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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta awj Denim is a fashionable furnishing fabric 1 Brighten rooms with window decorations I LONDON The choice of window accessories in decorating provides the homeowner with the opportunity to add an individual flair to her says Ann merchandise editor of the publication Carpets and Textiles. With the proper selection of pattern and texture in a dull room can be made to look bright and or a bright room can be subdued. Careful selection can complement the paintings or whatever else is considered the room's most impor- tant feature. Miss Brewer said a low budget need not be a deterrent to attractive window treatment. Denim is a fashionable fur- nishing fabric and inexpensive prints can add special life and appeal to a room. Plain fabrics can be made to look expen- sive with trimmings. Trimmings have returned to fashion for she said. Different colors are brought together by the selection of a trim which incorporates most or all of the shades and its use on dominant fur- and bedspreads or dressing table drapes. This new interest in trims has stimulated demand for a return to old- fashioned window treatments which show the accessories to full such as swags and tails and elaborate drapes and pelmets. Miss Brewer said style of curtain can be used to emphasize the good points of a win- dow or disguise its bad points. squat for can be made to look more attractive by the use of vertical vertical trim on the inside edge of the curtain or a tiered treatment. Wide windows can be made to look narrow with a horizontal pattern or trim. Individuality is important in bringing character to a especially in the case of a housing development where every window is the same shape and size. Miss Brewer suggested unusual curtain such as tiered or draped cur- tains with tie-backs or unusual edge finishes. An important factor in the popularity of fashionable window treatments has been the introduction by manufacturers of styl- ing tapes and curtain fittings. The which can add pencil or pinch pleats to the show that curtain styling is as important as the fabric itself. Miss Brewer said. Proper selection of the curtain track is vital. Decorated pole available in painted or carved wood and brass curtain rails are back in fashion and Miss Brewer said a curtain tape which can be underslung must be chosen so the pole or rail is not obscured. Unfair marital property laws released for public discussion First to Camm's for the finest in Fun in the Sun Footwear choose from our grand selection of Sandals Hereford princess Cheryl Tokariuk of Sunnyside was recently chosen Southern Alberta Hereford win- ning over seven .other competitors in the annual contest. She will compete in the provincial finals which are to be held in Lethbridge in December. Runner-up was Lynn Anne Hart of Medicine Hat. The contest was held in conjunction with the Southern Alberta Here- ford Tour. WeeWhimsv PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY p.m. DnM Aildms will be sem the original art lor his quote Send ypur childj quotation to this paper BLOOD IS TISSUE Blood is human living tissue composed of cellular elements suspended in a watery fluid called plasma. SASKATOON Sas- katchewan's Law Reform Commission says matrimonial-property laws are unfair to women. If a marriage the woman often has no claim even on things she helped pay for. A paper released this the first of three the commission will release for public discussion before it recommends pqints out specific areas where injustices are perpetuated by the law. In cases where a wife contributes her own money to purchase property put in her husband's the result when marriage breakdown oc- curs is uncertain The paper says the wife will probably fail to get any part of the property unless proper records and accounts of fami- ly transactions have been kept. Such records are wife usually signs on the dotted line and throws her money into the the wife places com- plete trust in business matters in her husband's and is -The HeraU Family at a complete loss when called upon to either recall details of business transactions or to produce written evidence of them Contributions made by a wife towards renovations and repair of property are unlikely to be taken into consideration by the the paper citing a recent court case. seems unjust to say that because her money was applied to improvements instead of the purchase price she should not obtain an interest in the home. Yet such is the state of the DIVORCEE LOSES RIGHTS The commission criticized the Homesteads Act for not clearly defining the wife's homestead rights. The act gives the wife veto rights over any of her hus- band's dealings concerning the but it does not give her the right of possession during the owner's lifetime. Upon a woman loses protection under this act since she is no longer a Joint ownership is another area where new legislation is the paper says. A joint tenant cannot transfer his interest without the consent of the other joint and when a marriage breaks spouse ought not to be locked into joint ownership of a homstead by Legislation governing and relief of dependents also re- quires the commission said. The paper also criticizes the legal principle that property belongs to whichever spouse paid for it. is unfair to the wife who stays at home to do housework and look after because the law does not consider that such work gives the wife a right to con- sider any of the husband's pay her Although property such as the home and and savings are usually regarded as belonging to both the law such property usually belongs to the husband when the marriage breaks wife is frequently left with very ALWAYS CROWDED The narrowest street in the world is St. John's Lane in with a width of 19 inches. CLOSED TOE WHITE SLING STYLE Made in Canada while mini platform with white heel and platform also in n avy or black White Flat Heel SANDAL Exactly as shown sensibly priced at See too our 3 buckle Sling Back White Sandals So popular this year We have a great selection of Summer hand- bags Gel Bedroom Slipper Comfort with a pair of Lyons TENDER TOOTSIES in a host of Beige Navy. and White Weekend Special FLAT HEEL SANDALS In back na- tural crepe sole only We have North Star JOGGERS for the whole family great for holiday wear Open Fri. til 9 p.m. Camm's Shoes 403 5th Street S. Prices Effective to Saturday Closing. July 6 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities TOMATO JUICE 48 fl. oz. ORANGE JUICE Loblaws 48 fl. oz. ALL L-MART MEATS ARE GOVERNMENT INSPECTED AND GUARANTEED CUT UP FRYING CHICKEN Tray Packed ............Ib. o CANADA GRADE A BEEF LOBLAWS 14 FL. OZ. TIN CANNED VEGETABLES Cream Green Wax Beans KRAFT rvriMr i MIRACLE WHIP 32 fl. oz. Sar 32 fl. oz. jar BANQUET BRAND 11 oz. DMNUUCI DnMPIU I I Ui. FROZEN DINNERS 59C Turkey. Chicken. Meat Loaf. Salisbury CANADA GRADE A BEEF RUMP ROASTS ROUND STEAK OR ROASTS 1 ib. 1 99 69 All Bone In ...................................................................................................Ib. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED ALBERTA PORK 09 o SCHNEIDERS GOV'T INSPECTED SKINLESS WIENERS One Pound Vac-Pac............ 69 SCHNEIDERS GOV'T INSPECTED C SLICED PRODUCE FEATURES B.C. GROWN CANADA NO. 1 GRADE BING CHERRIES CALIFORNIA GROWN PEACHES OLD DUTCH oz. POTATO CHIPS Assorted flavors 55 0 BOLOGNA One Pound Ib...... COUPON No. I Grade CANADA NO. 1 GRADE AUNT HANNA'S FROZEN BREAD DOUQH SLoafPkg. 99 0 SAVE WITH THIS COUPON YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE POUND I PALM NO. 1 GRADE BUTTER SAVE. 19C THIS COUPON EFFECTIVE TO SATURDAY CLOSING JULY 6 SAVE f ;