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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBH1DGE HERALD Tuusdoy, November 3, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON NOV. I Your liirllillay 1 il a I'lrai'jje, "lovi-incut your I'Xjx-rH'iicc ill ilu- your Emoliimal invnh'enu-iil in business and social cJilL'rpriOTS comes more readily. Much oi your work this year retail's to long-range goals and includes many contacts lo bu made. Today's natives have strong personalities: sonic quite mystical, others showing lit- tle of their inlerior fccu'u.us. yiitlES (.March 21 Start early (o do is most expedient lo your inrnnio. IX.iils are ini- porliint. Older people, long- standing conditions are benefi- cial. TAl'KL'S [April May People anil Ihingr horn (ar places interest you, bring sonic good surprises. Seek expert and technical advice. Roman- tic ventures Ihrivc now. GEMINI (Slay 81 June II seems easier lo get people to go along your ideas at present. Financial maneuvers are not so sensitive to persona] differences, Your work is less burdensome. CANCER (June 21 July Infill! ion gtiidcs you in building relations. Old questions are suddenly a bit nearer solution. Where you have something lo do lor older people, pitch and get it done thoroughly. 1.130 (July 2.1-Alig. 'Lead without overdoing ihe com- mand aspect. Get on top of the silualion, and stay there. Yoiu- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Obey Directions In Taking Digitalis Dear nnclor I have had j any type with lots of cream my chest fhioroscopcd ami the heart specialist said I have very liny heart. I have tachy- cardia attacks and have a lot oi dizziness each day. Digitalis seems IP fit'Jf. but I'm con- cerned that, if I lake it all the time, it trill eventually build up poisons and not work any more, Drar Header Digitalis is often given to patients lo con- trol or prevent irregularities ot the heart ar.d sometimes to im- prove the heart function or cor- rect heart failure. It is a very important medicine. No patient taking digitalis shcuid ever dis- continue tho medicine unless his rioclor ielia him to do so. Usually, each patient has to be studied awhile to find out what is the right amount of digitalis lie should take for a particular purpose. This is sometimes difficult for the phy- sician to determine and, if the patient doesn't follow the doc- tor's instructions it becomes impossible. Digitalis can indeed become a poison7 so lo speak, and we caU this digitalis intoxication. Even the best heart specialists often have trouble telling whether the patient needs move or less digitalis, since both heart disease and too much digitalis cause similar prob- lems. and sugar will account for a number of pounds of excess fat, unless you expend the ex- cess calories by your level of physical activity. Landeryou, J. Grant; 1 6, Ni F. Pilling. E.W. 1. J. Anderson, R. Wire Mrs. W. Broadfoot, Mrs. H E. Ba )Ur; 3. E. Shaw, R Chapmai hurs. Qcl, S-7Q, N.S. I. Mrs. H. E- Balfour, A. F Topping; 2. E. Turner, H- Foss; 3 Mr. and Mrs. G. Brockhocse. E.W. T. M, McCann, K Nelson; 2 M. Ainsccvgn, N. Riaelhol; X i. Sha' Wrigfit- Wed. Ocl, 7-70, Ladies 1. W. L Foss, I Johnson; MarHri, H. Nilsson; 3, H. Palmer, C W. RfHilern. Fri. ocl. !-70, N.S. I. W. J. Ellerr, R. J. Thielcn 2. R. Wcbick, H. BakovSke; 3. J. Lai dervGu. j. Granr. E.W. 1. Mr, and Mrs, L. A. Wylii 2. Mrs. H E. Bairour, M. Barrow; and Mrs. M. Hodgson, The body does not develop oct. 14-70, resistance to digitalis Jo the Bridge Results Thurs. Oct. l-7cr, N.S. 1- R. Wobick, V, FuJtuda; 2. Mr and Mrs. B. Nilsson; 3. Mr. and Mrs. M. Hodgson. E.W. t. J. Anderson, R Mirgn; L. Smllh, O E Sake; 3- D. MIchae W. Zumslein Fri. Ocl. 2-73, N.S. O. Bsntaen, K. Walars; 2 E. C. Goodman, C. W. Chichasie R. Miron, Fox; E.W 1. M. R. MrflipFt, P. Md 1. Johnson, E, Culler; 3. L. Smllh work promises good results, holh in career and at home. VIItr.0 (Aug. 23 Sept. A diversity of matters coir.es lo hiinil: give some attention to everything legal ratlines, Ihe needs of children, corres- pondence, discarding o[ super- fluous items. I.1IIHA (Sept. 23 Oct. linking peace is year mission today. Offer explanations, apol- ogies where they help come to terms. Properly improve- ment, closing of obligation? are favored. SO1HPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Be yourself, turn on your charm. Enjoy a rather com- fortable day and ease Ilie way for others. Pursue sentimental interests later. SACUTTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Now you can make def- inite progress in material af- fairs. Strive for a more re- warding situation, round up confidential assistance. Seek diversion in (he evening, CAPU1C011N (Dec, 22 .Ian. Your emotions are stead- ier. Take time off from work if you can. Altend the wishes and needs of those you love. Romantic, ventures promise happy episodes. AQUARIUS (.Inn. 20 Feb. Stay out of public notice, You have a chance to find the causes for a long-standing con- dition Concentrate on finishing what has been started. PISCES (Felj. la-March Today should bring you much sociable contact, more good news, matters to celebrate, the chance lo meet a variety of new people with different ideas (970, ISTcwsilay, Inc. lANCELOT-Sy Coker I. Perm t W1K TIME CYRANO HAP A PATH AN ENeLISH SHEEP VO6 NO J BLONDIE-By Chic Young Andy sends a complete 20- ctes of his thick thighs and volume set of the World Book sturdy back move in rippling Encyclopedia to Ruth Gryno- rhythm to adjust his balance vich, age 11, of j with every pace. He can stroll Indiana, for her question; walk and even gallop at 32 Tltnv docs a giraffe kyop liis miles per hciir, all with his balance? graceful swaying motion. His Certainly the gentle giraffe security secret is superb mus- is an oddjty. His kgs and neck cnlar co ordinal ion. Thj appear to be stretched way out pacing has its advantages. The of proportion to reach his en- j gentle giraffe lives in lion ormous height. His hu country. Otten he flees acrcss sloping body appears to be the open plains to conceal him- point that it won't work any more. IL is true that patients develop tolerance to certain medicines, but digitalis is not one of them. Keep taking your digitalis unless your doctor thinks you are getting too much, then follow his direc- tions carefully to the letter >t N Dear Doctor You state that you consider coffee inimi- cal to the best -welfare oi the heart, ily question is this; Does this apply to decaffein- ated coffee? Dear HeaiTor The in the coffee seems to be the main problem. It is a powerful stimulant or drug. I am not confinced that some people with indigestion or ulcer symp- toms should drink decafeinat- ed coffee, since the other in- gredients in coffee may have some effects on the digestion. 7f you have indigestion, burning in (he pit of ihe slomach or excess acidity, perhaps il would be wise to stop all lorms of coffee. If your problem is relieved, you can try a ilecaf- feinated product and find out If it causes the indigestion to return or noL NOTC, of course, if you useh- to your fat uitakc. Cream con- tains saturated fats. The same is true for most commercial cream substitutes. Sujjar in coffee is another source of cal- ories. By the end of a -jar two cups of coffee a day of j world's finest lour; 1, 0. Benlsen, B. Evans; 3 Martin, L- Frand5en. Wed. Qcl. 14-70, Ladies Club- 1. M. Barrow, 1 Wright; 2- H. FOSB P. McLean; 3. H, P, Pn chuk- Thurs, Ocr. 15-70, M.S. 1. N. Pfllsnn, J. LanderyoUj 3 Mr Mrs, W, L. FDSS; 3, H, Bal covske, E. Fox, E.W. 1 R. Woblck, R. Sanla; 2. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Mrrlean; 3. Mr- and Mrs. 3. Nihson. Fri. 16-70, 1-2. 0. Benlsen, B. Evans; M Bar- row, I. Wright; 3. N. Palsnn, M. Grl- sak. vvsd. 21-71, N.S, 1. L, Smllh, I. Shaw; 1. R. Sanla, P. Black; 3. R. Cemulini 0. Soice E.W. 1. Mrs. W. Broad'cot, Mrs. H. E. Balfour; 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc- Donald; 3- Mr, end Mrs. K. Mc- Lean Wed, ocf. 31-70, Ladies Club- N.5. 1- D. Crantlon, M. Hainlfz; 2. J. Granl, R. Nelson; 3-J- M. Barrow, Turner; W. Walers, I- Wright, :.VJ 1 I. Johnson, D. Wyatli 1. R M, Rath; 1-4. V, Mar tin, H. Hilsscn; P. McLean, G. Red- eem. Thurs. Oct. 22-70, Hamillor- N.S. I. J. Landeryou, J. Grant; 7. M. R. MraZGk, Warers; 3-1. B. T, Birck; D. Lowenberg, E. Poller. E..W 1. Mr. and Mrs. V-1. L. Fcss; 2 Barrow, P, McLean; 3. H. Nils- son, G. Fri. Ocl, 13-70, Hamillon- I. H Balcovske B. Evans; 1. K. o. Denlsen; 3- V. Fukuda, R. Ssnla. E W. T. M. Barrow Mrs. H. E Bdl- four; 1. 2 Nffistm, 0. Sotce; 3. M, Prtlson, L Wright, sun, ocl. 25-70, N.S. Mr. and Mrs, H. Jurkovkh; 1. R 5anla, p. Black; 3. J. Landeryoir, Marshall, K. Oliver; 2. nman, 1. Johnson, 3. M. Bar- raw. I. Wed. Qcl. 23-70, N.S. I. R: Chapman, R- 2. M. Alfiseeugh, N. Rigelhof; 3. N. Pal- "E'.W." 1 M, Yoshil.ara, C. Sudcikat; 2. L.'Smith, A. Topping; 3 P. BlacK, Wed. Ocl. 24-70, Ladies N.S, T. H Foss P McLean; 1 I. Shaw, Waters; 3 W. C (Mt, F. C-Wen E.W. l. -D. M. Heinili; 3. M. McDonnuil, M. Rlgelhof; 5. M, Snnta, W. Tfiurs. ocf. 29-70, Hamilton- N.J. 1 W. J. 3. 0. ovlchr 3. N. Pahcn, J. K. Wafrcs, R Marshall; 3. ickj 2. K. Foss, E. Fri. Oct. 31-70, H.imilton- M.S. 1. V. Martin, L, Jrandsen 5- Mr. and Mrs. D, Lowenterg; 3. B. jEvnns, V. Fukuda. E V-'. T. D MichssJIs, VV. Zumsleifi; il. Gnutdinn, W. 3. M. Yoshihara, C. SudsiKal. ATTENTION WOBilE HOME BUYERS! Here are TWO Important Fads 1. Brand now 12-Fool wide, 2-bcdroom mobile homes fully furnisher! wilh fridge, slave, f urn nee, chesterfield nml choir, dininy suife, bods, lamps, (fcCOO7 drapes, etc. ONLY, COMPLETE........... 2, Wo iiovo ihfi only homes in Canada by Ccnrrcil Morltiaqo and Housing Corporation so he me jo .ific inpsf before you buy1. "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Avc. (fRAHCR DIVISION) 3ld St. 5. Phono 327-1418 I propped high on tall, teetering legs. Even when standing with all four feet on the self in a gove of acacia trees, where he can dodge the ob- stacles. He sways his big body looks likely to topple. And and bends his long neck, when walking he seems about iiig between the Irees and to lose his balance with every under the boughs without losing step. However, his magnificent speed, body never stumbles, though a His only balancing problem large lion he able to shove occurs at the water hole. His him over whsn he stoops drink. to neck is fine for gi'Sxing on higli foliage, but it is not long enough to reach the ground. Luckily he does not often need a drink. When he does, he must 4A1I13 tlllU .11.0. i3 ICC I, Ldli. 1J.10 I f mighty shoulders are 12 feet fraddle, h's fT above the groimd and Ms back 'T II slopes steely lo his skin- takes Ume. up ny tail A man can stand up- right between his front legs and his slender feet stand on dainty hooves. True, his gen- eral build look somewhat clumsy, and he walks he looks downright insecure. This is because he paces, moving his two right feet and then his two left feet with every step. Tliis pacing motion means that he must keep shifting his en- tire weight from side to sids. When a horse is in motion, he distributes his weight even- ly bv stepping forth on a leg from each side, to uses thl right front and left hind legs, then alternates to the left front comfortab'e again his safety depends on a fast get-away. When he stoops to drink, a hungry lion mny pounce and try to bowl him over. The giraffe defends himself with stunning kicks. If he can hold off the lion tag enough to straighten his legs, he paces swiftly off to safety. The giraffe Is not related to the camel, though both of them walk with the same pacing mo- lion. The camel has spreading feet for walking on shifting he s o e and right hind legs. This mo- tha? a if815' hls Pac'n Eai s Th Jloovs tion is trotting. Tt distributes his weight evenly on both the dry hard ground of the African plains. His pacing gait ITS THATjl cfa I TOLD YOU I WANTED TO VOU AGAIN' BECTLE BAIlEY-By Mori Walker DARN EIStfT.' X TOLD MER I'D cjurr SPINSIMS IN LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp DERSOUWD GOTTA TVEEDLE THROUGH THEN AH 15 SAFE RJMTH'PFSCHLNSG, AN'SQINCIDEMTAO-V, IS TH' M1DOUTEINHOLEIH DERHEAD-VOU CAN'T PLAV A PFSCHLNSG.'.' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana wcigiiL cvciuy un uuut MI sides, keeping his supple spine ll.just fbolltk more or less level. But as the giraffe paces along, moving two right then two left legs, his huge body sways from side to side, like a swaying ship on the bounding waves. True, this weight shifting moves each side of his body off balance. But the mighty mus- rider to stay on his sloping back. Questions asset! by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntlnglon Beach, California D26-I8. (Copyrlgnt Chronical Publishing Co. 1970) GOREN OK BRIDGE BY CHAIVLES H. GOREN If70: br TIB Chlati Trllm] East-West vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A A 5 4 3 AKS2 WEST EAST O32 OQJ03 OJ51Z SOUTH 4J3S2