Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD FriJoy, Juno 12, 197U Your Horoscope Bv JEANE DIXON SATUUDAY, JUN15 1.1 Vour liirlliclay tmlay: Sim- plicity is now your main goal. Whatever is no longer1 useful should be left behind. Any unnecessary clutter you re- tain through this year will burden the next 10 years. Influences indiuic several points of sudden change; 13e prepared to go with the larger reality. Today's na- lives generally have great skill for calculations. ARIES (March 21 April Vour consideration for loved ones and close associates now makes all the difference for the future. Perhaps you are not quite accurate in your estimate of the situation. TAURUS (April 211 May You now encounter pressure to do too much, too soon. There is little guarantee in either haste or extra travel. Your serenity is needed by others. GEMINI (Slay 21 June Liberal Parly To Hold Secret Vote Al Meet OTTAWA fCP) The Liberal party will vote by secret balbt during a policy conference here Nov. 20-22 on whether to hold a leadershp convention, it was an- nounced today. Senator Richard Stanbury (L- president of the Lib- eral Federation of Canada, said at a news conference it has not yet teen decided whether the result of the vote will be made public. A resolution calling for a lead- ership convention is automatic at a national convention follow- ing a general election. Prime Minister Trudeau's leadership is not considered in danger. At this fall's policy meeting, to be attended by eome delegates, there will be no device for any leadership there is run against Sir. Trudeati. The earlier hours arc complex, with too many tilings going en at once. Hatters quickly settle down and are rather satisfying. You may be tempted to splurge for some gadget. CANCER (June 21 July Certain differences serve to clear the air. Cope with them in such a way that they can be ended quickly. Home life is lively. IJJO (July -23 Aug. Haste, particularly in travel, brings complications which takes away the fun. Aside from this, personal ventures go well. Entertain modestly in the evening. VIRGO (Aug. 211 Si-pi. 1 The day runs smoothly enough. Make changes only after you check through the pjaijabiirties and understanding the general patterns. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You still must pace your ef- forts to give others time to see where you are going and to catch up wilh you. Rushing peo- ple into things just doesn't work today. I SCORPIO (Oct. 2i! Nov. Secrets are almost certain to leak out. Avoid.doing anything that you would not want known; do not assume that your whole secret is out, but disclose no further information. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. You are confronted with the results of your own treat- ment of your friends. Find some activity that gives you a chance to work off internal ten- sions. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your day is apt to be stren- uous without going on new routes. Your mate and associ- ates require tactful considera- tion. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fell. Your special temptation is j to rush and perhaps overlook a critical point that may change everything. Tilings taper off later, and the evening is happy. PISCES (Feb. 13 March Apart from, early indecisions, the day flows smoothly. Line up your budgets, vacation plans, and the like. Correspon- dence .may be important. THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG IVo Definite Cause Of Polyeylhcmia Known By WAYNE G. liHANDSTADT, Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. ij Tlic doctor says my 'daughter, 21, has too much blood. What causes this? What can she do to correct it? A Your daughter probably has polycylhemia. It may be associated with emphysema, silicosis and various other dis- eases but hi most cases no cause can be found. No drugs should be given for it, however, until an effort has been made to discover and remove the cause. There is no cure but with skillful management the dis- ease can be controlled. The best treatment is radioactive phos- phorus or pibobroman (Ver- Q Ilk doctor says I have polycythemia. My friend has all the same symptoms. His doctor says he has pernicious anemia. What is the difference between these two diseases? A Persons with polycy- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1C IffO: The CMeiso Trlbunt] Neither vulnerable. North feals. NORTH A A 10 0 AKJ J3652 WEST EAST V 1087 5 <25 05 0 100783 7' SOUTH WAQ931 OQ84Z 153 The bidding; North East South West INT Pass 3V Pass iV Fass Pass Puss Opening lead: King of When A communications ttarl in a side suit threatened the safety o[ Ms -four heart eontraet, South devised a dramatic method for develop- ing an additional entry' to his hand, West opened the Iting of dubs and continued with Ihe ice es East and South lolloped both times, thereby iccotroting for all the out- cards in the suit. West led the eight next, East ruffed with the five of hearts ind South overniffed with the nine. A heart was led to the king and when East showed out, declarer was confronted with a serious problem. Altho he had 10 top tricks, five hearts, four diamonds, and one spade was reason to believe, that he would have difficulty in taking them all. It would require all 'of South's trumps to pull West's hearts. When he attempts to 1 run t h e diamonds subse- j quently, he must overtake the third round with the queen inasmuch as he has no other entry back to his .hand. For this play to succeed, tho suit must divide three-three which is unlikely inasmuch as West has already shown up with eigbt cards in clubs and hearts. If South tries to cash North's diamonds before drawing trump, to eliminate the roadblock' West can ruff in. Presently the declarer observed a way to create an entry to his hand that hinged on finding East with the king of spades: He proceeded to draw four rounds of hearts and on the last trump. he' discarded'.Ihe ace of spades from the dummy. A' diamond was led to the ace, followed iy the king and jack. Now the ten of spades was played. East put. up the king, however he was obliged to put 'South in on tho next lead since the latter was left with the queen of spades and the queen of master card- in each suit. In all South lost two clubs and I onesoade (hernia have too blood cells and red those with anemia (any kind) have too few. Any similarity between your symptoms and those of your friend are purely inciden- tal. Q T have Peyronie's dis- ease. What causes it? Vitamin E has relieved the pain but there has been no return of libido. Is there any other treat- ment? A In Peyronie's disease small fibrous tumors form in the usually in men who are over 45. A recent study in- dicates that the disease is caused by an as yet unidenti- fied virus. Surgical treatment has proved unsatisfactory and is no longer recommended. The results with vitamin E are often disappointing unless it is used in conjunction with potassium iodide or potassium para- aminobenzoate Some doctors have had good results with the injection of the tumors with triamcinolone diacetate. Q it harmful to take Preludin daily? A Although this appetite suppressant is not habit form- ing, persons who take it regu- larly m a y develop a de- pendence on it. It should not be taken by anyone who has cor- onary heart disease, an overac- tive thyroid or high blood pres- sure. Side effects include dry mouth, insomnia, itching, nau- sea, dizziness and headache. There are better ways to keep your weight down. HE WANTS TO WALK RISHTOFFTHEJOS I PON'T THINK tie's 60INS-TO.THOVSIU HE CAN'T LEAVE BECAUSE I'M M1UDL1S-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidmad Regional Development Doomed Claims Harries EDMONTON (CP) A Lib- eral member of parliament feels the federal government's re- gional development policy is "bound to fail." Hu Harries, MP for Edmon- ton-Strathcona, told a city chamber of commerce meet- ing that Canada must develop a type of regionalism, that con- centrates on strengths within a national framework. "Canada will remain strong as a nation not by batting down regional differences, but by building them up." Dr. Harries is an economic consultant, board chairman of an Edmonton-based steel and pipe company, and former dean of commerce and business ad- miinistration at the University of Alberta. He said it appears regional development can take three dif- ferent re- gionalism, equality for all, or a political system that recog- nizes regional differences. The first two trends lead to separatism he said, and the second, likened to the approach by Regional Development Min- ister Jean Marchand. consists of "levelling out the plain by flattening out the hills and fill- ing in the valleys." The objective of Mr. Mar- chand's program was a per- capita income the same for all of Canada and this involves taking from the "haves" and giving it to the "have-nots." "We have got to look at the creation of a political mechan- ism which recognizes regional- he said. Economic policy "ought to be frankly regional." Declared Unfit To Stand Trial CALGARY (CP) Elmer Fuhrcr, 34, of Trochu, Alta., lias been declared unfit to stand trial on a charge of non-capital murder and was committed indefinitely to Ponoka mental institution. He was charged with the murder1 of Robert Henry Rout- ledge, a 55-year-old University of Alberta professor, who was slashed in the throat by a straight razor in a downtown hotel April 25. KIDDIES' 0 Saturday June 13fli From 5 a.m. to 12 Noon HENDERSON LAKE Open to Children Under 16 Years of Age FIRST, SECOND and THIRD LARGEST FISH PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED SPONSORED BY THE IETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME ASSOC. AND IETHBRIDGE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. Senate reform alone would not aclu'eve this; "there are more members from Toronto than from the three prairie provinces." Dr. Harries said there should be more regional councils. The Prairie Economic Council is "a first faltering step in the right directiov." He said provincial political leaders are at fault also be- cause they have not empha- sized regional development. Student Play Criticizes Education CALGARY (CP) A group of high school students staged a short play for the Wort h Commission on educational planning Thursday. The plot was critical of education in the province. The students, members of the two-year-old Educational Youth Enterprises in Calgary, pro- duced a script which charged that the school system is try- ing to appease the business community and that schools produce robots. Chairman Dr. Walter Worth described the presentation as the most unique in the com- mission's seven weeks of hear- ings. Commission members met the group on the floor to anal- yse the performance and the schools which inspired it. "One of the things we were trying to say was1 that even teachers are forced to play roles in the system, said spokesman May Lipton. "In the play, f'm forced to be an authoritarian power figure by the circum- stances I work in." Educational Youth Enter- prises, which represents a dis- cussion group for reform hi edu- cation, was supported by Lowell Williams, a former administra- tive assistant to the Calgary public school board. Mr. Williams1, a post-gradu- ate student in education at the University of Calgary who pre- sented a brief on the need for a learning oriented education system, said he "couldn't have presented a better picture of the school system in years" than the play. TOUTS NOT SUPPOSEDTO STYES'! J I WIYN3T-J VAIN.CONCEITED, WROGANT.AND OBJECTIONABLE, BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE Mort Walker you yoUK WMieTLE? MOW ON EARTM PIP TI-IAT HAPPEN, SAfTSE I GUESS I'LL HAVE TC TELL you, __MB VblCE SOUNPS LI'L Al Capp ECM Suggests i Money Pool To Help Members 1 BRUSSELS (Reuters) The i European Common Market's ex- c c u t i v e commission rccom- mended today the creation of a pool to provide fin- i ancial support to any nn-mber j country in economic (iiu'ic.ilUes, informed sources here said. The commission's recommen- dation to the Common Market's council of ministers was based on a plan drawn up by the six- nation community's monetary committee last month. UK us from the pool would ini- tially be for a maximum period of two years. The council of ministers, which must give its approval before the proposal be- j comes effective, would be left! with a wide degree of discretion to fix interest rates and other conditions for the loans. The Market countries arc France, West Ccrmany, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands and I Luxembourg. CHuCKLZ.fr. AM I IN TIME ton. LUNCH? CAN'TDO IF THE PUBLIC SEES AN I OFFICER IN THIS 'EMACIATED COWD1TION-THEV1L LOSE J THEIR f. II Bob Montana OH, YOU'RE 6OING AS AN INDIAN OFF THE RESERVATION AND TONIGHT SKIP THE HATE JOKES ABOUTr-TO DANCE, MY DANCIN6 YOU'LL BE BWNSINS BULU.' I FEEL LIKE A SITTING DUCK I... SHE'S FOR THAT _yisOIN6 AS. 'DATE YOU V'RUNNING WATER." J UI AiVD Dik Browne SHOUT RIBS-By Frank O'Ncal BUGS BUNNY HIYA, PORKY; YOU KIDS ET WE'RE JUST DON'T YOU REALIZE YOU'RE A CHISELING, OVERBEARING; OBNOXIOUS, INTERFERING CREEP?