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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ----------------Thuudciy, Oclobor 19, 1972 TH6 IETHBR1DGE HERAlb _ Q[ local kappenlnaA A reorganization mcoUiig for i girl guides and brownies in ttic Conldalc area will be held to- night at p.m., at the homo o( Miss Margaret Baldwin, 2015 Mth St., Coaldale." Mothers in- terested In having their daugh- ters aged 7 to 14 years join, are asked to allcnd. The Ladies' Auxiliary to Ihe nchabilitalion Ceiilre lor Ihe Handicapped will hold UKJ an- nual lea, sale of and pan- try tahlc Thursday, Nov. 'i, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the centre, 12C1 2ad Avc. A N. The regular old time dance in Fort Maeleod will be held Sat- urday, with beginners' lessons from 8 to p.m. Dancing from to p.m. Free THE BETTER HALF admission for children under 13 it accompanied by parents. Sigma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will hold a preferential tea at the home of Mrs. Vern Sod- ertmist, 2211 intll Ave. S., Sun- day at 8 p.m. A social hour will follow. Fort Maeleod square dancers will bold the first dance of the season at p.m. Friday, with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in the elementary school. Lunch will served, and anyone in- terested in square dancing is welcome. The regular meeting of Faith flebckah Lodge No. 43 will be held Monday at 8 p.m. in Ihe Oddfellows Hall. All Hcljckahs welcome. By Barnes "How much is Ihe down-payment for a roll of first class I A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN VERY SAI) Dear Margaret Urookfield: I'm 49 years old. My two chil- dren are bolh married and away from honie. My husband travels a lot. 1 seem to he very nervous all the lime and very sad. Can you help me? A.O. Dear A.O.: This is precisely the point in our life al which you should helping yourself. Why not tarl by gelling a check-up to ec what shape you're in phy- ically. Then you can begin to :iink about your slate of mind, "ince you're no longer tied lown lo the responsibilities and lurdens o[ running a home and aising a family, Ihe world hould be your oyster. You might Iravel occasionally wilh our husband, particularly vhen he goes to cities where here arc interesting tourist ights lo see and possibly mu- seums and Ihcalres. Or you might go back to school for he sheer fun of H or per- iaps for a more serious pur- pose, such as working for a de- gree. Or you might join an or- ganization dedicated lo improv- ing our polluted environment. Or you might become an ex- pert on Chinese jade or any other subject for that mailer by reading up everything on it you can find. So slop thinking you have nowhere to go from here. Start doing something for yourself for a change. You'ra on Ihe Ihreshold of a new life. But it's up to you to lake ad- vantage of il. Nohody else can do it [or you. CHANGE IN PERSONALITY Dear Margaret BrookfielrJ: I'm 38 years old and wonder- ing how I might help my roolh- er adjust lo her change of life. During the past year, our (am- iiy has been deeply troubled be- cause of our mother's change in personality. She has been fre- quently ill, but the doctor can- not find any physical causes for it. She also believes there arc various plots against her. Should we he tliinking about taking her lor psychiatric coun- selling? The whole thing has caused serious divisions in our family my father, my Iwo sisters and myself. W.H. Dear W.H.: The mid-years can be a diffi- cult time for some women, who become concerned about their attractiveness and their desir- ability to their husbands. Also many other problems may sur- face at this time, and in a way that cannot long be ignored. Seeking out psychiatric coiaisel- ling for your mother seems sensible at this point. (Psycho- logical difficulties should be taken as seriously ns physical ones and like them be treated as soon as possible.) You can help your mother best by going ahead and getting pro- fessional assistance for her. Her problems which appar- ently she's no longer able to handle alone must not he permitted to lear your entire family apart. Help dad OTTAWA (CPJ -Mimi Stan- eld lias lelt the electoral hus- mfis to study in The 19-year-old daughter of Conservative Robert Slanlield, who has Ijeen at her alher's side since the federal leclion campaign began a month age, leaves today to cn- at the University ol Stras- bourg. She departed the campaign trail Wednesday. AnolJrer daughter, Judy, 21, will join Mr. Stanficld. She is an occupational therapist work- ing in Kingston, Onl. Crippled author married DUBLIN (AP) Crippled Irish author Christy Brown, who types his best sellers with the toes of his left foot, recent- ly married a 27-year-old blonde here. A crowd of celebrities and relatives cheered as the 42-year- olrt writer, a victim since childhood of palsy, was wheeled from a limousine into Dublin registry office. Alter the five-minute cere- mony, Brown signed Ihe marr- iage register with the. foot that has earned him a fortune. Despite the physical handi- caps that almost robbed him of speech, Brown mastered typing with his loes and pro- duced lyrics works acclaimed by critics. They have earned him nearly half a million dol- lars. His best k-nown book Li tlie autobiographical "Down All The Days." Brown's bride is Irish-born Mary Carr, a dentist's recep- tionist. Try a little Tenderness: ALBERTA'S OWN CHICKEN! FAVORITE CHICKEN SALAD 2 tups diced cooked chicken 'i Icospoon Accent 2 eups diced celery snlr afuj pepper, lo Insle 1 cup mayonnaiio or lalad dressing lemon juico I el luce or flrecqi Combine chicken, celery and moyanneiso or inlod dreeing. Season In Inalo Accenl, sail, pepper and lemon juice. Chill. Serve on crisp Ic-Uuce or oilier greens, Makei 4 lo 5 servings. VARIATIONS Almond; Add lo !i cup Lias led almondi prior lo serving. Cranberry: Garnish or serve sotod with cranberry sauca or Pineapple; Add 1 cup diced fresh or canned pmeoppfe, tidhilj or chunlcj, well- drained. Bind ut your fworili chicken reclpi and will you book-full of oun. AlturtaDroilerGrowirs' MflrVaiinflBoard BOX 3135 STH, A EDMONTON FIRST 100 THE HARDEST Mrs. Rose-Ann Gariepy looks Ihrough memorable pic- lures in her scrapbook In Monlreal on her 1 00th birthday this Her secret for a long life, she says, is lo keep busy. (CP Wirepholo) "ttRT STUDIO ON TICTH AUTISTIC -ARTISTS' i _ flRT J 710 S AVE S Parasite carried by cats TORONTO (CP) Unborn babies may suffer serious in- jury it their mothers, during early pregnancy, pick up a parasite infection from cals, an American doctor warns. Dr. John S. Reil said re- cently that the parasite, los- oplasma, can cause brain dam- age or blindness in Ihe hahy. In an adult it may be mistaken for flu, although it can cause an eye infection. Cals get the parasite from eating raw meat, IT ice or birds which arc infected, said Dr. Heif, chief of epidemiology and public health at the University of Pennsylvania. The cat excretes eggs of the parasite, which become in- fective in two lo four days, he lold the Toronto Academy of Medirine and the Academy of Veterinary Medicine. Pregnant women should let their husbands lake care of the cat's litter box, he said. Those who garden should wear plastic gloves. He said cats won't get the disease if they are allowed to eat only canned meat or cat food and are kept away from mice or birds. Families can lessen the risk of children getting the parasite by keeping backyard sandboxes covered when they're not in use and by cleaning the litter daily to remove any eggs be- fore they have germinated and are infectious. Parties switched A prominent voman- candiriate in Ontario Is Paul- ine Jewell, NDP candidate in Ottawa East. A professor of po- litical science now on sabba- tical leave from Carlclon Uni- versity, she once held Ihe Northumberland seal for (he Liberals but became dis- illusioned with Ihe old-line par- lies and went over lo the In Ihe Prairie provinces, Peg- gie Thatcher, wife of the late Ross Thatcher, Literal premier of Saskatchewan for seven years, is running as a Liberal in Rcgina East. Una Evans, 40, Edmonton al- derman and mother of tliree, is running on Ihe Liberal ticket in Edmonton East. She is wife of Edmonlon Journal columnist An Evans who ran ijtisticccs- fully in a Calgary riding in the 1SIS7 federal election. lirace Mnclnnis, G7, is seek- ing re-election as NDP candi- date in Vancouver Kingsway which she has held since She is daughter of J. S. Wood- sworth, one of the pioneers of the Co-operative Com- monwealth Federation which gave way to the NDP. Vancouver Quadra has fls So- cial Credit candidate 55-yoar- old Kdilh Gamer, a former fi- nancial consultanl who is aclivc in community affairs and has special interest in family rela- tions and legislation concerning women's righls in marriage, Her son, Fnrcn, is runrini; for the same parly in Van- couver Golden Mile Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon- day through Friday. Saturday from Ho 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: Old time dancing 2 p.m. Tuesday: Singing a.m. Crihbage tournament at p.m. Wednesday: Keep fit at a.m, sharp. Friday: Visit o! nurses from local school of nursing. Saturday; Members will en terlain senior citizens Irom Bel- levue for lunch at p.m with a box chicken treat. Those planning to allend are asked to leave Iheir name at the office as soon as possible. CHRIS' BEAUTY SALON 706 3rd Ave. South ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF ANN BAKOS TO THEIR STAFF Ann has many years of experience In ilia Hair ilyling field and specializes in the over 40 crowd hair slyles. NEW APPOINTMENT SPECIAL PERMS Including Hair Trim, Shampoo and Set Call 327-2079 RAFFLE WINNERS Si. Peter St. Paul's Annual Bazaar Draws were made Saturday, Oct. 14, 1972 1. DEBBIE HUSZAR-2625 3005 20 Ave. S. Ulh. 2. MRS. G. DUZIK-701 712 16 St. N. 8. ANDSEA MARK DAYE-2090 2303 5 Avc. A. N. 9. PAUL FELLGER-3797 1111-12 SI. B. N. i. HILDA GRANSON-3179 2717 II Avc. N. 6. HILDEGARD JANZEN-4146 Box t'1, CaalJale 7. MRS. MARY BERNER- 1141 1W50 77 St., Edmcrlon Doll Untile MRS. HELEN GEORGE Door Prize MRS. E. EFFA Cako Roflle _ MRS. HELEN SMERIK Haiders oF tickets may claim prize by pfionlng 7-8842. Tho Ladiel' Aid wish to SINCERELY THANK all wh> helped make Ihit affair a succesl. 12, V. PTYCIA-3546 419 12 St. B. N. 13. JOHN GORKO-H67 912 8 SI. N. M. BEA 5ALMON-3090 1609 17 Ave. S. 15. HELEN PETA-17W Haidievilla TONIGHT AND FRIDAY ONLY THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRiDGE TABLERITE CHUCK STEAKS CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF Ib. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 1 a.m. to 6 p.m Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY CHASE SANBOtfN COFFEE REG, GRIND FRENCH FRIES CORRECTION ON OUR WED. AD SILK WHITE TOILET TISSUE SHOULD HAVE READ GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS ;