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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -WtdntKlay, July 14, 1971 THE ItTHWIDCt HBAID 45 for attention gmng By MARGAKET NESS BUCK HILL FALLS, Pa. (CP) "The costume party in men's clothes is over." That's what Ken O'Keefe, fashion director for the Men's Fashion Association, reported at the fall-winter press pie- view held here in the Pocono "Clothes that shout for at- tention are giving way to the neats, the solids, the non-gim- micky." This doesn't mean that men's fashions are returning to drabness. There1! rtffl lota of color interest, for example, in suits. Aubergine is the lat- est fashion color, ranging from deep purple to cran- berry. But the color explosion of violent three-way contrasts in suits, shirts and ties is Now fall promises a lure even to the conservatives. A return to the white shut, though not pristine white. There's usually a wtote-on- whits pattern. Then a man can venture into a deep pur- ple, giant windowpane wool suit, complemented by a pur- ple knit tie. This was one of the suits paraded in the first fashJ'-n showing. Major fashion changes for fail are principally hi fabrics and detailing. The basic suit silhouette remains single or two buttoned. Subtle shaping and wider lapels give a feel- ing of wider shoulders. Pants will have a wider two-inch belt and wider bottoms. The blazer suit is increasing in importance, finding an ac- ceptance between the business aid the sports-3acket look And the true double-breasted blazer is alive still. TURTLE-NECKS WORN In the showing were several suits that by changing a shirt-and-tie for a turtle-neck sweater could be worn either to the office or to a country week-end. One was a tan po- lyester-and-wool in a muted herringbone, with deep side vents. Another was a two-tone brown, giant tattersall with flap pockets and deep centre vent. It was worn with a yel- low shirt in a neat-spaced de- sign and brown knit tie. Sportswear has several nos- talgic moods for fall. One is the 1920s look in knickers and Argyle sweaters. Another is the return of die stadium or car coat, a classic from 1940 on. New are crocheted sweaters. A wide, tightly knit banding avoids an obviously feminine look. One sleeveless style is in beige-rust-and-pur- pie, worn with open-neck pur- Most slacks in the showings were knits. Another look is the tight or body sweater, often with a U-scoop neckline. They're part of the fall fashion that has been labelled by the asso- ciation as "The Neats." are still a lot of tur- tie-neck sweaters, worn cas- ually with slacks, as a mus- tard knit turtle with red-and- green plaid slacks or worn under a jacket. For casual wear the turtles even ap- peared with the new long coats. For cold days in the coun- try, outerwear suits are the answer, from a short and nar- row-banded blue denim jacket with flat fur lining and match- ing denim boot pants to a nos- talgic chubby look in a flying ace suit of pale grey rayon- and-wool and ripper trim, and matching knickers. Several bush suit adapta- tions included a herringbone printed cotton corduroy with multi-pockets. It was worn with in open-nook animal print shirt. Suede and leather trims are also returning. camel wool and polyester sports coat, worn by an older man, had leather patchej on shoulders and sleeves. brother TACOMA, Wash. (AP) Edgar N. Eisenhower, 82, brother of the 1 a t e President Dwight D. Eisenhower, ditd here. APPLE JUICE Town House, Pure, Vitaminized-48. fl. oz. tin .00 for Bake-Shop Fresh! Sandwich Bread Skylark White or Brown 20-ci. Sliced Loaf 4195' Tulip Rolls 2 s65 h Loaf We APRICOT HALVES Taste Tells, Canada Choice-14 fl. oz. tin A ACC Lucerne Dairy IrAMIII't rreSH I OgUll 32 oz. ctn. Sour Cream Cream Topping PRICES EFFECTIVE July 14 17 Intl. In lethbridge Stores Toa.tMast.ir 39C Chop Suey Fresh Donuts Toaitmolter Old Faihioned.........Tray of 12 45c Rotary Freih 8" Fresh Donuts Mrt. Willmant Sugar WhiW....... .......59c -11 Me Personal Care Savers Suave Normal i CHERRY TIME! Canada No. 1 Bings and I Others Hair Spray _ i Noxzema Tropic Tan 1 Tan Lotion Free lovely 1.09 Vegetable Oil Egg Jelly Powders Cutex Dental Cream Tub........1.09 Paper Towels More Super Savers! Monarch, Pouch Pak, 4 C 1 Ofl Cake Mixes w, Pk9 3 i.uw 11 Kraft, Jet Puffed, White gr ft Nlarshntallows Fn.it, .PkB. L ji "c Jello Assorted eia ft 2 zee, Reguiar 2 R.H 59C Kraft Canadian Slice, Process Cheese wt Artd DISCC New Potatoes bSJ Fruit cocktail j Green Cabbage -rNO, j Henri Lettuce No' 29" I lnstant Coffee I nCUn LCIIUte criip and Green..........Ib. falW I c J Fresh Plums i Crisp Apples sri J I CANNING SUPPLIES START PLANNING NOW! I I Safeway ha. a complot. "lection of horn, pre.erving n..d.: I Jars, Finings, Caps, Rings Freezer Bags, Tubs, etc. I Also you want to forget C.rto and Certo Cryitali I DISCOUNT PRICES Lunch Time Super Savers T0wn House w n. tin 33c Maxwell Houia 10 net wt. Sweetee Asst'd O 0 Unsweetened pkg. Oil Planter, 32 Fl. oz. B.I.. Lunch Meat 1.79 Miracle Whip Small Shrimp Kam a I Sugar Sweet Asit'd O KOOl Aid k Sara lee Frozen 24 oz. OC gar Sweet Asit'd O OJC flavors 4 oz. net wf. pkg for Foil Wrap w- 73c Paper Napkins Ze. Handy Pka. w 39c or. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. 69' 59' ;