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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Your BY Jf ANE KKIDAV, JUNE ycu can gather. Complcte- Your, birthday today: new ventures do net seem to >ath ahead Wanders a bit with inrmediatc success. easonable efforts will presents you a chal- roiir way ol life. Material in self-restraint. vard accompanies the (Sept. 23 Oct. fible improvements. is a better day for emo- nantal interests fir.d less expression than for doing rartunily. Today's natives Romantic v e n turcs en have an unusual gift encouraged and exciting, flaking correct some memories tliat will ometimes show a for (Oct. 23 Nov. AKIES (March 21 April people around you have uring this quiet day attend own troubles and are sen- jur needs, earnings, to some of your casual ?alth. Simply stay busy Share some deep emo- e best you know experience later in the TAURUS (April 20 May reative ventures fare better, our ideas run into (Nov. 22-Dec. With routine effort, you ut there is no need ftr emo-onal defense. Gccd music this veiling brings rest to produce fairly good results. Avoid quibbling over trivia or answering say heckling 3 irit. GEMINI (May 21 June bystanders. heck your facts and (Dec. 22 Jan. s you go. Aside from You are, as usual, more lance of seme squabbles -srganized than most le family, it's a rather your friends. Bear with ant time. Find or give a and prepare to go on arty full co-operation. Per- CANCER (June 21 July plans thrive. aitrive a quiet path (Jan. 20 Feb. le uneven, complex mixture of pportunities and unanswered aestions. Change pace this vening and have some Your judgment is rot of the best today, so take a middle course. Family affairs bring some passing moments of LEO (July 23 Aug. an incident of good 'ou gain a bit today, amid cneral confusion. Sundown is time to seek a solitary (Feb. 19 March Follow plans already started; "he evening promises the world's hullabaloo pass acre enjoyable conditions. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. Pay no attention to rumors or what seem to be quotations fou now need all the people ycu know. Canada To Thursday, June II, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Use Of Sweetner THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Tapeworms Can Infest A Person Of Any Age By WAYNE (5. BRANDSTADT. M.D. Written for Enla-nriscj Assn. Q What are I lie symptoms of tapeworm. I have loud gufg- ling sounds in my stomach. Could that be worms? At what age can one get tapeworm? What about other kinds of worm? A Tapeworms often cause no symptoms but they may cause abdominal discomfort, di- arrhea, loss of weight and a feeling of hunger. The gurgling sound is caused by a mixture Plan Winter Toll Road In N.W.T. CALGARY (CP) Western Electronics and Engineering Ltd. has acquired a federal gov- ernment lease to build a 735- mile winter toll road in the Northwest Territories, it was announced here. The company said the road, in the Mackenzie River Valley, will provide access to the oil exploration areas of Canada's Arctic. Date of completion "will be entirely up to the company said at a news con- ference. "It could be completed within three years." Kendall Jennings, board chairman of Western Electron- ics, said the Calgary based company shortly will begin con- struction of a 50-foot right-of- way. Industry will have use of the road as far as Norman Wells, shortly after freeze up this fall. Western acquired the lease OTTAWA (CP) Federal au- thorities are investigating Cana- dian use of glycine, an artificial sweetening used in combination with saccharin, which the Wants Power Commission Replaced EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Power Commission should be replaced by a central ad- ministration of rural electrifica- tion associations and urban con- sumers, Paul Babey of Edmon- ton said today. Mr. Babey, president of Um- farm, in a letter to Premier Harry Strom said the commis- sion has failed in its task of pro- tecting consumers' interests. This failure made it neces- sary for the union of REA's to make costly presentations be- fore the Public Utilities Board to prevent substantial increases in power rates to rural consu- mers requested Utilities Ltd. by Canadian Before establishment of REAs an agreement between the prov- ince and the power companies stipulated users would be sup- plied "at cost" because they built and maintained rural dis- tribution systems. "Evidence heard by the Pub- lic Utilities Board indicates CUL has overcharged REA con- s u m e r s over the years and would have done so to a lar- ger degree if the board had granted the increases request- ed." Mr. Babey requested an early meeting with the premier to dis- cuss an independent study of power production costs. Maintains Recession The Answer MONTREAL (CP) Arthur A. McLaughlin, president of the investment company of Baker, Weeks and Co. Inc., said Tues day night a full recession proba- bly represents the best chance of curbing the current economic inflation. He told members of the Mont- real Society of Financial Ana- lysts that such a recession would play havoc with corpo- rate profits but would probably be the best way of dealing with what he called the worst infla- tion the economy has had to deal with. Mr. McLaughlin said a full re- cession would require a more aggressive expansionary mone- tary policy. There was some question whether the stock market would respond as easily as in the past to the new conditions. Mr. Mc- Laughlin said recent stock per- formances failed to register some of the key characteristics United States intends to ban. The U. S. food and drug ad- ministration has given the food industry six months to prove that the artificial sweetening is safe. If evidence of safety can- not be furnished, it will be taken off the market. Dr. Alec Morrison, deputy chief: of the federal food and drug directorate, said today the extent of Canadian use, if any, is under investigation. So is the scientific evidence on which the United States au- thorities based their decision. He said Canadian authorities are making a detailed study of American experiments in which rats were fed large doses of ely- cine. Published reports have said high doses suppress growth, re- sult in loss of body weight and affect the liver. Instances of paralysis of the neck have been reported. In the U. S., glycine has been more extensively used since the banning of cyclamates. A simi- lar ban is in effect in Canada in nearly all foods. The chemical is said to cut the bitter taste of saccharin, also a long-used artificial sweetening which Canadian au- thorities began investigating about the time cyclamates were banned. Indian Acquitted Of Giarge GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Raymond Moses of the Stur- geon Lake Indian Reserve, fath- er of an eight month old girl who died early last December of malnutrition and expos u r e, Wednesday was acquitted of a charge of criminal negligence. The decision was made by Mr. Justice H. W. Riley, who said there was reasonable doubt in the case. The charge arouse out of (he death of Brenda Gloria Moses. Another child, Janet Papastesis, 18 months, was also found dead in a separate residence on the reserve at the same time. Mr. Moses was charged only in connection with his daugh- ter's death. His wife, Catherine, and Mrs. Archie Papastesis, also of the Sturgeon Lake Reserve, 60 miles east of Grande Prairie, also are charged with criminal negligence in the deaths and their cases have been set over to the fall sitting of the Su- preme Court in Grande Prai- rie. from Calgary Exploration Ser- vices Ltd. Mr, Jennings said company completed ar- rangements with the depart- ment of Indian affairs and northern development for 'ive-year lesse to begin con- struction of the road, from Fort Simpson to Inuvik. The location of the right-of- ivay for the toll road generally parallels the route being con- sidered for proposed crude oi and gas pipelines from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, and the Atkinson Point, N.W.T., region through the Mackenzie Valley to Alber- ta. "We will only build as much road as industry tells the company said. "Our company will pay 20 per cent of cost anc industry the remainder." Politics Are Taboo NEW YORK (AP) En- tertainer Barbra Streisand teld an open house Tues- day. Asked by a reporter whether she thought Prime Minister Trudeau, who has dated her, "is doing a good job of running Canada" the singing star replied: "We don't talk about poli- tics." Miss Streisand, in her debut as a political fund raiser, opened her East Side town house to promote the candidacy of her lawyer friend, Bella Abzug, who is running for Congress. Mrs. Abzug, a staunch feminist, is a Reform Dem- ocrat and an advocate of ending tire war in Vietnam. NEW POACHER MINDEN. Ont. (CP) Con- servation officer Austin Hender- son says he has a problem with a new type of poacher. While checking the pickerel run at nearby Fenelon Falls he saw a large black Labrador retriever walk into the water and grasp a pickerel in his mouth even of genuine bear market r'cver- though the season hadn't opened sals in the past yet. jf fluid and gas and is not a sign of tapeworm. Worms can infest a person of any rau have to do (unwittingly as rule) is to swallow their eggs. Q I recently passed a tapeworm. How did I get can I be sure I don't have any more? A Tapeworm eggs of three different species may be swal- .owed with uncooked beef, pork or fish. Following treatment to eliminate the worm a careful examination of the stool by a doctor must be made. Even though you pass several inches of segmented worm you will have a recurrence unless the Liny head was passed. Q Will X rays show wheth- er-I have a tapeworm? Is it possible to have a tapeworm in brain, heart or liver? A X rays will not reveal the presence of a tapeworm The beef and fish tapeworms do not infest any part of the body except the intestines but the pork tapeworm eggs may invade any organ. For this rea- son prompt thorough treatment should be instituted as soon as the diagnosis is made. 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