Independent from Long Beach, California on January 23, 1975 · Page 69
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;'- V M. P-2Z-3, J«n. 11, Indwcndenl, THundjy, Jin. JJ, im CLASSIC LOOK to new "Diplomat" decor ,, package, for 1975 Dodge Royal Monaco :: Brougham two-door hardtop is achieved " with unique stainless steel applique over · the top and formal landau vinyl roof with : "opera window. The package complements - ! the distinctive front end, new for '75. · -DODGE NEWS PHOTO By ART STEPHAN Auto Editor A new "Diplomat" is being presented in the auto _ world--it's the Dodge "Diplomat," the latest and most · attractive version in Dodge's standard-size Monaco ear . line. The Diplomat is a luxurious decor package that , gives the top-of-the-line Royal Monaco Brougham two- door hardtop a more formal, classic look. ' I The Diplomat name was selected because the art.'fully handled degree of design further carries out the ; luxury theme of Monaco, the European principality for which the car was named. The package features a distinctive over-the-top '. stainless steel applique that sets off a smooth-grained, ; padded landau vinyl roof and formal opera windows. _J - The perimeter of the roof is bordered by vinyl *beading. Even the rear window treatment is unique in .that it is framed with padded vinyl and surrounded by ' an elegant French seam. :: THE PACKAGE includes left and right remote ;,"control side view mirrors (which allow owners an - ^occasional peek if they can't bear to take their eyes off · the distinctive roof). "" The vinyl roof package is offered in three colors: .'red, silver and gold to match exterior body paint colors ~of Vintage Red metallic, Silver Cloud metallic, and .. :lnca Gold metallic -- all new for 1975. - * The Diplomat can be ordered with a new luxury trim option that includes a regal corded velour cloth- · and-vinyl, 50/50 split front bench seat with fold-down ~ armrest, plus rich shag carpeting, a trunk dress up. The trim is offered in red or gold. Ford Motor Company's popular Car Buying Made 'Easier book has a new look, but the same price tag -.'free. The 1975 version actually is four separate books plus a checklist' for prospective car buyers to itemize their choices before visiting a dealership. ; The previous three editions were single books. ·More than 2.5 million copies have been distributed since the first book debuted in 1971 as ah outgrowth of ..Ford's "Listens Better" program. "Inflation and rising costs have put severe restraints on the car-buying dollar," s a i d John R. ·Bowers, Ford's advertising and marketing programs 'director. "Add to that the supermarket of models and available options, and it underscores the need for prospective car buyers to organize their needs and wants to get the most for their money. ; "WE'VE GONE TO the four-book format to better segment the four key steps in car buying: selecting the right car size, choosing the right pptions, considering ;the best value and deciding the right price. "The book on car value is especially significant in these times and the checklist is a handy tool to help ^ consumers tailor a car to their budget and driving "needs." he added. The four-book package, 116 pages in all, also provides full details on prices and specifications for the 1975 cars sold by Ford and Lincoln-Mercury dealers. It is available free by writing: Ford Motor Co. Listens, P.O. Box 1975, The American Road. Dearborn. Mich. '4S121. Philharmonic touring in '75 NEW Y O R K .¥· - The Ni-w York P h i l h a r m o n i c w i l l make a four-week t o u r of Europe this s u m - mer A cram from the IBM World Trade Corp. will twblt- the orchestra to make the lour to B r i t a i n . B e U i u m . Switzerland. G e r m a n y and France. It w i l l perform in f i v e i n t e r n a t i o n a l f e s t i v a l s d u r i n g A u g u s t a n d Sept e m b e r , i n E d i n b u r g h . B e r l i n . L u c e r n e , t h e F l a n d e r s F e s t i v a l i n Ghent and Brussels and the F e s t i v a l d ' A u t o m n c ::i Paris Exciting Old Fashioned Flavor at Pollys. · 34 Wonderful Pies H . :-.- ; .-. .· :. ; :.... ; ;]··:.":·: ..:· :. :. : * Tasty Sandwiches ·· - " .· 1 y,- 5 exotic Coffees · Soups and salads ' (90 Atlantic, Long Boach 1595465! IM9N. Main, Santa Ana«947-9(81 36 N, Raymond, Fullerton · 52('771 218$ N. Tuilin, Orans«*f37-3WII i,\m ' . . , 9 i Out of condition high school athletes run risk By BRUCE E. HICKS DALLAS (UP1) - A Texas physician believes out of c o n d i t i o n h i g h school athletes run the highest risk of heat stroke and muscle tissue death during summer training. Those with a yen for licorice compound the problem. E x c e s s i v e s w e a t i n g without properly replenishing the body salt, and alcoholic withdrawal can also both cause serious or even fatal muscle d a m age, said Dr. James P. Knochcl of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and Veter- ans Adiiiiiiislraliuii Hospital. "The key to .the whole thing is the loss of potassium," Knochcl said. When potassium is lost in the muscles, the blood flow to the muscles does not increase during exercise and there is not enough oxygen and glucose to feed the tissues, he said. The slow blood flow also does not carry away enough heat from the working muscle and both factors can permanently kill muscle tissue, he said. T R Y I N G to replenish potassium quickly can be just as dangerous, Knoch- cl said, because it can stop the heart. Citrus f r u i t s , bananas, dried fruits such as figs and prunes and meats are good diet items to restore potassium, he said. " W h a t happens," he said in an interview, "is the inexperienced athlete works .out in the summer and he's not in condition. Especially covered with the football gear so his sweat can't evaporate. "The body loses a lot of salt and a hormone is produced telling the kidney to save salt and that, in turn, causes the loss of more potassium through the kidney. It's a vicious cycle." Knochel said glycyr- rhetinic acid which gives licorice its peculiar taste does the same thing; as the natural hormone to the kidney. When an athlete is taking salt tablets to replenish his salt and eating an ounce of licorice a d a y , the problem is compounded. He said no other foods contain the troublesome acid. "What seems to happen to these kids is they all tend to be gung-ho and those who work the hard- est sweat the most and are more likely to have a heat strokft," he said. "You almost never see this in professional athletes because they stay in better shape year around and they "know how to pace tnemselvef ." He said the best way to avoid problems in athletes is go at a slower pace during the first few'weeks of summer training. had no problem. In alcoholics, potassium is lost through vomiting and diarrhea, he said, and is enhanced by improper diet. Alcoholic withdrawal and concurrent convulsions exhaust the body just like heavy axerclse and that stress along with the potassium deficiencies can cause the death of muscle. ;;".. those training in hot weather had severe potassium losses while another group in the same training duringcoolweather MASERU,: K i n g Moshoeshoe-U s annual government;,grant as been increas.-ed.vby §6,220 to $38,610 Jy the National Assembly. at The Treasury Supermarket Get your Best Buy Guide to greater savings at The Treasury Supermarket OFFICIAL U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMP It's the tape total that counts.. .cause that's where the savings showS ?uR|DEIIFTI011 STORE tH BAGGIES TRASH BAGS ^ l O P k . 20-30 Gallon Size Reg. Price 1.05 SAVE 36 Limit I per coupon -- 1 coupon per customei Expires 1/20/75 THE^TREASURY' BETTY CROCKER Complete PANCAKE mm Limit 1 per coupon -- 1 coupon per customer, tupirei GENERAL MILLS 16.5 oz. Box Reg. Price 1.03 Limit 1 per coupon -- I coupon per cuitomer. Expires 1/29/75 f ' ' ' » , NORTHERN COD OR FLOUNDER 1 Lb. pkg. Reg. Price 1.19 Limit 4 per coupon-- 1 coupon per customer. Expire! 1/29/75 (-- z D 0 ct a. CARSON B IH[ IftEASUKY LMEWOOD CARSON at PARAMOUNT OPEN MON.-SAT. 9:30.9:30/SUN. 10-6 i 1

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