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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 5, 1971 tyles Column By HAL IIOYLK NEW YORK (AP) Things a ;olumnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: The duller your job is and the lower your educational achieve- ments, research lias disclosed, Ihc more likely you are to in- dulge in high-risk hobbies and sports, such us sky diving and car racing. People do this are seeking the status and rec- ognition they don't get from their regular work. Living in a temperate climate helps cut down on the number TAKING OVEU Gen. Frederick C. Wcyaml, alravc, has been named by President Nixon to succeed Gen. Creighton Abrams as Com- mander or U.S. Forces in Vietnam. In Ihc announce- ment Mr. Nixon also revealed ii consolidation of array and air force commands in the war zone. Man, World loses views of 3 nations MONTREAL (CP) The de- layed opening of Man and His World and the closing of one of the islands at the exhibition site has prompted three dia. Ceylon and can- cel their exhibits tills year. The opening of the fair, origi- nally scheduled for June 15, was postponed to July 20 after a strike by city workers pre- vented preparation of the five- year-old successor (o Expo 67. The Quebec government has also cancelled its presentation, after agreeing to provide S5 million subsidy to keep the fail- going, since removed from the board. Gerry Mack, a former trea- surer of the society, was sen- tenced to 30 months in jail last week or converting of Future's funds to his own use. Including the missing funds, the society is about in debt, mostly in wages to 17 staff members, and rent on its half- way house. The missing funds, still being Investigated by RCMP, came from a local initiatives grant from the federal govern- ment. The money was to be used to do work on half-way houses and other street agency buildings. of heart attacks. Their Incid- ence is higher during tempera- ture extremes of cither heat or cold. They reach a peak during the winter in New York ami Chicago, during the summer in Dallas and New Orleans. For fat people whose very lives arc threatened by their ov- pounds or more is available an operation of last resort called a gastric bypnss. It closes off 90 per cent of the intestines so that only 10 per cent receives food. The pa- tient loses weight because it makes liim uncomfortable to eat too much. The most backward leader of modem times undoubtedly was Sheik Shakbut, deposed in 1IIGE as ruler of Abu Zaby, one of the Mideast's Trucial States. Fear- ful that progress and moderni- zation would rum his traditional land, the sheik allowed slave trading until 1964 and virtually had to he forced to take the money for oil leases in his sandy kingdom. He kept the money under his bed where rats gnawed up a fortune in hank- notes before he was overthrown, i Future Society in trouble EDMONTON (CP1 The Future Society, a self-help agency for ex-convicts, has lost its federal charter which gave it tax-free, charitable organiza- tion slatus. A spokesman for the society I said the charier was revoked by Ottawa for failure lo file a Lax return. Chartered Charities, although they pay no tax, must state their finances at tax time in order to qualify for continued status. The spokesman said the so- ciety will appeal Hie decision on the basis that failure to file was only one aspect of the finan- cial chaos that erupted at the hands of a corrupt director, Former dean dies EDMONTON John Macdonald, 85, who retired in 1952 as dean emeritus of the faculty of arts and sciences at the University of Alberta, died in hospital here. I Mr. Brooklyn i dies at 77 NEW YORK (AP) Abe Stark, 77, the silver-haired little Brooklyn clothier who became president of the city council and was elected to three terms as borough president of Brooklyn, died yesterday in West Palm Beach. Fla. Stark, who never realized his not-so-secret dream of. becom- ing mayor of New busi- nessman running "the biggest business in the once given Hie title Mr. Brook- lyn by Mayor John Lindsay. Many New Yorkers and vis- itors in the days before the baseball Brooklyn Dodgers moved to California knew the name Abe Stark well, even though they knew little about city politics. For many years an advertise- ment below the right field Scoreboard at Brooklyn's Eb- bets Field carried his name in large letters and promised a free suit to the batter who could hit the ball against the sign which said: "Hit Sign, Win Suit." It is not recorded how many players hit the sign and got free suits, but the billboard inspired one cartoonist to depict Stark standing in front of the sign and wearing a baseball ward off suit-winning fly balls. ZELLER'S COUNTY FAIR SKILLET RESTAURANT 1710 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday thru Saturday 9 a.m.-ll a.m. we feature our "Early Bird Breakfast Special" 2 Eggs, 2 strips Bucon, Toast and Jam, 2 cups of Coffes only MONDAY-AM iho Fish you con r.rjl Turkey Dinner wii all rhe Trimmings 1.29 1.49 WEDNESDAY-AII ihc Chicken you can cot THURSDAY AND NIGHT-Chicken in a Basket, Fish in a Baskel, Ground Beef Steak, i Aft Spaghclli end Meaf Sauce I Vv SATURDAY-Becf Dip.................. 1.65 or fofnalo juice one' coffog Included in all the abova moult "Best Values In Town" Zeller's MISSES' AND LADIES' TANK TOPS Sizes S-M-L. Assorted Stripes COME ONE, GOME ALL AND HAVE A BALL... THE VALUES ARE FINE...IT'S "SIDEWALK SAVING SLEEPWEAR SANDALS LADIES' SANDALS SHORT SHIRTS LADIES' SANDALS i Antique Brown Colored slropi Sizes 7 fo 9 ladies' 2-Piece SHORT SETS rt. nr Nylon iC Navy, Sites Girls' Terry SUMMER SETS BEACH TOWELS Zcllcr1! Shopping Centra on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 o.m. to 6 p.m.; Thurwloy and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;