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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE THURSDAY, APH1L Your birthday today: In a vear of normal progress, di- rect your life in the most practicable manner within your own set of people and its resources. From large families in thriving commu- nities individuals have a great range of opportunity. Others have to create their own advantages as Ihey go. AK1ES (March 21 April HI: Wind up your month end busi- ness deta'ils with little fuss and fanfare. Patience will bring you a chance to improve finances and money matters in general. Somebody'near you teases, hop- ing for reaction. TAURUS (April May Diplomacy vdth both friend! and career contacts is needed ntore than ever. GEMINI (May 11 June Much help and advice is al around you. Be discreet and selective in what you ac cept of it. CAN'CER (June 21 July zz) Apply for positions, improve- ments, better situations a borne and at work. Settle any differences with relatives friends, neighbors. LEO (July 23 Aug. Ag g r e s s i v e acquaintances ar striving to rush you into un wise expenses. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) Patience and tact are as im portant as your steady driv today. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Find some way to get other people together for importan co-operative or group efforts. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 nslead of squabbling, simply tteod your health care, sup- ly gathering, inventories, liopping, and other routines. SAGITTARIUS tz-Dee. Take a middle course to- day, neither overbuying nor speculating. CAPRICORN (Dec. K Jam. THE DOCTOR SAYS Avoid Hemochroiuatosis By Limiting Iron Intake By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Writtn to Ntwsprftr fjtfrjram Atsa. Some persons who complain of dizziness, headache, loss ot weight, shortness of breath and easy fatigabilUy suffer from iron overloading r hemochro- matosis. In victims of this di- sease, increased amounts .of iron overloading "or hmochro- gestive tract and deposited in :he tissues. The disease is seen more often in men than in wo- men and usually has its onset jetween the ages of 40 and 60. Heredity appears to be a sac- tor in some cases but in others the cause is a high intake of iron, especially In persons who drink large quantities of im- ported wine or who are addict- ed to certain iron tonics taken wi'Jxxit a physician's advice. The daily dietary rapiirement for iron is 10 to 20 milligrams. As the disease progresses, iron deposits give the skin a coppery hue and there is an as sociated diabetes, sometimes called bronze diabetes. Fortunately, this once fata: GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [c tntt North-South vulnerable. South Seals. NORTH 4 K 18 8 2 EAST OQ9 KJZ WEST Al C7K87S OAJH71 VQIS2 OS SOUTH 4 A 10 7 The lidding: balk Vat North East 1C Pass 1O Past Piss Fin 1 4 Pass Pm Put Opening lead: Nine of South was able to score 10 tricks his four spade contract by singling in all his trumps. Once his plan became clear, however, i little more alertness on tbe part of West would tare Impeded the cross-raft and thereby diverted declarer from his gosl. West opened tbe nine o! ebbs, East put up the Jack end South von tbe trick with tbe king. A heart was led to the ice end a small heart WM rulfed in tbe closed hand. A diamond wis played next when West ducked, tbe. queen wu put up to bold trick. Another heart wu trumped by South and dummy was put in once more with the king of clubs to raff out tbe last heart as both defenders fol- lowed nriL Declarer called his ace of spades for tbe eighth trick and then exited with a diamond. West was in with tbe ten of diamonds on which East discarded chb. The ace ot diamonds wu led, North raffed with tbe eight of spades and East overruffed with the jack, East cashed the queen of clubs, but the forced spade return trick. J2 from tbe queen-seven into dummy's Meg-ten gave South the last two tricks and his contract. West conM have extricated: lib partner from the fatal endpliy by putting up the an of diamonds and leading another dub when South first kd tout nit at trick four. Declarer is deprired of vital entry to doming end cannot raff oat til tie tha hearti If Sooth attempts to ccobnoe tbe stripping ess, East can mff tbe second round of cash his dub trick, and then exit with, a to score tha setting trick in the trump suit. disease can now be controlled periodic bleeding and ,ing such prescription drugs diethykue Iriaim'ne peoia acid (DPTA) or defero- amine These rugs form an insoluble iron ocnpouod in the digestive trac and allow the Iron to pass ou the system without being ab- xbed into tbe blood. Q -What is the best trcal sent for a lorn cartilage in the b cage? Ultrasound treat xeots and an injection of cor tiscae didn't help. A This injury is notori ousry stow to heal more s han a fracture. Iminobiliza on of the chest in a cast or by tight bandaging for 11 or 1 eeks is a wearisome business ut it sometimes relieves the ?ain while the tear heals. Q I kave taken Pi oils or five years. Does this drug affect the neck or eyes? A This tranquilizer shoul not be taken by anyone who object to convulsions or has liver disease. Its side effect include uncontrollable circula movements of the eyes an arching backward of the nee Q -Whal is the best wa to get rid of lips? A Apply a thin layer cold cream or petroleum jel wo or three times a day an avoid licking or biting yoi lips. Bv Jeane Dixon Travel requires continued uttoo but all other factors to be looking up. AQUARIUS (Ju. Fek. Your mood is more to- trd extravagance, a test of limitations. Accept mat- ers as they are; you will last longer and feei more satisfied. PISCES (Fek. 11 you will only refraM from impatience with thmfs and peo- le, everything turns around fit you and those jwu care xmt. Put in a good for >em. mi, IM. NDP Member )f Commons Takes Office OTTAWA (CP) Doug Row- and, 29, was swore in Monday as NDP member of Parliament or Selkirk. The ceremony was performed by Alistair Fraser, clerk of toe Commons. In attendance were Ur. Rowland's wife, Hope, and Mr parents, and Mrs. L. F. Wilmot of Whitby, Ont., T. C Douglas, NDP leader, and Stan- ley Knowles, NDP House leader. Mr. Rowland .succeeds Ed Schreyer, now premier of Mani- toba. He said in an interview that discontent on the Frames with the Trudeau government DOW is sufficient that all Liberal MPs are worried about their seats in the next election. Standing in the Com- mons raw is Liberals 153, Con- servatives 72, NDP 23, Credi- tistes 13, Independent 2, vacant 1. Mussolini Spirit Lingers On As Italy's Problems Mount ROME (Reuters Twenly- five years ago teday, the bullets of a partisan firing squad ended the life of Benito Mussolini, It- aly's Fascist dictator from 1922 to 1943. 'As the Second World War drew to a close, the body of the man who made his country UK ally of Nazi Germany was strurg up outside a Milan gaso- line station. Today his remains lie in a marble sarcophagus near Ravenna. Yet for many nostalgic Ital- ians, bis spirit lingers on as the country struggles with the prob- lems of violence and labor un- rest. Those who remember have been heard to mutter: "If Mus- solini were here, this wouldn't be happening. Whatever his faults, he al least made things work." 426 13th St. N. Phone 328-4536 "A Measure For Quality By Ihe Yard" See Our Glorious Selection of Spring Fabrks AM the making of a beautif Spring Wardrobe yours now at Baker's Fabric Centre. WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE The fascism of "II Duce" (the leader) left many practical im- prtils on Italian society. The panel code is still sprinkled with Fascist era laws on such sub- jects as the power of tbe pofce and the freedom of the press. The state still maintain? mo- nopoly powers over radio and evision, though these now are controlled by a parliamentary mmission. Although tbe Fascist party formally banned after the ar its leading exponents jrought to trial, the party's eas were quickly adopted by ew right-wing groupings. ARTY FOUNDED In 1946, the neo-Fascist Italian ocial movement was founded a group of minor former ascist officials. Today it has 24 ats in the 630-member Cham- of Deputies and 13 of Italy's !1 Senators. But the cull of Mussolini him- ilf appears to have declined Ite passing of time. The cult veached its peak in 3i, when MuSuOlini's remains, audtd over by the government o his widow in a packing case, buried at the family's xxne town of near avenna. Nearly Fascists and neo-Fascisls filed past the coffin. Mussolini's 79-year-old widow, )onna, Rachele, still is alive, year she won a 12-year attle to obtain a state pension right as the widow of a wermnenl servanl of more han 20 years' standing. One son, Romano, is well cnown as a jazz pianist and is j he husband of film star Sophia sister Maria, lOUENE PSINCE BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEW DRAPES Check Our Quality Fabrics and Workmanship, First For Baker's Fabric Centre CUSTOM HOME MADE COMFORTERS tf we don't hnve the color (or you wa'll moke it. 426 13lh St. N. Phene 328-4536 I IXXUK'T fWit THOSE DREAMS- AliEAP OP TWE WHAT WERE 6CM6 ID PREAH CAMPUS ClATTEJU-ej Larrjr THRU WSrtB HOURS THOSE KKA SCENES SOOWO! 1W6WE-- LOAIA ttSt SUNWiS ABOUND IN wvy otoir VOU WUCT OP? MOST BORING MCWE I I THBOUSH! I COOLD HAVt BEEN HOME OTCHIWS UP ON MY SLEEP BEETLE BAILEY-By Wafcer THERE'S cue U'L Al COURSE SOU SHE WANTS VOU- fN THOUGH 'RE THE 3NQ M.T ABCHIE-Br M< AND THIS NOTE.' ..i-'WOULDN'T rr's Be LUNK, CHERISHED vcusnu. KEEP A DRNffiR-UUKETHlS FUL OF MEMEMTCS FRC YCXJR STUDENTS? AKCHIF. ...WHEN I HM) HIM IN ENGLISH HI AND LOlS-By Dik Poor' Woniau. Leaves Fortune To Negro Fund DETTIOIT (AP) A half, blind white woman described as too miserly to pay for special glasses has left almost to the United Negro College Fund. The fund Imds financial as- sistance to students at 36 pre- dominantly Negro colleges in the southern U.S. The donor, Rcgina M. Peffly, died Jan. 4 in her small rented flat. Her will was admitted lo probate Monilay. 5Irs. Crcsscy Wilson, 60, who used lo live with her, said Mrs. Pelfly "said the Negroes had al- ways been mistreated." Mis. Pcffley's stockbroker, Richard CIcary, said she made the money by playing "cheap speculative slocks." Mrs. Wilson sntd that espile being half blind from cataracts, Mrs. Pcffly "threw a fit" when told she would have to pay for new glasses, She ncvei bought them. K eerras ions tern, i SUPPOSE HAvE TO SO TOOJGH AKDTfE? SCBeWTTWHIMTO rr's HWD TO BELIEVE THE SAME BOY wo TORE HIS BAev FKmjRn cur OF THE FAWIY ALBUM BECAUSE HS KAIR WVS TOO LONG-. SHORT RIBS-BT Frank O'Neal OUR WB5KT-IIFTEK OUTSTANDING. BUGS BUNNY HCW ABOUT TURN1N' OUT 7H' LISHT I OH GET SOME SLEEP, ELMER? ;