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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOQE HERALD-Srturday, October RICHARD NIXON CHECKS OUTjOF HOSPITAL Nixon termed exhausted LONG BEACH, Calif (AP) Richard Nixon, seated in a wheelchair with his phlebitis- stricken leg propped up, left hospital Friday for his San Clemente villa. His doctor's orders apparently will keep the former president from the witness stand in the Watergate cover-up trial in Washington at least tem- porarily SHERRIFPS AUCTION SALE TUESDAY, OCT. 8 P.M. AT HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE NO. 2 1916-2 Avenue South, Lethbridge TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Pursuant to the Alberta Act we will Mil the following: 4 Copy Mate Model 400 dry copiers metal bull statue, metal horse statue, metal statue of Don Quixote; metal statue of man and woman, Handkerchief Dance; metal statue of man on horse, 2 golfer statues; approx envelopes (various approx sheets 1524 dual purpose Xerox paper; 20 boxes Para-ipe pressure lettering stencils, 8 roll blueprinting paper; artist pads; artist paint powder and supplies, slide rules, inventory cards; large quantity of paper, Xerox film remover Many more items too numerous to mention. Special Consignment of Old and Collectable Furniture: Maple sideboard with mirror; maple 5-drawer Hi-Boy chert of drawers; maple wash aland with towel rack; oak buffet with glaaa doors; oak square dining table; oak dresser with mirror; oak serving table; oak scroll back rocker; oak waahstand; walnut buffet; 2 elm dressers with mirrors; elm drop leaf desk; 2 scroll back chairs; 2 leaded windows; oak padded arm chain 3 pressed glass coal oil lamps. Items may be viewed: Monday 7 to 9 p.m. Sale Day 12 Noon HI Sale Time. SALE CONDUCTED BY. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920-2Ave.S. Lethbridge TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 010233-41 Lie. 012116-458 Nixon must restrict his ac- tivity for at least one month and possibly three and take an anticoagulant drug for several months to treat his chronic phlebitis, said Dr. John Lung- ren. He said that while taking the drug, Coumadm, Nixon is in tJanger of hemorrhaging if he should suffer an injury or "physical trauma of any kind" Lungren added that the for- mer president is probably "physically exhausted" from the repeated tests during his hospital stay. Nixon's longtime friend and personal physician said he be- lieves thephlebitis was a f lareup of an earlier bout with the vein inflammation which troubled him in Japan in 1965. At that time, Lungren said, the phlebitis was caused by a long plane ride "in the days before they were using jets." Asked about Nixon's mental condition, Lungren reported: "His mind is sharp. There is no evidence of any problem in this area Lungren said Nixon, who had on several occasions re- jected physicians' advice to enter hospital for his phlebitis, told him as he left hospital "that he will follow out my instructions to the letter." Lungren said he knows some people doubt that Nixon is really ill. "I know there are a lot of doubting country is full of this is my honest conception of what I think should happen to him (during his recovery "I am trying to be non- political and give you my honest opinion On Thursday, Nixon's lawyers asked US. District Court Judge John Sirica to ex- cuse Nixon from testifying in the Watergate cover-up trial. i FLUORIDATION IN EUROPE ALMOST ALL AGAINST The following report, published by the National Pure Water Associa- tion is an accurate and up-to-date position in Europe The information has been carefully checked with every Embassy in London and represents the position as at September, 1970. in addition to the fact trial many countries are against the introduction of fiuonde into their drinking water because it represents an unknown health hazard, a number of countries are taking steps to hslt fluondation They are. Austna, Denmark, France. Greece, Jtaly, Luxembourg. Norway, Spain, Yugoslavia. Basle (Switzerland) is the only town fluoridating its water supplies but we read that this tnal is also meeting with ever-mounting cri- ticism Since the above printing we have received information that Switzerland, Sweden, West Germany and the Netherlands have joined the growing list of European nations banning fluoridahon on June 22, 1973 when Holland de- dared the fluoridating of public water supplies to be illegal In its judgment the High Court considered the fluoridating of a public water supply So be a MEDICAL MEASURE and outside the purpose of the Dutct1 iaw vkh.c" ob a water joard to ensjre suop.y o' wnolesorrs f. :tioi.i the addition of ary suo- stance in l ght of rte above information we ponder the question wr-at information do Ejrooea" countries Nave on fiuoridation 'hat in Lelbbndge and Caisze as a shouid