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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THf limUIOOl HUAIO Frhfey, YOUR HOROSCOPE SATURDAY, APRIL 11 kirtMay today: Un- planned change is essentially normal for this year in your life. Be on the alert for de- velopments in your career; >ew methods, different things to do, perhaps a switch to another line of work attogetb- AJUES (March 21 Apr! Take a conservative, ipproack to today's sensible broken- field competition. Present con- ditions are like a weather- aquall, intense but transitory. TAURVS (April May Accept your own mood and that of others as wittu the range of normality. GEMINI (May 21 June No magic is working you have to do whatever is done. Old issues again come to the surface fof another effort at resolution. CANCER (June 21 July Conflicting factors today can be amusing or difficult, according to how sound your own devel- opment is. LEO (July 23 Q Mr son has psoriasis.1 Tfhat causes it? Can it be cured? A The exact cause Is un- known but a hereditary factor nay be present and a high blood cholesterol level predis- poses to this disease. Nervous tension may also be a factor but this may be a result rather than the cause. Tbe disease is chronic and cannot be cured but it can often be controlled. A mild tar oint- followed by direct THE DOCTOR'S MA1LBAG Psoriasis Controllable But Is Not Curable By WAYNE G. BRANDSIADT, M.D. Writtea Eiterprisei AM. ported from England.'After the lesions have been cleared up wift a coal tar product, the vic- tim, two nights a week, appbes a paste containing small amounts of salicylic acid and Older people ask some good the time to lis- ten, so later tfae follow-up will not surprise you. Major busi- ness movec are not favored to- day. TOGO (Aug. 2J Sept. The main it in staying on the job, near home. People and news from distant places are of no particular brip at the moment UBRA (Sept 53 Oct Short term business matters promise to be lively. Long-term contracts entered now turn out later to be limiting, inflexible. Emotional ties suffer mo- mentary stress but should hold well. SCORPIO (Oct 23 Nov. Have the wisdom to proceed slowly with all the important moves you must make wait. Allow time for people to "ecbeck their facts, get- ovei heir moods. anthraHa, at bedtime, skin areas where the By Jeaue Dixon SAGITTARIUS (Nor. B-Dec. Moderate your of physical energy to remain resh for livelier occasion yet come. CAPRICORN (Dee. a -Jan. Even if you must let de- taiii go unBupervised, (et busy and cold) up with neglected ae- ivilies or routines. AQUARIUS (Jan. M Feb. Turn your attention to your own assets, property, and achievements. Some of the things you have skipped are available now for contractive uses. PISCES (Feb. IMIareb Be as tactful at you can, but exclude all those who really have no place in your view of life as you would to live it. You plans will work much bet- ter if you keep them confiden- tial for now. Newrfjy, IK. CaJIPUf Larry Lraal jure to the sun's i-ays or a sun- Ump, is usually helpful. A new highly refined tar ointment that also contains a 1 1 a n tote Alph- Gel) is colorless and is l by many. Skin creams that contain drugs of the cortisone group help many victims if, after ap- plying the cream, they cover the area with a plastic wrap- ping (Sana Wrap or Handi If a vitamin A defici- ency exists, taking this vitamin ahouU help but, in the absence of such a deficiency, it should got be taken. A. bland ointment Incorpor- vitamin A for local ap- plication can be taken by any- one and has a beneficial efl ed long its use is continued. A new treatment has been re- to the _______ lesions used to be.'This ointment must not be used near the eyes. A paste containing ammoniatet mercury and salicylic acid has also helped many victims. Q Are taigas aad ptKiasis the same? 'i: A No, but saKcync acid omtments are used in the treat- ment of both. Some authorities have believed that a fungus was the cause of psoriasis but this has never been proved and experimental'attempts to trans- mit the disease from one per- son to another have failed. Q _ HOW effective is mietto- trexate in the control of psoria- is? A This powerful drug B used only in the severest cases with lesions covering the whole body. The drug may cause mouth ulcers', nausea and cirr- hosis of the liver unless used under careful medical supervi-' Q WoaM drbkiag aleoM aggravate psoriasis? Is it ever fatal? A No, to both question. School Ombudsman System For Drug Users Urged Oat REGINA (CP) School sys- tems should establish an om- budsman system to help reha- bilitate' young drug users, the LeDain inquiry into the non- medical use of drugs was told today. Each school should, have an ombudsman with whom stu- dents could discuss drug prob- lems without fear of the law, said Dr. Sol Cohen, a Regina psychiatrist. A student seeking help would be offered a contract under which he and his parents would agree to a program of therapy. Dr. Cohen, a director of the recently-formed New Ap- proaches to Drug Abuse organi- zation in Regina, said the stu- dent and his parents would at- tend weekly counselling ses- sions. Length of the therapy would depend on the youth's willingness to continue. Dr. Cohen said marijuana should be redassified between alcohol and amphetamines. GOREN ON BRIDGE OUKU3 R. COHEN ran TrttaM Nora-South nbenfefe 1 1 WEST Vlttt BAST .411111 UQIT MCIB INT 41 6A72 4AIS bidding: Swtk Wrtt Pan INT Pax Fax Opabg letd: North has It Mgh ord fHata which la toctofeaDy antahtrt of tot nuuirenentf far dawtly ta afac vincc etBroy be tend eq Noctti pro- Us bokEsg iSgbtly atoct bt bad muy top eoartbpta teee teat Hai cow WM re- Vlltl Scodl gtW 4W ___ oc the only lead to dnp a trick Immediately, tie final Westwuatakaitonoda MMaetay lead against the aiam and finally, bi the that wn the least evib, htjetected the fire of test from to longest unit. AMn ft waf beea> tbs smv M what 'at played, lor dtdarer caa ahrayi masagc tte dia- to tabi bea trickiaitbearit. Nbrm't iflmanli woa tte-flnt trieL K ap- peared mat Wot bad a atoppar h the bat jot ta make certain, dcdanr led a diamond from dBmoT ha ace. Wbea Eaat dtoanfcd a dob, IRK He BOW bad It trtcka off tap .with cfaaoce to a fflh J ebte were utideiL Then wen aiVlllliiBrl pects invoiViBg A aijoeeie OQ one or both of the On order to let op the desired cad posttin bowertr, trick Bait be prea ap feat, and Sooth aefected the heart fortnewocearioa. Be eaitaed the Wag at bearts at- nick uirw ant wotiaoed with a small heart, potting b the tea from damny. wat b tlw qotea at bearta and ha Kuiacd the aiit daDny'j ace. Soitt 'BOW played North's king ef diamonds. East had oaiy Mack cards left and, whether be threw a or a dob, be would have to tuiiemlei his protec- In that nit and present declarer with.hit 12th trick. Holiday Bill Headed For Commons Penalties for possession of mar- ijuana should be reduced. NOT MAIN ABUSERS Young people, he said, are not the major source of the non- medical use of drugs. "When adults UM amphetam- ines and diet pins it's called kids use it it's called speed." Alcohol has generated more social problems than all drugs put together, be told the six- member commission estab- lished by govern- ment in May, 1963. t A young man who said be started using marijuana two months ago asked 'numbers bow they can judge whether marijuana should be legalized until they have tried it. Experi- enced marijuana users should x enlisted to teaca young peo- ple how to use marijuana in moderation. BKK1LE BAILEY-B? Walker U'L ABKEB-By At Calf OTTAWA (CP) To the ap- parent surprise of many of its members the Commons justice committee Thursday approver a bill changing the name of Do- minion day to Confederation Day. Tbe committee met to rote on a private bin proposed b; James Brown whic would have substituted Canada Day for Dominion Day. But amid a burst rf astonish- ed laughter, the.committee vot- ed 7 o 6 in favor of an amend- ment which replaced the words Canada Day by Confederation Day. The amendment was pro- posed by Douglas Hogarth New Committee Chairman Donald Tplmie (L-Weflimd) said the biD is unlikely to come before the House of Commons for an- other month, allowing Canadi- ans to make their views known on the proposal. A second amendment to Mr. Brown's bin, suggested by Mark MacGiigan (L-Windaor-Walk- said the Confederation Day holiday would be observed July 1. Tbe amendment was passed. Under Mr. Brown's bin, Con- federation Day would be July 1 but would be observed as a legal holiday on the'first Mon- day of July. Handicapped Allowed To Earn More VANCOUVER (CP) Wel- fare Minister Phil Gagfccdi an- nounced here that British Col- umbia B increasing the allow-' earrings for handicapped person receiving government lie said such persons now win be allowed to earn up to flOQ a month without deduction from provincial benefits. Prev- iously, earnings- above (30 monthly were deductible. Tbe minfeter said the move mode to increase incen- tives among, persons receiving assistance. The aooouDcemeat brings al- lowable earnings for handicap- ped persons in line with deduc- Scra allowed recipients of wet- tare benefits, which were in- creased to the same level ear- lier ibis year. ABCHTE-By M UniversHy Of Lethbrklge CONCERT SERIES SEASON) THE UNrVtKITY Of IFTHMIDCE CHOIK ACCOMPANIST lOUISi CHAPMAN CONDUCTOR LIICIEN NETOHAM ASSRT! 0 1Y KATHLEEN HCX.T COKDON HADfORD JOANNE PftlTCHARD LINDA SCHMCH.D Admission; Adults At-Leisten' Musit limited Univertiry General Office YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Wed., April 15, 1970 p.m. THE ONE WITH THa PRETTV LESS? ONE WAS ON FILING CLERICAL WORK'.... OTHER COULD I UWICH TYPE eismy; ONE A Vpio we MINUTE' HIRE? rHt THBM foaorrtcs D AND UKS-By Dk Bmn> Pay Increase Requested For Lt-Govemors OTTAWA (CP) -'It's "a lost cause" for provincial lieuten- ant-governors to perform their duties adeoiiately on the salary they receive from the federal government, a Commons com- mittee was told here. Joseph-Philippe Guay Boniface) said the salary re- ceived by the majority of beu- tenant-governors across Canada It not enough to meet their re- quirements. was speaking during a disoisjion of 1970-71 estimates o( operating enpemes for the offices of the Governor- General and lieutenant-gover- nors. Tbe office of the Queen's rep- resentative in the provinces is allocated a year, with the exception of Ontario and Quebec, which receive and Prince Edward Island, which receives SHOKT freak O'Neal JWDUUWC BWSO. CROSJWS-' BUGS BUNNY Navy League Week Will Be Celebrated OTTAWA (CP) The Navy League of Canada announced today it will I celebrate Navy league April 27 to May 3, Battle of Atlantic Sunday. The league operates 292 Sea Cadet, Navy League Cadet an! Wremtte Corps In 181 cities and town. TH' BOSS SAID WE HAP r FINISH THIS SCAFHXOIW sy NOON, OK WE'P BOTH BE rlW YOU ARC A HEARTLESS TASKMASTER! ;