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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, June 15. "70 THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Mood Vessels Arc Tied Off During Openilion By WAYNE G. BRANDSTAUT, iM.U. Written (or Assn. 11 Wliat is (lone (luring major operation to keep the pa tient from bleeding to death? operations on the hear the body temperature is lowered and the blood is sent through mechanical pump (aiiif i c i a hciirt) thus by passing the ailing organ. In all operations, starting with cutting through Hie skin, eacl small bleeding vessel is clamp then tied. Larger vessels are Olivier Made Baron By Queen LONDON (CP) Some of Britain's mast famous names in entertainment, a Common- wealth prime minister and former ilcGill University pro- fessor receive high awards' in the Queen's birthday honors list published Saturday. Sir Laurence Olivier, who will play his first musical role next season as Broadway gambler Nathan Detroit in a National Theatre revival of Guys and Dolls, becomes a life baron. Dame Sybil Thorndike, 88- year-old doyenne of British actresses, becomes a Com- panion of Honor, as does Sir Frederick Ashton, director of the Royal Ballet. An array of box office names receiving lesser awards includes Rich- ard Burton, TV personality David Frost and a couple of actresses from an export-earn- ing BBC TV serial, The Forsyte Saga, now showing in Canada New Zealand Prime Minister Keith Holyoake becomes a knight grand cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George GCMG, which entitles him to the prefix "sir." The former Montreal uity member is Prof. George Catlin, who becomes a Knight Bachelor. Surrey-born Catlin, 73, headed the political science department at McGill from 1954 to 1960 and is the father of Shirley Williams, a junior edu- cation minister and intellectual dynamo in the Wilson adminis- tration. RECREATION CLEANUP ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) The Newfoundland department of mines and resources has an- nounced that will be spent to improve the province's 38 parks this year. About 500 new camping and picnic sites will be built. A spokesman said the work would be three-quart- ers finished by July. The pro- gram includes a new Codroy Valley Park on the island's west coast. clamped and tied before tbej arc cul. (J During an mj heart stopped' beating for a few minutes. What could have caus ed this? What pertinent inform ation should 1 have put on my medical identification bracelet' A Cardiac arrest is always an unexpected surgical era gency because, if it persists foi more than four minutes, the chance of reviving the heart poor. It may be caused by a re- action to the anesthetic' used stimulation of the vagus_ nerve or insufficient oxygen in tin lungs. This occurs in less thai one operation in and is no likely to happen to you again but you may want Hie words "cardiac arrest" on the walle card lo which your bracele alerts medical attendants. Q What method is used to remove sti'etch marks? A If the stretch marks or striae are in an exposed area they can be removed only by skin grafting but most persons prefer to live with them. Q I plan to have my skin planed to remove some unsight- ly acne scars. I hear they freeze the skin then use a rotating wire brush to remove the outer'lay- era of skin. Isn't this very pain ful? How successful is this oper- ation? A the sldn acts as an anesthetic but some persons are much more sensitive to pain than others. This procedure re- quires a great deal of skill on the part of the surgeon who must avoid planing too deep as this would increase rather than decrease the scarring. The op- eration is not as popular as il was a few years ago. Q wife's doctor has pre- scribed Symmetrel for her park- insonism. My druggist says this drug is for flu, not palsy. What do you think? A Although Symmetrel, a prescription dnig, was brough out as a preventive against in- fluenza, I'ecent reports show that it is of value in selected cases of parkinsonism. Enterprise Assn.) Soviets Expell Time Newsman MOSCOW (Reuters) The Soviet foreign ministry has ex- jelled Time correspondent Stan, ey Cloud, the magazine an. nounced here today. Cloud, 33, left today on holi- day before being reassigned, a spokesman for Time Inc. said. He has been one of the maga- zine's two correspondents here since last October. A statement issued on behalf of Murray Gart, Time's chief of correspondents, said no reason iad been given for the Soviet action although repeated at- empts were made here and in Vashington to find out wrhat was behind it. Bills got you buffaloed? See HFC Don't be stampeded! Get help now with an HFC Bill Payer Loan. Pay everything at have just one payment a month ...to than the monthly total you're paying now. For bill paying, or for any other good purpose, borrow with confidence from HFC. Apply for your losn by pnoni. We'll supply your Joan by mail, Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON 1HOIUT Of H. Jl 1 Jl mnttt It ii 18.35 32.86 I! nwMi 19746 28.37 51.24 31.56 1 IGO JOQ 550 IGOO UOQ 1500 .1000 1000 92.53 123.46 3t.il 113.38 151. 17 HOUSEHOLD FINANCI IETHBRIDGE Avenue 327-1511 (two doors of Ad' about our tvcninq hours TUESDAY. JUNE IB Your birthday today: A year cf personal adventure begins, in which each day can be poetic, poignant, or dramatic. All yon have lo do is open your eyes to reality. There will be stimulating new contacts just when you least expect them. Today's natives arc active, preferring physical approaches to all problems; dancing is an oil- sought outlet. ARIES (March 21-April Today is -one of those mercurial times when it seems some- tiling is about to happen and doesn't quite. Even very ordi- nary people appear unusual, sharper. TAURUS (April 20-May Let others take the lead while you tend to financial details. An orignal action holds good prospects for you. Delays are unimportant. GEMINI (May 21-Junc Rise and shine with your rest- less curiosity. Some older people seem, determined lo get in your way. Improvise a way to get around them soon. CANCER (June 21-July For the nonce all your friends choose to be contrary, asking special attention. Good work takes rcol now, especially starting point ideas. LEO (July 23 Aug. Mental effort today is more effective than physical action. If you can get around the chronic nuisances, you can hit on a new short cut and get a lot done. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. Travelling does not bring the expected results, but thing else sails along beautiful- y. Routine mallei's are easily handled now. LIBRA (Scpl. 23 Oct. Patience wilh group finances anally turns to your advantage in the form of special aid in personal matters. Seeks imagi- native ideas. SCORPIO (Oct. Nov. Try to get full co operation from people of large resources who usually avoid publicity. Help in your career can be ob- tained. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Whatever you do seems uphill; you will see that the resistance has forced you to do betttcr work and has brought other views inlo your final re- sults. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. People you care about in- volve you in their problems now. In business affairs you can cany out a bit of excellent strategy. Travel, a fresh point of view are important. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Do not slow your career efforts for family dilemmas. Even routine details, finished today, have a broad leverage on the future. Meeting people is of high importance. PISCES (Feb. 10-Marcli Visitors bring information and perhaps information is by far the more valuable. Marital and partnership mat- ters flourish now. 1970, Newsday, Inc. UNLESS..........UNLESS, OF CfflKSE. VOU HAPPEN TO FlNP SOME 6IKL WHO IS EVEN MOKE WKW-WASHY THAN YOUASE-... <3M SfL WHO IS SO ANP 50 THAT SHE'LL REALLY SOMETHING.' I WAS URONS, CHARLIE KW...WLL PROBABLY 6ET MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidmu Abandoned Cars To Be Removed Free Of Charge OUCH! MAN! TOUJUST STEPPED ON A DIK-DIK! Chic Young OK- BOY WOUI LOVE TO FROM THH H! BUSTLE OF THE WELL, VOU'D HAVE TO PADDLE ME IN FOR MV BRIDGE CLUB MEETIN3 ON TUESDAYS .__, BKETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) An experiment by Gen- eral Motors Corp. in the vicinity of this northern Michigan resort may solve the problem of re- moving abandoned cars from rural areas. For the next eight weeks, GM, in co-operation with its five dealerships in the area, will re- move free of charge any auto- mobiles abandoned within 20 miles of Traverse City. Roger M. Kyes, executive vice-president of GM, said the test is to learn whether the company's program for remov- ing abandoned autos is economi- cally feasible. Company officials estimate :here may be to 3.000 junked cars within the test area. REPORT TO DEALER The plan calls for anyone owning or spotting an aban- doned car to call a company dealers with details. The dealer takes the informa- tion to law enforcement agen- cies which wiil determine if the vehicle is eligible for disposal. If the car can be disposed of, it is taken to a local auto wreck- ing yard at GM's expense. Usa- ble material is sent to found- ries. Kyes said moving abandoned wrecks from outlying areas is too costly for most scrap yard operators. He predicted that the Trav- erse City tests will show "we have devised a system that not only will remove the accumula- tion of abandoned vehicles from the countryside, but a system that will be so economically self-sustaining that we can vir- tually eliminate the possibility of such accumulations occurring again." GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN lo ino: br Tai chlcw ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 1-Neither vulnerable, as South you-hold: 4K6 KG42 OKQ3 The bidding has proceeded: Booth West North East Pass .Pasj Pass What do you bid now? hand if a little too good for a simple raise jn clubs. Some mild effort .should be made encourage partner -to go on, and the belt choice Is one no trump which, over club. In. Ucates from' 9 to 11 points. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: W2 OA33 The bidding.has proceeded: West North East South Pass I .10 What do you bid? preempt has Jammed tip the .bidding and your beat action Js somewhat of a guess. Three no trump aeems a reason- able choice on the ground'that nine trlcts Bhould be easier to vin than 11. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4Q83 WAR 0108654 tqJ3 The bidding has proceeded: Snath West North East Pass Pass 0 Pass What do you bid now? no trump. Normally count OS1 13 points Is required" for a Jump to' two no trump, but after a previous pass this action may to taKen with H or K. A Jump to three diamonds Is not recommended, because partner a doubtful holding in .the major suits mar not he able to bid no trump. Q. are vulnerable, the opponents have a 30 part score, and as South you hold: 4AKJI09S5 <7AK OK 1053 The bidding has proceeded: North .East South West Pass 1 J ifr Pass DMc. Pass What do you bid now? spades. WhUe we disinclined to override n doublet lit this level, we reel that part- ner In this sequence might not visualize a seven card spado nilt. U ho has RO much as the jack of diamonds for us, we can ncora hand It might prove position can be punished no than 100 points. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4632 yt4 010973 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East Pass 14 Dole. Pass 2 Pass 3 V Pass What do you bid now? hearts. Two mall trumps aro not contidered ade- quate support on -which to offer raise, but North's bid shows least a good sit card suit and our six points should enough io produce t play for game. Q. fi-Both ax South you hold: 4AQI063 <24 QKQ85Z43Z The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1V Pass 1 4 Pass 2 Pass 2 0 2 V Pass What do you -bid now? would advise you to quit while the quitting Is good. This Is obviously' a misfit and the best place to play atieh hand' Is at as low a level U is venicnt. One more bid by yon may Mart barrage of doubles from the enemy. Q, vulnerable, ss South you hold: 45 4 2 VAK3 OK 10 S 5 4AK- The bidding has proceeded: South West. North East 1 NT Pass 3 4 Pass What do you bid now? In thin iltuaUon a raise la offered to partner, but with all our values located in thB other we would prefer to bid three no trump and await developments. If partner's hand Is highly unbalanced he may tike control himself. Q. vulnerable, ?x South you hold: .48fi2 The bidding has proceeded; West North East South 14 20 Pass What do you bid? A two heart Wd noV tecommended. Partner hn described t hand whom rlrtuei are to be found principally In the diamond suit. If he .wtrt tcrcsied ]n hearU, he would doubled first lad ,tttfg ibon Ufl j LJ'i ABNER-By AJ Capp I HAVE ANOTHER I IDEA.VBUV HARVARP EV IT AIMVT HUMAM.'S IT'S SCHOOL AND I LOST MY SKOrroN DAT NUDIST COLOWV O'VOURS.'.' HELLO, 'DID YOU GET WHAT YOU Bob Montana HOW'S THE II YOU'RE CLASS FUND OUR CAR WASH GOING 9 YET THE 6IRLS J ARE SETTING ALL THE CUSTOMERS HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne WELL, FOR ONE N OKAY, THINS, VOU WHAT'S TO FIX MY MEfiDINS CABINET V WITH IT? SHORT KIBS-Bj Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ;