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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETH8R1DSE HERAID Thursday, June 8, 197J YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 D1XON FRIDAY, JUNE 9 Your birthday today: Most of the year ahead is to be spent gathering skills and re- sources. Spirtual growth must be sought earnestly despite the necessity for concentra- tion on material concerns. Today's natives are capable ol intense emotional commit- ment and enduring enthusi- asm. ARIES (March 21-April How well you do your work today determines more future conditions than you would at first think. Financial dealings are favored. TAURUS .T 9 6 Z VA87543 O 83 6 QJ64 SOOTH 486 672 Q 10 s s t i The bidding: Nortb East Sonlh West 2 A Pass 3 JL. Pass 3 Pass 3 NT Pass Pass 5 A Pass 6 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Ace of When South gave a posi- tive response of three clubs to North's opening demand bid in spades, the former re- solved to reach at least a email slam. In order to lay Hie groundwork for a com- plete investigation, he de- ferred giving an immediate raise in favor of showing Ms second suit. Soulh's three no bump call tended to slow the tempo since any strength that responds r held in ftearts represented a cation of values, Norlh did not give up yet, however, and his raise to four clubs is intended to giva partner another chance and, is of course, absolutely forc- ing since game has not yet been reached. When South merely persisted to five clubs, Norlh seltled for a email slam by bidding six. Inasmuch as the auction had clearly indicated that the dummy would be very short in hearts, West opened the ace of clubs and then continued the suit. When East foUuned both tones, it for the outstanding trumps. With only one trump lett in dummy for ruffing purposes, it became necessary, for .South to find a parking place for two of his hearts. He chose the spade suit to work on since it was more readily establishable. The ace and king were cashed, but when East showed out on the sec- ond round, South was obliged lo revise his estimate. The queen of spades pro- vided a parking place for the ten of hearts but then the suit had to be abandoned in favor of diamonds. The ace and king were led, followed by a third round which de- clarer When West showed out, South was down to his last chance. The king of hearts was led for a ruff- ing finesse. When West fol- lowed with a card, a spade vvas discarded from dummy, East produced the ace of hearts to score tha celling trick. Altho South was the victim (it bad breaks, he did not give himself the best chance. Declarer can succeed -with no vkiirse than a four-two di- vision in either of North's only if he goes af- ter the diamonds first. At I rick three, he leads the king of diamonds, followed by the ace. If one opponent shows out, there is still time to play the A-X-Q of spades. If the suit divides no worse than four-lwo, he can ruff a small spade to establish a second heart discard. When everyone follows to the second diamond, he ruffs a third round in his hand, reenters dummy by trump- ing a heart. Another dia- mond ruff establishes North's long card in that suit. One heart now goes on the queen of spades and thQ olher on tie fifth diamond. I APPRECIATE ME, 5TOP TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan THUMP THUMP THUMP TiW THUMP BLONDIE-By Chic Young comes with normal wheat grain. Cake flour is often much worse, being devoid of many o! he vitamins that normally oc- cur with wheat. Refined foods are items which are made principally of refined sugar, syrups, and oth er concentrated sweets. This also includes most bread. The roughage foods that most people should eat include the vast array of good whole- some vegetables and fruit. This also includes whole grain prod- ucts like oatmeal, cracked wheat, and other whole ce- real products. The refined foods without bulk lead to constipation, ir- ritable colon, colitis and on a world vide epidemiological analysis constitutes a major portion of the diet of those peo- ple who have a higher in- cidence of cancer ol the colon. We do know that eating more roughage, which again includes vegetables, fruits and whola grain cereals, is very helpful in relieving the common problem of constipation and irritable colon in many people. Dear Dr. Lamb Are gela- tin tablets fattening? I am tak- ing them for nails and hair, but wilt discontinue usage if they create a weight problem. Dear Reader Gelatin tab- lets have very few calories be- cause they contain no fat or sugar. You would have to take an awful lot to significantly in- crease your caloric Intake. GOTTEN TO BEA REAL. STICK-1M-TV1E-MUD I WANT YOU TO COVE IM AND SEE THIS, I TOOTSIE BEETLE BAILEY-By Marl Walker LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp Germ-killer liexacliloropliene limited according to weight By GLENIS ZILM OTTAWA (CP) Drugs, cos- metics and devices containing more than three-quarters of one per cent by weight hexachloro- phene now are available only on prescription, as recommended in May by the federal food and drug directorate. A spokesman for the health protections branch of national health department Wednesday said a cabinet order has been signed restricting public sale of products containing the germ- killing ingredient in amounts ceeding .75 per cent unless pre- scribed by a doctor. Hexachlorophene was widely used for its germ-killing prop- erties in lotions, creams, soaps, aerosol sprays, toothpastes, mouthwashes and products for personal hygiene. The department spokesman said tests with other animals and with humans showed there is absorption, although no re- ports of clinical effects on hu- mans are available. The concentrations found in the Wood samples from both adults and newborn babies bathed in dilute three per cent solutions were generally lower than in animal samples. "However, it should not he used for routine he said. SOME USE GOES ON A telephone survey of some hospitals, carried out by the de- partment, showed that some nurseries will continue to use ii under medical supervision, he said. Some h os p i t a 1 s have ex pressed concern about increases in infections, especially those aused by the staphyloccus bac teria, which caused high infeo lion rates in nurseries before hexachlorophene was used. The spokesman said products such as PhisoHex, used for ba thing newborn babies in hospi tals and for surgical scrubs done by doctors and nurses be fore operatons, contained thrci per c en t hexachlorophene Other products normally con tained smaller amounts. Manufacturers p r o b a b I; would reduce or eliminate the- I amounts in items such as soaps ;enerally available to the pub- ic, he said. Hexachlorophene had been widely used for more than 20 without reported ill ef- 'ects other than local irritation o skin, the spokesman said, lowever, recent research in- rats showed that those red a mixture containing it de- veloped edema, a type of swell- ng of the brain. Dr. A. B. Morrison, assitant deputy minister .health tion branch, said a letter to drug manufacturers said that if they intend to use hexachloro- >hene in preparations after Sov. 1, 1072, they must submit ividence to establish the safety and effectiveness of the product. Cosmetic manufacturers were warned that it is illegal to sell cosmetics containing substances that may cause injury to the liealth of the users. 183 graduate CRANBROOK (Special- Ma jell a Pelletier was top aca demic 1972 graduate at Moun Baker School in last Friday's ceremonies when 183 diplomas were presented. She won the School Board Trophy and the H. A. McKowan M e m o r i a Scholarship for continued study. City of Cranbrook Memoria Trophy and Scholarship fo academics, citizenship and par ticipation in school organiza lions went to Kathy Miller. About was awarded I about 30 graduates. Dr. Bryan Clarke of DEC ad dressed the graduates at the outdoor ceremony. Michae Dorris was class historian Denis Nelligan valedictorian and Grade 11 student Burki Cullen bade graduates fare well. NOSE PROBLEM DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) A surgeon at St. Laurence Hospi tal said people who have disfig urements removed from thei noses could bt removing the whipping post for all their trou bles. A psychological break down could result, he said. STICK AROUND AN YJU-SEt WHA! LOVE KIN DO TO A MAM -lO'COMETOTH' RIGHT PARJV TO FIND OUT WHAT f ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WHY DON'T 1DU DO UKE DAD? HE EATS CREAM ON EVERYTHING. AND HE'S FIUED ISX OUT ALL HIS VVRJNW.ES.' YOU DON'T SXT THAT, IS THIS RUB CREAM IT ON COFFEE OR TO WHIP? RUB IT ON YOUR ON FA.CE.'THAT'g YOUR A.MINE....TO RID OF PUDPINQ? HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne DITTO, DO YOU HAVB A NAPKIN IN yOUR LAP? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY IT'S SEEM AN HOUR SINCE I SENT SYLVESTER TO CHECK ON THAT NEW RESTAURANT UPTH' STREET.' HE SHOULD O'BEEM ABLE T' SEE H6RE HE COMES! SYLVESTER, PIP YA FIND OUT ANYTHING? SUV'NOR' l X AWDE ONE PI5CCVERY.' THE PROPRIETOR HAS HASTY TEMPER! ;