Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 9, 1973 · Page 17
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 17

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 9, 1973
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Galesburg Register*Mail, Golesburg, 111. Wednesdoy, May 9, 1973 17 Men 9 s Clothing Industry Planning Changes for Fall By WALTER LOGAN NEW YORK (UPI) - Inflation and the devaluation of the dollar have caught up with the men*!! ctotfoing industry and forceaa lot of changes for fall. Prices are climbing and the manufacturers are trying to remain competitive by keeping them down. Men's Fashions Estimates are that men's suits will run from five to 15 per cent higher, so the trend is toward unstructured suits which cost less to make, toward such new fabrics «s stretch-wovens which are more economical than imported fabrics made expensive by devaluation. Leather is sky high and prices are climbing steadily to the point where a luxury long coat is for the Big Spender. The answer is leatherlike fabrics, and this could mark the birth of a significant new category of outerwear. SOME OP these ideas, including ways of keeping suits Under the $100 level, were unveiled at the recent semiannual market week run by the National Association of Men's Sportswear Buyers (NAMSB) which brings hundreds of clothing buyers from around the country into New York to see what's new. The trends in general include a lot of three-piece suits with matching or contrasting vests, the emergence of an en- Con You Find You Here? ThU U • Themu Orgmn rooting nctlon. Everybody'* different, but they ail teem to go for Thomas. So don't juit join anybody'* rootinf aectlonl Buy a Thomas and join the ln-crowd at the outer muslo (tore. The Thomas organ Is easy-to-play because the keys light up—and It's easy-to-pay-for during our 26th Anniversary Sale. Or buy a Yamaha Piano—let's hear It for the finest piano In the world at a fine low price. And there's always someone In every crowd who loves a Hammond! How about a used B-3? Or come see the new models now at Gamble Music, halfway out to McDonald's on N. Henderson St. We'd like to teach the world to play so start your music hobby soon and enjoy yourself to beautiful pieces! Buffet, Getzen, Armstrong, Ludwlg and' Yamaha Band Instruments. Yamaha, Alvarez and Epiphone Guitars. MOOG Synthesizers. As one duroc said to the other, "Let's root together." Gamble Music. SM N. Henderson. tirely new line of fabrics that really look like leather, a solid trend toward tide legs in pants, more of the layered look with heavy emphasis on the sleeveless slipover, renewed interest in big shawl collars on primitive look coat sweat' ers, all sorts of new collar styles in shirts since collars are about all that show above the layered look, and coordinates as far as you can see. Some details from the NAMSB showings: Clothing: The vested suit in all age brackets and now supplemented by "Wardrobe sets" made up of sack coat, matching pants, contrasting pants and vest. Double breasteds regaining popularity along with the flannel suit-in neat patterns for the first time in history. Stretch wovens are becoming a third category this fall with wovens and knits, and knits will be cheaper than wovens. Lots of unconstructed clothing, moaning it has little or no padding. Outerwear: The long leather coat, sometimes with fur collar, is the No. 1 luxury item for fail, but a lot of retailers are going for the new leather fabrics to beat rising costs. Basics remain the suburban length coat in suede or the suede blazer. Wool in big bold plaids is the second big category and lengths run 44 to 47 inches—while the short 40 to 42 inch lengths become high fashion. A new category is functional outerwear for winter sports and the big number here is down-filled, quilted garments, bulkier than the downhill ski look. Pants: There is controversy over pleats and baggies but the fact remains a new look has emerged—a straight, wide leg. Some manufacturers show pants with a 22 -inch knee and a 24-inch cuff but a lot have it 22 at the knee and 22 at the cuff-straight and full. Some of the pants for skinny teenagers flare as much as 30 inches at the bottom, and that is a lot bigger than some of their waists. A third category shows narrow straight leg models for young boys. Plan Meeting Kissinger, Soviet Leader End Talks MOSCOW (UPI) - Presiden tial adviser Henry A. Kissinger ended four days of "very cordial" talks with Soviet party leader Leonid I. Brezhnev today but reached no agree ment on a date for Brezhnev's U.S. trip for consultations with President Nixon. "There will have to be more exchanges" concerning a date for the trip, Kissinger told reporters just before he depart ed by plane for London. He had spent four days of intensive discussions with the Communis party general secretary. Earlier reports from Washington indicated the Brezhnev visit had been tentatively scheduled to begin June 25 Kissinger gave no hint as to whether that date was stil likely or whether the trip might be postponed. WILTON CAKE DECORATING SUPPLIES SEE US FOR ... Beginners Kits Flavorings Butter & Vanilla Illustrated Books Pans DISNEY CHARACTERS ... WINNIE THE POO ...BOOK ... PETAL ...TRAIN ... DOU — OVAL SQUARES & ROUNDS .. RAGGEDY ANN ... CROSS — HORSESHOE — FLOWER CART .. BOWLING PIN — PIANO MINIATURE LOAF * Wedding Cake Tops * Juvenile & Adult Decorations * Large Border Tube Kits * Sugar Molds * Drop Flower Kits * Piping Jell * Mint Molds * Ruffles We also have a large variety of paste food colors, tips bags, couples nails, leaves, bells and decorations. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. SUNDAY 1-5 YEAGERS HARDWARE & SUPPLY 719 N. HENDERSON ST. — PHONE 343-6413 "Our talks were very cordial, very satisfactory," he said. "We covered all the subjects that we came here to discuss." Asked if the Watergate case had come up in his talks with Brezhnev, Kissinger replied, "Not at all." Main Purpose Kissinger said on arrival in Moscow Friday that his main purpose was to work out an agenda for the summit talks between Brezhnev and Nixon in Washington. Brezhnev is going to the United States to return the visit Nixon made here a year ago. Kissinger and Brezhnev met in the seclusion of Brezhnev's country dacha on the Volga River north of Moscow, and no information on the details o their talks leaked from either side. Report First Kissinger' said he could no say anything until he had reported to the President. He was stopping in London to meet with British government lead ers before returning to Washington. In addition to the summi talks, U.S. sources said Kissin ger and Brezhnev discussed Soviet-American trade, East West military force cuts in Central Europe and strategic arms limitations. Seeing Kissinger off at Vnukovo Airport were Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily Kuznetsov and Anatoli F Dobrynin, the Soviet ambassador to the United States. Charlie Has Bounded Back After Attack (Continued From Page 6) stroke did one thing for me, it cured my fear of death. I'm ready any time. But I'm not in a hurry." Arquette said he had received some 200,000 letters and get- well cards from fans during the past year and only now is catching up on reading them all. He has plenty of time. "The Hollywood Squares" tapes all its shows—five day-time and one prime time—on a single day each week. The schedule leaves Cliff free to pursue his own interests the other six days. He hs a male nurse with him every day. The nurse drives him to the beach or the sun or to the Arizona border to visit friends. "I don't know how I'd get along without that fella," Cliff said. "I pay him $100 a day— 365 days a year. We've become ast friends. "He also is smart enough to ind other things to do when my girl friend comes over for a visit." Cliff chortled happily. "Yes- sir, you can tell I'm feeling better and better all the time. 'The stroke is what kept me flat on my back for six months. But I decided I wasn't going to be a cripple. The only thing that worried me was whether I'd suffered any brain damage. Sweaters: Newest is a sweater set consisting of a cardigan end sleeveless pullover. Pullovers that pair up with other sweaters pick up the broad fashion look of the season, Shetland, lambs wool, tweeds, cables, plaids, argyles. Fishermen 's knits are back in, turtlenecks are forever and tennis sweaters are selling because of a big tennis boom. Shirts: With emphasis on the collar there is a moderate "dime round" point, a new spread to rival the more popular four- inch pointed model, and some button downs and tabs. Sports shirts often have a pa jama; collar, which lies flat, and most are trim lined to fit under all those sweaters. The single big direction for dress shirts is toward box loom goods, which means ginghams, tattersalls, glens and country plaids. Coordinates: Shirts and slacks which mix and match, sports coats that blend with several different slacks and vests, matching baseball jackets and slacks, plus the sweater sets, the' packaged wardrobes and shirt and tie sets redone in new patterns. GIVE HER a n d e s FINE CHOCOLATES MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL Mb. GENERAL ASSORTMENT Reg. $4.15 1-lb. Floral Gift Box 1 Vi-lb. Floral Gift Box Andes select assortment beautifully packed in a foil gift box with satin bow and flower corsege on a pastel lace doily. Andes preferred assortment beauitfully packed in a foil gift box with satin bow and flower corsage. A magnificent giftl $340 $yi65 MOTHER'S DAY CARDS 15c — $5.00 "When you care enough to send the very best." OTHER FAVORITES FOR MOM BUTTER & WHIPPED (REAMS LB. $2.10 FESTIVAL PASTEL ASSORT. __LB. $2.10 PECANETTES LB. $2.50 PASTEL SHERBET GIFT PKG $1.89 LARGE ASST. DIETETIC (ANDY AND COOKIES HALLMARK NOTES 75* UP HALLMARK STATIONERY _„_$!.50 UP HALLMARK PLASTIC-COATED BRIDGE CARDS HALLMARK THOUGHTFULNESS ALBUMS ....$5.50 BUTTER COOKIES IN GIFT TINS ..$1.95 BETTER HOMES & GARDEN COOKBOOK $5.95 ALL KIRLIN STORES OPEN 10-5:30 PM MOTHER'S DAY — MAY 13 CANDLE & FLOWER ARRANGEMENT IN HOME DECORATOR COLORS MAKE A LOVING MOTHER'S DAY GIFT The "TIPPLER From Kirlins comes this unique centerpiece for Mother's Day. Holds 5 tiny tapers & flowers in matching shades. Complete with holders ring & candles. $ 5.00 YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE — OPEN 9 to 9 DAILY SUNDAYS NOON TILL 5:30 P.M. 221 E. Moin St. Downtown Galesburg 1

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