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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, Novtmbtr I, 1971 THE LETHMIDGE HiULD 41 REACHED THE TOP? THEN DON'T WORRY LONDON, Onl. (CP) Exec- utives wlio have reached the lop of Ihe corporate ladder appear lo have fewer stress symptoms thai may lead to heart trouble than middle-management pec- pie slill scrambling up, a Uni- versity of. Western Ontario re- search study concludes. Prof. John Howard, of the uni- versity's business faculty, said the results conlradict popular mylhology that the top man suf- fers more because of his respon- sibility. He suggested that men at the top have influences and can change their environment to suit themselves. But the middle man lacks the power and must adjust to situations beyond his control. Prof. Howard and a team of researchers interviewed supervisory people in a Cana- dian firm with employees across Ihe country. However, Dr. Peter Re- cluiitzer, a London cardiologist, suggested that it may be the naturally calm fellow who reaches the top because all the others who react loo greatly to stress are not around any more. Both men agreed that serious stress does not affect the vic- tim's health until about a year after the event. Prof. Howard said signs of stress show up in Ihe 'viclim who may develop allergy and respiratory trouble, cardiovas- cular symptoms, emotional dis- tress, including insomnia, gas- Iro-inlesllnsl symptoms and in- creased use of medicine, espe- cially vitamins and tranquilliz- ers. On-the-job situations that may produce stress include: uncer- tainty about advancement op- portunities and how work Is evaluated by supervisors, job interference will] personal life and too heavy a workload. Prof. Howard concludes lhat corporations must learn more about the stress-causing condi- tions they create and do some- thing about the causes. Dr. Rechnitzer, who has de- veloped programs to rehabili- lale heart attack victims, said there are ways to counteracl slress. Too many businessmen try to relax the same way Ihey work, he said, by scheduling leisure activities and putting deadlines on them Ihe same way they line up their appoinlmenls. "We all have lo live In this world wilh its deadlines hut we also must have some solitude and be able to follow a cloud wherever it goes with no struc- tured he said. St. Nick unwelcome in Peru this year LIMA (AP) Christmas is less than two monlhs away, but already the word is out: Santa Claus is not welcome in Peru this year. Neither are Christ- mas trees or other yulelide symbols that do not conform to "Peruvian reality." Taking their place will be "El Nino the "Peruvian version" of the Christ child, tra- ditional manger scenes, and other "completely Peruvian' symbols. The educaiton ministry says advertising men have agreed to eliminate foreign themes from television and radio advertise- ments. It expresses hope lhat the public will follow the exam- ple. The step is being taken to put Christmas advertising in line with military government de- crees requiring thai ads harmo- nize with educational goals. The government controls 51 per cent of all commercial TV slalions and 25 per cenl of major radio stations. Santa Claus is known here as Papa Noel. He and Christmas trees, sleiglis and reindeer are symbols of Nordic countries, says Dr. Samuel Precz, head of the ministry's collective com- munications dcpartmenl. SUMMERY CHRISTMAS "We don't have reindeer or snow-covered pine trees at Christmas he adds. "We're in the middle of sum- mer." The southern hemisphere summer begins In December and Peru's only snow is at the top of some of the higher An- dean peaks. Perez polnls out that his of- fice cannot oblige all business- men to eliminate symbols from tteir store windows, nor can it force homeowners lo discon- tinue their usage. But bearded Papa Noels who normally appear in Lima stores and downtown streets during the Christmas shopping season "will have lo beat a retreat" due to lack of advertising sup- port "and because they are out of style." Rev. Rene Paredes, spokes- man for the Lima archbishop's office, finds the step in agree- ment with Roman Catholic sen- timent. "Christmas is a universal cel- ebration and should be ex- pressed in accordance wilh Ihe senliments of each he said. "It is fair that here we have our own Christmas themes." Not all agree. "Papa Noel Is sometlilng wlu'ch goes beyond national or seasonal says i Lima housewife. "Today he is universal and forms a part of the concept of Christmas." Tics biud North, Soulh Korea SEOUL (AP) North and Soulh Korea agreed here on a wide-ranging economic, politi- cal and cultural exchanges and possible joint action on Inter- national projects. They also promised to avoid any military confrontation and to cease hostile propaganda via radio and loudspeakers along tie demilitarized zone or by dropping leaflets. After winding up three days of talks in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, Lee Huk- rak, head of the Soulh Korean Central Intelligence Agency, told reporters it is possible for Ihe two countries lo take up join! fishery or tourist develop- ment schemes under Ihe ac- cord. He also said joint sport- ing learns could entered in iuiornalional competition. Speaking at (lie truce village of Panmnnjom wliila on his way home, Lee said lie met for four hours with Premier Kim Il-sung of North Korea, but he "declined lo disclose what they discussed. The I'yoiifrynns Inlks wore the third such conference since Ihe July 4 nnnounccmenl Hint llw North and South would Work for iK'acrful ivunlficatlon. Tim next session of Ihe North- Soulh tnlks Is sol for Nov. .10 In Seoul. The firsl two conferences MOT conducted in Scplomlw In Pyongyang jind Swul. SIMPSONS OcdIS Today you can avoid wasteful 'impulse' buying. Shop less often... with this extra big Coldspot. Adjustable Spacemaster interior The roomy interior of Ihis Deluxe, 16.6 cu. II. Frostless Coldspot retrigerator gives you all the added space you need to round out a full week's shopping. You get a big, 137-lb. capacity freezer. Maximum storage flexibility with adjustable cantilever half shelves, interchangeable 22.5-lb. meat keeper and twin, 24.3-qt. vegetable crispers. Even the door shelves are adjustable! And this deluxe 'giant' is completely Frostless. Interiors never need defrosting. Other quality features include: heated butler condilioner. See-through, flip-up dairy doors. 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