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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Blood enzyme test spots heart attack STANFORD, Calif. (AP) A simple blood enzyme test developed here can spot minor heart attacks undetected by electrocardiograms and save lives of patients who otherwise wouldn't get treatment, its developers say "This is the most sensitive and specific test to determine damage to the said the test's developer, Dr Paul Wolf of Stanford Medical Centre Researchers said the test also can detect muscular dystrophy and malignant hyperthermia, a condition BEETLE CONTROL The best method of con- trolling Southern pine beetle in shade or ornamental pines is to spray with a mixture of 1m- dane and fuel oil which causes high fever and bleeding after exposure to some general anesthetics The test measures the blood level of an enzyme called creatine phosphokmase (CPK) which increases after heart attacks, Wolf said Wolf said the new test can supplement the electrocar- diogram, which traces the heart's elctncal currents and detects major heart attacks but often shows no irregular pattern after a mild coronary If a CPK test shows the heart muscle has been damaged, a physician can prescribe rest, diet and other precautions that might forestall a second, more serious attack, Wolf said He said the test takes only a few minutes and can be per- formed with equipment in most hospital laboratories Monday. October 29, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 21 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: You've had a raft of letters in your column these past several months about cigarette smoking You have stated that it is neither sophisticated nor a sign of good judgment You have said it can shorten lives and that it is an unattractive, dirty, expensive habit Why, then, do millions of people continue to smoke' The tobacco companies say business is good and their sales are up I believe the answer is simple A baby can suck his thumb and drag an old blanket If an adult sucked his thumb and dragged an old blanket he would be put away So he must do something socially acceptable He sticks WE5TH1GHOU5E Westinghouse WASHER for regular loads and one for delicate fabrics and tiny loads Hand Wash agitator nests beneath regular agitator lets you safely machine wash delicate lingerie and knits 'Double wash action centre agitator rotating ribbed tub 'Double action rinsing system power spray plus deep agitation rinse to remove all suds and soil filtering system gives 3 or more com- plete water filterings for better removal of lint Water Saver allows you to fill to the right level for any load from 4 to 18 Ibs duty transmission motor pump and sus- pension Extra Value Sale, only S319 FREE BONUS with Laundromat Hand Wash Agitator Usually an extra-cost item, it's free during this sale only Ends hand washing forever Safely machine washes lingerie, cashmeres etc Nests out of way beneath regular agitator Westinghouse DRYER drying programs on timer Timed Dry and Auto Dry Dry cycle uses accurate sensor to measure drying shut off cycle when clothes reach either fully dry or damp dry ready for ironing gives excellent results with permanent press and knit garments 16 diameter opening to ease loading and unloading 'Safety start button and door switch interior light 'Diagonal Cross Vanes give more even drying help prevent small loads from sticking to tub walls 'Heavy duty drive motor suspension and basket 'Bigger lint filter screen improves lint removal Extra Value Sale, only FREE BONUS with Dryer Non-tumbling drying rack Usually an extra- cost option, free for this Sale only Dries sneakers, shoes, buckled belts, etc. quietly without tumbling Removable. no hang-ups with an electric dryerA washer Buy The Pair Only '499 Colond Extra (Etch) SMITH'S COLOR TV APPLIANCES 236 1 3th St. N. Phone 328-5541 Ed Smith Ptotttll ClOMd Open Thun., and Frl. till 9 a cigarette in his face, or a cigar, or a pipe These serve as pacifiers The grown-up kiddies couldn't care less if they annoy people or if someone has asthma or an allergy and gets sick They are not the least bit concerned if they burn holes in their clothes (or or set fire to a mattress and barbecue the whole family They prove their lack of consideration every time they light a cigarette But they can't help it because they are not grown- up enough to be in control of themselves Do you have the courage to publish this? Free At Last Dear Free: Your theory is not new and it doesn't take any special courage to print it The smokers will, of course, shout at the top of their coal- black lungs, "Freudian gar- bage'" But you are right Are your parents too strict? Hard to reach9 Ann Landers's booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How To Get More could help you bridge the generation gap. Send 50e in coin with your re- quest and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654 Copyright 1973 Field Enterprises, Inc.. IN GOOD HANDS A 13-year-old girl in British Columbia donated her birthday money to the USC because she wanted to give it to someone who was not as lucky as she was She said she knew it would be in good hands USC Headquarters is at 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP 5B1 Checking out the course Britain's Princess Anne and her fiance Capt Mark Philips, examine the course that is being used for the international equestrian meet at Boekelo, in the eastern part of Holland Thursday Both the princess and Philips compete in international equestrian meets The homemaker By MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist Caveat emptor was the theme of a week long Con- sumer Law Seminar that I just returned from It means buyer beware and that idea has been around as long as latin has But there is a new concept arising and that is seller take care especially if the consumer is wise and knows her rights Legislation has been designed to protect the consumer and you should be aware of it and exercise your rights Direct sales cancellation act The bitter voice of ex- perience can tell you that this is good to know about It was designed to protect the con sumer from door-to-door type salesmen The act states that you can cancel a contract to buy by giving notice of cancellation within four days after the date on which you receive a copy of the contract You don t have to state a reason for cancelling The act applys to sales that are conducted outside the sellers normal place of business, that means your home on the street, where vou work It does not apply to contracts concluded at an auc- tion or an agricultural fair You may also cancel a contract within one year of the date of the contract if all goods and services are not supplied within 30 days of the date specified If no delivery date is specified, you may cancel within 120 days if no goods are delivered You may also cancel if the seller or salesman was not licensed You should give your notice of cancellation by registered mail sent to the seller, or if there is address send it to the Minister of Industry and Development Be sure to keep a carbon copy for yourself The seller is obliged to return your money to you within fifteen days, and this is where usually become a little slack If they don t return vour money or try to put you off with filling out forms here s what to do Make sure your original letter is ex phcit giving dates amount vou paid contract number and name of salesman etc This way they have no excuse for delay and if they fail to res- pond within 15 days you can contact the Alberta Consumer Affairs Branch bv phone or mail 502 I B M Building 10808 99th Avenue Edmonton Alberta Phone 229-3079 These people will deal with the company on your behalf and will get some results for you Halloween treats Taffy Apples (traditional recipe) 6 B C apples 1 cup brown sugar cup granulated sugar cup corn syrup '2 cup water 1 tbsp butter 14 tsp salt food 1 stick cinnamon (whole spice) Few drops red coloring Cook sugars, syrup, water, butter salt and cinnamon stick until candy thermometer reads F (crack stage in cold water Remove from the heat and remove cinnamon stick Add food coloring Dip apples which have been secured on skewers or tongue depressors into hot syrup Place on wax paper to harden Easy caramel applies Melt Kraft caramels over hot water Dip skewered apples into soft caramel Place on wax paper to harden Halloween apple pie 6 to 8 B C apples '2 cup brown sugar 'A tsp nutmeg or cinnamon 14 tsp salt '2 tbsp butter 2 tsp lemon juice '2 tsp lemon rind Pastry for double crust pie '2 cup grated cheddar cheese Line pie plate with pastry Peel and core apples and cut into slices Fill into pie shell Sprinkle with sugar spice, salt lemon juice and lemon rind Dot with butter Roll top crust for pie With sharp knife cut jack o lantern face pattern from the pie crust Carefully put into position over apple filling Bake at F for 40 to 50 minutes or until crust is golden brown Sprinkle with cheese Return to oven to melt cheese Serve warm IT'S NEW! EVERY TUESDAY A.N.A.F. UNIT 34 WEEKLY BINGO IS NOW A 17 GAME ON 5th AVENUES. ACROSS FROM PALM DAIRY PUBLIC BINGO NEW FORCE EVERY TUESDAY 8 PUBLIC _ INNEWANAFHALL Coffee, Soft Drinks, etc available MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS INTHECLUBROOMS JACKPOT In 52 Not. or Less increasing one No. per week until won. Consolation Jackpot Per Week Until Won REGULAR BINGO OR 4 CORNERS 12 in 7 not. or loss-No winnir, drops to yntil won X BUM ISO Mini Blackout SO No. Blickoit Fret 6iim 2 Frn Dnws Door Card (Woodgraln) Each Blua or Brown Cards 50c. Qraan Kay Card (This card may be purchased If a player haa a door card and at least 4 other blue or brown AH Binges, including j are doubled on Green Card. 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