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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesdoy, Soplombor 30, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 35 In The Fasliioii Workl, That, Is A Male Liberation Movement lly JOHN CUN.MNUIIA.M fiinacliuii I'ress Slaff TORONTO fCT) Tlic Canadian inaLe continues a liberation movement of his own clothing styles. Moil, once salislicd to dress in somewhat subdui'd attire, are iio longer content to let the women steal Ihc whole show in the fashion world. And why not? It's the male bird that usually has the plumage. So this [all, more than ever, women are going to have a power struggle on Ihcir hands Irying to be as fashionably dressed as their mates. The well-turned-out man- aboiiL-lown this fall will be clad in bright colors and his styles like those of the wnmrai will continue to fol- low Iho fast-pace trends of the high fashion world. A Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press shows: will bo wider and wil- der. and jackets will be longer. I or straight cut I pants will both be popular. white shirts are a no! I no! Tile bright-colored shirts will come on stronger than ever, according to the fashion experts. LAPELS AKIJ WIDER Lapels will also be wider and'double-breasted suits will be in. II o w c v c r, single- breasted models are certainly not destined for immediate by a long shot. About 40 per cent of the suits sold will be dcuble- brcastcd, according to th.s fashion experts. As to suit colors, most ex- perts see blue and grey as the colors of choice, with bicuns. golds and greens losing some of their previous popularity. But there will continue to be a generous sprinkling of striped and checked patterns some (.'coinc-lric designs. There will be a few men's max! coats en (he scene, but the trend is not expected to be a major one. As to footwear, the hoot slvluigs continue to he fa- vorites and a good deal of hiicklcs and straps will be evi- dent. Bells, wide and wilh con- spicuous are another feature predicted tor th.e fall fashi. i season. In Newfoundland, the trends will follow closely those ot the mainland provinces with suits cut on European lines ac- cepted as the pace-sellers. The suits will feruirc patch or false pockets, inverted pleals, waistline and flared pants. Olive greens and bronze with pinstripes will predomi- nate. The ti.es will be wide and ascots and sailor scarves arc cted to be in evidence, wcrn wilh casual shirts or belled swealers. COLOR TAKES OVER Fashion experts in Nova Scolia say they are not pre- dicting any drams'.ic changes, hut colored shirts have taken over The trend to European styl- ing vlll also be felt in the Moulreal area where the firm of Progress Brand Ltd., has announced it has bought the Canadian rights to designs by Marc Bohan of Chrislian Dior, the Paris fashion house. "We now are trying to imi- lale Eu- :pean styles fcr th.e Canadian public." said Nelson Weingarten. sales manager for Progress Brand. Meanwhile the firm has most of its jacket prcJuction to double-breasted styling for Accounting for less than a third of its output last year, double breasted lines will take up more Ilian half the production. After a period of browns. greens and golds, the com- pany this year has swilchcd predominantly to grey wilh a variety of stripes. In Toronto, spokesmen for Billon's of Canada Ltd. and Robert Simpson Co. Ltd. are predicting t h e fashion-con- scious man will lu buying: pants, flared or straight coats and jackets longer; I shoes with a boct Icok; wid.s ties and lapels, and some changes in color preferences. S' n-vi: OPTION Doug Stccle, general man.v g e r of merchandising for Simpson's, said o.-ials will have a military influence with a Napoleonic collar and some shape. Coats just h.olow the knee will become the normal length, he said. The average business suit will have a slight flare and Ihe customer will have the op- lion of cuffs or no In casual slacks, men will definitely wear flare and color. The casual slacks will frequently be accented with a broad belt, he said. II. A. Dani.els. men's clo- thing buyer at in To- rcnto. said the blazer suit will "continue to command a lot of attention this fall." Prime Minister Trudcau is I No Action Yet TABEU (HNS) Taber school division's board of trus- tees took no action on a re- quest made earlier this month tlvaf Ihe board meet with rep- resentatives of the local Teach- ers' Athletic Association. The coaches earlier advised the board of their "intention to withdraw voluntary coaching services unless the board is prepared to meet v.ijh repre- i senfativcs of the association lo I n e g o t i a t c just compensa- lion for coaches for their ser- i I vices." expected to continue a pace- selling influence in Ottawa, uherc one prominent buyer said he's waiting lo see what His prime minister chooses in an overcoat before commit- ting himself lo a slyle. In Winnipeg, fashion ex- perts say that the longer jack- eUs are not ycl popular in that area but a gradual swing lo them is on Ihe way. Gold- stripe patterns in jackets are expected lo be a hit. In Edmonion, there is a suing back towards Ihc sin- gle-breasted style in suits. Wider lapels and more delail- ing such as slitching or pleals and bells in Ihe back are ex- pcclcd lo be fealurcd. In coals, Edmonton men will be introduced lo canvas coals this fall, in addition to the leather and furs that have done well in Ihe past. CAN'T GET BEHIND One men's clothing sales- man said Edmonton especially the well-to-do ones, are among the best-dressed on the continent. "The swingers here want to wear v.liii-t is showing in Play- boy and Esquire. We can't get beiiuid He said his store was selling shirts in chocolate brown, wine, leal, blue and red, now and then with grey, blue or black slacks A buyer for Ihe Hudson's Bay Co. said its northern stores will be carrying Ihe current fashions in the larger centres such as Yellowknife, N.W.T., and Whitehorse, Y.T. Yellowknife is also becoming more fashion-conscious, he said. In Vancouver, double- breasted suits are in and many of the coats have side vents. often wide and in several colors, arc also ex- pected lo be widely accepted. Large checks also he pop- ular, according to fashion ex- perts. OCTOBER 1st through 10th SYLVANIA SUPER WHITE LIGHT BULBS 40, 60, 100 wall SPECIAL j 27.88 HITACHI AM SOLID STATE CLOCK RADIO Easy to read clock dial. H.D. speaker, buill-in antenna, aulomalit, wake lo music. SPECIAL GE CASSETTE RECORDER and PLAYER Cperales on balleries or AC current with adapler. Remole controlled dy- namic microphone. Compact, goes any- SPEGAL.............. SAMSON-DOMINION ELECTRIC KETTLE Polished stainless sleel body, no drip spout, thermostat control, 2 quart capacity. SPECIAL 0.00 CURL 'N GO ELECTRIC HAIR CURLER Thermo-conlralled even heat dries and curls in minutes. Three sizes or inler. changeable curlers. Instructions O OO included. SPECIAL C.OO IONA MIXER and STAND Three mixing speeds. Double chromed beaters, ovenware gloss bowl and de- tachable cord. 1 TT SPECIAL SUNBEAM CAN OPENER KNIFE SHARPENER Opens all cans. Magnetic 1 O QQ lid holder. SPECIAL...... I O.OO BLACK and DECKER DRILL Double-reduction gear syslem de- livers full lorquc. 2.2 amp molor. Drilling capacity: In Sleel In Wood In Masonry SPECIAL, EACH !595 2.99 BLACK and DECKER 7Y4" SAW Bevel and depth adjustment, sawdusl ejector. Cul at 90 degrees, al A5 degrees. No load speed -UOO R.P.M. Equipped; with combination- blade and blade wrench. OC QQ SPECIAL U3.00 BLACK and DECKER 8" RADIAL ARM SAW 2 h.p., 5200 R.P.M., 10 amps. A com- pact unit wilh blade guard extension for safer operation. Roller head rides on ball bearings for accurate culling. Safe, convenient, up-front bevel adjust- ment, ond elevation conlrol, easy to read scale, aulomatic 45 degree set- ting, Anti-kickback 1 QQ QC lever. SPECIAL, EACH I J 13-PIECE SCREW end NUT DRIVER SET 7 nut drivers, 2 slotted screwdrivers, 2 Phillips screwdrivers, 1 extension, plaslic handle and case. SPECIAL, SET 9-PCE. SCREWDRIVER SET 3 sloted Phillips screw- drivers, 1 scralch awl, 1 gimlet, plas- lic handle, 8 colors. 117 SPECIAL, SET, EACH I I 13-PCE. HIGH-SPEED DRILL SET High speed 1wisl drills. Convenient sland-up plastic index case. A SPECIAL, SET, EACH J-' 5-PCE. COMBINATION WRENCH SET Tempered and chrome plaled. -V, 4s" ond wrenches. Vinyl pouch. O TT SPECIAL, SET, EACH 8" SLIP JOINT PLIERS Drop forged sleel, tempered and In- chrome plaled. SPECIAL Out AUTOMATIC SPIRAL RATCHET SCREWDRIVER 6 hardened and tempered drills. Regular drivers ond One No. 1 re- 1 ny cess driver. SPECIAL STANLEY HANDYMAN 16-OUNCE HAMMER Polished bell face, curved claw and Poll has round neck. Hickory handle, Securely wedged head. f) QQ SPECIAL SAWHORSE BRACKETS Flanged noil holes. Use common or dress 2 by 4 lumber. 1 LL SPECIAL LOO Frost Shield Kit 2 side and 1 rear frost shield. No gaskets. 1 SPECIAL I '00 3-PCE. FOAMFLEX DOOR SET A liqhl seal For windows and doors 2-7 ft. and Off 1-3 (I. p. SET COFFEE MUG TREE 11 !i" green enomel tree holds 8-oz porcelain mugs. O OQ SPECIAL SUNBEAM AUTOMATIC TOASTER Radiant control loasler just set it once and it will aulomaticolly adjusl itself to give the same shade every lime. A lull range of sellings. SPECIAL, EACH 3-PCE. CARDINAL STAINLESS STEEL STARTER SET Triple ply, vapor seal coven allow walerlcss cooking, heat resistonl handles, 1 qt., 2 qt., and 5 qt. saucepans in gifl carton. Ij SPECIAL B TORCAN BASEBOARD HEATER Combination 750-1000 watt ele menl and o copperlone reflec lor. Safely lip-over swilch. SPECIAL ADJUSTABLE IRONING TABLE 12 height adjustments, no-mar "If lipped legs. SPECIAL O.I I IRONING BOARD PAD and COVER Nan stick Teflon coaled insulated centre pad, and foam o OO cushion. SPECIAL A.Oi} GALVANIZED GARBAGE CAN 16Vi gal. capacity. Spring lock A OO cover. SPECIAL f.JJ MAGNETIC FLOOR BROOM Special brushes ore electrostatic and machine washable, Ihreaded hondls. SPECIAL 7x50 POWER BINOCULARS In pigskin case, with shoulder and neck straps. 1A OO SPECIAL 17.00 BATTERY BOOSTER CABLE 8 gauge PVC covered o nQ cable. SPECIAL UNBREAKABLE HUMIDIFIER PLATES Three ply fibre plates. Fits all plate humidifiers. Five plates per set. SPECIAL, Set FURNACE FILTERS UNFINISHED FURNITURE 4 DRAWER CHEST (24" x 16" x 38" 1 Q OO Sr-CIAl I3.OO 7 DRAWER CHEST (24" x x 48" nr nn SPECIAL Smoothly sanded, ready-to-finish furni- ture. Vi" poplar veneer lop ond sides. Brass drawer pulls. SIMMONS "PEMBINA" BOX SPRINGS and MATTRESS 3 12 adjusto-rest coils in 4'6" size, cord handles; micro quilled both sides, gold rcyon damask netting. MATTRESS ONLY in t' or 3'3" SPECIAL MATTP.ESS AND MATCHING BOX SPPJNG. SPECIAL ViSCOUNT-SIMPLIClTY tLUCll'JC UklLR 'i cycn? timti; PUSH DUI.-II multiple heal selection; pound IdompJ load ca- patiiy, scirtty aoor, giunt lint trap; ex- clusive air filler; vacuum drying prin- ciple; sun ray elemenl. 1 CA SHECIAL VISCOUNT-SIMPLICITY SUPEIilWJN Hi-zone washing action sixry limes every minule. and spin controls opera I e independently. Twin pumps empty w a s h e r and spinner quickly. Compact, portable. No plumbing re- quired. Avccado, Harvest Gold. 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Rated 1500 watts. 115 volts. no SPECIAL TORCAN BATTERY CHARGER Combinalion 6-12 voll, 6 amp. charg- er wilh meter. 1 F QQ SPECIAL IJ.OO GEVOLET HIGH POWER CARTRIDGES Assure balance ballistics, high vel- ocity, maximum impact and range. 150 gr. ond 180 gr. 303, 30-06 and 130 gr. 270 Winchester, 270 SPE. Box of 20. t QQ SPECIAL t.OO ISO gr. ond 170 or. 30-30 Win- O QJ Chester. Box of 20. SPECIAL Oi7l PROPANE TORCH FUEL Disposable 1 4-oz. cylinders for Bcrnzrile Bernz-O-Malic and Home-Mole 1 OO torches. SPECIAL, EACH..... -Jv SUR-VAC 15-or. VACUUM BOTTLE With plaslic cup. SPECIAL CO-OP SUPER LATEX INTERIOR 9Sc 25 FT. EXTENSION CORD Wilh moulded fillings. SPECIAL TORCAN SLIMLINE CAR WARMER With 830 woll colrod element. SPECIAL........ 2.27 12.97 METHYL HYDRATE Use 05 o gas-line antifreeze, shellac thinner, painl brush cleaner, and primer for calalylic healers. AQf 25-oz. lin. SPECIAL H7t CAULKING GUN Drop-in carlridge gun. Cartridges can be changed from one color lo another without cleaning llic gun. 1 1 Q SPECIAL, EACH MASTIC PUTTY High quality, ready-la-use, pliable, easy-lo-work. Will ncl stick to One pound foil packs. 01 r SPECIAL PLASTIC STORM WINDOW KIT Wind, water and crack resistant plas- tic. 2 1.36" x 72" x sheets of pics, lit. darning strips and nails. SPECIAL, Kll CO-OP AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES Exlro starling power, reserve, long life. t von 18.88n von 22.88 CO-OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP ASSOCIATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH LFTHBRIDG ;