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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Monday, Occcmber 13, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon Tl'KMIAV. IIF.C. It Vniir liirlliiliiy toibv: I'rn.-'- pcrily is naturally coining voitr'way this year according io your 'motivation and skills Just make sure your idi-as practical bi'l'on' inu'SlhiK i much lime and energy. To- j clay's natives prefer candor in" thcmft'lvcs and others above all other qualities. Any affliction in their nature is explicated in backing of I In-' like. ARIES (March It is osscnlial that you nlfer others the riRht to be wrong or misguided and to see that .'.on ,irc repaid the same in return. T.MT.VS (April lill-May Rivalry romes alive (in all fronts. The more areas you have open for games and com- petition, be grealer the chal- lenge. Be of good cheer. GEMINI (May :i-.lllllc- 20': A special program Io demon- strate your firm belief in your- self shbtildn'i be needed. The clarity of what you say and do should he adequate. Add and improve details of your homo and its features. CANCE1! (June 21-July Pray for strength and serenity, project your true feelings there arc people who need to know you care. I.EO (July 21! Where organizing information is concerned, you've vhiually got a magic touch today, and may attract much more to en- hance what you already have. VIRGO (Aug. r. Sept. Decide early that you will take this busy day at a regular pace, with frequent pauses for rest and reflection. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Avoid extremes but seek a fresh perspective: recognize some added action a- taking a main role. SCORl'IO (Ocl. '-1 i: An important purchase could come to a closing state now. and you're into a nr'.v status. An adjustment of atlilmles and habits is next. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. IMSCES (l-'eli. ID-March I (11171: By Tlie Chicago Tribune) Croup ventures work bet-1 taken to an extreme even so, lor todav Io the surprise of all i some sensitive soul may per- concerned. Partnerships taking I ceive where your secrets are. jour restiUs. shape tend to continue on and rolling. CAPHK'OllN (Ijl'e. 22 Jan.. Your well meant advice j turns out too earily misunder- j stood or misapplied, then all your fault it's easier to just I iii'iid your own business. AQUAHIUS (Jan. 211 Fell. Discretion now is to be I Put hi a normal dav of moder- ate effort and be happy with IFUERE60IN6TO T UHILE SKATE IN THE CHRISTMAS THE SHOW, WE'VE 60T TO 51AKARE PRACTICEANP STILL ANO PRACTICE! A. OUT? STOP UP EARLY IN THE MORNINS SOOP FOR I HOPS IT'S 600DKK ME BECAUSE IT'S KILLIN6 ME! I'.S. cancer drive on iNixoii ilcsk WASHINGTON' The Senate sent to President Nixon Inday a bill authorizing bil- lion'for a stepped-up research effort to find the causes of and a cure for cancer. The Senate comnlcted action on the measure, which Nixon has endorsed, by a vote of 85 Io n. The House of Representatives passed it Thudsday by voice vole. The final bill follows the House version in keeping the National Cancer Institute, which has been conducting the re- search for more than 30 years, within the framework of the Na- tional Institutes of Health. The Senate had voted for a more independent status for the cancer agency but this provoked much opposition in the research community. However, the bill does give the National Cancer Institute a I more prominent status, an en- larged budget, and a directive to do everything possible to con- quer the disease. The bill sets up a cancer at- tack panel which will report di- rccilv to the president on prog- ress in the search effort. Also aulhorizcd are 15 new clinical centers for demonstration of ad- vanced methods of treating can- i ecr. LAWRENCE E. LAMB', M. D. j tUMBlEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN Sliould mother site for neglect? Dr. I.amb My son p e r s o n from neglect. What entered the hospital for eval- i should we do? uation of a duodenal ulcer and I Dear Header 1 understand urinary trad infection. He was j how distressed you must feel, a 22-year-old quadriplegic, in-1 particularly after having seen jured in a waier skiing acci- i your son overcome his handi- dent at age 17. He worked hard; cap and build a new life for to get back what movement he j himself. could. He was very strong and: It isn't possible for me to be healthy and even married. He! certain what happened but it left his wife a strong healthy boy. On a Thursday I took his wife and son to see him and he looked so good and sounds like a reaction to the dye that must have Iwen inject- ed to x-ray the extent of the sinus. This was probably done was working hard with the in an effort Io locslc the prob- therapist. The next day his wife j 1cm of his kidney infection, called and said my son was in Quadriplegics do not have as critical condition and we rush-, good a sweating mechanism as ed to the hospital. healthy people, and this may The coroner's report stated have been a factor in the sharp he died from hyperthermia and j rise in body temperature, convulsive disorder following i It isn't always possible to injection into a chronic drain- predict who will have an ad- ing sacral sinus. After four hours after the procedure the decedent went into convulsions and his temperature went to 110 degrees and remained there verse reaction Io a procedure ordinarily considered as safe. I doubt 'your doctor really did anything negligent. More likely it was an unforeseen and un- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOBEN 16 1ITI: By TUB CftitJH Tribune] BRIUGti Q'-'IZ ANSWERS Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4A63 VA10S73 05" The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 10 Pass 1 V 4 Pass What do you bid itartcd out us a color lest holding In the light 01 partner's vigorous action, blus- forth into a thins of beauty. Upon revaluation your hand Is v-orth 1C, points a I a heart contract and, since part- ner'i bidding indicates about 21, you xre In'the slam One forward step is called for mid takt the form of a cue bid of four spades. Q. 2 Neither vulnerable, us South, you hold: AM C-QJ63 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 1 Dblc. 1 NT What do you bid? Asmminc partner to bf nound, either East or West has exaggerated his values. You have nine poin'-S In high cards partner has at least 13 which gives your lide a decided edge In high card utreneth. Once you have announced your approx- imate values partner should he mhle to issess the situation If ont the adversaries should attempt escape. Part of s to short loss by pass- ;nij three diamonds. And v.-l.n perhaps f.-vn make H. Incidentally, we would have n rchjd of t-i i spades after partner's two diamond bid. Q. 5 N'eilher zs South you hold: AK9742 OAJ9G The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 A Pass 2 NT Pass What do you bid now? until hypothermia brought the' prcdicUibJc complication, temperature down. To .sue is one tiling to win Needless to say, Mr. Lamb, is another. To win you should this wrs a terrible blow. We j be able to prove negligence think it was the fault of the; and that might not be possible. doctor. Please write in your j If (lie procedure is a common column what you think. We one and all the usual precau- are of modest means and law-: Irons were followed and still yers are so expensive. We feel the accident occurred it would we have a good case against! be difficult to say the doctor the hospital. was wrong. Can 1 as a mother do any-1 Many medical societies have thing about it? His wife has re- a grievance committee where married. She is a very sweet patients can ask the society to girl and she docs not want to' look into problem situations, sue, but my son keeps talking This is usually a good idea bc- to me in my dreams and I feel: fore doing anything else. It 1 must do something. i might help you to understand The only reason I want to sue what happened. In truth though is to insure the baby of a good since your son was married, it education and a better life. It would be the wife's primary might help protect some other' concern. HAVE YOU CONSIPEREP SUING- YOUR PAREN15? BLONDIE-By Chic Young Anted hand the sliould not be to a possible game con- tract in spades nr.d the suggested call Is three If partner returns to three no trump, A rebid of spados should nut he considtred with a iuit (his weak. Q. South, x-ulnerable, you hold: