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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TH! UTHBR1DG! HERALD May THE WELL CHILD Premarital Blood Test RecommendedProcedure By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Vrittcn for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Writtc: AlUiough June is traditionally .known as the month of brides, weddings are fairly evenly dis- tributed throughout the year. In planning a wedding, however some couples fail to include the blood test required in many states. In some cases, this may necessitate an embarrass- ing postponement. This can be avoided by visit- Ing your physician two or three weeks before the wedding date and telling him you want a serologic test for syphilis a good idea even where it is not a legal requirement. When the test has been made, return to his office and get his certificate and the laboratory report. In most states, the marriage license must be applied for not later than 15 days after the blood test and is valid for only 30 days. This is because it is possible (even though unlikely) that one of the parties may have acquired syphilis in the in- terim. Seek Hiring Of Canadian Professors TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Association of University Teachers set up a committee during the weekend which will attempt to get universities to hire more Canadian professors. The committee is to recom- mend action to ensure that uni- versities follow hiring policies that would result in employment of "a reasonably high propor- tion of Canadians." The association was picketed x year ago by Prof. Robin Mathews of Carleton University in Ottawa for failing to include the Americanization of Cana- dian universities on its agenda Although this whole proce- dure may sound terribly un- romantic, it stems from the desire of the state all too often justified to protect the future offspring of a marriage. Syphilis is a treacherous' dis- ease and its most tragic blows fall on blameless infants. Q __ jf a woman s m o k e s during pregnancy, will this have a harmful effect on her baby? A Yes. Heavy smoking has been shown to increase the chances of a miscarriage, still- birth or premature delivery. Most authorities urge women to stop smoking during preg- nancy, a small price to pay for giving a child a good start in life. Q _ My doctor Is giving me Robinul. He says I'll have to take it the rest of my life. What is it for? Are there any bad side effects? A This drug, glycopyrro- late, is given for such digestive disorders as peptic ulcer, gas- tritis, hiatus, hernia, persis- tent heartburn, gall bladder dis- ease, pancreatitis', colitis and diverticuitis. It should not be taken by anyone who has glau- Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 Your birthday today: Your prime challenge' in the com- ing year is to hold your own initiative in building sound relationships, creating a bet- ter basis for your career. Nothing can be taken for granted. Romantic and senti- mental interests are caprici- ous, first dim, then bright again. So have ipatience. Many of today's natives have skill with words and are good raconteurs. ARIES (March 21 April Your work is reviewed by all concerned, with a wide range of comment. Get an early start; make a good impression. Personal interests undergo a sparkle of change. TAURUS (April 20 to May Close ranks in your own set for a common cause. Find a smile for all. However, don't make money matters an item of general knowledge handle them carefully, on your own. GEMINI (May 21 June Friends try to be helpful to- ward improvement of your earnings. Emotional ties come under some stress avoid needless complications and un- realistic planning. for the annual meeting. A 1968 study by Prof. Mathews and Prof. James Steele, also of Carleton, said the number of Canadians teaching in arts and science faculties at Canadian universities was only 49 per cent in 1968 compared with 75 per cent in 1961. coma, an enlarged prostate or sensitivity to barbiturates. The chief side effects are dry mouth, blurred vision and constipation, but these are rarely seen when the usually prescribed dosage is (June 21 July Personal situations take up much of your attention. Restless feelings must be settled before you can improve other matters. Efforts to gain public support encounter obstacles. Brewer ton Of Drug CALGARY (CP) of conscience, love and tion is the only answer to anger and the use of drugs, Calgary to show kindness and cist Ted Brewerton told the ability to reason. berta Dental Nurses a person can't place tion annual meeting proper emotional interpreta- Young people had to be on facts and ideas. There the "cold, unemotional no longer anxieties or prob- and given the freedom to choose for He is neither happy or sad and shows bland indiffer- Mr. Brewerton, formerly The animal comes out." Raymond and Lcthbridge, ANTAGONIST the hallucinogenic drug was a specific antagonist has "a marked effect on a vital chemical in the ner- brain, and every section of system. A decrease in the body. could start a behavior "It counteracts the to mental illness. of the prefrontal main effects of the drug Don't Pay Medic Premiums Cardinal Tells Indians CALGARY (CP) Harold Cardinal, president of the In- dian Association of Alberta, urg- es provincial natives to con- tinue their boycott of medical care premiums. He told members of the Sar- cee Band that free medical aid is a treaty right of registered Indians. When Indians refused last year to pay the premiums the federal government made pay- This Fellow Can't Resist A Wedding MESSINA, Sicily (AP) AUo Carlo Donati, who just can't resist a wedding, walked out of jail a free man and a bachelor today after serving six years for marrying five women. The first tiling he plans to do is get married1 again. Donati was arrested at the door of the Church of San Celemente Oct. as he was about to marry a sixth wife. "I made five women he protested when charged with five cases of bigamy and various counts of fraud, falsification of docu- ments and misrepresentation. But while he was serving his sentence, he suddenly found himself a single man. His first five marriages were either annulled or de- clared1 invalid. Now 48, he plans to marry a Rome woman with whom ho had a correspondence ro- mance while in prison. Tiny Baby Girl Reported Well SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A girl weighing one pound seven at birth was reported doing "fairly well" Monday at Lettcrman General Hopital. The baby, born Saturday night at Fort Ord Hopital near Mon- terey, was flown to San Fran- cisco Sunday. She is the first child of U.S. Navy Lieut, and llrs. Roger Glaes. mente to the Alberta plan. In doing so, Ottawa became responsible for the Indians' premiums for an unlimited per- iod of time because it assumed the role of "group Mr. Cardinal said. "This is according to Alberta law." Any future dispute would be "between the federal govern- ment and individual Indians." "The only thing that would invalidate this is if an Indian makes a premium payment. This would then make him res- ponsible for his payments in the future. I think this is one thing you have to watch pretty care- fully." Mr. Cardinal was at the res- erve on the city's outskirts as part of a tour of Indian com- munities hi southern Alberta. Prisoner On Hunger, Strike Kick EDMONTON (CP) woman charged and remanded following a disturbance Friday at the Canadian Labor Congress convention has gone on a hun- ger strike at Fort Saskatche- wan Provincial Jail. Warden Ernest Noel said Su- san Herzog, 24, of Edmonton, a Maoist political organizer, lias refused meals but has been drinking tea and coffee. "There is no problem so he said. "If it continues to the point where it looks like it might be a medical problem we'll have to feed her intravenously, we've had to do it before." Mrs. Herzog was charged with two counts of assaulting a police officer and one of creat- ing a disturbance. She refused to enter a plea in magistrate's court Saturday and a not guilty pica was entered on her behalf by the magistrate who remanded-her to May 29 for setting a trial date. Mrs. Herzog then informed the court she would go on a hunger strike in "this lackey jail." Tho jail is 15 miles northeast Edmonton. LEO (July 23 Aug. Good luck comes your way, but not from yom1 friends. Hold off any major changes for a ew more days. Just talking about them now is enough to upset the applecart. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Tho closer the relationship, _the more surely there is tension. Concentrate on your work; do t right the first time. The eve- rung is time enough to patch matters up with your loved ones. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Be prepared for a variable day ID which nothing goes very well, but nothing really goes very wrong either. Patiently get through the day. It's a test of your diplomatic skills. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Distant people and your inti- mates are helpful, while no- jody in between seems very co-operative. A philosophic ap- rfoach helps you enjoy the jaradox. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Keep your numerous dif- ferences superficial; don't let your share .of any squabble serious. Self-improvement and homebuilding efforts are ed. Your inconvenience in pur- suing them is redeemed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. If you will stick with your job and do the best you can, things will work out well later. Today there's no great en- couragement. Go it on your own. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. You can improve your earnings with strong, sustained effort. Nobody with influence is likely to reach down to help, but you can manage it your- self. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Material reward is not readily available. Howevef, don't shirk your work on the grounds of boredom. Great in- terest in emotional experience is promised in the later hours. 1970, Newsday, Inc. BECAUSE I POUT THINK Wllte 6CXN6 TO LIKE THE ANSWER.' CAMPUS Larry Lcwu ARE YOU SURE IT WAS WRITTEN Y ..WISH ME WAS A HIGH SCHOOL BVAPUDEWHOWASPHI-BETA X SURELY A RHOP6S SCHWAK Chic Young show in visual and emotional changes." were bright and satur- ated, objects were distorted and appeared to move. Hearing was more difficult and there was less concentration. There was an emotional loss of con- trol and some became depress- ed.. "Complications are in the psychotic reactions. Though a person hasn't taken (he drug for a length of time, with no_ known reason the body can simulate recurrent trips. "People carry out thoughtless acts that often endanger them- selves and others." Mr. Brewerton said in test studies in Washington, 127 preg- nancies in which all the pros- pective mothers were users of LSD were observed. Of that number, 43 per cent were aborted; compared with the normal abortion rate of be- tween 20 and 27 per cent, and six babies were abnormal com- pared with a normal rate of abnormality in births of six in Bridge Results Friday, May 1, Hamilton School N.S. 1. C. W. Chichester, E. C. Good man; 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foss; 3 B. Landeryou, L, E.W. 1. Mr and Mrs. M. Hodgson; 2. and 3. lied Mr. and Mrs, fj. Jurkovich, D. MI chaelis, W. Zumstein. ednesday, May 6, Ladies Club 1. Mrs. M. McCann, Mrs. E. Turner; 2. Mrs. 0. B, Bentsen, C. W. Redfern 3. Mrs. J. McDonnell, R. H, Rigelhof Wednesday, May t, Hamilton School N.S. 1. G. Roberts, N. Jurkovich; 2 V. Fuluda, Phil Black; 3. J. Lander you, J. Grant. E.W. 1, Mr. and Mrs G. Brockhouse; 2. 0. Soicc, N. Nel son; 3. R. Chapman, I. Wright. Thursday, May 7, Hamilton school N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foss; 1 M. J. Grant, J. Landeryou; 3. B. Nils son, M. Grisak. E.W. Mrs. M. Mra zefc, Mrs. W. J. Wafers; 2. Mrs. I Hendrickson, E. Aubert; .3 Mr. and Mrs. K. W. McLean. Friday, May 8, Hamilton School N.S. T, M. Grant, J. Landeryouj 5 R. Marshall, C. Sudeikat; 3. Mrs. E Turner, Mrs. R. Mclson. E.W. J. Le beau, M. Youshihara; 2. Mrs, D. Fox Mrs. L. Smith; 3. Mr. and Mrs. B Nilsson. Wednesday, May 13, Hamilton Schoo N.S. 1. B. Nilsson, E. Fox; 2. Mr and Mrs. I. Landon; 3. R. Miron, B Evans. E.W. 1. F. Giffin and M. Me Cann; 2. E. Aubert, E. Miller; 3.3-4 5. Jurkovich, O. Soice, D. Mlchaelis W. Zumstein, Novice, Santa Trophy 1. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowenberg; 2.-3 B. Landeryou, L. Roberts (J. Lebeau M. Thursday, May 14, Hamilton School N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Me Donald; 2. Mr and Mrs. M. Hodgson 3. C. Chichester, H., Balcovskf. E.W 1. P. PremachuK, E. Olafson; 2. W McCann, R. Nelson, W. Zumstein, D Michaelts. Friday, May 15, Hamilton School N S. 1. 6. Goodman, C. W. Chlch ester; 2. Mrs. L. Smith, Mrs. D. Fox 3. Mr. and Mri. M. Hodgson. E.W 1 Mrs D. Mkhaelis, W. Zumstein; 2 Mrs P. Premaehuk, Mrs, D. Cran ston; 3. K. Waters, 0. Bentsen. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN to ky Chiutt TritacT North-South vulnerable North deals. NORTH A AQ9854 07 West Pass Pass Pass WEST EAST it :r 3 4 K 10 V J 6 ,1 V 4 2 OQHS8653 OK42 10 4 S 5 4 .1 2 SOUTH A62 VA1087S 0 A.T A K 0 6 The bidding: North East South 1 Pass 2 W 3 <9 Pass 4 S Pass 6 V Pass Pass Opening lead: Ten of An unorthodox lead by West followed by a clever false card provided the defense with their only chance to defeat South's six heart contract. The rest was up to the declarer, and he obligingly swallowed the bait when it was offered. West had no very attractive lead and he finally chose to npcn tlw lone ten of clubs, despite South's bid of that suit. Declarer promptly con- eluded that the lead was a singleton and after winnim; the trick with the aco bo began to draw trump. Tile kiDi! ajtf (lUCCfl Of hearts were cashed and West followed suit with the three and that order. This gave the appearance that he held only two trumps, in which case South could safely ruff out his losing diamond. A diamond was led to the ace and the jack was trumped with dummy's re- maining heart, the deuce. South expected to reenter his hand with the king of clubs to pull the last trump and then take the spade fi- nesse for a possible over- trick. He was shocked when West ruffed the king of clubs with the six of hearts. A dia- mond was returned which South trumped but when ha took the spade finesse and East turned up with the king, the contract was set. South could have made slam by drawing a third round of trumps and then taking the spado finesse. Althp it loses, he regains the lead with the ace of dia- monds. The spade suit can now be established by leading over to the ace and ruffing out the ten. North's queen of clubs provides an entry for South to discard his jack of diamonds. Whether or not declarer should have fallen for ruse is perhaps open to question, however, West de- serves full credit for doing everything in his power to steer his on.Done.nt otf course.. V DID YOU KNOW THAT J A CHICKEN! CAN -S LAY THE SAME SSG fOUCl TIMES? BEETLE Mort Walker SIR, OW 1 6I40W rts HIPPIE TO CAMOUFLAGE- CLASS? __ i Ll'L Al Capp ,HOW_ CAN] KEEP I DETECTIVE F05DICK M M-MORE SAVS "WAIT-LIKE A P-LIKE A GOOD CITIZEN- rrf MlTTIMj Bob Moatani ftOV, STAYING WTO YOU is LIKE REATJC IN THE-. MOTHER I OUST THEN TAKE A A COURSE MY MOTHER HEETS HI AND Dik GOOD.11 CAU6HT THEM BEFORE HAD A CHANCE IDAKSSUPANVTHINe.' WE JUST CAME W WE WONT TOUCH ANYTHING SHORT KIBS-B? Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY HOLP IT A BEFORE VA SET FUPPSY! I BEEN SO BUSY I HAVEN'T HAD A CHANCE AW SPRINSS FIXE.O! ;