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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Decemb.r J, 1970 THE UTHBRlDGf HERAIB 33 Raquel is her name Cyprus charmed by modern Venus NORMAN GOLDSTEIN NICOSIA (AP) As legend has it, Venus, the goddess of love and beauty, some say the daughter of Jupiter and Dione, sprang from the foam of the sea, wafted along the waves to the Isle of Cyprus, where she was received and attired by the Seasons and then led to the as- sembly of the gods. All were charged by her beauty. Cyprus now has been charmed by a more modern Venus, Raquel Welch, some say the daughter of Hollywood and the press, who springs not from the sea but from the pool of the Cyprus Hilton. Miss Welch was in Cyprus to make a movie, the mundane mythology of this modern world. The occupational oddities of that industry seemed all the more obvious in this anachronis- tic ancient isle in the Mediterra- nean. Here, there is a Greek-Cypriot zone and a Turkish-Cypriot zone. In the middle stands Ra- quel Welch. It was probably more the in- fluence of Mammon, the ancient god of riches, than Venus, that brought Miss Welch to this land. The film, The Beloved, is a co-co-production, p o o 1 i n g the financial resources of a group of Cypriot industralists with Cur- Welch and husband Patrick co-star Richard Johnson's production company, Pageant. This, plus cheap labor costs, and a stun- ning variety of Mediterranean landscapes lured Miss Welch, Johnson, British actor Jack Hawkins and director-screen- writer George Pan Cosmatcs to the sun-drenched isle. The costs are around mil- lion, with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owning distribution rights. The film itself is a drastic dpearture for the California- bred beauty, who found fame and fortune through her face and formidable physique, rising from European magazine cov- ers to say little but be seen a lot in 'such early movies as Fantas- tic Voyage and One Million B.C. But The Beloved is a first for her, a straight romantic drama It is a love story of a girl living a dull life in a small Greek vil- lage, when a friend of her hus- band s returns to the town anc she has an affair with him. MAY FOLLOW SOPHIA Nobody's actually saying so but it is obviously hoped this will show Miss Welch has talent as well as topography, that per- haps The Beloved will be to her career what Two Women was to that of Sophia Loren. Miss Welch has kept her pri- vate life relatively private in the goldfish-bowl of Hollywood For years, movie audiences hat no idea she was a Chicago-born California-grown divorcee with two children. She still guards jealously her time with her children anc makes no bones of her dislike of photographers. Now, she says, "I would like to make a good film and be considered an actress, too. After a point, you must do things on a professional just for the be recognized for what you do." She's betting The Beloved, which she describes as a love story with tragic overtones, violence and passion, will be that film. Liver compound relieves pain DETROIT Medical researchers said yesterday they have relieved the pain suffered by victims of sickle cell anemia inherited .blood disease most commonly found in Ne- groes through injections of a compound manufactured by the liver. Dr. Robert W. Nalbandian, who directed the research team, said 25 patients treated with urea, which is found in blood and urine, have showed "relief from pain that has been aston- ishing." Dr. Nalbandian is associate pathologist at Blodgett Memo- rial Hospital in Grand Rapids. Mich., and a U.S. Army medi- cal research consultant. "We know it said Dr. Raymond L. Henry, an asso- ciate professor of physiology and pharmacology at the Wayne State University School of Medi- cine. "In a test he ex- plained, "you can see the cres- cent-shaped sickle red cell of victims change to a doughnut normal shape when urea is added to the intravenous solu- tion." Dr. Nalbandian told reporters that sickle cell anemia is as daedly as any leukemia or can- cer and that most victims die by age 30. BRINGS PAIN Painful attacks are halted within hours after urea sub- stance is administered intrave- nously, the researchers said, and further attacks are pre- vented when it is taken in smaller daily oral doses. More than American blacks are reported to suffer from sickle cell anemia, many of them unknowingly. In East Africa, especially Ghana, as much as 45 per cent of the pop- ulation is beieved to have the disease. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAKLES H. GOREN 1M: Br TM cMcmTrlWM] Neither vulnerable. West ieals, NORTH OQ WEST EAST OI09S OKJIS Q4 SOUTH VKQ108? OA7432 4.2 The bidding; West North East South Pass JO pass 3 Pass 3 0 Tasi 3 V Pass t V Pass Pass Fast Opening lead: Jack ot A Altho South's hand is worth 19 points, lack of a fit induced to proceed dauu'ously until North showed a cncc for the first bid suit by bidding three hearts, In the expectation that he could develop either dummy's clubs or his own he proceeded without further ado to six hearts, West opened the Jack o! spades and South was in with Ihe king. A brief examination of the combined holdings revealed that South did not have the transportation re- quired to ruff out his losing diamonds. He decided there- fore to develop North's club suit. A club was led to the Me and the return was ruffed with the ten of hearts as the king and queen appeared from the opponents' hands, North's clubs were, now es- tablished, and (here iDDcaicd to be nothing further required but the drawing of trump. The normal procedure ii to cash the king aad queen of hearts and then cross over to the nee. If the tuit divides is the normal honor will draw the last trump and the clubs can be run. If the hearts are four-one, however, it appears that the declarer must go down to defeat, inasmuch as one defender has more trumps than the dummy. South observed that thwa was a way to cope with an unfavorable heart division provided thai Vtist JiiS tha long trumps. After the king of hearts was cashed, declarer led sraiU heart KiA when' West followed with the nine was played front dummy. If East had the jade of hearts, it would be the only, trick for hii aide, for South can win either a diamond or ipade return and then cross over to the ace of hearU drawing the last trump, Ilia dummy is now high. When East showed out on the second round of trumps, declarer began to run tha clubs. West was welcome to ruff In whenever hs chow, however muit nrnnder the lead 03 the return-after Which the ace of hearU draws 'his last trump anal: North claims the balance. It may be observed that I diamond lead originally by West ihe declarer's sec- ond bid suit-would have, assured South's defeat, for the defense is in position in force dummy in subsequently before tha trumps can be drawn. We not inclined however to point the finger of sewn it (or bu actual choice. EATON'S One Price Watch Sale Casual, dressy or sporty models to choose from one for every occasion one for every taste. All specially purchased to give you the best value for the price. That's the story behind our one price watch sale. Each fea- tures Swiss-made incabloc movements, 17 or more jewels, and is shock and dust resisitant. And bears Eaton's one year guarantee. Because there is a limited quantity in some models, please state second choice. Use your handy Eaton's Budget Charge. No Down Payment, pay monthly. SALE, each 22 .99 Watches, Main Floor 1. 21 jewel diamond watch, 10k. White rolled gold plate case, stainless steel back. One diamond each shoulder. Black cord 'brace- let. 2. 17 jewel day-date watch, In a cushion shaped yellow brushed water resistant case, stainless steel back. Leather strap. 3. 21 jewel fashion watch with 10k. rolled gold plate bezel, stainless steel back, Topered expansion bracelet. 4. 17 jewel calendar watch In a yellow case with stainless steel back. Square shape with Corfam strap. 5. 17 jewel calendar watch with yellow water resistant case and stainless steel back. Features new bluQ dial, expansion bracelet. 6. 17 jewel watch in 14k. yellow gold case with semi-modern dial and facetted crystal face. Features expansion bracelet. 7. 17 jewel diver's watch with calen- der, chromium plated case with stainless steel bade. Black lumin- ous dial. Accurate to 150 ft. deep. 17 jewel bracelet watch with 10k. rolled gold plate yellow case. Stainless steel back, attractive mesh bracelet. 9. 21 jewel sports watch has yellow brushed finished case, stainless steel back. Features blue dial and blue Corfam back. 10, 17 jewel nurses' watch with yel- low water resistant case, stain- less steel back, sweep second hand and expansion bracelet. 11. 17 jewel sports wafch, brushed yellow water resfstant case and Stainless steel back. Calender feature, second hand. Strap. 12. 25 jewel automatic calendar watch with stainless steel water resistant case and handy ex- pansion bracelet. 13. 17 jewel automatic watch with yellow water resistant case, stainless steel back and expan- sion bracelet. 14. 25 jewel automatic calender watch with yellow water resist- ant case, stainless steel back. Strong, attractive strap. 15. 17 jewel calender watch In all stainless steel water resistant case with stainless steel G.T. bracelet. 16. 17 jewel women's divers' watch with calender, itainjesi steel case, luminous dial. Accurate up to 150 ft. deep. Rubber strap. Watches, Main Floor Westinghouse Small Appliances Baconer Demonstration See the new way to cook bacon automaiically, quickly, to nny crispness with less shrinkage and fast easy clean up. As easy as putting bread in a toaster, no spattering or smoking, fat drains out info separate tray on bottom. A WESTINGHOUSE REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE IN THE SMALL APPLIANCE SECTION, SECOND FLOOR, ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 1 P.M. TO P.M. AND SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO P.M. Be sure to see the demonstration, Westinghouse Small Appliances Toaster each 18.95 Kettle each 5.95 Irons............................. each Can Openers each J g.95 and 9.95 Coffee Percolators............... each 32.95 Frypans each 30.95 Small Appliances, Second Floor TWO HOURS FREE PARKING Thursday and Friday Evenings From Now Until Christmas in the Downtown Car Park Here's how it works Thursday and Friday evenings only from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. from now until Christmas EATON'S will validate your ticket In the Downtown Car Park for Mie first two hours on proof of any purchase made in the store during the above two evenings. Simply bring' your car park ticket with you into the store, make a purchase during the evening, and we will stamp it for the first two hours of free parking. It pay to shop at EATON'S. Shop Thursday and Friday 9 to 9; Buy Line 328-8811. ;