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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta (BRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 7, 1974 The Herald------------------------ Family Britain left out on a limb Diet report angers margarine makers LONDON (Reuter) A British government report on the role ot diet in coronary heart disease has angered and margarine makers For while it predictably rec- ommends a reduction in the amount of saturated mainly dairy products and fat- Regular to pair Back-to-School Specials! SHORT and DISCONTINUED LINES SAVAGE BUSTER BROWN BABY BEAR CLASSMATES SELECTION OF SUMMER SANDALS 200 PAIRS MUST GO! Regular to pair NOW ONLY 99 2 PAIR Open Thursdays till p.m. Widow wins lengthy court battle over spouse's estate Joe GREEN'S SHOES Downtown on Sixth Street HALIFAX (CP) widow has been awarded the net bal ance of her husband s estate bv the Nova Scotia Supreme Court although she was not legalh married to him The decision came after a six-year court battle by the dead man s 12 brothers and sisters who claimed entitle- ment to the estate because the couple was not legally married Chief Justice Ian MacKeigan ruled in a decision that Dorothy Spears formerly of suburban Bedford married Basil Spears a driller and conti actor in 1947 thinking in good laith she was divorced Irom her first husband Mr Spears died in January 1968 without having made a will His estate did not exceed LADIES' S TEENS' SWIMWEAR Bikinis, one and two piece styles. Many fabrics and co- lours. S.M.L, Reg. 4.98 to 7.98 CLEARANCE MEN'S BOYS' NYLON SQUALL JACKETS Light and practical for casual wear, boating or camping. CLEARANCE BOYS' BATHING 100% nylon in plains and patterns. Sizes 2 to 6x. CLEARANCE LADIES'WEAR LADIES' PANT SUITS A wide selection of styles fabrics and colours 10-16 Reg. 21.98 to 31.98 .EARANCE IERLOQK" LADIES' "LEATH PANT COATS Crushed vinyl Fully lined Smart styling Sizes 7 to 15 Orig. Price 16.98 CLEARANCE LADIES' NYLON SQUALL JACKETS Cire nylon with zipper front cealed hood 8 99 Con- Reg. to 3.98 O44 CLEARANCE LADIES' SHORT SHORTS 100% nylon in a wide selection of colours CLEARANCE 2 LADIES' TOPS Short sleeve T-shirt halter and tank tops 100% nylon in many assorted styles CLEARANCE WEAR MEN'S ACRYLIC T-SHIRTS Short sleeve acrylic T-shirts in V- neck, crew neck some polo collar Plain colours witn contrasting trim SMLXL CLEARANCE MEN'S CASUAL SLACKS Assorted group of flares includes brushed denims corduroys and plaid patterns All first quality by a Canadian Maker CLEARANCE MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT DRESS SHIRTS Polyester and nylon m warp knit Neat patterns Sizes 14V2 to 17 65% polyester and 35% cotton in plain colours S M L ft 7 CLEARANCE BOYS'WEAR BOYS JEANS Denim boot jeans brushed denim flares corduroys Plains, plaids and neat checks Limited size range Shop early for best selection >99 KIDDIES' GIRLS' WEAR KIDDIES' GIRLS' SETS Pant short and sassy sets Nylon and cottons Large selection to choose from Sizes 2 to 14 CLEARANCE 1 ,o 9 KIDDIES' GIRLS' JACKETS PRICE Ideal for Back-to-School Sizes 3 to 14 CLEARANCE 99 A 49 to 4 KIDDIES' GIRLS' SUMMER SLEEPWEAR Prints and plains Pyjamas, gowns and baby dolls Sizes 2 to 14 CLEARANCE 88 2 CLEARANCE 2 66 6 LADIES' PANTS Pull on and fitted styles Some poly- ester some corduroy and other asstd fabrics Plains and patterns CLEARANCE .99 C99 SHORT SLEEVE LADIES' BLOUSES Assorted styles some perma press and 100% nylon Prints and solids SML CLEARANCE J66 C99 to LADIES' SUMMER SANDALS Made of man-made materials (vinyl) Your choice of regular or cork soles Sizes 5 to 9 CLEARANCE QQC 9 9 pair BOYS ACRYLIC T-SHIRTS Easy care knitted acrylic Short sleeves crew neck or V-neck Solid colours with contrasting trim Some plain colours with zip neck SMLXL CLEARANCE BOYS' T-SHIRTS 100% cotton white T shirts short sleeves and crew neck S-M-L CLEARANCE GIRLS' SUMMER SHORTS 100% nylon Plains and patterns Pull on styles Sizes 4 to 6x and 8 to 14 CLEARANCE SUMMER T-SHIRTS HALTER TOPS Many sty'es to choose from Boys and Girls Sizes 3 to 6x Girls sizes 8 to 14 CLEARANCE 99 W habf-ftl irmiv 5 STAPLES BEDSPREAD Rich quilted bedspread in a all over floral print fashionable throw style with contour corners Blue gold red or lilac CLEARANCE SINGLE DOUBLE 15.99 QUEEN 22.99 PILLOWSLIPS permanent press Striped pillow slips Gold lilac qreen n A or pink CLEARANCE, pair FLANNELETTE SHEETS byTEX-MACJE Heavy-weight White with multi stripes Machine wash and dry CLEARANCE SIZE 70 X 90 3.49 SIZE 80 -100 4.39 CHARGEX MASTER CHARGE 316 6th st s WHILE QUANTITIES LAST 70 STORES SERVING B.C., ALBERTA and SASKATCHEWAN SALE: THURS., FRI., SAT., August FRIENDS 'N NEIGHBOURS FIELDS Under the Intestate Succession Act a widow is en- titled to the entire estate if it is less than 000 The registrar of probate tound in 1970 that Mrs Spears was entitled to the estate Chief Justice Ian MacKeigan in his decision, said the 1947 marriage Doctors' wives more depressed VANCOUVER (CP) A doctor s wife usually has social status material com- forts and a fmanciallv generous husband savs a University of British Co lumbia psychiatrist but she also tends to have more men tal problems than other women James Miles of UBC s Health Sciences Centre drew his conclusions from an analysis of 20 physicians and their wives seeking help at the centre in the last tour years and presented his findings to the American Psychiatric Association convention in Detroit Typically the physician's who seeks help is de pressed angrv and desperate- Iv unhappy said Dr Miles adding that she is generally bewildered as to why she suf- fers such extreme feelings The husband seems no less bewildered He has followed the hard provided amply and wished the best for his family and is baffled bv the turn of events which finds him with a depressed and suicidal wife and problem children Dr Miles said that in most cases the physician husband was rigid distant uncommu- nicative and undemonstrative The wife was usually a de- pendent emotional woman with an inordinate need for affection and nurturing The fact that he is a physi- cian seen by society as the ultimate in caring may have much to do with the wite s choice of husband PRESCRIBE DRUGS The husbands tended to min- imize the problems and resisted implications that they might play some role in the cause of their wives il Iness They tended to prescribe medication in an attempt to help Frequently, as the marriage deteriorated Dr Miles found that the wife would drift toward heavy use of drugs and alcohol extramarital involve- ment and in many cases, attempted suicide by an over- dose of drugs While this happened the usual pattern followed by the physician husband was in- creased involvement in his job For some physicians, the aspiration to be a doctor is part and parcel of the same personality traits which lead him to make an unsatisfactory marriage Dr Miles said WeeWhimsv B II Harshbarger wi sent (he original art for his quote Send YOU' child s quotation to this paper contract was null because, un- known to either party the woman was still married to Aubrey Basil Trask She married Mr Trask in 1927 when she was 14 She left him in 1937 and then retained a Halifax lawyer now deceased to obtain a divorce tor her Alter several months and having signed various papers she was assured she was di- vorced While there was no record of a divorce the court found that a woman who thought in good faith she was vahdilv married and who had lovingly and lovally helped her husband should properly ex- pect to receive her share un- der the Intestate Succession Act During their marriage Mrs Spears had worked in her hus- band s business as admims trator bookkeeper Chief Justice MacKeigan said Mr Spears expected his to receive the estate However the heirs-at-law had received legal title to his lands and goods but did so sub- ject to the equitable rights of Mrs Spears Her rights gave rise to a constructive trust requiring the heirs to dehver the lands and goods to her The constructive trust is invoked to prevent unjust enrichment of the heirs to en sure thev do not get what thev have no right to the decision said Club corner The Ladies Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet at 1 3U p m Friday for a picnic at Henderson Lake Park Bingo and games will be played Women are to bring own lunch Coffee and tea will be provided If weather is not favorable, the meeting will be held at the civic centre The Canadian Ukrainian Youth Association (CYMK) is offering ballroom dance lessons at the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, cor- ner of 13th Street and 7th Avenue N every Monday and Wednesday at 8 p m Everyone interested welcome For further infor- mation phone 328 7500 The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization s second bus trip to Expo 74 will take place Aug 29 All deposits must be made by Friday There are still a few seats left Members can make reservations by phoning 327- 3264 tv the British diet it pointedly does not endorse polv unsaturated (vegetable tat) margarine as a butter substitute This seemingly technical point represents not only a big slap at expansion plans for the margarine market but also a controversial stand from the scientific point of view There are political over- tones too Heart disease has become an epidemic the biggest single killer in most of the de world Thousands of researchers are spending enormous sums trying to pin down its causes and cures but definitive answers are elu sive Theories some well sup ported bv statistical and other evidence have implicated fats smoking sugar alcohol coffee stress soft water lack of exercise hypertension genetic predisposition and di abetes among the risk fac- tors The United States and a number of other countries have seized on blood fats as a major culprit and have taken action accordingly to adjust the national diet There is good evidence that saturated fats build up in the leading to an excess of cholesterol in the blood stream This furs up the coronary arteries narrowing them and starving the a condition called athe rosclerosis Eventually a blood clot forms and blocks an arterv completeh and the resultant heart attack is often fatal The age of onset of such at tacks is getting earlier impressive list of expert groups has recommended that polv unsaturated fats such as the new healthier marga- rines should be used at least in part as substitutes for satu- rated fats These groups include the American Heart Association the U S Presidential Commis sion on Heart Resources the combined medical boards of Finland Norway and Sweden the Australian Heart Founda lion and the New Zealand Heart Foundation The British government re- pot t Diet and Coronary Heart Disease based on a three-year survey a department of health advisou panel, takes a ditterent view The kev woids are The panel unanimously agree that they cannot letommend an increase in the intake of poly- unsaturated tattv acids in the diets as a measure intended to i educe the risk ot develop- ment ot ischaemic (blood- blocking) heart disease The evidence was not convincing they said suggestion or claim bv advertisers that poly unsatu- rates can reduce death rate uould be unjustified the re- port said So Britain is left out on a limb And the margarine manufacturers are effectively gagged from saving what their own research convinces them is true that the new poh unsaturated brands are healthier than butter Industry executives con- tended that while in the I nited States margarine dominates the market butter producers of them SUD- are still ascendant in Britain although the soft margarines have been m ik ing significant inroads It could well be thev sug gested that the strength of the respective lobbies has something to do with this situ ation FOR SALE! THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12th St s Open 12 Noon to 2 p m Tues Thurs Sat Joseph Hair Styles "For All Your Hair Needs At Prices You Can Afford" SUMMER SPECIAL! SHORTCUT and UNI PERM ONLY All Colors and Perms include Shampoo and Set JOSEPH. ROSEANN. TERRI, MAXINE and MARY LYNN JOSEPH HAIR STYLES 922 5 Ave. N. Phone 328-7366 Summer Fabric CLEARANCE We must make room for our new Fall and Winter soon ALL FABRICS rJ EXTRA SPECIAL FOR HOME SEWERSI SLEEVE PRESS BOARDS Reg 98 Special 32S Specializing in DRAPIRIIS Dealers for BIRNINA SEWING MACHINES BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE Centre Village Mall Phone 328-4536 Open Thursday and Friday til 9 p.m.[ ;