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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, July 21, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Your birthday today: Eight or nine months of preparation are ahead, then about seven months of well earned ma- terialization. Your senses of adequacy and security follow these cycles and develop dra- matically when the time comes. Sets of selected ob- jects help you prepare for long term cycles of chang- ing living conditions. Today's natives are collectors. In some cases they may scatter their own and others' resources in order to save their collections. ARIES (march 21 April Your progress runs into a tem- porary snag. Seek quietly to learn the causes and ask for help from somebody of suffi- cient authority. It might be your own fault, to begin with. TAURUS (April 20 May People of greater influence tend to go along with your sugges- tion while people with less pow- er tend to resist. Make all the THE DOCTOR SAYS Take These Precautions To Cut Home Burns By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. progress you can. Enjoy good music in the evening. GEMINI (May 21 June Matters continue with no sei'i- ous problems. Get an early start, allow for some scattering of energy. The evening brings a chance to enjoy yourself. CANCER (June 21 July With normal care in travel and a bit more tact with relatives, you can settle personal plans for the near future. You can learn a great deal, if you will. LEO (July 23 Aug. Discussions fill the day, and you have much on your mind. Your opinions are well respect- ed. Top it all off with party. good Burns in the home con tinue to claim thousands of vie tims annually. Most of thes accidents are caused by ovei heating cooking oil or wearin flammable fabrics around open fire. To prevent the former yo should 1) always heat cookin 'No-Knock' Provision Defended WASHINGTON CAP) Attor ney-General John N. Mitchel defended today "no-knock" pro- posals in criminal legislation denying that they would allow policemen on their own to enter homes unannounced whenever they saw fit. Mitchell told the House Representatives ways am means committee, opening hearings on drug legislation that "no-knock" has become one of the catch phrases that "may often lead to erroneous conclusions or opinions on be- half of our might add, by many newsmen." A no-knock provision in the proposed Omnibus Crime Bill for the District of Columbia cur- rently is tying up that legisla- tion in controversy in the Sen- ate. Mitchell said: "Under the no- knock rule an agent may enter a persons's premises without announcing his authority and purpose only if he has obtained a search warrant from a judge and the judge has been per- suaded there is probabls cause that evidence will be quickly and easily destroyed or that there is a danger to life and limb of the agent. "I would remind you we are dealing with clever and ruthless drug peddlers, who have no hes- itation about taking the life of an agent." oil slowly; 2) cut down the heat at the first sign the oil is smok- ing; 3) keep a pan lid handy so that, if the oil bursts into flame, you can cover it quick- ly; 4) never turn your back on a pan of heat ing oil and 5) never take potatoes out of wa- ter and toss them into hot oil. You should dry them first be- cause water will cause hot oil to splatter or explode. As for fabrics, the most flam- mable are cotton and rayon. Linen catches fire easily but the flame is readily extingush- ed. Three new fabrics that are guaranteed to be fire-resistant Teklan and have been developed. Whether or not they will become popu- lar will. depend on whether a demand is created by an alert and safety-conscious public. Q I am trying to lose weight. My doctor has pre- scribed .vitamins. My friends all say they will make me gain weight. What do you think? A Vitamins in themselves will cause neither a gain nor a loss of weight. Some doctors irescribe vitamin supplements or persons whose reducing diet s deficient in certain vitamins. Q Can a woman in her ate 40s with arthritis donate kidney to a relative for trans- VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Competition for attention is keen today. Good manners are your best bet have your facts and figures well organized. If you are crowded out, tomorrow will be better. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Proceed step by step against whatever opposition presents it- self. Unnecessary discus s i o n sets up side issues, time-wast- ing repetitions. Seek a change of scene tonight. By Jeaiie Dixon SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Strangers arc helpful as buffers between you and people who know you too well. Tact gets you past the crisis and lets you use your intuition. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. You now attract unexpect- ed help in finding a balance be- tween your private needs and your career efforts. Even finan- cial backing is possible. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Resolve to settle all differ- ences, to make peace and to keep it. Put in a full day of solid effort. The evening will be pleasant. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Personal attention is the only approach that works now money and the uses of it. Concentrate on improving your efficiency in earning what you need. PISCES (Feb. 19 March The early hours provide just enough stir to provoke your at- tention. Once started, this should be a rather easy day. Allow some time for medita- tion. 1970, Newsday, Inc. IF YOU THINK ABOUT SCWETHIN6 AT THREE O'CLOCK IN THE AUKNIN6 AND THEN A6AIN AT NOON THE NEXT W, 6ET DIFFERENT ANSWERS. MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laldman Family Doctors Receive Advice NOW THAT AH THE SIGNINGS DONE. NOW IrlATALLTrlE F'ENS HAVE BEEN HSTOIBUTED. NOW! WE WILL PUT ON THE.. NOT AGAIN! THEY'RE 1 ALWAYS PVmtf MEONI Chic Young lant? A Because with one kid- ey gone you would lose your actor of safety, most sur- eons prefer to get kidneys for ransplant from a person who as just died. The ideal kidney onor is under 40 and in good ealth. Persons whose arthritis s associated with gout, lupus, solyarteritis or psoriasis should ot be used as donors. Q What is Sparine given or and what are its side ef- ects? A Promazine a rescription drug, is given to ontrol nausea and as a tran- uilizer. The' side effects in- ude drowsiness, dizziness and dryness of the mouth. In per- ms with hardening of the irteries or a high blood pres- ure it must be given with eau- on. Low Sulphur Oil Shortage Forecast NEW YORK Rising concern over the air polmtioi coupled with the oil industry' underestimation of demand wil create a shortage of low-sulphur residual fuel oil in the Unitec States this winter, industry sources say. Residual fuel heavy oil left over after aviation fuel gasoline and higher-grade prod ucts have been refined from crude used by electric utilities to power generators which produce electricity. It is New Plastic Disintegrates 111 Sunlight BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) A team of British scien- tists said here they have solved a major pollution prob- lem with discovery of a special- ly-treated, self-destroying plas- tic. Prof. Gerald Scott of Birming- ham University's chemistry de- partment said the plastic was impregnated with a special dye, sensitive to ultraviolet rays. "It works rather like the ac- tion of sunlight on chemical dyes in fade first and then gradually Scott told a reporter. He said plastic disposable containers could be coated with the dye to turn into dust when discarded. His team estimates that tons of plastic are dumped throughout Britain every year. By 1980, Britain's beaches and beauty spots will be spoiled by tons of the material. also used to power industrial plants and to heat schools, hos- pitals and office and apartment buildings. What might this shortage mean? First, higher electric rates. Many utilities have fuel adjust- ment clauses which allow for rate increases when fuel prices rise. Second, industries which can't get sufficient supplies of low- sulphur oil may be forced to choose between shutting down or using a high-sulphur fuel and risking fines, an oil industry source points out. Third, municipalities faced with a choice between factory shut-downs and clear air may be forced to suspend low-sul- phur limitations of clean air laws. CAUGHT LOOKING Industry observers say the spread with which many munic- palities enacted strict air polu- ion regulations caught the pe- industry unprepared. The regulations limit the amount of sulphur in fuel. Their purpose is to cut down on sul- fur-dioxide, which is given off during the burning process. One result is that many utili- ies and industries which were turning coal had to find another nergy source. Another is that many utilities and industries ising residual fuel oil had to hange to oil with less sulphur. The supply of residual fuel oil, says Oil Daily, has been declin- ing. In mid-June supplies to- talled about barrels, a decline of 23.4 per cent from the supply in Juno, 1869. The shortage has led many concerns to buy oil from abroad. At the same time the shortage has resulted in a clamor for relaxed restrictiono. HALIFAX (CP) Famil doctors were advised Monday t give more thought to the pract cal problem of their patients such as cost and difficulty preparation of special diets. The advice came from young nutritionist, Dolo Aucoi of the Victorian Order o Nurses, at the annual meetin of the College of Family Physi cians of Canada. "I feel a lot of physicians jus don't know we are she said in urging them to maki better use of the special knowl edge and practical experiences of nutritionists and other medi cal support professions. She suggested too few doctors realize that inadequate labelling of the food items in su- permarkets creates serious problems for patients on thera peutic diets. So do income limitations anc the general life style of the pa- tients. Diets that are not economi- cally practical are not going ta be followed by patients. Equally unsuccessful will be diets that create too great a strain on the facilities to prepare the food or on the patient who works unu- sual hours or carries his lunch. HEAET PATIENTS LEAD Miss Aucoin spoke at sessions dealing with stroke and heart disease at which a VON col- league, Constance Swinton of Ottawa, assistant director of the organization's education and projects branch, said more than 50 per cent of the service's vis- visits last year- were to cardiovascular patients. Miss Swinton said many so- cial and emotional problems of these persons on returning to their home situation after hospi- tal discharge receive less atten- tion from medical authorities than they should. Dr. R. N. Anderson, a cardiol- ogist and professor at Dalhousie University medical school, urged that doctors treat patients as though they had suffered a heart attack when they were found to have some heart trou- ble indication. Three-quarters of heart attack deaths occurred in the first 48 to 72 hours of the onset of the attack so that it was best to as- sume a heart attack and treat accordingly while awaiting test results that would provide more precise information about the nature of the heart problem. HERE COME THE GHASTl-EYS-SHES AN OFFICER II THE WOMEN'S LIBERATION MOVEMENT ANYTHING HE HIM -7-21 BEETLE Mort Walker Forest Fire Partially Controlled EDSON (CP) A forest fire which burned over more than acres in the Edson forest district was brought under par- tial control during the week- end. Forest superintendent John Benson said today that the fire was being fought by 175 fire- "ighters assisted by three heli- copters, six water bombers and en bulldozers'. The situation was helped by cloudy weather during the veekend and one of the heli- :opters was released and sent o help fight fires in the Foot- ner Lake district. The fire is situated on the edge of a pulpwood lease in ommercially valuable timber, G5 miles west of Edmonton. PORN rr's TIME FOB .ALL THE MEM LEFT AMP AMP I'M OUT LI'L Al Capp VJE'LL-GIVEHEROWE OF THE TRADITION AL iMUSTSEEl THEM.V.I'M A .VECHIE-By Bob Montana Layman Named VATICAN CITY (AP) Fe- erico Alessandrini, deputy irector of the Vatican daily ewspaper L'Osservatore Ro- aano, was appointed head of le Vatican press office today, e is the first layman ever ap- ointed to the post. GOREN ON BRIDGE DADW JUST HATES TO WAFT JTO TEE TO START AT HI AND Dik BT CHARLES H. GOREN 19 1WI: by Tlw chkHO Trlfeml Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A 108743 S7J9 063 A372 WEST EAST A VQIOS1J (78751 OKQS542 Q64 SOUTH OAT K1033 The bidding: South West North East 1 A Pass 2 A 30 4 A "Pass Pass Pass Opening Jack of 0 In order to eliminate one of Ms losers, South, the declarer at lour spades, had to end play each of his opponents in turn. West opened the jack of diamonds and South played the ace. Prospects were not very bright, for it appeared that declarer must lose two trump tricks, one diamond, find one club. South decided barring some unexpectedly fortuitous distribution in clubs, such as one defender holding a dou- blcton his best chance to eliminate a loser was to induce the opposition to lead clubs ior him, In order to begin a strip- ping cashed ths ace and king of hearts. With that suit eliminated as a safe exit, he turned the ball over the viiier side by leading tttc sewn of diamonds. West played the ten and East overtook wi'h the queen to cash the ace spades, so that he could not be thrown in again subsequently. East was reluctant to open up the club suit, so he returned a third round of diamonds which proved to be the best defense, even tho South was presented the opportunity to niff in dummy he discarded a club from his hand. The one shift did not yet eliminate his club loser, so declarer exited with a trump time saddling West with the lead. West could not get out with a heart, for another ruff and staff would be fatal, so ha shifted to a club. The deuce was played from dummy, East put up the jack and South won with the king. On the return, South was able to take a successful finesse against West's queen. The club suit was brought in without casually and declarer scored 10 tricks. Observe that unless Sooth lakes full advantage of the block in the trump suit, he will not be successful. If no attempts to lead spades be- fore the diamond, East can put his partner in by under- leading the king, queen of diamonds, thereby giving West a chance to cash the king of spades. The exit in hearts or diamonds, presents declarer with a ruff and discard, however he is now saddled with the lead and must eventually play which will assure West of the opportunity to score the jet- ting Uick with the mieen... IM STARVINS, MOM...CAN'T i HAVE JUST ONE CHOCOLATE CREAM COOKIE? NOW I KNOW WW THERS'5 THREE MEALS A DAY- SOfe EVERV TIME A KID AsKs FDR A MOMS CAN SAY IT'S TOO CLOSE TO SCWETHMS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal THIS IS A HECK OP A WAV TO TRY TO. BUGS BUNNY ...SO THERE I WAS SIT- TING UNDER THE DRYER ...AMD WHEN SHE _ SAID THAT... ...YOU CAW IMAGINE HOW I FELT... BLA-YAK-8LA... ;