Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 IHE ISTHBRIDGt HERALD tueidoy, June 14. 1170 THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Fdl-h.i'r's RcsiHni.sihil.il-y Skirls al Child's Kirlh By WAYNE (i. HKANDSTAUT. M.D. Wri'tti-ii For UnlfTprises Assn. Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON Father's Day was created to honor the fathers of our' most precious asset 'iir children. For working hard to provide for his family, father undoubt- edly deserves a lot of credit but being a good provider is not Initially, don't make the mis-j lake of'thinking that only a sou i needs a good father. A father is the first man a little girl knows. Give her your love and she will know how to give love in re- ton. Treat her as a human be- WEDNESDAY, JUNK 17 Your birthday today: More activity than you are quite enough as many a father has j ing and she will boast that hers learned to his sorrow. is lire best father iu the world., To merit the highest acco- j _ Having heard that vita- j lades as a father a man must I mjn c would prevent colds 11 assume tlie responsibilities of! gave some to my daughter, j fatherhood from the day his j 5. After taking the tablets for child is bora because a child j about 10 days she developed an learns more in his first three' years than in any other Uir'ee- year period of his life. In his first three years his physical, mental and emotional rate of i itching rash. I slopped Ihe vita- min C and Uie rash cleared up.; I tried it again wilh the same j result. Is this an allergy? ready for awaits you in the coming year. A crash pro- gram of new study might be- come necessary as conditions change. Your ability to per- suade people grows. It's a "green" and growing sort of a time if you will let it be so. Today's natives earrv a touch I A _ There is no sound evi- ync that vitamn, C in any is of school age before trying to I amount will prevent colds. Your ___ establish a close bond of under- 1 daughter's reaction sounds very call its Corona Mark 11 models Distractions intrude standing, the generation gap j much like an allergy. For fur- j because of a defective fuel line, are trying to get !J TOKYO (Reuters) Toyota Motor Co. has asked its dealers around the world lo re- mil already have widened be- j thcr proof a patch lest could be a Toyota spokesman yond repair. Yet such a bond important factor in said. of solemnity, perhaps sadness and are usually refined in taste. ARIES (March 21 April Aside from some extra care in travel and to statements in cor- i respondence, this is a busy and I productive day. Give a small' party this evening. TAUUUS (April 20 May The consistency of your work tides you over the momentary confusions of today. Deal with j professional consultants. Listen to good music tonight. C.ISMliM (May 21 June j Surprises today range from good i fortune in your creative work and contacts with important people, to minor failures of "le communication. Money mailers take a lucky trend. CANCER (June 21 July nt; while you somethiii! AS LOW f6 I HAVE D STAND IN THE ourfiai} i THOiisur i AUSHT K> IUEU 60 ON m SHOES FOR Mf, UlifL VCU7 MAYBE YOU WANT ME TO HAVE THEM gRON WHAT A SARCASTIC AlANAbEKi .f .MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS Hy Hugh Lnhlnum .performed. In this test some of! He said Corona Mark 11 a most i the vitamin is applied to a! series manufactured and sold ;uiding a j small area of skin and covered i since the beginning of this year child to maturity. He will ob- with a sterile bandage. Some serve your example with a j talc is applied to another area. depth of perception that may al i After 24 and 48 hours the times embarrass you. Don't lei patches are observed. A raised him down. If he has a good j or reddened reaction on the foundation in essential decency test area but not on the control you can send him forth into (he area would be proof of hyper- ivorld with confidence that he sensitivity. Allergy to vitamin make you proud to be his father. C. however, is very rare. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) were defective. He said Toyota's examination showed that gas leaks through cracks in the fuel line between the tank and carburetor appar- ently originated from vibra- tions. He said there have been no report of accidents caused by the defect so far. done. Care with details and less rush will help things. Fam- ily conditions provide encour- agement and stimulation. LEO (July 23 Aug. Children, young people do things which make you very happy. Friends are skeptical while actually trying to be help- ful. Something new is added to your home. V1KGO (Aug. 23 i Economic factors are on the up- turn and promise rapid growth, while purely emotional lies siif- j fer setbacks. Seek the causes, j make changes. i LlBIiA (Sept. 23 Oct. Be alert today for an opening. What is not suitable for you I may serve very nicely for somebody Important peo- i pie can help 'if they can stay B.C. (CP) A j threatened to resign July 1 un- 1 a total service area capable of out of the limelight. tew days ago. this remote less the provincial government 1 handling 35 beds. The unit will SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. northern British Columbia com- agreed to finance a hospital be equipped with the latest in i An opportunity arises you are munity of was in danger j here, was told that an 18-bed j x-ray and surgical facilities and i not quite ready to grasp. Infer- i or losing its only doctor. j modular unit will be construct- will include a cafeteria. j mation is incomplete, needs Neiv Hospital For North. Centre Doctor's Wish Granted Now it's going to have two j ed by the end of the year. "it's great news and now I'm plus a shiny new hospital for It will be built in North j frying to attract another doc- them to work in. Vancouver, shipped north by i tor into the area." said Dr. Dr. Thomas Gant, who I rail and assembled on-site with Quebec Singer Raps Caouette Ganl, who has been working out .of a frailer with two nurses I and a secretary for 18 months. "This will be a very sophisti- cated hospital and a pleasure to 1 work in. "When nothing seemed to be double-checking. A deep emo- tional need finds secret encour- agemeni. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dee. Just when things seem un- likely to work out, ycur as- sociates pitch in and tlie day concludes with everybody fairly BEETLE Mort Walker tte; PLATO DOBSHT BELIEVE T- MIT IT. rUZZ'-S VIOLST WITH ,V U'L Al Caun well satisfied CAPHICOnN (Dec. 22 ,Fan. Influential people are like-! i happening, I submitted my res- i Influential pec i ignation. Now, I've withdrawn i to what you have been j 1 doing. A little discreet promo-' MONTREAL (CP) Quebec Mnger Renes Claude suggests Creditiste Leader Heal Caouette had an eye on newspaper head- lines when he criticized the CBC hiring a "separatist chan- fceuse" to represent Canada nest month. Good News "Don't you think it's possible that in this case Mr. Caouette is just trying to make a little pub- aL hcity lor she sa.d j Healtll P Minister an interview here The CBC announced Miss Claude would represent Canada at an international song festival in Greece and Mr. Caouette quoted her in the Commons last i Friday as saying the federal government was "idiotic" to hire separatists. H It' i "I can't understand what they r Or llll DTcll.llC are so Corked up about all of a c? Miss Claude said. "After all, the federal govern- j ment is only an employer and my notice." i MacKenzie. carved put .pf for- est in 1966 to provide a site for Alexandra Forest Industries sawmill, was promised a 000 hospital this spring by both Ralph Loff- A. C. Sufferers TORONTO (CP) Chronic migraine sufferers have been months of pain relief from disabling headaches through temporary freezing of small ar- teries in the head, the fifth Ca- nadian Congress of Neurological Sciences was told. Dr. H. M. Peet of Victoria said that the freezing is carried out on branches of the artery carrying blood from the head to Hie neck. But scientists still (To Trot know why the treatment works, he added. said migraine pain results from dilatation of the arteries which1 become swollen and pain- ful. The cold treatment may cause changes in the artery lie said. Dr. Peet said that the treat- ment is carried out under local anesthetic and can be repeated. i all employers are neutral they want to hire us, it's ui them. They surely know mark and Premier Bennett. Aside .from Dr. Gant's trail- er, the closest medical facility is 120 miles south in Prince George. "I'd have hated to leave." he said. "I love tlie challenge of the north country and that's why I came here after the health min- ister urged young doctors to head out of the cities. "But the days of the horse and buggy and the little black bag are over now and doctors can't be expected to move into t i o n is the right course You stand to make some mon- j ey; put it in the bank. AQUARIUS (J an. 20 Feb. Friction among friends can occur over almost anything to- day. None of it need disturb your you permit it to do so. PISCES (Feb. ID-March Your confidence in your re- sources rises. Something you had thought beyond reach is suddenly available. Business is swept happily along by your optimism. 1.170. Ne.wsday, Inf. I MOST ASK FOR A RAISE, ALTHO I HATE TO MY CHIEF L WITH. MY PETTY PERSONAL PROBLEMS, SUCH AS iVKCHIE-By Bob Montana we are. We make no effort to new areas unless the facilities hide it. "There have been French Vote Labor Big i singers in similar international meets for years. I myself went to Sopot, in Poland, three years ago with Monique Leyrac." Miss Claude said she was not the only separatist to accept such assignments. Several had appeared at Canada Day in Osaka. Even more surprising, she are there. "Now we're going to have this new hospital and I don'l -.-_ think there will be much I i-l -if I Kill trouble getting another enthusi- Jlt ril' aslic doctor to come to town." .______________ i ROSS, England Eighteen-year-old Island Airlines Loses Licence said, was tlie choice last year of Dorice Lussier, a defeated Parti Quebecois candidate OTTAWA (CP) The licence Quebec's general election, as of Island Airlines Ltd. lo oper- co-host of Confederation Day ceremonies in Ottawa. "And I must the JOINS EENY'S SALES STAFF other he got plenty of criticism from certain Quebe- cois for accepting the job. "A person can have his OUT) political opinions without both- ering Canada. For the time being, I belong to i Shirley Harmer. formerly of Toronto, represented Canada in j Greece last year. ate a commercial air service from a base at Powell River, B.C., has been cancelled, the Canadian Transport Commis- sion announced today. The company previously had been required to show cause why its licence should not be cancelled "for failure to meet the requirements of the depart- i ment of transport for its flying j training the com-! mission said. The company had not replied. (AP) Sandra Kutsch stood up at the Con- servative party election rally and took off her blouse. Tape across her bare bosom in red letters was "Vote Labor." Sandra turned and walked out of the hall. Across her back was "Labor has no- thing to hide." "It was all I could do to make staunch Conservatives take notice." said Sandra, wife of a laboratory techni- cian and mother of a baby girl. SHE WANTS TO SURE KNOW IF SHE. THE SHOULD jHl AM) Dik Browne MIXTURE OF TWO DON'T WORRV f ABOUT WILL INTEREST HIM SOOH AMD HE'LL JOIN IN Aztecs played a game that SHORT Kins-US' Frank O'Neal was a mixture of handball and 1 i basketball called "tlachtli." Doctor Issues Warning On Venereal Disease JIM NACHAY Jim haj been employed with for six years as a service ndvisor. He also hod 6 years previous automotive experience. Jim1 wos born and raisod in Taber and is well to many. He is o married man with fhree children. He welcomes a If his many frinnd'. ond acquain- tances to 5es him af Qwny's for Jhoir moforino HP will be olear.prf in be r.f io them CALGARY (CP) Dr. Paul] tics were L. Rentiers of Edmonton has warned that, professional and public complacency coiilri per- mit an alarming increase in venereal disc.ase within Can- available about Uie j Dr. Rentiers wged physicians problem. to co-operate in reporting to the The reported incidence of: government-operated social hy- gonorrnea among every j giono clinics all cases of vene- perscns was 2.500 in the Yukon, j real infection, so that tracing in the Northwest Tcrritor- j of sexual contacts can be started BUGS BUNTVY I Dr. Rentiers is chic) of the Alberta depart mem social hygiene and professor of dcr- mnlolotiy af th? University of Alberta medical school. He told a medical incet.iny during ihe uwkcnd that inadc- qiu'ilo repiirtint! already masks fhe actual extent (if sexually- in Mio roun- i.ry F.ven though notification rrcjiiirrd by UAV, failure to re- port venereal disease probably bad badly distorted what at a tid- ies, 244.4 in Alberta. 57.4 in I Ontario and 50.2 in Quebec. Dr. Rentiers said the varia- tions may result at least in part: irom inadequate tabulation of venereal iiifccl.ion.s. Reporting in the north, where the- federal government supplied virtually all medical services.' was more intensified. II was likely Alberta doctors were reporting only one-tenth or i and a spread of the illness can be averted. Reporting of venereal disease was virtually useless unless the patient's name was disclosed. Most physicians in genera! practice had neither the exper- ience nor training for the great amount of contact tracing neces- tif'ny in venereal disease control, "UiilBss he i the consulting ...AND SO THE ELEPHANT SAID TO THE MOUSE, HATS EASY FDR you TO rrf the physician) is prepared to reporl. Ireaic-cl and the por- by name, -and co-operate with railage in Ontario and Quebec j the authorities. I am afraid we j wax probably less Uian that. I are in for a bad time." WHAT HIT ME? PIP YA SST TH'LICENSE NUMBER?