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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wedneidny, August 11, 971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THE NEW LOOK The fall fashion outlook features midi lenglh coals with lavish fur-Trimmed collars. This wrap coat wilh self-tie belt, by Frohman, is in camel woo) and features s 'ashed pockefs and a big curly fur collar. Homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN. DISTRICT HOME ECONOMIST The kitclien o[ the future is usually an interesting topic tor homemakers and builders, too. Here is a quote from work by Betty Host and Marilyn Trior- steinson in cooperation with Patricia Mascahik. Extension Home Management Specialist, Alberta Department of Agricul- ture. "Closed circuit TV, still a ra- rity in private homes, will be a common feature of tomor- row's kitchen. The homcmnkcr will be able to keep ail eye on the children in various parts of the house and yard without any effort. Self-cleaning and microwave ovens will become more popu- lar as (he price decreases. Trash mashers are tile new- est kitclien appliance on Hie market. By exerting tremen- dous pressure, paper, cans, glass bottles, plastics and food wastes are compressed into a compact mass. This can be dis- posed of much more efficiently than the bulky package now put out for the garbage collec- (or. Floors will be self-cleaning. There lias been developed an ingestive type system whereby pressure from walking forces the dirt through liny valves in- to a sub-floor. There the dirt is whisked away by a vacuum system. The kitchen is expected to be- come decentralized, and the present popularity of barbe- cues and portable appliances would appear to Ijear IJiis out. They make it possible to prepare food in many different areas of the home. Small refrigeration units are ex-pcclcd to be lo- cated where they are needed. A llicnno-clcclric cooling sys- tem which requires no service because it has no moving parts, and therefore nothing to wear out, will be one approach to Ihis. Another will be the use of one compressor to pipe the cool air to the different loca- tons in a manner similar to air- conditioning. Another convenience will keep food refrigerated in the oven until (he desired time, when the cooking cycle would lake over. The buiK-in kitchen cup- boards of today will be re- placed by prefabricated mod- ules which will help to bring down the cost of housing. Plastics are expected to gain in popularity lor both the ex- terior ?nd parts of appliances. Servicing will be simplified through plug-in modularized controls and perhaps rental-dis- posable appliances. The laller would be very low cost items which would he discarded in- stead of serviced. Anc'her pol- lution problem? Computer's will be a neces- sary household appliance in the future. By punching a button the housewife will be able lo take slock of food, clean clothes, linens, etc. There is also talk of compu- terized shopping and meal plan- ning. The former bo a Iwon for the working woman, but how will it affect the wom- an who is already housebound fot much of the time will (he syndrome be- come even more prevalent? These are just a few of the innovations that we will no doubt be hearing more about. Doesn't it sound as though Ihc kitchen ot 2000 A.D. will make that of 1971 look nislic by com- 'XMue'ViIlage Summer Savings alue'VUlage GROCERY PHONE 328-1751 APPLE JUICE ............2 79' 11 VH mm III Moneys, Sliced or Stems and Pieces m PINEAPPLE i All pilln O Astra tiny for I ICED 69' Heinz................................... 12.o, jar PICKLES Sweet Mix fliirlran Potato Chips fcr 1-M McGavins Wiener and Hamburger f) W 12 patk Zfor T q. Bicks 32-oz. jar I V I r Polish Dill tin CCd 4 r Bicks........... 32-01. jar Q3 Dog Food 8 for 1.00 Charcoal 99c FROZEN FOOD F tv -ex CD o O SCHWEPPES Bitter Lemon, Bitter Orange, Tonic Water, Soda Water, Ginger Ale. Orange Juice forl.O Carnation 2 Ib. bag 2 for 1 .00 A P o- o- 'Value'Village RUMP ROASTS CROSS RIB ROASTS ,89' Fresh Ground Beef Wieners Ib. Ib. Alberta Gold Mb. pkg. 69 59 -o.-n.-n. CD BEAT THE HEAT Buy Canned Fruit by the Case Mrs. Milne's Superb Tasting Fruit PEACHES PEARS APRICOTS o on. ss. tt> in HALF-PRIC CONTINUES BAKERY PHONE 327-2424 We musl make room for our new fall fabrics so out go many of our summer lines. Yards and yards of plain and printed fabrics, bolh domestic and imported lines, in a grear varicly of weaves, colors and designs. CHOCOLATE MARSHMAUOW DOUBLE DIP CAKES Cherry Marshmallow CINNAMON KNOTS CHERRY PIES Fresh (FORMERLY FRASER'S FABRICS) 320 7th Street South ;