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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI lETHBRIDOi HERAIO Tussdoy, July 7, 1770 YOUR HOROSCOPE WEDNESDAY, .JULY 8 Your birthday today: Your versatility of talent finds ex- pression in the coming year, including several experimen- tal ventures beyond your present planning. Expansion of your goals and probably Cambodians In Control Of Town PHNOM PENH (AP) The Cambodian army battled its way today to full control of the town of Saang, 20 miles south of Phnom Penh, after suffering some of the heaviest losses it has reported for one day of fighting. Other Cambodian troops pushed back a threat to Kom- pong Thorn, 80 miles north of the capital, with the aid of South Vietnamese warplanes. _ Cambodian commanders said 32 of their men were killed and 47 wounded during 27 hours of fighting at Saang. They claimed more than 250 Viet Cong, and North Vietnamese were slain, but said powerful Communist forces still are in the area, ap- parently preparing for a counter-attack. .Typhoon. Olga Strikes Japan TOKYO (AP) Typhoon Olga struck western and south- ern Japan, killing three per- sons and injuring 16, officials said. Two persons were report- ed missing. The typhoon veered into Hie Japan Sea today and the Japa- nese meterologisal agency said it had been downgraded to a tropical storm. At its height, the typhoon packed winds of nearly 90 miles per hour. Olga dumped from four to 12 inches of rain at various points in Japan and police said 85 homes were flooded. your earnings is promised. The keyword for the year's progress is "unexpected." To- day's natives are versatile, generally quick at figures and economy. AU1ES (March 21 April Today you should seek recog nition, ask for improvements collect what is due. Nothing is accomplished without work, bu don't expect nny "thank you.' TAURUS (April 20 May 20) What you do for yourself toda; is much more important th a n what you do for others. Enter prises involving children turn out happily. Accept a possible favor gracefully. GEMINI (May 21 June Your home life comes first now Property deals are open to ne gotiation. Bring all outstanding matters to a conclusion, parti- cularly where older people are involved. CANCER (June 21 July Consider fresh contacts, new projects. Take longtime asso- ciates with you. Consultations are favored. Romance thrives this evening. LEO (July 211 Aug. Your first consideration shoulc go to dealings with institutions, and any legal questions. A good chance for improved earnings by use of little known informa- tion is suggested. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. You are at your peak of per- suasiveness today. Ask _ for whatever you've been wanting, within reason. Encouragement is received from all sides. The evening calls for celebration. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Confidential affairs are para- mount today. Clear off unfin- ished business early. Important persons may require some ex- :ra activity, but it is worthwhile ;o respond. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Something happens to bring a secret wish much nearer real- ty. Your friends have much news, including some they do not realize interests you. In- scrutability is your style for the day! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Your best efforts are real- ly necessary and in the future will be rewarded. Concentrate on career matters, seek increas' ed income. Get busy! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN IB 1IM: Bi Tta clliw TribM North -So'u Eh South deals. NORTH S7K63Z O8JZ WEST EAST AKJS83Z A9 49763 SOUTH AAQ197 OAQ The bidding: Sooth West North Eist i V 1 fta 4 NT Fasi Pass ft? Fasi Pus i Opening lead: Seven of efore that was assistant safety director in charge of juvenile affairs. In addition to her husband, tlrs. Cream is survived by six children, to grandchildren, four bt'others and three sisters. The couple was married 37 years. quilizer is plenty of exercise, a blanaced diet and plenty of sleep. Camomile tea works won- ders for those who believe it will. Q _ what arc the detrimental effects of tranquilizers? A The worst effect of the so-called tranquilizers is that people tend to become depen- dent on them instead of getting rid of whatever is causing their tensions. Q What arc the symptoms of Tietze's syndrome? What causes it and what can be done for it? A In this syndrome a ten- der mass forms where the bony ribs joins the rib cartilage in the front of the chest. The cause is not known but the con- dition clears up spontaneously although this may take several months. One or more flare-ups may occur before the cure is complete. An injection of pro- caine or hydrocortisone should relieve the pain ii it is severe. Q I have a skin disease called Tinea versicolor. My doc- tor says it can't be cured. Is there any new treatment for it? A This is a mild skin in- fection caused by a fungus. It consists of light brown patches that do not itch and are not raised above the level of the surrounding skin. Most persons with this condition ignore it un- less it is on an exposed part of the body. Treatment with Tin- ver Lotion, Pragmatar Ointment or a 25 per cent aqueous solu- tion of sodium thiosulfate is us- ually helpful. Q _ My son, :I6, talks out loud in his sleep about what he does in his waking hours. What causes this? A Although this may in- dicate that your son is high- strung, it is usually not serious and is so common as to be considered normal for some persons. If you can get your son to take 30 to 40 minutes of quiet relaxation before retiring and go to bed 20 to 30 minutes earlier than he does now, this may give him a quieter night's sleep. Space Station Participation Is Possible OTTAWA (CP) Canada has a committee of scientists and government officials working since the start of this year on possible Canadian participation in a United States space station program. Informants said Mon- day that it will be several months before any concrete rec- ommendations emerge. Canadian participation was invited at a meeting here Dec. 15 between Americans led by Dr. Thomas 0. Paine, adminis- trator of the National Aeronau- tics and Space Administration, and representatives of several Canadian government depart- ments and scientific agencies. The examination here is being made by the interdepartmental committee on space headed by Dr. J. M. Harrison, assistant deputy minister of energy, mines and resources. EVERYONE EVERYONE 7HROIOIN6 7HIN65? uJHAT'S MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman (I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT ART, BUT IUKE YOUR BUNTINGS. GONE ALL DAY. THOSE WHO KNOW NOTHINO... GO FOR MY WORK. tsosam i. .1 I KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT vrv i Ahm frni ill 11 S Chic Yonnj IT SHOWED TFN DOLLARS LEFT (W MY ACCOUNT THAT I DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT.' J WROMS WITH HAVING A BUCKS LEFT OVER? IT MAKES WE AS THOUGH I JUST HAVSNT BEEN TRY1NS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker U'L At Capp -AM'VO'DBE I PAPPV EOT DUNKED IN UNFIT TONSO'lT.r-RECKOH HOOMIH 2-5 HE WON'T BE FIT FO' COMPANIONSHIP) HOOM1M 1 SHIPFO'ATHOUSAN I AN'THEW AH RUM.'.' k ONE AH DIDN'T DRAP O1 WANTAGlT UASTAHSEEN HE WERE. VWAWSVORE. ZINGIW' INTOTH' Bob Montana SON'SPOTS EVERYTHING DOESN'T If OF COURSE SEEM IMPRESSED.', __, WHAT I'VE GOT IN MY TELESCOPE.' HI AMD LOIS-By I SAW WELL PROBABLY NEVER FIND ANOTHER THAT BIG.' 05IVE IfE THAT IF TTfe GOING TO CAUSE A FI6HT, NEITHER OFVOU _ CAN HAVE Daul: Synagogue Iii West Berlin BERLIN (Reuters) Van- dals smeared swastikas on the door of a Synagogue community centre in West Berlin Sunday. 'olice said swastikas and the words "out with the Jews" were also daubed on the entrance walls of the memorial to Ger- mans hanged from meat hooks >y the Nazis for the abortive 944 army coup against Hitler. PUNCHES FOR SUMMERTIME Put some punch in your sum- mer entertaining preferrably with one of Margo Oliver's flavorful recipes. Some drinks use wine for a base; others use gin or fruit. Whatever your taste, you and your guests are sure to enjoy Blender Mink Mist, Mixed Fruit Punch, Cranberry Juice Cocktail and other punches featured. IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal SAW A BUE3AV ANC" A (MAIL. SRooMVJ IIS KNOW-THAT STlUU WORUR BUGS BUNNY THANK YOU GUV'MOR! UNFORTUMATELY, I'M TWENTY-FIVE CENTS SHORT! HAVE YA COLLECTED ENOUGH SO'S YA C'N STOP THAT RACKET AN1 COME IM AN atff OF7HS.se HOPE TO MAKE IT ON j MY f. ;