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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IEIH8RIDGE HERAID Ihunday, Maidi If, YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY, MARCH 20 Your birthday today: The Sun leaves Pisces and enters Aries at PM Eastern Standard Time. In oilier years the time is different, and sometimes the date loo. Babies born today before PM EST are Pisceans, while those born at and later are Ariars. Pisceans bora this date are dreamers who sometimes make their ideas usually strong unaffect- ed pecple of calm emotional depth. Arians born on this date are highly Bath Pisceans ard Arians face a year c( extraordinary paradox and activity. ARIEI! (March 21-April It is so easy to let somebody a By JEANE DIXON iltle more powerful pick a I gently on career manoeuvres _, n... in shopping turns up exceptional quarrel. Pay no attention to gossip. T.U'IU'S (April 20-May Go it alor.e today. Do what you 'eel you must do, without no- later if you have (May 21-June Get help nilh heavy chores wlicre things must be lifted and carried, lir.c up your budget, bills due. CANCEH (July 21-July Even-body seems lo want your a great deaj of scur- rving around, and many open ears waiting for you to confide too much. LEO (July 23-Auj. The br.rgains. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Consider what your own feel- ings are leading you into doing. L1UUA (Sept. 23 Ocl. Wishful tliirJuBg characterizes the day. You may be surprised at the connections your own people have developed. Part- ners ar.d best friends have their own preoccupations. SCOIU'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Your patience with critical friends is important. Excellent progress can be made on per- sonal projects. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec The emphasis shifts now to least vcu can do today is prob-j your private life, home and pos- ably about optimum. Take it I sessions. Take a good look at vliat you have, and vhat you are doing to improve matters. CAl'IllCOKX (Dec. 22 Jan. Worn' moods beset people close to you; dwell on cheerful topics. Give money outright, if .1 really helps, but do not lend anything today. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Hard decisions are nol within reach today. Home and family concerns are favorable; financial circumstances im- prove. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Your intuition is still somewhal clouded with day-dreams, too many variables. Other people snow shorter resources than ex- pected; perhaps something due you does nol arrive today. 1970, Inc. Cancer Of BoAvel Work Promising NEW YOliK (AP) A year ago, Canadicn scientists an- nounced a discovery that could lead to a-simple blood test for cancer of the bowel early when it is most curable. Their work still shows prom- Iho American and National isc, and today Oncer Society Career Institute of Canada an- nounced an international co-op- erative effort to verify and du- plicate the research findings. Tbe project is expected to lake more than a year, with the American Cancer Society con- tributing lo it. The Canadian finding was that all human colon cancers Hospital and McGill University medical school. The Cea lest now is being sub- jected to rigid testing and veri- fication. A blood lest suitable [or mass routine use to detect bowel cancer at (he earliest pos- sible time would become availa- ble if Gold's results are corro- borated by double-blind studies-if "the lest can he done as effectively in olhcr laborator- ies as it is in his. ar.d if the tesl can be refined for large-scale application. Double-blind study means comparison of blood samples ii which the investigators do not know which he American Cancer Society. I ton. the University of Michigar Institutions involved in the pro-1 medical school, Yale Universit. ject arc McGill University med- ieal school, the University of Al- berta medical school in Edrr.on- medical school and the Univer sity of Pennsylvania school o medicine. THE DOCTOR SAYS Stomach X-Kays llclp Make Right Diagnosis 1i WAYNF G. BRANWSTADT. MJ3. Written for Newspaper Enterprise ASJB. contain identical tumor specific is. a substance arising from Uw tumor which llien circulates in Ihe blood slreani. tain antigen and which would American Cancer Society that Slates will die of car.cer of the The antigens can be delected 1970 Only ]ung cancer in a blood test. But also the an- more mcil araj only breast Ugen called CM. meaning Car-! a bjggcr cioembryonic antigen, tl i s a p- pears from the blood stream cf palients whose cancers have been treated successfully. It re- mains in the blood of patients whose cancers have spread. SEEK VF.R1FICATION These findings were made by Dr. Phil Gold and Dr. Sam Freedman of Montreal General What Is Ihe difference he- tween an acid stomach and a peptic ulcer? One doctor says I have one and another says I have the other. A-Since Ihc stomach is among It is estimated that about men ar.d women in Canada will die of cancer of the colon in 1970. The project is being co-ordi- nated by Dr. A. J. Phillips of the National Cancer Institute of Canada, assisted in the United States by Dr. Sidr.ey L, Arje of Radiologist Role Becoming Vital MONTREAL (CP) The role of the radiologist is becoming vital in delecting and identify- ing flaws in any cardiac pace- maker, a Toronto radiologist re- ports. Dr. J. R.Star.den of Toronto's Surmybrook Hospital here for a conference of the Canadian As- RCMP Guns Rendered Harmless OSAKA (CP) The nine Mounties at Canada's Expo '70 pavilion have lost some of their sling, but they will be properly turned out now that Ihe matter of their firearms has been set tied. Japan has strict laws againsi Importation of firearms, and the sodalion of Radiologists said in an interview that if something goes wrong "we can almost im mediately discover and correct the "Ar.d of viUl importance t( us is thc ability lo identify wha type of pacemaker a patient ha had installed. "This is particularly useful when a cardiac case who ma; be a stranger from another cil; is brought into the hospital wit complications. x-ray tells us within (iv minutes what kind it is ami w can get the necessary compo nents to correct the problem o replace the batteries." The pacemaker, a tiny ba tery-powered device, is implan ed in (he chest o! Ihe pallet and establishes file rate of co traction of Die heart muscle, SUFFER LUN'G DISEASE Earlier, Dr. J. S. Dunhar of the Montreal Children's Hospi- tal said two of three newborn infants referred to the hospital normally acid, the term "acid as commonly used, refers to bringing up sour slom ach contents after a meal. This may be caused by excessive noking. eating loo fast or diet- ry indiscretions. Although eptic ulcers cause an increase i the amount of acid in Ihe omach, Ihe two conditions are ot related you can have Iher one wilhout the other iomach x rays should help our doctor make the right di gnosis. How clfective Is vagotom} i the treatment of a peptic leer? Vagolomy is a cutting of the vagus neive to reduce the timuli to the acid secreting ells in the stomach, Ihereby educing Ihe irritating action of he add on the ulcer. It is oflen done to prevent Ihe recurrence if a duodenal but not a stomach tlcer. Because Uie operation does not always accomplish Ihis purpose mosl surgeons advocate combining it with removal of rart of (he stomach to reduce :he amount of the acid-secreting haracteristic of a duodenal ilcer. It was not present since lirth. Surgery is reserved for hose cases that-can't be con- rolled by medical treatment. am lading a high-poten- cy vitamin and mineral prepar- ation with lipotropie factor. is lipolropic faclor? Would ;he capsules have a bad effect on a stomach ulcer? factor is a sub- stance that has an affinity for fats and thus decreases posits of fat in the liver if any are present. Thc preparation would nol adversely affect your ulcer. ;issue. Although the eration has a combined op- much greater chance of success than vagoto- tny alone, full reliance canno! be placed on surgery to effect a permanent cure. The tensions that caused the ulcer in the first place must be conlrolltt and other factors, such as cessive smoking, must be elim inaled. son, 22, was lolj tha he has a deformed Juodena talb. What does tha. mean' Was it present since birth? I it correctable by surgery? deformed bulb i Grain Export Situation Looks Better REGKA (CP) Federal cabinet minister Olio Lang said ere Canada's grain exporting licture shows there is room for iptimism. He said expected wheal ex- of bushels in he current year will not be as great as the levels from 1963 to 1866, but much above those prior U> 1963. Barley exports should more than bushels, Mr. Lang said, the highest in 10 years, and rapesecd exports will set a record high. "There is room for optimism, but there is no room for com- said Mr. Lang, min- ister responsible for the Cana- dain Wheat Board. He lold delegates attending thc annual convention of Sas- katchewan Association of Rural Municipalities that Ihe wheat board is pursuing all possible avenues for increased sales. daily are premature and suffer from hyab'ne membrane rlis- GOREN ON BRIDGE proposal that the RCMP on cer- emonial duly at the pavilion ease. wear their usual long-barrelled I The condition is characterized ,38-calibrc revolvers gave Ibelby the development of a mern- Japancsc police a start. i brar.ous lining between the air The Japanese argument in thc Iiul6s imPairs that fair-gcers would sec PrTCC5s B33 exchange in Mounties with their side-arms I he lungs and would figure the strict law Through a well-equipped ra- had been breached. department the trouble The Mountie side of the COT. "n be driectrf qu.ckly ar.d cor- BY CHARLES H. COHEN 1611H: East-West vulnerable, Souih deals. NOIIT1! O K 10 7 S 0 A .5 9 6 WKSI A 10 OK8S3 EAST sn OQ1071 nc( acs Not only hat, explained Niag- ,he WK.Wong conference which era Kilis-born S.Sgt. James' i Curric of Ihc pavilion detail, the i _ heavy revolver on (he Mountie's belt keeps his tunic smoothly rlown ar.d prevents it from ri'i- f I ui s ing up back. When Japanese polite pro- fostd the Mounties carry i I guns, Canadian authori- LiOllllltlOll ties demurred. compromise came when Hie Motinlics sent four o! the guns to the police a Osaka pro-' lecture lo be rendered usclc.'s but still to keep Bio Cana- I'-okin? trim Tour Malaysia KUALA LUMPUR (Keillors) CALGAKY (CP) Senator i James Gladstone, the only In-! dian in the upper ho'.ise, was in j satisfactory condition in bospi-! ,lr.l Wwlr.esclay recovering from' 'an appendectomy at thc cr.fl. Senator Gladstone, f.2, under-: parly from went IKc operation after suffer- Canada's Naliorn! Defence an attack while travelling Icgc, led by i's commandant, by airplane to Lclhbridgc from Vicc-A'lrr.iral S. M. Das'is, I Ottawa, s'.srlcd a fo-.ir-day study tour, Thc senator (PC Alberta) Wednesday uilh a briefing on! was appointed in 1953 awl is a Malaysian foreign policy. The former chief of Iho Blood In- party also will he briefwl on-dian Band near in the economic plantiirig and defence; southwest seclion cf the prov- during iis visit. lice. SOUTH A A832 S? A J 6 4 Z 04 AAS The bidding; South Wesl North Kasl 1 cj Pass Paw 6') Fas; Pass Pass Opening lead: King of X When Korth gave his part- ner a jump raise by bidding three hearts, Ihe laller was convinced that there woa'.d be a good play for a slam. His hand revalued lo 20 points after hearts -were raised and North had promised at least U Holding Ihree aces and a finglelon in the other suit, South lost no fiulhcr time in probing and proceeded di- rectly to six hearts. West opened the Ving o! clubs against the slam and South von the Irick with the ace. There appeared little more to the hand than to draw trump, rufl out (he five of clubs and then rely on a ttirce-lwo division in Ihc spade suit which would as- sure Ihe declarer of losing only one trick on the deal South to go toado Uick, step further, however, and projected his plans so thai he might cope with an adverse break, should it exist. A diamond was led to 3ia ace and a small diamond was rutted in the closed hand. Dummy was entered with tha ten of hearts to trump another diamond. Tne live of clubs was ruffed with the king ol hearts and on tha diamond return South trumped with the jack ot hearts. The ace drew outstanding heart and de- clarer's stripping operation was completed. A small spade was led from Ihe closed hand when "West played the len, South followed'with Ihe four from dummy. Esst overtook his partner's Jen with the jack ard returned the queen of spades. Dummy won [lie Iricto with the king as Wesl shower! discarding a club. A spade was returned and whcfi East followed with the seven, declarer covered wllh tha eight-West again discarding a club. The jack of spades fell lo Soulh's ace on Ihe next lead. U would not have availed Hast lo let his partner hoM Ihe first round of spades ftith the ten, inasmuch a.s Weal has no spades left and on tho fnrced return of eilher a diamond or a ebb, Soulh has the opportunity lo discard a spade Irom one har.d while ho ruffs in Ihc olher. In either event, he will lose only My life has hsn aw of many hardships. THiS COOLP RUM AW i wit MPUS Larry Lewis YOU WE Wt WAV, LOWER. SUPPLY P YOU DONV FEEL BETTER. BY QUITTING TIME, I'LL LET YOU CHILLS >NO FEVEB, MV STOMACH IS UPSET, AND fM DIZZY r BKETLE BAILEY-Bj Mori Walker SO BACK U'L Al Capp SIVtRAL sttt PRESENT TOMUMW K THEFABUUOOS BURSTINGS, AS STARVING IT'LL. G1VETHEOLD ROMANCE A H1W DIMENSION J Bob Montana RANNIE.' YOU TOOK OFF ALL YOUR JEWELKY.1 WAS IT BOTHERING A CHAIN ARCHIE SAYSSHES A'BOW RAMNIE IS MAKING WVTHHEP.NEW BOWJEWEUW.' til AND LOIS-By Dik. Browni YOVRE fJEALLV TICKLED PMK, AREN'T YOU? WOTS US TO CONE CVER AM3 IN THEIR PtAVROCM WTH JBA.N A'lO MICHAEL SHOUT niBS-By Frank O'Neal 1 SHOULD MASS THAiT LAST SENTENCE EMPHATIC. BUGS BUNNY GOOWESS ewACious! WHATPOSS THAT MEAN IN PLAIH AIN'T. RJLSATIN'IN COORCHMATION WITH YEK PRONTISORPIAL FIIA-AENT ;