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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IHHBHIDGE HEKAVD Monday, February 1972 'I'l scientists origin of high blood pressure Iv.-in Ih HIM, STUCKTON Al' St-ifiice Writer SANTA (J A T A L I N A IS- Calif. (AP) TiUis is DEATH ii haiulsoiuc German shepherd (ioji carries his husky li- i iM'a'-'.c proudly and cavoils i-'.vni'iiV t" j blitl'.cly ahnul, unr.ware of Ihe at the i scivn in his abdo- I men. .SCO auay in Fcbi-uary ail'i. o[ lii UM! s. h.'loved un t-'-7i' late Mr. Asa I'. Scovillc of Kay niciid. V'tnu-ral i'.rmne.i'nvills ,ni H.ir-: v.ill anr.jimiTd enni- nwnilH'C pitted. nilllKTKNSKX KALM- i i .M. UN' FUXKHAL IIO.MK LTD Directors ot Funeral CM 20. Wl'i. DEATHS CARD OF THANKS IHTlT.KWiCK I wish to thark Ih? doctors, nurses stiiif of Third Main, Mii.il- r.el's Il3.--pilal fer the excellent Allen. I tare my lengthy stay in special thanks to the many friends and rcl- l' raiies who sent cards ar.tl flowers rnd made many visits 1 ar.d (.-.icnines. -Ross 7191 The box, the size of a ciga- rttle package, sends out radio signy.'s to anteraa near the cog's kt-nncl on a grassy hill- side above tlie spa.'Uling blue j WiUcrs o[ Rig Fisherman's Cove on Santa Calalina Hand r.ff Ihe California coast. The signals tell how fast Titus' heart is how miieh blood is pulsing his arteries and what the blood's pressure is. Titiis is part of a unique ex- periment here in which mfdi- scientists froni Ihe I'nivcr- sity ca fee reasons of e'.hk-s and expcri- mcnial dJiieullies. ''Tlie is defining cxplaired D-. .Inlin Median of 1'ie UKC Medical u'a'o is directing ihc re- search project. "Stress has been a diriy word in physiology and medi- cine because if caul be dc- finc-'d or accurately mea- he said. One man's .stress may fop another's relax- "And the chances of ever doing a d efi n i 1 i v sludy amcng seems remote. So v-.e must lurn lo earefnl an- inril s'.udies.'1 Tlinl's where Tilns ,-nid c'her dogs, kept here hccaiisc Hie isle.nd's reaioleness and Ireedom feeiii onlside dislurb- come in. Some of thcir basie drives arc being frus- Irated lo produce Median estimates ho and his colleagues have spent since liifia developing Ihe miniature, eieetvo'-iic nioni- lors and finding Ihc best tech- nique lo frustraie a dog's basic (hives to produce (he slress whose cffccls they waul lo measure. "The problem is to find a Ibr.t arouses the ani- mal's aiilonomic nervous sys- Vcm for a few inim.tcs. r.n honi' or a day but for weeks and mc.'.ths end." lie said. The scienlists liavc sclllcd on Kvo approaches fn one they put the dog in a grassy Ihc size of a typi- cal backyard and allow him to live (here for some lime "cs- lablisaing a in an adjacent run is another dog who becomes a rival. One day Ihe lest dog's pen is en. in halves by a fenco and Hie dog rcslricted to one half. Th> rival dog is allowed to roam freely over the other half fruslraliing the test dog's basic- territorial drive. The olher approach is to ]cl n become attached lo a handier. Ihcn restrict him lo a pen. The dog must watch while the beloved handler turns his flttcnlion to another cleg. Median says the experi- ment won't have a perma- nent effect on t-be animals. And he bdicves such experi- menls are justified because they may lead lo fundamental rew urderstanding of Uie car- iV.ovcidilar system. In I he next step in the pro- pram beginning this spring, the will equip a lit- ter of pups with monitors. They hcpe lo follow the ani- mals for up to five years. T h e researchers particu- larly want Lo monitor frustra- tion of basic drives early in fl-e pups' lives, testing Hio idea that early stresses might ercale later hypertension. uilinc of voter rights and privi- Those who run elections have turned to the same methods candidates use to get their mes- Tin.n Sae.CS WILL I'SE PAMPHLETS Vori JENSEN In loving mem- i A five-page pamphlet, ontlm- v. itli Ihe orv of a deer grandson. Bruce ins the legal changes and what Mr- r S. Middlctcn nf Fort Mr.eleod: one brothei Charles ot Rc-'.n. Nevada: oae sister. Mrs. Ks.h'-'riiie Pcell- maun of Hawaii and Iwo slcpdiivfl-'.crs. Jennifer .and Mia. He u.-.s predeceased liy his fat'-cr Charles S. Mid- dlelon in IMS oldest brother, Samuel Ilr.n-v in Fttneral ferncrs v. ill be an- nounced completed by EDEN'S FVNEKAL HOME LTD., .MacJeod. C234 education in Provn t-.'tl mend. She married Joseph Ar- thur Litciific'd 15 .1911 and moved lo the Taber district where she has until the lime of her pat i ig She is survived by four ons Linden, Melvm and Elden of Taber and Dean of Port Al- herni, B.C.. three s Mrs. William 'McIb.D of Vauxhall. Mrs. Lloyd (Irisi -fc Meldnim of Macralh. and Mr Douglas i Dorothy j Francis of Taber; a [tt-ar.rica-tidrcn 1" Erea't-grr.adcliiltlren and font- brothers, Alma Krvin Carter of Nampa. Carter of Nelson, Elmer Co.rter. cf Del EcniLa Melvin Carter of Falls. She was p tdc ceased by on .Ian- ucry ItlTl; one son, Reid in and also by parent.-. Iwo sisters one brother Funeral ser- vices were 1-e'd in the Tal.-er Tlr.rd Ward L.D.S Cliav.cl ira Holiday, Fcjruary at -J p.m., v.'llli Bi-liap' Dennis netl Interment fol- lowed in Pie' Mcimnal Garden s. SALMON FL-XKRAI. IlOMli LTD., Directors of FiuieraJ Sjr- viee. r-i'l ........D _. Considcralion also is being In our hearts you will always j given to television, radio and remain. I newspaper adverLisem c n t s, loved and remember- spaced through the five or six cd by grandma ar.d grand-! weeks of EH election campaign, pa. 7179 to complement and stress Lnc material in the pampMel. JENSEN In memory of a of live pamphlet, both dear nephew and cousin. Bruce, English ar.d French versions, who passed away Fcfcn-uary 21, were icstcd on about 2-0 Ottawa 1971 i residents picked to represent a We never knew that morning j social spectrum. A tnies- What sorrow lite day would lionnaire followed to assess its b'itiE. value. The was sudden. Ihc i Some revisions of Ihe lest severe. then were made anil it now lias To the one we loved so ;o dear I10IL DOWN Bailing down the hundreds of f-fc; and complicated innguage c; Cte eicctcral law .into five under stood V, htn happy days we ott' re- task "Even so. managed lo 'us liten we miss lum most of com. aboul 9- pol. 0, i the consultant raid -Always loved and remcm- s- hered by Howard, lljureen j s and family: Johnny, Shirley cm an election is run; enumeration, the ac- tual vntcr head count, is taken; ,-s his smile, his cheerful u ay. the things he used to -av. ar.d fsmilv. 717: JLN-'LN In loving mem- oi-y of a dear son and brother, Bruce, voter lists are made, including how to ret your nemo on if you inadvertenUy passed away February 21, 1971. One lonely year has passed a w a y since our great sor- row fell. The shock which rucurd that day, we'5 rcT Tiber well. Otn h._.is s.ill ache wilh cu still flow. what it meant to lose you, no or.e ivill ever know. Whr.i we arc sr.d ar.d lonely, p.r.d everything goes ovcrlocked. snll Wu lo you whisper, lo advance polls. to use a proxy, a step being introduced for the first time in federal elections. polling stations are opc-n (be ballot slip looks like, hew Lo mark it, and secrecy of choice is protected. The electoral law ws.s revised au.iB wan -by P2rliamcnt in 1370 and tears I en privi- leges and clcciions suggested .11 information campr.-gu before the next eleclion lo make the new system clear to voters bUGfiESTED fiV Tite campaign is a result of cheer up and carry on. the si-ggcsticns by MPs hut also LIAMTED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 DIRECTORIES A listing of all farms and ranches in llie lethbridge trading area wilh mailing addresses and land loca- tion. EACH Available at TSie lethbndgc Herald Printing and lithographing Division Corner Slh Ave. nnd 7lh Si. S. LETHBRIDGE ccidd have what electoral cx- remembered and I P-rls sec aj a beneficial side cf- saclly missed by mom ami Mj-les t-.id j An and public system, David. i for everything except. the 7100 marks his hallot, is consi- dered UK best p r o I e c 11 o n I against attempts lo lanmc'r with the process. The more public knowledge abtiut how Ihe sys- j tern works, about is Icjal j and what illegal, ihc less chance of someone Irying lo pull a fast one and I ho more chance he'll lie caught if he does. MDP cuiiilidalc for Calgary CALT.AP.Y fCT) narry Pashnk, an ill Mnunl lloy.il Collcgo, won Hip New DomocniLic I'.-u-ly noniiii.ilioii for Calgary in Ihc noxl fedcrnl election. Mr. r.isli.ik. .1-1. an un- RUcceKsful NDP f.'iiiflid.'ile in Calgary Norlli Hill during Ilic last provincial olcrlion. He defeated William Kncit, n Sl-ypar-olrt flndpiil frum ll-.c Urivrr.sily of ('.-ilniiry, for Ult1 federal nominalioii. J SIMPSONS-SEARS 7 only. Reg. S27.93 ____ 16.78 4 oniy. Reg. 529.93 23.53 1 only. Reg. 32.98 Gigantic Savings Tuesday and Wednesday lliroiiphoul the store 40% Off Drapery Bonanza Ji Adrian Lined Damask Drapes Striking jnquard weave cf cclion, ace laic. cross-dyed colors. Good quality col ton salcen lining. Dry clean. ivory, melon-green, 30 Id. (Broken color range-) 1 only. Reg. 24.58 2 only. Reg. 32.98 JJonanxa Antique Satin CUE lorn jai'ored quo lily nnd 4" deep 3-fold pinch- pica led Hcoks eluded. Dry-c'ca.i cnly. Anlique geld, avocado green, deep i_i. _ i _ _ _.. (_ _. i _i 6 Reg. 38.98 10 only. Reg. S94.98 56.98 4 only. Reg. 74 98 il'rnp-.'s ________ Ii clycd lo niplch drape. Ccmplelely wnsh- A.Aolh and mildew prccf, fire :l-.rink or Colcrs guaranleed 3 tangerine, 1 green, 1 while. Rag. B.9B 1 go'd, 1 tangerine, 1 mean. Reg. 11.98 2 Ere2n. Reg. 16.78 1 green, 1 Re-. 8.38 1 Rsg. 16.78 4 ccld, 2 tangerine, 1 gresn, 2 white. Reg- 10.18 2 go'd, 1 2 green, 1 white. Reg. 14.98 1 langerine. Reg. 19.78 biuo, critique wnile. burr.l rold. 't 2 c.ily. 17.93 3 cn'y. 2 Rog. 5 only. iM.SZ 50.93 a I Textured bouc'e v cbl 2 yenrs. 4 green, 1 while. Reg. 6 tangerine, 2 3 while- Reg. 1 rjcld, 1 green, 2 blue. Reg. 2 green, 1 1 blue. Reg. 1 green, 1 white, 1 bjue. Reg. S41.9B 25.18 2 gold, 1 green. Rsg. 38.88 17.98 11 98 23.93 32.98 Cnuipknit: SPECIAL OVERSIZE 11.99 Convenient, lonoer- wearing palyesler .cbric resisls crushing, sagging mcikes llie I ravel mate. Ma chin c-wash able. Sizes and oversize 38 lo 44. Lingerie 9.99 Reg. Wilh a handy hcighf adjuslcr this slcnds on '1 sturdy legs. Gold in cslor. Housewures ktrfimorc Iron Stoneware Dinner Set 29.99 com pi mo .icrvice for 8 is highly chip rcsistnnl, even proof and dishwasher safe. cr pol'cms 1o clioose from. Dopnjtmcnl Klcclric Rey. Shiny slainlnss sleel holds 1 full c Avoccclo I -.on die ond Sr.uill Appliances Reg. 511.99 Tef en coaled scleplnic prevents sticking and score In n7. and wear, sieam and regu- lar sellings. Smcill Appliances T Iron Reg. 512.99 Fcfion-coutcd rol opiate ai.cl white decorolor handlf' Wcish and wcnr, and regular ictfings. Srntjll Applicincc-s n Pole Lamp Reg. Brass and wood finish pole extends From 7'1 1" lo Modern spun ploslic shticlcs. Gold, era cherry, aqua. Dcparlmcnl 19.99 1'oir Broxvn finish iiu.'inl polo oxlor.ds 7'1 1" In color I rim- One ond one '.hcido on rocli lamp. Umip Dopnrlmont irars Reg. .18.99 Reg. 36" or -13" Inngili heolcrs in a 1000 or 1500 wall Automnlic lip -over swiich. Small Applitincc'v Shelving Units Rcjj- f JQ lo Uc to Wnlnul woodgrain finirii shclvos with wroucjlil iron Availnhlc in asscrlrcl MTCS with varyint] number of shelves per Unit. Lamp Dcparlmonl Iron S Reg. Gleam ing stainless sleel body si earn spray, dry iron. Solcplotc IIOG 50 steamholes. Water level gauge. S m oil Applinncej Koaiii Lulcx Pillows Reg. for O. One-piece conslruciion prevents sagging. of tiny nir venls allow air to cjr- cind krcp ccol. Print cofton ccvf.'i- yijj.-i off for machine wash-dry. Betiding nml Linen TY COSTS NO 1MOKK AT S STORE HOURS: Open Dciily 9 ci.m. lo p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre vringc. Telephone 328-9J31 ;