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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON J TUKSDAV, JUNK L' Your birthday today: Stiff- er competition is coming your way. Achievement must come from improved skills and inner resolve instead of outside help. There will be moments of crisis when everything binges on your de- cision. Well established rela- tionships deepen under this year's stress; r.ecent friend- ships do not weather so well. Today's na'.ives are alert, logical and, where the details of individual horoscope are difficult, critical. AHIES (March 21-Anril Work goes smoother. Despite the inclination to drift into a decision, stay with matters and se.e that they get done properly. TAURUS (April 20-May .Find activities that require little or no close co-operation with others. Keep all eon'act simple. Watch details closely- just skip the extra talk about them. GEMINI (Way 21-Jinie Expect resistance to your arrangements; some people are tardy, others fail to under- stand. A continued calm ap- proach produces better results. CANCER (June 21-July Complicated schemes become disjointed today. Any serious decision should wait until you have slept on it. Keep things straightforward. LEO (July 23 Aug. Set some order of importance on your projects and concen- trate on what is most feasible now. If you can't spend the eve- ning alone in reflection, make a complete change and light diversion. VIIIGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Attend to practical matters as soon as possible, with an early start and all due dilidenee. In the evening relax and let well enough alone. LI II It A (Sept. Your talents are more effec- tively put to use near home. There is a considerable range of tedious detail which you must somehow master before you are free to expand. SCOHPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. For once your practicality is at a low ebb. Get help for any- thing except purely persona] problems. The latter will come out right side up with further mediliation. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Your health and work con- ditions take a turn for the better. Some of your close ac- quaintances may unwittingly upset plans in the afternoon and evening. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Put your brain to work early, get as much done as conditions permit. The harder you push in the later hours, however, the more confusion develops. A sense of humor is helpful. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Home and property need your attention today, but, make no changes of habits or plans this evening just enjoy all you have exactly as is. PISCES (Feb. 19 -Mareli Wait for the full story before taking action, as there is much yet to be disclosed. The evening news is likely be misleading. 1970, Newsday, Inc. THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Too Much Sun, Can Cause Skin By WAVNK 0. BIUNDSTADT. Written for EiiUi'rprisos Assn. Monday, June 1, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Q What arc the benefits I nil the vitamin D you need. So, ami the harmful effects of a I much for the benefits. The I AM.MAI.S sunlamp? Is it necessary to j ultraviolet rays from cither wear goggles when using 'one? source are the chief cause of premature aging (wrinkles and j thickening) of the skin and skin! cancer. Your eyes should be j shielded from direct exposure i to these rays because they will j irritate your retinas and in stif- j ficienl quantity can cause i blindness. Q Is there a home remedy that will protect mv skin from the sun? Will baby oil mixed iodine cr an antihislamJjie do this? I am tired cf expensive commercial lotions. A 1 know of no home rem- edy for this purpose. Baby oil. iodine or a mixture cf the- two will not prevent a sunburn or foster a Sim tan. The same may A Exposure of your hands and face to Hie sun or a sun- lamp for 10 minutes a day will cause your body to synthesize Director: Streisand No Problem HOLLYWOOD (AP) Direc- tors, like certain actors, can get typed in the public mind. John Ford, for example, is known be said of aniiliislamiiies. chiefly as a maker of classic i Q How can 1 get rid of Westerns, even though he also j blotchy sun tan on my face? directed such films as The In-: 1 have tried tan prevention former, Grapes of Wrath and creams hut to no avail. How Green Was My Valley. A Prevention is the best So it is with Vincente Min- j Wear a wicie- nelli. He has directed such di-1 brimmed hat while m the sun. 7 out of uie sun bc-iween tna vergent movies as Father of the Bride, The' Bad and the Beautiful and Lust for Life, yet hs is considered to be a di- rector of musicals. That's only natural. He has made some of the best: Meet Me in St. Louis, An American in Paris, Bandwagon and Gigi. Paramount is s'oon premier- ing a new Minnelli musical. On A Clear Day You Can See For- ever, and he'll no doubt be fur- ther typed. "People tend to for get that. hours of tl a.m. and 4 p.m. Sol- bar is an excellent sun screen thai requires no prescription. You must avoid getting it in your eyes. Q I have heard that some sun-tan lotions can cause skin cancer. Is tliis true? A No. Oi.herwi.se. the Food and Drug Administration would not permit their sale. The sun's rays in excessive amounts, however, will cause skin can- cer but, since the FDA has no ,'--W I GUESS THERE IS SOMETHING TO THIS GENERATION GAP TALK, AFTER All......... BLONOlE-Bj Chic Young BEETLE Wort Walker Hopes Hudson Bay Stock Will Attract Canadians LONDON (CP) Financier i ter flying for recreation, comes George T. Richardson, newly-: from a family long associated appointed deputy governor of i with the Canadian West. Based Hudson's Bay Co.. flies home Jin Winnipeg, he is president of today with the hope that the j the well-known financial firm of company's shift of operations to James Richardson and Sons contTolover tn protective I ve done more non-musicals, j are up to tne Individ- he remarks. ua[ A JOY' On a Clear Day stars Barbra Streisand and Yves Montand. During her brief film Winnipeg will result "in a sub- stantial increase" in its stock ownership by Canadians. When the stock is expressed in dollars rather than sterling, it should be more attractive to Canadians who currently hold only eight per cent of the com- pany's capital, Richardson added in an interview before leaving London. Hudson's Bay, a 300-year-old enterprise reflecting the history of Canadian industrial growth, will be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The decision to transfer "The Bay" to Canada was approved by shareholders Thursday and new charters granted by the Queen Friday. Appointmentment of Richard- son, 45, to fill the long-vacant role of deputy governor adds to the new Canadian look for the old company. Viscount Amory, 70, the present governor, plans to retire within a year and all indications point to Richardson becoming the first Canad.'an governor. ROOTS IN WEST The tall, tanned executive, who enjoys hunting and helicop- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Ltd. He also is senior partner in! Richardson Securities of Can- ada, chairman of the Great- West Life Assurance Co., a director and executive member of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and a director of tlie International Nickel Co. of; Canada Ltd. Richardson figures that all the activities before him, he'll still have plenty of time to devote to "The Bay." Married and father of two boys and two girls, Richardson is the brother of Canadian Sup- plies Minister James Richard- son. Educated in Winnipeg, the new deputy governor graduated from the University of Manitoba with a commerce degree in 1946 and immediately joined the family firm. He became com- pany president in 1966. Q What is Sjogren's syn- drome? Can it be cured? A This syndrome is char- career, j acterixed by dry eves, dry Miss Streisand had already j nnmth and arthritis. It is seen earned a reputation as a star chiefly in women who are past who directs directors. Minnelli 140. Aithoueh there Is no cure, discounted those reports: skillful treatment, can make the "Barbra is a complete joy. Of j victim mere comfortable. The course she likes to probe a arthritis is treated in the same scene, but I think that's fine; I do the same thing. There are 20 different ways to play a scene and sometimes it takes a lot of thought and discussion before you find the right way. "She and 1 got along beauti- fully. She's marvelous." way as rheumatoid arthritis. Methylceilulose eye drops which requires no prescription, gives temporary relief. The same preparation can also be used as a throat spray but is generally less suc- cessful for this purpose. Al Famous Players Show Profit ENDS SEARCH TOULON, France (Reuters) The U.S. oceanographic ship Mizar will return home, giving up its search for a French sub- marine lost in 1968. French au- thorities asked the Mizar to look for the Minerve, lost with 52 men aboard, after it success- fully located the wreck of an- other French submarine, the Eurydice, a sister ship of the Minerve lost in March with 57 men aboard. TORONTO fCP) Famous Players Canadian Corp. Ltd. of Toronto reports profit for the three months ended April 4 was or cents a share, compared with 17 cents or for the same period in 1969. Results for i'he latest quarter include a gain of on the gain of on the sale of se- curities. Revenue was up from To Visit Russia OSAKA, Japan (CP) Pre- mier W. A. C. Bennett of Brit- ish Columbia said Friday he is sale of fixed assets and of from the sale of securi-1 planning a visit to the Soviet ties'. The quarter included a i Union. I AM OPPOSED TO NUDITV STASE, SCREEN POLICE ARCHIE- 8y Bob Montana GOREN ON BRIDGE i HAVE: TO STAY AFTER AND STUDY IN THE. UBRARY.' BY CHARLES H. is your response? By The Chicago Tribm] This hand ro n't a 1 n K ANSWERS TO HRIUnE In high i-.irds and is. Q. As South, too strong for i you trump response. The rhoice. AAlOfi VAKQ.MO Q.M or two diamonds Our The bidding has Is foi latter South West North apl lo lead to complica- I V Pass 2 0 Whenever we can reason, ablv avoid a take-out to two In a 3 would de- cline to hisi our "W.st suit" tn the hit-rest of ecomnnv. This if No remote thouglit tn be given to a Q. n vulnerable, as South you hold: A6Z OAQ7653 S 4 2 The bidding has proceeded: Wfisl North East South I A 29 Pass What aclinn do yon inko? rescue partner. Inasmuch as he trouble. A bid by yon Is ninro apt to Incite him fnrlhot tctton. q. 1 Noithcr vulneraoic, as South yon holti: AA.IIO OK.K.1 The bidding has proceeded: West North Kast .South 1 A 2 F'ass What action do yon take? A.-Three no Inim'p. Obviously you wish to play for samo with thii powerful hand and no In' direct are Q. r. -As South, vulnerable., vou hold: j warned, not to jjet too RK Do nut lose fight of tlie DON'T DACDV NOW, DITTO HE NbtCS UJC SO HE CAM MOW THE LAWN, TRIM THE HEDGE, WEEP THE mised J4, SliORT HJHS-By Kranfc O'.Vnal (J. 7 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: A-1 7 B wortb 3lni1.il COULD VOU LSI HAVE CHAM6E FOC THE PARKING ;