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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 'HE IETHBKIDGE HERALD Wednesday, January !7, I97J Nixon For some, electric shavers may be deadly Fagr President is said to enjoy musi- cal comedy times :he of Tchaikovsky and LLSII v.-hile be is working. Watchful "I'll probably do better :_i "he four years havbg gore through a few crimes in OTiice House harag wat- ered them aid learned hew bardie them ccclly ace roi fur- jecdvely." [he president sale I prwan'.y mere ob- dor.1'. rr-ean this as seif-sen'ins When you're -w subjective. you tend to n-.aie cisiakes. l'Vou nave co be You can't 're re'.axec. The Redskins .'fcoibaii teajr. were rela-fed in cseir (ci the season' ar.d they were ard [hoy zo: clobbered. "You nvjs: be up for tr.e great Up bat ret '-p tight. ''Having doce it ?o c-f'.er., I perhaps have a :ier-hcrec of this. But you car. overdo it. overtraia arc !-ea-- c your fight in the dressing room.'' Tfae president rcrjrred to his larger thece. been "-IX i.T Uist t'.v'o or three'ks oi ti'.v; campaign ci '.he .Iiu1 and then A landslide. -19 slates, til por cent of toe Does the president wear for reading? "Now and tren." said an authoritative source, "but don't quote me." Does he cat-nap at all? "Yes." sajd another man. "but get it somebody else." ;s 3 hjlljiiark or L'te Nixon .-.crr-inis-a-aiicn that even 10- r.ocuous dCTails about leader are hard ro come by. ln the world's rr.ost public job. tr- president maintairs a most -roLird He is. he has saii. "in L'trovert in an ex- trovert profession CHICAGO (CP> Evor.VLlie who has used an electric it affects reception from a nearby radio. Ntnv a medical authority has come up with a warning that for persons wear- ing esetmal pacemakers to reg- ulate heart beat, (he might be dangerous. deadly. The implanted pacemaker. placed by surgery under the skin of the chest snd powered the American Medical Associa-, by built-n Icug-actinc; lien. offers liu.'o if any But Tlie problem come? in the the dimmer fiv.-i the external cUx-trical activity cf the shaver.! pacemaker, by biitter- which may interfere wilh the1 les carried outside the body operation of the pacemaker. with tiny wires loading to rh? This is especially true if the J may V sh-iver is no; properly main- snvriter. Dr. Soymour Fur- ar.ri dco.-; not run' m-.ri of Moniiiore Medical Centre. Tl'.e Bronx. An evon rianger is N.Y.. wTirinc in the Jouririi o; the on the wires leading from the battery should wear Ihjn. Leakage fi'tiin a defeolive possibly could introduce n 120-vol; current di- rectly into the heart. "Such an event i? likely to be said Dr. Furman. Dr. Robert L. Eider of the bureau of radiological hcr.ltli of the- food tind adminisivn- R.'divifV. MJ. both of riu-jir-aktrs filters tint decrease exposure 10 and may pass through the fil- ouisidc electrical interference, UTS. causing pacemaker dys- "If sh.ivcr is in good function.'' electrical condition, the signal Dr. Elder said that electrical u ernhs will be fairly uniform, interferences are rare, and seri- tho filter? most probably ous consequences are even will be say5 Dr. more rare. He suggested that Rider. the pauent a iww pace- iN? razor i; electrically maker try out his electric "noisy." the i? -1- b.'fore leaving the hospi- Conflict ! I'fi through those ceiests ii ar-d 1962. am then these eight years IE the ci'.deroess.' the vtsy ce Gaulje aad nmrctiU were. "The result was I was ab'.e 'o eorfrort tough problems -.vith- out don't flap easily. An individual terc? :o to pieces when he's icesper.ercec there are .net rjiary ivizo? 01 i haven't hsc a? one -i-ay cr another. Ir Sa'. respeci. ihc fcCt thst ray been a blessing." Elatioii Aske-i aboiji his e'.ec- tien rncht VJSCT. arrf looked at bi5 hards. were temporaray "'Weil, the greatest pleasure the kick young Tncia aa] Julie and Par got cut of !t. These defeats ir. and 1S62 vere so traunatic them. To ECS TKnec. iooic biack or a tends to roll e' er.ts. "Oh sure, I took precry bard myself. But there was 1965 and 1ST: cappo: :C. despite ali ihar. ".alk a ore-term prcsidercy. "After four years ci the ret devastating arracks or> TV'. much oi tte aeciia. -la and colurans. and then all that .'J'fr fo'ir years in the job he Is more self -assured b'jt is "iess relaxed In the sense that he is harder and says Robert Haldezar.. his of staff. Tre whip is cracking. "He rr.v tells us." says John another assistast. "the.-e are orJy L.M) days lert this assumes a president can't ;er much doce in his isst ar.d Lhat got ;o re- .r_lr.d day fcc-w riuch time is left to get things cl'.r.e." Ir. all :his. the ci the quanerback-coach would appear to be ieeecdary. An- other assistant quotes hiz: as saying. "People don't ursieT- ?tard: I nave to be up, K a: least appear that way." This assistant was talking sbcur the president's seii-coc- cie. he sets irr lir cu: terriijle attacks of hay ?u: doctor says he has ro ailerpes. derlrJteiy r.o hay "He coesr.': leii the doctor: he ctsguises I've beer, with L-. rzeeunp he looked rlre. Then, as soon as :.-o other people left, he was sr-eerjij ami his eyes were vca- Sa bock to Dr. Waiter Tkach. "The Dresident does r.c-t hsve hay rever." he "The carcoc be disguised w-.thcut edicac'on and he gets would seem hare 3it i few later. "as -ereadizg pordocs of Six Crises Richard Nixon ar.d there on he recaEed thai tears to r_s eyes as a result of touchi-g CDztnen; by his daughter. Julie. L-. the sad Eite-r-i-_h o: hts defeat. .-_-.: ir. the sixth paragraph. '.he author irote. "1 told !r.y "ay fever was botherizg COLUMNISTS NOTEBOOK BT HAL BO'S'LE MTW YORK A? Me-- is not a doom but a reckon- ing. Our recollections dc zot Oil project to receive financial aid TOKYO The gov- ernment has decided to give of- ficial support to a Soviet-Japa- nese project for the reve.oc- ment of an oilfield ir. the Tyu- men area oi western Siberia, i'- learned today. and France begun negotiations '.nth tr.e S> vet Union for the o: government-lev el agree on joint developrcer.: of oil re- sources. Under the project, a pipeline '.u1.1. fce laid Tyumen and b East- ern Siberia and Japar. port 25 million to 40 of oil from TMimen each vear. i.-rn 3ind in chabs: they on rr.crrjcry car. live as many times 35 we wish lo. 77 E; least rerea: ponioni oi cur lives, Your ovm past has many en- curir.s lives in IL if you can >-a-: back and remember when Yo'J --erc careful not to step o- cracfe for fear break your grandme's Ciaus believed x yoij. Tr.e a medicine rhe beser vou felt it must be for yo-j. As a child, it rather both- ered you to fr.d out rha: you held a milk tittle to your ear. vou ecu in hear the imcrisonec oi "he sea> as if i: ?.-ere a Th.e discovery tcok a'.vav of the rnysiery and YEARS by Huinau rights associatiou gets grants >CP Th.-; bcna Human Rights ar.d Cr.V. Liberties has betr. granted SllOOO by :he cial for rwf-ri rrii Into uujccts and of discrimination, it was annonrc- ed today. Ted t h e ciation's research said the knou-leri2c prrAiflo'! tho study will help his I he eoa'err.rner.l nr.rt public to t.nkc action r.eccs.viry to rr-rlucc in ''ro The pro'Ci'l v.ili in .'ir.r.u: lu'O u-wk.s Ard t.Tkr- six months Lo complete, he said. '.c ere is gone. rJvorybc'Jy hari ar. icc'rox in hut nobcdy had 2 of :he "ijisgest thrills o: '-va? to go to a de- with your moth- or nr.d get to ride up an escal- I: 01; -'-ent to a railway sta- half the people cried when carr.e in and tlje other -.then a '.rain gut a watch, it was 'o vou a lifetime ore startled and slipht- to mc-et someone r> rnarricd and then Divorce ?till had V of IcstTi.'iarv nuality. had hcnrd of it. nf :r-e, you had an unspok- 'hai if :'o a rlivorced person srr.ince or do odd. lho Hnys. the in- cni dn'-s remember? Today you can let the kids play on this broadlooi n and not worry about spills, stains or scuffs. ave on three-room Reg. 9.99 sq. yd sq.yd tv Besides saving S3 per sq. yzj ii i'ke looks. The c-iisren v.-jil on i: that small 'accidents' won't make ycj CT Du Pont.spun nylon, rss: and ar.vay v.-'th jus' a dsrrp clo'.n. And ii's hsat-sc-t to retsntion and ccniinL.'ifis ccoc s. so versa'.: e too. You can pu' it in yo'.ir any stvls of furniture, it v; great! Cnoose from eight to your c'scor. Available in convenient 12 f: SaveSSG on 12' size. Reg. 119.88 Sale 83.88 sq. yds. Enough to carpet the average living room, cininc rccm and hall. Rug, Quality Costs iNo More at Simpsons-Scars STORE HOURS: Opon Dciily 9 u.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Tcleph-no 328-9231 ;