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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THt UTHSSIDOE 37, 1770 YOUR HOROSCOPE TUESDAY. 28 Yoiir birthday today: Strive lo consolidate your gains of recent vears. Your needs can probably all be met within a fairly close lange if you have the luck to be in the right place. you must reach too far for some of :hem, reloca- tion or a dramatic improve- ment of Ihc local scene may- be in order now. ARIES (March 51 April Your good ideas fad a very narrow market perhaps just one among the people you know who have any authority carry- ing weight. TAURUS (April 20 May Today conl'uiues UK heav i e r going of yesterday, with the dif- ference that now you do get someivhcre, and soundly, with reasonable effort. GEMIN'I (.Vay 21 Older people get in the way. Conditions left over from long ago are still bothering you aorj others. CANCER (June 21 July Due care with group efforts LEO (July 23 Aug. Spend the day settling issues and ending bothersome uncer- aintks on all sides. After these mailers are out of the road you are free to have a good time should bring reasonably results today. good with those you care about. VIRGO 2J Any expression of annoyance you permit yourself today will plague you later. LIBRA Oct. THE WELL CHILD Use Safety Precautions When Transporting Child By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written Ktviffftr Ettarriitt If more children had been protected by properly designed restraints, many of the nearly who died in auto accidents in 1969 would have lived. Dr. Frederic D. Burg ard his eo- workers recommended that chil- dren from birth to 12 pounds (about 3 months of age) be transported in a rear-seat bas- sinet. This should be set paral- lel to the tag axis of the car with the infant b a feet-for- ward position. A properly con- structed infant carrier may be used in the front seat in a sim- ilar irkJMWr Children bun U to 44 pounds should be placed in a properly constructed harness or Anti-Cancer Drug Tests Rejected r e a r-seat safeV toddler seat an' OTTAWA (CP) A drug which United Staffs authorities have authorized for human test- ing against cancer was turned Alta.-Sask. Union Pltm Most Likely PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. (CP) Ed Nassertten, leader of the Saskatchewan Progres- sive Conservative says that any union of western prov- inces will likely be between Sas- katchewan and Alberta. He said the two provinces have a greater community of in- terests than either Manitoba or British Columbia. Mr. Nasserden, a former member of parliament, said he does not favor westers separa- tism but a union of western provinces is desirable. He said in an interview that he is in favor of stronger provincial sta- tus. Two reasons favoring union between Alberta and Saskatch- ewan were pollution control ant attracting industries. HIGHEST JOBLESS RATE LONDON (Reuters) The unemployment level in Britain as of April 13 was the highest April figure since 1948 own by Canadian authorities or the same purpose about a ear ago, it was learned here. The drug is amygdalin and he application for clinical trials Canada was made by Mc- lughton Foundation of Sausal- to, Calif., more than a year ago, under the drug's proprie- ary name, Laetrile. Authorization for the U.S. tri- als was given to the foundation after it filed an application last April 6. Dr. Jeffrey Bishop, head of he Canadian food and drug di- rectorate's bureau of drug advi- sory services, said that when McNaugbtan sought authori- zation for clinical trials in this country, the Canadian author- ities advised the applicants that more information was needed. PROOF .WAS LACKING "We indicated to the Founda- tion more than a year ago that the experimental animal data did not demonstrate any spe- cific anti tumor activity." Dr. Bishop said. We have not-yet re- ceived a reply to our letter writ- ten more than i year ago." Dr. Bishop said that as a con- sequence the sale of the drug in Canada for clinic trials or any other human use is prohibited by law. In the U.S., the drag is listed by the American Cancer Soci- ety as "unproven" and says U has found no objective evidence of benefit from H. Its support- ers, however, claim great bene- fit to cancer patients. those from 25 (about 15 months of age) to 50 pounds should be placed in i child's safety seat The shield type of seat design Rives snwrior protection but i has the psychological disad vantage of Uniting the child's Geld of viskn. Children weighing more thai 50 pounds (about 6 years o age) should use the adult lap belt and, when their height ex ceeds 55 inches, the adult shoul der harness should also be used Oar t-m.iith-.lil bah) has Misters on her bu'iocks Nothing we have tried has help- ed. What could be toe cause and what treatment do you advise A If the blisters are more than a haH-inch in diameter your daughter may have a form of pemphigus or epidermolys: bullosa and had best be trea ed by a skin specialist. Smalta blisters localized in one are would suggest a contact derau titis due to as allergy to some- thing touching the affected skin A series of patch tests shoul help to identify the irritant fabric, soap, powder or oil. Q Last August my dang ter, six, was found to have allergy and was given desen siUzing shots. Since then si has an urjcontroUabre blinking of her eyes and movement her hands. Could this be caused by the allergy? A Tics or habit spasms are more likely to be caused b an emotional disturbance this case possbry fear or t needle, reinforced by an over protective.attitude on part. Haloperidol (Haldo might help but more importer is a relaxed atmosphere. Abov all, don't call the chad's atten- tion to her tic nor admonis her for it. Jeane Dixon >eculalion and the advice ol wrs are faulty. Rely on your work and intuition rather ton anybody else's. SCORPIO (Oct a wmeslic affairs provide just enough nuisance, just enough oncern to provoke you into do- ing a rather full review of all urrent programs. SAGITTARIUS Your work piles up into rwOimg more serious. Past lerformance brings a brief commendation but then is rele- ated to normal volume. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Ju. Trading, buying, selling all have rough going now. AQUARIUS (Ju. M Ftk. Nothing goes easily today, xit it's ail worth the effort of ushing forward on an fronts. PISCES U Whatever you can do that takes minimum of close co-opera- tion is likely the better course today. .Collect yourself and your energy and try to organize your CAMPUS ClATTEB-Cjr Urrj Lew affairs in compact forms .asy control Newsday, IM. for cue Blair Talks On Mental Health RED DEER (CP) Inter- vention in the home, it school and on a community level is the first'and most important step in the early detection and treatment of menial illness, Dr. W. R. N. Blair of Calgary said here. Dr. Blair, head of the depart- ment of psychology at the Uni- versity of Calgary and author of the Blair Report on Mental Health in Alberta, was speak- ing to the annual conference of the guidance council of the Al- berta Teachers' Association. "Teachers are an important part of the front line against menial illness, in the early iden- tification of problems, listening to students, giving them indivi- dual attention." He told 140 delegates mental health is the proper business of several professions and there is a great need for the- participa- tion of Don prDfessuaals in dealing with mental illness. "The efforts of the family physician in treating mental illness should be supplemented by co-operation among teach- ers, counsellors and members of the community working in- dividually and together." BEETLE BAILJEY-By Mart Walker ANP BEETIE IS SOlNP ASIE6P U'L ABNER-By Al Capp Films On Drug Abuse Planned GOREN ON BRIDGE B7 CHARLES H. GOREN te Tm: ir n> atan Titai ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. I- Both vulnerable, is South you -hold: HIS G32 bidding has proceeded: West North South 1 4 DMc. past i o-jr actlcn rely beer taken nr.der pressure. We vcuh Tiot eonllder-lt tvA pricllee to taken cut- of the picture. Q. vulnerable, South you hold: OS2 The bidding bas proceeded South West North EM PasJ Pas 29 2 A Pai Pass 44 I'M What do you bid r.ow? rc-jr Thli it pre. 'rab> to reluming to ipide his alreidy- murlllne that you four ipidei, ar. you ihiuld illoir for Ihe pot- that hi! two ipido bl wit of in nlur If apide wji o the Itvet ind he liar. he can relura la t'lttr The bidding hat proceeded: Nrtk Wnt Nertk 4 Pail 3 0 Pass Tvro documentary, films aimed teen-age drug abuse win be produced in Alberta this sum- mer, Education Minister Rob- What is your response? Plata old lasrrionM i two spades li elearrf rndk eattd. The possession of a f If Chi aside should not you lo any drastic action, like a leap to four spades, for which :here it no ml occasion.' This a m mediocre hand and natura should be permitted to take Its coum, Q. 7-Aj South, vulnerable, you hold: OA The bidding has proceeded: Sooth West North Eist Tttt Z a> 3 Fast 7 What yon bid now? tin splendid fit nso> HtsMitlKi, slcht rmst not lost flf slam possibilities, de- spite the .fact that you have AnTr two hl'h coiis. Tcs proper call li four diamonds, denoting' pos- session of the ace. If partner merely returns to four yoa mar decide qait but. It he mates so hoM as lo stow tha ace of clubs, failure on yo-jr part to bid a ilan would betray a llraU streak of huge Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded; Kortd East SMla I I NT What do you bid? aliotild doablB for penalties. Tf partner's hand Is um-jitiHe he netd rot stand for double. Tvert If he has a nedlocre liand count- ing only IS points, nlro Ihe folal lo at least 32, which is more points than Ma mmltf, Car Insurance Agenls Picket NDP Premier WINNIPEG (CP) Manitoba premier Ed Schreyer toM a New' Democratic Party banquet here that bis government "will go to the people" if defeated on the proposed auto insurance program. He said the issue-which broupjit 100 insurance agents out to picket the Centennial Auditorium where Schreyer was reading poetry "wjn't neces- sarily cause an election." The premier said his admin- istration is looking at a govern- ment, no fault auto insurance scheme" but not under the ex- clusion of the private sector." The government's auto insur- ance committee tabled a repor in the legislature recently rec omrr.endirig a government ad ministered plan of compuls o r; basic, auto insurance. Spaceman Still Free Of Meuslcs HOUSTON (AP) The ma who was taken off the Apollo I moon flight because of an expo- sure to the German measles never came down with the dis ease, doctors said Saturday. Thomas K. Mallingly, tli prime command module pilot o Apollo 13, was forced off th flight R day before launch be- cause he was exposed lo fh German measles by a backu crew member. In lha three weeks since, doc tors had been expecting the 34 year-old astronaut to break on in a rash. The 21-day incubalio period ended Friday and the as Ironaul still is healthy and me slcs-frec. THE INSTANT THIS IS REMOVED-SHE'LL ABCHIE-Bj M ItaUu ert Clark announced here. Caoawest-Maeter Films Ltd. 1 Calgary will produce a 16- mllimetre color film for junior igh school audiences and In- ight Film Productions of Ed- monton will prepare a IS-milli- metre color film for senior igh school and adult au- diences. Mr. Clark said the two films, costing a total of nit will be completed by August They will be'used in schools, a c c o m paried by curriculum materials and guided classroom Bscussicm. The films will also be avail- able for public showings and nssibly for use on television, department decided to sponsor the films after review- ing films from other sources. "These didn't apply to the Al- wrta situation in the way we' Wnk they Mr. Clark said, adding that Ontario also is preparing its own films for similar reasons. John Barr, special assistant io Mr. Clark arid a member of a committee which heard pres- entations from several private film producers, said films from Ihe United States often concen- trated on the drug problem in metropolitan ghettos. Alberta sfudenls couldn't identify with the problems shown in those films. The film for j u r i o r high school stuilcnls will be ahout 15 lo 20 minutes in length and will use real situations across the province. H will try lo raise critical questions about reasons for taking drugs, Mr. Clark said. The film for senior high school audiences will cost about Ihe low cost being largely due lo the commitment and idealism ot a young group of Edmonlon film producers and because no sets or actors will be used. The producers plan lo live wilh and follow an Edmonlon instrumental group, Every- man's Tonto, on a tour of the province and to film the band mcmbcis talking lo young peo- ple about drug use. The mes- sage In the 28-mimitc film will be "drugs don't work and 1 can toll you because I've (rice them." DON'T BE SllLY.' V THEV DON'T eXPCL FOR THE HESUCTS, -OF AN APrrrUDE TESTY 'WHAT DID THETESTS SHOW HE HAD AN APTITUDE TOWARD? m AND LOlS-By Dik SHORT Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY CICERO'S VIOUN LESSOM SHOULD BZ I ABOUT FINISHEPJ WELL, PERFESSOR, HOW IS CICERO COM1N6 ALON6 WITH HIS MUSIC 1 BOO HOO... BAWL! HE TENDS TO GET HEW EMOTIONAL AT TI.VtESJ ;