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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 _ THE lETHBRIDGt HERALD tuajday, June 9, WO _ THE DOCTOR'S MAIL-BAG Aslhniatic Bronchitis Caused by an Allergy Bv WAYNE C. HIUNDSTADT, Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Q Can a person ever he cured of asthmatic bronchitis? What causes it? Could it make your feel you lose tired? A Tliis disease is caused by an allergy. It can be con- trolled rather than cured. When the offending allergen has been identified it should be avoided. Desensitizing injections may be given and various drugs may be helpful. The chief symptoms are shortness of breath, cough and wheezing. Fatigue and loss of voice may occur as second- BTV symptoms. I have chronic asthmatic bronchitis. Could this cause my j heart Q I have heard that a per son can outgrow asthma. Is this true? A Some persons whose asthma is greatly aggravated by emotional problems do out- grow this disease. Others cease having attacks when the causa- tive allergen is removed from their environment. This is not a true outgrowing of the disease but it may be called that. Q Is asthma always caused by an allergy? A There are two unrelated forms of asthma allergic (the commoner of the two) and car diac (asthma associated wit! chest, back and arms to ache j Q Would taking cod liver constantly? How much of my j oil aggravate asthma? shortness of breath could be' caused by cigarettes? Asthmatic bronchitis may cause some soreness in your chest and abdomen but, since this pain is not constant as a rule nor present in the back or arms, some other cause for your symptoms should be sought. The best way to tell how much of your trouble is caused A _ No, unless you are al lergic to cod liver oil. Q Is it true that vitamin E will counteract the side ef feels of taking large doses o steroids ever a prolonged per icd? A A through soarch of the literature reveals only one re- port (1967) of the use of vita- Your Horoscope BY JEANE DIXON mind oids E with ccrtisoralike Ster- in tins case far a uro- by smoking is to quit and see i logic condition. Although the re- how much improvement there suits were apparently good this is. There is bound to be same j is hardly sufficient evidence to and perhaps a lot. I warrant a valid conclusion. WEDNESDAY, JUNK Your birthday today: Your motivation in the coming year should stem from healthy normal development. Brief in- terludes of confiision may oc- cur, but the main path is to- ward advancement in skills and knowledge. Be willing to change and grow to suit new condi t i o n s. Today's natives are positive and persistent, willing to work hard, and often possess difficult tem- pers. ARIES (March 21 April This promises to be a quiet day in which you can make some sensible progress. Let your lov- ed ones know you really do care. TAURUS (April 20 May Pick up the pieces from yes- terday and go on with your work. Creative effort is favor- ed. You can improve your liv- ing conditions through use of available resources. GEMINI (May 21 June Concentrate on one thing at a time if you want to get any- thing done. Your home and its condition could stand some thought now. Decide what you want it to be and get started. CANCER (June 21 July If you start early and try your level best, you can go a long Droves Loans For Low-Rental Housing OTTAWA (CP) Federal loans totalling for 14 1 o w -r e n t a 1 housing projects were announced Monday by Robert Andras, minister with- out portfolio responsible for housing matters. The announcement said units for a potential population of are involved. Hurts Alberta CALGARY (CP) Allowing the Canadian dollar to find its own level will harm the west- ern Canadian economy, Alber- ta Premier Harry Strom said here. will have some bad ef- Former CP GM Receives Qiiill Award WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Gillis Purcell, 65-year-old former gen- eral manager of The Canadian Press, was presented Saturday night with the Quill Award in recognition of his distinguished journalism career. The award, given annually by the Windsor Men's Press Club, was presented by club president Jack Kent at a formal dinner. Mr. Purcell, who retired last Nov. 25 after 24 years as gen- eral manager of Canada's na- tional news-gathering co-opera- tive, said he was accepting the award "for those solid fellows who slugged to build CP into an organization of national signifi- cance." The award is presented for "outstanding contribution to the flow of information on Canadian affairs." Mr. Purcell, a native of Bran- don, Man., got his first full-time newspaper job in 1927 on the Border Cities Star, now the Windsor Star. He joined CP two years later. Ken Murray, manager of radio station CBE, 'Windsor who introduced Mr. Purcell to dinner guests, said: "Because of Canadians like Gil Purcell we are further adv anced along the road to under standing and national unity." Previous winners of the Quil Award were Bruce Hutchison editorial director of the Vaneou ver Sun; the late Andre Lauren deau, co-chairman of the Roya Commission o n Bilingualism and Biculturalism and formci editor of Montreal Le Devoir the late Ralph Allen of the To ronto Star; George V. Ferguson editor emeritus of the Montrea Star, and Max Ferguson, CBC radio star who gained promin ence with his Rawhide show. eets on us, particularly in the ale of agricultural ie said in an interview. Allowing the dollar to float vas an anti-inflationary lire but "I'm not sure they are ;oing to accomplish what they iad in mind." Mr. Strom said the dollar is- will probably be discussed at a meeting of provincial trea- sures in Winnipeg this week- end, although the federal move came too late to be mcluded in he Alberta submission on the paper on taxation. He said the Alberta submis- ion was made public Friday. The premier later told a So- cial Credit Party nominating convention if certain measures contained in t h e white paper re introduced Alberta stands j lose about in rev- :une. The meeting nominated Art Dixon, speaker of the provin- cial legislature, to contest the new riding of Calgary-Millican n the next provincial election, rle was the eighth candidate nominated by the party. Mr. Dixon now is the mem- 3er for Calgary South, a con- stituency dissolved by recent redistribution. He told the 400 persons who attended the meeting a task There are 409 far Vancouver 368 for Hamilton, for To roiito and 391 for Montreal. The announcement said Hali fax had also submitted propos als but none was accepted dui a shortage of serviced lane and high shelter costs. It said the projects are a re sponse to calls earlier this yea 'rom interested developers an >uilders in the five cities. Mr. Andras said he had an lounced last March that Centra Mortgage and Housing Corp was seeking proposals to stimu late low-rental housing in majo cities and that resulting propos als would be examined by selec tion committees. 'In each of the five cities, ji rics composed of member noted for their concern ove community housing problerr have examined all proposa and have made their recom mendations to me." He said the juries had se lected 14 of 79 proposals. Em phasis was laid on reachin families of annual incomes c or less in Vancouver or less in Hamilton, or less in Toronto, or les in Montreal and or less Halifax. These levels general! had been satisfied. In Vancouver, one projec might require "substantial pla modification" to provide recre tional facilities and reduce pe unit population density. Mr. Andras said the Halifa situation will be reviewed. The loans are being mad under the National Housing Ac TO SALVAGE BATTLESHIP TOWA, Japan (AP) Cer monies were held to mark tl start of work to salvage t battleship Mats which sank in the Inland Se force consisting of represents- -a 1943 after a mysterious e fives of provincial and munici- plosion, killing crew mem bers. The five-year project refloat the battleship is expe> ed to cost and will volve workers and boats. pal governments and oil com- pany executives should be formed to review oil and gas marketing policy.' The task force would plot future policy and co-ordinate activities of the public and pri- vate sectors of the industry. Mr. Dixon said C a n a dians should stop merely collecting interest on bank deposits and use some of their money as risk capital to invest in Can- ada. NFU Happy With Wheat Board Action 30 Die At Mine ly forward. Creative and ental activities are under ex- llent aspects. LEO (July 23 Aug. ely mainly on your own ini- itive. P h y s i c a 1 or tangible -ojocts can be managed bct- r now attend to them. Re- x early for the extra rest. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. on't fritter away the day over _ -lal details. Attend to consul- lions, health care, new habis jquiring without miplaint. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. .ore energy permits you ck up the'threads of tangled alters. The less public notice ou attract the better. Use the 'ening for meditation. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. verybody turns to you in eo- leratioh and good spirits, re- ecting your own attitudes. Or- anize quickly; share the work nd the credit. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Timing today is iroport- nt. Start early and allow for elays. A tardy beginning will nd you completing assign- nents tea late. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You have the chance to do omiething to bring peaceful sit- lalions to the people around ou. Mull it over and get start- ed along constructive lines. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Positive thinking improves joth your career and personal ituation today. Expect to carry more than what seems your fair hare of adjustments in the tome, without grumbling. PISCES (Feb. March >ut on your most comfortable anile and put in a full day of co-operative endeavor. Mo s t >ecple are quite ready to help. Creative projects thrive. 1370, Newsday, Inc. Natural Gas Trump Card For Canada WASHINGTON (CP) Com- missioner John A. Carver Jr. of Jie United States Federal Pow- er Commission said today nat- ural gas now seems to have be- come "a trump card in the Ca- nadian negotiating hand." And "waiting around" for a U.S.-Canada continental energy policy "is not the best way to approach the matter" of how to treat the Canadian natural gas potential. Getting a continental energy policy is, by definition, a gov- ernment-to-government matter, he said. !There is simply no way to keep the frame of reference as nar.ow and direct as the pri- vate enterprise companies do in their negotiations." He added: "When the interna- tional negotiators take over, oil has to be balanced against gas, petroleum against timber, pipe- line rights-of-way or shipping lanes through archipelagoes against trade concessions." Carver was addressing the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association in Dallas. Referring to gas as Canada's "trump he said Energy Minister J. J. Greene "said al most as m u c h" in his contro- versial May 12 speech in Den- ver, Colo. Gi'eene said then that Cana- dian gas would be available to supplement U.S. supplies "only if our petroleum industry as a whole receives the incentives of progressive growth and as- sured stability of access to ex- port markets." GOREN ON BRIDGE SASKATOON Na- tional Farmers union said to- day it is encouraged and grati- fied by the Canadian Wheal board announcement that more stringent measures were taken to assure compliance w i t h regulations governing wheat delivery quotas. "The NFU has urging such steps for at least two RAWALPINDI (AP) years, both publicly and in least 30 people were killed and j briefs submitted to govern- 20 injured in a severe coal mine nimts." said NFU President explosion in Pakistan, the si; to I Hoy Atkinson. radio said here. At least four; "We especially welcome the j mine managers were among j decision by the board that clo- the dead in the explosion in the! valor companies and oilier cor- powder magazine of the govern-! porate structures which have mcnt-opcrated coal mine near' participated in abuses of de- the Iranian border, 200 miles} livery regulations will be southwest of Rawalpindi. I charged where proof exists." BY CHARLES II. GOREN [B ifo: fir The CMHSO Tribune] East-West vulnerable. deals. NORTH AQJ74 VQJ653 0 7643 Void WEST ,-JAST A K 10 6 5 A A 93