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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THf UTHMIDM HBAID Afrit 7, YOUR HOROSCOPE WEDNESDAY, APRIL I YMT UrtUay May: Yott are promised lie dunce to your progress ud prosperity in UK cermag year. Early risbg habits are easier to ndtivate and JOB hare more energy mOable to pursue your productive ARIES (lUrd) a Aprfl Your mood is apt to be abrapt ight entertainment TAUW8 (April M of pace, caa he ad- today a dear orraaoa oi if yon sidettep Beedest oataral be siga. Just may strike others. sound day's work, tan Breath Tests Case Goes Directly To High Court hiekeriag. Use your extra ener- K (y hr exptoratioB W 4 8CW VJiJTl OK GOONI (May II Jane Let yesterday's atae; start fresh, behave M if everything has ben going very Any critical has more bite in it than you in- tend.. CANCXE (June 21 July Everybody to have his owm pet scheme today and a place ii H far you to turn the vfaMfc. Keep both your com- posure and a little dfatanee- natten improve to the later By Jeane Dhcon Today money agate comet IB !or an inordinate share o( attention. ItetouroM of lor wbjcb you oany nanaMibil- ity are the centre of concern. SCORPIO (Oct Nov. Continued tact and patience'are reoxnred tin very worth the effort particularly among kong-time SACnTAXIUS (Nn. TenH strictly to jar own work and your own personal af- Mrs; keep tut of other peonies' controversy. CAPRICORN (Dee. B Jm. Early emotional rtitamu settle down as tne progress- es if you will lemetnbei that such nutters are aB pasting phases now. News from people in places promises to be LEO (Joly favorable. AQUARIUS (Ja Feb. OTTAWA (CP) Justice John Turner said Monday the government had de-tided to refer the question of the validity of breath. tests directly to the Supreme Court of Canada to save time in cUrify-iag the law. la a statement to the Com-mons, Mr. Turner said that rather than following the ordi-narv anneal route, the matter will be referred directly to the highest court so that "a substantial amount of court time throughout the country be taken op with aeedlest irgumeat The section of the Criminal Code making breath analysis ects compulsory was. nro-daimed in December. Its ttatoi had been in doubt since last week when a British Columbia iopreme Court judge ruled me law aneonsritutional. The B.C. attorney general's department announced Friday it would appeal the judge's mHng o the Supreme Court of Canada. Mr. Turner said Tuesday that the required order in council would be filed with the Supreme Court "within the next few days." He said the Criminal Code amendment which make it a criminal offence to refuse to take a breath tett WM TOT OWB way u not aariyjo important as you feel Mr. Cfaannel Ifae extra UJCIKJ Eto etoonaf.tfl the most ne-gkcted of yor projects. VIRGO (Ang. 23 Sept Try-to leave off actual handling of .detaDc and step back fa- a better perspective. LIBRA (Sept Oct THE DOC Remov. Nonna IA "V'W WATN1 Written Q My sister JW Infant Doing Well KINGSTON, Ont (CP) An Infant girl taken forcibly from Kingston General Hospital early hst Thursday is in good health, a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses says. WiDiam McMillan, assistant overseer of the Kingston congregation of the Jehovah's Witnesses, said in an internes today the six-day-oW girl is "doing -wen." He did not dfc-dose the infant's whereabouts. The giri was removed from (he hospital by her mother, Lyme Dewaal, and severs oUw persons. Doctors said at the time the child needed a Mood transfusion to avoid possi bie death or brain damage Witnesses beBeve blood transfusions are LSJUUJT to biblican teachings. Mrs. Dewaal, now divorced bad refused the transfusion Bat, the baby was brought to the hospital last week by the Lanark County Children's Aid Society from Smiths Falls, 0) mUm northeast of here. attack the growing "problem of death and injury on the resulting from persons riving motor vehicles after laving consumed excessive aimmnh of alcohol" The legisitfon had berried revision for appioved containers so accused persons could tave independent tests made. Mr. Turner said the Bouse was told at the time that approved containers were not available, but that the legislation would be proclaimed J im.. Od spleen was removed many yean ago. That helped at first, then the trouble came back. Now, after taking cortisone for several years, she is the victim of its side effects. What can be done for .her? A In this disease bleeding occurs under the skn with little or no trauma. In most persons whose porpura is not controlled by cortisone or removal of the spleen, axathioprin a pteaciitXiju drug, has 0 Restore S TORONTO (CP) Men made sterile by. kidney disease often their aex drive and ftrtfl-ty restored by Implants, hree doctors say. In a Canadian Medical Asso-dahon Journal report. Dr. A. G. Phadke, Dr K I. ex Drive Hospital on patients with we-nia, a condition caosed by kidney failure, the doctors say eight are having their blood cleaned by artificial kidney nacbmn and 11 have bat ranspbots. In a telephone interview Monday, Dr. MacKinnon said the three who fathered children were between 25 and 35 years ol age. The first received to transplant almost six yean age and is Montreal's longest sur-Fiviag .kidney trantptaut pa-xoC. The doctors say that all patients with uremia snowed little sex drive and most bad stoppec having -intercourse as tbeii sperm was abnormal. On the otber hand, sexual per fcnnance in afl but one trans pbot patient was normal. Dr. MacKinnon said set drives of female patients als of six persons were faun Monday in an overturned true partly submerged ia a lake 12 rnfles south of here. The three adults two children and a were drowned Sunday night when the small true which they were driving le highway 14 at the hamlet of Vaugban and landed on its roof fcthelaie. Reported dead were Keith Harvey Baker, 41; Myert Car man Redden, 37; Manson Car man Redden, 4; Calvin Myer Redden, 8; Annie Mae Redden 19, and Catherine Eliiabeti Chorch, an of New Ross, N.S. RCMP said the driver of the track apparently missed road turooff and tempted to make a U-turn on the main road. The vehicle went nrt of control and flipped over into Murphy's Dr. J. B. Doneter say that at least three men who received new kidneys have since fathered cnUdren. Describing" studies conducted at Montreal's Royal Deaths Ques Found CONDON (Reuters) Doctors have found new chies which could save the lives of thousands of babies who die without apparent reason, The London Times reports. The paper's medical correspondent, Dr. AEred Byrne says an inquiry into "cot-death" babies bad found that electrical conducting tissues in the heart started to mature only y birth and so might function er raticaHy in the first months ol life. The trivial ailments of infancy might therefore cause deadly disorders of the heart's rhythm in the crucial months. Byrne says it is hoped that etectnMardiographic studies ol normal and sick babies' hearts will snow the conduction effects and point out which babies are in dar.yer of sudden death. The investigation involved IK babies who died mysteriously in Northern C BV CHARLES H. GOREN Hint: trmCHcwTMlMI North-San th vulnerable. South deals. NORW er of drugs the suHona- n i d e s, streptomycin, ouins Tine, pyrimethBinxne, trime- the tran- guiMxers, tripelennamine, potas- sium chlorate, digitbim, gol salts, pbenyibntaione, cokte- cine and many otters. The only effective treabnent is to fire ind csniinRte the or- otfae aBergen Wtat caues red spots to appear afl over my A A few scattered spo may be seen in persons who are over 40 and are in gopc health. They are of noi sig njficance. Yon should, however biave an examination to rule ou C .deficiency, anem or uiapuia caused by takn any of the drugs listed above. Q Has medical scJen found a way to build up mus- cles that have become atro pond toBowing potiomyeStis? A-Musdes weakend by ed in as good condttkm as pos- sible throughout the course the disease. Because the extent of the damage varies widely the results cannot be predktei but physiotherapy should be continued for at least two years 4 What' are Mylicon aad Chardonoa given for? A Mylicon, a defoammg agent, reduces the amount gas in the intestines. Cterdoo- na, a combination of phenobar bital, extract of belladonna and activated charcoal, has a lar action but, if taken regular ly, may be habit forming. Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checksltch Exciusire healing snVstmra proven to shrink repair ttmtgtt tissut. A reoowiKd restaich insliiute has fo'jni a unique healing sub- tttncz wilh the abiKly to shrink hemorrhoids II re- litres itching and discomfort in minutes and speeds up healing of the injured, inflamed tissues. One hemorrhoidal case his- tory after another reported "very striving improvement." was promptly and gently relieved... actual reduction or retraclion (shrinking) took place. And most improvement was maintained m eases where clinical observations were continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were made on patients with a wide variety of htmorrhoidal condi- tions. All this was accomplished wilh a healing (Bio. Dyne) which quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates growth of new I issue. Bio-Dyne is offered in ointment and supposi- tory form called Preparation H. In addition lo actually shrink- ing hemorrhoids, Preparation H lubricates and makes elimina- tion less pai nful. It helps prevent infeciion which is a suted cause of hemorrhoids. Just ask your druggist for Preparation H Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment (with a special Satisfaction or your money refunded. mmmn CQ.C The bidding: Nnrtli 1V 44 5 ce of diamonds together with one tridt from partner-would be sufficient to defeat the op- ponents. West opened the ting of toadts and 'East began a high-low by playing the West continued with the queen, North ruffed with the four of hearts ind East fol- lowed with the live of tpades, U mpeared to South tint his. right hind opponent must hold all of the missing trumps to have any signs of a double, in which case it would be quite a task to do East out of a heart trick. As an initial step, declarer led the seven of hearts from dummy. East covered with the eight, South, put up the jack and West showed out. The queen of diamonds was led. East played the ace and returned, a club which was won in dummy wiUi the king. The king of diamonds was cashed and a small diamond ruffed in the closed hand with the three of hearts a< both opponents followed suit. Next came the ace of clubs and the jack which was overtaken by North's king to produce the following four card position: NORTH 44 WEST EAST VlOJt SOUTH 43 A diamond wai led from dummy and in order la prevent declarer from scor- ing a cheap overruff, East trumped in with the nine of hearts. South lopped this with the queen and then led JJcK of spades, trumping in du-mmy with the ace of hearts as East helplessly underrated with the deuce. On the diamond return, East'i 10-5 of heartj were trapped under K-S, and the apparently sure trump trick had vuiibed iato tola. air. AHPUt CLAITEB-ay Urry Uwta BEETLE BAlLEY-Bj Mort Wafer UX Al Capp ...SPENDS SO MUCH TIW6 AT 7HBR DSSK? MAT'S VVHV I GET MC5RE J ,__ .J L BI AND LOIS-By Dik NOTE SO HE WOtfr MAC I JUSTR3R AMNUTE, ROPNEV. N THE TUB. SHORT RIBS-Sy Fnkk O'Neal MXOKKT2 1rlfS, JWN1 SKIRTS ARE OH BUGS BUNNY TRyiW T MONEY BY DON' SOME O7 TH' WORK YERSELF, HSY. ELMER? ;