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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDSI HERALD Friday, May 1, 1WO- THE DOCTOR'S MAIL-BAG Protruding Spinal Disk Cause Of Sciatica Pain Ey WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON MAY 2 Q I have such pains In my hip and going down my leg 1 can hardly walk. Indocin doesn't help and exercise makes it worse. What do you advise? A You probably have sciatica, in which case the pain is caused by a protrusion of for 17-ketosteroids in the urine. In men, the normal level is 10 to 24 milligrams. This level gradually decreases after ago 50. In women the normal level is 6 to 14 milligrams. There is always some of both tha male and female hormones ia birthday today: The year ahead challenges your i n 1 1 i a live. EVjerything depends on how you get started and keep going on first one project then another. Your influence in your field of work develops according to the nature of specialization yot disk between two vertebrae at the lower end of your spine. If heat and rest don't relieve and women. Most large hospital laboratories make these tests. If Definite choices must be made early, and pursued pain, injection of the ruptured disk with hydrocortisone should help. Some surgeons prefer is causing a problem, it can be corrected hy giving the male or female ARIES (March 21 April Give thought this morning to what you csn achieve with th< remove the protruded portion the disk or dissolve it with Is it possible for a digestive enzyme. Q How does saltpeter to determine her ovulation time within a few hours of Banned fect tile male sex A Potassium nitrate or is now U.S. Area peter has been used to occur 10 (not 14) days sexual desire in the past but has been found to be ineffective for this purpose. Q Will any medical test reveal the presence or absence of male and female onset of a menstrual period. It is associated with a drop in body temperature. Some women feel a twinge of pain in the lower abdomen at the time of rupture of the egg follicle Mich. (CP) -Michigan Gov. William Milli-ken yesterday banned all commercial pickerel fishing in the Michigan area of Lake Erie. In case of an imbalance, can it be is not a reliable sign. Q I have been taking also announced commercial catches of all varieties of A The estrogen level is twice a week to will be screened for mer- dicated by a test for estroil in my legs. Since contamination. the urine. The 24 hour excretion varies from 10 to 55 this my colds are very mild. Could the quinine do pickerel fishing was scheduled to start Friday. grams in a menstruating Although this drug Milliken said he woulc man. It is much lower in a used to treat colds in "shortly" if sport opausal woman and only 0.8 it has no preventive for pickerel, slated to crogram in men. The action except May 15, will be banned level is indicated by a not in the lake. Health Services Of All Ontario TORONTO (CP) the patient and Prof. Horace services are a right of all his and the of the University of tario residents and must said there should be a Ontario, London. available regardless of said the man who does the r e p o r t 's recommenda- tion, income or other social job should not have a included: cumstances. The Ontario in setting government should de- ernment must guarantee said the whether drug and phar- ards of quality and .-ie should be a services should be in- profession must get in tune sort of health in publicly-financed the investigate and insurance. These messages between patient examinations through clearly in the and between one be abolished for immi- legislature here when the medical profession from countries where possibly was the most standards meet Cana- hensive report on health FOR requirements. ices in the history of of 3% years' Disciplinary boards of medi- was report made 351 other colleges should include I n down-to-earth on tlw lay members to ensure puffing no punches, a practice of every public representation. "committeeonthe occupation which programs for arts" noted that when a health of Ontarians. While healing arts should be is ill, the first one he turns to only with Ontario, its under the jurisdiction of his family but there are education authorities. not enough family doctors. committee noted that committee made committee was is a decline in the number tions it thought would Chairman Ian R. TJowie, doctors entering general more medical students to Prof. M. 0. and recommended of Queen's of educational pro- to make personal or family practice a specialist cate- Canadian with appropriate recognition and financial incentives. It also suggested that the "de- of a higher grade worker such as a nurse Salesmen post-graduate training to assist the general or family physician in many of the routine tasks would be desirable." OTTAWA (CP) agriculture medical fees: for the Canadian board the advent of publicly- other nations are "not to the health insurance, the business the way it should witness, W. C. believes that no done" and, as a result, Canadian sales are suffering, Ross Whicher (L Bruce) told commissioner of the wheat board, Mr. Whicber can professional fees be established unilaterally. There must be a continuing liaison be- interested in the doing business. I to ensure that fees for Strike last year if you had the best possible salesmen money services are equitable to the practitioners and to and you said public." ___ TY CcUVCllt-tl "If we've got the beet, why in God's name do the Americans sel1 babels and we got rid of only bushels? TORONTO (CP) re- "In your report you say that serve strike fund of the United last year you visited the United Steelworkers of America in the Arab Republic and a sale was United States has been greatly completed the other day to weakened by massive' Canadian Cairo." deductions and Canadian work- Mr. Whicher noted that prior ers must start paying own to negotiations with the U.A.R., way, says William Mahpney, the board had not consulted the Canadian director of the union. U.A.R. ambassador to Canada, Canadian members drew Mohamed Choucri. more from the strike BEGGED A BUY fund in 1968 and 1969 than they "The ambassador should be paid into it, Mr. Mahoney said he begged to buy in the current issue of Steel our wheat but you haven't seen Labor, the union's publication, him. We've got to get off our A financial accounting of the ass and sell. To me it's sicken- fund shows that since its incep- ing when the U.A.R. has to bag tion in 1968 Canadians paid us for wheat. into it and drew out "You said you have visited 56 weekend. Take the time and trouble to explain any point which baffles or annoys your mate. TAURUS (April aMtfay Interruptions and distractions are normal for you working conditions. Accept them in good spirit; try not to break your pace. A long steady day of de- termined effort will produce many desired results. GEMINI (May 21-June New contacts today can lead to whole circles of good friends later. Stay informed for change and movement. CANCER (June 21-July Family affairs interfere with career matters if you let them. With a little finesse much prog- ress may be achieved in both. Confidential deals carry strong potentials for later develop- ment. LEO (July 23-Aug. Your personal state of affairs and status improve. Friends turn out to be surprisingly helpful. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. The choices you make about money matters are hard to de- cide. You take too long on fine details so that you end up with too little time for broad policy choices. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. ,j You encounter just enough re- sistance to encourage you to check your facts and make a strong presentation. Unusual contacts produce interesting re- sults, potential openings. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Unsettled conditions require you to be constantly on the alert. There are changes to no- tice and work around. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dee, Today has an abrupt qual- ity requiring definite action or complete silence. Creative pro- jects take a great deal of at- tention, and merit more. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Put your main energy into activities of real importance to you. Your work has many fas- cinating features, and all too many distractions. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Bright new ideas occur in the midst of routines well-done. Travel is rather disappointing. Fresh and interesting facets of relationship experience offer much food for thought. PISCES (Feb. IWVIarch Unexpected opportunity is at hand, briefly, for those alert and ready to react. Family si- tuations change suddenly, prob- ably for the better in the long Student Driver Reaches End Of The Road LONDON (Reuters) It probably is the end of the road for Britain's most persis- tent student driver, 62-year- old Miriam Hargrave She failed her driving test yesterday for the time and said: "This was probably my last try. I cannot afford any more Sirs. Hargrave, listed in the Gunness Book of Records as champion of .Britain for driv- ing test failures, has spent more than on les- sons since she started in 1961. 'I was so confident tbu she said. IffHAWSAUTUE TOUSLE urm THE fWKwwER, CAMPUS CLATTEB-By Larry Lewis Chic Young k DAfiWMO, I NEED r FOR A NEW DRESS THANK YOU, EVERETT.1 WHO IS THIS I SUV EVERETT? BEETLE Mort Walker GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. COREN 1C ICTi Tit CMcm Tribml Both vulnerable. East deab. NORTH countries in order to negotiate Most of the strike fund assist- sales but there were 74 coun- ance was paid out in tries you did not visit. Under year of big strikes in iron ore, what possible excuse were there basic steel industries and at the no representatives of the wheat International Nickel Co. of Can- board at 74 countries you sold to ada Ltd. the year The strike fund is made up of Mr. McNamara said he is sat- payments representing one-third istied with the work done by of monthly union dues in excess sales representatives, of a month. Dues are based "I'd like to suggest, Mr. on two hours' pay a month, with Whicher, that you should come minimum and a ceiling. The report in Steel Labor said the large subsidy from U.S. members enabled Canadian members to make massive breakthroughs on the wage front in 1969 but left the re- serves of the members in the United States weakened at out with our representatives. "There's been a very marked improvement in grain and the demand for grain in the past six a very sustained movement." The fact that grain is moving off the farms means farmers won't take illicit measures such time when more than of us inter-provincial selling or them face bargaining with the bootlegging grain without wheat U.S. basic steel and non-ferrous metal industries. )oard sanction, he said. The board chief pinpointed The strike fund is expected to weather damage to root crops be a major issue at the Steel- workers' national policy confer- ence in Edmonton in Europe as one of the reasons ;or increased movement in grain. OKJS84 J4JZ WEST EAST PQ106JZ O1072 OAQ9S SOUTH S7JS 01 4AKQ1I bidding: East South West North Pass Past INT Pus 34, Fuss Pail Opening lead: Three of The loser on loser play is most frequently employed by the declarer a means of disrupting the line of communications. It nay aim be used in the develop- ment of t side suit when declarer runs ffie risk of a possible overrulf by a defend- er. Today's five club con- tract played hy South pro- vides a good case in point, West opened the three of hearts and the aco was played from dummy. The closed hand was entered by leading a small club to the queen and South played a diamond. West followed with the deuce, the jack was played from dummy which, lost to East's queen, East cashed the king of hearts and exited with the seven of clubs South coveting with the nine and West discarded a heart. The ace and king of spades we cashed and a third round was ruffed with dummy's jack of clubs. When be did not divide evenly, South drew the remaining trumps, con- ceded the setting trick to West's queen of spades and then claimed the rest with a good trump and the estab- lished ten of spades.. Declarer had overlooked a fairly simple play that would, have improved his chances Immeasurably. Inasmuch as the odds do not favor in even division in spades, it suggested that South arrange to transfer one of his ruffs to the heart suit by menu of a loser on loser play. After the ace ot nd, queen of clubs win the tint two tricks, declarer should defer any turtber tmmp leads until he bti developed the spade nit The ace and king of are cubed next and, when East's jack of spades appears, South should proceed with care. When the third round ef spades is' led, instead of ruffing in dummy, ft is suggested that declarer dis- card dummy's seven of hearts. This permits South to ruff the next spade with the jack of clubs thereby assuo ing establishment of the spade suit without risking an overruff by East, South has to ruff out a heart before he draws trump however this it much safer than trying la ruff two spades. OTTO iSNT IM5EK- 9TANP U'L Al Capp THIM'J THE Ll'L DETAILS WHICH WAKK (TIN-CORN. VEEKI-VUMT Bob YOU WERE SURROUNDED BY.THEVqUNSER 6ENERADON m AND LOIS-By Dik Brmnu X3U SURE CO A LOT OF FRACTIONS, CHIP RE4U.V WW TO SET SWBVHSRE IT TAKES IOANSEE 'CHIP FLASSTON WWS THE tup HASBTON VfoNSTHEUS.CPBJ." I CAN SEE BETTER THAN "CHIP RAQSTON DRV-CLEANIN6 FRANCHISE'-. "CHIP FLABSKN KAV.BUftSER CHAIN "'CHIP FLASSTON OFFICIAL SWEATER ANP SLACK SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal YES, WrtH THE CAVALRY BEHIND -MEM; THIS IS WHAT 1 (.IKE BSSTI BUGS BUNNY WHAT'S Y6R BEEP' HOW'S THAT FSa I SERVICE 7 AT scHHooeiefe WE TAKE CARE O'OUR THESE WAPINS BOOTS I BOUSHT HERE WEEK SUPPOSED TO BE WATERFWOORj ;