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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD Tuesday, July 28, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE D1XON WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 Your birthday today: Your alents now are strongly directed toward achieving ma-erial security within which o cultivate spiritual You can grow in a comfortable suffering does not always ennoble. Nearly all activities now have the potential of further income. Romantic lead into the tangled skein. Today's natives have a latent gift for prophecy, inspiration, and usually high mental and hand skills. AltlES (March 21-April Don't plunge ahead withoul agreement among al! particularly with THE DOCTOR'S mate. Unexpected help in matters you may Blood Test Best given up. TAURUS (April 20-May Of Detecting earning potential now rises. Family affairs become as you experience a fL By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, of psychic energy. Gath- Written for Newspaper Enterprises what is yours, redistribute what others need. Q What are the symp-ms of syphillis? A In men, a hard pain-ss chancre, usually on the 3nis, occurs from 10 to 90 lys after the exposure. This the primary lesion. In wom-, it usually occurs deep in e vagina and since it is pain-ss the diagnosis in the lest is still positive. My doctor says it will always be positive. Is this true? Should I have more treatment? A In most cases, prompt adequate treatment will cause the blood test to return to negative but in a few cases, the test remains positive in spite of the fact that the (May 21 June Unplanned meetings bring odd results. Sort out unwanted belongings for your favorite charity. Seek fresh application of special knowledge. CANCER (June 21 July This is a day of very good, sudden results; some appear ing to be luck, others quite ary stage is rarely is cured. If you have About six weeks after the pearance of the chancre in treated cases, there is to suspect that you have been reinfected, no further treatment is uption that may be Is it possible to get that of measles. It is ac-mpanied by painless super-ial erosions of the disease from heavy petting? A In the secondary Entry ling of the mouth and in men the vagina. This is the condary syphilis the disease may be transmitted by kissing. Q _ Could a person get Help n many victims, these and gonorrhea (CP) Opposition iges are not diagnosed same exposure? If so, Robert Stanfield said treatment is given. There same drug cure night that if Britain de- latent period of 10 to Gonorrhea often to enter the European ars during which the early symptoms of Market, Canadians ve germ lies dormant in through the same it will work for "a certain sues. After that the Prompt treatment in the organization's inifestations, which may usually cures with non-member ve the teeth, occur. 5 so varied and so likely since there is no ability to retain our own mulate other diseases for gonorrhea, how is depends to a very diagnosis may be extent on our continued din unless a blood test The diagnosis is to the markets of Britain by examining a Stanfield told a Twenty years ago I the discharge under of the Foreign Affairs Dhilis. I was treated and identifying d that I was cured but restrictions were too se- (under the Common we would be hurt accord- 4easles and forced into still closer relations with the United States." Stanfield argued for what he "something close to a In market in agricultural products." clearly the product of long I hard work. Take advantage o them. LEO (July 23 Aug. 22) The strange or farfetched the normal order of the day You can derive much inspira Uon from the symbols tha abound to show the way. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) Be ready to make a break will the past, change habits. Yoi have a great opportunity to dc yourself and others some subtle but important service. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Now things come back inti balance sharply the trick is to stop the pendulum at centre so it doesn't go too far the other way. Self-improvemen programs are favored. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Abrupt changes are promised Some may be thrust into high positions, others thrust aside Marital resources are favoret to come to a sudden break through. SAGITTAKIUS (Nov. 22 Dec Your morale is high and you are apt to march blithely into confused conditions with- out noticing the hazards. Re- flect, and be guided towarc safe and gainful action. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Somewhere in the'com- plex details of your steady work is an idea that you can make profitable use of. Quietly make a search. Get a health checkup. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Associates now bring in o t e n tial opportunity which can be best exploited by youi talents. .Make deals promptly and get into the shared enter- prise while it is still open. PISCES (Feb. During this generally fortunate day, pitch in and do the best you can. Take a good eve- ning's break with meditation or prayer. 1970, Newsday, Inc. VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia Medical As sedation says German measles has reached "epidemic proper tions" in B.C., contradicting a Free Films Practice Deceptive VANCOUVER (CP) A Van- couver company has launched a drive to end the use of "free film" in the color-photo-process- ing industry. The practice has been de- scribed as "one of the most bla- tant and deceptive ever perpe- trated on the by Bot Benson, marketing manager ol Williams Color Photo Finishing. His company formerly gave out "free" film with processed prints but now Mr. Benson says "there is no way this film has ever been, is now or ever will be free to the consumer." "In fact, if any businessman can prove he is giving away fflm free during all of 1970, I'll gladly donate to his favor- ite charity." Mr. Benson says his company ended the "free film" gimmick that was started by other com- panies in British Columbia eight years ago "because it's not only misleading but creates quality problems." He says the film price was paid by the customer anyway because it was included in the processing costs. "Certainly the practice keeps the pot boiling, but the custom- ers are getting film shoved at them without opportunity of choice. And hi many cases, the film deteriorates before it's used. "If you take 10 firms to a dealer after your holiday and are given 10 more free when the opportunity for taking pictures has passed, it just doesn't make Minor Surgery For Roberts TORONTO (CP) Premier John Robarts of Ontario an- nounced today he will be unable to attend the Canadian pre- mier's conference next week in Winnipeg because he is to enter hospital for a minor operation on his right foot. Municipal Affairs Minister Darcy McKcough will represent province at the three-day conference which begins next Monday. Mr. Robarts told a news con- ference he will enter hospital Wednesday night and expects to be back home by the weekend. recent Health statement by Federa Minister John Munfo that an epidemic does not exis in Canada. In a statement, the associa tion reported that 76 cases o rubella, 34 in pregnant .women had been confirmed betweei 'April K and July 15, compared rath an average of four case a quarter in recent years. Although testing in the pro- vincial laboratory has teen stepped up this year' by abou 70 per cent, the association said the 20-fold increase proven cases still "most cer tainly represents an epidemic.' "We cannot speak for all of Canada, but in B.C. the prob- lem has reached epidemic the association said. MASS VACCINATION The association said the in- stitution of a mass vaccination program in the one-to-12 age group was of "immediate im- portance" because of the pat- tern set in previous epidemic years with a major outbreak when school began in Septem- ber. In normal years the report said, the incidence of cases during the summer is quite low. The association commcndec Health Minister Halph Loft- mark for increasing facilities for testing pregnant women for the disease. It said the program was among the best in Canada anc "places the immunization of non-pregnant women of child- bearing age and the termina- tion of pregnancies of affected women on a scientific and ra- tional basis." Crew Members Held Back From Lifeboats OSLO (AP) Italian crew members of the ill-fated cruise ship Fulvia "had to be held back by force" to stop them storming the lifeboats ahead of .he passengers, Captain Christo- pher B. Fasting testified Mon- lay. At the first day of the mari- ime inquiry into the loss of the Tulvia, Fasting denied Italian newspaper reports that some >asscngers said the Norwegian seamen were drunk. He praised the conduct of the Norwegian officers and seamen or doing their duty. But he said some of the Italian service per- such as stewards and galley personnel, not accus- omed to the laws of the sea, lad to be held back by force rotn the lifeboats. The ship caught fire and sank iff the Canary Islands July 19. h e' 'US a crew of 271 were ill picked up by a French liner. vere (under the Common we would be hurt accordingly and forced into still closer relations with the Car States." Stanfield argued for what he called "something close to free market in products." He said that if Britain Rapped agaiiist entering the Market as a full member, (CP) Illegal would then perhaps be time of vehicles to non look again at the concept of companies and ad North Atlantic trading costs the city between He termed the question and every year multi-national corporations Richard Anthony, chie "tricky problem" and suggested that "we should try to come prosecutor. He has called for changes in agreements with other vehicle registration pro- that face the same problem which now do not re- to obtain assurances that Albertans to produce firms will follow the interests of address when register the countries in which they a vehicle. suggested the province im- a system similar to used in Manitoba and Brit- MORE Columbia where a person buying plates must produce MONTREAL (CP) registration or proof ol Mogelon, who with her in the form of a bit Alex designs colored note sale. Companies must show decorated with slang of incorporation. sions and "in" slogans for motor vehicle branch agers, says they became more accurately check ested when they saw addresses given them. being inundated with Anthony said the elic material from 'the included the loss in States. "Canadian young from parking tags and have more loss in police man-hours she said'" and to .track down those who have a much better' given false information sense than the American registering their vehicles. GOREN ON BY CHARLES H. led a small club and 1C 197.0: ByTte Chlap in the nine from dummy Beth vulnerable. West played the three. was in with the jack clubs and he returned of hearts it dummy'! South reentmd bit 0 by ruffing a heart 10 another club. West WEST low once more, arrf A 10 8 3 A some deliberation, the V 6 put in North's ten- OQ97842 to force out the ace. produced the queen of however, and on the West scored the ace V the setting trick. 0 are not inclined to the declarer for fail- The to guess the layout in North East South although East's failure 1 V Pass 1 A give his partner a heart 2 4 Pass 4 suggests that he does not Pass a quick reentry. How- Opening lead: Six of tf South could have sim- In his "eagerness to his task by preserv- himself of a free finesse North's jack of hearts. the opening gun, South, the effect on tha declarer at four spades, play if South the groundwork lor his the seven of hearts dummy at trick one. West opened his covers with the eight heart, the jaek was declarer is in with the from dummy, East After he ruffs out his with the queen and South and draws trurnp, a the trick with the ace. is led and the nine is put small diamond was led to from dummy. East is in ten and East was in with the jack and has only jack. He returned tha and hearts left. If nf spades which was taken has retained tha North's of hearts, East is South played a diamond to return that suit the ace and when giving declarer dropped the king, If he returns a club, on was careful to ruff the other hand, it eliminates diamond with dummy's guess in that suit and of spades. Trumps is assured of restrict- drawn in two rounds with his losses to two clubi queen and jack of spades one diamond. MIDDI.E-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Liidmin THE ONE THING TOOT WU. MJKE THIS ASTRONG COMMUNITY B A COMMON ENEMY............ TOO HAVE KEN SEUCTED AS THE COMMON ENEMY. WStf BLONDIE-By Chic Young HOW OLD WERE VOU WHEN YOU MAO WJR TASTE BUBS REMOVED BEETLE Mort Walker T14E MOPE I TrtrJK ABOUT rr THE MAPPER I GET.'.. I'M SONNA CALL NO RAISINS IN THE OATMEAL A6AIM U'L ABNEH-By Al Capp SURE SHE'LL BE l-v WILtlMSTOQIVEUP HER NOSE GLAHDS.'.' SHE'S NEVER HAD AMY AT THAT ORPHANAGE-1 EWERSMaLED HAVE TO OATMEAL S1GM AND V THIS DIAPERS-) RELEASES READ IT-IT V IT'S SO LOWS AN'AH IS SO EXPLAINS A ANXIOUS TO SIT THAT THOUSAN'DOLLAHS.TKIM SIGN IT KtOW-AN1 J Bob Montana DAD, BORROWJ20 ONE OF MY AGO, YOUR NARROW TIES ARE S THREW our. AROUND MY ANYTHING THAT'S HI AND Dik Browne CAN DOITEVERy TWE dCJNT STEAL A SINGLE I GUESS THIS WHV DAD HAD SUCH A HARD TWB 6MNS UP SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal YES, I'M UPflSHi: y WAR.' KIPS.' SHUT UP! NbU'RE MAKIN6 BUGS BUNNY STEP DOWN T' WIMDOW FIVE PER YER REFUND THE FIRST I HAP THIS HAT CLEANED rr" SHWUNK! LE'S HAVE A LOOK! HAVE VA TRIED STRETCHIN WHAT'S YBK 3EE5 ELMER; ;