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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Your Horoscope JEANE MXON WEDNESDAY, APUL M I bMhtoy May: TV coming year 1> one of experi- ment, mostly successful con- cerning finer poiati of your regular chosen activities. Next year comes the applica- tion of tie remits, responsibility tad the power that goes with it For the pres- ent many interesting and pro- ductive surprises are shaping (V, including some in per- sonalities and emotional com- mitments. ARIES (Murk 21 April You are now free to let up a bit oa the constant pressure-ami get enjoyiaent out of your work instead. TAURUS (April a May You are your own sternest su- pervisor today. Push yourself a little more to get a realty satisfying amount done. GEMINI (May a Jut Hake more detailed plans for a longer range future. Correspon- dence is at hand awaiting your attention. v CANCER (Jne 21 You are likely to find your- self low in energy. This is easy enough to correct if you win re- member how much depends on and what you stand to achieve by doing the work right the first time. LEO (Jily 23 Atg. Your willingness to cooperate turns out to be the most important factor today. VUtGO 23 Sept. on with a clearance project; get all Deflected and afuMd matters set to righls. UBJtA (Sept 23 Oet Family connections take some of your attention oa this quiet but highly productive day. Bud- jet your time so as not to waste a minute. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Preparatory 'to a coming change of policy, put forth con sistent drive to resolve old is- sues in your regular work. Family affairs are increasingly important to attend this week, so get on with whatever is' needed. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec. You are somewhat freer to concentrate on what you would like most to do. Marti r fails readily into place where nothing quite fitted be- fore. CAPRICORN (Dee. 21 Collect all you can of what- ever is due you and add it to your savings accounts.' Straigh- ten oat any recent errors. AQUARIUS (Jai. Feb. Private concerns should be explained to nobody. Just al- THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Chickenpox Virus Cause of Shingles By WAYNE G. BKANDSTADT, M.D. Written for 4 Wkal causes What are the usual symptans? Will they leave scars? What IreEtmer.t is best? A Shingles, or herpes ios- ter, is Ciused by the chickeo- pcx virus. According to the pre- to them quietly and thor- oughly. PISCES 1> March Welcome a duU day in which you can finally dear away various matters in proper or- der. mi, Newsiay, be. Low-Cost Housing Project By CHMC Given Green Light OTTAWA Central Bousing and Mortgage Corp. has been told to proceed with negotiations for low-cost noos- ing projects that would provide MOO dwelling units and 200 hos- tel beds in 10 cities, Robert An- dras, minister without portfolio, amuumtU in the Commons today. Mr. Andras, responsftle for said in a statement that of a CHHC reserve will be put into the 15 projects. "I haw instructed officials to finahze discussions with an pot- able be said. The projects would provide J.800 units in Toronto, in Montreal, 300 each in Vancou- ver and Hull, Que., 200 in Cal- gary, 190 1n Hoocton, N.B., a in Hattttx, and each in Re- gina, Kitchener, Out, and St. Jobn'i, NOd. SECOND STAGE PLANNED Mr. Andnu said this win be "the first phase" of a program to provide "good clean bousing for families with incomes in the range of to a year by the end of He hoped to announce the second stage be- fore Parliament's recess i pected to start in June. The is part set aside from CMHCTs budget while ef- forts were mde to find effec- tive ways to house low-income famines. "The reaction this proposal has received from municipal! ties and provinces and espe- cially from me builders h been most encouraging and 1 believe has justified our hope a two months Mr. Andras said. The number of p r o po s al s prompted formaSon.of a special group of senior CMHC officials to evaluate them. "Proposals varied from mu- nicipal offers to convey land to derekiueis at cost of servicing to amendments in zoning regu- lations and bylaws to permit higher densities, to a provincial offer from Alberta to provide the builder with a two-per-cent interest rebate oniNational Bousing Act. loan under this program, to various buildinf eliminate imnec Benson Tax Plan Wins upport OTTAWA (CP) A promi- aent United States economist tails Finance" Minister Edgar "Benson's proposal to tax the oper profits of investors in ndely-held Canadian corpora- ions every .five years, and says might set a pattern for other mniries to follow. Carl S. Sboup, Columbia Uni- ersity professor of economics nd author of several books on ublic finance, says the five- ar Ux plan might well be ap- ed in Canada to a wider as- sortment of capital gains, and opted in the US. on a two- or 'iree-year basis. His article appears in the cur- issue of the Canadian Tax oumal, published by the Cana- an Tax Foundation: As "daring and far-sighted1 the Carter royal commissian taxation was in recommend- ing sweeping reform of Cana- dian tax law in 1966, Mr. Sboup ys, it stopped short of recom ending that accrued or unreal- -ed capital gains should be axed. Mr. Bensoa proposed ft n his taxation white paper, re- eased last November and i wing studied by Commons ant Senate committees. "ff'this accrual proposal adopted in if works, as it probably win- countries like the United States will take notice. And if such countries conclude, as I suspec they wiH, that their own income laws can be immensely sim- lified by adoption of accrual iccounfing far-capital gains ant osses the consequences will be far-reaching indeed." Under the white paper propos- 1s, Canadian taxpayers will be expected to include as income or tax .purposes the paper profits they have on shares in iridely-held Canadian corpora ons every five years, valued end of the month in which hey celebrate a birthday divisi le by five. frills and provide higher densities without a dehumaniz- ing over-concentration of units.1 U of M Campus Paper Making Name For Itself MISSOULA, Mont. hte many of their counter- parts on campuses throughout the country, University of Moo- tenta students' are confronted daily with the establishment and they like it. A one-page newssbeet. the Establishment if printed and Contempt Hearings Adjourned VANCOUVER (CP) -Con- tempt proceeding! launched by Pacific Press Ltd. against three of its mechanical unions mre adjourned until June hi ish Column ia Supreme Court Monday. Pacific Press, which produces the Morning Province and Even- ing claims the unions vio- lated a Supreme Court injunc- tion issued Feb. 11, four days before publication of the two dally newspapers was suspend- ed. The injunction ordered the In- ternational Typographical Union to refrain from partici- pating in a general production The unions tost an appeal against Issuance of the injunc- tion heard by three judges of the court of appeal in March. The joint council of newspap- er unions and Pacific Prest have been engaged In contract talks with the B.C. mediation commission for the past three weeks. Neither newspaper h" .Itabed Feb. IS. ubhsbed on campus by Ul President Robert T. Pantzer and members of his faculty. 'This D for Decency Week shouted one banner headline in seH-minucry. Another head ine delivered birthday greet ngs to Home, Edmund Brown Queen Elizabeth and George Peter Dahlberg. "Toe kids have their under ground said Pant zer, "so we resolved to hav our publication." The Esablish ment is subtitled "an over ground publication o( the Ul administration." The news page was first pu nto print about a year ag when "things were getting what tease on many of the country's Pantze explained, "we thought a H tte fun along with informalio might be a little something the students could appreciate." The faculty published 'copies each day for nearlj students incorporate, local, national and intemation al stories akmg with bits campus information such schedule changes. It utlilizes wire service copy as well a. stories written by students. "I've been told that this isn the only school currently print ing this type of pickup slip Partzer said. "Informants le me that we are being copied by several of the major colleges in country. 1 hope they' having good a lime as FINDS BIO GEM COLOMBO (AP> A pessa district fa the southwest Ceylon has found gem weighing ounces and valued at more tha rafljng belief, H occurs most tea in person over 40 who had cKckeopox earlier in life nd in whom the virus has lain dormant for years. What trig- gers the attack is not known. The victim may have pain wr the course of a nerve, usually on only one side of the body aod most commonly a oerve ninning between two ribs. "rom two to four days later, small, painful, ted papules and listers occur ia groups akmg skin over the involved nerve. dry up in about 10 days ut new outcroppings may ap- >ear for four or five -weeks. Vhee the testae have healed, they may leave areas of pig- mentation or scarring. There is no second attack but a com- mon and very disturbing com- plication is a persistent neural- in the mviotved area. This occurs most often io persons with hardening of the arteries. In the acute stage, spraying le area with a freezing solu- ioo such as ethyl chloride re- ieves the pain and promotes healing. Covering the lesions with zinc oxide ointment is also lelpful. Aspirin may be taken the pain is severe but nar cotics should be avoided be- cause of the danger of depend euce with prolonged use. In sev re cases, spinal puncture ant njection of ice cotd normal sal ne solution into the spinal canal has given relief. 9 Wkat is the kest treat- ment for post-shingles neural- gia? A Toe better the pain is controlled during the acute stage, the less chance there is of developing neuralgia later. Stocking the nerve early in the course of the neuralgia, if other ures fafl to relieve, the pain, is a good procedure. This will not help if the neuralgia as persisted for a month or ZMre.- If, in sptve of aQ efforts to prevent ft, postshingles neural- gia develops, an infusion of pro- caiae into the veil usually gives- relief. As a last resort, cutting the involved nerve may be ad- visable. Actress Improving MUNICH (AP) Israeli i_ ress Hanua Meron, who Ios ler left leg in a Feb. 10 Ara terrorist attack on El Al pas- sengers here, is progressin weD and will be released from hospital in two or three weeks doctors said here. April II, THE IETHMIDGE HERAID J7 CAMPUS Larry Ckk COMTOTWHK I OF IT, NEITHER 1 QMfcOCC, I WANT WTO 60 OVfR MY ESTIMATE ON THE CONTRACT BKETI.E BAILEY-By Mart Wit Bank Of Canada Posts Filled OTTAWA (CP) Three i directors were named to the Bank of Canada Monday, all for three-year terms. Robert William Campbell, 47, Calgary, executive vice-presi- dent of Home OU Co. Ltd., re- places Brig. Patrick 72, Calgary. W. Reginald Jenkins, M, Cbartottetown, president of W. R. Jenkins Ltd., replaces S. E Green, 46, Charlottetown. W. Slater, 48, Kingston, Ont., dean of the graduate school of research at Queen's University, replaces Dr. W. A Mackintosh, 75, Kingston. GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES H. COKES itim-.trn, ation TKKM Both TDhnable. deals. NORTH EAST Vitti SOUTH AAKO.J WEST KQIT The bidding; 1 NT V Pass Pits Pats PJB pMf Nwft East J? PHI 4 NT Pass INT Past JNT Pasi East's eight diamonds Jfcyed a key role in defend- ing against Sooth's grand slrm contract in no tramp Retention of that card by UK (Mender averted a port iwingonthedeaL Worth's bort to Ms pntaer's two M (ramp bid raised to game, the former proceeded te check for control ria Blackwood. After his inquiry uncevered afl the aces and kbigi, North reasoned thrt he cook! nont Jl tricks-fire hearts and tin hi each of the other Knee the Blackwood re- sponses had remkd only n of South's points, cootd be relied on for it least s mon points-enough rwMiubk play i) tricka North prwiMkd vittat further to sercn M tnirnp. West opened ttn qowi of diamonds was la the closed hind with the king. Twelve top tricki mM ta Dtclwer We4 tat to score his ISth in hearts where be needed only a three-two division ia the suit The ace of hearts was cashed followed by the queen, on which West discarded diamond, South next lumed his attea- BOB to dubs by playing the aad qneen- however be met dsappootroent once more when East showed out on the second roond, parting with a spade. There was one mm string to declarer's bow-a squeeze play. West was known to hart mining dubs, and from ha opening lead, H appeared that be had the main hordes 4 protecting the diamond strit. In order to SOCM prauntnary pressure East, Sooth cashed the king el dobs. Had East discarded of kh he wock! a tree sqoeere tun against Ms partner. Sooth merely leads over to the Uag of hearts and TO spade suit Ptrt with OK cW> and wn diamood. When tba lowtt spade Is led, however, West Tinut give op Ms protection in either diamond! or clots since North stin has the sce-sevei diamonds was itert to Uw wtrthlen night TOM aace to parbMr ta mi be discarded i This tba ym, for after OR kiof Varb was ptayed aait OH were nn, Wert give ip hh diamond protertloo. North's wrei