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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THI UWMIOOI HMA1B wing Marriage Too Easy Counselling Urged VjEANiBABf dihnaal family p u 1s i T e marriage program b 1 i Ae dnsrts rate iCaaadiaa affi- 3Tw that aane people embark drap rf wen daily as. iwart CF MMr u He favar af orivMiaM ler 1 aaaaU te marmi Ttare anauld bt aix-waak waiiag _, premarital _ The atate should tato at had as interest Theaa Uaas were part of a private nMmber's tan drafted j. Clhaibia: The bU has not been presented in the nay never it reflects- held by many people alarmed at the divorce rate aud at enr- rent that the tra- inrimol family unit dated. In a CuntCanada Starrer by Ito Canastas aacial werknrs, clergy, and people named or to be t to taught way to tta attar. TV (tat it might be idaa, but t u U i T e marriage program mat MM people embark en. But tare to he jaw pmiiMM he waning uader idequate authority." JIST WONT BUTHEB Ashed if he Banks nukkaj KwwU Dr. Frank Fidtor ef rento, marriage atcratary in guidance council af the United Church af Canada, says a bog waiting period "could be advantage." "tt'does the he- 750 Delegates To.'Attend-' ChM Weliare Conference VANCOUVER- Hundreds of person fare' of PROCEEDS Hush Olwn, president of th. Lethbridg. Symphony Astoc.a- rton, Wt, and M. J. Thorros, managef, receiv. a chequ. fer from Mri. SoTBTvorzari, presidenl of the tithbrid8. Symphony t-MJu.. ond MrCX Horyey, Leogu. tmisurer, right. The was raised. from th. Sj MMd Jrltar in th. by the ood will b. by Sy.mphont to mutic ____________' _______j______ Shouldn't Look Like False Hair Buying A Wig Takes Time EDMONTON (CP) In Western Canada, a woman wants to walk into a store, buy a Tig, put H, on and walk out teofcmg beautiful, says a leading trig manufacturer. However, it's that said Jack IQiorsaodiof To- ronto, owner and uteudeot of the Classic Wig Centre. "When a woman goes shop- ping for a wig she should shop for it in as many places as she would when taking-tar he said m an inter-, !n Edmonton to promote sate c! a synthetic-fibre wig bs designed, Mr. Kborsandi VON Officers Elected At the annual meeting of the anrincial board of the Victo- rian Order of Nurses bekTre- ceotly in Medicine Eat, the Itwing mamljets were elected. president is John Beck- Edmonton; pretident, D o B Steek, Calgary; first vke- Mrs. H. Laycroft, GWgary; second vkepnodnt, R. Mfller, Medicine Hat; .trea- lorer, K. Robson, Lethbridge; M. Dafoe, Edmon- ton. The hoard Is also composed of hn from each of (bo aix braBchea in UK pror- said women should go to a hairdresser to help set UK wig and much it up for foe first few.morihs after she buys it. "But after a while it be- comes as easy and natural for her to look after it as her own WIGS ARE USEFUL He said a woman's own hair always mere .beauHnl man a wig, bul the bfarpieces are eiUemeiy useful tor emer- geocies and far traveBng.' He cautioned that there are many cheap, synthetic wigs on the market-as weB "as many good ft B. for mis' reasen. mat' shopping carefully is essential. "Some wigs you can spot a mile away. A woman should look in the mirror'.. and it the hair looks wiggat she abouUbakeitoff." A woman should look tor a wig made of dynel of the mo- dacrylic fibre, he says. today's FDSNT SCANDINAVIAN LODOi WtNNBtS QUIT RArflE- JAM PHUNO 2102 M Ava 'A' I. OOCHt- IHB. N. HW. yam NOKMAN IM IM M. 1' N. "Yoo can sleep wrtfc mese on, throw them m a bag, even wash the floor with them and, with a StUe fight brushing, put than on your bead." Synthetic wigs became pop- ular in Canada..about a year ago and now sales' nave reached about M.OOO'.a week -and mo witt a to (40 prwetag. NEED LOOKING AFTER He said that bucuiD-bair wigs are more expensive to' buy than synthetics and that only a professional hairdres- ser cai took after them, at a cost of tM'to a time: The synthetics, on the other usnaBy be washed at borne although he-warned bat beat them.: "i aninyi'say to wash them m cold' water. HI say 'eooT water, women are to use warm. And, for berna's sake, if yon are wearing one, don't stick your head in the to take cut the roast. 1 you do, the beat runs the and you might as throw tt ra the garbage." Western Canadian, women were: more conservative: and cautions about buying wigs than "Here the reaction is wually 'Well wait ooba some- one dee tries Calendar Uf _ concerned with the wel- of children from 11 and pnnuHJUi .wil attend the Northwest Regional Conference the Chid Welfare League of America at BoW Vancouver on April X-29. Stales and prov- represented are Alaska, Alberta, British Com m b i a, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Sas- katchewan, Washington, Wyom- ing, Yukon and Northwest Ter- ritory. m child welfare wul attend from the United States, England and Canada. Dr. Al- fred Kahri, Professor of Social Work, Colombia University, New York, win delineate the profound changes which are oc- curring in society; Dr. J. Rob- ertson Unwm, Director of Adol- escent Services, Auen Me- morial Institute of Psychiatry, Quebec, win talk about optimal conditions need- ed for growth; Professor R. Huws Jones, Director of the riety ef child welfare aajtnciet throughout the Northwest antic- ipate a total attendance 750 tend. In workshop' se ates .wil- toon gatec sessions, dele- aod share the nwavce rase would drop it to aeJnwe. He people should bt charged (or actting mamad and ba National Institute to Social many ucportant new dimen- sions of chfld welfare They wffl attempt to identify changing needs of today's chil- dren, evaluate current service delivery, recommend "changes in practice and programmes, to more effectively serve cbfl- dren. Workshops wffl highlight 'youth services, adoption, strengthening the child's own borne, child care framing pro- rrammes, new trends in day care, the juvenile oMaquepey iTinfcrniiai. the suiiitual dnnen- skn, behavior therapy, the un- married famOy, chiHre a reading disabilities, public rela- tions in the child welfare field, the learning process service causumer son! work liaUUUaU laWUiWK Weft Training, London, Eng- land, wul discuss changes that are needed in service delivery and outline the recommenda- tions of England's ontttandine Seebohm Report. Conference whose theme is Living m a Space Dimension win open with an address by Joseph Reid, Executive. Direc tor of the Chud WeKare League of America, New York City Harking the 50th anniversary of the organization, Reid's topic win be Child Welfare League o er communication gap, prejg- ice and cultural differences the use of me pira-profeaaonal m child welfare, our technologi cat work) and social man, cmV dren's recrei tion evichment for chil- dren, homes underafandia een-agen and retarded chil- dren. America, Where when it's going. it's at and Mrs..Glen C. Jr., of ,'aneouver is. the Conference Chairmen.: She the Prea- dent'.ei the Board of Directors of the Children's Aid Society of Vancouver, the. boat agency for tote CWLA'Carteraice. The Conference- Planning Committee iiuunia'liig a va- Evening dialogue o the conference, on April 17 wi inejcut a invotvemei of people -in a series What it's like to be Adopted, An Adopting Parent, A Foster Parent, A Foster Child, A Single Mother, A Welfare Re- cipient, A Volunteer, An Indian and Black. in these dialogues wul be people in-. in these, ex- Another dialogue will be The Impact of the Draft on Youth to be a of American draft re- .ore _ evt'the number.of tfvoreea, Dr. FinVr saji he tttaki k might, bat not tar the beat reasons. people wanldat other to get named at aB. They'd just live togemar. That's a 'but observing what hat happened in arher ed- Itank if yon make marriage too difficult people jnst won't bother." Wajtang periods aow vary from none to eight days. Newfoundland hat no warn- ing period, unkas one is inv poaed by a chorea, but at- anuBjbee of the prcvmoal laws relating to fanaly fife it m progresc. A depart- ment spakesman says legitla- tion snsnU be drafted in or two years, and may include a waiting period of 10 days. Quebec has no marriage br- eaces as such, but a couple wanting a civil marriage serv- ice must collect certificates proving marriage eligmflitT and days whDe me in- tention to marry is posted in the courthouse. A civil mar riage i costs tTS during the week, on weekends. A married couple' Mon- treal say people wishing to be married shooM be able simply to sign a paper saying that for purposes a( chrMrm and prop- oty hVy are to be eoDsideRd bnsbanl and wile. If they decide to dissolve the marriage, the courts should not be able to veto their divorce appbcatkB. DRAWS FINE UNE Lawyer Raymond'Ayoup' says the state should be per- mitted 'to legislate marriage requirements if K has the power to legislate divorce laws.; "However, there is a fine fine between that and interfer- ing with a person's ova rights. For'example, a man c'onld bypotltetKally be refused permission to marry on JO different occasiens dui- Aa engaged nun ia Saska- toon it prababry wouida't hart to make ptapla wait a to >at autried. He it twe to a tti JnTTTftttfrM and otherwise argaaiae fcr raariir- areoHS- dally an Wng faror el nrnianM lar th-e far marriaje and counseUiag far aioat ia p r e I ent e t a MKBBB1B, nanv Boaayi big would be a waste af time. "H I varied to get married U a prl badly enough. aB the change my nund." Lawyer Mai Barry m MB, N3., agrees ia priao- not be They'w taken away .any of iBdrodoak. "BtweKr' tbere snook! MBX attitabni ef an tort to raoae waetiag it." to that enact BOOK IN LEVITY Cathatic biatani praanatM a brief to race, "Social atiawa that the jflrity (amib probtant Bat kate their kvky and lack' at farMkaacftt with many, youBgarpeonie.appraaeb mairiage'. "K B the respoavbiSty at crnl auttHRty to by ap- propriate lam to prercat Gordon KiOeen, ai Ottawa lawyer, says he' auptnit at bat there (o Conference On Teen Buying On April 25 Bame Economics Couocfl Akerto- Teacher's AasociatiM wiB sponsor a conference, Bet- taymasakap fcr-Teens, be'bald r in'the Univenity 'of Calgary, Saturday. Festored speakeri ffl- clude R. B. McJLay, regional manager, federal uepaitnient of Consumer and Corporate Af- fairs; Edna Clarke, regkmal spexaattst, Alberb rJetwrtnent of Agricnltorei and MarilyB Hemsing, cknaing and textile specialist, department of agri- cuttore. Ducosston wil foUow each speaker's address. Registration is at ajn. and the general public is in- .viied. The-proriaoB ta law regardtog ttxit E mare or a dead letter becanse of this.'1 UTHOUtaMC SM t. M7-771I sisteri. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes JLo CONOUNE COIFFURES PERM SPECIALS Ratular IfocW '8 RKKTMCS 10 Sfttbl TINTS BOtn rOIWT OUK IMlt WIK SrKIAl SHAMPOO AMD SIT VC Conolane Coiffures oca The YWCA Internatiooal Tea will be held at the residence Thursday, April Domioion Rebekah Lodge wil meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the lOOF.haU. 'Visiting members Christian Science testimony meeting will be heU on Wed- nesday at p.m. in the churc'a auditorium, 1203 4 Ave South. All are welcome. 9 Grade t classes of Westmins- ter School are hoMing a tea and bake sale at the school Satur- day beginning ot 2 p.m. Pro- ceeds for a'school project. The pubbc is welcome to attend. Fort Macfeod OH Time Dance Chib wffl hold regular dance Saturday at till p.m. in the elementary school. The second anniversary ban win be held May 22. LwfieV Auxiliary to FOE No. 2100, wiB meet Thursday at S p.m. in the Eagles' Hall. There win be initiation. Members are reminded to bring in their tick- efa for the Mother's Day tea draw Wednesday, May 13, sew- ing donations and wrapped par- cels. Nominations of officers. Hostesses will be: J. Bolokoskl, H. Balasi, P. Duda, J. Diakow, K. Frecka, H. Gal, E. Brantner andE.'Gillett. ing his lifetime." A British Coiombia lawyer, Neil Fleishman, says: "I welcomed the changes in the law last year, and I think me state should get out of di- vorce altogether. "AB marriages are a gam- ble-people are either going to married or they're not' Ninety-five per cent of coun- seUon and ptychiatristi need exatommg themselves. Who would watch' the watchers (if oouOTflrmg were, compul- h'Edmonton a social worker and a nunister are on me other side. Donald Storcfa of Fanily Serfices AsBOCwtion says: you can get a Boenee drive a car m Alberta yon uree to take a course. .Why not the for Rev.'Ian Macmfflan 'of St. Pant's United Cburcfc says he do ycu'fpllowi for you run out of sect STQP At no charge anji. rain ,ioft deariest.'wsih'.hijlown.' KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE 1263 3rd AVt v UTHBflOGI Moll Phom 32MH1 KW ALWAYS NICtSSAlY, LOW INCOME PRAGUE (AP) The Bratis- lava nevrspaper Smena says O per cent of the hwisehoHs In Slovakia are at the poverty level, with income less than par perm each month. Indies' wear of .nudity PVpMlftVQ. IBWBW pWd SHOT AND COMTAM WEEKEND SPECIALS OVERSIZE DRESSES BLOUSES SHOffBB'WOUIB 32MJM "A Measure For Quality By the Yard" Our iY> Spnif Fabrics I ff tjeWtllQ heawtifvl Cantra, WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE J.Jk-'S HJ IOUCNC PKINCf HrOffl TOO HIT TOM MW DRAPES Owed AiwHWf Hrtl Wf CUSTOM MAM COMFORmS Mtor well Mko 4M IM N. ;