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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg _ THE ICTHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, 19, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE SATURDAY, JUNE 20 Your birthday today: Inde- pendence of spirit is essential in the coming year. Going it alone is not quite feasible, so perhaps the philoso p h i c equivalent will suffice. The breaks are sudden and, once passed, irretrievable. Ro- mance comes and perhaps gees abruptly. Today's na- tives are more talented! than most Geminis. Their special gift is for emulation and imi- tation. AKIES (March 21-April Romantic attraction appears without warning and provides some interesting situations. Family affairs become compli- cated no matter what is hap- pening. TAURUS (April 20-May Today's experiences include some novelty, some excite- ment. Self improvement pro- grams are very productive. Make it a sort of holiday eve- ning. GEMINI (May 21-June Arrange matters of long range security. The most tempting use of ttis day is the pursuit of THE DOCTOR'S MA1LBAG Tetanus Booster Shots Last 12 to 15 Years By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspiqier Enterprises Assn. Q often should I take. tetanus shot? A Recent studies have shown that, if a person of any age has his initial three doses of tetanus and diphtheria tox- oid and a booster dose one year later, bis immunity to tetanus lasts for 12 to 15 years and that taking boosters oftener than ev- ery 10 years may cause an al- lergic reaction. Q am allergic to tetanus toxoid. What should I do if I need a tetanus booster in the future? A In an emergency teta- nus Immune globulin (human) Husbands Of Wives Fault Mental Illness TORONTO (CP) A Hamilton psychiatrist said Thursday most mental pa- tients are women who are driven there by their "emo- tionless, tough guy" hus- bands. Dr. Stuart Smith, assist- ant psychiatrist at -St.- Jo- seph's Hospital, told dele- gates at the Canadian Con- ference on Social Welfare that schools, industry and social agencies must teach men that tenderness and warotih are not signs of weakness or femininity. Young boys "should be en- couraged to baby sit without being labelled "momma's he added. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 3th St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. is an effective means of pro- tection. Tetanus antitoxin is no longer recommended. Q I nm the mother of four children. What would cause me to pass a few drops of urine whenever I laugh, cough or jump? Can this be cured? A This condition, stress in- continence, is common in wo- men who, have had several, chil- dren. It is the result of a relax- ation of the pelvic support of the bladder. In most women these supporting muscles can be strengthened by learning to contract them. They are the ones used to check the flow of urine when you have net yet emptied your bladder. You should contract these muscles 20. times before getting cut of bed in the morning and 20 more times standing by. the, bed after rising. This exercise, which can be done while lying, sitting or standing should be repeated several times during the day. If after eight weeks this has mat helped, you might consider having a small electronic stim- ulator implanted under the skin over your bladder. Surgical re- pair should be done only as a last resort. Q My doctor says I have nontrop'ical sprue. After a year of treatment my liver still isn't down to normal size. Is there any cure for this disease? A Nontropical spnie or adu3t eeliac disease is a failure of the small intestine to ab- sorb food or water. Although there is no cure, the disease can be controlled by taking a gluten-free diet. Since gluten is found in wheat, rye and bar- ley and to a lesser degree in oats, this is 'not easy, especial- ly since many prepared foods may contain flour from these grains. Corn, rice and soy flours contain no gluten, especially if their label states that they are gluten-free. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) pleasure, sentimental expres- sions, romance. CANCER (June 21-July Arguments should be avoided at least tlirough today. Use for- bearance to bridge the gap be- tween what you want and1 when it can be had. LEO (July 23 Aug. Out- line today's doings and stick with it despite temptations to switch back and forth between different activities. Simplicity is best. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Early disagreements fade as this interesting and exciting days wears on. Contacts made today evoke emotional reac- tions. Romantic attractions de- pend on new circumstances. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. The unexpected incident is normal in today's love story. Attend the problems of older people. Arrange to make your homo rKore convenient. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. You find yourself with more By Jeane Dixon. things to do than there is time. Begin promptly. Sonic earnings might well be lost in the service of basic needs. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Nothing turns out quite as planned, but with any Iqck at all, it's a happy and rewarding experience. Take the time to- night to reflect. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Today there is just enough opposition to stimulate you. Fresh encounters bring mean- ingful relations and opportuni- ties for earnings too. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Your serenity should carry you through your dealing with insecure people. Later you find happier, interesting contacts by apparent chance. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Coping with the quick tempers of other people is part of your adjust m e n t formula today. With patience, it all works out well by evening. 1970, Newsday, Inc. GOREN ON BRIDGE SY CHARLES H. GOREN te 1170; Tilt man TriHtma] 'Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A3 <7KJ52 07 AQJ39852 WEST EAST OJ42 VT6 OAQM8S53 SOUTH 4 K Q 10 8 6 S7Q10S8 OK9 'Shi bidding: North East S'traife West SO J8A SO Past Pass Pass t V Pass Pass Pass Opining lead: Deuce of 0 A detailed chain of inferen- Hal reasoning that would have 'done justice to a "Sherlock enabled East to pierce thra South's impressive facade and uncover the one line of defense to send the Jour heart contract down to defeat. West opened tie deuce o! diamonds and East put up the ace. The higMy distributional aatnre "f 'he dummy did not enhance defensive prospects. It was "dear to East that even if Sector did not have the king of clubs, ihe could readily establish North's suit by finessing West for that card, and trumps are drawn- tie dummy would have tricks to spare. In order to defeat the etmtrwt, it was necessary for East to construct hypo- ttetkil holding, and then proceed on the assumption that the desired holding actual dis- tribution. First of all, he placed the ace of hearts in his partner's hand, so that by shifting to a club. East would be in position to subsequently ob- tain a riub ruff. Secondly, it was necessary for West io also hold the ace of spades, or else the defense would ba limited to a maximum of three red aces and one ruff. Finally, provision must be made for ths possibility that declarer ha'd the king of diamonds and would obtain a spade staff from dummy if the lead were surrendered prematurely. In order to protect his partner's spade trick, therefore, East shifted to that suit at trick two instead of playing his single- ton club. South put up the king of spades and West wis in with the ace. It was now essential for the latter to provide a key measure of cooperation with East's conjectures by re- turning a club. The Hesired shift was promptly forthcom- ing, for from West's point of his partner wai extremely short in clubs, the defense was powerless develop another trick. South did his best to fool the opposition by winning the club return with the king and then leading the ten of hearts from his hand as if he were finessing for the queen. West was not taken in however, and he put up the ace of hearts and led another club East tufted for tha setting trick. Wootw Don't Miss DEMONSTRATION FRIDAY, JUNE 19 12 NOON TO 9 P.M. SATURDAY, JUNE 20 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. See Demonstration Of Latest CAMP STOVES PICNIC STOVES special e-rent! Special fstfory rcpfcscntatiTe OVENS be }tcre to deimmstnte the famous Colemin _ _ Pais" that assure 700 and your fcmily xtort ftm ft fas tost on any outing. LANTERNS JUGS COOtEflS How To Sow Money On Yowr Vocation FRIDAY ond SATURDAY, JUNE 19 and 20 Demonstration Days Jfiiemm Open Wondby and Tuesday 9 n.m. Vo 6 p.m.; Wsdnestloy 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.f Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Wheat Exports Decline WINNIPEG wheat exports in the week ended June 10 totalled bushels, a decrease of bushels from the previous week, says the Board ot Grain Com- mjissioiiers. U) its weekly report the board noted that the export volume was up bushels from the same week a year ago. Visible stocks of wheat de- creased by bushels to a total of bushels. Farmers marketings of bushels was greater than one week ago but were below tire same period in 1969 by bushels. Commercial supplies of-oats, and rapeseed decreased slight- ly while holdings of barley, rye and flax increased. Overseas exports included bushels of oats, the samo as the week previous, bushels of barley compared to the previous week, bushels of rapeseed, less than last week and small lots of rye and flax. Visible supplies of other grains with previous weeks total in brackets: Oats barley rye flax rapeseed Country elevator stocks of the six principal grains increased to bushels as re- ceipts were bushels. Receipts were bushels better than the previous week. Lakehead stocks of all grains remained constant with last week at bushels, less than for the same period last year. f fWK I'LL WRITE I ABOUT NffT'JOHAMNV'.' JOHANN.'.'JOIIAHN 5E5A5TIAN3AOI! I THAT'S WHAT I MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS THE CHANCES ARE, THAT IN OH THERE IS NOTHING UNIVERSE.THERE IS A DUPLICATE PRECiSaY7( THIS JUST ISN'T NEW UNDER THE SUN. OF WTHING ON THIS PIANET. CAUGHT UP TO THE OLD STUFF. YOU MEAN THERE IS ANOTHER YOU? Chic Young FRONT DOOR OPEN FOR ME HKSTLE Mort Walker IT JUST CONKEP OUT SUDDENLY: Mow soon CAN YOU FIX IT? LI'L, ABNER-By Al Capp DE NEW APM1M1STPATION IDEALISTS HAVE TAKEN CWER HARVARD MEDICAL GIVEYAA SCHOOL TO SHOW THE JMIWOH MOMSV-MAD BSTA6USMMEWT- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana AND THAT'S NO.. WHY YOU IT CALLED OFF ?N WAS THE WEPDING 1 WILMA WAS QUITE INTERESTED IN THE WOMEN'S LIBERATION THREW A KITCHEN SHOWtR.... FOR ME! QUITTING TEACHING TO 6ET MARRIED LARGE RESERVE Antarctica alone holds about 80 per cent of the earth's fresh water in its frozen grip. HI AND Dik Browne WILL yWMW UP AND DRINK WAT.': LOOK AT ALL THE CHOCOLATE SVRUP YOU LEFT ON THE BOTTOM, DITTO. NEXT TIME VDU MAKE A CHOCOLATE MILK BE SURE TO STIR IT LONSER SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Nea HOVJ W-l -3. KHOW JM BUGS BUNNY ;