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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tutiday, Auuuit 4, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 5 Your birthday today: A rather mixed year begins, material earnings increase only if you mate special ef- forts, while spiritual develop- ment c-ttnes In many encour- aging incidents. You may find a sideline activity in which you must learn spe- cialized ski'ls, or hobbies may develop more practical use. Today's natives flourish as indefatigable craftsmen, specialists. ARIES (March 21-ApriI Set a schedule and pm-sue it. Some people canot keep pace Transfer Blue Quills School OTTAWA (CP) Indian Af- fairs Minister Jean Clircticn an- nounced here that operation of the Blue Quills School at St. Paul, Alta.. will be transferred to local Indians. Agreement for the move was reached after two days of meet- Ings here between Indian repre- sentatives and Indian affairs of- ficials. The Blue Quills Native Educa- tion Council, headed by chair- man Stanley Bedcrw. will take over running of the school and its attached ysidence. There are 168 students in the school and 125 in residence, all of them Indians. Indians from the Saddle Lake and Athabasca regions staged a sit-in at the school this month to back up their contention that they should be allowed to con- trol then- own education facili- ties. CONTINUE FINANCING Mr. Chretien released a copy of a letter to Mr. Bedcrow in which he said the federal gov- ernment will continue financing administration of the school and residence. "In addition, I will give im- mediate and serious considera- tions to the council's request for additional funds to hold board meetings and to cover training programs and legal services for the coming year." Mr. Chretien said the depart- ment is concerned that quality of education of Indian children would be maintained. Contracts covering the administration of the school would "be subject to would meet to work out details normal government approval and control." Representatives of the depart- ment and the Indian of the transfer as soon as possi- ble so that a formal signing of a transfer agreement could take place. THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Vitamin. E Is Abundant In Ordinary Daily Diet By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assu. Q Is vitamin E essential to one's well-being? If one takes it every day would it lessen his chances of a heart attack? A Vitamin E is essential for maintenance of healthy red blood cells but a vitamin E deficiency is very rare except in newborn infants, e s p e cially prematures, with anemia. This vitamin is so abundant in the ordinary diet that supple ments are not needed by normal persons. Some observers now say that vitamin E will slow the aging process. If this is found to be true, it might delay a heart attack caused by aging of the coronary arteries. Q Is there any danger of taking too much vitamin E? What is the minimum daily re- quirement for this vitamin? A Since vitamin E (alpha tocopherol) is one of the fat soluble vitamins, it is stored in Men, Take Heart-Women Say 'Men Our Masters' NEW YORK (AP) Men, take heart. A new wome group is ready to tackle the liberation movement. It's called MOM-Men Our Mas- ters. MOM says a woman's place is In the home and that the women's liberationism "haven't MARIE DE PASQUALE MOM Founder the vaguest concept of what sex is." "Men fight and die for proclaims Marie de Pasquale, a part-time legal secretary who founded MOM in March in the New York area. "They support us so we may outlive them and inherit their money. They hold doors open, they help us on and off with our coats, pay for our entertain- ment, say sweet things to us and they even gave us a rib so that we might be here in the first place. "Let's at least bequeath them the two mightiest manifesta- tions of their masculine pride: Their business acumen and heir physical strength." Miss de Pasquale, who has never married, says she can communicate with men because she was raised in a traditional Roman Catholic household where her Italian father was "definitely head of the family." She says MOM members plan to debate liberated women and programs, including fashion shows and rallies. MOM, a small group, is cur- demonstrate their ideas through rently wording to encourage a male auxiliary called Women our Wonders." the body and enormous doses taken regularly for many months may be harmful. The daily requirement for ai'i adult if 5-tc-30 international units. The requirement increased in proportion to the amount of un- saturated fatty acid in your diet. Q Are there any harmful side effects from MiCebrin-T? A This multtvitamin tablet with minerals may cause vita- min A cr D poisoning if taken daily in excessive doses for many months. Q I have heard that Ther- agran M may damage the liver. Is this true? A The answer to the pre- vious question applies. Q I had a rickcltsial dis- ease (scrub typhus) in the South Pacific in World War II. They said it was carried by the mites found on field mice. Is it ever carried by any kind of insect in the United States? A ITiere are four main types of rickettsial disease caused by different species of this very small germ: (1) murine or endemic typhus is by the bite of the rat flea and is found in the southeastern and Gulf Coast states; (2) epidemic typhus is transmitted by lice and is now very rare in the United States; (3) Rocky Mountain spotted fever is transmitted by ticks and is now found in east- ern as well as western states; and (4) scrub typhus (tsutsuga- mushi -fever or Japanese river fever) is transmitted by the larvae of several species of mites and has not yet been re- ported in the United States al- though many persons, especial- ly in the armed forces, are con- tinually returning from Asiatic regions where the disease is prevalent. Riot Control Equipment Is Handy CALGARY (CP) Police Chief M. J. Kent says the Cal- gary police department is equipped with riot control equipment including riot sticks, shields, tear gas and mace. He said the force has had the riot control equipment for three or four years, although it never has been used. with you have patience. Fir some entirely different activil for a bright evening. TAURUS (April 20-May 20 Concentrate on creative activ ties, fresh ways of saying o doing whatever expresses your own values. Taking unncessar; dances now seems very ini wise. GEMINI (May 21-June JO) Just a little more effort t continued tact resolve some your family worries. Listen carefully people reveal more than they realize. CANCER (June Intellectual activity crowds ou routines. T r a v el, shoppin chores are interrupted b minor incidents and surprises mostly favorable. This evening have some fun. LEO (July 23-Aug. Avoi extremes, but do something fo yourself and those you care about. Put together a conservative plan for your business. Keep evening expen ditures modest. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Smcoih out recent misunder standings. On personal pro jects, make a determined e fort now. Acting on im complicates relations with ol farapttfl! lo inter the bidding, appro- prlate call ii available. Hid part- ner been Interested In hearing about your aulta ha very likely voiiM choien to doubla originally. If lill hand Is com- posed of diamonds, an? action on year part might lead to lerious' troBBle. Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: <7AKQ10 OA8I1 The bidding hai proceeded: South West NortJi East TO 14 Pass 24 Till Pass 1 What do you bid BOW? A Five dUraflndf. You bars Hot yd to detertbo utrunKth of. jour hand. In view nt ptrtner'a vlgoroua action over vliat may prove to be a near minimum In your hand, the con- cluilon U IneicapaUo that the liind will produce a Q. East-West Tubwable, as South you hold: 9 T S7AJ.OAQJ The bidding bis proceeded: Went North South 4 PIK Dblc.. INT Pan 7 TOot do yon bid now? Two no trump. mlibt readily have ID or 11