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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Frldoy, August 28, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON AUGUST 20, 1970 Your birthday today. The search for simplicity in spirit and action dominates the year ahead. Whatever useless bag- gage you hang onto now be- comes a tenfold burden later disencumber now. Much ex- citement persists all year, over subtle inner changes, as well as surprising events in your com- munity. Today's natives a r e studious, methodical, largely sef-educating people. ARIES (March 21 April You have a good start on the weekend make sure you're all set with supplies, etc. At- tend the needs of children and those who depend on you. TAUKUS (April 20 May This day is for relaxation, catching up on your usual weekend jobs. Review home circumstances; plan new ar- rangements to avert problems later. GEMINI (May 21 June Nobody seems inclined to work very hard today. Get yourself out of the middle; attend to anything which has been ne- DOCTOR SAYS Blood Tests Helpful In Anemia Diagnosis By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written tor Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Q _ Tests show that I am and shots to build up the iron glected or requires serious study. CANCER (Jiine 21 July Take care of all your weekend chores today. Line up budgets, clwclc stubs, and the like. New starts of any importance can wait for next week. LEO (July 23 Aug. You can clear off a surprisingly large number of odds and ends of business, half finished proj- ects. Routines can even be fun on days like this. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Rummage through your house- hold, select items that no long- er serve any purpose. Give them to your favorite charity. Big plans and changes are not favored now. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Give yourself a one day vaca- tion, along with a .change of diet. You should be able, to relax without neglecting any- thing of importance. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Let a spirit of celebration and thanksgiving pervade your happiness today. Enjoy your gress has been achieved. Make your home life comfortable and easy. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Express yourself quietly and fully where you have strong emotional ties. Be agree- able and help keep the day as calm as you can. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mnrch Clear the decks, get done with any leftover miscellany. Attend your health care program, think of improvements. Light entertainment tops off the eve- ning. 1970, Newsday, Inc. anemic so I have been my blood. Does that mean as it now is. The eve- injections of liver extract a low blood is for a quiet party. vitamin B complex for over is a CBC (Nov. 22-Dec. month but I still feel There is no direct Nothing is more appropri- How long should my between low today than ordinary wait before assuming that my anemia is secondary to and an iron deficiency although the two may Share them with friends who have similar inter- other CBC is a complete The evening promises A A complete hemoglobin level, conversation. examination of your blood count, white cell count (Dec. 22 Jan. give your doctor a percentage distribution Check up on your records, diagnosis of the type of various types of white don't do anything special you have. Since the treatment For different types is quite it now. Enjoy what pro- ferent, I must assume that doctor- is giving you the best treatment for your anemia. ON your blood count is improving and your symptoms are not relieved, some other cause CHARLES H. GOKEN [0 1WO: by Tfta csicago Tribune! East-West vulnerable. had three aces, le proceeded to six spades. West opened the ace of your complaints should and continued Hie suit, ruffing East's queen 6 A friend, 50, has with the five o! spades. rocytic anemia, mat ace of spades revealed itu Is this a form of bad news in tramps when What is the best discarded a heart. A This type of anemia decided to -establish characterized by the diamond suit. He led over of large immature red the king and back to the cells. The cause is a A third diamond was of vitamin B-12 or folic 10932 and when West fol- or both. It is related to pernicious anemia but not to with the jack, declarer ruffed with North's eiaht oE cer. Maintenance doses of 2 j unnflas. East overruffed missing vitamins will jack to KOTO the setting ihe Q If a person with a severe anemia has been bidding: East South West North woM hive made Ms contract by establishing vitamin B-12 shots for dummy. All that is years and suddenly stops, 30 Pass 3 for success is for mil 4 NT Pau to have two clnbs. After A Injections of this vitamin are the best treatment SA Pull Fiss plays the ace of spades and West shows out, the king pernicious anemia. Since this controls, but does not cure this disease, failure to get the vitamin will cause a return of he weakness and pallor and eventually damage to the lead; Ace o! South, the declarer at stf spades, focused his attentions on the wrong hand and thereby paved the way for his tiwn queen of clubs are cashed.' With this hurdle surmounted, declarer crosses over to the king o! diamonds and leads high clubs from dummy. If East ruffs, South system. Can the degeneration of the spinal coril associated with pernicious anemia result to paralysis? A Yes. That should be reason enough to keep the disease under control at all times. Q I have been taking opened the bidding With one spade and when his partner was able to respond at the two level, he had visions of big things. Observe that South's hand is worth 21 points and North has promised a minimum of 10. South revealed his with the ten, draws trumps with the king and queen, cashes the ace of diamonds and enters dummy by ruffing a diamond with the nine of spades. The North hand is high with good clubs. If East refuses to ruff dubs, South discards his ART making' a jump shift to three diamonds. When North confirmed the fit by diamonds and -then picks up trumps by finessing against the jack of spades. In DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental to three spades, South checked lor controls by using Blackwood, Learning that case, the defense is restricted to the wn trick is Mllropolilan Eldg. The Green Acres KIWANIS CLUB Annual CAMPAIGN Men., Aug. 31st thru Sat., Sept. 5th BASKETS OF FANCY B.C. MclNTOSH APPLES Bit i i Jk- Af.kvi tfMtfm If you have a large family, order two or three baskets Here are a few of ths projects sponsored and supported by Tho Kiwanis Club of Green Acrei Hardieviile Boy Stouis and Girl Guides Hall Girl Guides and Brownies Camp at Fort Mocleod lothbridge Sharp Shooters Gun Club for young people 3 Tourist Huts at Henderson Lake Kiwanis Playground 7lli 'Ave. and 4th St. S. O Assist minor sports with grants for equipment Sponsored award winners of the 4H Clubs Present high school scholarships annually for high scholastic ability Scholarship to tho outstanding music festival participant Manages and supports tho Kiwanis Junior Band DONATIONS ARE ALSO MOST WELCOME Test Light Knife ALDERMASTON, England (AP) British scientists say they will test a new laser sur- gical scalpel next month in operations on animals. But the "light knife" needs fur- ther development before it can be used for humans, they said. The surgical laser was de- veloped by scientists at the Aldermaston Atomic Weapons Research Establishment. It can slice through bone as well as flesh and cauterizes as it cuts to stop bleeding, sur- geons said. In the instrument, the laser, a thin, non-diffusing beam of intense light, is projected through an articulated tube to a working tip that moves eas- ily in any direction. An elbow joint designed by scientist David Beach gives the tip maximum flexibility without making it too heavy or too big for an operating theatre. Scientific reporters at a laser exhibit in Washington last January were told that a Massachusetts company has developed a "tissue vaporis- ing" laser 'which might event- ually be used for surgery on cancerous tissues and the like. Cemetery Must Bury Soldier MIAMI (AP) federal judge today ordered an all-white cemetery to bury a black sol- dier who was killed in South Vietnam and refused interment because of his race. Lawyers for the family of Specialist Pondexteur E. Wil- liams said1 he will be buried Saturday at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens in Fort Pierce, Fla., with full military honors. United States District Judge William 0. Mehrtens heard ar- guments from lawyers from both sides in his chambers, then announced in the court the issu- ance of an injunction blocking the cemetery from prohibiting Wiliiams's burial any longer. Since his military funeral last Sunday in the National Guard Armory at Fort Pierce, 125 miles north of here, Williams's body has lain in a flag-draped coffin, awaiting the outcome of the court suit. The suit was brought against the cemetery because of a con- tract clause which says. "No bodies except those of persons of the white or Caucasian race may be interred in said lots." Vocational Centre Opens Next Year EDMONTON (CP) The student Alberta Voca- tional Centre is expected to ac- cept students into its premises by next February or March, J. P. Mitchell, provin- cial director of vocational edu- cation, said here. The eight storey building will house programs of aca- demic upgrading, business edu- cation, nursing orderly train- ing, building maintena nee, nursing aide and x-ray tech- nology. Students currently are hous- ed at the Northern Alberta In- stitute of Technology. Construction started earlier this summer in Calgary on an- other vocational centre. It will accommodate 900 students. Canada Manpower or provin- cial departments refer students to the school, many of whom are eligible for free tuition and living allowances. Students include school drop- outs, veterans, recent immi- grants, parolees and others considered to have insufficient skills to compete for jobs. TWO BREAP.THBWNIKETWICE. tVlTK. IWKEP.HOWMUCHON THE PEANUT WrTERTOPAV? ACTVAUY, I .KNEW THE I LIKE TO ATOL'FREP.. MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laldman TARRY, MY LWEj DtSCUSS OUR IDS GftNT, IGOITA CHANGE THE KDS. Chic Young WE BOTH WOUND UP IN THE POORHOOSS BKETI-E Mort Walker X SO. TWO MORE OF THE 5AME, EOPIS WHEN 1 THINK OF THE PROBLEMS WHEN SOMEONE VVAIKS IN THE POOS, PONT YOll AWAYS HAVE TIME POK ANOTMEK? U'L Al Capp BRIDE-AKl'AH'U. V COMMIT TH' (MARRIAGE.'.' THATPIZZA'S EXPWDIH' INSIPEO'HIM WIFA FUFWTHATKWOVJSNO IT'S BUR5TIM' THROUGH EV'RY ABCHIE-By Bob Montana STEAK IT DIDN'T. KNIFE KTHAW in TIME; FOR? [BUT-THE GRAVYSSOOD.' ...AND VtX) CAN HAVE. IT ON BREAD.' HI A NT) Dik COME ALONG f WITH us? -y SHORT KIBS-By Frank O'Neal WHY UYINS IN PAST? UYINff IH THE BUGS BUNNY 7H' LANPLORDS COMIN' F6R TH' RENT, OSSOOPJ YA KNOW WHAT V Do! ;