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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHMIDGC HEULD 24, of local happenlnaA The Whirl-A-Ways Christmas party will be held Saturday at 8 p m, in St. Augustine's Parish Hall. There mil be a gilt ex- change. Women arc asked to please bring a dish to comple- ment turkey or a dessert. Buns and pickles will be provided. All square daneers are wel- come. Southmuister Circle Square Dance Club has cancelled the regular dance for this week only. V The Minus One Club will hold a banquet and dance Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Riviera Rooms 1 and 2 of the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Dance tickets are available separate- ly. Music by the Bridgetown Trio. Members and invited guests. Family and friends are in- vited to call from 2-4 or 7-9 p.m. Monday at 619 13th St. N., to honor Mrs. Elite Housley on her 90th birthday. No girts by request. The Junior Girl's Choir will practice Saturday at p.m at Soutluninster Church, for the Sunday performance. The choir will also sing at Our Lady o Asumption Church Dec. 3. The Ame Campbell Singers will practice Mondays at p.m. and Fridays at p.m at SouLhminster Hall. These practices are in preparation for the Singing Tree perform ance. The Lethbrldge and District Oldtimers' Pemmican C1 u I Rooms, will be open from 9 p.m. to p.m. Saturday There will be games in the lounge and dancing in the North room. Light refreshment wil be available. Members wh enjoy playing the mouth organ are encouraged to bring the in struments along. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner GORDON THOMAS Ulhbridge Collegiate Institute Christmas is only a month away, and besides the Christ- mas tree, exchanging of gifts and other pleasant events the coming season promises, it means the finish of semester number one, and final examina- tions. At the Collegiate, 'classes end on Dec. 14, and exams begin the day following. The battery of tests is something nobody is excited about, including the teachers! The sixth annual LCI Invita- tional A Boys' Basketball Tour- nament is slated for Dec. 1 and 2. Eight teams will participate; from Alberta: LCI, Sir Winston C h u r c h ill, Calgary, Magrath (Zeniths) CCHS British Columbia (Grand Forks Wolves, Grand Forks) Sas- katchewan (Kegina) and from Montana (Kremlin-Gilford Kou- gars, Kremlin; Valier High School, Tourney tickets are selling for two dollars, and include admis- sion to a total of eleven games Friday and Saturday. Tickets are available at the Collegiate. Our own LCI Rams narrowly missed taking the Consolation Trophy at the Magrath Invita- tional Tournament held last weekend. The Rams have al- ways been in the running for our own tourney title, and just missed the championship last year. This season the Rams are confident and have as good a chance as ever before to walk away with the big hardware. Regular season basketball ac- tion begins tonight at the Col- legiate with the LCI Rams meeting the Magrath Zeniths. The Zeniths captured their own tourney title, defeating the CCHS Cougars. The season opener tonight should be a top-notch encounter time is set for The B Boys' action begins at with the LCI Colts playing Ma- grath. Our football version of the Rams defeated the McCoy Colts in Medicine Hat Oct. 27th, and won the Southern Alberta High School Football League Cham- pionship. The T. Eaton Trophy, symbolic of football supremacy in the league, was returned home to the Rains. In seventeen years, Head Coach Jim Whitelaw and the 'fellas" have claimed the title fourteen times. Tlie latest from LCI's foster child, Domingo Olimptado, was not the beet of news. His home was flattened by a recent ty. phoon, and the Foster Parent Association sent immediate aid. The last letter expressed grati- tude for the assistance render- ed. The World AHairs Club of the LCI will be presenting its Ninth Annual Model United Nations General Assembly Easter MOD' day and Tuesday, April 23 and 24. The registration deadline is in middle January. About one hundred and fifty students from all over western Canada are expected to attend the Assembly. Registration forms are avail- able from the LCI. tt The LCI band uniforms have arrived, exciting the entire band. The Band Uniform Fund stands near after a donation from the organizers of the LCI reunion held in July. Mrs. K. MacLeod, co-chair- man of the event, presented the cheque to former LCI Princi- pal, Mr. D. S. A. Kyle (chair- man, special names committee for the Band Uniform who presented the money to Tom Little, band representa- ftve. Work Is progressing on LCI's musical production this year, Carousel. The dates, April 16-19 have been announced. Vocal re- hearsals have been taking place regularly, and auditions will be called for shortly. It looks like a great production. Christmas is coming. And so are the finals, so we will all be hitting the books In a very short time. if LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS University of Lethbridge Presentation "QUICHOTTE" WED., NOV. 29 P.M. Phylical Education I Pint Artl lulldlnj Anne Campbell Singers and Teen Clefs "SINGING TREE" SUNDAY, DEC. 10 and P.M. YATES MEMOKIAt CENTM L.C.I. Bands WINTER CONCERT TUESDAY, DEC. 12-8 P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION SEASON'S TICKETS NOW ON SALE LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDC. PH. NEW POOL TABLE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS Left, Martha Draffin, pasl president of the Kinelte Club, challenges pool shark Andrew Stnysco to a game on Ihe new lable at the Golden Mile Senior Cihiiens' Centre, purchased with a donalion from Ihe ser- vice club. The money was raised through distribution of Kingo Bingo cards. Groenen, photo A few wrinkles don't matter: ifs character that counts ROME (CP) "I'm quite willing to tell my right says Princess Galitzine, one of Italy's top fashion designers. But the princess doesn't look her 45 years. She said she is un- able to see why other women aren't as wiling to he honest. But foremost women older than 35 this is a touchy subject. The princess said she believes the important tiling is the way you feel, your attitude towards reflected on your life. This looks. "It's important to be pleased with she said. "And if you are, then it's not impor- tant to lie about your age." Asked if she approved of face lifts to help a woman look younger, she agreed that for some women this was impor- tant. "But why pretend you haven't bad one when you have? What does it matter if you pull up pour face three or four times? Be honest about it." However, she said she feels hat it shouldn't matter to a voman if she has a few wrin- des. They added character to her face. Good health and a well-cared-for skin were the im- wrtant things. On the differences between ana of t out own The Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute recently received a tound and complete collection if National Geographic vol- umes dating from 1934 to 1939 as a donation to the library. The LCI is still in need of copies of the magazine prior lo 1958 and would welcome any contributions. Persons may contact the school at 320-9COS or take the books to the library. Mr. Harold Douglas is now a >atient in St. Michael's Hospi- al. Visitors are permitted. Italian and North American women. Princess Galitzine said she feels that American and Ca- nadian women are more afraid of losing their men. This made them less interesting as per- sons. "There's more hard competi- tion and fear in a North Ameri- can woman's married she said. "In Italy you have to wait five years for a divorce so a wife feels more secure. It doesn't happen suddenly and un- expectedly." One of the things that helped to make an Italian woman feel confident and secure was the gallantry of Italian men. "They are much more gallant than North Americans. So a for- Special mass Sunday Plans are being finalized for the 00th anniversary of the es- tablishment of the Calgary dio- cese of the Roman Catholic Church. Celebrations will take place this weekend in Leth- bridge and several other south- ern Alberta centres. Set for Sunday, the anniver- sary will be celebrated in each dsanery at a special mass with a guest bishop or archibshop. A special liturgy will ba held in St. Patrick's Church in Leth- bridge. Mass is scheduled for 4 p.m. and will be followed by j reception in the church hall. I Bishop Michael Harrington of the Kamloops Diocese will say mass for the occasion. lie is a former priest at St. Basil's eign woman has to be careful not to lie fooled." This gallantry lias made Ital- ian women feel fragile, more dependent. But this may be changing. Young Italian girls now want a career. "I was in business three years before my husband finally agreed to me said the princess, who is married to an industrialist. So with independence, per- haps much of the Italian man's gallantry would vanish. What about aging men? Ob- viously, she responded, it's a sign of aging when a man wants a young girl. A short adventure is one thing but he should really want a wife who is a mature, more experienced woman. She would be more interesting. "Italian men are very well groomed and have always taken more care of themselves than .have Italian Princess Galitzine said. "They are more concerned about their figures and their skin." However, she noted, Italian woman are catching up. As for women's will be some Lime before it gets any- where in she speculated. Liberated heart Church in the city. Featured at the celebrations will be a special ceremony to give recognition to Iho senior citizens of the Diocese. JHE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Does neatness DALLAS, Tex. CAP) are catching up to men in Ihe incidence of unexpected death from heart attack, an in- crease lhal seems io be related primarily lo a higher rate ol ciRarellc smoking, a New Yok re.scarchcr said Saluday. "Women arc becoming liber- ate! now and have all the ad- vantages and disadvantages o[ men." said Dr. David M. Spain of Brcokdalc Hospital Medical Center. Addressing scientific sessions of the American Heart Associ- alion, Spain dcscrilxxl a study of such unexpected deaths in collaboration with doctors at New York's Westchcsler County medical examiner's office. An early sludy from the same office found lhal in Ihe 19-1959 docade Hie ratio of men lo women dying unexpectedly of coronary heart disease was 12 lo 1, hul in (he later study, 19G7- 71, il lind dropped lo 4 lo Autopsies were performed on liic women and they were seen lo have more of Ihe nnn-smokcrs who died of other I causes. 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