Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 65
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ALL 4» The AritoftA Republic Phtotft, tlrars., April 3,1969 The magic of moderation may prevent possible heart attack London Times Service LONDON — The wife who dutifully drives her husband to and from the station may be driving him to an early grave, Dr. A. L. Wingfield says in a British Medical Association booklet published recently. The commuter's daily walk can help prevent coronary thrombosis. By reasonable care younger people can probably prevent this disease, which has increased 6-fold in 20 years, the booklet says. But there is less, in the light of present knowledge, that the older age group can do to avoid coronary thrombosis, according to Wingfield. Fortunately, he adds, they probably care less about avoiding it, for it seems that with advancing years people cease to show anxiety about survival which middle - aged people commonly have. Dr. Trevor Weston, editor of Family Doctor Publications, which produced the booklet, agrees in a foreword that heart attacks are to a large extent preventable. Most of the factors have been identified, and many could be nipped in the bud. The medical advice, in a nutshell, is to be moderate in all things. Apart from the hazards of smoking heavily and eating too much, men — particularly the middle - aged — must watch day - to - day anxieties, which tend to strike men harder than women. They drive the car in a hurry in crowded streets, they do the traditional "man's work": loading the car for a holiday, changing a punctured tire, digging out an old tree. Wives are probably often fitter to undertake this kind of exertion, observes Wingfield. Stresses .and anxieties are not easy to escape, he says, but some, such as avoiding taking office in a society or club, or getting on to a committee, can be restricted or avoided. Exercise in later life, if excessive, is probably a more serious error than too little in earlier years. Every heavy snowfall takes its toll among those who overexert themselves with shovelling, and all really violent activity is equally harmful. The best advice is to take some exercise every day, but after the age of 40, to avoid sudden bouts of severe and strenuous exertion. Republic Photo by Lud Keaton THE WESTERN district British home, one of four maintained by Daughters of the British Empire in the United States, was featured in slides to the Arizona DBE members at the annual state council meeting in the TowneHouse, Saturday. Mrs. R. I. Waddell, Los Angeles, president of the home at Sierra Madre, Calif., was honor guest making the presentation. From left, seated, are Mrs. Fred Wallace, state president and Mrs. Waddell. Standing are past presidents, Mrs. R. F. McGuire, Mrs. James J. Tallon, and Mrs. Michael Swaine. Duke of Windsor A kingdom far her love was his long-range goal By THOMAS A. REEDY Associated Press LONDON - The Duke of Windsor determined two years before he gave up the throne of England that he would marry Mrs. Wallis Warfield Simpson, no matter what the consequences, secret diaries revealed yesterday. ! This was the conclusion the late Viscount Monckton drew in his long and intimate association with the former King Edward VIII. ;. His diaries covering the period of crisis in British royalty leading to Mrs. Simpson's divorce, the king's abdication on Dec. 11, 1936, and subsequent wedding, were made available for a new biography of Monckton by Lord Birkenhead. ; Viscount Monckton, lawyer, Cabinet officer, confidante of the royal family and adviser to the Nizam of Hyderabad and other Indian potentates, recorded: ,—The king, then the Prince of Wales, had made up his mind as long as two years before Mrs. Simpson obtained her preliminary divorce decree that life with her was his only goal. —His brothers, George, who succeeded to the throne, and the Duke of Kent, thought the abdication "mad." —His mother, Queen Mary, said, "To give up all this for that." —Winston Churchill fought a losing battle to convince the king a morganatic marriage would preserve the throne for him and still enable him to have the woman of his choice. In a morganatic marriage between a member of a royal family and a commoner, it is agreed that no children would succeed to royal rank. But the king grew stubborn. Monckton's diaries related: "His private life was to be his own. He would say sometimes that if they were wanting someone exactly reproducing his own father, there was the Duke of York, King George VI. "He felt that he could not go forward to the coronation on May 12, 1937, meaning in his heart to make the marriage whatever happened and, as he felt, deceiving the government and the people into imagining he had dropped the association or at any rate did not intend to marry." Monckton sized up the man who gave up the throne "for the woman I love" in such words: "To him she was the perfect woman. He regarded her as his inspiration. It is a great mistake to assume that he was merely in love with her in the ordinary sense. There was an intellectual companionship and a spiritual comradship. 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