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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THI UETHBUmCI FrUoy, 21, WO YOUR HOROSCOPE SATURDAY, MAY Z3 Your birthday today: Your life tw works into fewer channels of expression, In- volving less people and more intense significance for erything you do. It Is time to declutter your home and working place, drop any bad habits, clear up any long- standing doubts of your in- tentions. ARIES (March 21 April Prepare for surprises. People in authority tend to be formal, caught up in the Imitations of difficult responsibilities. TAURUS (April 20 May THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAO Heat, Gentle Massage In Osteoarthritis Help By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprlies Asm. it? A This is Q Accorffing to my x-ray report, I have a congenital lumbarization of my lumbc- sacral joint. What does this mean? Is it related to spina bifida? A lumbarization the first segment of the sacrum (normally one solid one) is not fused to the second segment. This is an oddity, not a disease. It is not related to spina bifida. Q What is cervical spoil- dylosis? Is there any cure for a degeneration of the disk between the verte- brae of the neck, a form of Osteoarthritis. It is usually an accompaniment of aging. Al- though there is no cure, the ap- plication of heat and gentle massage are helpful. The neck should not be moved forcibly. If the pain is severe and per- it may be necessary to wear a brace. Q I am terrified of lees. A man in the next block has a bee farm so there are always lots of bees around. How can 1 protect myself when I go out? A Bees will not bother you if you don't bother them unless you are wearing per- fume or scented cosmetics or a flowery printed dress plain light colors will not attract them. H you have previously been stung, you may be ive to bee venom so, to be on the safe side, you should have your doctor give you desensitiz- tag shots. Q Last fall I was itung _i the arm by a wasp. The se- vere aching lasted for two or three days but a dull aching has persisted. What do you ad- vise? A Although the pain of a wasp sting is severe, it should not last more than a couple of days. Some other cause your present pain should sought. Q I have heard that taking vitamin B will keep mosquitoes from biting. Is this true? A Very doubtful, but mos- quitoes prefer skin that has a temperature over 90 degrees. That is why some persons ap- pear to be immune to their bites. Their skin temperature hovers between 87 and 89 degrees. Mosquitoes also prefer Check your schemes for prac- icality something you count- ed on may not be handy when Jie time arrives. GEMINI (May 21 June Pleasure seeking defeats itself today. Take an early start and a fresh viewpoint while tending your weekend chores. When they're completed you turn maturally to some amusing or interesting diversion. CANCER (June 21 July Things you have not heard about are causing complica- tions. Wait for the entire story before you react to anybody's comments and doings. LEO (July 23 Aug. There's no major problem, but nobody seems to be on time or in his accusomted spot. Fin- ish old matters rather than start anything new. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Revision of plans is par1 for the course. Have alternatives in mind so that when things are at a standstill you are ready to substitute some other action and keep going without loss of time and energy. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Special circumstances, perhaps the time needed to acquire a bargain which is suddenly available, interfer with family plans. Expect conflict to pop By Jeane Dixon up suddenly. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. JO: Whatever you write should be carefully thought out, preferob- ly reconsidered after a cooling- ott spell. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Resist the temptation for sudden spending, particularly for articles meant to show off. There will be more worthwhile applications for your money later. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Impulsive moves in travel even local errands put you into an Inconvenient position or save you from a potential dan- ger, according to how well your intuition is working and how well your intuition is working and how you feel towards your- self. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 F e b. Now you hear a different story, but have a care about who is telling it. Impetuous ac- tions upset the plans of people depending on you. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Keep social activities to a mini- mum today while you get clear of all the incomplete chores and record-keeping of the lasl several perhaps weeks) or readjustment and re- vision in your work and home. I9TO, Newsday, Inc. to bite with alcohol in their blood, probably because this increases the skin tem- perature. Heavy breathing also attracts them. They show a preference for black, dark red and dark blue and tend to avoid white, yellow and light green fabrics. A good repellent for ex- ternal use is diethyltoluamide Lougheed Urges Tax Incentives EDMONTON (CP) A drop in provincial oil revenue of more than for the first four months of 1970 is a "cause of real concern" to Al- berta residents, says Peter Miss Nude Contest Scheduled HAMILTON (CP) Miss Nude World of 1970 will be se- lected from an expected 100 sun-tanned beauties on a pri- vate lake north of Hamilton this fall. Bordon Bailey, spokesman for the Four Seasons Nature Park, north of Freelton, said entries are expected from most of the United States and all Canadian provinces. "They can be married, sin- gle, divorced or what. We don't care as long as they are enthusiastic nudist Mr. Bailey said. The contest will be held over the Labor Day weekend Sept. 4-7 and the public is wel- come. Last year's winner of the contest held at Naked City, Ind., was a Toronto woman, Mrs. Peter Boisclair, wife of a paper salesman. The girls will parade in the buff on a stage anchored in the lake. The public will watch from the shore. "What we're looking for is a wholesome person, a girl with personality, not just a good figure or a good sun Mr. Bailey said. "People are welcome long as they are interested hi the movement. Peeping Toms can stay home." The contest will open with a news conference at the resort Sept. 4. Reporters and photog- raphers will be allowed to re- main clothed. Lougheed, leader of the Pro- jressive Conservative Party. He told an Edmonton Cham- ber of Commerce meeting atest figures for 1970 show rev- enue from the sale of crown leases and natural gas explorations were down for the four- month period in 1969 when to- al income was The major problem appears to be Alberta's lack of a clear stand on the white paper on taxation and the federal gov- ernment's attitude toward for- eign investment which has re- salted in a delay in investment decisions. Alberta should be prepared a introduce its own income tax incentives for the extractive in- dustries and make a clear pol- cy statement to the effect that 'oreign ownership is welcome, the provincial party leader1 said. Other reasons for the shift of oil industry investment dollars, said, are the new discovery areas such as Alaska and the lanadian Arctic and the lack of any major new oil finds in Al- berta. Mr. Lougheed said he agrees with the federal government's revised position on negotiating oil and gas export sales as a package, but was critical of Al- berta for not pushing for firmer stand on reserving the area west of the Ottawa valley for western oil. 'I think we are entitled to a federal government commit- ment to back the national oil policy. It's a reasonable Alber- ta request." Commanders Named For Air Reserve OTTAWA (CP) Four offi- cers in the Canadian armed forces air reserve have beer promoted to colonel and named commanders of nc.wly-formec regional headquarters, the det- e n c e department announ today. The commanders include: J. A. Brown, the com- manding officer of 402 Air Re- serve squadron, who will com- mand 3 Air Reserve regional headquarters, Winnipeg. -Col. S. E. W. Wood, who will command 4 Air Reserve re gional headquarters, Edmonton WINNIPEG (CP) Private enterprise doctors in Sault Ste. ilarie, Ont, put their patients into hospital 25 per cent more than salaried doctors in the ame city, the Canadian Public Health Association was told ere. This was one of several pre- iminary results of a major tudy of two large comparable jroups of patron- zing a salaried group of doctors under contract to their associa- ion and the other being treated >y doctors practising privately on a fee-for-service basis. The study was done by Dr. John E. F. Hastings, Dr. F. D. Mott, Prof. David Hewitt and ociologist Anthony Barclay, all of the University of Toronto School of Hygiene. Some preliminary findings: per cent higher utilization of days of care in hsopital by patients of the private enter- >rise doctors. the rate of hospital admissions for respiratory dis- eases for patients of the same doctors. per cent more hospital surgery by the non-salaried doc- rars. times the number of xmsil and adenoid removals for he more-hospitalized patient Canadian Pulls Out Of Show LONDON (CP) Melody Maker, a leading British musi cal weekly, devotes almost the entire front page to Canadiai poet and folk-singer Leonan Cohen, saying that Cohen has pulled out of a projected BBC television show. In its story headed Cohen Snob, the weekly says the show was to have been taped last Fri day and that Cohen, who had been on a concert tour of Brit ain and Europe, gave the BBC only 24 hours notice. Impresario Tito Burns says the 37-year-old Montrealer wanted more time to presen the show he had in mind Cohen, a success when he ap peared at London's Royal Al bcrt Hall May 10, is to return for a tour of British cities nex fall when he again may consi der doing a TV special. Results Announced On Doctor Survey group. About a third of the greater hospital admissions rate ras accounted for by these sur- gical procedures. Omer kinds of surgery and other respiratory Doctors Warned Of Dangers OTTAWA (CP) All Cana- dian doctors have been advised of possible dangers in oral con- traceptives, Health Minister John Munro said here. He said in a Commons reply to Dr. P. B. Ryuard (PC-Simcoe-North [hat no decision had yet beet taken whether warnings should be put on retail packages. WMWTHATPSSONISNEVfcR SOW610 LIKE WW'itXI THINK IT'S KSTJIOT10SW1WIH9. TOMAKETHATfERSONLIKEW? A LOT W KNOW! CAMPUS Larry Lewis NOWWERVWR. CHILDREN CANt Chic Young BLONDIS CANT COMB TO TH6 PHONE, BUT IT'S NOT BECAUSE SHE'S IN THE BATHTUB BKETLE BAILEY-Bi Mort Walker diseases; not including lung cancer, accounted about equally for the rest of the excess hos pital admissions. The study has been awaited by the medical profession where salary versus fee-for-service payment has been a major poult if controversy. The study, involving pa- tients in the two groups, was undertaken between July 1, 1967, and June Greater Gas Potential In North JASPER (CP) Canada's north provides a far greater natural gas potential than the southern, says the manager of the Texas Gulf Sulphuf Co. sul- phur extraction plait at Okc- toks. Elmer Berlie told the West- ern Congress of Engineers, however, considerable thought had to be given to tapping this isolated reserve and as to how this gas would be extracted from the north. "It is evident that there are no insurmountable problems to transport the raw gas over great distances." At the same time, considera- tion was being given to build- ing gas plants in the severe cli- mate of the north and piping only "sweetened" marketable gas to southern markets. Several steps had been taken to reduce atmospheric pollution at the gas well and in the sulphur recovery plant. Legislation placing stringent requirements for prevention of water and air pollution were hastening research and changes in sulphur plants. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN WC: tr TM CMcm TrlMl North-South vulnerable. If at deals. NORTH AT S7QMSZ AKJM7I TOST BAST 4KI5Z 4AJH OKQI4SZ 1 SOOTH AQ106J VKJU5I OA 494 The bidding: North East Smith 10 ZO 20 FUI SO Paw SV Fill Pus Faif Opening lead: Deuce of South brought home his five heart contract when West tailed' to obtain club ruff on the deal. West opened the deuce of clubs and the king was played from dummy, East following with the three and declarer with the four. A small heart was led to the king and West was in with the ace. It was his desire to get East in at this point, so that he might obtain a club ruff. With no clew other thin the bidding to guide him, chose to lead a small dia- mond In the hope that East's raise was based on the ace of that wit South won tba return and after drawing remaining trump, hs estab- lished dummy's club suit by ruffing out East's queen and conceded one more trick to the opposiUoo-in spadei. The contract could been defeated It West tad shifted to i apade Instead of dinmond when be wai in. "There was no way I could tell you, Eist'i comment at the conclusion ef the deal. "I had DO chance to signal." This statement was- not actually true. The lead direct- ing convention provides that when a defender follows with an unnecessarily high card which is clearly not a natural come-on signal, he is calling for the lead of the higher ranking ot the two remaining counting trumps. [The play of an unnecessarily low card in there circum- stances the lower ranking suit.] Since East can clearly read his partner's club lead singleton, he should signal with the nine of clubs of North's king. This is ob- viously- not a request to continue clubs. It must there- fore constitute a mtssaga that East can be reached in spades, the higher ranting life suit men Wett gitnf toe lead with the of hearts, he does not have to guess how to put hii partner in. FIRBA SHOT Am ess IP -jOU CM GEt HIS ATTENTION U'L Al Capp DO NOT RUSH RIGHT OVER WITH THE EVIDENCES'' QUITTINftTIMI IH-MIGHT NOT UVE TILL DELIVER IT TO THE PIMPJ-ETOM I SPEND EVENING THERE, WITH KW Bob Montana HMMPH.' WCLUjtWID EXPLAIN IT 10 SVENSEN HAVE HlfA BMNT YHB FIRE MARSHAL WAS HERE, AND WNT5 SIGNS ON THE DOORS f SERVES THt HI AND LOIS-By Dik SHORT RIBS-Bi Frank O'Neal OF POLLUTION IN THE US A. BUGS BUNNY WILL NOT RESRET- .SMACK...RELEASING ME FROM THE TEPIUM OF DISHWASHING. IN RETURN FOR'MY PROMOTION TO WAITER, I SHAUL