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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta U-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Oetobtf 11, Fashion show preview Promenade of fashions Fall and winter fashions will be shown at the Yates Memorial Centre, Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 8. The fashion show, sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi, is co-ordmated by Maxine Higgins and Reno Lizzi. Proceeds from the show will go tpwards special pro- jects, designated by Beta Sigma Phi. At left, Carol Fekete models a honey-blonde racoon jacket with hood. Leather insets on sides, cuffs and hood accent the light coloring. Above, Helen Berlando shows skirt and matching shawl, hand-woven, from Denmark with a long-sleeved navy pullover; Bernice Kirchner, right, talking to a workman at the Sportsplex, models a white rabbit top coat with black leather insets. Below, Helen, in a brown double-knit suit with a fake fur front and brown vinyl trim, poses with John Hoopfer, who is wear- ing a navy sports jacket of Shetland wool with a rust and white window check and solid navy fortrel pants. BILL GROENEN photos We would like to help you with all your hair needs at the LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638-S.PwtaktoDr. 327-4843 -The Herald Family GETTING MARRIED Get olf to a special start with a reception at our new Con- vention Centre It can be as large or small as you like with catering ranging from a popular buffet to elaborate individual service Call us for suggestions We have ten beautiful reception rooms in all sizes even the magni- ficent banquet hall if you're having an especially grand affair We've got nine dance floors and at least eighteen bar locations And we've got unusual ideas, too, like an evening reception in the indoor Garden Terrace Just tell us what you're looking for and we'll supply it at reason- able and pleasing prices _n_am_ Calgary P.O.Boi21lb, Convention 265-8800 Centre LH Fashions by Maxine's Ladies'1 Wear Black's Men's Shop ALBERTA FEDERATION OF LABOUR CONSUMER PROTECTION COMMITTEE WILL Investigate consumer problems Initiate actioa whan possible Monitor activities of consimer affairs departments of provincial and federal governments Expose price gouging l.o. Retail priMS, rants, iRliresI rales press for adequate consumer protection legis- lation Advise the Alberta Federation of Labour of your problems as a consumer Write to: ____ A.F.L. CONSUMER PROTECTION COMMITTEE P.O. BOX 45 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA BAZAAR and SUPPER Chinese end Japanese Foods Sunday, Oct. 20th from to p.m. LETHBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH EVERYONE WELCOME! ALL CHARITIES That are interested in HAVING DISPLAYS AND BOOTHS in our Annual CHARITY BAZAAR Contact Administrative Office of Centre Village at328-8835 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE I Men ignoring marital property questionnaire Than'k You' Centre Village ShoppingXJentre Very few men are responding to a questionnaire gauging public attitudes towards changes in laws governing division of marital property Catherine: Arthur, director of the Alberta Women's Bureau, says men are being myopic" about express- ing views on matrimonial property laws. In co-operation with the In- stitute of Law Reform, which is conducting a major survey of Alberta's property laws, the Women's Bureau has published a questionnaire seeking public response on a number of issues pertaining to property owned by married couples. Copies of the brochure are available in Lethbndge from The Women's Place, depart- ment of health and social development regional offices, liquor vendors, treasury branches and district home economist's offices All responses will be con- sidered by the University of Alberta's law institute and be incorporated in its final recommendations to the provincial government "Few men are responding to the institute's request for says Ms. Arthur. "They are acting as if ignor- ing the research on matrimonial property will make it go away she adds, "the members of the law institute have assured me that receiv- ing only female input will not alter their intention to propose changes in matrimonial property laws. After all, over the-years, many of our laws have been based on primarily male response, and have been con- sidered valid Ms Arthur says the In- stitute of Law Research and Reform has expressed some dismay at the lack of male response to its working paper on matrimonial property as well as the questionnaire "We had she says, 'that men and women couples would sit down together and discuss the questionnaire, answering it jointly But women both liberated and conservative are saying they find it almost impossible to discuss division of marital property on a rational basis" with their husbands Men don't seem to want to face such issues." Still, the number of questionnaires being returned is considered "favorable" by the law institute, she adds Ms. Arthur says the deadline for receipt of public response by the law institute isOct 31. "Nothing that conies in will be she adds, "and I think the institute is allowing an unofficial 30 day period of grace in which late responses will be accepted The institute's report on matrimonial property is not expected to be complete for another six months BABY SHOES Now you can have your babies' own shoes done in metal, gold, silver or bronze to last a lifetime One single baby shoe, bronzed, and up. Shoes can be mounted on marble stands as bookends, ashtrays, and as picture frames, etc. for additional amount. For further information write ELECTRO-PLATING SERVICE Box 503 Raymond, Alborta ROK 280________ DRAPERY SHOP and HOME SALES PEOPLE Full or Part Time needed by National Drapery Chain to extend custom made drapery service into this locality. Some experience in drapery or home decorating would be an advantage. CAR NECESSARY Training provided and leads furnished. i DRAPERY INSTALLERS Experience in custom made drapery required part time. For Interview Contact Un IHPvV HwristM Dnpiriis 337-41 AVO.N.W. Calgary, Mborta or phono cofloct 276-4496 ;