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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THI 11THBIIIDGI HKAID Thgnday, July J, YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY, JULY 5 Your birthday today: Your personal magnetic qualities come to public view in the year ahead. Much of what clutters your path now must be cleared off In the next month or two. Your attention Is divided between concern over the recent past and the need for planning. Sentimen- tal ties take on deeper mean- THE WELL CHILD Good Rest Important In Relief Of Twitching By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Ing. Today's natives are often impulsive, gifted, apt to fol- low special interests in exten- sive detail over long periods. AMES (March 21 April A home incident causes ex- citement, presents sudden By Jeane Dixon LIBRA (Sept. Z3 Oct. K you can manage to put an early end to the workweek, do so. Let things drift as gently as you know how. The evening turns out to be lots of fun. SCOKPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 20: choices. Pause for reflection Just when everything looks before reacting. Expect the marvelous, you find suddenly evening hours to be quite busy, that you're over your head. TAURUS (April 20 May Just go along with others for Winding up the workweek de- today. Evening hours are bet- serves extra attention, since a ter, but don't expect too much, rather different state of affairs SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. prevails when you get to next Your current projects week's work. GEMINI (May 21 June should be given a rest. After the uphill path of today, Settle down; exercise patience, yourself time to recover. The Q What causes twitching In the right upper eyelid am what can be done to relieve if A This common tic i usually due to fatigue. If you get more rest every night the twitching should stop within few days. Q I have a muscular spasm that pulls my head back every few seconds. Wha causes it? Is there any cure for it? A These habit spasms often start early in life as result of emotional tension when the spasms have per- sisted for several months or years, or have their onset in persons who are over 40, there is little that can be done for them. Fortunately, they are not a health hazard. Q What causes toxoplas- mosis? What are the symp- Computer Developed NEW YORK (AP) Interna- tional Business Machines an- nounced today the development of a new medium- and large- scale computer system which it said is faster and has a higher storage capacity than previous models. "We are confident that the performance of the System-370, its compatibility, its engineering and its programming will make it the standout for the '70s that System-360 was for the IBM President Thomas J. Wat- son Jr. told a news conference. IBM said System-370 will re- place the System-360 which cur- rently accounts for a substantial part of the IBM computer mar- ket. IBM is the world's biggest manufacturer of computers. IBM said the new system will come in two models. Both mod- els, the company said, are cur- rently in production and should be available early next year. IBM said both models operate between four and five times faster internally than the old model. FOURTH LARGEST Madagascar is the fourth largest island hi the world. tons? What is the best treat- ment? A This disease is caused by a one-celled animal para- site, the Toxoplasma. It is es- timated that about one-third of the population harbors this or- ganism without showing any symptoms. It may be found in birds, mice and domestic ani- mals and can be transmitted to man in poorly cooked beef, lamb or pork, or by handling pets and then not washing your hands before eating. When symptoms do there may be fever .general lassitude and a rubbery but painless enlargement of the lymph nodes. Complications in- clude invasion of the retina or the brain with resulting visual disorders or convulsions. Once the diagnosis is made, treat- ment with pyrimet h a m i ne (Daraprim, a prescription combined with triple sulfonamides, leads to im- provement within a week. Without treatment recovery oc- curs but it takes much longer. Q What is Roniacol given for? What, if any, are its side effects? A This drug is given for varicose ulcers, chilblain, Meniere's disease and dizzi- ness. Its side effects include skin rash and nausea but these usually disappear if the dosage is reduced. Q What is Sinequan given for and what side effects may Don't scatter energy and weekend is more complex ey. A bright remark may convenient. an unexpected mark with (Dec. K Jan. maying Relationships challenge CANCER (June 21 July talents for keeping things There's a reward for being Keep your mind on perturbable today. You you are doing, for a mo- even have to replan your neglect may be haz- end. Depend more on your resources than anything (Jan. 20 Feb. loved i Finishing the workweek LEO (July 23 Aug. out to be complicated, Now secrets are divulged, everybody suggesting people have done and should be done and how. Don't react until you things gentle and simple thought out the those you care about. There is likely nothing much (Feb. 19-March do but laugh it is difficult to keep routines VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your consideration in Friends are enthusiastic over some commercial scheme which is not for you. Do nothing that creates a rift or demanding attention is appreciated. The evening turns up rather nice surprises. a difference between Newsday, Inc. Olson Of Tory OTTAWA (CP) spite of the delay, the de- UPs "performed a real has asked the board ce" for western grain growers iv linMintf nn nassaPA nf a grata commissioners, in co-mwflfinn with fiaTiaHian ASLON6A51WSIS60N6TOBE I5IWJ> SUP INA FEW 1X65 AMUT CM K WAHID INTO THE ARMY, WE CANT: VOTE- JOKE.TWE OK AlflENCE WILL LOVE THIS ONE..HEEHEE HE HECK! I HAVE THE LAR6EST COLLECTION OF ANTI-CAT MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman SO THE WO BOWS 285. DONT POUT. HES YOUR SON.AND YOU CAN SEND THE BRAT TO BED OUT HIS DINNER.... WHAT DOES "OVER THE HI! occur? A Doxepin (Sinequan) Is an antidepressant. It should not be used by anyone with glaucoma or urinary retention. Sde effects include dry mouth, blurred vision and constipation. Three East German Musicians Defect SALERNO, Italy (AP) Three East German musicians ,ook part in a concert dedicated o German composer Richard ffagner last night, then went to a police station and asked for political asylum. Po- ice said the musicians were so- irano Brunhilde Friendland, 31; rarnetist Gunther Erbstoessel, 5, and bassoonist Klaus Schies- er, 30. Medicare For Livestock Pilot Program Launched -PEACE RIVER (CP) Med- ical care insurance for livestock began this week in the Peace River district of northwestern Alberta, believed the first ex- perimental venture of its kind Jo Canada. The plan, nicknamed Vetieare covers cattle, swine and sheep mid provides for treatment at three veterinary hospital loca- tions in the region for a ?3 ser- vice fee. Farm visits cost plus mileage. The pilot project is being sponsored by two municipal dis- tricts and five similar jurisdic- tions called improvement dis- tricts in the area. Next year, if the plan con- tinues, individual farmers would be assessed premiums based on the number of ani- mals on each farm. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES R. GOREN le 1IJ1: mediate impact will be at least an initial period of disorder as he teams staying on reorganize hemselves following the depar- ure of the Red Cross, which las been co-ordinating all relief work. The Christian Council of Ni- ;eria, Save the Children Fund, Quaker Relief Services and tho Catholic Secretariat said Satur- ay they would keep about efief teams operating in the ormer Biafran enclave until at east the end of September. SHOCKBDTO HEAR MX> APE MAKING MY LITTLE BCY VUMX AROUND SCHOOL IN STOCKING FEEfi LIABLE TO CATCH HIS OeXTH OF HES MMTMSMfiVK YOU HI AND Dik SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal jargest Town }uts Tax Rate ST. ALBERT, Alta. (CP) t. Albert, Alberta's largest own, has set its 1970 tax rate t 72.5 mills, down 7.5 mills rom last year. Council at a special meeting ecided on 27 mills for mu- icipal purposes and 45.5 for xlucation. BENEFITS HIGHER OTTAWA (CP) The unem- loyment insurance commis- ion paid in benefits uring April, compared with in March and in April last year, the ominion Bureau of Statistics i reports. WREKIPW6, THEBES NOJMNSSWREARWHitf BUGS BUNNY i PETUNIA'S A PICKY CUSTOMER. BUT I'M BEAW! I SOT HALF MY STOCK WHERE11 C'N REACH IT! THESE ARE UUST WHAT I WANT! SLIT THIS IS TH' FIRST PAIR VA TRIED ON I ;