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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, March 1, 1974 Calendar Disabled on the Move will meet at 8 pm Tuesday at Assumption Church Hall, 2405 12th Ave S The topic will again be transportation Reports will be received from the committees selected at the Feb 5 meeting All interested persons welcome For more information, phone Gerald Trechka at 329-0911 or Frank Merkly at 328-4029 The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Handicraft and Hobby Centre is open from 1 to 5 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the All Purpose Room of the Civic Centre Several small crafts are being enjoyed as well as various games and cards Ideas for both old and new crafts or hobbies will be appreciated Oldtime recipes and helpful hints are being collected for a cookbook Everyone interested is welcome Afternoon lunch is part of the program For information phone 327-3264, 327-7730 or 328-6206 The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will sponsor a St Patrick's Day bake sale to be held March 16 at 1 p m in Centre Village Mall A Mother's Day tea and fashion show will also be staged on May 11 from 2 to 4 30 p m in the Civic Centre Guest soloist will be Kay Martin Entertainment by Sister Laurette PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. -The Her4d Family CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY. MARCH O'clock 4th and 8th Games in 7 Game 5 CARDS FOR OR EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH VIO 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed Sponsored by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB Special moments Fashions for the bride-to-be and her attendants will be featured at Monday and Tuesday's bridal fair to be held at the El Rancho Convention Centre, starting at 6 30 p m Spring styles in bridal gowns, going away outfits and night wear will be shown Previewed above is a traditional gown accented with leg-o-mutton sleeves and richly appliqued with delicate daisies. An elbow length veil held in place with a half-cap headpiece completes the bridal portrait Complementing bridesmaid's dress is in soft pink, flattering V-neck and gently gathered at the bustiine. The romantic negligee is dramatically enhanced with a ruffled overcape, and caught m action by photographer, Bill Groenen I The Rug Drapery Shoppe OVER 50 ROLLS TO CHOOSE FROM PHONE 329-0712 PHONE 329-0712 CHARGEX MASTER CHARGE Now Located at 324-13th Street N. (lomtriy occupM by Nwtt GRAND OPENING SPECIALS! KITCHEN or RUMPUS ROOM y.ALTESE STYLE TONES 5 colors OPENING SPECIAL sq.yd. LEISURE II AND III Colorful patterned kitchen carpet 3 coiors OPENING SPECIAL sq.yd RUBBER BACKED OZITE 4 colors OPENING SPECIAL sq.yd. HAPPY HOUR TWEED a tweed colors OPENING SPECIAL sq.yd. 8 49 [29 7 3" to FOR THE LIVING ROOM MULTI COLOR Medium Shag "PANAMA" OPENING SPECIAL sq yd. HEAVY AC3ILAN AXMINSTER "ACROPOLIS" COS OPENING SPECIAL ..........sq.yd. I 9 "PERFECTIONS" SHAG PLUSH Choice of 6 colors OPENING SPECIAL sq.yd "DESIGNERS PALETTE" Luxury Shag Choice of 6 colors OPENING SPECIAL sq.yd. "ARISTOCRAT MULTI COLOR Heavy Shag Plush OPENING SPECIAL sq.yd. FORTHEBEDROOM FUNTASTICSHAQ Special sq yd CAKMEL Special sq yd TIFSTEN Specw.sq yt) WM 7.95 5.49 frifiiiiMil listtflftiofii A cMptote Drapry iN litiritr Drip Srvict The Rug Drapery Shoppe 324-13 Street N. Phone 329-0712 i i i Life after 65 Keeping in shape is important you have a regular physical checkup, exercise Fifth of Ten Articles By JACK GOURLAY You can enjoy your later years in good health if you prepare for it well enough in advance This is essential, for after age 65, the way you feel will largely determine the way you live Few diseases are exclusive to old age, although with advancing years, chances of contracting a chronic disease increase. Today, two of every three Americans age 45 to 65 have one or more chronic diseases. The ratio jumps to four out of five over age 65. Most often, the fault is ours We tend to ignore symptoms when they appear earlier. Our lifelong habits also must share some of the blame. Years of abuse of the lungs with cigarette smoking, for example, is blamed for a serious deterioration in later years. Inadequate diets over a period of years can also lead to serious organic complications later on. Everyone 40 years or older should have a regular yearly physical examination, for two important reasons. It can any disease you may have, and it can serve to teach you your limitations. Once you know these, life may be easier, since you can, with your physician's guidance, learn to live with them intelligently. A regular visit to your WeeWhimsv sern Jhe original m tor Irs goott dentist every six months is just as important The condition of your teeth, and your ability to chew your food have a direct bearing on your general health Another key to enjoyment of life after 65 is activity. Use your body, exercise regularly, and you'll have a healthier old age. But, recognize your limitations Discuss exercise with your doctor Find out what is permitted, and then don't overdo it. Most of us, middle age or older, fear we are in the midst of a great physical decline. Fear of a possible loss of "manliness" becomes obsessive. Women fear a loss of "attractiveness" and becoming "less of a woman Many men and women encountering this traumatic psychological upheave! look outside the home for an affair, to bolster their shattered egos. The usual results are severe feelings of guilt, emotional conflicts, and the breaking up of marital relationships which might have been wonderfully satisfactory and fulfilling for many years. According to the study, "Aging and Society." physical capacity for sexual performance persists at least into the 70s and 80s. And many gerontologists believe that sexual activity is highly beneficial to older people Clyde E Martin. of the Gerontology Research Center al the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, points out. based on research involving 700 older people, marned people who enjoy a good sexual relationship with their spouse live longer than single, divorced, or even widowed people. Conclusion- sexual activity can not only add to the enjoyment of your nights, but it also can add to the number of your days. Exercise is essential for good digestion and circulation, and is very important in determining your ability to relax The exercise standing highest on most doctors' lists walking A good, brisk walk, taken regularly, out-of-doors, promotes restful sleep and helps to control weight and relieve tensions It firms the body and leg muscles and keeps the complexion clear Jogging is also recommended by many heart specialists as a way to improve fitness, ward off heart attack, and improve blood circulation throughout the body Swimming is also excellent for most older people. Excellent, that is, if you stroke hard enough to puff and breathe deeply Deep breathing is the key. Swimming's benefits are similar to those of walking and jogging for good muscle tone, improved circulation and increased lung capacity Basically, exercise, no matter what form it takes, simply means using the body, keeping it in motion. There is a direct connection between exercise and well- being, and regular exercise, with proper periods of rest, is one of the most important measures you can take. It is a highly individual matter, and only your doctor can really prescribe the correct form and amount of exercise suitable for you, in your condition. If you are like most of us, you've been going at such a fast clip that you may have forgotten how to relax and take it easy. Now is the time to relearn Once you do, and checkup, exercise moderately, watch your diet, you'll notice a remarkable improvement in your health and your outlook on life Next: Your Mental Health. Senator marries at 84 OTTAWA (CP) Senator Romuald Bourque. an 84-year- old Liberal from Quebec, was married this week in Montreal "She's beautiful." the sena- tor said of his new bride. Beatrice Duffy, during a tele- phone call to Senate House Leader Paul Martin in Ot- tawa There were no details on the new bride. The wedding was a well- guarded secret Not even Sen- ator Bourque's secretary was informed "I'd heard he was getting married, but when he phoned yesterday, I couldn't get a thing out of the secre- tary said The Doctor syndrome Dr. Andrew Malleson believes ihe medical profession leaves much to be desired. Many doctors treat symptoms, and the symptoms are often the body's defence against disease. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday. The lethbridge Herald ;