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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta R _ 7HI irrHMIDOl HWAIO Mondoy, July 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE TUESDAY, JULY 7 Your birthday today: Seek expansion in your career this year. A diversity of opportu- nity exists; at limes the prob- lem is one of selection, at oth- er times it is a matter of no- ticing a new direction. Your aptitude for making money comes into a phase of im- provement with f a i r 1 y fre- quent moments of cri t i c a 1 testing. Today's natives are of three main types: quiet and good at; writing and advertising; or making money. Seldom do they com- bine all three talents. AMES (March 21 April Circumstances are not quite what they may seem. The af- ternoon and evening bring sur- THE WELL CHILD Hazards Involved Iii Going Barefoot By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Going barefoot is a thrill for most youngsters but thousands of them have suffered severe burns on their feet by step- ping on coals dumped from an outdoor barbecue grill. They University Lecturers Criticised EDMONTON sity lecturers who do not show ror a staphylococcal infec- up for classes or who speak tion as revealed by a stool English so poorly that students culture. He has been treated cannot understand them came onee a week for this but still under criticism from the uni- nas the fever. What do you ad- can even get a painful burn by stepping on the hot pavement at noon on a sunny summer day. Broken glass, sharp stones or cinders, tacks, nails and jagged tin are lavishly and thoughtlessly distributed in our 'environment. For these rea- sons, your toddler should not go barefoot unless you can watch him every minute, and your older child should not go barefoot unless he thoroughly understands the hazards in- volved. Our son, four, has had a fever for two years. Most of the time it is 100.6 by rectum. A thorough checkup in tile hospital was negative except versity's board of governors. The board referred both to A A temperature of 100.6 the general faculty council and rectally (99.6 by m o u t h) have asked for further reports. jsnn mucn 0{ a fever and, in Chairman Dr. J. E. Bradley a child who appears to be said later that board members healthy, it may be entirely nor- get feedback from the public mal. The finding of sta- prises, perhaps startling news. Pause before plunging into ac- tion. TAURUS (Apr! 120-May Expect considerableconfusion, monetary conflicts in the early hours. Your serene approach works everytliing out. Double- check anything that is not clear. GEMINI (May 21 June With everybody a little off schedule, see that you are no farther off Ulan others. Watch what you take into your sys- tem, avoiding excesses. Eve- ning hours improve. CANCER (June 21 July A late start is just as well if you can get away with it. If you must start early, proceed with caution. Creative imagina- tion brings more than you can cover. Make copious notes. LEO (July 23 Aug. The information available is apt to be taken out of context. Better perspective comes as you calm- ly continue working along pre- viously planned lines. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Squabbles are easily stirred up over trivial matters. Creative projects are strongly favored; in your concentration a bright idea pops up suddenly. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Confidential distance between schemes look good but don't By Jeaue Dixoii know very well. Fanctfu schemes look good but don live up to their promise. SCOItl'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Prepare for unusual conditions at home and work. Listen an1 wait rather than leap to pos tions which turn out later to be untenable. Stick to ordinary rou tines. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc The temptation is to create a rainbow, then go seeking tly pot of gold. Associates may he whimsical, full of humor. Havi a good laugh. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan The less you rearrange matters, the better. Listen te opinions, encourage everybody to talk more you may notice something which you might or dinarily miss. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fob Depend on your own re- sources, do your own research ing. Any trifle mil serve for an argument. Expert m e n t schemes are not favored at the moment. 19 March Seek a balance between various contending factors. There is much to learn by listening; re- frain from comment until after you've slept on it. 1970, Newsday, Inc. Changes Forecast In Dental Care WINNIPEG (CP) Science practice, and much of the work is learning so much about oral done will be periodontic, tha: biology and new possibilities is, it will deal with the for dental care that "the en- said Dr. Bashkar. tire field of dentistry could un- Teeth now can be removec dergo revolutionary change to allow dental work on the root within the next five or six Dr. Surindar N. Bash- and around tile bone slmctiire surrounding them and then re- out tnese prooiems. Board members gave in me siuoi may well be an unrelated finding. said i uiem dim ic-planted and splinted until they es of complaints about be easily eliminated Bashkar, as firm as ever in the pa ructurs who failed to weeks of appropriate of Uie United gums, Dr1. Louis Gross r four classes in a Institute of Dental of Pittsburgh, Penn., said tVfirnGr Sclimitt sraduate you check your in Washington, Grossman also describe! nt repress ntcitivs ssid you should do the Canadian Dental new method of fastening loose nts mid tttxpHVGrs who after he has been convention here with the use of chrome bute to the salaries of 30 minutes. Normal this change is a result alloy nails in much the ofessors were being raises a child's oral explosive increase in way as in orthopedic hip it he added that he would to 100 or dentist's work load repairs, and becominj art to see academic Our son, nine, has popular with dentists ant professors infringed upon ear infections people now are check in, punch clock When he was three to preserve their teeth, said the nerve of a tooth a loss of hearing. Is and even now only is first removed, with The meeting was the first en meeting of the board. Rep-sentatives from university dies and press were for him to outgrow this tendency to ear infections? A He will not out grow his infections but, if drainage per cent of North Americans see a dentist regularly. Dr. Bashkar said fulltime U.S. Army dentists have nail inserted after. Winnipeg dentist Dr. Samua B o f d e n said increasing num bers of dentists now are treat- vigorous treatment with antibiotics, a cure s h o u 1 d be possible. After that, he will have to avoid swimming patients a year, each man requiring an average eight hours work to reach an optimum standard of dental mouth cankers, thought to be unbeatable until recently. Dr. Borden said treatment is with special mouthwashes FIREPLANE Corsica (Reuters) Canadian-built firefighting ane crashed near here anything in his ear to clean the canal. Whenever he gets a cold, he will have developments now in research or clinical testing were described by Dr. on prescription, ahc with new glue like coating materials that stick to inoutli sur- e weekend while fighting a fire. Only three days ago a president of Canadair prompt treatment to keep the eustachian tubes open. He will bs hotter off to give up Amedical spray that will seal open surgical wounds for several hours and kil pain from the sores. These are particularly helpful during unced the sale of a 10th fire-hting plane to the of travelling by air. If his hearing does not mouth for up to seven days is being developed, he said. and on going to sleep at night, he added. peels away only as snouiQ wear a nearmg heals, thus never any open gum tissue to saliva or Teachers GOREN ON new synthetic suture BY CHARLES H. would make return Courses im.- lr TH Ctkm TlMnl ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ J-Witb both sides vnl-derabte, as South you bidding has proceeded: South West Norti East I Pass Puss Pass 2A stitches pulled unnecessary. The material dissolves after periods from three days to three months, depending on (CP) An estimated Alberta teachers are expected to take summer The bidding Jus proceeded: Serauj West North do you bid now? This looks like used. Dr. Bashkar described a at the University of Alberta, Dr. S. C. T. Clarke, di- I V Pass I z misfit and. one more surgical of summer sessions for get yau which growths, such as university, said here. What da you hid In the Unhid xuits, can be solidified Clarke said that Double, year hand: Deems unsound, for reducing danger took summer courses produce! at least the defensive fcoofc: and no place to develop mouth or throat the university last year. thine partner cm add will S Neither 250 instructors will so much gravy. A big South you of the future classes in 220 different trump. C-KQJ97 be multiple said Of. Clarke. bidding has Q. South, West North you hold: 0 Pass 1 First The bidding has proceeded do yon lid North East Sontb West Pass 24. Pass Z V Pass This Is close call between two no trump and two with ft Slight preference for former. This band falls ai Begins What do you bid ct the texthooic A. Three diamonds. An jnediate Jump to four Joe the jump rebid In no trump {19 but 5t (CP) The buses will run on an does not da fuu to thli holding which it worth IT points In support of hearts. By Jnifclnff m forcing bid la diamonds jna following it tip Trim m the compensating; feature! ot a good five card cult plug tte fitting Q-W In partner's tniit. Q. As South, a bus service in Canada begins today in the Bay Ridges Frenchman's Bay area, about 15 miles basis for five or six months to test public acceptance and operating performance. If successful, the Taba partner jet comt plclure iwr hold: 47 S C'AKS63 OAQ38 here. The service will will be extended to other areas as part of the 0. s-East-West vulatntle, es South you bidding ias proceeded North East Sooth to Toronto to book a place on one. of the of Ontario transit expansion program. 4A83 Past 1 Md five clubs. With i Inllbl ovcrcall In wever. >ou can conveniently bij (our arn] offrr part- ner t cfioua of level berta facility of law. Ite succeeds Dr. Gerald La Forrest who resigned lo be- come senior advisor on law to Prime Minister Trudeau. Prof. Fridman, 41. joined the university's faculty in 1968. Be- fore moving to Edmonton, he was professor of law at the University if Sheffield, Eng- land. He is author of four books and numerous articles on law. lie .studied law at Oxford and also holds a master of law de- gree from the University of Adelaide, South Australia. trolled monster which had de- voured acres of forest. The fire was believed to have been under control Saturday af- ternoon but gusting winds fan- ned the flames out of the reach of 36 firefighters. Wood Buffalo Park straddles the Alberta Northwest Terri- tories border and is the nest- ing ground for the rare whoop- ing crane. However, officials emphasized tlir.1. the fire is considerable dis- lance from the nesting grounds lie birds are in no dagger, SHORT HIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY NOTHING CAN HAPPSM (TO MS TODAY! I'M "THE fVjVr eWtyONE IN THE i >SL ELEVATOR! Too] fifi'i SIXTH HAVE A MCE YOU, FUDPSY; ;