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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE: LEIHQRIDOt HERALD Tuexlay, June 1, JUNK not display them. Today i THE WELL CHILD Trcaliiit'iil Used On Child's Deafness By WAYNK (i. IHtANIWTADT, M.D. U'riiinn for HnliTprisiis Assn. THENWHV DON'T PAWS TEAM THEY ASK WU .MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugli Laidninn tcmp'.cd to action a finding children, far from interferes with their ability to he word as is done m hp reading nor do tney !mgei- inspiration, finding iiniM-pecl- CAIMilCOISN': (Dec. i'l Jan.: because, following (he line hl> reading nor do tuey uvei- ed resourcefulness in them- Yom. abilities Oficast resistance the child will spell as is dcno in caching sign i i have a anm! (lemon-1 on the visual at the langiiage. I he chltlren who, MUMS -Aj-nl bnl willing to; expeilse of the auditory. Teach-1 started on at the InsUtule and What vou do today will pay off I co-operate in changes of pro- i ini Up reading or sign'language 1 transferred to a regu ar school tatcr 'in The. evening is for ile-i Make good use of any i d e a s tailed planninj Even mtillg thcse with transierred to a school 01 the which c o m e your way. New AQUAKU'S (J a n. Feb. did not result tte'f and were conlacts will develop readily. Young people, youthful j in as improvement as j altcr TAUliL'S 4pril 20 May ideas are featured, (let into the JJ exnected al'y sPoke more cleiul> t in mil brine 'abou'. action: helo tie the balance to- .1 and were better able to commu- Shortcuts do not bring desired results, as you will only have to 20 back later and fin- action: help tie the balance to- ward constructive results. Ro- pected. What Dr. Gaeth set out to do LUllMl LIULIV t. icSLmn. i r manlic interests thrive to get tnese children of jwas lo get I kindergarten use the proach or put new equipment to use- Lei all concerned know what is happening. CA.NCEK (June 21 July Some of the important people you reach today may not want public notice. Unusual ideas are helpful, but review old problems before you get too deeply into fresh ventures. LKO (July 23 Aug. Concentrate all your energy on dealing with friends. Newer as- j sociates also have worthy 'cury ideas. Be willing to listen to far- out noiions. WINNIPEG of the plant science depart- yourself out of a grooves; throw off out- ivorn habits. Change your atti- tudes if nothing else. Get new projects going. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. TVhat you can do now to shape the future should be your main concern. People at consider- able distances are helpful. Per- sonal projects augur well. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. People with powerful resources men! at University of Manito- ba said he questions (he find- high mercury levels in flour made from Manitoba wheat. Dr. Bob McGinnis was refer- ring to a report prepared by a research group at University of Toronto. The report said mer- Aalborg Cl In Dollar But Dr. McGinnis said he doubts the validity of the re- port. "Any tests we have done here have proved to be negative and although I haven't seen the full report yet, 1 would tend to question its findings." The report said flour fiwn Manitoba wheat had as much as .4 parts per million of mer- cury, just .1 ppm below the level which forced a suspension on commercial fishing in cer-' leave the province but no tests had been made on flour made i from the Manitoba grain. j PRESENTS REPORT j In Toronto, Dr. Jems, chemi-1 cal engineer at the university, j denied he prese showing high me: Manitoba flour. The chemist said he present- and were better able to commu- nicate with others than those who had not had the special training. Q Our doctor says our year-old as William's disease. What is it? He is underweight and not very active. Is there any cure for it? A _ The nearest 1 can find to William's disease is Wilm's tumor. This is a surgical emer- gency inasmuch as the involved kidney should be removed as soon as possible after tile diag- jnosis is made. X-ray treatment j is usally given after the opera- ttion to "prevent recurrence. A i recent study shows that giving the child dactinomycin follow- ing the operation gives a better chance for a permanent cure than radiotherapy ulc uluvcicitj. 'I Producers cury levels in Manitoba wheat las at.a omt art ah-vp the maximum safe conference of the Chemical In- the maximum sate Am_ erican Chemical society in To- ronto and briefly mentioned a mercury sample done on Mani- toba wheat. He said the test was done on a single sample of wheat and the mercury reading was below the safety limit, not above as ho was reported as saying. Dr. Jervis said was mis- quoted in newspaper reports. s Ui be responsible fcr the reported EDMONTON (CP) Provin- cial Treasurer A. 0. Aalborg said Monday the consequences of Finance Minister Benson's announcement the doUar would jnigb readings in wheat. be freed to "float'1 in the inter- national market were impond- erable because it can't be fore- cast what the dollar will do. I Kidnapped. I tain areas. TWO FACTORS Dr. McGinnis said there -p, were two factors which might T OllllCl LONDON (CP) Matthew Any rise in its value, ilr. Aalborg said in an interview, would make Canadian exports to the United States more1 ex- pensive and would hurt Can- ada's trade balance. that either the in- dividual handling the wheat samples or the machines in which the samples are tested, might be responsible for con- taminating the vheat or the wheat may have been con- taminated after leaving the province. Dr. McGinnis said his depart- In particular, Alberta's ex- meiit will make tests of flour ports of petroleum and other primary industry products could be diminished, depending on how high the dollar value made from Manitoba wheat. Dr. Isidore Hlynka of the Board of Grain Commissioners' research lab, said the board h a d been monitoring wheat reported to have been kid- napped by a child psychotherap- ist, has been found in Toronto and will be brought home by a high ranking police officer, Scotland Yard said today. Detective Chief Insp. Jay Sewell of the Chelsea police, who had been in charge >Df an international search fcr the boy, will fly to Toronto Tuesday to escort the boy to London. Meanwhile, Dr. Rachal Pin- ney, 60. the child psychotherap- ist, remains in jail, chargi ing the province years. for the Mr. Aalborg said the move leaving in general, has ''more adverse t last 16 possibililies than favorable pos-! He said no contaminated CALGARY (CP) President G. L. Harrold of the Alberta Wheat Pool said today that the rights of agricultural producers must be emphasized in any legislation proposed for the in- dustry. The Pool views with concern a governmental tendency to provide in agricultural bills wide and sweeping powers for administration, he said in a i prepared statement. Mr. Harrold said both the Canada Grain Act and the F a r m Products Marketing j Agencies Act provide for vague, [sweeping authority to he vest- I ed with appointed officials. i j "While the bills provide for! consultation with, and opportu- nity for representation by agri- cultural producers, they fail to require direct policy partici- pation by those most directly affected, the producers." Mr. Harrold said all legisla- tion should be based on the needs and desires of producers, who should have a direct voice j in preparation and operation j of such policy. The Pool, an association of agricultural producers, was keenly aware of the dangers of bureaucratic controls and re-1 mote management. "The time to safeguard sibilities" for Alberta. i wheat had been allowed to with enticing and kidnapping j vojce for agriculture is when mother's will. pared, and this association be- GOKEN ON BEIDGE A police search for the boy j lieves farmers must not hesi- a number of countries tate to safeguard their own futures by retaining control of their own affairs." BT CHAMJBS H, GOKEN 15 1579: CWcwa TflhffllBl SoTtb-Soutb vulnerable, North deals. NORTH AKX-33 ESST A W 3 6 S WEST .1 2 OJT5 8 7 3 SOBTU OAK2 OAK-IS Pass Pass Tat1, bidding: Nnrttt F.nst Sonflt West Pass Pass 4 N'T 6MT Pass I'ass Opening lead: Queen of V Cfeerve that Smith's open- ing bid of four no tramp is a BlacSwood call, nut rather the standard: method 5or describing a balanced cnnuininc 28. 29 or 30 iign card points. North has 5 i {pninls plus ;t five card suit, sufficient to bid slain. He proceeded direcUy lo six no oncoed the queen of hearts and South wn the clubs, crosses over to liie ting of spades and 'his heart and diamond losers are dis- cardefl on the ten and sight of clubs. West was one step aliesa ct 6is opponent, towever. Lock- Ing at 13 points between Ms hand and Hie cfiimmy, lie realized that his partner most-ons point, and that South was therefore marked with all of the missing High cards including the ace and liing of clubs. West observed that he could thwart the quick establish- ment df suit by holding olf fiis stopper. He therefore permitted de- clarer's jack to win the trick by following with the six of clubs. South cashed Uie .ice and Sing of clubs, however Wesl 's queen 'held firm and with only one entry remaining to dummy, declarer was obliged to .ibantion thfi suit, tie as well as all of Britain. Police j declined to say how the boy got I to Toronto. j His mother. Rosalind Collings, 1 39 had been in hospital and the boy had lived with friends. He JYIlgKiail disappeared in April. i Dr Pinney a one-time police surgeon, is 'the daughter of the late Gen. Sir Reginald Pinney. She is an active campaigner for I nuclear disarmament. In J 1.1 Olllf Moved !To Ontario WASHINGTON (API The bulk of a Soviet naval flotilla is concentrating in the Gulf of Mexico after a visit to Cuba, the U.S. defence department said Monday. A cruiser, destroyer and oiler i i CALGARY (CP) William i which came within 50 miles of I McKim of Calgary has been i the Louisiana coast Friday are promoted to director of the fed- j cruising in the Gulf of Mexico i i era! Indian affairs branch of j some 260 miles west of Key i the Ontario region, it was an- West. Kla. nounccd today. i Meanwhile, two submarines Mr-Ki C ill with the ace. queer, and of spades. When Uut! ?uit hilled to divide favorably, .South conceded ilirjueif lo be one. Despite West's adroil regional director of the na- tional and historic park s branch of the department of i Indian affairs and northern de- Appointment of Iton Malis as acting western regional direc- tor of the national and his- toric parks branch also was an- in the Yucatan heading into the gulf from the Caribbean. fries with tli6 King. Obsr.rrtng fcnsc. declarer could have tbsi JIB had 10 lop three Uvp hearts, three diamonds and ciub.-v-derkirer decided .to r.-itab'.ish dummy's club suit fir: order to the total up 4o the required twelve, A diamond was led lo Kfrth's queen and a cltih wns .returned, Kasl followed wiiil !iir. ;ind South iiie If '.Vest wins the the (jtieen, is over, for when declarer regains lire placed his contract bryond reach by mciviy North's limitc 1 entries. The club fim' r.oi csyrtitiat ;o hi.-' o'-iri.'iive acd if he Ihr king ,md iark from ins iiann, Mu' ti'-fvusc is rendered hf-lpiess. F-vt'ii if Wdst. -vhoiild hold off, f'ne Korth !ufmi run re cnfi1 rfit uilli (luci.'ii in' (iiajnorri-? to dislotiiir chihs. and the of spades ircniry lo rash lotii; ciub fur Trawl Agen.l.x ,Tour OTTAWA iCPt A group of nounccd. Mr. Malis has been i Kuropetin travel agcnus .start a regional enpnerr btntioiicd in woek-long Canadian visit next THE COULD BE REWARDING TOWJ. BUTTERRIES, TAKEN Chic Young WELL, IT A GOOD Mort Walker eo AWAY, you pow'r MAvfe LI'L AJ Capp f WECOULDKT !J VIEDIDM'TBWHI SETTH'SUIT KSHOOTHIM C5FFA FO5DICK, i SSIMHI5. OMAMAN By Bob Montana I CAN PLAY THE OLD ONE NOW THAT THEY HAVE AN ELECTRIC.' I FINALLY INHERITED IT FROM OUR FAMILY JUGHEAD, THERE ARE NO MORE SCHOOL INSTRUMENTS YOU JOIN THE ORCHESTRA? MY HI ANT) Dik Browno WISH DONE NOW I HAVE TO 6IVEVOU A BOV, rr SURE MORNINS VvOULD SHORT Frank 0 .Veal -VKXILP FROBASLV Pit OF i A i N S. J T. 'i.V-37'- i jJ fr f v s r BUGS BUNNV Calgary since 1967, ISKC'OltM l-'Oll BIIII.KS Kriday to see the country's lour- j ist atiraclions nt first hand, it i was announced today. The from France. Belgium. Italy, Luxembourg, HERS COMSS PSTUNIA: wastes tile aco and kine ot'l SauUi's Uvelilji U'ick NKW YOKK i.M'i World- wide distribution of scriptures West G e r in a n y. Switzerland. Bible societies reached Morocco and Austria arc guests mi all-time record of "f the federal government' 1 laM ycv.i. per cen: Irovel bureau and Air Canada, copies dis-' They visit Vancouver and Vic- trihnted the year before. The' toria June .Insper and1 far exceeding I he Banff. Alia.. ,Hinc 9 and 10, To- 'world's population growth of. ronto and Niagara (''alls. Out.. luo per erni, was reported here .-lune II, (lie S.aurenlian re.sort tii (ho annual meeting of the area .lunc 12 and Montreal .lunr American Bible Society, IK. 1 HELLO, PETUNIA DO YOU LIKE IT ;