw I, HAPPY OCCASION-Jame! Hughson, a resident of the city's Green Acres Senior Citizens' Lodge recently celebrated his 96th birthday with daughters: Mrs. C. L. Thompson of Lucky Strike, Alfa.; Mrs. Gwendolyn Powell of Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Helen Lash of Woodburn, Oregon, and son, J. M. Hughson of Lethbridge. Mr. Hugh- son was born in Ontario, during 187i. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. LOSES PAY TORONTO (CP) _ Lynne De- laney, 16, took savings from a summer the bank recently. .While sitting on a bench she spotted a friend and ran toward her, leaving her purse behind. Less than 30 sec- onds later Lynne ran back to the bench but her purse and money were gone. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiii Women Skip Hemline Stand By Wearing Pant Outfits NEW YORK (AP) Many American women are hedging on the new midi fashions by buying pants ensembles, a fall survey of buying trends in the United States shows. "Pants suits are re- ported Mrs.' Ollie Ladd, who owns a Miami dress shop. "They're really in. We sell pants suits 10 to 1 over dresses." "Women are buying more and more pants suits like said Bob Dawson, advcrtisl manager of Stix-Baer-Fuller parUnent stores in St. Lou Mo. "Our figures show t pants sales are tremendous." "Most of my customers hed by buying pants said E elyn Rosen, who manages Pittsburgh, Pa., dress store.' can't keep enough in stock." "Pants suits represent a ne said Bernard Gold, vie president of Franchesco f Damon, a division of Dami For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor JT'S a sad tale but true that there's many a slip twixt cup and lip and also between mailing and delivery. It seems a certain gentleman in the very busy Lethbridge business world needed a pack- age which was to have been delivered from Calgary. The parcel was due to arrive at 9 p.m. on the bus (no Steve, not you this time) from Calgary. Promptly on the dot he arrived at the bus depot, and watched the freight parcels being unloaded. pile went higher and higher. Several-other gentlemen, also seeking parcels joined him. As the attendant finished unloading the packages, our ac- quaintance asked if there was a parcel for his busi- ness. "Have to wait 'til they're he was told. He waited. All the parcels were sorted and put in their little cubbyholes, and again came the question. "Anything This time the attendant went through the weigh- bills. "Nope." Twenty-three minutes down the drain. Our acquaintance got'on the phone to Calgary and checked out his parcel. He was informed that the bus had been full of freight by the time the parcel arrived and it was refused. It would be on the later bus and would ar- rive in the city at a.m. Our friend, decided that he'd had enough waiting for one day and would pick it up early in the morn- ing on.his way to work. Unfortunately for him his business hours being earlier than the bus depot. He arrived to find a sign which read bus depot hours begin at 8 a.m..pur undaunted hero obediently trotted back to the bus depot at 8 a.m. to be met by a locked door. He rattled the door knob which brought the atten- dant. "Did you have a parcel come in for The attendant went through the weighbills with our friend feeling as though he were going through a rerun of the early morning movie. "Nope." "But I was assured that the parcel had been put on the late he protested, "and that it would arrive at At this show of force another voice spoke up. 'Oh, the bus gets in after, the depot closes at mid- night, so the. parcels are left inside the bus which s in the garage." And then the crushing blow. "The bus driver has the keys and he doesn't come in to work until 9." Such independence must be rarity in the world rf business. At least, our friend hopes" so. SYLBERT'S SHOES your headquarters for WINTER BOOTS for the entire family! LADIES' Ankle height Calf height Knee highs In wet look, bathers, nylons 4 A 00 and suedes. rf.W PRICED FROM 13' SNOWBELLES By KAUFMAN. In brown or black brushed nylon THE NEW SHAG LOOK 1" height with crepe sole. Striped bear in whits and block. PRICED AT With In bl Men's Snow Boots 20 21 .00 wprm orlon and pile lining. ack or brown. FROM CHILDREN'S BOOTS In leathers, nylons, vinyls and tha new Wut look. To size 4. Priced from .98 INFANTS' BOOTS Imitation Seal, leathers and nylons. Sizci 5 to 10. R Priced from ..............................____ .95 CHILDREN'S SKIDOO BOOTS In blue or brown nylon. Sizes 8 to 5, Priced a( SYLBERT'S SHOES 1 3 505 4th Avenue S. Phone 327-3784 Queenly Appearance Duplicated ABERDEEN, Scotland (AP) What every woman dreads happened to Queen Elizabeth Wednesday. She came'face to face with another woman wearing a similar hat and coat. The Queen, on an official visit to Aberdeen, stopped to chat with a group of social workers. Among them was Mrs. Chris Mair, 24. Queen Elizabeth wore a coral and brown checked coat. So, did Mrs. Man-, They both wore coral pillbox hats with one Mair's had a crown. The Queen gave no sien of embarrassment. Mrs. said later: "1 saw lier liat and 1 thought, 'Oh, no.' I didn't know what to do. I thought about taking mine off but by then it was too late. The Queen was talking to me." BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh St. "C" N Fri., Oct. 9fh Starts tit p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8ll, and J2th Games in 7 Numbers WORTH Jackpot in 59 Not. Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Ago Allowed Creations. "There's the pants- under-dress, jump suits with jackets, jump suits with vests. We're not even calling them pants suits anymore. Now we call them pants outfits." Gold who said about 40 per cent of his stock is pants suits, called them a compromise be- tween the midi and the mini. But Irving Bader, president of Originals Inc., which is showing 60 per cent of its fashions with hemlines at midcalf and the rest with skirts ending just below the kneecap, used stronger words. "Pants suits have been a very big cop-out by women who don't want to take a position on the length of their he said. "Here in the New York area midis are doing very well, but outside the area sales are reported Eli Rousso, president of Russ Togs, a popu- larly-priced line of women's wear. "The high fashion, of course, is all midi, and that's all women who wear designer clothes are Women's Lib UNITED NATIONS, N.Y (AP) Women's liberation has reached the United Nations a U.S. spokesman said. He told newspaper men that employees of the UN Development Pro- gram and the UN Children's Fund had set up a committee to study employment of women by the international organization. going to be able to said a saleswoman at Saks Fifth Ave- nue in New York. "But the off. ice girls who come in at lunch- time to shop won't even look at a midi." "I'm not going to buy the midi and my friends aren't ei- said Pat Zeno, an Ohio college student shopping at Saks. "I'm going to go with pants outfits." Not everyone is down on the midi, however. "I think they're sexy as any- exclaimed Mrs. William A. Franz, 30, of Trenton, N.J., who has had a midi-skirt since May. Barbara Hailfinger, M, a New York advertising writer, raid her fall.winter wardrobe would include several midi-dresses, most of them the kind that can be unbuttoned from the throat down and the hem up. "The midi is.fun she said. "It's the new way to dress; the mini is out of the fun bag now." CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, October 8th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HAIL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH 14 lit 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 24 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 28 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-LUCKY DRAW JACKPOT-55 Nos. or Blackout Jackpot ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZES Penoni undtr 16 years not allowed Spenured by Aid of SI. Peter and St. Paul's Church Hallinswnrthri A Ladies' Fashion Store filled with nothing but bargains... every day! With over 30 stores in our chain we find thousands of items during the year, left over from broken assortments seasonal clearances... etc., etc., which create a stock control problem. So, we have converted our COLLEGE MALL STORE into a Year-Round Giant Bargain Bazaar, and will keep it stocked only with clearance items. But at such fabulous prices that now you can save on your clothing budget to an extent you would not before have believed possible... every day! Look at these for just a sampling of the savings you will find at our BARGAIN BAZAAR! SWEATERS SEASONAL VALUES TO SUEDE COATS With lip-out pile linen. VALUES TO 50 DRESSES SEASONAL VALUES TO 10 JUMPSUITS SEASONAL VALUES TO s 17 SUITS IMPORTED WOOLLENS VALUES TO PANT SUITS SEASONAL VALUES TO COATS (FUR TRIMMED) VALUES TO s 50 KNIT PANTS SEASONAL VALUES TO CASH and CARRY NO EXCHANGES REFUNDS Hollinswarth's COLLEGE MALL CENTRE ;