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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Monday, July 26, 1971 Crew a study in contrast HCklSTON (AP) The three Apollo 15 astronauts arc a study in contrast: There's an all- America n military man; a qmet, reserved plumber's son; a mod-dressing, fast-talking bachelor. Col. David Randolph S'cott, 39-year-old com m a n d e r of Apollo 15, is an air force gen- eral's son who has aimed at a military career since boyhood. The six-foot tall, blue-eyed spaceman was bom on a mili- tary base, got his middle name from an' air force base and spent his boyhood in military schools. Scott graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.H., fifth in a class of 633 in 1954. He took his commis- Saigon hero presidential candidate SAIGON (AP) Retired Gen. Duong Van (Big) Minh today became the third candidate for the presidency of South Viet- nam. The 56-year-old hero of the coup that overthrew President Ngo Dinh Diem also made his candidacy conditional on Presi- dent Nguyen Van Thieu not trying to rig the election Oct. 3, saying: "I would ask the people to leave me an escape if I see that the elections are not clean. I would ask the people again to pardon me and permit me to withdraw." Thieu formally announced Saturday he will seek a second four-year term, and Vice-Presi- dent Nguyen Cao Ky declared himself a candidate several weeks ago. Minn's running mate will be Ho Van Minh, 35-year-old dep- uty speaker of the House of Representatives and a leading member of the lower house's anti-Tnieu bloc. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Bontol Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 sion in the air force and became a jet pilot. The" air force selected him for advanced schooling and Scott earned two master's degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He graduated at the top of his class at the air force test pilot I school and was snapped up by ihe space agency for astronaut training. Four killed in Alberta accidents By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least four persons were killed accidentally In Alberta during the weekend, all in traf- fic. Kenneth Albert Strap, 19, and Kathleen Elizabeth Harris, both of Edmonton, were killed when struck by a car they were attempting to wave down on Highway 39, about 30 miles southwest of Edmonton. Allister E. Longmuir, 41, of Vancouver was killed in a two- car crash in northwest Cal- gary. Mark Edmund MacDonald, three-week-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George MacDonald of Ed- monton, was killed Friday in a three-car crash near Airdrie. 12 miles north of Calgary. The pile-up was blamed on a wind and hail storm. Monorail mishap injures 27 at Seattle SEATTLE (AP) Twenty- seven persons were injured Sun- day when a train on Seattle's monorail to carry passengers front down- town to the city's 1962 world fair into a steel girder. The accident occurred at the monorail terminal at the Seattle Centre, a system of exhibits, shops and amusements which now occupks the fair site. Most of the injured suffered facial lacerations or fractures, 1 hospital officials reported. Scott demonstrated his coo] on Gemini 8 in 1966 when the spacecraft went out of control. He and astronaut Neil Arm- strong, who later became the firs', man on the moon, regained control and brought it to a safe emergency landing. In 1969, Scott was command module pilot of Apollo 9 and was the first astronaut to fly alone in the Apollo command ship. S'cott is married to the former Ann Lurton Ott of San Antonio. They have two children, Tracy, 10, and Douglas, 7. James B. Irwin, 41-year-old lunar module pilot, survived a near fatal airplane crash in 1S61 to win later selection as an as- tronaut. Apollo 15 is the first space flight for the air force lieuten- ant-colonel. The son of a plumber, Irwin grew up in Salt Lake City, at- tended the U.S. Naval Academy and took his commission in the air force. He became a jet pilot and later graduated from the test pilot school. In the 1961 accident, Irwin broke both legs, his jaw and suffered a severe concussion. The accident "kind of wiped me he says. "I never ex- pected I'd ever be able to qual- ify for the astronaut program." But he recovered and was se- lected in 1966. Iiwin is married to the for- mer Mary Ellen Monroe of Cor- vallis, Ore. They have four chil- dren, Joy, 11, Jill, 10, James, 8, and Jan, 6. The astronaut, who stands five-foot-eight is a quiet, re- served man who favors dark suits and colorful shirts. COMMANDO CAPTURED An Arab guerrilla, blind- folded with newspaper and bandages, is shown shortly after being captured by Israeli troops. He was one of the many guerrillas caught after fleeing from Jordan to Israel as the Jordan army pressed its mop-up of the com- mandos who for months have been trying to overthrow King Hussein. New disease affects taste and smell CHICAGO (AP) Four doctors report they have dis- covered a new disease that af- :ecls patients' senses of taste and smell and makes food taste like sawdust for sufferers. The disease, said to be pre- viously unrecognized, is re- ported in the July 2G issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. The four doctors, from the National Institute of Health, in Bethesda, Md., have examined 35 patients suffering from the disease. It's called "icliopathic which means a de- creased sense of taste, and its cause is unknown. The physicians, Drs. Robert I. Henkin, Paul J. Schecter, Robert Hoye and Carl F. T. Mtttern, report that they know o! about patients with, the disease. Symptoms include decreased ability to smell, which may be accompanied by unpleasant and perverted sense of taste and smell. Other symptoms are persis- tent sensations of saltiness, sweetness, sourness, bitterness or metallic tastes, even when food is not present; sensations of persistent foul odor; hearing loss; a sensation of movement; and unexplained pressure. high blood The researchers say the dis- ease causes great psychologi- cal distress among patients suffering from it, and that often physicians refer the patients to psychiatrists because they fail in recognize the cause of their emotional problem. Among the patients studied, ranging in age from 34 to 611 years, the problem has per sisted for four months to years, with an average of 2.ii years. The persistence of the symp- toms without relief or hope of relief resulted in loss of appe- tite and up to 50 pounds severe depression and suicidal thoughts, the doc- tors report. Some even had to give up their employment. The researchers reported that the symptoms of the dis- ease appeared most often after a respiratory tract illness. Oth- er patients had influenza or surgical procedures not related to the nose, mouth or throat. In 15 patients no preceding event could be traced. Some patients reported that eating was similar to chewing and swallowing flour paste or sawdust. Twenty-eight of the or to distinguish fresh from spoiled foods. Patients also reported being unable to detect the odor of escaping gas from heating or cooking appliances. The researchers found struc- tural changes in the taste buds of the patients. They treated the disease with oral doses of zinc sulphate and found that it improved the patients' ability to tas'e and smell. A CLEARING HOUSE TORONTO (CP) A new central university admissions "clearing house" next June will mean prospective students will have to fill out only one form when they apply to any of On- tario's 16 universities. The ap- plicants need list only the names of three universities they want to attend. If the applicant isn't admitted to any of his three choices, the centres will put him in touch with other uni- versities where openings still re- main. tients reported ity to smell along with the loss of taste. The patients were un- able to detect ar'oma from food HOW TO GET BIG MONEY OUT OF YOUR HOUSE WITHOUT SELLING IT Come to Avco Financial Services. If you own a home, paid for or not, you may borrow or more at Avco based on the equity in your home. And you can use the money anywayyouwantto. For home remodelling or other improvements... to refurnish your home... for investments.. .you name it. You'll be surprised how low your monthly payments may be. 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Election Confirmed PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. judicial recount for he Saskatchewan constituency Prince Albert West Satur- day confirmed the election of ormer deputy premier D. G. feuart. The official count gave Mr. Steuart the seat with a margin of 44 votes over New Democrat Dr. 0. K. Hjertaas. The recount was completed Friday evening and at Satur- day's session, Judge John Maher heard a number of per- sons who had been subpoenaed o appear at the recount to con- 'irm their eligibility to vote. One person was ruled ineli- gible. Results after the election June 23 gave Mr. Steuart votes with to Dr. Hjertaas. 'Crisis Centre' needed now says CMHA man CALGARY (CP) The city needs a 24-hour "crisis centre" to help people in emotional or psychological distress, says Ron Lajeunesse, Calgary exec- utive officer of the Canadian Mental Health Association. In a brief to the city social service committee, he said a round-the-clock centre is essen- tial for an expanding city where facilities are not meeting the need. Social workers say a new centre would be unnecessary because the job is being ade- quately done. Earlier, representatives of private welfare agencies in Cal- gary urged establishment of the service, but were told the idea would be considered fur- ther, likely within a month. Hedges his bets on sex of Imby TORONTO (CP) Self- styled clairvoyant Elias Mallett, who claims he cor- rectly predicted Prime Min- ister Trudeau's marriage earlier this year, says Mar- garet Trudeau will have a baby boy in December. II o w e v e r, Mr. Mallett hedged his bets by saying "there's a slight tendency towards a daughter as well." Living costs push Nixon on inflation WASHINGTON (AP) A sharp rise in the cost of living las put new pressure on Presi- dent Nixon to toughen his anti- .nflation policies without resort- ing to wage and price controls. Consumer prices rose six- tenths of one per cent in June, the labor department said Fri- day, the sharpest one-month ad- vance in more than a year. On top of another big rise in the cost-of-living index in May, the June increase gave rise to new fears among government economists that inflation is ac- celerating, after some modera- tion early this year. But Nixon up to now has re- jected calls from bolh inside and outside government to pul his administration behind full-scale "incomes policy" thai would simply imply more direct White House intervention in wage and price decisions. Friday, Arthur F. Burns, chairman of the Federal Re- serve Board, renewed the call saying the administration should establish a wage and price review board to combat what Burns called an "unac ceptable and dangerous" rate o: inflation. Labor Secretary James D Hodgson said he doubted tha Nixon would change his eco- nomic policies. BABY BOOM ANDOVER, England (AP) The population explosion ha? 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