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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Second showing tonight at Yates invests steal fashion limelight for spring By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor |F YOU thought you could turn in your pants outfits for spring, think again, that is if fashions shown at the Beta Sigma Phi fashion professional in their approach to the show each year. It's a shame the same can't be said for the men. A few laughs may brighten up the show, if that's what you're looking for but it gets a bit heavy as the evening wears on. Women may be able to laugh at the antics of male models, but if the organizers expect men to attend the show to see clothes, they will not appreciate their models being a source of amusement. It doesn't take a very timid man to back away from a new style if it isn't shown to its best advantage. There's little reason, for instance, why a man has to walk across a stage looking as though the footsteps were painted for bun to walk on. Men's wear is a serious business. Organizers did an excellent Job of matching ensembles with the models. Along with a full house audience in the Yates Centre, appreciation'was felt for a wool faille coat and dress in blush pink set off to its best advantage in the new longuette length. ... vested ensemble show Tuesday are any criteria. Pants team up with coats, vests, tops in gorgeous black and whites, elegant navies and bright pimiento reds. Leaning toward the casual and carefree fabrics, the' LetbbrMge shopper is not to be left behind in up-to-date lines of the fashion world. The fashion show is an annual event for the sorority. Typically the show features not only women's wear but men's wear as well. Models from tne sorority are obviously becoming more wide-brimmed and very feminine. Three piece outfits were a favorite choice. The envy of the diet set was directed to a bevy of bikini - clad models showing their British import suits. Scooter suite, knickers, a gaucho and peasant dresses appeared briefly but it takes youth, a aUm figure and good legs to wear these styles. The one gaucho outfit in black and white was striking but here again heighth and slim-ness are a must. Not to be omitted from the show were the hot. pants. In black vinyl, purple'suede and turquoise knits the hot pants proved once again that a look or trend is only as tasteful as the shape or size of the person wearing it. Male fashions too headed from easy, care polyester double knits to all wools. Tin blazer look ie still a popular . . . scooter suit Another favorite, in faille again, was a red jacket dress reminiscent of the 40s look, worn with black boots and black accessories. The longuette length was tempered by a front slit. Fortrels, orlon knits, wool double knits came on strong in wide cut pants and vests, ranging from hip length to below the knee. Hats were Models for the evening were Polly Higgins, Ruth Rlt-tenb�use, Eileen Matteotti. Eleanor Klippenstine, Ruth Elzinga, Bs'tty Darren, Fran Harvey, Carolle Perry, June Crighton, Ann Reed, Pat Rut-ten, Paul Rusnak, John McAllister, Don Oalder, < Mike Sutherland, and Wally La-mont. Co-conveners from Beta Sigma PM are Pat Hooper and Joan Erdman. Organist was Bert Walton. Commentators were Maxine Higgins and Reno Lizzi. The show goes on again tonight at 8 in the Yates Centre. . . . stripe on white and very complimentary one for men, with checks and patch pockets keeping up a steady appearance. One very attractive pair of slacks were a textured dark brown with champagne polka green leather Credit must be given to the set designer for the stairway. It added much to the view of the apparel and to the show itself. vinyl hot pants BINGO - MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH - WEDNESDAY at 8:00 P.M. Jackpot $125 in 58 Numbers - $25 in 7 Numbers 4th  8th - 12 Games Doubled In 7 Numbers - 5 Cards $1.00 2 FREE GAMES - FREE CARDS - DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OPENING EXHIBITION and SALE Of ORIGINAL WORKS OF ART By J. W. CRITTENDEN MARCH 11th THRU 20th IN COLLEGE MALL . . . red, white and blue knit with 2-inch cuff Fuddle duddle? Change in attitudes to women sought hy Roman Catholic group EDMONTON (CP) A group of 40 Roman Catholic women has asked their church to help change canon laws and customs that perpetuate the view that women are inferior to men. The Edmonton Catholic Women's Group said in a brief to the Canadian Catholic conference that women should be declared full and equal members of the Roman Catholic church in Canada with the same rights, privileges and responsibilities as men. The brief says that each woman and each man is a person, a human being with an An Incredible Special Purchase! IMPORTED BOUCLE KNIT PANT SUITS All New Spring Styles The latest look in pant suits, Boucle knits fashioned from a blend of wool and nylon and hand-washable. Specially imported by Hollinsworth at fantastic savings for you. Many styles to choose in a rainbow of colours. Reg. $40.00 3 Days Only Sensationally Priced at- �99 Halllnswarth' Downtown 320 6th St. S. - College Mall immortal soul created by God. "To deny women the human rights enjoyed by men is to deny that women are fully human beings," the brief says. "The church does not treat women as fully human beings each of whom has, as has each man, individual talents, intelligence and capabilities. Rather, through archaic canon laws and customs, the church perpetuates the view that women are inferior creatures. "It reflects an ancient attitude that women are unclean and a source of temptation to men, particularly the celibate clergy." The brief said that Christ himself ignored the cultural and social taboos against worn en and in the early church women were deacons. The brief said that the sacra' ment of marriage demeans women by stating that wives must be "subject to their husbands." "Despite p i ou s platitudes from pulpits about -'the heart of the home' and lofty rhetoric glorifying the role of the sub missive, obedient wife, women know that their subjection within the closest of all human relationships destroys their human dignity." The brief said the Canadian Catholic Conference should make strong, immediate representations to the Vatican asking that all discriminatory bar riers against women be re moved. It also asked that the Cama--Study priests training and love is ., .admiring photos of his relatives. CepfiisM W\ tOS ANGUIS TIMM order the removal of all teaching that implies that women are inferior to men. -Encourage priests to attend renewal courses to achieve a better understanding of human sexuality and marriage. dian Catholic Conference: -Encourage women to pre pare themselves' to serve as deacons or priests. RUMMAGE SALE Thursday, March 18th 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. BOXING ROOM - CIVIC CENTRE SPONSORED BY QUICK UNIT, McKILLOP U.C.W. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -The case of the silent curse was dismissed. The defendant was a woman motorist charged with disturbing the peace when a traffic policeman said he had "read" a curse on her lips after he asked her to slow down. The policeman said he was about five feet away and actually didn't hear a curse. He also said she told him she had cursed because she accidentally mashed bar finger. ' SPRING COATS "The Latest and Loveliest9 IT'S TIME FOR NEW SHOES: BENEFIT SHOES B E N E F I T S H O E S We invite you to choose your new spring shoe wardrobe from our fabulous collection of world famous Brand Names. AMALFIS LA VALLEE GOLD CROSS RED CARPET BREVITTS ROLAND CARTIER OOMPHIES FOURTH AVE. DEBS HUSH PUPPIES 10.95 New Spring Colors, New Heels . FOR THE TEEN and CAMPUS SET UP New Toesl  New Brevitts  New Wild Woolleys  New Hi Lows  New Maxine It doesn't pay ever to take i chances with J , growing lee! Many New Stylet to Choose From 8.95 UP we stock a full selection of SAVAGE SHOES for children B E N E F I T S H O E S Deftly fashioned and dashingly detailed fabrics. Wet Look Wool Knits Wool Fabrics Ribbed and Textured Fortrels. Colors Keyed to Spring Delicate pastels and warm, vibrant shades. Sizes 5 to 15, 8 to 20. PRICED FROM 25 From Our Men's Den A Complete Selection of  Acton  Savage  Hush Puppies  Hewetson  Ritchies Casual and Dress Shoes BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Avenue S. Phone 327-7300 Open Thursday and Friday Until 9:00 p.m. Credit is yours at all Betty Shops On your Fashion Budget Account Available At All Our Stores Betty Shop 18 Stores In Alberta Centre Village - Lethbridge ;