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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Otlobcr 27, 1972 THE LITHBRfDCE HERALD 21 Ann Landers iashions for comfortable iun SUITED FOR SPRING These crealions WGTQ shown in New York yesterday at ihe Mollie Parnis spring col leclion, in which the suit hos made a comeback, lef is a red, black and white geomelric print cotton wilh flowered blouse in malching colors. At right Is a black and white suii, also wilh matching blouse. Family planning NEW YORK CAP) (illation Council said the injec- melhods of birlh control, inchid-' (ion using a combination oC DEAR ANN LANDERS: The pastor of our church has been visiting a widow who lives rear me, almost daily since her husband died. At first we thought it svas very considerate of him to take such a personal interest In her, but it's been three, years now and she's had plenty of timo lo learn how to handle her grief alone. There is ti lot of wHspcring In our town about this two- some and I don't tliink it is doing our church any good. Should we speak to the woman, to the minister, or to (he minister's wife? want to proceed In a way that will be best for everybody. We feel certain that if the minister or his wife was aware of Ihe gossip ho would behave differently. Please advise. Observers DEAR OBSF.nVERS: If the minister has been visiting a woman every day for three years his wife probably knows about it and is handling it in the way thai is best for her. My advice Is to mind your own business. DEAR ANN LANDERS: As a fashion editor, I was licked off by the letter from n couple who returned to their alma mater and decided to withhold their financial support of the university because (he kids on campus wore "such grubby- looking clothes." I think it's great that a few pairs of jeans can see a student through college and the important money goes Instead to appropriate places, such as books and living. This is a far cry from the way it was in my day when a girl's wardrobe cost almost as much as her tuition. It's thrill lo see flic students at JtcGill University. They come from Southeast Asia, the African stales, the U.S. and Canada secure in Iheir jeans, dismissing clothes as "un- important" and Setting down instead to Ihe real values o[ learning and exchanging ideas. Those appliques of mushrooms, sunflowers and hip slo- gans that the North American kids have devised to patch the holes in Iheir jeans have as much originality as the styles seen on Ihe streets of Paris and London. And they are fashioned out of leftovers from Maw's scrap bag. Give them credit, Ann. They're Rrcat! Wini Reader, Montreal Gazette DEAR WINI: Right on, Doll. When I went to college a cashmere sweater was a stalus symbol and a run In a girl's stocking was a catastrophe. I see noiv hoiv shallow those values were. lly JEAN SHARP Women's Editor Fashion this fall Is more Inn for more women than it has Iwcn in a long time. You can doll up In a long dross If you want, play little girl in a mini, wear pants almost anywhere and bo fashionable as well as comfortable in a sweater and pleated skirl. In a Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press, fall and winter fashions were predicted as a mixture ot elegant and cas- ual, with a real range of choice for women past the lirst flush of youth. Camel Is the fall's leading color, with black and bright clear colors. In Saint John N.D., as elsewhere, the colors are often combined in tartans and plaids. Tlw plaids often appear, ns In Edmonton, In wide, haggy pants with lUgh waistbands. They or worn with skinny sweaters and blazers. A variation on the pants Is popular in 'ants wilh 45-Inch width at the icm. A Halifax buyer commented hat long plaid skirls and tweed ikirts are in. In addition to sweaters, they are worn with jackets described jy a Regina department store spokesman as baseball or battle jackets, by a Montreal buyer as homier jackets. T h c Kdmonlon spokesman was one of several who men- tioned the continuing popularity of smocked dresses among the young. Montreal soys a young. short version of the shirt waist is an alternative. While long dresses are stlU fashionable, a Vancouver expert and others commented on the return lo popularity of short cocktail dresses. Many of them are hlack and backless. Secretaires need 'feeling of worth9 EDMONTON (CP> A group of IB secretaries has formed a local chapter of a secrelaTies organization In an attempt to meet the demands of their jobs more effectively. Claudia Kougcau, 29, presi- dc-nl of the Edmonton chapter of the Canadian di- vision of the National Secre- taries Association, said educa- tion is the main aim of the local group. The chapter was formed a year "I lliink secretaries need to have a feeluig of worth and pro- she said in an inter- view, "and can benefit from an organization that brings secre- taries together." She defined a secretary in the association's terms, as "an ex- ecutive assistant who possesses a mastery of office skills, who demonstrates the ability to as- sume responsibility without di- rect supervision, who exercises initiative auid judgment, and who makes decisions within the scope of assigned ri.AN WORKSHOPS Mrs. Houficau, who has been secretary to the sales director ot a large hotel for two years, said membership is open lo those with secretarial training employed as a secretary. Workshops and discussions on the working problems of secre- taries are planned for the com- ing year in addition to sponsor- ship of educational upgrading courses. An Edmonton association of students training Uj become sec- retaries is also planned. The interna- tional organization has chapters in every Canadian province, every sUitc in the United Stales and in several other countries." It sponsors an annual secre- taries' week and a variety ol educational programs. year-long pills for men, described here lo visiting doctors from China, whoso own scientists have pioneered iiiclli- txls to put a lid on (lie popula- tion Gxplosion. Thc Chinese are experimcnl- Jng with a once-a-month Injec- tion for women lo prevent con- ception. And the Chinese also developed the tecluuque of suc- tion devices to produce abor- tions, a method widely used now bi the United Stales anl other countries. Dr. Sheldon Segal of the Pop- hnrmonal chemicals "really and other scientists, given sonic of the product when visiting China, have worked out the mechanism by wliich it pro- vents pregnancy. It suppresses the monthly relefise of an ovum or egg, and also influences Ihe function of the corpus luteum, part ot the ovary involved in fertility. He said scientists In Brazil Japan, Finland, and later in fha U.S. will IMJ studying the effec- tiveness of an implanted birth i Sip the i fantastic F1ATHEMS PARENTS Have You A Pre-School Child Who Has A Speech Problem? With HIB cooperation of lha Iclhbridge Pre-ScHool Aitocla- lion, wa are hoping lo eslablith a kindergarten efaii for luch children loinc-tially those who will comments In Fall If you are Tnlereilcd in having your child participate In !hij projccr, pleaie ring 32B-9454, Three Feathers Only Three Fealhers blends a light four year old with a smooth mellow eight year cfi Join the light brigade. PARK Your assurance of quality FRIDAY and SATURDAY OCTOBER 27th and 28lh THESE SPEC1AIS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MARTENS COALDALE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Prices In Effect Until Closing Saturday, October 28th. Nabob Regular Gainers Pure Perky DOG FOOD 1 Lb. Pkg, 1 Ib. pkg. 15 oz. tin TABLER1TE CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF IGA (McGAVINS) White or Brown 20-01. loaves PURITAN TOMATO OR VEGETABLE FRESH VINE RIPE CANADA NO. 2 GEMS Thelllustmted Volume One book week thereafter at ;