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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 IKE UIHE-RIDOE MSRAID Thuaday, Morch 36, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY, MARCH r, Your birthday todav: In the midst of a generally peaceful year of constructive development, sudden changes are likely which re- quire readjustments beyond what you now contemplate. Thus an opportunity for growth boyoixl your plans and quota is promised. With- out a definite program, the incident lends merely to create temporary up lo you w.iat the situation is when the time comes. ARIKS (March 21 April In the pursuit of progress you neglect personal relations, you risk more than just the amtni ties of the passing moment. TAUHUS (April 20 May 20) Petitions, favors asked from important people run into den- ial or sidetracking. Work pat terns arc disturbed withou warning. GEMINI (May 21 June 20) Relationships a r e suddenly quite brittle. People reac against being taken lor granl ed, even worse to flippancy o a casual wisecrack. CANCER (June 21 July 22) It is a bit difficult to stay o the job with all the dislrac tions of your home life tuggir, at you. Strike a rcasonahl balance to attend to bo! phases of your life; don't wast your time on either side. LEO (July 11 Aug. 22 Where relationships are slron and deep, the tides of the da provoke some lively excit ment: where they are the connection mav lapse. VIRGO (Aug. n- Sept. 22 Care in keeping detail1; and i formation very simple and reel may help avert misu derstandings, sudden versals. LIBHA (Sept. Z! Oct. 22 Close associates continue to li to set conditions on your gro' effort. Traffic and travel general run into delays and c versions. You find more loo, ends than can be handled the moment; make a remind list. SCORPIO (Oct. ?-1 Nov. Aside from confusion in your view of your finances and con- trary moods among people of Importance to your work, changes made today clear the grounds for healthy rebuilding later. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 Dec Discipline your own im- pulsiveness. In this way you can he ahead of all those around you who keep chang- ing their minds about what they want and how they want it done. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 Jan. Decisions arrived at to- day must be rethought invest no more in them than the pressures of the moment environmental conditions begins now. There will AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Take nothing for r.ew people, many of them from quite different cultural iroeecd with full who offer much Mechanical and emotional stimu- schedules are subject to Collaboration takes on a poignant meaning in PISCES (Feb. lite. eas and sudden insights (March 21-April the faults of previous seeking urges are ments are profuse today than ever. Tend 1970, Newsday, weekend chores early, get out of the way so you are SATURDAY, .MARCH to enjoy the spirit of Your birthday today: A riod of adjustment toward (April 20-May THE DOCTOR'S i I It's Important To Cause Of Bloody 1- WAVNF G. RRAMISTADT. Written lor Newspaper Enterprise- Q I am a girl, 18. For any cure for this? Does it about two years there has only in older persons? ilcod in my stools from This type of pain may to time. could cause at any age when it is due A Bright red blood in an allergy to the material ui stool comes from near the shoes or socks. It may also let of Ihe bowel and is a nerve injury, heait at caused by piles, a rectal hardening of the art sure or fistula or passing Raynaud's disease. lard, dry stool of large use of alcohol or lobac XT. O'.her causes include vitamin B deficiency, frcsl cerative colitis, amebic or an operation on the feet :ion and cancer of the most victims, however, th [t is important to discover is unknown. cause and treat it because get relief from mas the very least your are in with or without a prep ger of developing a form such as Dei-massage secondary the pain is severe and pet Q Is surgery the the affected nerve ca cure lor Weeding cut but this carries the ris Could the bleeding cause me vou might burn or freez feel weak and dizjy? your feet without knomng A Surgical removal is the onlv satisfactory treatment. I'i.-, the' bleeding is profuse it cause tbe symptoms 1 My_ brother, n, has sev- 1 ere pains in his head. His doc- tor1 says lie has Paget's dis- ease. What causes it and what is the best treatment? A The cause of this dis- ease (osteitis deformans) is un- known. It may a [feet the bones of the legs or the skull. ViTien the skull is affected, some vic- tims complain of head ache. They also have to wear a larger hat size. The disease progresses slowly but it is not fatal. Although there is no cure, a diet rich in calcium is help- ful. Aspirin and sodium fluor- ide are old standhys and a re- cent study reports good results from Ihe use of rm'lhramycin. Q What could cause my feet to burn at night? Is there Named By Jcaue Dixou Check expenses, finish your shopping so that you can tiove and sec what has devel- oped since you last had a good chance lo look around. UE.Y11M (May 21-Juoe Social activity runs to a peak, but this time with emphasis on togetherness, reconciliation. CANCER (June 21-July Make up for recent inconven- iences by doing and sharing something special with your loved ones. Sentimental feelings rise and flourish. LEO (July 2J-Ang. Do not expect to get much work one; instead take an unofficial doing minimum week- nd routines. VIRGO (Aog. 2J-Sfpt. luinance is favored more trongly todav than other fac- ors. I jve and let live should be our motto. Where others let I enough alone, do likewise. LIBRA (Stpt. 23 Oct. lental pursuits, planning tend p focus on revisions, applica- ions of recent experience, lake amends, apologies where iiey are due, or where they may help smooth the way to- vard belter working relation- hips. SCORPIO (Oct. 'inancial affairs suddenly ook optimistic. Settle outstand- ing differences, odds and ends of accounts. SAC.1TTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Exerf yourself to slick with your regualr weekend routines. Ret more than a fair share of them done before you spend time on your favorite pastimes and hobbies. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Generally improved rela- exit all around today, depending on how fluent and flexible you have been lately. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. New friends, novel silua- tions attract your attention, With any luck yen are free lo explore some fresh experiences with them. PISCES (Feb. 19-March You who work today can devel- op some fine, delicately bal- anced results; most Pisceans are apt to loaf now, with nothing of value to show for i i later. THOSE HDD CAX KSST KXc CEAL WDSK OK fl 7 TELL C.AMi'lA Larry Lewii By Chic Ywm( GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREK le im: n n> CUM TIMMI East-West vulnerable. deals. NORTH EAST 4Q1QSS 0 53! WEST A J 7 (7KWS7SJ OJS5 OQS7 SOUTH C> AJ 0 A K It t A 101 Tha bidding: Sntii B'est Ntrttt Cut 10 1 Pm Dble. Pass 3 INT Pass.. Pasi Opening lead: Seven of V South did not take proper precautions to protect his ova hand from attack and once the defender! regained tha initiative, the? unleashed s deadly swa-ilt to sink declarer's three no trump contract. West opened (be sevtn o( hearts and South -won the trick with Ibe Jack. The ace- of clubs was cashed; bow- ever, when West showed out discarding a heart, a compli- cation arose lor declarer. East revealed to have a club ilopper and allho Bins tricks were still In reach- two two .diamonds and five founc that he could not run North' without first letting Eas to. The ten of clubs was lee" and passed around to th Jack, as West disposed of an- other hsart. Inasmuch M hi! partm appeared lo have- no (urine Interest in developing hU own nit, East decided to loo elsewhere [or tricks. Spades appeared lo oCfer the oesl rospect, end la order to mother dummy's nine, Eas< switched to the ten of tptdes, South followed with the deuca and West signaled encourage- ment with Ihe seven. East continued with ueen of spado which held declarer played the threo nd West the sue. A third spade enibled West to SCOTS both the jack and lad tend South down to defeat.. Declarer was admittedly, he victim of tmfavorabls iistribution and an alert defense, nevertheless ha could have asnired Bis eon-; rart at the outset by merely, anticipating the potential pit-; 'alls and then taking appro-, le measures for sell-pro- tection. The oaly holding he tears IV [our clubs to the jack in East's hand which may enable the latter lo gain access for a play thru Smith's spade- holding. In order to prevent this prospect from ever bearing fruit, declarer must his first club play from dummy. At trick one, Sodlh should put up North's queen of hearts in the expectation that ths overcaller, West, has led away from the iing. When the queen holds, a club b led next and the ten is played from the closed hand. 11 West haj the jack, he is wekomn to It, for declarer is now assured of nine tricks. With hij left hand opponent on his spade holding is safe from any direct attack When West shows oat oft the first round of clubs, tha wisdom of South's safety play becomes apparent, for he Is tow In position to run 19 [rlcij without surrenderloz the lead, OTTAWA (CP) Two new assistant deputy ministers have appointed in Ihe regional expansion department. Regional expansion minister Jean Marchand announced Tuesday that J. C. Morrison will become assistant deputy minister for the East, and v.iU be responsible to the deputy minister for the department's programs in Hie four Atlantic provinces. E. C. Aquilina will be assist- ant deputy minister for the West, responsible for programs in the four Western provinces. Mr. Aquilina's appoinlmcnt is effective April 1 ar.d Mr. Morri- son's May I. Mr. Morrison, 52, now is as sistanl deputy minister (opera tions) in the department ol manpower and immigration. Mr. Aquilina, 33, held posi tions with the public service commission, treasury board, the office of the prime minister the privy coar.cil office belon joining the department of re gional expansion in September 1068. GETTING UP A LTTTL-E GAME IN LARPV'S GARAGS BKETLE BASLEY-By Mort Walier SAME I Committed For Trial VALLEYVIEW residents of the Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve were commit- :ed to stand trial for criminal negligence in the death of two children. Kalherine Papastasis and Raymond and Katherine Moses were charged last December when two infant girls were found dead in separate cabins on the reserve. Mrs. Papastasis' IC-month-old daugther Janet and the other child, Brenda Moses, were found to have died from expo- sure and malnutrition. The three accused will slant trial in Grande Prairie but no date was set. Valleyview is ahout 175 miles i northwest of Edmonton. I ABNER-By Al Capp Low-Cost Government Meals Leave Bad Taste LITTLE WATERMELON -1 MEAN LITTLE. WATERLILVA COUK1TW LIKE. I CAN'T G WE TH IS OOUMTT-cV TO NWU'LZEPPEUN -I MSAM fW LlrLZEPHVR-JN THIS CONDITION NATURALLV.'.' I'LL PESIGM SOME CUTE, COLORFUL PEAS AMT COSITJ V.ES BOKCES FCKTHE LEATHEP IT VJOULD NAUSEATE, Bob Montana OTTAWA (CP) government mcaLs Low-cost. arc listed as 45 cents for break- have ob- viously left a bail taste in the mo'.ilh of Auditor-General Max- well Henderson. In his annual report on the ir- regularities and injustices within the federal government released Tuesday he pays par- ticular attention to the subsidi- zation of meals in government institutions. The report says his staff ex- amined IJi armed forces messes and found that servicemen were paying S16 a month for their meals and officers In contrast, Ihe cosl of food anil the cost of its preparation the salaries of those preparing per man each month. Mr. Henderson notes that when the armed forces pay structure was revised in 13fG salaries were adjusted on Ihe basis that subsidization inherent in the old pay structure would be removed. The report also criticized meal prices at national health department and veterans affairs hospitals. The health department's cur- fast, 75 cents for dinner, anil 50 cents for a light meal. The piices are scheduled to rise by five cents for breakfast and 10 cenls for meals hy July. Meal costs are even lower for employees and guests at vet- erans affairs are -15 a price sched- ule set in 1052. The cost of producing an av- erage meal was the report said. Peacock Carries Tory Banner CALGARY (CP) liusiness- man Fred Peacock was nomi- nated by acclamation to con- test Calgary Currie constitu- ency for the Progressive Con- servative party in the nest pro- vincial general election. Mr. Peacock is a former president of tlw Calgary Cham- Ixr of Commerce. MY INCOME IS 1___ BUDGETED.'... 4-07. GOES FOR FOOD, 3O7. FOR SHELTER.... TOR CLOTHING, AND 2O 7, FOR ENTERTAINMENT MISCELLANEOUS.' nik (IRK.yr MAGNIFICATION Today's electron microscope capable of magnification of I rent meal prices for employees! up lo limes. BUGS BUNNY TH' BULB IS Flt-LEP WITH KOOT BEER! HIVA CICERO! I BFT YA'D LIKE T' HAVE ME SMELL. VER FLOWER HUH? IT'S 60T A TUBE .TO A BULB IN VEK POCKET! YA SQUEEZE Til' BULB IT RIGHT! .EXCSrT FOR one THINGJ IKK CAN'T EXPRESS FEELMGS TCMW0 LEFTOVER SQUASH. PONT HIT The SRCOH.IPVOUPO'W SHORT RHIS-Dy Frank O'Neal ;