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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDCE HERAID Thursday. October 5, Lethbridge laivyer appointed to heart foundation board Tommy Banks, of national TV fame, 1ms been namwl hon- orary campaign chairman for lire Allwrta Heart Fund drive to lie lick! in February. The [oundaticn announced at the recent annual meeting that 1972 had been an excellent Us- cal year with a total income of Newly elected to I'ne board or directors is Mr. R. Wil- liams of Other suulhcrn Albertans re- elected to the board include: R. Ainscoupll iincl G- S. Balfonr, M.D., both of l.ctllbriiige. S. M. Fengstari of Fort Maclpcd. C. E. Keatins: and S. J. 1'rasow both of Medicine tlat. Dr. G. S. Baifour has been appointed chairman of the pro- vincial campaign management! committee. President B. T. Banks, who was elected for a second year, j stated that because of research, j many of the factors which in- fluence our susceptibility to heart attack have been idenli- fied. Some of these we can do nothing about, such as her- edity, age and sex, he said. We can only accept the fact that heart disease tends to run in families; that 50 year-olds1 have four times the risk of' According to Mr. Banks 1'C'irt attacks than 30 year-olds: i there are ways of reducing thi ami that heart attack's are five' risk ot heart attack but thesj can only be made known to Al bertans through an expandet public program. Every community, every or ganization, every living persoi can help pass the word, h> "The campaign objective fo 1173 has been set at Prize craHs THUNDER BAY, Ont. (CP'l lieathvork and leathcrcraf skills of years past took on meaning as children fror the nearby Fort William India reserve gave up part of thei summer to participate in handicraft course sponsored b the department of Indiau A I f. i s Teacher Virginia M> I Laren said the children, ranghi in age from five lo early teen i won first, second and thir prizes for mukluks am! thir prize for moccasins at a leat men.'e-craft exhibition in Sault SI Marie. K. V. WILLIAMS new hoard member more common n women, up to middle limes than age, he acklcd. These facts should only inten- sify our determination to do something about the factors we can control. SAVES TIME i When baking potatoes, sa> lime by boiling first for fi' I minutes. vTON'S Max Factor's New Eye-Cology Colors Max Factor's Eye-cology Collection is here! A stunning line-up of eye shadows in nature1! own clear, clean colours. Inspired by the sky above, the eorth below and the sea around us, Max Factor has designed five series of five-cclcur combination compacts, each wilh a dual-lipped applicator to do your eyes justic9. Join the Eye-cology movement at Eaton's nowl Max Factor Lash Maker Comb-on mascara helps your look longer, tmudgirig. Fast drying, waterproof formula that cnco. In hlcclc, brownish-black, brown, midnight g ond plum burgundy......................... Slari for your eyes in multi-bright Star Shine, Twinkle Blue, Green Shine, Twi- lighf Aqua, Lunar Lilac, Moon glow m lilacs: Lunar Lilac, Moon Mauve, Dusty Plum, Sundown Pink ond Moonlight Blue. Earlti tone l in Frosted Sand, Meadow Gr-en, Winter Earth, lunar 11! c and Sapphire Frost. Sky bluts. Blue Sky Frost, Iridescent Breezy Blue, Cloudy Slue, Slorm Blue, Sundown Pink. Sea grefint in Frosty Aqua, South Sea Green, Nile Green, Marina Blua and Sunny Sand FfOit. Cetmeliu, Main Floor fuller withovf srr, isporoles, curls end colou een, navy Mrs. Freda Elmes Max Factor Beauty Consultant be at the cosmetic counter, main floor, through Saturday, lo assist you witin your beauty problems. Be sure to see her. BUY LINE 328-8811. Shop Eaton's tonight until 9 ond 9 'til 9 Friday. Use your Come True Card. J-amil Just Jude By JUDE TURIC TENDER LOVING CARE Spooky 1he cat gels special attention from Constable Wallace Renke and Ed Kleis, fireman, of Medicine Hat after the animal was overcome by smoke in a house fire. The fireman applied artificial respiration for 20 minutes be- fore the cat revived. It was then taken to a veterinarian, but later released. (CP Wirepholo) Energetic Nixon supporter youth symbol for campaign HOLLYWOOD (API The phone rang in Pain Powell's apartment. Her mother, June Allyson, was calling to make sure her daughter's latest elec- tion campaign swing for Presi- dent Nixon had gone well. "It was just ex- caimed Pam with the energetic snthusiasm that lias made her more than just another "Nixo- nette." At 21, some view the fresh- faced petite blonde as the youth symbol in the Nixon campaign. She's national chairman of Young Vo'.ers for the President, a group aimed at bringing 13- to 30-y e a r -o 1 cl s into the Nixon camp. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes The daughter of Miss Allyson md the late actor-singer Dick >owel! made a .splash at the Republican national convention n Miami in August when she ieided a Riant gavel to open he cor.clave, then presided over t star-studded youih concert vhich Nixon attended. "That was a thrill, really ler- she said of the conven- ion opening. In fortlicoming months she more ravel across the country to >lug for Ni.xon J'epubli- :aas, Democrats and indqjcnd- ents. For Pam, lias been a re- )orter, press agent and access, campaigning comes easy. "I find that politics is very much the same thing I was doing as a press and ac- she says. "I'm trying to meet as many people, as many press. And now I've done some of the biggest shows in the world. What bigger show is there than a national conven- "There's only one thing wrong with It's your spinac WITH all the blood-red and earth-brown finger- nails out and about, it's hard to tell who's a vampire and who isn'l. Way back when in the good-ole-days, a fella might have lost his girl's face at the local lovers lane, but he could always zero lit by sighting her stark white or shiny, clear nails. Willi fashion dictating color and color encore, things are getting tough. Besides being fooled by the nails, the guys are in for trouble when it comes to sighting lips. The plain whites are dead and the frostics are out! The girl in the swing has got to flash the mean Harlow reds or she could be dropped from the fashion trail. As it is, pancake makeup has made a come- back, and ye old white 30s face; rosy red cheeks and thick soppy eyes have made the scene. Along with the face craze, the songs of the greaser years are climbing out of the back room trunk. The 45s we made wall plaques out of, just after the Beatles hit, are the in-thing now. Little did we all realize that the Platters and the Big Bopper would be due for a revival in the 70s. Those who have the relics stashed, don't need to hother spending another bundle on the latest rec- ords; just brush off the cobwebs. 'lite days when the old family photo album could provide "some good laughs are also gone. A clothes revival makes it pretty hard to get a snicker out of mom's baggy, cuffed and high waisl- ed slacks, when you're sitting there wearing your own. And there's no sense chuckling at her flowered clingy dress set off with those crazy, open-toed, strap- around-the-ankle shoes either. Hair styles are taking the plunge, with a sad rendition of the pageboy infecting the hairdresser's scissors. Tight caps, floppy hrims and the widow's net are trying to get a toe in the old-fashioned market as well. So what's left? How about bobby sox, ponylails and oxfords? Male sports fan disgusted with women soccer players Cold Turkey Wine Cocktail C- from JORDAN WINES STUDIED JOfRNAUSM After two years as a journal- ism major at Marcjuetlc Univer- sity, Pam left school lo 117 re- porting. In her job at the Or- ange Coast Daily Pilot in South- ern California's hotbed of politi- ca conservatism, Orange County, she was assigned lo Nixon's 1053 campaign, "I really was for Nixon as a she says, though she wasn't old enough to vote for him then. Later, she moved lo Holly- wood as a press agent for ac- tors and authors, hut b'jcame restless, went to York to join her mother, then starring in Forty CaraUs, and decided to try acting. Slie studied drama for a year, appeared on TV commercial1) unit Had small roles in two TV soap operas. Last year, she came home to Hollywood and a new press agent job her acting career. "Kvcrycne saiti 1 was the only press agent in town with my own Then, some weeks she became involved in (he Nixon campaign and dropped cvDry- tiling else. She's b-jcn on the road speeches ever .since and will soon off a tour of college campuses. MOSCOW (AP) Women soccer players of the world, disband] That was the word Erom the Soviet minister of health when It fielded a complaint from an irate male sports fail who said he was disgusted by t lie sight of two women's teams playing last summer. Valery Velichko said it was unpleasant to see the girls running with things like pig- tails dangling, Vclichko said he was sure soccer playing would render the women "incapable of motherhood." An additional hazard for him was that it could "wreck romance and marriage." He didn't say whe'fier Mrs. Vclichko was playing ball. The ministry monthly, Health, in Us October edition, said Velichko was right. Dr, Nat sly a Grayevsk ay a, chief doctor for the Soviet Sports Federation, said soc- cer could give women vari- cose veins. Worse, she said, all that scrambling around fo? the hall can "damage the functioning of thD sexual or- gans." "A woman's pelvis is not just a firm support for the sDine and lower Dr. Grayevskaya observed. A hard kicked ball there con Id damage organs pro- tected by the pelvic ring, she said. Another danger was the chest trap. "One of the e I e m e n t s of stopping a ball in soccer is to step it with the the doctor said, "A ball sinking the breasts is she judged. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 ]2lh SI. "C" N. Fit, Oct. 6fh Starts ui p.m. Doors Opon al p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, 8lh and 12lli Gomel in 7 Numbers or WORTH Jn 58 Numbers Soiry No One Under 16 Yean of Age Allowed JACKPOT BINGO This Thusdcy Evening, October 5th Sponsored by LadieV Aid of 51. Peler and St. Pnul'i Churen STARTS P.M. 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