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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuosday, February 25, 1975 '20th century man has Stone Age heart1" LONDON (AP) "The problem with 20th-century man is that he's still got Stone Age a leading British heart specialist said Sunday. Dr. Malcolm Carruthers said modern man's heart is more suited to hunting the sabre-toothed tiger than coping with the bulls and bears of the stock market. This means that when he is angry, frightened or frustrated, special fats are poured into his bloodstream to provide energy to chase his prey or light off that tiger, the doctor said. Instead, he just sits at his desk and fumes. The fats go unburned, accumulate, and block blood major cause of heart attacks, Dr. Carruthers Said. Together with Dr. Peter Taggart of Middlesex Hospital, he is studying heart disease among London accountants in a project financed by the British Heart Foundation. They are examining the stresses and strains of mod- ern office man in order' to find ways to ward off heart attacks. The specialists hope to pinpoint precise effects of stress on the heart by comparing blood-fat levels and 'the accountants'general fitness. CALGARY (CP) Alberta NDP leader Grant Notley released Monday confidential Lougheed government docu- ment which he says points the way to "massive public sub- sidies" for corporations before Alberta can have a petrochemical industry. The document is a set of briefing notes the industry department prepared for the cabinet, dated Nov. 1, 1974. It lists financial and other re- quirements for starting up natural gas processing plants that would open the door to development of a major new plastics industry in Alberta. Mr. Notley told a news conference that the notes "prove that Dow, Dupont, CIL and other companies have demanded the government un- derwrite 85 per cent of the overall cost of the development." Paging through the lengthy paper, he pointed to special deals being considered to provide extra cheap gas feed- stock, low-interest loans and guarantees plus spending to service new plants. The document says that Alberta Gas Ethylene Co. Ltd. plant now being proposed would require a subsidy in 1978 in the form of low-priced gas, for example. The money is required to make sure that the network of plants being proposed by Alberta Gas Ethylene and other firms can sell their products at prices com- petitive with others in eastern Canada, Mr. Notley said. He warned that "hasty in- dustrialization will diminish Canada's available natural gas supplies at a moment when the nation is threatened by shortages." Mr. Notley charged that the petrochemical policy of the Lougheed government would also strain Alberta manpower supply, weaken local businesses and accelerate inflation in the province. The document says that constructing a major petrochemical complex in Alberta will lead to a total increase in provincial income of about million by mid- 1979. An extra ?240 million would be generated annually through spin-off effects throughout the economy as the first and second-stage plants for processing gas are built. Reagan rejects remarks HALIFAX (CP) Premier Gerald Regan objected Mon- day to remarks about oil prices attributed to him dur- ing a weekend Liberal party convention in Calgary. Outside the legislature, Mr. Regan said the matter could have resulted from a mis- interpretation of his remarks since he was speaking from notes. The premier, returning from a weekend trip to Alber- ta, rose in the legislature on a point of privilege to object to a Canadian Press story which quoted him as saying that oil prices should increase in not to the inter- national level. The premier said that this was inaccurate. "The position I have taken is that there should be no further increase in the price of oil unless very good reason can be shown and the purposes clearly considered and the destination of the money shown to be necessary." Certainly, he said, no more money is' needed by the governments of the producing provinces. He was quoted as having said that he agreed that the producing and Saskatchewan in par- more money because oil is a decreasing resource. The question was how much more. KALISPEL LIVESTOCK AUCTION KALISPEL. MONTANA WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26, P.M. SPECIAL SALE FEATURING EXOTIC CATTLE EARLY CONSIGNMENTS ALREADY IN! 11 Cuidiin Brown Swiss Hilfifs A.l.'d lo Blonde Aquilaine-Hannetan Mailers, weigh 1100 No clean-up bulls used. 2 A.I. ule in calllo Fedora. 1 Born April 1974, weighs 600 Ibt now from Capone bull. 3 Cliiinini-SwIuCroMHtilirCilvu By Felro. 2 TirmtilH Aqiu Crist Brad HfHir Calves aired by Alpin. 10 HtnhnlCows With Simmenlal Bull calves at side from Bar II Uell. 6 Urti yrSimnintilYMrii.il Bulls FromBarllUeli. 2 V, SlfflMMtil Bulls Coming 2 years from Ueli and Harald Bred lo Hereford bulls, Britisher breeding outstanding set of cows in size and quality. 51 Hut ClWt A.l.'d to Maine Anlou. 103 ttSkMMMHiitirCitnf 30 MKkCm A.r.'d to Milne Anjou. aWMMFtciCmn A.l.'d to Simmenlal. Contact: JOHN CARPENTER Arta 408-756-4050 for additional information. 'Tories plan to subsidize plastic industry' Sears Baby buys for little bundles! 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