Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Thundoy, Jund IB, 1970 MAIL-BAG f THE SexuaUiy in Is Equally VK By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, CM yfekHI Written for Ncwspnpcr Enterprises Q If a man has one What operation is (lone cle removed, will that correct a hydrocele? If it is him to have children of treated, will it become can- cue A No, the sperms in A hydrocele is a collec- specimen of semen are equally divided between those that of fluid in tho scrotum. It may be treated by simply duce boys and those that off tho fluid with a duce Since in such cases re- Q _My husband, 50, has is likely, following testicle that is much removal of the fluid, a than the other. What amount of a fluid that this and what is the obliterate the hydrocele for bv causing adhesions may A This is a fairly injected. Many surgeons, mon developmental anomaly. prefer to turn the sac will not affect his ability out. Hy'droccles carry no produce children. No risk of becoming can- is Q _ what would cause _ what is a teratocarci- brown blood in my of the testis? semen? There is no blood A teratocarcinoma is a his tumor that is made A Your husband may of different types of lissue a chronic seminal of which is characteristic which is not very serious or the organ in which it occurs cancer which is. He should this case the testicle. a doctor without I have a iirethral stric- treatment may save his Could this cause cancer? Q My son, 20, has au No, it is much more descended testicle. Is this to cause an abscess or a handicap in any way? Is with a fistulous treatment to allow the dammed A person who has urine to escape. undescended testicle has a Enterprize Assn.) this reason surgical correction is strongly advised. If one testicle is bison is the largest your son's ability to have animal native to North dren will not be GOREN ON BY CHARLES reasoned, that in view In mi: it Clltlll TrlbKiiJ North-South his great length in the suit bid by North, there was a East deals. chance that his partner was void. He accordingly 9 3 5 Ihe jack of diamonds East away dummy's queen with the WEST of spades. A Void Jb A 1 C S could count two more 3 Z W A ft JW 5 the ace of spades and OJ1JS8J3 ace of hearts. If the J 5 S T lj were to be defeatedi it appeared that East find his partner with king of 'hearts. Ha returned, the Jive of AS suit. Tfcs bidding: East South Jfira 1 V J. A Paw 2 0 2 3 -4 pit up the king and West followed with the deuce. A small spade was led to the 8ble, Pass as West showed out. Opening lead: Jack of 0 An unorthodox line of was in -with the ace and .pondered Ms dwindling JteBse led ta a It was obvious that upset of South's lour soon as declarer regained lead, he would1 draw Sast opened the and discard- his re- one heart and losers on North's averealled with one North showed his only hope was that suit and Baft persisted had the nine of hearts two hearts. South, South was left With the holding was the equivalent In desperation, sound opening lid, East led back the three spades mi of hearts. West was dutifully carried on to to win the trick East believed that the .the nine, however he ponents in time to return's themselves and fie which East luffed for the setting trick. Your Horoscope By JEANE DiXON FllIDAY, JUNE ID Your birthday today: The organization and preparation done by you up to now is put to real use tliis year, and the results come in strong. Ro- mance is not simple or easy, but finds a definite expres- sion. Most of today's natives have the faculty for finding a different way of doing the ordinary things and making them pay. ARIES (March 21 April Something has to give way now, so have a care about casually blundering into seri- ous confrontations. Repercus- sions of past events tend to pile up. TAURUS (April 20-May Today your chickens come home to rcost, and if you've been doing the right thing, you can crow about it. Even so, un- settled conditons test your serenity. GEMINI (May 21-Jime Wind up the week's affairs without getting into any hassle over money. Take no responsi- bility for the funds or belong- ings of others. CANCER (June 21-Jnly Don't let yourself be rushed in- to anything. Nobody is going to be very pleased anyway, so hold your place until it's lime to move on. LEO (July 23-Aug. Com- pleting the week's enterprises turns out to be complex. There is no short cut now. Just settle down to work out the details. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Scpt. Both home and career demand too much of you today. Can- flicts are better resovled philo- sophically than projected onto others. Speculative disposition of funds is not favored. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Your creative drive scatters somewhat so that it is not so productive. Words and figures are misleading. Moderatton ir indicated. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Impulsive action brings out far more response than you want today. Strong premonitions of coming changes and events should be taken in stride. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Opposition from an asso- ciate creates a temporary stop- page. All your tact comes into use, a trifle late. Persistence is the answer. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. The basic soundness of your ideas is tested. Where it does not depend on the coop- eration of people in authority, success is within reach. AQUARIUS (Jan. Today all and sundry balk. Don't make an issue of a mo- mentary lack of assistance or misunderstanding. Find a more practical approach. PISCES 19-March Today your friends are not the least bit helpful to your most important projects. Staying .out of any financial involvements is imperative. Stanley Knowles Appointed Chancellor Of University BRANDON, Man. (CP) Stanley Knowles, New Demo- cratic Party member of Parlia- ment for Winnipeg Nortl Centre, has been appointed chancellor of Brandon Univer- sity. Mr. Knowles, 62 Thursday, succeeds Maitland Steinkopf who became the first chancellor for a three-year term when the former B i a n ct o n College achieved university status in 1967. Mr. Knowles entered Parlia- ment as a CCF member in 1942. The only break in his Commons service was a four-year period after the 1958 general election, his only defeat, when he served as executive vice-president ol the Canadian Labor Congress. The appointment is effective July 1, the same day Dr. An- drew Lloyd1 Dulmage becomes university president succeeding Dr. John E. Bobbins, earlier ap- pointed Canadian ambassador to the Vatican. Mr. Knowles became a stu- dent of Brandon College in 1927 and was a classmate of T. C. Douglas, now NDP leader. He continued his education at United College, now the Univer- sity of Winnipeg, and the Uni- Effective Monday, June 15th AS AN ADDED CONVENIENCE TO ALL LETHBRIDGE HERALD SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS THE HERALD'S SWITCHBOARD EXCHANGE WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL PJ, WEEKDAYS MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS and UNTIL 1 P.M. SATURDAYS For Classified and Display Advertising and Circulation Enquiries, Please Call 3284411 (Connecting All Herald Departments) HERALD OFFICE CLOSING HOURS REMAIN UNCHANGED AT 5 P.M. WEEKDAYS AND 12 NOON SATURDAYS flic Letldmdge Herald versity of Manitoba where he received the degree of bachelor of divinity. An ordained United Church I U5EP TO COME HOME AMP HURL AW6LOVE INTO THE STAMP L05IN6 MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS ASIDE-EYED BEAUTY L IN THE ALTOGETHER... THAT'S MY KIND Or APT! HAVE BUT SCORN FOR THE PAINTER WHO ATTEMPTS TO TELL A STORY ON CANVAS. US ARTISTS A BAD NAME. Chic Young THE WORST THINS THAT CAN HAPPEN TO A WOODPECKER HAPPENED TO M BEETLE Mort Walker I THINK IT JUST GOLLY, I DON'T FEBL.UtfE SETTINS UP OUT Of BEP STANLEY KNOWLES thre'e-year term minister, he is a printer by trade. He has been NDP house leader since 1962. Smog-Free Car Close To Reality DETROIT (AP) The addi- tion -of more emission controls and engine modifications de- signed to bring a "smog-free" car closer to reality have been announced by the Ford Motor o. Harold C. MacDonald, vice- president of Ford's product de- velopment group, said with the new system, "the hydrocarbon level will he reduced more than iO per cent from the level emit- ted from vehicles not equipped with emission controls and the carbon monoxide level will drop 70 per cent" in 1971 model cars. The new system to control emissions from the fuel tank will eliminate almost all such evaporative emissions, M a c- Donald said. These account fur about 20 per cent of hj'drocar- jcn emissions from an uncon- trolled vehicle. He said Ford's 1971 model regular fuel engines, constitut- ing about 90 per cent of produc- tion, will be designed to operate efficiently on 91-octane fuel. The remaining premium-fuel engines will be converted to run on the 81-octane fuel during the model year. Revisions involve lowering j compression ratios, adjusting spark liming or both, he said. LJ% Al Capp WE'VE TAKEN OVER FROM THE FILTHV ANIMALISTIC US HASN'T DARED COME WEAR IT FOR MONTHS.'.'" v THEY OWN Si IT NOW HARVARD MEDICAL A KIDDING? THAT'S "CADDY AND HE CARRIES THE GOLF FROM THE FIRST TEE.' MI6HT HAVE HAP A NEST WITH IS THAT WHERE THE "COZY" CARRIES THE TEA 6AG FROM THE FIRST eouFi HI AND Browne HOW CW THEY TELL BOW OL'P A TREE IS WHEN NOBODV CAN HMD OUT HOW OLD MOM IS? LOOK, 7 AW, THAT SIANT I 6O ON REDWDOP TREE IS OVER 100 YEARS OLD.' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Nca! BUGS BUNNY SEPARATED BY MINIS CAIRO (Reuters) The ex- hilarating sight of naked knees is forcing segregation of the sexes in a Cairo school. Educa- tion officials said boys and girls wore being ordered into sepa- rate classrooms because "with the mini and the mini-mini skirt it has been found that the boys do not give as much attention to their teachers as they give to the bare knees of their neigh- Iwrs of the fair sex on the bench." YOWL! HERE'S TH'DOUSH PER TH'MOVIE! YOU KNOW, K05COB, THE OLDER YOU SET THE HARPER IT BECOMES TO THROW AM AUTHENTIC TEMPER TANTRUM!