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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE LETHBRIDOI HERALD -, January 12, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13 Your birthday today: Your coming year succeeds according to your willingness to keep trying, in the face of restrictions and changes of direction. Material gains will be needed for working capital rather than casual luxury. Intellectual stimulation can bring you achievement, making everything worthwhile. Emotional expression is generally unhindered in all social channels. Today's na- tives tend to have mystical interests, are often impractical, ahead of their times, honest. ARIES (March 21-Ai>ril 19): Selling ideas, shorten routines to a lick-and-a-promise if you can. Home and marital affairs become an adventure; share an experience that later will be remembered fondly. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Get directly to the main problem. Unplanned episodes are very interesting, perhaps exciting. Do - it - yourself projects LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Exercise, but cautiously, with Rheumatic heart Dear Dr, Lamb - To my surprise I have been told I have rheumatic heart disease and that the mitral and aortic valves of my heart had been damaged. For the rest of my life I'm to take injectable penicillin once a month. I feel good and would like to be a very active 29-year-old but have been told not to outdo anyone physically. I'm baffled regarding a concrete exercise program. What about jogging? Must I stop when my heart pounds hard? Also, in the long run, does penicillin damage the body in any way? Dear Reader - Many people have no knowledge they have had rheumatic fever and may first learn they have rheumatic heart disease during a routine examination. You are a lucky woman since your heart function must be pretty good if you can still be as active as you sound and have not had any symptoms. The valve disease will cause the heart to work under a burden during exercise. How much trouble this will cause depends upon how badly your valves are damaged. Only your doctor can tell you this on Bridge results UMlle* Wed., Jan. � Tie 1-2. Mrs. A. F. Topping, Mrs. M. Woblck; 1-2, Mrs. M. J. Grant, Mrs. W. L. Waters; 3 Mr* C. B. Johnson, Mrs E. Wyalt. Wednesday/ Jan. i. U.S. 1. H. Foss, I. Shaw; 1. J. Lsn-deryou, J. Grant) 3. W. Winter, V. Fukuda. EW. 1. H. Nllsson, R. Cemullnl; J F. Parrott, J. Parrott; 3. R. Woblck, K. L. Waters. .Thursday, Jan 7 ..... N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. N. Jurkovlch; S. H. Foss, I. Shaw; 3. R. Mlron, J. Anderson E.W. 1. R. Santa, R. Woblck; 2. H. Nllsson, G. Redfern; 3. L. Smith, O. Solce. ACBL Friday, Jan. I 1 R. Woblck, H. Balcovske; 2. K. Waters, 0. B. Bentsen; 3. I. Shaw, P. McLean. the basis of your examination I am fairly certain, however, that you can keep up a good walking program. That will be beneficial for your general health. The load at any one time surely won't be too great for you. Of course, if you develop symptoms like shortness of breath or excessive heart pounding, you should see your doctor. The penicillin is to prevent you from having further damage to the valves in your heart and you should take it or some other medicine for the same purpose regularly. Penicillin won't harm you unless you are sensitive to it and if that were the case you would already know it. Dear Dr. Lamb - I have taken out an insurance policy- hospitalization. The com p a n y states it will not cover "Cardiovascular Diseases" as that is what my doctor stated on tho form. What does cardiovascular disease cover? Dear Reader - That includes the most common forms of diseases, such as heart pain, failing of the heart and heart attacks. It can also include rheumatic heart disease, atherosclerotic heart disease (fatty deposits in the arteries of the heart), damaged heart valves, and disease of any blood vessel anywhere in the body and high blood pressure. It covers so much that I have serious doubt that any policy that excludes cardio - vascular disease will give you very much protection. I presume you already have one of these problems if your doctor listed it on your insurance form and that is why the insur a n c e company doesn't want to cover the area of cardiovascular disease. Your problem is a good example of why it is better to get your health insurance early in life and keep it. Salesman Required Immediately! An agressive salesman is required for permanent sales position with one of Lethbridge's top dealerships. We offer you a wide range of quality products ond heavy advertising to give you busy year-'round sales with such popular items as American Motors Automobiles, Jeep Trucks, Mobile Homes, Travel Trailers and Used Cars. If you qualify we offer generous travel expenses, a profit sharing plan and other company benefits. Apply direct to UNITED MOTORS CO. UO. Cor. -3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. idb business loans anywhere in Canada We can lend to nearly every type of enterprise: manufacturing ... wholesale and retail trade ... tourism and recreation... construction... agriculture.., transportation and storage. If you need financial assistance to start, expand, or modernize a business anywhere in Canada, we invite you to discuss your requirements with us. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK TERM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES LETHBRIDGE, Alta.: 740-^tth Ave. South-Tel.: 328-9681 and serious study are both suggested. GEMINI (May 21-Junc 20): Attend to technical, legal formalities. Avoid physical strain, heavy exertion - it's better to wait and get help. Older people, rules restrict you for the moment. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Checking details reveals better ways of handling money, savings. Your care and consideration help others to find their way, possibly avoid unfortunate incidents. LEO (July 23  Aug. 22): Conflicts of personalities and interests are to be expected. Friends are of no help, having their own concerns. Being nonchalant would defeat your purpose-stay in there pitching, involved, emotional. VIRGO (Aug. 23  Sept. 22): Serious plans are in order. A change in direction or activity might be desirable. Estimates of financial matters are down, unduly pessimistic. Cheer up! LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): Let bygones be bygones, especially in family relations. Your time is too valuable, so select sensibly and get busy before someone else has the same bright idea. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 2t): People disagree over almost anything, and only you can decide whether to join them. Your emotional preferences are not necessarily for the person who is "right." SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): The fewer opinions you volunteer in family circles, the better. Wait until you're asked. Get on with your regular work, keep s c h e dules promptly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): Whatever financial resources are immediately available are for today's purposes. Demands come at you from all sides. Remain serene, don't take your friends' fuzzy ideas and alarms seriously. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 -Feb. 18): Somebody near you draws all the attention and much of the "luck." Your role may be over - looked, but never mind, go along with it. Extra travel turns out beneficial. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mnrch 20): Pursue the petty details of your career - work as if they were important-they are. Leave nothing to chance in communications. People who are generally excitable aren't today. 1971, Newsday, Inc. Sees need for national newspaper TORONTO (CP) - Senator Keith Davey, chairman of the Senate committee on the mass media, said here he hopes Canada soon will have a national newspaper and more national magazines. _ Speaking on the CFRB program Let's Discuss It, the senator said the key to a national press in Canada centres on special tax privileges granted to Canadian editions of Time and Reader's Digest magazines. Mr. Davey said the report prepared by his committee showed that the two publications received a high proportion of Canadian advertising expenditures. Elimination of the magazines' special status would result, he said, in the growth of a national press in Canada. "We shouldn't let American magazines rip off the top of our magazine industry." He said he knows of two groups ready to publish national magazines that are unable to do so because of a lack of advertising. A failure to take action concerning the two United States magazines would result in the publications gaining an ever-increasing share of advertising in their field "until pretty soon there are no Canadian magazines at all" MAJOR FIGURE 1 Germany's merchant fleet reached 6.8 million tons during I 1970. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN IC tlTI I �f Tin CNOft TlttaMl Neither vulnerable. East deals. NORTH 4KQJ54 V AtJ O 10 + KQJ7 WEST EAST A A 10 8 7 2 * � S? J 2 O AKQMS2  MS