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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THJ IETHBRIDG! HERAID Thumlay, Mny 51, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY, MAY 22 Your birthday today: A building up phase begins in which you continue, and per- haps improve somewhat, the successful methods that .you have developed so far. Di- versification 01 new extensions are not particularly indicated or needed for the time being. ARIES (March 21-ApriI Urges School o For Blind In Alberta RED DEER school for the blind has been recom- mended to the Alberta com- mission on educational plan- ning by a woman whose blind son must attend school in Brit- ish Columbia. son has accepted 'his affliction but he is having trouble accepting being away from said Mrs. Echo N o y e s of Hocky Mountain House in a presentation. "He only gets home at times like Easter and Mrs. N o y e s told the commis- sion headed by Dr. Worth. Dr. Worth said similar sub- missions were made in Edmon- ton by the Jaycettes and the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, but none had come so close to the problem as the brief appeal by Mrs. Noyes. Close out the workweek neatly or retribution. ivitb all loose ends settled or precisely noted for easy re- sumption Monday. Avoid haste, your own or others. TAURUS (April 20-iUay All subjects for discussion or disagreement seem larger than they really are. Later it will be seen that argument has done nothing to improve matters. GEMINI (May 21-Junc Squabbles today very easily drift into serious quarrels. It is better to let small matters get past you than to invest time and energy in conflict. CANCER (June 21-JuIy Expect some added demand on your strength and resources. Have extra supplies available, and keep yourself fresh by taking a short rest whenever you can. LEO (July 23 Aug. If you can select work which does not require the close collabora- tion of others, do so. Being able to concentrate gets this phase of your routines a long way ahead. People in general are not inclined to be helpful. VIRGO (Aug. 23. Sept. Home and family concerns dis- tract you, and possibly, you should have the day set aside for just this area of your life- pattern. Also, pay attention to your personal habits; decide on changes which offer more pro- tection to your health. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You are likely to be called to arbitrate the dissensions of others. Take care that your own recent actions are not pre- sented as acts of competition GOREN ON BRIDGE B? CHARLES H. GOREN tin: ir TM ckiciM TUHMJ North -South vulnerable. North NORTH A105Z 0 A Q 10 2 AQ71 WEST EAST AAQ9 A87S4 CJS8S4 10 7 2 O4 C.KJ8S SOOTH flw bidding: North East South West Pill Pass INT Pass JNT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Five of South had his eyes on the wrong suit in attempting to develop a ninth trick at his three no .trump contract. West opened the five hearts, and declarer won the trick in his hand with the queen. South had eight top three hearts, one diamond and four dubs. The diamond suit appeared to him u the logical choice ior dereloping -a ninth trick, andi set oat directly on this course. A diamond was led and West followed with the four, North's ten was finessed. East was in with the jack and he returned a heart to declarer's king. Another dia- mond brought forth bad news, for when West showed cut, it became clear that South could never develop an additional trick in the suit and he put up North's ace and switched his attention to spades. A spade was led io the jack, losing to West's queen. Another round of hearts cleared the last stopper, and when West got in with the ace of spades, he cashed two heart tricks to set declarer down by one. South was admittedly the victim of an unkind fate in finding the diamonds divided four-one with the king-jack- nine all located in East's hand. However, the fault for going set was all his own, for Bine tricks were there for the matter how the cards were stacked. Observe that declarer can develop a spade trick by merely driving out the ace and queen. He should resist the temptation offered by the diamond suit and concentrate his efforts on a sure thing. The North hand may be entered with the queen of clubs to play a spade to South's jack. West is in with the queen and returns a The'king of spades dislodges the ace, while de- clarer still' has a heart stopper left, end the ten of spades is now cashable for the ninth trick, SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Budgets and other arrange- ments of resources are all too easily upset now. Sudden deci- sions do not work out very well and cannot he corrected if they're wrong. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-DCe. Nobody wants anything decided for him, least of all yourself. Make plans at the last minute to fit the empty spaces left over. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Pace your efforts so as to avoid both haste and undue fatigue. There is no point to the traditional hurry up and wait By Jeane Dixon technique. Avoid any squabble over precedence and thus en- joy a more comfortable exis- tence. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. The more people care about you, the more likely they are to show a steak of con- trariness. It helps if they are not sure what you plan to do next, or when you will act. PISCES (Feb. 19 March You satisfy nobody today. If you cannot manage to be travelling on business or a family outing, see if you can get off from work for a day of home repairs. 1970, Newsday, Inc. THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAQ Chymopapain Injection Replacing Disk Removal By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Enterprises Assn. Q I have a herniated disk that is causing nerve damage. Can it be arrested? I wear a brace and am not allowed to lift anything heavy. My doctor says an operation may help but that I always have back trouble. What do you think? A In certain cases, a rup- tured disk, also called a slip- ped disk or herniated nucleus pulposus, can be cured by in- jecting it with chymopapain, a digestive enzyme derived from papaya. This treatment is re- placing operative removal of the affected disk in many cases. Q I am a man who has always been stoop shoulder- ed but lately it is getting worse. Is this hereditary? Could it be the c a u s e of my backache? Is there any cure for it? A This type of spinal curvature may be caused by weakened back muscles or such diseases as muscular dystrophy, osteitis deform- ans (Paget's disease) or an- kylosing spondylitis (Marie- Strumpell's It is not hereditary. It may be associ- ated with backache. The treat- ment would depend on the cause. Q Is there any effective treatment for scoliosis? A For the treatment of this S-shaped curvature of the spine to be effective, it should be discovered early, usually in childhood, and promptly treat- ed by the application of a body cast or corrective brace. Q What is spondylitis of a vertebral segment? Will it get worse in time? A This is a chronic rheu- matoid or tubercular arthritis of the spine. It usually results in a bent-over posture. As a rule, the disease is progressive and requires expert manage- ment by a team consisting of a r h e u m a tologist, physiothe- rapist and an orthopedist. Q For It) months I have had a severe pain in my coc- cyx whenever I get up from a sitting position. It doesn't both- er me when I walk or stand. My doctor calls it coccydynia. and financing. mortgages to provide yfln with We cvctt'iirnmge portfoM ;eaifym.Ji for home tm- _ purchases. or other foig> renietnber this: financing and sales financing. here aay time vou vfyuiift: consumer loans need in. Niagara Finance Company Limited Nfegara Maftgage Irian Company Limited X-rays showed nothing wrong. Could tins be cancer? Do you know of any cure? A Coccydynia is pain at the lower end of the spine. In the absence of any x-ray evi- dence of a tumor, it is not a cancer. Your doctor should try to find and remove the cause. For temporary relief, take as' pirin and use a heating pad. Most-Wanted Ci'iminals Are Listed OTTAWA RCMP's latest list of Canada's 10 most- wanted criminals includes Cam- eron David Bishop, 27, wanted by the HCMP in Victoria for possession of stolen property and by United Stales authorities for sabotage. Bishop, wearing a beard In his police mug shot, is consi- dered "armed and extremely dangerous." He is on the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investiga- tion's most-wanted list as well. Also new on the BCMP list are: redheaded Dennis Bruce Sullen, 19, charged with non-capital murder in a motor- cycle gang slaying and wanted by KCMP in Edmonton. Joseph Palmer, 33, alias Raymond Joseph Hoi- den, considered armed and ex- tremely dangerous. Wanted by RCMP in Victoria for escaping custody. V e r o n n e a u, 31, wanted by Quebec police for at- tempted murder. Considered armed and dangerous. The list's most-wanted man may be Elie Rabiea, 36, sought by Toronto and Los Angeles po- lice and the FBI in New York on fraud charges. He has used the assumed names Yassin Soul em an Rabbiah, Walter Arbib and Perrinnie. Also wanted by Toronto police on fraud charges is Barney Al- twerger 54, alias Barney Auld and Barney Alvey. The four others, all listed as armed and dangerous or ex- tremely dangerous are: Choquette, 45, alias Chuck Taylor, wanted by Quebec police for armed rob- bery. Bernard, 30, wanted by Quebec and Windsor, Ont., police for escaping custody, armed robbery and causing death by criminal negligence, W. Clouser, 38, alias William Saxton and Chuck A. Williams, wanted for escape from a U.S. mental institution. He is said to assault and rob victims and is listed as "an ex- cellent marksman." He is on the FBI's most-wanted list. Joseph Emilien Sigouin, 28, wanted by Quebec police for escaping custody. His record includes armed robbery. Dr. Galbraith Funeral Held KED DEER (CP) Funeral services were held here for Francis Phillip Galbraith, chan- cellor of the University of Al- berta and publisher of the Red Deer Advocate. Dr. Galbraith, who was to re- tire as chancellor June 30 after a six year term, was 74. He died Saturday. Services were, conducted by Rev. E. W. Oldring with more than 700 people in attendance, including Lt. Gov. J. W. Grant MacEwan, Education Minister Robert Clark, and Dr. Max Wy- man, president of the Univer- sity of Alberta. Dr. E. J. Thompson, rector of St. Stephen's College at the University of Alberta, in the eulogy, described Dr. Galbraith as a ma., "who strove above all else for excellence in every- thing." Many members of daily and weekly newspapers and the uni- versity attended the funeral. FOR w? eimw, I've PROMBSP TSoETWMHISOMKOlom? BOOK AM? HIStWi CRAWK. CAMPUS Larry Lewif PLENTY, WHEN WTO WEARINSBlOLOSYCUFFS TOA FRENCH EXAM.! Chic Young BKETIJ3 Mort Walker LI'L AI Capp VfHENTH'fcNGEL-CAKEGANS J SENPS YOU A ANGEL-CAKE ITS A- GONMA BE A AN6EL fed WHILE I GOT AFEWMIMUTES TOLWE-1WANTA I RATOMMY Bob Montana SVENSEN HAS I REQUISITIONED A NEW VEAR FOR f. FOUR. YEARS J A WELL, I'LL JUST L ASK. HIM WHAT HE DOES WITH ALL THOSE BROOAAS.' HI AND I HUNS WASH ON THE LINE MQW CAN YOU PRIVEME TO THE MOVIES? SHORT Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY CICERO AND I HAD A NICE TALK! I-PONT'THINK HE'LL BE (SETTING', INTO ANY MORE MISCHIEF! IpRlbJCIPAL ;