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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE y, Moieh 31, 1970 THE IHHBR1DGE HERALD 13 WEDNESDAY, APRIL I Your birthday today: A year begins of exceptional opportunity plus the tempta- tion to spread yourself thinly over too many diverse occu- pations. Concentrate oo pro- jects which bring you into contact more people, more openings for your tal- ent of selling and persuasion. ARIES (March Zl April THE WELL CHILD Frequent Urination Is Natural With Aging Hi WAYNF G. BRANDSTADT, Written for Newspaper Enterprise Assa, the Today you walk on eggs, to to speak; keep business and per- sonal relations strictly sepa- rated, maintain the utmost courtesy. TAUHUS (April 20 May TTie people who are most help- u! wish to remain behind the scenes, quiet or even anony- mous. GEMINI (May JS Jnct You are likely to firxl out dis- maying truths how some people feel toward you. There is nothing to do but contain your feelings; prepare to re- build. CANCER (June 21 July Everybody seems to have his By Jeaue Dixon Listen to advice; there Is much to learn. When you've considered everything, you may till find another course to fol- ow. AQUARIUS (Jan. M Feb. Your own schemes and irojects get sidetacked by the amily and neighborhood situa- ion. Don't be discouraged since much can be salvaged from the conflict. PISCES (Fell. 19 March Avoid getting mixed into mat- ters that must be kept secret. ITiere art too many factors that you know nothing about Expect considerable delay aad disor- der of routines. KAZBEK rtt} AFTER iJcNTAROttO JJJT iWT Tl i W CAMPUS CLATTER-By Urrjr LtwU Q _ In the last 10 years I ve had lo get up from two to ven times a night to urinate, hat could cause this? A This may be a natural of aging, espe-ally in a person who is Ugh rung. Such other causes as abeles, bladder disease and n enlarged prostate usually a use an increased frequency of rinalion during Hie day as well s the night. Q My doctor says my hi ad-er doesn't empty completely, (hat could cause this? A This may be caused bj n obstruction or a disease o: K nervous system. The ob-truction may be a stricture o ie urethra due to trauma or in infection, an enlarged >roslate or a tumor of the blad er near its outlet. In any case (borough examination shoali made by a urologist to deter mine the cause. Q prostate trout! >e caused by emotional upsets A No. Q I had my prostate rt-moved in 19C1. In the past six months I hava had difficulty i urinating. Could my prostal enlargement have come back o couW it be wnen, a pan 01 irostate is removed through the :efhra instead of through the ladder, the benign enlarge-icht may return. In spite o this possibility this is the oper-tion of choice (or most persons ilh a prostalic enlargement. Only your doctor may say vhether the present enlarge-icnt is cancerous. Q In 1966 1 had an opera-ion for caiicer of the pros-ate. 1 am taking Stilbsstrol and my doctor says I must take it or the rest of my life. How mil his drug he'p me? What are ts side effec-s? A This hormone suppresses the growth of prostatic cancers and helps to prevent recurrence. The chief side effect is enlargement and-or soreness of the breasts. This can usually be controlled by adjusting the iaca aooui wnai snoura DC done. Go directly to the mos Important contacts you have with your own schemes. LEO (July 23 Aug. Your wisest course today is lo be co-operative since problems that arise are quite real ar.i complicated by emotional factors. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Whatever your regular work, expect delays and obstacles. You can get on well with authorities, responsible people, just jy being your own conscientious self and putting forth a sincere effort. LlIillA (Sept. 23 Oct. Work with what you already have, postpone spending wherever possible. Partnership and family finances require special care. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Prove yourself lolerant and prudent. Comments won't run into quarrels where you sec irritation in its true perspective. Your energy is better directed onto outside interests for the moment. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Your work offers a chal lenge; see what and bow much you can get finished. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Cane JjiiiiQ Tested KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) -A cane equipped with laser beams is being tested at Western Michigan University as a sort of artificial eye for the blind. It lets a person know when there's a step 12 feet ahead, whether he is about to walk into a low-hanging branch or if he's on a collision course with another pedestrian. The experiments began about six months ago. Stanley Suterko, assistant for cancer of the pros-late? Can it be used on an in-operab'.e prostatic cancer? A The success of freeztaf or cryosurgery would depenc on such factors ns the see o! the tumor and whether it hai spread beyond the prostate. I could not be used to treat an inoperable for Blind Rehabih'Ution, said here: "We don't want to raise too many false hopes for blind people. We don't know how helpful it may ho." The cane was developed by J. Malvern Benjamin of Bionic Instruments, Inc., in Philadelphia. It usas three laser beams, bouncing light off obstacles. U.S. Mea from in two years. Tho skyrocketing costs oi health care can cripple the sick with crushing hills. The most vulnerable are the young, the penniless, the working poor, and the family stricken by stark ca- tastrope. Each new dollar fci health costs adds to a growing drive in Congress for a government-run national insurance system that U'L ABNEH-By Al Ctpp would make hospital end doc- tors' care free to all Americans, chairman of the Senate icalth subcommittee, tMnk pas- sage could come as soon as or 1973. fte outlook is clouded, how- ever, by the fact tho program would add new taxes, perhaps as much as more a year for each working family. Supporters contend a govern- ment-controlled program would hold down hospital expenses and otfset the tax question. Critics are skeptical. The start of the price spiral can he traced to the 1966 birth oi Medicare, which has paM hospitals their actual costs- whatever they may elderly patienis who fill one- third of all beds. Including such cither pro- grams as Medicaid for the poor, ar.d veterajs' benefits, the fed- eral, state and local govern? menls now pay five per cent of the total bofpital bill. Two- thirds of the rest is paid by pri- vate insurance. As a result, many patients view hospital care as a pre-paid guaranteed by the government or purchased in advance on Ilic instalment plan through insurance. AH e TH'GOVAMINTBUT ME NKITHER.'! AHISQDIM'TQ ATLMTWYPRESBJT TOMVLI'LLAMB-CHOP- I MEAN rvW U'L LAMB IS CUTE ENOUGH TO Bob Montana GOREN ON BRIDGE .void the loss ipadt M well. 87 CHARLES B. COHEN 10 lini tl TM Ct'uM Trltanl Neither vulnerable. North deals. Nonm A AQS7 OK7E5 WEST EAST A 110 51 57QJ2 CQ9S4 453 o A Jin r 8JU SOUTH Kiel Rebellion Action Sought EDMONTON (CP) A let- ter from city alderman Dave Ward to Queen Elizabeth, ask- ing her to intercede in restoring the Uiel Ilebcllion loaders as good Canadians, has been re- ferred lo Prime Minister Tru- dcau. Aid. Ward said he received a letter from the prime minis- ter's office saying his appeal had been referred from the gov- ernor general's office, lo which it had presumably been re- ferred by Buckingham Palace, on the grounds of lack of juris- said I hat Aid. diction. The letter Ward's appeal consideration." at one time in late J968 there were of certifi- cates urdelivered. During glory days of the roaring sixties, when stock rose like kites nnd everyone made money, some brokers and mu- tual fund managers were ido'.- ired. Now some of their activi- ties are being investigated. As fortunes changed on Wall Street, the business of small investors was blan-.cd for being a drain on finances. His efforls lo buy stock were thwarted by unco-operative brokers. He turned away. Now, however, thai silualion also may have taken a subtle turn, some high-ranking se- curities officials are concerned that maybe the small investor will slay away of his own ac- cord. Present congressional think- ing tends toward the creation of an insurance program to protect investors when broke i -age houses fail. It would be similar "will receive to federal insurance against bank failures, 1 0 i A SV flit Garth 1 A 4 Nf Pail Pass Pass O.I AKQ3 The bidding: Eut tass Pass Pass Pass PISI Opening Jead: Queen tl 9 Today's six spada contract appeared to be a laydown to South, the declarer. In his haste to settle the and get on (o tli 9 rut hand, however, he booted away hij chances almost before hU campaign was launched. Vial opened tfia quwn of {icarls and declarer's won tha trick, The cashing of 12 tricks appeared to be a roulira chore, for South planned to draw irurap, ruff 8 heart in dummy, end even- tually concede ono diamond trick, Tha o( snides was fashed it trick two, but when East showed cut, tis hind was lost. In addition fo the diamond trick, declarer fount that there was 19 ffsy (a Allho the four-lew division n trumps was sdmtUsdly unfortunate. South could hava irolrctcd himself against tha 'rtak of nature, provided that was the one with tha missing Tho safety play with nine Irumps is to jlay a high card first from !he hand with the single honor. By cashing the king of spades initially, South is in position to finesse against fha jack acd ten subsequently after East shows out. Tho only complication that crises Is that declarer can no longer ruff out his losing heart, Inasmuch 83 North'i spades are required to draw trump. South must, therefore, orrange to utilize Ui9 small spades In his own hand. In other words, tha answer lies In a dummy reversal. After the king o! teveals tha had de- clarer switches to hij single- ton diamond. Dummy1! king is put up, losing to the ece. If a heart Is relumed, North'i sco wins tha (rick and a diamond Is ruffed. in tha closed hand, A spade ll led end when West splits his honors by playing the ten, North covers with the queen. Another diamond ruff enables South to regain the lead to play his remaining trump, Vest follows wilh lha ifvo end North's nine wini tho trick. Tha of spadej pulls West's Jaclt and South scores the !asi fcsr tricks with high clubs. In alt, declarer takes four clubs, tuo hearU, four spades, end two lulli ID bis tffB hand. I HEARD VOO MISSED VDU WERE THE MOST "S. THE P.T.A. MEETING LAST MONTH NEARLV HAtFTVS. PARENTS WALKED CUT THE DURING MVTM.K HAD THE ENTIRE HI AND LOlS-By BUt Browne THATSNOT THE IMPORTANT THiHSlS WHO FINISHES THE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal iHE SECRETARY'Of KW KROBT5 fOK VW, KINS HAS RW.SHED BUGS BUNNY I GOT A NICE BOAT WITH AN OLJTBOARP MOTOR PER THREE BUCKS AN HOUR! IT'S CHEAPER..TOO. s. YA TOUT CLUCK I ;