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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Home fitness test available B.C. I simple home fitness test has teen developed by the federal lealth department and should available next year hroughout federal lealth Minister Marc Lalonde aid Friday. Mr. Lalonde told he- British Columbia inference on Health and 'hysical Activity that the test vould permit an individual to neasure his or her fitness and .erve as an incentive to more exercise. He said the suggestion arose it the national conference on itness and health held in Ot- awa last December. The test vas developed by Dr. Roy Jheppard of Toronto a'nd by Dr. Don Bailey of he University of with the ederal health department supplying financial issistance. women and men in age from 15 to 69 jarticipated in the exercise esting needed to design and validate the home fitness said Mr Lalonde. He said recent studies in his iepartment have been made jn the causes of death before the age of 70. Between the iges of five and 35 premature deaths were mainly through accident or suicide. age said Mr. Lalonde. disease tirst appears as a significant five per cause of death. By age it becomes the principal cause and holds Ihis position in increasing ascendancy through all subse- quent age He said that for the age group 35 to coronary dis- ease accounted for deaths out of a total of in 1971. Of this. 14.100 were men and women. the causes of heart disease are there is no doubt that lack of exer- cise and high-fat in com- make a dominant contribution. All of tltese are due to environmental and lifestyle said Mr. Lalonde. The health minister said later in an interview that the first report of Nutrition Canada is expected to be tabl- ed in Ottawa this week. The two-year survey covered the nutritional levels ol residents in various parts of the including Indians and Eskimos. Co-ed Navy candidates graduate R.I. The first co-ed officer candi- date class in United States naval history graduated Fri- and the top company was all female. The 43 women and 124 men who have been training to- gether since June are to re- ceive commissions as ensigns at the Newport navy base's of- ficer training centre. All previous classes have trained in segregated pro- grams for men and women At awards ceremonies a female company won honors for best over-all achievement among the class's 12 companies. The award was based on physical fitness and academic and mil- itary training marks. November THE LETHSRIDQE HERALD 17 Lawyer details some pitfalls of amateur wills Housewives seeking day off YOUR UNICEF GREETING IS A CHILD'S FUTURE For polling get your UNICEF and Caland'jra HEINTZMAN PIANO STORE 313-rth St. S. CENTRE VILLAGE I.G.A. U of L and LCC VICTORIA A day off for housewives and a chance for them to participate in the Canada Pension Plan were advocated Friday by Yvonne vice-president of the B.C New Democratic Party and wife of provincial Health Minister Dennis Cocke. Ms. Cocke was one of five panelists on women's role- women's status at a conference sponsored by the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the Victoria Status of Women Action v j a housewife is so impor- how come in this day and age of organization and un- ionization we don't get a day she asked. If society felt the housewife did indeed deserve a day damn well see there were day-care she went on in an applause- punctuated speech. And how dare the Govern- ment of she opt housewives out of the Canada Pension dare they tell me I haven't made a contribution to society and am entitled to a dignified So she again was a housewife like herself shooting off when job equal opportunities in and equality before the law are so much more she because until women gained equality in other the housewife won't get her due. One of the Helen Beirnes of had told British eye on Canadian schools incidentally of having been ad- mitted to the Vancouver Club via a scullery to a dining room gathering when she was in a senior chamber of commerce position. Ms. Cocke picked up that item too. may not matter to be kept out of private she let me tell you something of your club over The Union she had refused admittance to a government reception of wives and delegates from Washington state. we're so im- how come so many doors are closed to FABRIC SALE NEW STOCK JERSEY DRAPERY printt. Rtg. 1.99 yd. Yd 99 LONDON Educa- tion authorities are planning to launch a major recruiting drive for teachers from Canada and several other Commonwealth countries in an effort to relieve a pressing shortage in Britain. Spokesmen for the Inner London Education Authority say they are short 619 teachers Nearly 20 schools in London alone have been plac- ed on part-time teaching because of the which affect both primary and secondary educational levels. Comparatively low salaries remain an obstacle to recruitment abroad. A spokesman for the London authority says the main diffi- culty encountered with the government so far has been its reluctance to grant full recognition to overseas teachers qualifications. Authorities say there are several hundred Australians teaching here but the number of Canadians is well below 100. Wash-up A fresh snowfall can produce lots of fun for a schoolyard of children. This week at Fleetwood- Bawden Elementary Len 12 dispensed a chilly face wash his friend Greg 11. Help- ing subdue the victim is Greg Martin. Hairdresser fined VANCOUVER A Vancouver hairdresser has been fined in county court for cutting the hair on a male over seven years old. Suzette hairdresser in a Gastown beauty was charged with cutting the hair of an adult male the court was had gone into Tiffany Coiffures to have his hair cut and styled. She violated a regulation in the British Columbia Barbers' Act which bans hairdressers Irom cutting male hair except on children seven and under. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY 8 pjn. BINGO RAINBOW HALL 1401 5th AVI. N. NOVEMBER 6th AT 8 P.M. Plrat Jackpot fU In S3 Nov. 2nd Jackpot 160 In 57 Noa. Free and 2Se per 9 Jl.OO 3 Free Prtae-No children under 16 Sponsored byA.u.u.C. ASSOCIATION 45 prints and yd. 1 .29 Poly-Cotton KNITS I m I m I I V Rtj. 3.99 yd. MEN'S IT'S EVERY TUESDAY A.N.A.r. UNIT 34 ACROSS FROM PALM DAIRY WEEKLY BINGO IS NOW A17 GAME PUBLIC BINGO POLYESTER. VALUES TO 5.99 YD. JBric trow coat manufacturers up to 2 yd. 5 Fir mi it Y'O FABRIC A U Jl I W FACTORY SALE CONTINUES ALL WEEK LETHBRIDGE LTD The Largest Selection in Lethbridge i239 2nd Avonuo S. Phono 320-3355 John Monday thru Saturday to p.m. Thuraday and Friday to p.m. IN THE NEW ARMY NAVY AND AIR FORCE HALL TUESDAY AT 8 M EVERY PUBLIC INNEWANAFHALL Soft etc. available MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS INTHECLUBROOMS JACKPOT IH 4u I In 99 Or IINrlMMIIBJ No. par until won. ConMtoHon Jackpot inoiiMM M tor UntH Won REGULAR BINQO OR 4 CORNERS X MM MNkNt 50 Hi. FmflMM ZFmOnwt Door Card Each or Brown Card card may ptirchaMd If a player a doer card and at 4 or DC own All Including Blackouts doubted on a Qroon Card. It Veen el Age CALGARY. Think- ing of writing your own advises a Calgary lawyer specializing in this pitfall-strewn area of law. More often than amateur will fail to foresee possible situations that might frustrate the authors' inten- tions for the disposal of their estates. Amateur wills are usually a lawyer's delight. I. Micnael Hobison told a meeting of the Calgary Property Taxpayers Association They lead to healthy court cases and healthy He gave an example of an amateur's lack of foresight In his home-made a man lelt his estate to his wile or to the children from his lirst marriage in the event of her death He had his wife make a similar in which she left her estate to him or to children from her fjrst marriage in the event of her death Both died in a car accident. This led to a law case that went all the way to the appeal fighting the question of who had died first. A professional would have made a provision in the will that either party would receive the other's estate only if he or she survived the other by a certain number of days If a person dies without a will in the spouse gets all if there are no or the spouse gets the first of the estate and the rest is divided between spouse and children. Wills can be if the mental capacity of the testator is being challenged or there is suggestion that a will was made under undue pressure or fraud. A lawyer is careful to make certain a will cannot be 31- tacked on either ground. Mr. Robinson said When making wills for hus- band and he prefers to deal with both in rather than with one of them who arranges the will for the other. Items to be included in a will are disposal of the appointment of the executor and of an alternate executor in the event of the executor's death or naming of terms of disposal of the estate for children un- der 18 and disposition of the estate if a disaster wipes out the whole family. PAKISTAN AIDED VICTORIA The British Columbia government has given to help relieve flood damage in Pakistan. The money will be given to the Red Cross for dis- tribution to victims. Nov. 5 Jackpot Nos. ALARM SI Geld Pay Double Door Prize FrM other Regular iSt or 5 lor 13th St. and 6lh Ave. N. No children under 18 allowed DO YOU THINK THIS WAY ABOUT Money spent on elabor- ate funerals would be better spent on the living. I don't want anybody to- put my body on public display. I want to record my wishes before death so that my next of km need not make painful decisions under stress I want to support a non- profit group working for dignified and inexpensice fu- nerals. If ask for free folder Memorial Society of Southern Alberta Phone 328-6335 1132 16 St. Lethbridge Buy Thie Dishwasher Use it For 30 Days. If You Can Do Without It Bring it Back. KitchenAid MADE BY THE WORLD'S OLDEST AND LARGEST MAKER OF COMMERCIAL DISHWASHERS Look for these exclusive KitchenAid Automatic Soak Cyek Let your KitchenAid scrub your pots and pans for you The KitchenAid upper rack adjusts to nine different positions To give your family extra health the final rinse water is heated up to APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 812 4th S. 328-1673 from Showroom You Can Depend ;