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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHtniDQE HERALD Novtmbw 1973 the Herald----------------------- Family Lethbridge woman elected to board ISOBEL WRAY elected to boartl VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS FREEZER SPECIALS i alb. box Pork Chopptttii 10 ib. box Bur StNktttis 11 .99 Fronts of Beef Wrapped 8V ik Sides OfBMf 95' ib Wrapped Himburgar Ib. Ml DH 904 7th Ave. S. 329-4545 Lethbridge resident Isobel Wray was elected to the board of directors of the Alberta Heart Foundation at the provincial annual meeting held in Edmonton. Re-elected to serve on the board were Mr. R. Dr. G. S. Balfour and Mr. R. W. all of Lethbridge. Heart reseach dollars in the province are presently being used to fund more than 20 doc- tors working in this with 90 cents of every dollar put toward such work as perfecting an artificial heart. The annual heart campaign will again be held in with a city-wide canvass planned. Heart foundation supporters are reminded of the memorium service offered by Mrs. Wray through the local heart chapter. Delusions come true LONDON A woman took her husband to a Harley Street psychiatrist saving he was suffering from delusion of grandeur. keeps saying he is expecting one letter that will make him the owner of 000 acres in Surrey and another telling him he has inherited a diamond mine in South she explained. The man had three weeks of intensive treatment then the letters arrived. The football score is your TV set goes And you're likely to go haywire Simmer down. Making sure your TV will deliver top performance for whatever scores you're is as easy as getting a Simpsons-Sears Preventative Maintenance checkup now. Here's what we Visual check of lead-in and internal inside home terminal connec- tions to ensure a undistorted signal. Check horizontal oscillator and black and white tracking to improve viewing Adjust height and vertical linearity for good proportional picture Focus picture and adjust color-killer control for well-defined scanning lines Check VHP and UHF tuner Degauss picture tube to remove color contamination Color purity adjustment for bright colors Check static and dynamic convergence. Explain proper operation and answer all questions for greater enjoyment of color TV Check sound quality Color Q99 Extra Maintenance checkup ia also available for Mack and white TV set. PHONE 328-9231 Ext. 278 for immediate service. Charge your Maintenance checkup on your all-purpose account. Nixon's best defender emrf his Julie Defends her father Julie Nixon Eisenhower is shown during an interview in Washington. She has been President Nixon's most outspoken insisting both on national television and in private conversations that her father has carried on his duties with honor and with nothing to hide. Poor nutrition evident By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The final results of a national nutritional survey of show what many Canadians have known all Too many Canadians are eat too much poor-nutrition food and suffer from such maladies as iron anemia deficiency. There are even a substantial number who are malnourished in this land of plenty. Federal Health Minister La- londe said in an interview that the while not encour- are considerably better than he would have expected. But the experts in his have been sworn to secrecy for months on this highly-political are quick to point out that the results of such a sur- vey don't tell the whole story. In they tend to paint a better picture than exists in in part because such surveys tend to miss the the elderly and the really poor. In the 200-page re- port does not include the poorer nutritional status of In- dians and Eskimos that will be covered in a supplemental report in a few months. The survey ended officially a year after covering all regions of the all eco- nomic both all ages and in both summer and winter. There was a special sub-group of pregnant women as well. Generally the sur- vey uncovered medical prob- lems in one out of every five persons surveyed that had to be referred to a doctor. Canadians can be less than proud of their dental of BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 22912th St. N. NOV. 9th 8 P.M. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW GAME IN 50 NUMBERS 10th GAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4lh 8th 12th IN 7 NUMBERS Or LESS 5 CARDS FOR POT OF GOLD Single Winner FirM 12 GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH DOOR PRIZES 36 FftEE CARDS S DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed Uidi PNNh nd Evi Ziekiriu at the Gemini Beauty Salon ARE AVAILABLE WITH OPEN APPOINTMENTS They are both experienced in the latest hair fashion for both ladies and gentlemen. Do come in Soonl GEMINI BEAUTY SALON 706 3rd South Phom 327-2079 from Urn New Downtown After you see your doctor bring your prescription to their over weight which is often related to the high in- take of certain fats in the and about the general balance of their diet. The survey suggests Cana- dians could eat better nutri- tionally and actually eat less food. Most it seems eat more than enough protein. Yet some groups still suffer from including some poor teenagers on the road during the and residents of some rural communities. Yet there was nothing so serious uncovered by the sur- vey that urgent remedial Ac- tion was required by provin- cial health officials. In response to the survey re- federal health depart- ment officials are reportedly preparing new regulations covering the addition of cer- tain vitamins and minerals to prepared foods and are stepping-up programs to en- courage more physically ac- tivity by Canadians While provincial health au- thorities have been briefed on the survey they still have not received the final re- as a part of Ottawa's attempt to keep everything hush-hush until later today. Blacksmith included on wedding list LONDON Village blacksmith Bert Tidmarsh will be in Westminster Abbey next week to watch the wedding of Princess Anne. But foreign ambassadors will have to find out about the ceremony secondhand as far as is known. The guest list of for the Nov. 14 marriage of Queen Elizabeth's only daughter to Capt. Mark Phillips has pro- voked some dismay among the diplomatic corps. .Only Commonwealth coun- tries have been invited to send their official representatives. Even they were not on the original some sources say. Many on the list live in the tiny Wiltshire villages around Great Phillips's home town in western England. Among them is Tid- who shoes horses for the Phillips family. He and his wife get Abbey places. So do saddler David Barnes and his wife. They made the official guest list at the expense of some of the most distinguished members of the London diplomatic cor- since the decision was taken not to invite any official foreign representatives. Buckingham Palace said the intention is to try to make the wedding an occasion for fami- ly and friends. WASHINGTON Fight. Julie Nixon Eisenhower scrawled that entry in her ap- pointment calendar Oct. 26. That was toe day her father alerted United States military forces around the leading to some specu- lation that he had created a crisis to distract attention from Watergate problems at home. was decision day for Julie said in an hour- long interview in the family's private quarters of the White House. angered me so much. I decided it was up to all of us in the administration and those who believe in my father to present the facts as we see And ever the presi- dent's youngest daughter has been his most outspoken de- insisting that her fa- ther has carried on his duties with with and with nothing to hide. Sitting in the sunlit sola- rium that the Nixons call their California the 25-year- old Mrs. Eisenhower vehemently denied allegations against her father. She said he will not he has done nothing to warrant im- his health is ex- and there's nothing ir- regular about the family's fi- nances. think that any man who didn't know in his heart that he had nothing to that he had done everything humanly possible to clear things up how could he really go through all these It wouldn't be would if you really think about The portrait she paints of her father is of a man more philosophical in recent responsive to love and sup- port from family and and reflective. The she of- ten sits at the piano alone playing melodic and relaxes also by watching movies on sitting through any film to the end. IT'S A MUSEUM But he relaxes best away from the White Mrs. Eisenhower said. is just a pressure-box atmosphere. If we could live anywhere it would be just great. I guess it's be- cause the phones are always ringing People are always around. It's a museum. It's not really a Except during the Middle East the pressure of re- cent months hasn't caused the president to lose more sleep than Julie said. pattern since he's been in office is to maybe wake up once during the night and take notes for an hour or so and go back to sleep. He doesn't usually steep through the The telephone the president calling his daughter from his Key Biscayne house in Florida. he's just gotten reports the television show she appeared on that morning was that Bob Abplanalp had called to say it was the first time he wanted to kiss the TV Julie said afterwards. And he went into the tape thing a about how angry he is that it's being played as something but Judge John Sirica will make it when the experts check to see if there's been anything tampered with. He was just going into a little frustration as I FRIENDS CAUGHT One of his big worries has been how his advisers have gotten caught in the tangled web of Watergate. most of the people in- he still has Julie said. he's convinc- ed that in so many they really did contribute to the ad- ministration immeasurably and did a good job Does the family discuss the pros and cons of of course she said. there are a lot of times when I feel anger and but copping out isn't the What about threats of im- reaction is that first of I don't worry about because I know my father hasn't committed a high crime or a misdemeanor. KEEP THE FAITH second of I really have faith in people. And I believe that if you are through the media and naybe we ought to do more to present the that peo- ple who are fair-minded will see the facts. And those who aren't fair I don't care what they think How does Julie think the whole Watergate situation will think that before my father dies that there will be a perspective on his achievements will be recognized and I believe that Calendar St. Michael's Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary will hold a furniture refinishing clinic at 2 and 8 Tuesday in the nurses' residence. Everyone welcome'. Tickets are available from at the door or at Leisters' Music. The Port Macleod Centen- nial Dance sponsored by the Old Time Dance Club will be held at the P.P. Walshe school at p.m. Friday. There will be dancing by various ethnic groups with public dancing to begin immediate- ly afterward. Lunch will be served. The ACW of St. Mary the Virgin will sponsor a flea market in the parish hall from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and again from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday. A large variety of articles will be available. The bi-annual meeting of the Alberta Provincial Ranger Council will be held Friday and Saturday in Taber. Ac- tivities will include discussion of co-ed ranger violence on TV and where teenagers feel sex education should be taught. This will be the first time the APRC meets in southern Alberta. The Lethbridge Naturalists Society will meet at 8 p.m. Friday at the Bowman Art Centre. This will be election night. Slides will be shown by Duncan Macintosh as well. The regular monthly meeting of Vasa Lodge No. 579 will be held in the Scandina- vian Hall at p.m. BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. Wow Open in COLLEGE MALL Phone 329-4722 MARY QUANT COSMETICS Lakeview Drugs Remembrance Day by federal legislation is observed on the 11th day of November each year and in 1973 this date falls on Sunday. Remembrance Day is designated as a by Regulations under The Alberta Labour 1973 which If Remembrance Day is an employee's day of employee is not eligible for general holiday if employee works on that employee is normally entitled towages equal to times his ordinary or a day off with pay in lieu of the general holiday. If Remembrance Day is an employee's day of if employee employee is normally entitled to the regular wages plus an amount to times the regular or a day off with pay in lieu of the general if employee is absent from work without the consent of the employee forfeits the general holiday entitfement. If Remembrance Day falls on a day that is an employee's day of work and the employer observes the the employee 'shall be paid his ordinary wages for that day. For further information Labour Standards Labour Department of Manpower and Labour Administration Third Avenue Ninth Street Alberta Phone 328-4471 MANPOWER AND LABOUR ;