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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETH3RIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Juno 30, 1970 [R HOROSCOPE WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 Your birthday today: The year ahead challenges you to 'learn greater self reliance. Your view of the world widens to include many tilings that you missal be- fore. Your tendency is toward talk rather than involvement. You will need extended times of privacy in which to gather ycur intuitive forces and work out your own philoso- phv. TodaVp natives mtfrlv always follow several kinds of work at once. A streak of unconventionalily is normal. ARIES (March Exchanges of property are pos- sible. A short journey brings re- sults and a new interest. Senti- mental projects go well in the later hours. THE WELL CHILD Outdoor Flay Beneficial Children In Summer To By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Children who spend a lot of time watching television in an air-conditioned house instead of getting outdoors to play are developing what may be called tiie summer syndrome, a condi- tion of impaired physical fit- ness, low stamina and, in some eases, a mild anemia. Most children thrive on summer heat and should be allowed to play in the yard or a nearby park. If, while sitting in fi'ont of the TV, often at too close a range, they also nibble at snacks, their bodies will accumulate fat rath- er than muscle. Mothers should limit their children's intake of peanut butter, ice cream and candy in the summer because their need for high-caloric foods is less in warm weather. On the other hand, the need for liquids is increased. Pop, however, should not crowd fruit juices and milk out of your child's diet. If your child has been playing outdoors in the heat he should have a five- or 10-minute cooling-off period be- TAURUS (April 20-May Use today's spurt of energy to do something about your per- son, clothing, hairstyle. An open mind suddenly seizes on a novel solution to an old prob- lem. GEMINI (May 21-Jiine Listen to the advice of people longer on the job than yourself and take a conservative ap- pro a c h. Consultations on health, confidential matters arc favored. CANCER (June 21-July Today marks the beginning of a three-week personal improve- ment 'campaign. Make perma- nent the good things that are going on. There is something to celebrate this evening. LEO (July Be so- ciable, make life more enjoy- able for everybody. Seek intro- ductions to recently arrived neighbors. Find a small party this evening. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Scpl. Pay attention to older people. [You can attract beneficial in- iterest now. Today is very promising for efforls at legal Immediate Govt, Action Demanded EDMONTON (CP) Immed- iate action by the provincial government to meet the needs of residents of Port McKay in northeast Alberta has been de- manded by the provincial Metis association. Association president made the demand in a letter to Premier Harry Strom. Copies were released to the press: The letter said the basic needs of the Fort McKay peo- ple were "hurt in a variety of ways by on-going economic 'de- velopment' which has destroyed the former basis of their lives. !1 Mr. Daniels said Great Cana- dian Oil Sands Ltd. "has broken its promise of hiring priority for Fort McKay and Fort Mc- Murray native people." Wheat Sale To Syria WINNIPEG (CP) A second sale of wheat to Syria was an- nounced here by the Canadian wheat board. The contract for about bushels of Durum wheat brings sales to Syria this year to a total of bushels. The wheat board announce- ment said the new sale was made possible by the federal government's expanded credit program. Nearly bushels of wheat have been sold to developing countries under this program so far. Delivery of the wheat begins immediately and will continue until October. fore his meal. Q _ jiy daughter, is growing hail- under her1 arms. Her pediatrician is not con-1 settlements, conferences, filing of papers. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Your friends are trying to he cerncd about this. What do you think? A Premature development of hair m the armpits is usual- ly accompanied by some hair in the pubic region. This occurs chiefly in girls who are of above average height and is of no sig- nificance if there are no other signs of puberty and if an adrenal rumor can be ruled out. Q What causes a cradle cap on a baby's head? What is the best treatment for it? A A cradle cap consists of yellow scaly or encrusted patches of seborrhea on the scalp. It is common in infants and is treated by giving a shampoo daily followed by the application of Pragmatar or a similar preparation. Q A buhy had a small soft lump on the back of her head when she was two months old. By the time she was a year old it had enlarged and the doc- tor said it was a cyst and would have to be removed. What caused it? Coidd it be malig- nant? A This probably is an epidermoid cyst, a developmen- tal abnormality. They are of- ten hard to remove completely and tend to recur, but they are not cancerous. I helpful. Turn to the most im- portant chores first, and con- Jnue down to the more details. For the evening: good music or a quiet party. Teeter-Toller Record Broken WELLAND, Ont. (OP) Canadian East-West rivalry gained another dimension here as six Welland teen-agers claimed a world record by bouncing up and down times on a tee- ter-totter. The 200 hours they spent on the teeter-totter broke the previous record held by a iu'gh school group in Kara- loops, B.C. The six Kaz- mir, Jerry Royik, Jim MacDougall, Lany Jarows- lowski, Joe Merritt and Dave S350 for leukemia research with their stunt. PROTEST HUNGER BELGRADE (Reuters) A group of 14 students have gone on a hunger strike ait Belgrade's school of philosophy over what they call "the plight of miners and other hungry people in Yu- goslavia." This is the first pub- lic demonstration by Belgrade students since large-scale un- rest two years ago. For Summer Fun 5-50 DOWN PER MONTH So Litfle Paid For So Much! tlh AVENUE ith STREET, 19lh STREET AVENUE, SCORPIO (OCi. 23-NOV. Partnership matters work out rather well. Questions involving distant people get answers from novel sources of information. With a grain of salt, please. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Today you attract much enthusiasm and a s s i s tance Group finanacial actions am more likely to prosper. Take home something nice for your loved ones. CAPRICORN (Dec. Your attention 22-Jan. for the coming three weeks should focus on ways of getting more effective co-operation from oth- ers. Meditate on where you have been short of your own standards. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Creative thinking comes more readily today. Get in as many details of your regular work and some side interests as you can, while the energy flows well. PISCES (Fell. 19-March Use this completely wholesome sort of day to meet people half- way in good humor; act in har- mony with friends and family. Sentimental interests advance. THURSDAY, JULY 2 Your birthday today: "Re- organization" describes the coming year. All your re- sources are subject to growth and conversion to more us- able form. Liquidate pro- jects which are beyond your personal management. Your memory of special informa- tion, long-neglected facts- will By Jeane Dixou stand you in very good stead in the complex times ahead. Today's natives place great importance on home life and usually are very good teach- ers. ARIES (March 21 April Your temptation is to act on in- complete infoi'ma t i o n. Make your decisions late, or better, tomorrow. You family situation is the most likely focus of the next three weeks. TAURUS (April 20 May Doubt and disorder are avoid- ed by adhering to routines. Ac- counts and correspondence are quite mixed up, so check for accuracy as you proceed. GEMINI (May 21 June All types of people with fancy schemes are around now. Your first impulse is not necessarily the best one today. Think twice before making any commit- ments. CANCER (June 21 July Don't fight the crosscurrents of confusion people dis- cover for themselves the flaws in thsir plans. Your own plans can advance more readily later. LEO (July 23 Aug. Personal problems have no place in your career, so let them be imsnoken. Do exactly is needed no more. If you catch up on delayed work you will earn praise and goodwill. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your friends rally around but j misunderstand your situation. Give them time to revise their ideas, while sticking to your own careful schemes. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Your surge of energy runs into t e m porary delays, bottlenecks today. Negotiate carefully with an eye to the future; postpone projects if need be. SCORPIO (Oct. Nov. Now is not the time for even minor revisions. Reflect over- night or perhaps longer on any project proposed today. You may react more abruptly than people can follow. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. You will be glad later you resist the temptation to specu- late today. Pertinent details are missing in the schemes of well- meaning friends. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your skill at reorganizing meets a challenge now as some unrealistic ventures come apart. In the evening hours you can achieve conciliation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fen. Bear with temporary set- backs, interruptions; return to your original plans as soon as you can. Much can be done despite unsettling conditions early in the day. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Stay with settled routines in preference to experiments, par- ticularly with money. Some- thing is going on which makes for both high comedy and se- rious concern. 1970, Newsday, Inc. I PONT RECAtLl ASUNS FOR, ANY APVICE, SWEETIE i A. IP JK6ST THAT fW SPEAK ON THE NEW WOMEN'S LIK6ATION MOVEMENT KCAllSE REALLY THE MOST IMPORTANT WINS I HEAR WK 60INS OFJUty SPEECH MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS WHERE DYA STEAL I S Chic Young HOW CAN YOU MAKE A CLAIM EGG ROUTE IN UKETJ.E Mort Walker KAX BUT DON'T BLAME ME IF I ACTINS STUPID C: A MOSQUITO Keeps BUZZINS AfXWND MV HEAP Li'l. Al Capp .'r-AH LEADS A LOW ELVL! PE- ON ACCOUNT O1 MAH PROFESHUM WHICH IS SKONKS.1: NOPE-TO PREVENT ISTM'fiUARD THAR TO TH' SKONK PREVENT DOQPATCH'S MAJOR i FOLKS FUM MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL GITTIN'IM? COMPLEX 7 'INSIDE MAN'FOM I GITTIH' GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN le me: sr TM CMCIK Trihmti Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH KS43 EAST A7C2 >7 v QJ9 015 AK WEST A Q8 0 AK83 AQJ2 SOUTH A AJ10S West Pass Pass 030 542 1.1 The Bidding: North East South I Pass 1 4 3 6 Pass 4 A Pass Pass Opening leadYKTng of 0 The defense succeeded in scoring an upset in today's deal by applying considerable pressure against South, the declarer at four spades. The latter could have foiled his opponents' efforts had he not been the victim of a blind spot. West opened the king of diamonds and East followed suit with the queen. This is a conventional signal announc- ing that the player is pre- pared to have his partner underlead the ace subse- quently. In other words, a defender should not play the queen unless he also holds the jack or else has a singleton and can therefore ruff the next trick. West dutifully continued a small diamond and East put up the jack. There was no appealing shift, so East led a third round of diamonds, forcing the dummy to ruff. The king of spades was cashed on which West dropped the eight. North continued with a small spade and when East fol- lowed with the six, South took the finesse by playing the ten from his hand. West was in with the queen of sparlcs and hi returned the ace of diamonds. North ruffed with the nine of spades and East discarded his sin- gleton heart. Declarer could not get off dummy without leading a heart and East ruffed with the seven of spades to score the setting trick. South could have made his contract by going up with the ace of spades on the second lead of that suit. The fact that the queen falls is fortui- tous, however, even if West shows East with four trumps, the jack of spades can be safely led K> drive out the queen, for East has no diamonds left to return. When South regains the lead, he can draw the last trump with the ten of spades and then discard his remain- ing diamond on North's hearts. The suggested line of play fails only if East has four trumps and is void of hearts, which is a very remote prospect. BUGS BUNNY V6R GARDEN'S COMIN' ALONG FINE, FUDDSyJ LOOKS LIKE A GOOO SEE VA GETTIM ELECTEE! SERSEAMT- AT-ARMS' OF VSR IFWEADIN'MV FUTURE SO BORING TO YOU, I CAM GO SOME-} WHERE AH ISWRITIN'TH' STOR.VO'MAH LIFE ALTHO NOT MAWY FOLKS KNOWS AH ISLIVIN'- ORCARES BARNSMELL, THE -INSIDE-'. MAN THE: SKUNK' WORKS ......As a ehilei showed a instink-tive understandin' of skonks. Ah haint one to put on airs, but tkonks was attracted to me, an1 ah never sensed unattractive about, Seentin.' mail talent, Bah Mammy apprenticed .me at the Skonk Works, whar ah quickly rose to be Inside..Man, Today, at the sight o1 me other folks quickly -rises. Irregardless, ah likes to Jteep in touch wif the world, even If the vorld won't touch me wif a ten-foot pole.... Bob Montana f ARE YOU COMINS TO MISS SHAPELV? A FINE. EXAMPLE OF SOOD TASTE.' MUCH MORE RESPECTABLE. AH I SEE VERONICA'S SETTINGTHE TREND SCHOOL WITH A HI AND LOiS-By Dik rr LOOKS uice WE'VE HIT e ;