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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Highly specialized field i tentative1 of Ihe Inh'nui De'r'n- ers' Institute of Manitoba that inlerinr often confused willi tnteiwr tors, are given trcdtt than they deserve, Donna Mao Yen, a public re- lations representative, in an interview here thai. '-anyoti" can call himself an interior orator." She said registered ni'-mburs of the institute have degrees in interior de.sign and associate members have 'if wit-king experience in the field fiercnl graduates of Interior are not aeceptoxl as asso- ciate rnerritiers until they have "jinpletcd two years of working Last year, the Man- itoba institute had 40 registered members, H! associate mem- bers and eight non-resident as- sociates. "I know of no other profession which the average person be- lieves he can practise with no training or experience. You .seek out an interior designer for eip in decorating just as you would go to a doctor for medi- cal help." Mrs. Yee said tlic general public is geared to what they see in the a lim- ited selection of what is avail- able. Interior designers f aware of new products not ways known to consumers. She said interior designers concentrate more on their cus- tomers' backgrounds and finan- cial ability to create a suitable home environment instead of fashion trends that influence Uie general public. November 30, 1971 THE UTHBRIDGE HEKAtD 19 Ann Landers DEAR AK'M LANDERS: I travelled miles to visit my brother whom 1 had not .seen for many years. My hus- band had never met him. When we arrived we received a pleasant welcome from my brother and a young woman whom I thought must surely be his oldest daughter. It turned out that my brother and his wife were divorced (wo years ago and he had neglected to mention it to the family. The young woman was his mis- tress. I was shocked and hurt to learn that my brother and this woman are living together as man and wife. I realize this is strictly their business but I do feel he should have told us in advance. I was uncomfortable sharing thsir home and we cut our visit short. On the way to the airport my brother told me he had written to you and you advised him that his living arrangement was nobody's business that he did not owe his relatives 231 explanation or an apology. Is this true? I can't believe it. Down And Disappointed DEAR L.D. AND D.: The answer does, Iniioad sound like .something I would have .said, but I strongly suspect your brother omitted a few vital facts. Had IB asked me if he should inform his family of llw divorce I would surely have said yes and 1 unquestionably would have told him NOT to invite house guests without let- ting them know in advance of the live-in arrangement with his mistress. To have sprung her as a surprise was inex- cusable. The fact that he has a mistress is, itowevcr, his own business, and he owes neither you nor me an explanation nor an apology. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. "W HANDICAPPED CHILD Three-year-old Ronald, born with one hand, uses a hook to assemble plastic toy at Children's Treatment Centre in Surrey, B.C. FLYING VISIT Mrs. Vera E. Dowling o f Edmonton, Alberta, one of Canada's most experienced women aviators who has been honored by the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators in tondon, whose Grand Ma ster is the Duke of Edinburgh, seen on arrival here early today. She will receive the Guild's Award of Merit for outstanding service to aviation as a pilot and flying instructor. S ince she started flying in 1936, Mrs. Dowling has logged over- hours flying over 15 0 different types of single and multi-engined aircraft including flying boats. Year (or mink pell price loir. EDMONTON (CD If you're planning lo buy a fur coat, jacket or stole, Ihis is a good year to think mink, says R. W. Gillies, fur farms supervi- sor with the Alberta agriculture departinent. He reported that mink farm-! ers at the annual meeting of the Canada Mink Breeders Associa- tion thought they would be able to get 20 to 30 per cent more for their pelts next year than this they were able to stay ill business. And if operations continued to close, as many have this year, mink might become and prices might rise, he said. The averaage price for pelts this year was less than Sll, Mr. Gillies said. If prices were to go up 20 per cent, it would mean an increase of about S90 for an average mink coat for pelts j alone. However, when the mink farmer gets more for his pelts, almost everybody else along the line gets more, too, 'which could mean an even greater rise, he said. LETHBRIDGE FiSH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, Bib and 12th) in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 Women's army BRASILIA (AP) A bill au- thorizing Ihe acceptance of women volunteers into Brazil's armed forces has been intro- duced in the Chamber of Depu- ties. Another reason for buying a coat this year, Mr. Gillies said. is that styles are more stable. The trade seems to have de- cided the length of a full-length coat mil be mid-knee, he said. i Alberta produced about mink pelts last year. about one-tenth of Canada's duction. World production was about 25 million pelis, a larger number than expected. Mr. Gillies said the increase in numbers was caused by a large number of breeders sell- ing out because of low prices. PRE-INVENTORY Louono Pri Sppcicd values throughout the Store ENGLISH CRIMP (11 oz.) Tho bcsl in crimp material. Reg. 5.98 yd Now Only CRUSH VELVET Only PLAYTIME COTTONS Regular lo 1.69. Pro-inventory only PARTY BROCADES Regular to 7.69 yd. pic-inventory special HEATHERTONE ENGLISH BONDED Mix nncl Match. Rea. 5.39 yd. Now Only.............. yd. A QO 5.59 yd 990 vd 3.89 2.89 Savings on. till. "STRETCH. KNIT" MATERIALS Renistor now for Stretch Sowing Cicisiei Hcrjinning Jcinunry 11th, 1972 CASH OR CHARGEX AIL SALES FINAL 426 13 ST. NORTH PHONE 328-1536 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "That happened last week; you've been getting lax on those inspections." LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 57 NUMBERSOR LESS (Increasing onrt number per week until won) 1st GAME 550 JACKPOT 5lh GAME (X) 10th GAME BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponictrpd by Uulirt Auxiliary lo Canadian Irgion SIMPSONS-SEARS ROLL-ABOUT STANDS FOR ALL TV SIZES Budget-priced stand for any black and white portable 998 A popular stanri at a Tory price. T.ijihtwciplit yet of Mmdy construction ii wl quiHIv to location: attractively opiated lo'sdd a modem touch of color and imereM. Fits all PIZCE of Hark uncl white, sets. Large iinilir-raek holds magazines, newspapers. Strong casters. A wonderful valuel Stand fits ail black and white portable TV TVsi pried villi n fl.i Stylish deluxe Color Portable TV stand chronic plating. Takes Muck portables of (irmii r f l 19 98 Complements Tour color porl.iMe lir.inlifullv... ninvr- smoothly on genuine .SlirplicnP'' r.istrrs. Kc.ili'irrs rhromnl Mcvl lulling; willi walnut irim. hnnlho.inl wooilpr.lin Implied, ( v.ilur! STORE HOURS: Opi-r, Doily 9 n m. lo p.m. Ilinmlny nnrt Fritlny 9 roll it fflni (loinplrir Anlli rark. A11 nit walnut trim. PHONE ORDERS IN focal In P m Ccnlin Villntir. Trlerlinn" ;