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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 TO! lETHBRinOE IIERA1D Snlurdtiy, 1973 ivina THE BETTER HALF A calendar of- local happenings By Bar, es Rev. Father N. LeLliM of SI. Basil's Komnn Catholic Clmvcli li'Il this week lor eastern Can ;uln and thp United Stiitc.s, w h c r c ho will visiL rclnlivos. !Ic plans to return for ttic SI. Michael's centennial yi'nr natcs' five-yen r reunum ti> lx- held May 13. and [or (lie St. Mi- I'liacl's School ot Nm'Miig urnd- unLion Hie followinp day. Tlic regular monlhly nicolmn of the Caiindinn Pacific llnil- Pensioners' Association lie held in the Cluh Uoum.s at '2 p.m. on Tuesday. All mem- bers an: to attend The Anno Campbell Singers ;iiul Teen Clefs will liold a prac- tice on Monday from 5 to 7 p in. in the Yalcs Centre, in propiiL-alutn for the Spring Sinfi lo lu1 hold on Sunday, April The hnu-licon (if the Womrns' Chib will mcvl Monthly ;il I: 15 p.m. at Svon I son's Family lles- latinuit. Ke.itui'od be eyes In .soloist ;ind Mrs. M. Larson speaking. For rcsprvalions, plcusc call n2.7-5'J7D. Nuiscry nvaikililo. Kv- eryono viclnime. Wliii l-A-Wuys will Imlcl ;in evening of squnic nnil round dancing on Momlny tit p.m. in St. Augustine's parish lialt Itoimil dnncc practise ;it p.m. WonU'M aie asked ti) plciisi! a box hincli. All .square dancers welcome. St. MiclKiel's Nurses AUiinni licilcl tliR regular mcu'liilfi tm Wednesday at p.m. in (lie' residence. (Jnulna- tion will be L'ollow- t It o an aucliun sale will lie held at p.m. anil is opr-ii to the public. Mem- bers arc reminded lo brinj: fonlribnlions on Monday and Tuesday lo the1 nurses' res- idence. Tlio Lndics' Auxiliary to tlic Itoyiil Canadian Upon will meet on Monday at K p.m. in (lie Memorial linll. Plans will be made for the joint rally .si'linlulcd lor May li and (or projcels on the ngenda. Ke- frcslnncnt.s will be .served. I.ctbbridgc Txxlfic No. 32 Or- der of Hie Royal I'urplc will bold iU regular niccling on Moiulny nl B p.m. in Lhc Elks club. Tlic animal sprinp tea of Me- Killop UCW will be bold on Salnrday, April 15, from 2 to !i p.m. in tlio oliureli hall. A bafcc table and a niu'scry will be provided. L c Mi bridge Chrislian (iusi- ncss and Professional Women will bold a dinner on Monday at p.m. in Sven Erick- sen's Family Restaurant. Speaker will bo Mrs. Katie I'cnner, nursing instructor from Zaire, Africa. Thore will be a special feature anil music by Miss Elvina Thiessen, Res- ervation.-, and cancellations cs- scntinl. Please contact Susan Enns 345 3'I2C or M. Langman 3-15-3965. Natural Illgli, a folk-rock mu- sical, will be presented on Sun- day at p.m. in the First United Churcli, 13th St. N. Cof- fee will be served following (lie program. Everyone welcome. An auction sale will be held on Friday nt 7 p.m. In St. Au- gustine's Church, with articles in display during tho day ol tlio salo. Evcrvone welcome. Assumption CWL will hold the annual meeting and elec- tion of officers on Wednesday nt p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Feature speaker will be Dr. Cassis o( the University ot LctnbridRC. For reservations, please phone Mrs. Shaw, 327-6583 or Mrs. Kyle, 327-6C16. Lily Jackson unit of First United Churcli will hold a spring tea on Wednesday from 2 lo p.m. in the church. A bake (able will be featured, and (he theme Is, please don't eat the daisies. "5larting nexl monlh, if your checking account isn't overdrawn v.'e put a gold star on rha statement. I A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN Ooar Mtirpjirpl Brookfiehl: 1 yen rs old, bn[ mcksl people guess my as or 'lit. Since 1 do look IhaL much younger, I thai fioing aiul thai liplit in your eye and you'll line. Dear Margaret I'm A7 okl. When I Uiink 111 al someday I ini.tilit jnsl Lnrn my periods Mopped. A lion I '5lrl ovoniiphl. I iT.iliy dun'I I lhal timu, I a bad case of u-orry alxnil il a lot, but it oc- insomnia nnd could liardJy casionally does CTO.SS my miiid wlicn I nin inlo friends I haven'l seen for years nnd who arc already Can condilion and what can done one Lurn old overnight? Or does i it II happen I have four cliiltlreii, apes 7 through I Dear S.N.; sleep. I still have difficulties but don't like to lake sleeping pills. What causes this sleepless 16 and lead a busy, busy life. J.M. Dear .I.M.: llw people llmik you might be 2fi or 29 is that you're obviously n active wom- an Jeadir.g your busy, busy life. Thai's keeping young is all about. Bui there arc other (actors loo. Genetics can play an important role in terms of the kirtd of skin and bone struc- ture one fAmJ you're probably fortunate in lhal re- spect.) Ilic slate of ono's health Is important Iw the better you feel, the hotter you look. lint IliG mix of this mat- ter of youthful ness seems lo be what UK? individual puls inlo hLs life and he pets out of il. So, althosiph ynu'l count on gelling any younger, you needn't V.OITV pUuit turn- ing rid ovcrniplil. Just keep love 35. letting her keejt Ihe big, ring. Doctors lell us Hint when a goes into tho meno- pause, her body imdergow a of changes and many symptoms can occur at that tijnc. Jnsomnia is often one of them. According to a recent clinical report, over 60 per cent of tlie ivomcn in your nge group were afflicted wilh sleeplessness. Physicians say Lhi.s is oflen due to declining! levels of csnogen, which can affooL a woman's general equil- ibrium. To find out your situalion might be, why not visit your doctor? Tell him about your insomnia and Ret a complete checkup. If he finds you have a hormone deficiency, he might suggest estrogen re- placement therapy lo restore j-our body's balance. This treatment has boon knoun to bring relief in many cases of insomnia and to help with oth- er symptoms o( (.he menopause as well. Community centre MONTREAL