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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THI ItTHBRIDSl HKAID Thuriitoy, July 16, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY, JULY 17 Your birthday today: Over- planning comes out poorly hi the year ahead. Your inter- ests are better served by re; maining free to move with opportunity into fresh direc- tions. Impulsive moves char- acterize your life for a year or two providing exciting improvem e n t s. Today's na- tives tend to be independent and determined to bring their own ideas into reality. ARIES (Mirch 21 April II) Keep on even keel througl THE WELL CHILD Frequent Pap Smear S-7 Is Safety Measure By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Q I am a woman, 50. My Pap smear showed No. 2 cells. What does that mean? A A Class 2 Pap smear contains cells that are atypical but are not considered to be Sweepstake Winners Get WINNIPEG (CP) A Vic- toria man and a Winnipeger held winning tickets worth 000 each in the Manitoba Cen- tennial Sweepstake Wednesday. Hugh Thorbura, 1681 Stan- hope, Victoria, and P. G. Mac- Askill, 1096 Strathcona St.. Win- nipeg, held tickets on winning horse Fanfreluche in the cen- tennial derby. Both winners will receive their tax free. Mae Pe- terson of 5th Avenue, Saska- toon, and Heather MacPherson, 1030 Leonard Road, Richmond, B.C., had tickets on the second- place horse, Top CalL Both women '.vill be getting cheques for from the Manitoba Centennial Corpora- tion. H. V. Partridge of Saltcoats, Sask., and Mrs. W. Daltvedt, of 15 Churchill Crescent, Lu- cerne, Que., will each receive for holding tickets on tted place finisher Dance to Market. Freedomite Convicted NELSON, B.C. (CP) A Freedomite Doukhobor was given a two-year suspended sen- tence here in this southeastern British Columbia community for conspiracy to possess ex- plosives. Nick Postaikoff, 65, of Thrums, B.C., who earlier pleaded guilty to the charge, was one of four men arrested when police were led to 60 sticks of dynamite under an outhouse in the Freedomite community at Agassiz, in the Fraser Valley. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 354 5th St. 5. Ph. 311-7614 Capital Furnitun EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. cancerous. Instead of waiting year for a checkup you shoult have another smear test after .three or four months. Q Since I had hyster ectomy, is it necessary for me to have a physical examination every year? A Whether your uterus was removed because of cancer o for some other reason, a check up including a Pap smear should be done at least once a year to rule out a primary can cer or a recurrence of an olc one. Q _ At what age can I taking Pap smear tests? I am past 70. A Don't ever stop. This is a small price to pay for the early detection of a uterine cancer. Q _ What Is chronic pelvic inflammatory disease? Can i become cancerous? Does it pre vent a woman from becoming pregnant? A This is an infection of the uterus, uterine tubes or ovaries. It may be a compli cation of childbirth or a vene- real disease. It is not related to cancer. In many, but not all cases it prevents conception. Q I am the mother of three children. I'm 44 and very ner- vous. Do you think I could learn to drive a car A This is not an easy de- cision to make because there are so many variables to con- sider. Because of modern con- gestion on the roads most of the fun has gone out of driving am frustrations behind the wheel are much greater than they were 10 years ago. On the other hand any mother should be pre- pared to drive her child to a hospital in an emergency tha she hopes will never arise. would suggest that you get a good instructor and'take a few lessons to see how well you do You may find it easier than, you think. If not, you can give it up and have the satisfaction that at least you tried. Q _ why do I have to blow my nose two or three times while I am eating even though I don't have a cold? And why do my eyes water? Is there any cure for this? A This sounds like an al- rhinitis. In order to find out which food is causing it have your doctor put you on a series of elimination diets. The treatment depends on the cause. LARGEST PLANT The Chicago central water fil- tration plant is the world's lar- gest treatment plant. What's New In Trailering From LP GAS ALARM Protect your family from Propane explosion or asphyxiation. Sounds a piercing audible tone if the gat concentration rises above 30% of that requir- ed to produce an explosive mixture. Open Mondoy Thru Saturday Morning RECREATION VEHICLES 400 4th AVENUE N. tETHBRIDGE routine. Use your intuition to find angles for self improve- ment. Give other people a chance to tell you things. TAURUS (April 20 May Today your energy is sufficient. Find time to speculate and if you hit on something check to see whether you might really get to it, GEMINI (May II June In relative quiet, smooth out group differences. Go over your records, insurance coverage. Some matter requires prompt correction or something essen- tial has been skipped. CANCER (June 21 July You must offer reasonable co- operation today if you want anything. Temperament will produce nothing. Seek light en- tertainment, but do not overdo food or drink. LEO (July 23 Aug. In striving-for speed you may miss details that later take all the zip put of the project, so just settle down. There are fewer interruptions and distractions at this time. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Whatever is to be done should be performed simply but com- pletely. Children and their tur- moil create interesting distrac- tions. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. A By Jeane Dixon normal but slightly variable day in which casual changes create inconvenience. Confidential pro- jects are more readily attend ed. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) There are too many prepara tlons for the future to take ctre of today, but do what you can Drastic changes are out. Ro- mantic ideas blossom this eve- ning. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. M-Dec An evenly balanced day with a little something done on several of your major interests Depend on your own intuitioi rather than advice. Emotiona expression conies easier now. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Now you have to choose between pushing personal af fairs or tending your work. I may be good if you let up a lit tie and avoid making changes AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Attend to neglected prob lems, uncompleted projects, ant wind up the week's work as completely as you can. Coun your blessings this evening. PISCES (Feb. 19 March 20) You will be better off keeping your finances confidential to- day. Social activities are prom ised, including interesting new contacts. 1970, Newsday, Inc. Venereal Disease Drive Launched NEW YORK (AP) A new campaign against veneral dis- ease, now a U.S.-wide epidemic, was announced Wednesday for New York city, a campaign hop- ing to teach people that the use of prophylactics is medically sound, "not dirty." "Let's come up front and tell Fires Banned In B.C. Area VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia forest service offi- cials announced new campfire restrictions Wednesday banning them in virtually all of the southern part of the province as the forest fire situation ad- vanced to the "critical" stage. Open fires now are prohibited in an area extending west of the Rockies between Jasper and Mackenzie' to a line through Takla Bake, Smithers and Bella Coola. With previous closures in the Kamloops and Vancouver for- est districts, this left only the southeast corner of the province and the west coast of Vancouv- er Island free of campfire re- strictions. Meantime, firefighters map- ped new plans to battle the major fire burning east of Pen- ticton, which spurted to the northeast early Wednesday amid high winds. it like it ought to be sal< Dr. Vernal G. Cave of the New York city health department. The summer campaign, Cave said at a news conference, is an endeavor "to bring the subjecf of veneral disease prevention boldly into the open. The educational effort was an- nounced by the New York Alii ance for the Eradication of Ve- neral Disease, a private group the New York State Pharmaceu tical Society and the health de- partment. Public health officials have reported a surge in the number of cases of gonorrhea across the United States, along with more recent increase in cases o: syphilis. "The latest Cave said, "show us that veneral dis- ease is graduating from an epi- demic to plague status. "Sixty-five of the nation's largest cities are in the throes of a veneral disease epidemic." New Magistrate For North Area EDMONTON (CP) Gordon Russell Hennie, a lawyer from the central Alberta town of Wfistlock, has been appointed a provincial magistrate, the cab- inet announced here. Mr. Rennie, whose appoint- ment is effective Sept. 1, will cover a northern Alberta cir- cuit including Athabasca, Red- water and Smoky Lake. GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES H. GOREN lin i n ekkMi TiMttl Both vulnerable. West deals. NORTH A Void