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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE ISTH.BRIDGS HMALO Friday, September 1, Scottish and English wools for made-to-measure clothes have an English Woollen Shop. The English and Scotch WooV len Co. which opened in the Centre Village Moll this week is a branch of a 40-year-old Ot- tawa company. There arc 60 such brandies across Canada with the other five prairie ones being in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver and two in Calgary. The Lethbridgo shop offers made-to-measure suits, jack- ets, pants and overcoats. Glen Held, manager of the store, said most of the wools in the store are from England and Scotland. He said the avail- Scotch I ones. Although the store docs stock polyester, forirel and other fab- rics for pants, Mr. Reid said IK feels that "wool is still bet- ter than these fabrics. It drapes better ami locks belter." Mr. "Reid said Use store, would lie able to sell suits cheaper than slores which do not spe- cialize just iu suits. He said "the store is just an outlet for the public. Really they are buying directly from the factory." In a normal store that docs not specialize in suits, said Mr. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes take those two that are exactly At this price, I'm having them made into earrings." alike. LESSTiR'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner eid a customer has a choice maybe 20 to 30 suits. In. his iop he has over 300 suit ngths and several style books ving the customer over [Cerent kinds ot suits to ".oose from. He said the store will soar e employing a tailor who wil lake minor adjustments and Iterations to the suit after it s finished and the customer is rying it on in the stove. xv calendar of iocal happening) Green Acres Kiwanis Club vill meet on Wednesday at p.m. in the Marquis Hotel. This will be the first night of the apple campaign. The Lethbridge Branch o[ the Alberta Home Economics As- sociation invites all home ec- onomists to bring their ONTO steak to a barbeque supper at :he home of Mrs. Keith De Arm- ond, 314 12th St. S. on Tuesday at p.m. The executive will supply ,the rest, including dish- es. ana out Hiss Betty Bartman and Mrs. Wilson, who recently re- turned from a trip to the USSR, will give their impressions of their visit to the Lethbridge Branch of the Alberta Home Economics Association. This unusual program wilt be pre- sented following a barbenue next Tuesday. Mass screening, pregnancy monitoring used New techniques reduce risk of abnormal birth By CATHIE RETI (Cathie is a second year journalism student at LCC, working at The Herald for the The chalk has already made Its appearance on the black- boards of the schools, and classes are now under way. Within the next week, the col- lege and university in the city will be operating, and scholars will be attempting once again to add to their educations. And as the halls ot learning fill with students, occasionally some of the students will be re- membering tlie good old days of summer. It was cold antl it rained. But twisting in and out ol those days, there were a few days in the warm sun, with activities that seemed to make life just a little bit easier, and relieved the tension of the classroom. There were many days spen on the ten-speed bikes, eruis ing the city, and attempted trips to Monarch, Coaldale and some times even to Waterton. Rain or shine, the cyclis made his journeys. There were a few lazy days lying on the warm beaches o Park Lake or on the sun deck. or patios surrounding the loca pools, calculating the number of grains of sand, the numbe of blades of grass, or the shapes of the clouds in the sky. Summer was also the tim for getting involved in sport including baseball, tennis an rugby. Students were involved in 0 portunities for Youth projecl til oE them wilh the purpose KICII GRAB CANNES, France AP) A voman reported her handbag vas stolen while she lunched at 1 beach cafe. It was not a rou- ine purse snatch. The bag con :ained two rings worth and about in cash'. MONTREAL (CP) Five o! every 100 babies born today have some sort of genetic dis- ease. Dr. Charles Scriver, a genetic biologist, says he feels Iliat modern genetic counselling techniques can help reduce the incidence of birth abnormalities and hereditary diseases. "The mass screening pro- gram along with pregnancy monitoring techniques are al- lowing high-risk couples to have normal children but lire pre- venting the birth of a child with a fatal and incurable he said in an interview. "In effect it's preventive Guides., Brownies i in need of leaders Iping others in some way or other. Others spent their summer orking at various jobs, many whom will probably not wan keep them as careers for the st of their lives. But the in ome has been beneficial t ost, helping them continu .heir The summer was also a time or taking holidays to othe arts of ttri country or the