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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IffHBRIDOE HERAID Wednesday, 28, 1973 Heart attack victims spotted SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The harsh, grating voice on the tape recorder belonged to one of San Francisco's most suc- cessful executives. ft is a Bound picture o[ a man, who when interviewed about liis life's details, re- sponded impatiently. He an- swered some anticipated ques- tions before they were asked and finished sentences in sharp, crisp cadence. What makes Hie tape more than- an ordinary interview is that the subject, age 61, died one year later of a heart attack. The San Francisco research doctor who questioned him has supervised more than such interviews and says the poten- tial attack victim could be spotted by his voice, manner and even constrained facial characteristics. Dr. Meyer Friedman, cardio- vascular research director at Mount Zion Hospital here, con- tends that men with certain personality traits arc more irone to heart attacks, even though they may eschew ciga- rettes and cholesterol-laden foods. He is quick to add, how- ever, that such lu'gh-risk men increase their chances of a cor- onary when they smoke or cat a lot of fatly foods. FACE HIGH RISKS Dr. Friedman, an energetic 63 and a former coronary victim himself, says there are two types of A, those with high-risk behavior patterns; and Type B, less in- tense men less likely to have heart trouble. "Ten per cent of the As be- tween 35 and 60 will get a heart Dr. Friedman said in an interview. A men have "free-floating hostility, insecurity, look at ev erything as a challenge and are addicted to habit he said. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly It's simple Iiow one may lose! pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. USD tins home recipe dietary plan. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drug store and ask lot Naran Reducing Plan. Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two iablespoonsful twice a day H3 needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not you a simple easy way to lose bulky [at and help regain slender more graceful curves; it reducible pounds and indies of oxrcss fat Icm't disappear Erom neck, chin, arms, hips, nhtlomen, calves ima ankles just return the empty cur- fon for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plan to help bring back nlluiing curves and graceful slimdemess. Note how quickly bloat disappears, how much better you feel. Mole alive, youthful appearing and active. tliroivs tagging wife out of window GLASGOW, Scotland (Rcutcr) A man was sen- tenced today to 18 months in jail for throwing his nag- ging wife out o! a second- storey window. Thomas Donnelly, 30, pleaded guilty to assault awl said he threw her out ol the window after warning licr to stop arguing ovor money he had spent on drink. Mrs. Connelly, the mother of four cluldren, told police slie fell while cleaning a window, but detectives se- tablished this could not have happened. The woman iell 25 feet and yoke her pelvis. North park alternative to Suffield Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Wood Buffal' National Park in northeast Al bcrla has been considered as an alternate location for Brilisl army training now held at Suf field Range, 30 miles northw'os of Medicine Hat, Lands and Forests Minister Allan Warrack told the legislature Monday. A report commissioned by the provincial government say British army manoeuvres a Suffield harm the ecology an conflict with provincial plan to develop natural gas reserves there. Will rains come? [TV HIGHLIGHTS! Little big man Things are looking up for Mihaly Mezaros, 33 inches lall and believed to be the smallest man in the world, as he's flanked by New York Knicks' HartWne Wingo (right) and John Gianslli en his arrival at John F. Ken- nedy Airport. Mezaros arrived from Budapest to Join Ringling Barru'.-n and Bailey circus. OFF NEW SPRING ARRIVALS DRESSES Swing thru spring in a wide choice of lively, popular, styles. Short and long in pretty pastels, navy and red- Polka dots and easy-care Arnels and Polyesters' among the selection. All sizes. REG. 12.99 TO 44.99 SPECIAL 10.97 TO RAINWEAR You'll be ducking the weather in stylo when you choose from our wida selection of Raincoats in assorted styles, colours and fabrics. Sizes 7 to 15, 8 to 20. REG. 19.99 TO 39.99 SPECIAL 15.97 TO 31.97 PANT SUITS On the move keeping a wide eye on the leg... sea them striding around town or taking i! easy at home. Wide of colours and fabrics like Polyester. Double Knit and Gabardine. Sizes 8 to 18. REG. 19.99 TO 44.99 SPECIAL 15.97 TO 35.97 FORT LAMY, Chad (AP) Wilt the rains come? That is the life-and-death question for millions of Africans living along the sub-Saharan belt from Chad, in central Af- rica, to Mauritania on the west coast. Drought has dried up rivers, devastated crops and herds and raised the spectre of famine in countries so poor they have no way of combatting the crisis alone. Especially hard hit are the semi-desert countries of Mau- ritania. Senegal, Mali, Upper Volta, Niger and Chad, all for- mer B'rench colonies. Even northern states in Nigeria, an oil producer, have been de- clared a national disaster area. The government has promised million in relief assistance. Even if the rains do come during this year's rainy season, roughly between May and Sep- tember, food shortages will be acute until crops are harvested. CATTLE STARVE The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization said last month that two million head of cattle in Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Upper Volta, Ni- ger and Chad were threatened with starvation. It then cited more recent reports that half the estimated 2.6 million cattle in Mauritania had already died. In Senegal, a land where pea- nut crops account for 80 per cent of export earnings, al'.i- cials are expecting the worse harvest in more than 15 years. Transport of food to remote areas of northern Chad or Mau- ritania or any of the other coun- tries poses formidable ob- stacles. :'You can't put more than five tons on a track or it'll sink in the said an American diplomat. "Gas is extremely ux-. pensive because of the high cost of importing it." The World Food Program has committed nearly metric tons of food grains for West Af- rica at a cost of million. GO THE FASHION ROUTE WITH THESE FANTASTIC SPECIALS 506-4th AVENUE SOUTH Phone 328-2653 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED MORE THAN 280 STORES COAST TO COAST TO SERVE YOU BETTER COUtGE MAIL 20th Ave. and Mayor Magrath Phone 328-7011 WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Tlie outstanding songs down throiogh the years will be featured on tonight's program. SPORT: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. The Chicago Black Hawks meet the Canadiens in Montreal. DRAMA: The Wallons, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Grandpa Walton believes a sncoting star is a death sign for him but learns another belief may result in the Balwin sisters losing their famous "recipe" machine. REPORT: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A review of past shows and a report on the Stockholm conference. SPECIAL: Appointment Wilh Destiny, 8 p.m., Ch. "Peary's Race For the North Pole" tells of the challenging trek to the top of the world. MOVIE THRILLER: "The Mad p.m., Ch. 13. A tale of insanity and mayhem. DOCUMENTARY: Images of Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. "Craft of History" prohcs the past for indicatkms of Cana- da's future. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Giant 12 midnight, Ch. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Third 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The story about a manhunt in postwar Vienna. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC McGllI and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. MONDAY Thru FRIDAY News Farm Now I News Spoils Caltle Prices Buryl Clark Bob Hesketh Grain Prices News Chec-line Call of Land Tarm Choc Trading Post Dave King Cattle Prices Leo Dow JacX Neufeld News 12'00 John Oliver Paul Tesslw CJOC -k News with Bill Sfcelton, Rarf Whltt, Bill Malhesom Sport Brent and Don Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY 1220 Government drug plan reaffirmed OTTAWA CCP) Justice Minister Olto Lang reaffirmed Tuesday the government's in- tention of removing marijuana and other soft drugs from the Narcotics Control Act. The effect would be lesser penalties for offences connected with these drugs. Mr. Lang appointed the gov- ernment an- nounced last July to the Com- mons Eldon Woollians North) said that it was barbaric that young peopte were being sentenced to harsh jail terms for marijuana offences. Under the Narcotics Contract Act, the minimum sentence for import- ing drugs named in the Act is seven years. Mr. Woolliams, a lawyer, asked Mr. Lang to instruct his staff th'at young people be ac- cused of mere possession or trafficking where soft drugs are concerned rather than the more serious crime of importing drugs. He said there was a case [lending in Calgary of importing that wag causing much anxiety among parents and others. Mr. Lang said Mr, Woolliams statements were "along the lines of government thinking." It was the intention of the gov- ernment to remedy such situ- ations. 1270 World aT Six John Walker Request Line John Ctiarlw Jim Pardons Jim Elliot News, Wlhr, Sport CBC Nesvs News and Grata News, Whr, Sport Prices Phone Dill Shaw Jack Trtys Joan WateNield Johnny Walker Jim Elliot Probe 1230 Jack Thys World Six CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY A noon Don McMasler 12 noon-4 p.m. Den Hedman t p-m.-l a.m. Dell-0 10 p.nx'l? midnight SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 a.m.-l p.m. and Encores concerts. Overture! [Bob Concle) and Eficoret MONDAY ttiru FRIDAY noon Don McMasler 12 noon-6 p.m. Dcl1-0 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Don HctJi [Bob Conete) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaul Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Cohcerls, Qverlurti end [Bob Concte) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Written In Rock World at Six THURSDAY As It Happens Warmup Concern Eya opener News, Sports, Wlhr o.M Worm fl From 1hs Capitals Five B weeX National Arts This Country Centre Orchestra Radio Noon SloetcmarVet- School Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run News World at A As It Happtnl The Uthbridgc Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! Reaching over lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation to the discipline ef their CAIL 328-4417 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! Chirm faces second year of drought HONG KONG (Hcutcr) China is facing the possibility of a second successive year of drought, say reports by Chinese provincial radio stations moni- tored here. Many provinces have re- ported drought conditions as the spring farming season begins and have ordered renewed ef- forts to dig wells, build irriga- tion channels and conserve wa- ter. Communist party cadres have been sent from provincial and county capitals in large number to the communes to supervise and encourage farming and anti-drought operations. Rainfall reports received by Hong Kong's observatory from China show a significant drop in rainfall for February and March compared with Iff7l, when China reported a bumper harvest. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} WEDNESDAY MIGHT Tfte Glan! Killers Hollywood THURSDAY Super Hi____ pirxxichlo Wizard of 01 News and Farm CJOC Lawrence Welfc Th-j Wailoni This Land Man Bt Ihe Top Images ol Canada Audubon Adieu Joan Walerlleld Mr. Dress Up CJOC Cdn Schools Crossfire Friendly Giant Chez Helene Movie: Sesame Street i PinK Panther Luncheon Dati Ed Allen Lets Make Deal Trulh or Nancy Miller Take 30 Edge of NlgM r-amily Court Drop In Hollywood CFCN-TV lethbri WEDNESDAY NIOHT News NHL Movie: The Mad Room Sporlsbeat 73 News News AAerv Grlriin THURSDAY Thought lor Day University of Air idge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Romper Room Buckshot Canada A.M. Kareen's Movie: community Trie Third Man Calendar Somerset Fashions In Sewfng Another World NFD Whals Ihe Good Trouble wllh Tracy Word Eye Bet Anything You Can 10: 30 ufe Style DO Pierre Berton star Trek Beat the ClocK Paul KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY News News Bob Newhart v.fv looay in Montana .MMadigan Pyramid Appointment wllti Sale ol Century Destiny Hollywood Squares can Control Spending News v Tonight Show THURSDAY Baffled Our World As the World Twnj Salute Agriculture News Today Show Doctors Today In Montana Another World Hollywood Talking Secret Storm Mifce Douglas Stow Jeopardy Who What Where Game News Joker's Wild (lews News News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT News Newlywed Game 7iW Caplain KangarQ'' News News General Hwpltal Jack La One Life Eo LIvt Audrey Our Lives Gourmer JjJJ Where ftie Hearl Is Dallng Game News SplH second Search (or Bewitched Tomorrow SiOO All My Children News Lei's Make a Deal Ncwi News News Truth or Consequences Paul Lynde Movie: Ruby Gentry Often Marshall News Movie: Watcrhctc Ho. 3 THURSDAY Farm News ;