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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE HHAID Monday, Match 53, YOUR HOROSCOPE TUESDAY. MARCH 24 Vour birthday today: There seems ro serious hindrance to your prosperity this year. All you have to do is follow youi1 own practical plans and put in full-time effort doing things which have checked out as profitable operations. ARIES (March It-April Today brings r.o strikingly new issue or crisis. Let people come to you, rather than running after them. Continue to cooperate; patience is still the best answer. TAURUS (April 20-May Now is the time to get after whatever routine has been neg- lected. There is more than enough to keep you busy, as others are not likely to volun- teer GEMINI (.May 21-Junc It is comparatively much eas- ier now to dig out and complete unfinished I asks left over from some time past. Work requiring mental concentration is fav- ored. CANTER (June 21-July 12 II is comparatively much eas ier now to dig out and com pleie unfinished tasks left ove from some time past. Work re- quiring mental concentration favored. LEO (July 23-Aug. Ofte pleasant amenities to all fo the sake of keeping your en vironmcnt normal and cheer ful while you concentrate o quiet, but intense work. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Stft. 220 Do whatever paper work or nc counting is on hand first. Bi decisions or changes are no apt to work out it made toda) LIBRA (Scpl. 23-pct. 22) Friends and associates omewhat easier to please. New roblems or crises are not likely. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Xov. Make full use of a relatively dull day. Get odds and ei.ds of material cleared out of your home and work areas; finish in- THE WELL CHILD Simple Operation Corrects Hydrocele Si WAYNF G. BFUNUSTADT, M.D. Writtca for Newsfiper AJJO. IS month old son :as a hydrocele. Our doctor said it would go away spoc- ancously before he was a year old' but it didn't. What do ou advise? A-When a hydrocele fails to disappear spontaneously, it should be corrected by a simple operation. son. 8, was born with an undescecded testicle. Will it eventually descend of its own accord? If not, at what age is surgery advisable? the testicle has not come down into the sac by I he time your son is 10, a short course of male hormone may accomplish this. If tins fails, surgery should not be further spontaneously in about five days, in which case it is of r.o significance. It it persists into the second week the child should be examined to deter- mine the cause. By jeaue Dixou complete work and deliver what you have done. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. K-Ott. Use this unusually quiet day to its fullest potential to get past tight phases of your creative projects. CAPRICORN' M.JU. No particularly strong prw- suie is either within you to achieve, or from the world de- manding results. AQUARIUS (Jan. Self-improvement is the most important goal to' seek to ful- fill now. Much routine can be accomplished with relatively slight effort. PISCES (Feb. U-March This is the time to correct er- rors in accounts or group fin- ancial mailers if you are ever going to do so. PSYCHIATRIC HELP (Ocrct, TWOS THE 50KTOF THINS THcV DON'T littRN ABOUT IH MEKCAl SCHOO... CAUl'l'S Larry 00 MISSECWiXK CAIUW, >WR AIWJ voo THEY NEEDA'S-I tIKE VOO IM THE (MLP.T Need For Housing o Stressed By CLC OTTAWA (CP) An increas-, It suggested that taxation of ing number of Canadian (ami-1 profits from Ihc sale of land Chic Young delayed. Q-When my son. 2, was Jolin Howard A Your son may have Vjl'OUl) >VlUS Froehlich's syndrome, especial- I v if he tends to be obese. Praise born the doctor advised against circumcision. foi'eskin is difficult and painful to pull back. What do you advise? A Although routine cir- cumcision of the newborn is discouraged by many author- ities, in cases such as this it should be performed without delay. son. 5. has penis that has not developed any ince be was born. What should done about this? A Your son may have y if he tends to be obese, ihere are several possible causes of this syndrome anc he treatment would depend on the cause. ies are being forced to allocate Jangerously high proportions of Iheir income to rent, the Cana- dian Labor Congress said today in its annual brief to the federal government. The CLC said that while hous- ing starts reached the 200.000 mark for the first lime in 19G9, ''tens of thousands of Canadians who were badly housed a year ago are still badly housed today." The CLC renewed its request that sales taxes be removed from building materials. EDMONTON' (CP> What would cause i boy. of home life is lo have slools that are three najor cause of crime, a in diameter and painful old the annual meeting of pass? Is there any cure for !ohrt Howard Society of Alberta. "In five out of six cases, This boy probably has atisfactory conditions at or Hirschsprung's -an be found in the a congenital condition. of the said Alex obstruction in the colon, if son o! Ottawa. "Almost should be corrected able the man who gets before any other at school will also is tried. Laxatives nto trouble in later be avoided. Prostigmin, He praised the work of prescription dnig is often Gallons such as Ihe John If Ihc child goes 72 ard Sottcly which help without a bowel move- victs return lo give him a plain warm "It is with the help of enema of not more than societies that the ounces, then hold his legs can best find the habit of for five minutes be- adjustment lo society. In letting him return the societies, the ex-prisoner find Ihe humaneness and I have heard that girl standing he reeds in the are often born men- following his Is this serious? Mr. Edmison addressed Uterine bleeding in the provincial society at its does occur bul is no ural meeting 21 years It usually clears up GOREN ON CHARLES H. GOREN la that JOT [C lin: fol further Information ANSWERS TO BRIDGE Ray leid to a As South, It h nal necemrr to bid rcorc lain Uiret apadw, ar-d you t-a premature U 084 A aamondl at UiU aUra. The bidding has proceeded: South West North Both vulnerable, n I A 20 34 South you hold: '3 Tia i 4 Of] The bidding has procttdtd: Wiat do yon bid SOT? n.a apadea. You .North East South Pass 7 cr.ouzn material to do you J3 but you are faced Our fLnt la bid the possible lots tiro Irtrlii four heacta. Thla Is by no d'ajior.ds. Tht flva. spade s prtfmpt, but! aJiTJld convey thla roa BouUl llkt to plar at cr rnrlllilt. If pajtr-er can bearU if partner haa a: trol th; lead ot hand. If he haa any ?cj Tsljh him lo bid t alam. h. at pcrftct llb- Blaekwood call nculd fo en. The other. tive ir partner acknowledied U a. takaout doubla. Q. J-Bclh vulnerable, >s South you hold: OJ103 The bidding has procefdtd: North East Eoulh 1 Neither, vulnenble, is South you hold: VK1 OAQSAAK The bidding has proceeded South West Kwlh Kast 2 A Pass JNT 1 0 1 Past i 2 I'M! T .What do you bid now? Threa clubi. 'You do yen bid now? no trunp or alx apldei, Partner la marked almoat to a Jav sonjfl foundation for fr.veat with the klr.; o! dla. fiV.rm it alia pcmblUtlei. and an act. Thli ria a food diamond tha ooly holding aome kind of hetrt (here may ta an eanr jlam. injnp r.ext move will rocUoa lo your vulcerable, 81 you hold: Q. AJ SouUi, OK you bidding has proceeded: 1( 15 8 Weil North Ent Vancouver Man Given jfe Term CALGARY (CP) Ralph ordon Scott, 30, of Vancouver as sentenced to life after an berta Supreme Court jiiry nvicted him of non-capital urder to the fatal shooting Arthur Boolh Vine, -12, an list's model from Vancouver. The 12-man jury acquitted ohn Daniel MacKcnzie, 34, of ancouver on the same charge. would curb speculation and mark a major step toward a just taxation system. Canadians had been told that', is no housing shorlage in Can- ada, but rather that Ihere is a shortage of money, the brief said. "It this comment Is intended to mean that the Canadian soci- ety must soon contemplate mea- sures aimed at a drastic redis- tribution ot incomes, we support it. "Rut if, as we suspect, it is a rebuke to those who cannot af- ford to buy or rent available housing, then we denounce it as extreme arrogance." PRICED OUT OF MARKET The CLC said the great ma- jority of Canadian families al- ready find thetnsclves priced out of the market for single family homes, and in the major cities the single-detached dwell ing "appears to becoming thing of the past." "At the same time an increas- ing number of families are being forced to allocate clanger ously high portions of their in- comes to rent.' The CLC said it supports steps taken towards new low rental housing projects in co-op- eration with provinces. It criticized the governmcn Mr. Justice H. Riley, Before passing the mandatory sentence on Scott, told MacKen- 'e: "You are a rather fortunate oung man. You didn't kid ct- ner myself or the jury, f think ou are really involved in this atter and you hare been given le benefit of the doubt." The jury deliberated for more ian four hours. Scott and MacKenzie w sarged after Vine's body was ound in an east Calgary room ast Nov. 1, a bullet in the heart. They were apprehended in a xi'.icc stake out Nov. 2 at Cal- arv Internalional Airport A" highlight of the 2'i-day rial was the testimony of dc- ective Ernest Reimer who said Scott told him followir.g arrest hat lie came to Calgary cxpres- ;ly to gun down Vine. IKETU: BAILEV-bj Mort Walker IT'S HOT FAIR TO 6AK6 UP U'L ABN'ER-by Al Capp Drug Cache Found In Plane Check WINNIPEG (CP) Packages containing 22 pounds of the Unig hashish were discovered here luring a routine maintenance inspection cf .in Air Canada plane from London which larxicd at Winnipeg International Air- port. Tne hashish, valued at about fell out when a main- tenance man removed a roof panelling at tfcs rear of Ihe plane flight 8i3 destined for Vancouver. An Air Canada spokesman said RCMP were notified im- mediately and (he packages were seized. No arrests were! made. i The flight r.irryii-5 passengers CTCW. for its "reliance upon the pri vale building industry and pri vale money lenders" particu larly at a time when investmen dollars were being mainly alto- cated lo industrial and co'mmi cial development. It said the private construe lion indnslry, even with the fe< era! and provincial participa tion, is not equal to the task. Sex Fail- Appears To Be Bust ODEN'RE (AP) Organizers of Denmark's latest Sex Fair refused gloomily today lo give any information about the num- ber of paying customers for the first two days of the scheduled four-day affair. It appears, in fact, to be a bust. By unofficial estimate, the at- tendance for the first two days was to persons. The World Sex Fair in Copenhagen latt year drew in a week, and I lie Odcnse organizers had hcpcd to match that in four days v.ilh live sex shows and pornographic displays. Ironically, the mood was quite different just a stone's throw awsy. The Hans Christian An- dersen museum, in the old fairy tale teller's Imyhaod home, re ported record off-season busi eurouce GET IT WOffTHE J FORTHE CHARGE lUBETVOUM- OOUARSYOUC. H ARK AM'X'CM THIS I __, Bob Montana ness. "Our drily number of visitors had doubled and mosl of them are foreign sex fair-goers whc apparently tlo not mir.d lo com bine pornography wilh a bit o a museum spokesman said. HI AND Dik Browne THERS WAS SOH.E AKUT THE NSW "I SAID rr THAT OOW.NCE ME SHORT JtlHB-liy Frank O'Neal The bidding iai 8oiith Wtst North Kail IA 2 V Pass 34 Fail Fin What rlo you bM noi? no frunp. Ihe at this point Tvould r.nt meet vitri o'jr approval. Tart. rer'a prejs-jre hn hten laUed to a high jind a four dlirn'.nd hfd In'lJce to take iluly draltk action. A lightly role he In j'CUd 1-.13 Ull lln-e. at 10 19 t What 6V) yoj bid now? apidej, forcing fo fame. A mere lurip rebld In be ner reeds to procure) x t'lm, ar.d an clfort ahoutd bo lo Ifie rtral sour hand On the folloilBl T5urd H will he ll-rt (g anOTi firo heirl a'jpr9'1. Q. B-Easl-Wesl i PS i'iclh you hold: I Aged 'Ihil Conslablc jApplic.s For MEDICINE HAT (CP) Police Constable lloy Funk, Jl, of Medicine Hal has applied lo the Albcrla govcrnmenl for com" Q. Neither vulr.eraHe. 5011 have BO part score, ss you OA.I5J Al The biWini has proceeded: fx.ulh Writ Nnrlli Katl A Vasi 2 A I'asi t What da you kiij ricre? JT The balding has East Snulh Wrsl Norlb Vasi Pass AUcndanl Beaten Wilh :'Iiro Iron KDMONTON (CP) A 71 I year-old service station alien-: m a incidcnl last year, j dant was hKiten uilh a lire: Constable Funk, who was ore j iron early Sunday bv Ibrcc of II persons htM hostage dur- lhC 'nC i was to "nc WTilil mA appro.-.chrjcl by Ihe ujuths aboul i n" a.m. They iiskcd to liorrow a Mcdu.'il cvirlcncc presented ODJfT K SIUUV. n'S FOR BUGS fire iron ll.oir ViTial you bid row? A rartner hai an< a powerful hand on I away. he can win moil tf.B I Iri'l! In t's m Vc have Just tnlal lo Thli advcr.e lull's ace It ttlilA. char., car ge a Hat lire lo ll'c Crime Injuries Compcn- a block be a'kcit (or a deposit Ilio iron. Mr. was as- fairllfrt. lie wan rfileascd alter hospital obsen-ation. No suspects were arrested. salioti iioiird said ConsUiblc Kurik would hcver have more M per-cenl use of Ins left lir.nd of Ihc injury. The saitl it wcriild re- serve decision for about sis weeks. JUST REMEMSEK TH' TWINSS I TAUGHT YA IN TH' SYM AN' VA'LL WIN IM A BREEZ VA 6OT THINS IN Y6K FAVOS ;