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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THH IFNIBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Auguil 74, 1770 YOUR HOROSCOPE Your birthday today: 'Hie year ahead is an adventure for you in terms of fresh di- rections, hasty adaptation to changing conditions. The lat- ter part of the year finds you settling into a more success- ful pattern of habits, after the many lessons derived from the active early months. Romantic and senti- mental interests get strong- er. Today's natives delight in investigating natural laws, usually in a specific area. ARIES (March 21-April Others seem slow to you it's really another phase of your own current drive. Pa- tience saves the day. Check for accuracy as you go. TAURUS (April 20-May Pay scant attention to critical comment, follow course through a middle the rather normal day. Don't dawdle; concentrate on matters at hand. By JEANE DIXON GEMINI (.May 2l-.lunc [ados as intuition, and might This quite ordinary day should j mislead yon. Listening and fur- pass pleasantly with plenty lollhcr thought talk about. You have to push a little to get some important things done. CANCEK (June 21 July -21: Wishful thinking now masquer- 'Nude Nuns' Strip For Action EDINBURGH (AP) The "nude nuns" of Frankfurt Muncipal Opera strip for ac- tion here Monday and Edin- burgh Festival organizers are keeping their fingers crossed. Charles Nicholas, the festi- val spokesman, says he is worried on two fronts. "No one is really sure tow the traditionally conservative Scots are going to react to seeing young ladies playing the part of bare-bosomed says Nicholas. The revealing scene takes place near the end of Proko- fiev's opera The Flaming Angel. Organizers went to West Germany to view the opera before giving the go-ahead for it to be included in the festi- val, which runs here until Sept. 12. "On the other hand, sorce of our visitors may think our nude nuns are a bit tame and prefer to see the way-out shows going on here which are not connected with the festival at Nicholas said. There are i.iore than 60 "fringe" shows taking place at colleges and halls around the city. They receive no as- sistance from the festival and vary from high-standard pro- ductions to an excuse for near-pornography. "Our budget couldn't possi- bly stand financing all the groups that would like to be part of the Nicholas. said Commercialism Cat Down At Expo 70 OSAKA, Japan (AP) Ef- forts to cut down on commer- cialism at Expo '70 have con- tributed to the great success of the first world fair in Asia, says Shunichi Suzuki, secretary-gen- eral of the Expo association. "The New York World's Fair and Expo 67 in Montreal failed to attract as many visitors as we have done because they had too much Su- zuki said in an interview with Japan's Kyodo news service. As of Friday, Expo '70 had at- tracted visitors since its opening March 15, exceeding Expo 67's total attendance of The fair closes Sept. 13. Fail' officials predict total at- tendance will be more than 60 million. Suzuki said Japanese corpora- tions taking part hi the fair are avoiding commercialism, creat- ing "very good precedent" in the tradition of world fairs. Some officials have been say- ing that the Expo association will have a surplus of up S33.3 million. arc in order. Somebody very close to you finds fault and must be answered somehow. LEO (July 23 Aug. Many people are enthusiastic about your projects, but they shouldn't necessarily parti- cipate hi your decisions. Make your own. There is much talk of money, little action. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Now that people tend to move in directions you prefer, go ahead and encourage them. Your career and its goals come first, private affairs later. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Socially this is a stimulating day; commercially there are complexities beneath the sur- face. Now that you know, there will be no problem. Choose the comfort of home to travelling. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Your business activities should be productive now, although fi- nances need watching. Friends are not fully aware of the ramifications of their schemes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. A quiet routine is essential take the day off if possible. Otherwise, you must cope with a certain restlessness your own and others. CAP1UCOKN (Dec. 22-Jan Now you have to go be- yond your regular paths. N special co operation is aval able, so proceed mainly 01 your own. The evening pre- sents good social opportunity AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Allow for sizable dif ferences of opinion particular ly about money. Your own spending may be misguided Be sure of any need before yoi buy. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Prepare for complex discus sions with no definite answer achieved just yet. You finally compromise for the sake o harmony and go on. 1S70, Ncwsday, Inc. Computer Teaches Medical Students EDMONTON (CP) patient has died." The voice, coming from a computer in response to slow answers given by a medical stu- dent who hadn't done his home- work, suggested that the student consider enrolling in first year "The Second-year medical students at University of Alberta will si THE WELL CHILD Interesting Booklet For New Mothers By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. tVritten for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. A new mother can't start pro- tecting her baby too soon. With this thought in mind, Dr. S. C. Southard has produced an ex- cellent pamphlet, entitled "Con- gratulations to the New Mom- my. The booklet is built Dies In Revelry BEIRUT CAP) A man cele- b r a t i n g Suleiman Fronjieh's election to the Lebanese presi- "dency dropped his gun acciden- tally yesterday and it went off, killing an 11-year-old girl, a member of the president-elect's family. Residents have been cel- ebrating since the election Mon- day night by firing a variety of weapons. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE! around three key tection, obedience and respon- sibility. It can be had for 15 cents from the National Easter Seal Society, 2023 W. Ogden Ave., Chicago, 111. 60612. Q 13-nionlhs-oJd son wakes up screaming nearly every night. What could cause this? Will he outgrow it? A Night terrors are usual- ly seen in children who are high-strung or sickly. They us- ually outgrow them after sev- eral, years. You may be able to shorten the period by mak- I ing your son's waking environ- ment as calm as possible and j by making sure lie is in good j I physical condition. Q iWy daughter, 7, jerks and tosses a lot when she is sleeping. Is this serious? A A certain amount of shifting of one's position dur- ing sleep is normal at any age, A child who is overly tired, however, will jerk and have a very restless sleep, especially in the first two or three hours after going to bed. You should see that she gets to bed a little earlier and that she avoids ex- citing games or television just before her beditme. Q My niece, wakes up almost every night. Should we ignore her, spank her or give her paregoric? A Every effort must be made to assure her that her parents or guardians love her. Try to find out why she wakes up. Usually it is from a sense of insecurity. Above all, don't spank or drug her fof waking up. Q Our son, 3. has ring- worm. How did he get this fungus disease? Is it serious? A The three parasitic fungi that, cause ringworm are com- mon in our environment. Infec- tion with them depends on a personal susceptibility rather than on contagion. The organ- isms grow best in areas of the skin that are warm and moist. Tlie disease is not serious but is often hard to get rid of and has a tendency to recur. Sev- eral effective fungicides are available, such as half-strength Whitfield ointment, undecylenic acid tolnaftate and triacetin. in front of a table of computer terminals and go through any o the six programs on heart dis ease. They see charts, diagrams and x-rays of actual cases on a screen and hear heart sounds through a speaker system. Dr. R. E. Rossall, director oi the medical faculty's depart ment of continuing education said the university is the first in Canada to teach medical stu dents by computer and it wil become a regular part of the second-year course this fall. "Sixteen terminals are in use but we have facilities for 30 The beauty of the setup is that the student can set his own pace." CALLS THEM BY NAME The computer provides indi- vidual calling the student by re- peats audio-visual points if the student indicates he didn't grasp them the first time. "It's a lot simpler to teach about heart disease with the computer than to use Dr. Rossall said. "Sometimes a patient is not available when a student is learning about a spe- cific disease. "This way always have tapes and he can look at them at will." The computer is used only to teach about heart disease, but other illnesses soon will be de- scribed on tape and fed into the unit. GOREN ON BRIDGE 4AQJ1062 WQ62. 04 The bidding has proceeded: Shuw us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have 3 real opportunity tor modern infantry trainirtg in a man's world of action among men. We're interested in you nnd look after you. You'll get experience and good pay. You'll enjoy Ibe benefits of 30 days leave each year. as the opportunity to sec new olaces. Tho Military Career Coun- cilor win give you all the de- tails on the infantry-make your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday, 25 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES BY CHARLES H. GOREN I? >r TM OMCIH Trltwil ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: OK10S3 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 A Pats 1 NT Pass 1A Pass What do you bid now? A.-JTbree spades. Despite part- ner's minimum sounding rchid, a push to game Is In order. Yon have a near maximum one no irump response, and North very likely has a ilx card suit, since he had an opportunity to show another suit at convenient level and yet failed to do so. The queen-Email, may, therefore, be considered aa ample trump Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: Q53 Your partner has opened the b i d d i h g 'with one no trump. What Is vmrr re- sponse? spades, anu f-. s Tier's rebld Is three no trump you W1U bid four hearts to offer Mm a choice of suits. There la no need to use the club convention when you hold two flvcMrsrd majors. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 1 9 20 2V What do you bid? spades. If North can fit the spades there may be a chance for game In the major and South might Just as well try to Improve matters, for he IE prepared to have his part, nor return to diamonds. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: A7J2 OA4 The bidding has proceeded' North East South West l Pass 1 I Pass What do you bid now? hearts. WhUe a for- ward move must be made, the hand does not qualify for a Jump bid of any kind. Unless partner can bid again there will not Iw a very good play for game. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: South l ill West 20 North Double East Pass What do you hid now? A. Tho your partner wishes to play for a penalty and probably has no support In the spade suit, you should take matters Into your own hands and head toward game. The proper rebld Is i jump to three spades. A simple retold of two spades would Indicate merely dissaUsfaction with thft double. Q. East-West vulnerable, as South you hold: A AKJ t? 72 0 853 QJ754 The bidding has proceeded: North East South. West 1 A Pass 2 "Pass 2 OQ743 The bidding has proceeded: West North East Sooth 1 V Double What do you bid? A Three spades Prospects for game arc bright. You have nine points which Is a pretty fair hand for a partner who was ahle to make a vulnerable take-out dou. ble and you should not permit East's precmpUve action to shut you out Bidding the weak spado suit at this level should not deter you. for North should have good support when he doubles the other major. IF LIFE WAS A BASKETBALL AT LEAST SET TWO FREE THROWS] MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman Chic Young f DAEWOO, I V PASSED A STORE f TODAY THAT WAS HAVING A' HALF-PRICE SALE SOI MADE A i LITTLE PURCHASE OU PROMISED NOT TO BUY ANYTHING THIS MONTH 8-21 BUT THIS SPORr SHIRT WAS BEAUTIFUL" AND IT WAS JOST YOUR SIZE THAT'S THE KIND OF THING THAT 6IVES A FELLOW A GUILT COMPLEX BKETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker COT IT OUT.1 I'M SICK OF AM. THAT HEALTH IF you EP' POTATO (MIPS LIKE TrlAT you'll- DEVELOP CHOLESTEROL U'L Al Capp BEFO'AH COMMITS} TH'fMRRlAQE-, AH FIRES THIS ROCKET-v -AN'A PLANE'LLZOOM OVERTH'SKONK AN' DRAP TH'WORLD'S FUST WEDDIM" PIZZA.'.' Bob Montana HOTDOG.'MYHEW ELECTRIC SHEARS.' THAT HED6E IS SOIN6 l TO GET A C1JPPINQ YEAR.' TElt AQUARIUS r'n RF WHERE D] WELL, IT WAS) A TEST OP HIS BROKE.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik VKTERDAV IT WAS FCR KWUHS ALLEYS BECAUSE PEOPLE THEM IN THE SUMMER HOKT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal NO, J LEAVE MY AXE AT HOME.21HINK ITS BOWSE OF MY CUTTING REMARKS BUGS BUNNY AW TESTS REVEAL, THAT CICERO'S L REACTIONS ARE' DOES THAT IN PLAIN. LANGUAGE COC? WILL YOU COME IN, PLEASE TO RATIONAL AND IRRATIONAL STIMULI PS APPLIED TO PSYCHOLOGICAL ;