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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE L6THBRIDGE HERALD May Doctor suggests David knew Goliath had poor eyesight NEW YORK When David slew he had more going for him than his trusty a physician suggests. Young David perhaps ob- served that Goliath had bad something that doc- tors today call says Dr. Robert B. Greenblatt. Tunnel vision means an in- ability to see anything except that directly in front of with no side or latral vision. in the Biblical the agile David could have skipped around the 10-foot-tall heavily wearing a heavy brass with Goliath never sure where the young Israelite was. David could choose his shots with his sling. David's boldness border on youthful irresponsibility and impulsiveness in issuing the challenge to It is far more likely that his keen pow- ers of observation disclosed Goliath's peculiar Dr. Greenblatt writes in Internal Medicine News. He is professor of endocrinology study of at the Medical College of Georgia in Atlanta. probably realized that his opponent was forced to turn his entire head to focus his full gaze on an object. David suspected what we know Giants are prone to suffer from lateral blindness. Giantism is frequently caused by a tumor of the pituitary the so-called master gland of the in the which can affect nerves of the visual process to produce tunnel in which sight is clear only in a straight line. would step agilely aside when he had drawn close enough'to Dr. Greenblatt says in the article based on his Search the Modern Medicine an Biblical Personages. Martin Bros. Funeral Chapels Ltd. 2nd Generation Funeral Directors and Administrative Counsellors tor Pre-Arrangements by the Alberta Government Security THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-2361 Connecting Both Chapels NOW IN OUR 52nd YEAR Member of A F D S. Funeral Directors A World-Wide Connection I JESUIT ON JOB I WASHINGTON ft Rev. John McLaughlin said today a dispute with his Jesuit superiors ought to be settled the privacy of the Jesuit family like any other family vi In an the Jesuit priest who is a deputy special assistant to President Nixon would not say whether he will heed a call by his 3 Jesuit superior to return to Boston for and Very Rev. Richard New England provincial of the Society of said Wednes- S day there is a possibility Father McLaughlin might be asked to leave S his White House post or 8 be dismissed from the i order. He noted that Father McLaughlin is living in the Watergate apartments in Washing- ton and questioned whether the priest is living up to his vows of poverty and obedience. One-bedroom apart- ments at the Water- gate rent for from to a month. Father McLaughhn said from his White House office that are going concerning the although he said he has not talked g directly to Father Cleary since Saturday. V. is a family y matter to be resolved within the privacy of the Jesuit McLaughlin said. THE Sunday Crossword the New York Herald Tribune Edited by Robert B. Gillespic Crossword TO By Joseph La Fauci ACROSS 1 Enclose Mr Land measure a Tight Purify 6 Exaggerate 10 Academic 14 Casual 20 Took She Put to the 22 Border 23 Berg but not cube 24 Seal Word to you 25 Ethan Store green 26 Pallid 28 Gas Financial He played 29 Present Bounded 30 paving Boll machine 32 Born 33 Dessert wine 35 Jigger The Breton or 36 of French state City in Herring's kin 37 She Brooklyn Clan plaid Kennedy 38 Nautical 39 Orson or 40 Dupe A jester is 41 relaxed Sign or token 44 Standard of Balkan native 107 Set 108 Wherry or packet 109 1944 film classic 113 Saturate 115 Gloomy covering 116 Undertaking 1T7 Borodin's prince 118 O07's creator 120 si 121 Novelist George 122 Little woman 123 Confess 124 Man-eater of folklore 125 Closely related 127 so tc speak 130 Printed mistakes Splinter 133 Ireland 134 Combustible material 135 Give 136 Withdraw formally 137 Carry on 138 Brawl 139 Lager and pilsener DOWN 1 Mr. Gantry 2 Nastier 3 Julia Ward Howe song 4 Find this family in west end 5 Agnus 6 Dickens hero 7 Encourage 8 e.g 9 Perpetual 10 Rose essence 11 Miss Patrick 12 Sioux 13 Certain noncoms 14 Miniver Cheevy's 15 Resins 16 Statute 17 Tennyson poem 18 Mau-Mau land 19 Bullock 21 Streetcar name 27 Oscar winner for 31 Netherlands commune 34 Int'l. org 37 Crosscut 38 si. 39 The terrible- tempered Mr.- 40 Competent 42 Approval is potential veto 43 Sunder 44 Ocean route Swiss river 48 si. 49 Barbecue rod 50 Bare 51 Battle of Lake 1813 52 Truman's birthplace 53 Delight 54 and Fox Indians 55 Strauss operetta 56 Noted W.T. Sherman quote 59 Clunyor alencon 60 Catherine Henry VIII spouse 62 Caviar 65 Vinous 66 Fencing foil 67 Famous London art gallery 68 Fr. 70 Muddy 72 Bard's river 73 Suit 74 Italian river 77 Civil wrong 78 Saucy 79 Assumed name 80 girl 82 In favor of 86 Architectural pier 86 Chair 87 Desolate 88 si. 90 Consume 93 Beyond 94 Tete-a-tete 95 Famed U.S. Marshal 96 Franklin's Delano parent 98 High-strung 100 Shade of blue 101 Sign 102 Equal 105 Begin a journey 106 Premarital party 108 Forbid 109 Traveled way 110 Vivacious 111 Conceit 112 More pungent 113 Fescue or sedge 114 French city 115 Chaplain 116 Doctrine 119 Approaches 121 Germ 122 Native 123 Cruising 124 French river 126 128 Sp. 129 Capekplay 131 Johnny by Ueorge Luzon language of or apples Mr. Gardner husk of be of root 11 Turkish inn 20 Opus of Joyce 27 Gurgling 12 Lawgiver or Tennyson sounds 13 Rams' QB 22 read 30 Find out 56 Gay lively persons ______ 58 Woodwind 15 Good luck. si. by degas man 31 Co-worker of 44 Field instrument 16 Famous cop 23 TV's Peter and 46 Tennyson poem 59 Notorious orhoopster Paul 17 Seine 24 Fire or Light 32 dog 18 Lady 25 Tire support insane 26 Liturgical 37 Fork prongs 19 Carved gem vestment 38 Dove's cry 39 Coal product 40 Lion country 42 Stodgier marquis 48 Song 60 Geraint's dance lady 50 Tennyson 61 Rescue heroine 63 Roam about EJUQQB UQUtlCl____ QOGIQB Ejaarju ana auul aaana Ddiaau nnnn nrnn nrannnn nranraa nnrann rinrin nnnaa anna anaana HOODS mntnn nnnnran nnran nnrmnn RBHEI anna nanna PinnnnnH Sanaa BQEHJB uuuua BEJH uua Huuaa UCJHUU LJUGJ Beanos auuuu QBUQQ uuuu SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES auua aaaaa uuuu LuinuEia aauaa uaaaaa aaauQ sun Hauaij aaaaaa aaaua ammo auuis nnn finnan ana anna tuanaa 3. OSDEIQ DUUDG EJUtHdU IHH10D0 amOBH UnBOB HUOUEJ mnnnra nnn nnnran nnran nnnnnpi unanni aawri 1974 by Chicago News Synd. Inc. World Rights Reserved 1. 2. 3. 4. 9. CRYPTOGRAMS VKXV-GU VOXV VOLGABAR OL VOXVYOI LU HOI VUUH-TIA LU UKLTUKXR HGES'H DEBHL NUWSMALAMI DAWOMA NBAY. -By India M. Sperry VU WUZ NOTED NU BURN AUCDR X JPQQPCTE ACTION ZRPV NU RPPB XN X VTJJWTEI -By Barbara J.Rufeg FRIGHTHRY T.SGRAI TGHLOIRURY CP E PSKUL -By Norton KHNWKYNWKCZ NKC HJC NJL KHNWKCL YCNK -ByEarl Ireland Cryptograms Mean calorie counter all over even at lemonade Woodman would woo woman in if he found one who would be wooable. decoration called on carpet. entrance at pit step. Nke cuRtodian diacunsed Vatican requests 'generous amnesty' VATICAN CITY Pope Paul proclaimed 1975 as a Holy Year this week and called for a disciplined ap- praisal of all new activities started in the Roman Catho- lic church in the wake of the Ecumenical Council. In a papal the most sol- emn and weighty form of papal the pontiff urged world governments to consider granting generous amnesties to all including political ones. Several states heeded a sim- ilar appeal from Pope Pius XII on the occasion of the 1950 Holy Year. In the Pope Paul de- scribed in detail indulgences attached to a 'pilgrimage to Rome and announced his slogan for the Holy Renewal and CALLS FOR BALANCE Pope Paul called for world- wide efforts to attain a and proper of clashing trends as the church marks the 10th anniversary of the 1965 Ecumenical Council. what the church has clearly approved is kept in the bull will be possible to recognize the valid and legitimate elements in the many and varied The pope called for between tradition and renewal between free and spontaneous activity and fidelity to laws based on the command of Christ and of the pastors of the The pontiff said a plenary indulgence would be granted to pilgrims who came to Rome and prayed in one of their lour basilicas or in the catacombs. Indulgence is remission of temporal punishment for sins. STARTED GEM RUSH GENEVA The Star of South Africa one of the most historic still in private was auctioned Thursday for Swiss francs than The private buyer refused to give a as did the a member of an American family that acquired the diamond more than 60 years ago. The gem started the South African diamond rush when it was discovered by a shepherd boy in 1869. Proclamation Pope Paul reads announcement. NO Polarized Lenses POLARIZED LENSES compHetely eliminate annoying glare from water highways and beaches And now you can have in your own prescription1 Drive more safely See more clearly Framed in our zmgy new planers squares ovals or octagons Order them today1 OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 30B-7tn ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327 3609 IP YOU ARE AN EMPLOYER You'll possibly need some extra help this summer while regular staff are on and hundreds of willing high school students will soon be looking for work. IF YOU ARE A STUDENT It will pay you to go to the Student Manpower Centre on Seventh Street from Canada Man- and register for work. Hun- dreds of students have been placed in jobs so the earlier you the better your chances AND HOMEOWNERS CAN TOO Many students must have their sum- mer employment in order to contihue their education next fall. There are many jobs around y'our home that students are capable of so if you need call the Student Man- power Centre MAY IS HIRE-A-STUDENT MONTH Contact CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE FOR STUDENTS PHONE 327-2111 ;