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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta inc LEi npmwuE i may Aulhoritiw blame Western counterparts Cuban youth 'extravagant' HAVANA The vivid colors and styles of clothing worn by many young people in Havana today are worrying Cuban authorities who attribute the trend to penetration by imperialism Long bell-bottom platform shoes and tight colorful shirts have become the uniform of these young people. A year ago these fashions were hardly seen here except on young sympathetic to the Cuban who flock to this country each summer. Local news media have used the word to describe these youngsters. Commentators recently denounced the social habits of a minority -'which thinks and projects an image borrowed from foreign During its annual the Young Communist League echoed official preoccupation with this penetration by and stressed ''Undressing good for PARIS Streaking hit the high fashion scene Monday when designer Yves St. Laurent had a naked male model dash through his leftbank salon at the start of his autumn and winter men's wear show. St. who two years ago posed naked to advertise his men's seems to think undressing can be good for business. Herald- Youth the need to reject imitation of foreign fashions which have nothing to do with our socialist culture Speaking to Raul second secretary of the party and brother of Premier Fidel mentioned an at on a world- wide scale whose target is young particularly intellectuals. He said these people are considered imperialist ideologists as particularly fertile to their The Communist newspaper Juventud Rebelde Rebel Youth recalled recently that no authentic revolution systematically opposes all that is new. the all revolutions must oppose all that is old and in order to make room for everything which is new. positive and it said. But the paper added that Money isn't everything Ont. If you ever need to make contact with the Roy Brooks winners of in the Olympic Can- ada don't go in any of the world's exotic ports of call. You'll find them following their unpretentious life style at their Guelph home. Shortly after his ticket was drawn in the April Mr. an accounting supervisor at Canadian General Elec- said he was numb from the experience. But things have settled down and the money has all been invested to earn a safe and steady he said. The only thing to do when one becomes the 48-year-old father of four ''is try to be could go and blow just like Mr. Brooks adding that his primary responsibility is to his aged nine girls get a formal education during the day at but at night there is a certain degree of education they get called parental authority. When the kids come home at who's going to this parental authority when you're off chasing around the Mr. and Mrs. Brooks say that since acquiring their new-found they have been iiked slightly by strangers giving eager advice on the best means of spending by high-pressure salesmen and persons seeking a partner in business investments. But people haven't been Mrs. Brooks says the girls still earn their own money ba- bysitting after school. neighbors phoned to ask. 'are your kids still open for she said. They definitely she advises such adding that carrying on just as fashion is one thing and and something else. Observers ask whether it is possible to prevent Cuban youth from imitating the habits and musical tastes of their Western counterparts when a great variety of French and even American films are shown here and Miami radio stations are easily monitored anywhere on the island. the observers did not the late Ernesto Che Fidel Castro's revolutionary comrade-in- arms who is constantly cited as an example to young reject dogmatism with which other socialist countries have tried to combat the reflection of bourbeois special treatment Ont. The Canadian Armed Forces is changing conditions of service for woman but it won't give them preferential treatment over says Col. M. G. forces director of women personnel. The changes follow the acceptance by the department of national defence in 1971 of recommendations of the royal commission on the status of women. With equal opportunities come other among them being that a woman will not be released from the forces solely because she is A CUT CABLE CAN HURT SO MANY WAYS If you cut a buried telephone it could hamstring a hospital or cripple a com- munity. It does more than cut off telephone service. It can sever medical ambulance police emergency firefighting telecommunications service vital to every aspect of home 'and community life. It's frightening when you think about it. It can be even more frightening if it actually happens. Don't let it happen because of you. Here's an easy way not to be a FREE CABLE-SAVER SERVICE DIAL '0' AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 BURIED CABLE LOCATION SERVICE. Do it well In for a Cabin Locator to get to the fast. No charge for the call or the service we're grateful you called. Thank AGTT Keeps you in touch with service Improve communications Diane Grade 11 student at the in Halifax last week. More than 500 students at- Lethbridge Collegiate consults with Nova tended the conference on Canada's future. Diane Scotia education William Sheila was chosen to participate by a group of Lethbridge Stroud of Kamloops and Mario LeBretaon of social studies teachers. at the third annual Canadian Studies Forum Blue jean here to stay Dress-up denims fashionable items By HELEN HENNESSY NBA Women's Editor NEW YORK The trouble with blue jeans these days is that they aren't always they don't always look exactly like jeans. Ever since the first cowboy- hit the nickelodeon blue jeans have played a part in shaping the male image while covering his shape. It took a lot of years to bring jeans to the fashion forefronl But when the jeans explosion did men arid women of all sizes and ages seemed to think that the only way to dress for any anywhere was in denim. And while faded denim is reappearing in the better shops at prices resembling a maharaja's there's still another look to jeans this season. Milton whose Liberty Trouser Co. makes jeans for men and with anyone in the volatile fashion industry change can be an almost daily thing. Fashion ideas pour in faster than we can ship the current styles. has taken he that the young men and women who the heavy jeans buyers are beginning to something different with a dressier look. see a definite changeover as dress pants become more casual looking and jeans reflect a more dressy look while retaining the comfort and fit that made them the number one wardrobe Just what characterizes jeans Jacobson talked about the low rise sits lower on the hips than regular slacks even on girl's the fit of the waist and sit-down-upon the gentle tapering from the thigh. Because they are casual New elastic waistband jeans take less construction details and usually are less costly to buy. Jacobson had patch pockets easier for a manufacf urer to sew on and heavy duty zippers that weren't always hidden. look almost reverses the trend. Pockets now on jeans are Western or regular top styled and the rise is higher. powerful plaids or solid tones dominate the look for men and Other details include side-tab waistbands or double belt loops. And there are plain bottoms or wide three-inch cuffs on pantlegs that flare out to 24 inches. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By PHILIP JANG Lethbridge Collegiate Institute I suppose I was in Grade 3 when rny political opinions were formed or what seems to pass for political opinion these days. That Grade 3 year coincided with a federal election. The first that my feeble memory recalls To move us into the spirit of our teacher arbitrarily so we divided us into groups labelled with the name of each federal political parties Conservative they were called before they became Social Credit and NDP. The exact purpose for this I can't quite recall but it did have something to do with or something involving each section of the class competing against the other with the objective of coming out on top. I was selected to be a member of the Liberal party. Being elementary school political party we all became somewhat more interested in political affairs and current events. I became acquainted with some of the mass of gray on the front page of the local spending a few minutes there after my trot through the cartoons. There was a great deal in both the cartoons and front page that to say the a little hard to understand they often still The editorial page cartoon was of particular fascination. If was the most difficult of cartoons and it often had the distorted likenesses of the political party whom I recognized from photos our teacher had shown us. Positions the political parties were laying out. their their of never entered my mind. I was quite unfamiliar with the system of the structure of government and the issues at stake because I was a Liberal member in the I quite heartily cheered the Liberals on My understanding of the Canadian political scene increased with infrequent dribbles as the years of education increased to six. seven and eight. Somewhere during-that time I discovered that prime ministers were not directly elected but were selected by being the leader of the party with the most members elected to parliament This had been a point that was left as universally known knowledge during the election telecast of the Grade 3 year. It was also a point I pondered over quite as I when the votes for prime minister were not given but only the number of representatives elected for each political party. As things turned Lethbridge elected a Conservative and the Liberals won the election without my vote. What happened in our classroom I can't remember. Eight years which would make it about I suspect that I still have leanings towards the party I was cheering for in Grade 3. This is not because I understand political positions any better or indeed know how to understand political party but because I happened to be a Liberal in my classroom in Grade 3. This worries me a little For the most I try to remain neutral about things these telling myself that I don't really know enough to judge. When I'm not feeling too lazy I try- to understand why such and such a move has been or will be made. Obviously when experts don't understand or agree about what's going on there's little chance I'm about too. it would be nice if I could understand more of what the experts are talking about when they do understand. What I'm leading up to is that I'm not especially bliss about my ignorance about the Canadian system of the Canadian constitution and things of that nature. With the proliferation of American I suspect I know a bit more about things American than things Canadian. Very little that has been absorbed on the Canadian system of government has been absorbed in public school. To put it it would be nice to learn a bit more than is currently taught. After writing this I should be feeling guilty enough to stroll down to the library for some reading material. His 'n Hers jeans in 100 per cent polyester EXTRA SPECIAL HOME AND GARDEN GLAD BAGS phg of 5............ SANDWICH BAGS 100 on v GLAD WRAP 100ft. only........... LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre BIdfl. Phone CJOC Direct from England From England From New York City SUNDAY. MAY LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Advance tickets S3 50 available nt Leister's. Musicland and Shoppers Drug Mart Tickets ;