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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHQRIDGE HERALD-Wedneeday, June {Decorating designs eliminate guesswork j TORONTO (CP) For the home decorator, finding complementary wallpaper and fabric' often means hours of searching. But the results are worth while, says Alan Campaigne, decorating consultant and magazine editor. And now, co-ordinated and complimentary designs are on the market to eliminate some of that guesswork and legwork. "Co-ordinated fabrics and wallpapers allow you to become an amateur decorator overnight and also it is amazing just how many decorating problems can be solved with just these two elements he said. "For once you have a color and pattern basis upon which to work, the rest is easy." Some of the problems best suited to the mix- and-match solution include areas of broken wall space or open areas. For a room with several broken walls he suggests using a floral pattern to cover walls and closet doors plus matching fabric for draperies and shades laminated with the same pattern. This gives a completely unified effect. In open or adjoining living areas such as a foyer opening into a living room, color-related patterns of differing scale can achieve the desired tied-together effect. Another idea is to use patterned wallpaper in the foyer, a plain companion paper in the living room and bring the pattern into the room through draperies, slipcovers or a screen divider. A single pattern can also be used to create a really dramatic effect, the expert says. Match the fabric used for a canopy bed or spread to draperies, lounge chairs and identical-patterned wallpaper. Patterns and plains in the same shades and tones can also be used effectively in an attic room or alcove. Take a pattern up and over the sloping ceiling or into the alcove while using correlating paper on the walls. Fabrics might then be used to mix and match m a bedspread or quilt, for draperies and shades, for cushions or on a rocking chair or to cover a lampshade. Mimi Stanfield follows 'Dad' on election trail TORONTO (CP) Only 21, Mimi Stanfield is becoming a veteran political observer and campaigner, although she dis- claims an aggressive role in her father's effort in the July 8 federal election campaign. "Mrs. Trudeau really is the daughter of Progressive Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said in a recent interview. travels with her hus- band to public assemblies and receptions to talk Miss Stanfield said of Prime Minister Trudeau's wife Margaret. Swiss-and French-educated, Mimi, in her third federal election campaign, travels with her father and attends campaign functions but seldom speaks pubb'cly. While she found the campaign schedule grueling at first, Mimi said she now has grown used to the pace. Her role usually consists of meeting and chatting with people, but Mimi has definite ideas about the current election race. SEES CHANGE She said she especially feels her father has undergone a change since his first electoral battle as a federal party leader in 1968. "He has become a better public speaker. He is more confident and now people seem to be more responsive toward him." Mimi also denied claims by some Quebecers that the Con- servative party "is the party of the English." AFTERNOON BINGO MOOSI 1234 3rd Ave. North 9 Cards Monty DOUBLED WMkly Sponsored by The Moose Lodge No Children Under 16 Allowad to Welcome LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. N. Regular Wednesday Night p.m. 25 GAMES-DOUBLE MONEY CARDS-MANY EXTRAS This weeks' Jackpot in 58 numbers 5 cards cards piy double Door Prize one under 16 years allowed to play "It's funny to hear that. How can the Conservative party be for Francophones when so few of them want to work or vote for it? "It's hard to elect a French- speaking party chief when only two, three or four French speaking members are elected." The party leader's daughter also said her opinions about the press have changed since the last campaign. "I don't know journalists, but I think most of them are nice people "But you have to be careful about what you say in their presence, and sometimes it's best to say she said with a smile. Whatever the outcome of the July 8 vote, Mimi said she intends to enter Glendon College in Toronto in September to study towards a Bachelor of Arts degree. Pot-pourri Jessie Ingram received her 50 year continuous member- ship pin from Friendship Lodge 729 of the United Transportation Union. Mrs Ingram was honored at a tea at the home jof Effie Jones for the occasion. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I hope I'm not too late to get in on the fracas about the mother who read her daughter's diary. Girls don't need all that privacy and neither do boys. I read anything I find lying around letters, diaries, notes in my kids' pockets, it makes no difference. I am deeply interested in what my children are doing and the best way to find out is to keep my eyes open for any and all clues. My own daughter (now grown and the mother of six) told me that a friend of hers would never have known that her son was selling dope if she hadn't read his mail. Luckily she was able to get him to stop before he was arrested. Five women in this office agree there is NOTHING we wouldn't do to protect our children. Snoopy Mom Dear Mom: Sorry, but if snooping is the only way a mother can learn what her children are doing, something is wrong with the relationship. One of the 'reasons our government, at the highest level, has lost its credibility is because several young men thought as you do. They broke into an office like a bunch of Sears Yardley has a special offer to help you set yourself aglow! Buy or more of Yanfley 'pots' or men's products and receive your special gift set of 4 'pots', valued at Set includes Pot O'Shining Shadow, Pot Olid liner, Pot O'Cream and Pot O'Scent. forget to try these other fine Yardley products, too! O'Gtoss. b-Pot O'Bhish Whip. c-Pot O Shadow d-Black Label After Shave Lotion. Enjoy nowl UM your M Purpose Account At you Ihe gumrflM. or money Ltd. Open daily from 9 30 a m Jo 5 30 p TO Thursday and Fnday 9 30 a m to 9 00 p TH Centre Village Mai1 Telephone 328-9231 common thieves in search of information to use against a political candidate, and look at where it has led us Dear Ann Landers: My parents were divorced four years ago I am 18, living at home with my mother and stepfather and a 17-year-old brother who has been in and out of trouble with the law." The problem is my mother. She and I don't get along very well. The main thing we fight about is that I want to see my real father. She says if I go to see him I can never come home. All this is making a nervous wreck out of me. I want to move out of the house and share an apartment with a friend. I think we can hack it financially. Mom says once I leave she won't let me back in the house I need someone to advise me What is the wise thing to do? Getting Ulcers At 18 Dear Friend: You've left too many gaps in your story for me to give you a green light to move, which is what you really want. I don't know if you are in school, or if you plan to quit school and go to work. I know nothing about your real father whether or not he has expressed any interest in seeing you, or if he has contributed to your support. Has he remarried? There are too many unanswered ques- tions that would bear heavily on my answer. I suggest you discuss this problem with your favorite aunt, a clergyman or a family counsellor someone who could evaluate your situation based on all the facts. Dear Ann Landers: I need to know right away if it is possible for a virgin to become pregnant the first time she has sexual relations. My friends say no, but the girl has a few symptoms of pregnancy and I'm beginning to wonder. Please answer in the paper. This is important, not only to me but to others who may be relying on false information. Idaho Question Dear Ida: The answer is yes, A girl can become pregnant the first time she has sexual relations. Don't flunk your chemistry test. Love is more than one set of glands calling to another. If yon have trouble making a distinction yon need Ann's booklet, "Love or Sex and How To TeU the Difference." Send a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope with your request and 35e in coin to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. BILL GROENEN photo Shape of things to come This woman model is on display in the window of the H. H. Atkins Clothing Store in Cardston in honor of the RCMP. It may seem a little extreme, but it is a definite sign of the times, as women are now being accepted by the RCMP. 'Nocturnal nuisance9 writes book on snoring By JUDY KLEMESRUD New York Times Service NEW Ngcawwwwwwww m m m whe-o-o-o-o-o. Those are the sounds of snoring, a habit that has been known to cause chaos in college dormitories, havoc in military barracks, and splitsville in once blissful marriages. Dr. Marcus H. Boulware once had a blissful marriage, or at least he thought he did. What he didn't know was that he snored very loudly, something his wife was too polite to tell him about until it was too late. Finally, she divorced him. "Snoring wasn't the only reason, of Boulware. a 66 year old speech pathologist at Florida A M University said here in an interview. "But it certainly was of the reasons Club corner The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet at 2 p.m. Friday at the civic centre. Plans for a bazar on Sept. 7 will be dis- cussed. jBingo will be played and lunch served. A good attendance is requested. Confused and hurt by the experience. Boulware rushed to an ear and throat specialist for advice on how he could stop being a nocturnal nuisance. The specialist laughed, and snipped off the tip of Boulware's uvula (the tip of the soft palate) It didn't work. The trumpeting continued, and as a result. Boulware became so fascinated by what he was "doing while asleep that he has spent many of his waking hours since that visit eight years ago to the doctor's office researching, thinking, and writing about snoring. The result is "Snoring" (American Faculty Press a new book about the subject that is humorous and serious at the same time Boulware doesn't pretend that he knows how to cure snoring, but he does round up the various causes and provides several suggestions that may prevent this family nuisance from becoming a catastrophe Despite his own experience. Boulware. a courtly. 6 foot inch man. agrees that best thing, of course, is to g< to a doctor." "But a lot of people." he added, "are reluctant to ck- this because they don't think it's serious enough Mam snorers are embarrassed, they feel ashamed about it Really, they shouldn't because it's just a natural thing some doctors think it's just as necessary as sneezing or coughing Boulware. who spent five years researching his book (he had a grant from the Carnegie said that among the causes of snoring are- swelling of the tissues of the throat and nasal passages: obstructions and growths in the nasal deviation of the septum, smoking, obesity: neuroses: drinking: and even air pollution Renovating? Kitchen and Bathrooms THE NOOK Westminster Plaza Phone 329-0700 i Keep cool this Holiday I Weekend in Summer Sandals I from Camm's Joseph Hair Styles "For All Your Hair Needs At Prices You Can Afford" Introduces MARY LYNN VAN HELL to their Staff! 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