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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD Wodnc.day, Juno 10, 1970------ New Contract For Teachers RED DEER (CP) About SCO teachers in the public school system have signed a one-year contract giving them an average salary increase of 64 per cent but UK contract expires at the end of August. The contract agreement was reached after a conciliation board award was accepted by the school board and the teach- ers The contract is effective from last Sept. 1 to August 31 this year. A beginning teacher with two yeare training and no expe- rience will receive a minimum starting salary of rang- ing to a maximum of af- ter nine years. The 1968-69 range was 5-UW to Teachers with six years training and a masters degree but no experience start at 100 and rise to after 10 years experience from and in the previous con- tract. Teachers with five years of training who received from 000 to in the 1968-69 school year will range from to i POLLUTION CHECKS VANCOUVER (CP) Dr. Gerald Bonham. city medical health officer, has announced lu's department will conduct de- tailed tests for pollution at city beaches this summer. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 10 1770: to THE CMHS8 TrtbuiN] East-West vulnerable. South deals, NOHTH AAK 0JOGS. 1VEST EAST A 10 85 10 9 7 K Q 5 3 2 OQ43 'OK108J SOUTH A Q J1 6 J10 8 7 Ike bidding; South West North East 1A Pass 2 0 Pass 2 A Pats Pass 4A Psss Pass Pass Opening leau: Ten of V' was somewhat j reluctant to raise spades with only two trumps, but Inas- much as lie lacked'a stopper fa.hearts to iid two no trump arid South had rebid his suit, North finally chose the three spades, South carried on to game. West opened the ten of hearts which was ducked to declarer's ace. The ece end'king of spades were cashed and the closed hand_ (pas reentered with the ace of diamonds so that declarer could flay the queen of spades. With the trumps divided evenly, all that remained was to develop the clubs. The jack of clubs was led and' permitted to ride when West followed with the Jour. North played the deuce and East the three. With everything apparently working to his complete satisfaction, South continued with a small club. West put up the oce and declarer blithely played the nine from- dummy. When East showed out by discarding a diamond, Eouth's equanimity (I i s a p- peared. West led back the nine o? hearts, East covered with the queen and continued with the king which South, ruffed with the seven of hearts. A dub, led to the king in dummy, however West's queen remained outstanding. In order to continue development of the clubs, South was obliged to ruff a diamond with' the jack of last trump. When West got in with the queen of clubs, he played the queen ot diamonds which was over- taken by his partner's king for the setting trick. When the trumps- divided favorably, South was in posi- tion to assure his contract. Development of the club suit can be accomplished by con- ceding tricks to the ace and queen. There is no objection to leading the Jack initially, however when declarer re- tains the lead and continues the suit, he must not permit North's king to block de- velopment of the clubs. When West plays the ace, South s h o u 1 d' throw tha .dummy's king under, Tha subsequent lead of the ten drives out West's queen and declarer retains the jack spades as an entry to cash the eight "and seven of clubs. His losses on the deal are thereby restricted to two clubs aid one heart. THE DOCTOR'S MAIL-BAG Heed Doctor's Advice On Aspirin Dosage By WAYNE G. 3KANDSTADT, M.D. Written !or Newspnpcr Enterprises Assn. If you have arthritis, aspirin tho best single remedy you an take unless you have a ensitivity to it or can't uso it or some cither reason. Before mbarking on a course of self- reatment, however, you should iave your doctor determine vhether you really have arthri- tis and, if so, what type. He hould also advise you about he dosage and about other cle- neuts in the total treatment. Beside relieving pain, aspirin also reduces inflammation. This is especially important in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. For this reason it is mportant for anyone with this vpc of arthritis to continue iking the prescribed dosage even after the pain subsides- o t h e r w is e the anti-inflam- matory effect is lost. Don't change your dosage without consulting your doctor. Persons with arthritis can us- ually tolerate much larger ua doses of aspirin than a normal person and should take the dosage just below that which causes ringing of the ears. cause you are the type who can taks aspirin and find that it is help- should consider buying plain aspirin in a bottle of tablets as this will mean an appreciable saving, Q causes motion sickness? What is the remedy? I get it from merely bending over or getting up quickly from lying in bed. A motion sickness oc- curs in persons whose equi- librium regulating apparatus (inner car) is unduly sensitive. There are several effective remedies, such as meclizine (Bo nine) and amphetamine but dizziness in- duced by sudden changes in posture is not true motion sick- ness. This type of dizziness can usually be avoided by making these changes in position slow- ly. For extreme dizziness the aforementioned drugs are often helpful. Q What is Roche given for? What are the side effects? A Although R oc h e was printed on the capsule you sent, this is the manufacturers name. I cannot identify most of the capsules sent to me but this one happens to be Librium, a tranquilizer. The side effects from too large a dosage in- cluds drowsiness, nausea am mental confusion. I'M FTO> of "iOo, CHARLIE BKWM. MAYK WLL K ABLE TO FAON6 SOM6 OF LIFE'S PROBLEMS ON THE LEVEL'.. IT dXyJLO SOUND MOKE CONVINCING IF VOOIOEFEN'T HOLDING THAT BLANKET i HMK I WAS AFRAID TO F16HT HIM.-1 DON'T DON'T EVEN REALLY CARE..THE MAIN Fat BETTER- V. MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS VWtTMR TURNS 10U ON...WBY. WOffTOTHEWARSI TOE GLORIOUS Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, JUNE 11 Your birthday today: Noth- ing very spectacular is prom- ised in your coming year. Be- gin now to find out how to re- develop your resources and discover more productive uses for your energy. New so- cial contacts, emotional liai- sons are slow in developing. Today's natives are nearly al- ways quick-witted and good at figures. ARIES (March 21 April Ask no favors today. Your best results come through getting old matters settled, unfinished work out of the way. Then seek light entertainment. TAURUS (April 20 May Nobody wants to know how things got this way, so just go on from here. Personal enter- Swiss precision built BERNINAisatthetop of the list... BERNINA IS RATED FIRST... you'll know why the minute you start to SGW with the fully automatic BERNINA. It'ssoeasytosewwithBERNINA-everythingyouneedtsbuiltrigM Into the machine. BERNINA sews any type of fabric, even stretchy material. It tailor tacks, bastes, mends, blindstitohes, sews on buttons, makes buttonholes and embroiders with two and three needles. BERNINA IS RATED BEST... It's so easy to understand why. Th9 highest quality, largest number of features and the greatest ease of operation are yours with BERNINA. Testsew a BERNINA tcdav and you'll know what the excitement Is all about. Your BERNINA has a BERNINA ready for action. SEE THE BEAUTIFUL BERNINA AT: CALL FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION TV CENTRE 319 7th STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-1673 Chic Young BECAUSE I JUSr READ YOUR F16URES BUT; BOSS, TWHATMAKSS YOU THINK V tMATHOME? ERE HERE, IWOULDVEHITYOU J'i BY BKETLE Mort Walker rises are favored. A missing igredient is suddenly available alert for its arrival, GEMINI (May 21 June Carry your own responsibility nd take the credit nobody ligher up is likely to help. Hold nto the good qualities of your ome. CANCER (June 21 July This is one of those unsettled [ays in which you can make irogress in personal matters jut little at work. Any expres- ;ion of your views is likely to Iraw contradiction. LEO (July 23 Aug. Justness conditions smile on your1 ventures, but bad advice s standard today; the more il- ustrious the advisor, the less he advice applies to you. Fol- ow your own intuition. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Whatever you do now lasts ra- her well. There is no point in isking approval yet; just do what your training and judg- ment indicate as best. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You survive better by minding own business and keeping own affairs to yourself. Some long standing questions inally are answered, with less turmoil than anticipated. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. You almost have to go it alone oday. Pay attention to details avoid later confusion. Mends have complex schemes that you might well stay clear of. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-DM. Make special efforts to keep smooth cooperation going with your mate and ass ates. Take the initiative once you see what is to be done. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. The affairs of young peo- ple come to your attention, and may be able to do some- ;hing of lasting good. Rely on rour own resources. AQUARIUS (Jan. JO Feb. Older people, long-standing friends are helping in making changes at home. Don't let the flurry of personal concerns in- terfere with your career. PISCES (Feb. 19 March There is no market for com- plaints today. Proceed the best you know how. PostporM the urge to push your family into changes of any kind. 1970, Newsday, Inc. I'LL MAKE SOME DAY.1 i'LLMAKe I GENERAL SOME PAY.' 6-10 NO HE NO HE NOME U'L ABNER-By Al Capp -AMD WHILE HE'S M1SX3L1MQ WITH THE6TKER NUDISTS 1 OET IT.'.' ABCHIE-By Bob Montana MR. LODSE.FOR OUR SCHOOt PAPER...DO YOU THINK A GENERATION 6AP EXISTS? OH, DO YOU THINK A "STHAT IN THE rREMEMDOUSlFUTURETHIS SAP MAY WIDEN? SAY, FOR EXAMPLE, BETWEEN YOU I SINCERELY HOPE HI AND But Browne DITTO SHOULD HIT THE BALI, Hearings Ordered On Air Route OTTAWA (CP) Transport Minister Don Jamleson said Tuesday IK has ordered the Ca- nadian transport commission to hold public hearings into the granting of a Winnipeg-Toronto air route. He said in a Commons reply to T. C. Douglas, NDP leader, that the hearings will be com- pleted by (all. The decision of the commis- sion to give the route to Traix- sair Ltd. of Winnipeg is sus- pended pending the hearings. Appeals against the decision, made without any public hear- ings, were filed by the Ontario government and Nordair Ltd. Air Canada also was repre- sented at the proceedings. The transport commission to headed by ,J. W. Pickersgill, a Liberal predecessor to Mr. Ja- miesoa, SHORT Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY I HAD T' PUT IN A NEW GASKET! TH' TOTAL CHASSE K TWO BUCKS! ;