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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta lg _ THI IFTHBRIDGI HERAIB Friday, May 29, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE SATURDAY, MAY 30 Yonr birthday today. This is the year in which your evolvement toward spiritual unity is emphasized. The initiative for all areas of your life passes more into your own control, and thus more responsibility for what happens. Today's natives are thrifty, and thrive in mar- riage and partnerships. AlUES (March 21 April Make journeys, visit people who can tell you 'what you need to know. Attend to details in your projects. Shopping promises some surprising bar- gaTAUUUS (April 20 May Attend to long standing prob- lems Intellectual currosi t y THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAQ Avoid Certain Foods If Gastritis Sufferer By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Enterprises Assn. Q My doctor says I have gastritis. I am taking some pills and liquid that taste like chalk and they help me. What foods should I avoid? Can re- current bouts of gastritis cause a stomach ulcer? A Gastritis is usually ag- gravated by alcohol, excessive smoking, coffee, highly spiced foods and greasy foods. Many persons discover over the years that they have an individual sensitivity to certain foods and learn to avoid them. Peptic ulcers are caused by nervous tension rather than by gastri- tis. Q One doctor told me 1 have a fallen stomach and another said there is no such a thing. What do you think? A Fallen stomach is a misnomer. Some persons, espe- cially those who are tall anc lean, have a stomach that lies relatively low in the abdomen when they are standing before a fluoroscopic screen and the stomach is weighted down with barium sulfate. Since this is no a disease, it requires no treat ment. Q What causes a shortag of acid in the stomach? I am on a bland diet and take dilute hydrochloric acid with meals. Is this condition se nous? Will I have to take these rops indefinitely? A The most common auses of an acid deficiency ii "10 stomach are anemia am h r o n i c gastritis. Another ause is cancer of the stomach >ut if you had this your doctor vould have ordered surgerj rather than drops with your meals. The lack of acid is no serious in itself but you shoul' lave periodic red blood .eel counts and stomach x-rays. As or the drops, you can tak them indefinitely if they to help you. Q Every morning I lee nauseated. My stomach x-ray were negative. I am taking M; lanta and Valium but they d not help. What can I do fo this? A Mylanta is an antaci and Valium is a tranquilizer There are 10 or more prescrip lion drugs on the market spe- cifically for the control of nai sea iMopropazate (Dartal prochlorperazine (Compazine thiethylperazine (Torecan) but it would help to knoi whether your.nausea is due anemia, drinking alcohol in tl evening, gastritis, gall bladde disease, pancreatitis, postnasa drip or some other cause be cause for lasting relief yo must eliminate the cause ust be aroused to provide the aterials for mental refresh- ents. Up-to-date corrcspond- nce brings satisfying results. GEMINI (May 21 June ow your chance to compare otes and exchange Informa- on opens up, and much can be ccomplished. Keep a list of eminders. Household routines and shopping prosper. CANCER (June 21 July This is the day you get to the rattom of some old puzzle. Check your facts, attend to serious studies and corres- xxndence. Collectors "can make uteresting discoveries, LEO (July 23 Aug. Today is an excellent time to >egin new studies, start a lealth care program, or lay ut details of future ventures Mside assistance is at hand VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Hake agreements with thosp you are to work with soon form partnerships. Consulta ion wit1; experts promises [ood results. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Travel, self improvement pro- ;rams and correspond e n c e >ring new resources to your at ;ention. In-laws and relative By Jeane Dixon turn out to be surprisingly help- ill. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Dedicate yourself to progress n the things that really matter, ieview your situation. The an- swer' lies in thinking through .ho questions, reflection will bring n program to pursue. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Today you are at your happiest in action. Follow your usual weekend. routines, bd freshen them up with whatever ideas pop up for testing. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Continue your campaign to get tilings into more co- herent order1. Survey your home and equipment; plan to replace anything that has fail- ed. Much, headway can be made. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. You have the chance to see many people who are usu- ally beyond ea.'.y reach. Lay in supplies, buy small items' of equipment, tools. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Now comes the opportunity to face things that have been ne- glected around the borne. Bring in all the people who will help out, and catch up tor lost time. 1970, Ncwsday, lac. Angry Parents Defy Edict Of North School Board FORT CHIPEWYAN (CP) Parents here decided yesterday to defy an edict of the North- lands School Division Board and send 19 students on a week- long trip to Edmonton next Monday. The parents' decision was made at a meeting organized by the Fort Chipewyan branch of the Voice of Alberta Native Women. This community 400 miles rjcrtlieast of Edmanton an- gered .when tho school 'division ward, which administers re- mote northern schools directly for the provincial government, vetoed the trip on grounds it ON SALE FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY CAN "V" EES SNEAKERS Sizes: 6 fo 13 1 to 6 6 to 10 Reg, Woolco Price Jo 1.97. Optn Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. would interfere with the sto- dents' school work. The students' council at Bishop Piche school here al- ready has raised for the trip and the Indian affairs branch has pledged an addi- tional Stan Daniels, president of the Metis Association of Alberta, said the trip would be educa- tional and broadening because most of the grade nine students have never been far from Fort CMpewyan. Two parents will aecompnay the students when they visit Edmonton to tour the legisla- tive buildings, university, pro- vincial museum and other in- stitutions. Cancer Virus Found HOUSTON The discovery of what appears to be a cancer virus in human embryos could lead to sensitive diagnostic tests for cancer of the digestive organs, the 10th International Cancer Congress was told today. Dr. Philip Gold, 33, of Mont- real, in a paper presented to congress, said1 he now is work- ing on perfecting a test to speed up the diagnosis. During the week-long con grass, which ends Friday, tenta- tive evidence presented whicl claims links between viruses and cancer has Included a suggestion from one expert tha a cancer virus could be com municable. Viruses ultra microscopi parasites which attack bod} have been suspecta as a prime cause o< certain types (rf cancer. Spain Ouster Plot Hatched TLEMCEN, Algeria (AP) Algeria and Morocco have set- tled their border dispute and re- solved jointly to eject Spain from her remaining enclaves in North Africa. The decisions, made public today, were reached at Wednes- day's meeting in this border town of Algerian President Honari Boumedienne and Mo- roccan King Hassan n. They also decided on joint ex- ploitation of vast iron deposits in the Tindouf area, over which the two countries fought a brief war in 1963. The communique said the two leaders agreed on "the co-ordi- nation" of actions "to liberate and assure the decolonization of the territories occupied by Spain." Spain occupies the Spanish Sahara, also known as the Kio de Oro, as well as the small en- claves in northern Morocco called Ceuta and Melilla. The enclave of Kni, on the At- lantic coast, was turned back to Morocco June 30, 1969, as part of a pact involving fishing rights. POP CELEBRATES VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul today celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination as a priest amid prayers that the world's governments and peo- ples heed his repeated appeate for peace, THE TOP OP WUR MEAD IS CUTE CAMPUS CLATTER-By Urry Lewlt WURPWUPHATR HOSTILITIES, R! Chic Ymuif HIIIH WJELL.MY WATCH Firfreew MINUTES' TOGO WATCH ALWAYS WIW3 0UM5TEAD.' WHERE DO VXI IHlWK YOU'RE GOING? BKETLE Mort Walker ISMT THAT BIWCUtOUS? SAVexMAte AM URSE TO TALK. WHETHER ANVONS VWSTTS fO LISTEN OR NOT WEU, LET ME TELL 1 TOLD MM A THINS OK AMP- JX ABNER-By Al Capp WHERE'S HIS SUIT? THIS WAS K3RMERW THE PROPERTY OP RUFF1ES RATFINK, Bob BETTER TRY THE DOCTOR WHXT WOULD JUST JOS UP AND DOWN....SN ONE MERUNN! AW3UND HI AND Dlk Browna KKS MOM FW W SHORT RIBS-Bj O'Neml LOCK- i f NOTHING 1 v i UNLESS WE TAKE..VOU TO THE HEY, ROSCOS I JUST THOUSHT OF SOMETHING THAMK5 FOR LSTTINS US. BANDAGE .YOU UP FOR OUR "LITTLE WOODSMEN" FIRST AID TEST! MEETING, OUR "WOOD.. LEAPER'WON'T BE ABLE TO see WHAT we've PONE OKAY, NOW SET 'EM OFF! ;