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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 20, 1970 THE tEIHBRIDGE HERAID Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon SATURDAY, NOV. 21 Your birthday today: Your path through this year seems at limes all laid out, with no real choices. Many incidents are already determined by your habits; what happens is the result of many, very small options. Emotional ties come to fuller meaning for you. Material affairs follow a normal rate of increase, ac- cording to your continued hard work. Today's natives usually have a broad range of personal interests, fre- quently excel at managing large properties. ARIES( March 21-April New information brings com- plex problems while accustom- ed routines glide easily. Some extra income may be earn- ed today if you ask for the chance. Start early. TAURUS (April 20 May 20 What you write today will be around a long time, so be sure you mean 'it. Creative ideas pop up faster than you can put them to use. Romance blos- soms for those eligible. GEMINI (May 21 June Put up with bickering without getting into a quarrel. There is too much to do, for you to waste time. Carpers build or erode today. Depending on how you use your energy. CANCER (June 21 July s m o o t h out tile fine points later. LEO (July 23 Aug. Unusual circumstances contri- bute to your financial position. Visitors bring news which turns out later to be helpful. You can get co-operation from influential people. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Private plans shouldn't be pushed too hard let others LAWRENCEE. LAMB, M. D. New era of medicine around the corner A era of medicine is in- cubating in laboratories around the world. It could spark a med- ical revolution. In the past, we tiave used vaccinations to in- crease the body's immunity or resistance to a specific dis- ease. Then antibiotics provided chemicals that killed or limited he growth of bacteria. Now scientists are studying ways of altering the body so it von't be as susceptible to dis- ease. One or more of these may cause the body to be resistant o most virus infections. This could mean that the body could >ecome resistant to the innu- merable viruses that can cause common colds. Your bright ideas today bring a new outlook into your home Being critical of others' ideas would spoil matters you of these studies are related to the most fundamen-al chemical actions of the cells throughout the body. In this re- GOREN ON BY CHARLES H. for if the diamonds IS ma: br The Chlcifo evenly he was as- East- West of 12 tricks, the South of clubs and a club five spades in his own and four diamonds in 0 club was ruffed with1 It A K 10 G seven of spades. The jack of spades was led' South North overtaken with the king. J 'Pass 3 A club was ruffed with 4 Pass 4 0 queen of spades, however 6 A Pass Pass rude jolt was suffered by! Opening lead: Four of when West showed out.l South's plan of the dubs had divided! paign was well conceived, as was the normal! slight lapse in execution it was declarer's to his after trumping the. When South's opening club, to ruff himself im of one spade was a diamond, draw the lasb with an immediate cash the king of clubs) raise by partner, he the queen and then. visions of slam. his long club lor the however, that a trick. i bid would be of little use, had overlooked one it is not the number of additional prospect. In- held by North, but rather as his club play was location of his high cards on the expectation will determine the a four-three division in1, suit, he might just asC Sooth accordingly cash both the ace andT his side control by before he ruffs a cjub Jour clubs. When If the clubs reciprocated by cue bidding five-two, he may yet the ace of diamonds, the adverse distri- proceeded to six spades provided that East asmuch as be held the clubs. control South led out both high1 West made the he could have cress- opening of a irump. for the required 13 was in and he decided His only loser on the work oo North's diamond is a heart at the end.' gard, they may prove import- ant in curing or preventing Can- cer. Interestingly enough, there is some hope that these basic chemical actions may influ- ence the function of the brain in terms of learning, memory and so called aging. The day hasn't arrived yet! But the trend is clear and the direction is toward improving our knowl- edge at the cellular level. This could, in time, make many cur- rent methods of treatment as obsolete as the ancient houses for smallpox victims. Medical World News that a special strain of Japap- ese bred rats failed to popu- late as all good rats are expect- ed to do. Honey was added to their diet and1 love bloomed. It is amazing what a little honey can do. Dear Dr. Lamb My dad 61, has bad cramps in his legs at night. He works hard and is on his feet a lot during the day. Would any pills help him? Dear Reader Quite a few people have leg cramps night. The highly selected young test pilots who were examined for the astronaut program were asked if had this problem and 15 per cent of them said they had experienced it at one lime or another. It can be caus- ed by a particular sleeping po- sition. Some doctors give pa- tients quinine or related medi- cine if the condition is severe and there is no apparent cause. Because circulation prob- lems are common in older men, anyone with frequent cramping in his legs should have an ex- amination to be certain this is not the cause. Some individuals who really do have a circula- ;ion problem can be helped with surgery. Ac operation, however will not help if the cramps are caused by some other factor. Cramping caused by disease of the arteries of the legs usually causes pain during walking and the pain is relieved by rest. But t can cause muscle cramps at night, too. Heavy work or exercise, es- pecially in hot weather, can re- sult in lass of salt. If this is the case, cause of cramping can IB relieved by taking salt tab- ets. see their merits. Family offers resources for future use. Ori- ginal ideas work if over- try them out. UBKA (Sclp. 23 Out. Proceed without fuss directly to what you want to do. Rela- tives are uncertain of what is planned. You get co-operation in proportion to your reason- ableness. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Acquaintances bring fresh con- tacts! Business can be ar- ranged during your travels. Ac- cept comment from friends; ask yourself what makes them think as they do. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Career prospects are building up; see what you can develop now. You can more readily seek help from people if they are assured you will not involve them further. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Distant affairs, faraway people are of unusual interest. Emotional surges are easily triggered than The evening gives you much to think about. AQUARIUS (Jan.. 20 Feb. You can make a >argain but only when you know your needs and lave the facts. Nearly every- body is sure he has the best answer for local problems. PISCES (Feb. Movement, short journeys, relocations are a part of your prosperity today. Renew glected contacts, return items. Gather friends for social evening. 1970, Newsclay, Inc. IT'S BEEN EI6HT WEEKS SINCE I LAST EEEreP THOSE HAVE NCT BEEN THE LONSEST EI6MT WEEKS OF AW LIFE! LANCELOT-By Coker Penn IN ttV WITH C REAL. (I. t CWT KNCW HOW SURVIVE WITHOUT THB PARLOR BLONDiE-By Chic Young boost fees To protect site PARIS (AP) The French ministry of culture Wednesday decreed Colombey-les-Deux-E- ;lises, where Charles de Gaulle ived, a protected site to pre- serve the village anl its sur- oundings as de Gaulle knew hem. ONE WEEK ONLY STARTING NOW A Sale that is a Sale PRICES THAT CANNOT BE ADVERTISED TO MAKE ROOM FOR MORE PARTS AND SPIN-WASHERS we are clearing out All Small Appliances All Portable Color TV's PRICES SO LOW THAT WE INTEND TO STRIP THE REMAINING STOCK FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS WE NEED SPACE! BARGAINS YOU WON'T BELIEVE! IS OUR GUARANTEE. REMEMBER WE WILL BETTER ANY SO-CALLED SPECIAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON ANY WORKING PORTABLE TV On A New 19" Color TV Set FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244-3rd AvenueS. Phone 327-6684 EXAMPLE; .TORONTO (CP) The On- tario Medical Association yesterday announced approval of a new two-year fee schedule that will increase medical costs in the province by 4.5 per cent in May, 1971. The increases go mainly to family doctors, pediatricians and psychiatrists, although fees [or other specialists have also been revised in some cases down. The increases were decided upon after consultatinij with ths ederal prices and inci commission. Health Minister Thomas Wells said in an interview Thursday he would make a statement in about a week on whether bene- 'its under the Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan will be increased to cover the higher DMA fees. At present, OHSIP covers 90 )er cent of the medical associa- tion's recommended fee sched- ule. Doctors have Uia option of billing patients directly for the 10 per cent of fees not covered by OHSIP. The fee schedule was last In- creased in 1909. The new fees will remain in effect until April, 1973. BABIES COST MORE Total obstetrical tal and delivery of a up to for a family doctor and for a specialist. It means that having a baby in the province will be more ex- pensive. An office visit to a family doc- tor increases 50 cants to bringing it in line with an ordi- nary office visit to specialists. House calls go up to from for family doctors and for specialists making subsequent visits. A specialist is also per- mitted to charge more than a family doctor for more exten- sive examinations. Night home from 6 p.m. instead of the pre- vious 8 calls on Sun- days or statutory holidays will cost an extra beyond the reg- ular fee. Tliis also applies to specialists. Family doctors will charge for a night house regular fee plus the differen- tial. Such calls now cost AND FCR FROZEN CH5PP.Y PIS SO VOURE JUST HAVING TH5P.S'3 NOTWN3 V. UK5 A GOOD HQME-THAWSJ BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker SARCASTIC WISE SMALL. HEPE'5 A WHO LOVES CAMP WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO PO WITH" LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp KIT'S R1SHT, DUMMY.'.'NOW s-VE GOTTA AGO SAFE DERU.SA'! AH HAFTATEHD TOSUMPTHIM1 MORE SOU GOT TO SOFTEN PER DOTS WO WAV TO PROMOUMCF. IT. DUMMY.'.! WE WAS ARCHIE-By Bob Montana JUST LOOK AT JUSHEAD'S ANSWER TO-" WHAT I UDVE MOST IN JUSHEAD.WITH YOUR BRAINS, WHAT MAKES YOU THINK YOU COULD EVER MAKE'A GOOP HERO? HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal My Fair Lady actor to ived LONDON (AP) Actor Red Harrison, 62, is to marry the daughter of a British peer "as soon as he is legally a spokesman for Harrison said Thursday. The urbane star of My Fair Lady has been separated from his fourth wife, actress Rachel Roberts, 43, since last Decem- ber. Harrison's bride-to-be is Eliz- abeth Harris, blonde 34-year-old ex-wife of Irish actor Richard Harris and daughter of Lord Ogmore. Harrison's previous wives Noel Thomas, .iclress Lili Palmer and Ihe late Kay Ken- dall, also an actress. BUGS BUNNY ;