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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 1HI IE1HSRIDOI HEKALO Monday, Maich 30, 1970 Fungicides Company To Quit CALGARY (CP) The prov- ince's only mamifactuer of mercurial fungicides. Canadian Industries Limited, will quit producing the material Ihis year. Plant manager Al McKinnon said no raw materials have been stockpiled for production of Hie fungicide Ihis spring and none will be produced in the fall. Another company spokesman said the market for mercurial fungiciiles has dropped as farm ers are less inclined to use the compounds, which have been linked to mercury contamination of upland game birds. The company also plans to promote non-mercurial fungic ides, used in treating sen grains against smut and bunt. HOROSCOPE By Jeane Dbfrm TUESDAV. MAKCH 31 1 Fulfill what Is expected o( you on your regular job. Tad awl patience with the people you mist is a critical- y important factor ii) all your programing. CK.M1N1 (.May 21 June Take a census, have a group discussion, pool your resources. You may find that together you can do quite a lot that all of you had thought not quite feas- ible. CANCER (June 21 Julv Your birthday today: Strong intellectual stimulus besets you for entire com- ing year and may pros' o k e you "to higher levels of auth- ority arid earning power. Your organizational t a I e n I s are tested, probably improved by hard experience. Home life tends to stabilize and settle into comfortable, grants of habit. ARIES (March 21 April Use your head, both memory and imagination for all it's worth to get ahead in your career today. New people are helpful although perhaps diffi- cult to keep from taking too much of your time. TAUHL'S (April 20 May THE WELL CHILD Seek Underlying Cause In Astlunnlic Cases WAYNF G. BRANDSTADT. H.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprise Assn. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Several different courses of action are open to you to- day. Pursue the most siir.ple one, and dispose of the day's business promptly. I'ISCKS (Feb. 19 March Allowing lor moods and impul- sive remarks from all sides, this can still be a lively day of superior achievement. 1970, Newsday, Inc. CAJU'US CLATTER-By Lirry Uwis Close teamwork is greatly ta-l'T' cililated. Your intuition works'I1 O111 JVJllCtl Iii Search For Plane son, 5, has asthma room where the pet has been but rarely enough to permit close contact with the pet. child is allergic to dogs but 1 have heard that such a child can have a poodle with- out getting an asthmatic at- tack. Is this true? A All animals shed dan dniff, which is the offending and is taking cortisone. Can he lake this drug regularly without any bad side effects? Is there any other treatment for this disease? A cortisone helps most asthmatics, it is only a stopgap. Prolonged use may cause peptic ulcer, moonlace and Weeding into the skin. An- UhistamuKS also give tempor- ary relief hut the cause should be found so that your son can avoid it or injections. take desensitizing If a child has an allergy to a pet, is there any way to keep the pet without harming the child? Dcsensitization to tht of- fending animal dar.diuff helps some but not all asthmatics. It may build up enough immunity to permit the child to be in a allergen. For swer to one a definite individual's ahead of time ami gives you subtle clues to your workmates' next moves. LEO (July 23 Aug. You can make a deal today that brings more than usual earn- ings. Start a search pattern to find the answers to long stand- ing questions. VIIKJO (Aug. 23 Sept. teview of yesterday's doings brings you a new perspective. L1BHA (Sept. 23 Oct. Creative efforts, far advanced )reparations of all sorts prom- se well today. Make peace amongst your family and asso- ciates; use a matter-of-fact ap- proach which avoids passing judgment or assigning blame. SCOHPIO (Orl. 23 -Nov. Proceed to establish- ed plans and good working ha- bits. Respond to any opportu- nity, however casual. Home ar.d family affairs improve wilh lit- tle extra effort on TOUT part. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. This is a prime day for doing business. Your mind is clearer and tlie details of the transactions more interesting. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Pay no attention to others who continue to be somewhat TH'SUKHEMTVE WJ AW 3J5IS j Chic Young lergy, however, a brief tiia! ex posure to a poodle could ar ranged be jure put plans yiA let lhc Optometrists Bill In Legislature WINNIPEG (CP) A bill1 irhich would give Manitoba Op- tometrists the right to call themselves doctors was given first reading in the Manitoba legislature. The bill, introduced by Bud Boyce (NDP Winnipeg Cen- suggests "doctor" may be used, it the designation "Optom- etrist" is made immediately before or after the name of the optometrist. An earlier bill to amend the Optometry Act died on the order paper a year ago. anlihistamine tab lets handy in case an attack of asthma occurs. son. 5, can sing alphabet perfectly but he can't recognize the when he sees them. Should he repeat kindergarten as his teacher suggests? your son does not have a visual defect he may be dyslexic, a formidable lerm lo i describe reading difficu H y. Such a child often shows no j preference for his right or left ihar.d and his eye may be equally chance for squabbles pass. VANCOUVER (CP) The bodies of four men killed Satur- day w'icn their light plane crashed wliile searching for an- other plane were lifted by heli- copter Sunday to the Canadian Coast Guard cutler Ready. Search and Rescue officials here said the bodies were being taken to Alert Bay, on northern Vancouver Island. All of (he men were from Alert Bay. i Killed in the crash were pilot j Heg Hunt, 21, his brother Alt, 22, Victor Ilanusc, 20, and Nor- j man Wilson, 21. Tht cause of the crash was j not known. The four were helping mili- tary aircraft search for a twin- engine Beechcraft missing since March 20 on a flight to Seattle from Terrace, B.C. Aboard the Beechcraft were pilot Arthur Wiebe and Don Robb, both of Prince George, B.C., James J. Kobey of Port Moody, B.C., Or- vitle C. Rowland of Bcllevue, Wash, sr.d Randolph J. Sic- Master of Portland, Ore. BKETLE Mort Walker dominance uncertain. When neither" half of the brain is dominant, skill in langugage and especially reading de- velops slowly. When a diagnosis of dy- slexia is made before a child is 7, treatment to promote the de- velopment of one sided domi- nance and special training in reading may bring him up lo the level of his schoolmates. Repeating kindergarten may be a necessary part of the treatment but this in itself is not enough. Canadian Heart Patient Dies HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Leo [gray performed by a team Mirf fJt PUiT-.n-m-n r-n_ Ku Tlr Hontn-l A {Van. MV THIS NUMBER I DON'T t BUT 1 MATE TO BE fOK 6RAMTEP Ll'L ABNER-By Ai Capp Boyd of Chippawa, Ont., who re- ceived a heart 16 months ago ,dicd Saturday night in St. Mike's Episcopal Hospital. A hospital spokesman said he died of recurrent and progres- sive rejection complicated in re- cent days of pneumonia. Boyd, a 52-year-old retired railway worker, received his new heart Nov. 16, 1968, in sur- ft thttiu atari rtsim Is to rttponflifif with Kit opened with oae and hold: GOREN ON BRIDGE B? CHARLES H. GORES temitrn, cxim TKMW UiSVERS TOB RIDGE QUIZ l-As Sooth, fouboH: bidding to proceeded! Norlli Eist Sooti 10 Paw T WSat do you bid? ipidel; Jint of in Ii a jood >ou cik> K ic4 Kami CIUM n.tmj nu tui. mil- ft gica eootnet Li hcirti yva ictica will MTTI to frrccUIL 1 9. J-Bolh vuliwsble, you fcavs K> part score, tod u South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: Sooth Weit North Dble. INT Pill Dble. PBSI Put PHI 24k Fax 1 Wiat yn cow? hsld, to bi nire, bind of eor.iMenbTtt Do not 03 thit icccucf, fcowerer, wblert yo-jrwa to i dtLlM Pi'jfft for J ir.omfnt to iro chineei o( KiMr.f Iricki wtlS jour tr.d yoa irUl tilll discretion cilll.for ft pin. You flvtn'jtm ill 0. J-East-West vulrer u South you hold: Tha bidding bjwproceedol: fonth Vtst. KortJi Ktsl Taw Fail RSat yw HJ mm? lowing rt ftott ef for jump rebld fo thrta ir.i you nuil it rtbld oF i-xo ip birj 1-id erfelcal T Uoa cf Ycc th.fipforc, ajrilt f icUon Ixfcrfl iq Q. YDberaNe yw hold: C1084Z C tacd II vcctb 19 wlnU, tut It U Ntltr pollci cot ratfce, ft foitlnr btd if tb> el CE lira with left flua V 1) polnU In Q. vulnerable, M you hold: The bidding lias proceeded: Sooth West North East 19 Past What do bW rim? dtixosoj. Your hira worth 11 points Tilued it lelrti 17 it no tnlmp. ftJtther try should to :ude, If merely returns thre4 hearu, jrou miy paia If partner bMi Ihreft no :rjmp or four heaiU, tccept bit choice of game. Q. East-West vulnerable, as South you hold: 4A9G2VJI0943 01014 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West Pass Past I A> 1 I PaM Z 3 DMe. Pass do you bid MW? Htvl in utry In tba way cf delemito At a ir.aller of Urt. It lr lolaCy In partner'i bid rult, vhfcK do- trictx from IU value. It U there" lhat Iht ctab ontfart ca.l b4 In telf-defer.M you ihcuhl turn to Ihrro spader. 8-Veilhcr vulnerable, South yo'j hold: Tnideau Skiis During B.C. Vacation GARIBALDI, B.C. (CP) Prime Minister Tnideau spcnl six hours skiing on the sunny slopes of Whistler Mountain Sunday, and then attended an Easter service at a mountain chapel. Jack Bright, manager of the Garibaldi ski lifts, spent most o the day wilh Mr. Trudcau. He said the prime minister skied everywhere in the Whi5 tier alpine area, "standing in line like everybody else" at lh various chairlifls ar.d T-bars Temperature in tho main skiing area was 26 degrees. Mr. Tnideau is staying at private lodge at the base Whistler, Canada1 proposed site for the 1976 Win (CT, 65 riiiles north o Vancouver. Aho in the par! arc Jean Marchand, minister o regional economic expansion Gordon Gibson, Mr. Trudeau' aide, and Jlrs. Gibson. Scolt Named Conumuidcr Of Apollo If> by Dr. Denton A. y. He received the heart of Ma- a Acosta, 38, of Sorora, Mex- who died of a brain hem- Boyd had lived 498 ays after receiving the cardiac ansplant. He had returned to hospital March 8 after his ody showed signs of rejecting le new organ. The death of Soyd leaves only vo other persons living of the 2 who received human heart ransplants I9G3 in St. uke's and adjacent Methodist ospital in the Texas Medical Centre. DEFERRED TO U.S. He was a victim of five se- ere heart attacks ar.d was an nvalid when his Canadian phy- sicians referred him to St, ke's. Boyd was the only one of the Cco'.ey patients to reach the one mark. The two Houston heart trans- >lants now living are William J. Carrol of Scollsdale, Ariz.: vro received his heart Aug. 31 9G3, and Dusan J. Masco, 17 )f Yugoslkvia who received Ms Sept. 18, 1908. Both have returned home anc tti arc doing well. Damage High At Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) -T Dam age is expected lo be seven hundred thousand dollars in fire that destroyed three busi nesses in a downtown buildin The blaze is believed to ha' started in the basement of building housing 14 busincsso- No injuries were reported. Most heavily damaged was fur store, a rcilauranl and j P.VIII club. A spokesman for tho furri Tbe bidding has proceeded: Koclh Wfst North l'.ut if} 1 4> 2 I'asi 30 I'asj' What do ywbii? nw? .Slrce 1m rr.arfa trrn at ji le-.el, ha hit heart i-jit. Frcra Ita fact that; yo'J (o roajcr at ho vlil reallro thit ycj( protabl? r3 ir.ore lhan tho ace. ard trump, ar.d jo-j: will be In t better polltlin Ihs poMltlhly of IU LJ14 r.ut tld. HOUSTON'. To. (API Space velcran David R. Scott was named commander here of the Apollo 15 moon flight, planned to be man's liflh lunar landing. Sco'.l a 37-year-old air force colonel, will command a crew made up of two space rookies, Aftcd M. V.'onler, 37, and -Jan-.cs II. Invin, -JO. is! I an sir force major and Invin an Apolio U is scheduled for1 flight in ribo'Lit a the store contain il'tl.OOO in furs. MtKl were dai aged by smoke and water. The gym club was in the menl where the fiit Parted, then spread to Ihn reslauran a fish antl chip shop. Scvei o'.hcr hiisincsscs were damagct by smoke and f-m'aovAMiNT OWERED V.S.TO -BUTDIDTH'-S'W- COVAMI NT- BLESS ITSSOOL-PROViDE AMY OTHIR PLACE PD'US TO LIVE? THEV BOUGHTA MESS OF PRE-FA3 HOUSES FROM A ROAD COMPANY OF OF Bob JUS. WHERE'S VDURRIS DOSVtXJ'RE AlWAYS WITH? lil AMD LOIS-By Broun. VWP THkNX. IF WE OJLD PUT A MAM OH THE I COULD 6ETWV DRESSER DRAWER _ J JK I KNEW I'D HAVE TO PAV FDR THAT TRIP MORE THAM O.C, SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'N'eal I'OKT IIS TKI, AVIV (AP) Nathan Boy .Suffocates AI lulinonluii KD.MOXTO.V -Walter eight montlis, of Ktl- inonlon sufEocatcfl swal- lowing what is believed to be BUGS BUNNY Aitcnnan, Israel's unofficial I p.irt of a toy. pcct laurcnte (or ZO jears. died! The child was lakon lo hospi- htie o( heart and stomncii j lal sa-sping for hrcalli but died complications, (ollo'iving an op-jlxifoie brcnlhing coulrl bo rc- eration. ile was CO, I stored. ;