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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IEIHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, Auguil 31, 1970- YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, SEPT. 1 Yonr birthday today: Your view of your life and situa- tion tills 'coming year is apt to be a short-range one. Ac- tually your efforts to lead a normally healthy life contri- butes to the strength of your nation. Much of what you must do relates to the public good as much as to your own interests. Drop all old habits and activities which lead no- where. Today's natives have a knack for good humor, spinning prodigious tales. THE DOCTOR SAYS Pamphlet Will Help You Correct Child's Speech By WAYNE G. BEANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. If your child's speech is dis- torted or slow to develop, the cause may be physical (deaf- ness, a deformity of the lips or palate) or functional (pool health in the first two years of life, inadequate teaching or imi- tation of poor Frustra- tion resulting from unrealistic standards set by the parents often leads to stuttering. The child of an overprotective par- ent who anticipates his every need may find it unnecessary to talk. "Helping Your Child Speak by John Bryant is an informative new pamphlet that explains how speech de- velops, offers some ideas and games for helping children learn good speech patterns and discusses the roots of jpeech disorders aMl how they can be corrected. It is available for 25 cents from the U.S. Pubb'c Affairs Committee, a nonprofit educational organiza- tion located at 381 Park Ave., South, New York, N.Y. 10016. Q My 8-month-old daugh- ter sucks her thumb constantly. Will this cause her teeth to come in crooked? How can I atop this habit? lower front teeth inward. If the habit is stopped before the permanent teeth come in, the teeth will gradually return to normal position. In any case, it is important to find and treat (be cause of the thumbsucking. Meanwhile, try to get your daughter to use a pacifier in- of her thumb. Q Our son, 9, still sucks his thumb. What do you advise? A Any child who persists in this habit after he is three years old may not only distort to teeth but also get infections around his thumbnail. He needs the combined attention of an orthodontist and a child psy- chologist. Q I am giving my daugh- ter, 6, G-antrisin for a kidney infection. Could this cause her to break out around the vulva? A Yes. Your doctor may want to switch to one of the other urinary antiseptics. A The gentle insertion of the thumb, part way into the moutfa, with mild sucking, is normal in infants up to 2 or years of age and does no harm. But insertion of the thumb almost to the wrist and vigorous sucking for long per- iods usually means that the baby is overly tired or feels neglected, frightened or frus- trated. Tin's may push the up- per front teeth outward and the ARIES (March 21-Atiril Your impatience needs chan- neling into answers to all sorts of communications. Older people are remarkably helpful when asked. Realize you are neither alone nor lost in a mob. TAURUS (April 20-May The temptation is to get away from it all. Steady progress can be achieved on the quieter sectors. Attend the needs o young people, also health im provement programs. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Now you are apt to find an swers to old questions, get help from organized groups, com plcte back work. Tilings settlec now will never need redoing. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Determine that it's to be a pro- ductive day, then get down to business. Your discipline in putting aside lengthy discus sions make all the difference now. LEO (July 2S-Aug. You get results today from persis- tent efforts. The affairs of par- ents are pertinent to what you Medical Schools Face New Role EDMONTON (CP) As the complexity of medical care in creases and more people be- come involved in diagnosis treatment and rehabilitation of patients, medical schools will find themselves more in- volved in continuing educa- tion, says the dean of medi- cine at the University of Al- berta. Dr. Walter C. MacKenzie, writing in the university al- umni magazine, said prob- lems are being created by shift to larger professional groups in regional centres from individual doctors in outlying areas. "It is becoming increasingly difficult to prepare the indt vidual practitioner to cope effectively with the health- care needs of the community. "There is an increasing de- mand for medical services arising not only from the rap- idly expanding population and the newer aspects of health care, but also from the rising proportion of patients in the older age group with greater need of medical services, the increasing number of patients with chronic illness and thi rising health expectations of the public." EXPOSURE STRESSED Dr. MacKenzie said there must be a distribution of re- sponsibility between family physicians, specialists and paramedical personnel if high-quality care is to be GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARtES H. GOREN te 1CT: U TM tVao TiMW ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. i-As Sato, wlflerabfe, jmuhold: Ifte bidding proceeded: fMtk North Eirt FIM 20 Past f TWut do yon bid now? ipidef. rrfalc It m mint- Inn opening mi the rtmplo WDM ta untie! Is pftfemd to a which, would iwta stronger il least M Xtab ia support, 9. valnerabk, at South yon hold: ATS Tilt bidding has proceeded: North East Srraih West INT Pasj Pass T What do yon bid now? no trump. You must not bid three for -that would ba fordns to jfame. This Bind contained the elements of a two no trump raise Initially, Jrct WHS, a live card major and a worthless doubleton you chose ta jnlt possibilities by in- UIB two club Inquiry; partner has bid spades you forced to return to no tramp. can atlll show hearts in the remote contingency that he has cnem or proceed to threa no trump If his opcnlnjf rss not Q. Sooth, vulnerable, you hold: ft vulnerable, as i Smiti you hold: The bidding has proceeded: North Eait Sootli 0 Dble. j do you birl? You have no reason io dlrturb partners hid. Tt TrHI ha time enmtett to think of bltlflln? lipidej If M'sst talics the double to five hearts. In the Tnenr., time, your hand should make ixriecuy suitable (lumrey. P. 4-TCasl-Wesl vulnerable, South you hold: Tht; bidding ha.i proceeded: Kast Sotilh West North :i Dulc, 1 NT Dbln. I What do you bid now? .Since your olo basrd on dls- Irlhiitlon ralhor his'n card Itrenslh, your hnntl nay prove it Xhe bidding has proceeded: garth Went North Eist Pass 1W DHu. Pass I 2 V 3 0 Pass T What do you bid now? -roar dlamorjdi. Pxrlser bat nidfl a Tulnerabla and then bid at the fhrta lerel which nirta ilm with Tery fooil htnfl. Your hand Is than could hiva counted tra and, is worth try for fame. With but a single hewi; stopper would not rec- ommend a bla of three no tramp, poialbUlty, however, might bi hearts which eoold enlbls ptrtatr to 114 no trump, Meondaiy heart stopper. Neither- as South you hold: OTS The fcidding has proceeded: West North; East Soalh INT Tass Pasn Whst do you bid? Double. This Is i trifle lion for a double, but East hat con- fessed io a mediocre holding. If partner has most the, missing points, sou can severely damage the one no trump contract. ie has to lake the douhlo out the consequents shouldn't be too dire. 0. 7-As South, TUhierable, you hold: The bidding ias South West North East Pass Past 1 0 Pass r What tlo you bid now? Ihree diamonds. This Ji Komewhat of an underbid but there no other convenient call available. A Jeap to five diamond.? way get you 009 too high .if part. ner lus z shaded third seat open. vulnerable, si Soulh you hold: (J55! f A3 i The bidding has proceeded: North Kasl Soalh West 20 2 I'asj .3 Pass Whal do you bid now? Partner's three hid is an Inquiry as to whether you have any surplus valuei. Actually you nbiut mado thp for x frca raise. Had your two Epade bid come In the abscnrc of the overman, then you bo Justified In carry- maintained despite the limits of medical education facili- ties. The undergraduate medical curriculum at the University of Alberta has undergone major revision, emphasi2Uig "systems" teaching such as heart, respiratory and neurol- ogical. Early clinical expo- from the black- board and into the operating stressed, and elec- tive periods have been imple- mented, giving students a chance to spend more tune with a subject in which they are particularly interested. "We are attempting to pro- duce a type of doctor pre- pared for tomorrow's Dr. MacKenzie said. "We are anxious to have him learn to use the skills of other health personnel in the over-all care of the patient. "When health-science per- sonnel are trained together, they will learn each other's capabilities and will learn to co-operate and work together in their community effort." FACE MORE BURDENS The explosion of new knowl- edge and the introduction of hundreds of new doctors in Canada each year demanded continuing education that would place another burden on medical schools. "Medical schools in the fu- ture will find themselves fac- ing almost as much emphasis on the continuing aspect of medical education as on the years leading to the MD de- gree. This development will require the practising physi- cians to have more direct and frequent access to a medical school than in the past. "The responsibilities of the medical school have expanded and enlarged greatly in recent year. Today, it has a responsi- bility for the education of health-science personnel At the undergraduate and gradu- ate level. It has a mandatory responsibility to carry out re- search in the delivery of health care and to improve the standard of patient care in the community." Test Key Species Of Waterfowl EDMONTON Ca- iadian Wildlife Service is con- ucting breast muscle samples n key species of waterfowl af- er findings last year showed wo species with mercury evels in their livers above the olerable maximum. Dr. A. H. Macpherson, west- rn regional director of the 'ildlife service, said today that lances of finding high mer- 1117 levels in His flesh are very remote." Last fall, the service collect- tl 120 ducks and an analysis of liver sainples revealed that species, the merganser and ,sser scaup, showed mercury :vels exceeding the tolerable lasinmm of 0.5 parts per mil- on. Dr. Macpherson said the ighest mercury level found in ntcrfowl livers was 1.9 parts :r million in immature mer- incers collected from Alberta jnisslands. Dr. Macpherson said this car's survey will be completed cfore the hunting season bc- 'ns. SKELKTON SALES UP The overseas sale of Indian iman skeletons more than dou- ed from to I Kill, officials uorted. are doing. Make that long- planncd, consolidating financial move. V1IIGO (Aug. 23-Scpt. Not much happens, bur what does happen has special mean- ing. Private affairs are to be given close attention. Strive to improve emotional ties. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. I'ou have a good chance to at- tend needs which have escaped notice. Act without discussion or announcement' simply do what has to be done and get on with it. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. The advice and comfort of friends is helpful, but decisions should rest on your ovn think- ing, not theirs. Many details can be cleared off. Something occurs to you for later atten- tion. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Make the best of a gen- erally good day for career ad- vancement, personal expan- sion. Friends and fellow work- ers pitch in; give and get co- operation. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan The results of your day endeavor should be long witt you, so start early and be con sistent. Personal and creativ projects are most favored. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb Selection is the key to sue cess today. Choose carefull as on most items there will b no second ciiwice then plung right in to suppoert what yo have chosen. PISCES (Feb. IMIarch 201 On this quiet day, do a little i forward all your main inter ests. Group and marital inter ests are much benefited no' with almost any activity. THAT'S JUST WHAT I FEATHERS IN AW PRINKINS IOATER! MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By liugh Laiilman EARL, HELP BRIAN. HE'S STUCK IN THE MUD. YOU'RE JUST LIKE ALL THE REST.....WONT LIFT A fftW TO HELP THE LESS FORTU- DISAPPOINTED IN YOU. BE OF GOOD HEART, BRIAN.. IT'S ALWAYS MRKEST, JUS! BEFORE THE STORM Chic Yonne Supersonic Planes Put In Storage NORTH BAY, Ont. (CP) number of CF-5 supersonic je fighters will be put in storag at Canadian Fortes Base Nort Bay pending defence depar ment decision on their use, spokesman for the base says. Maj. George Lowes said th first of the aircraft may arrive within a week or two. He said the CF-5s to be stored here are part of a group of 74 that are to be kept storage until the gorornmen decides on their use. Maj. Lowes said defence de- partment specialists will be in Bay next week to deter nine how many of the jets can 3e stored in hangars here. The 74 jets are part of a million contract between th defence department and Cana dair Ltd. of Montreal calling 'or delivery of 115 CF-5s by the end of next January. To date, 73 of the stub-winge< aircraft have been deliverer by Canadair with 4 more to come in. the next month. The first 41 CF-5s went into service with either the 433 Squadron at Bagotville, Que. he 434 Squadron at Cold Lake Alta., or the armed forces engi neering test establishment Uplands, outside Ottawa. Thirty too CF-os, for which no use has been found, already are being held in storage !FB Trenton. A defence departmen spokesman in Ottawa said re cently the storage is the result of a federal government deci :ion to freeze the defence mdget at million annual- y and to cut trcop strength to from The contract for the 155 jets was signed in 1966 with the view to building four CF- squadrons, the spokesman said. But following the budget freeze planners settled for only two, the one at Bagotville and the one at Cold Lake. Canadian Bike Rider Arrives At Expo 70 OSAKA, Japan (AP) A Canadian barten- der arrived at Expo '70 Friday after completing a cycling tour of 50 countries in 72S days. Albert LeBlanc, making his second cycling visit to Japan, left Montreal Aug. 22, 1968, and toured countries ranging from Nicaragua and Costa Rica to Italy, Switzerland, Hungary and Hong Kong. Clad in a T-shirt and short pants, LeBlanc told reporters upon arriving at Expo '70 that whenever he wasn't able to ride his bicycle, he worked his way toward Japan aboard ships by washing decks and removing rust. LeBlanc said his first cy- cling trip to Japan was to visit the Tokyo Olympiad in ISM. He said he plans to remain in Japan for about one month. MR. BEASI-EY WHAT IS THAT. LETTEO STUCK IN MDUR CAP? OH MY GOODNESS, MY WIFE STUCK IT IN THERE SO I WOULDN'T FORGET TO MAIL IT BEETLE Mort Walker JUST WAIT TIU i ser MV HANDS ON you. .MAN 1 HAVE TO ADMIRE A COURAGEOUS U'L Al Capp WHY HOW KIN Dp AO'PXVWHV DON'T