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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ IHE ItTHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, Oclober 3, 1971 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON OCT. 4 Your birthday today: Your deals this year create a last- ing pattern for the future, all the more effective for their fundamental simplicity. To- day's natives arc capable ot that 90 per cent hard labor needed to back the 10 per cent of genius that is intellec- tual (Hscernmenl. AlllKS (March You reach a subtle turning point in your attitudes toward yoursclt and others. Evening hours call for no business and definite planning. TAURUS (April 20-May Aside from suggested about money, this is caution peace- By TlIK CANADIAN I'RESS Oct. 3, 1972 A nine-power conference in London agreed 18 years ago rear- mament of West Germany. The rearmament proposal, made by Britain, called for termination of occupation of West Germany, protocols concerning entry into NATO and signing of a revised Brussels Alliance Treaty. n i t e (I States Navy Omdr. Walter Schirra returned safely from six orbits of the earth. ul day to do the minimum, vith as little hullabaloo as can e managed. GEMINI (May 21-Jime You'llbe glad you stuck to fliat you're supposed to do in- tead of letting restless moods mil you off schedule. Much bo done. CANCER (June 21 July Nothing happens unless you ex- ert your best talents to make things go. Give yourself extra ime for even familiar routines. LEO (July 23-Aug. Your mpulse to generosity can lead complications. Actually, you barely have enough time to at- tend your own VIRGO (Aug. 23 22V. Go directly to the fundamental issues, carrying others along with your enthusiasm and curi- osity. Taper down gradually. UBRA (Sept. 21 Oci. nt: Press forward with the best elements of yesterday's cam- paign, allowing rest breaks for insight. Romantic int e T e s t flickers. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. back from close collabora- lon, do things that lend ihem- elves to single handed effort. Careful review may reveal laws. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. ?2-Dcc. It seems to you others more involved in pers o n a] )roblems than business or ca- reer strivings. Let well enough ilone. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Accept an unpressured day as a time for reflection, cabn persuasive suggestions in- tended to bring results some- what later on. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Gel medic advice from doctors Dear Dr. Lamb 1 you can help me regain my peace of mind and perhaps a friendship of an elder- ly person. A doctor prescribed glasses for her but she couldn t see through them. Bather than discussing it her phys- announcer that Russia had set off a second atomic explosion. States Presided Roosevelt froze wages, profits and farm prices. Ferdinand of Bui garia abdicated. Lincoln pro- claimed the last Thursday in November as American Thanks- giving. -M 16 SEASON, HAVE HISH [PIP GET SOME t .X NEW PLACERS -fe ____ ,--_- The slightest suggestion to anybody on what to do next, or how to do it, provokes an over- action. Let others learn from experience. PISCES (Fell. 19-Marcli The more insistent you are, the further away you are from getting what you think you want. New acceptances arise from co-operation. 1372 By The Chicago Tribune she asked him for an appointment with an eye doc- tor. Tbe eye doctor put drops in hcv eyes and ever since then she has" "a gold screen" over everything she sees. A nurse told 'her that doclors never put drops in an elderly person's eyes as the muscles do not re- act and that the "gold screen" condition would be with her for the rest of lier days. My friend is 82 with poor cir- cula'tion. I have tried to help her but now she's quite vocal in denouncing me for recom- mending that she see the eye doctor. I feel very hurt that this has happened to her and she is suddenly very disgrunt- led and has had almost a com- plete change in her personality. Any help you can give will be deeply appreciated. Dear Header The biggest problem here is getting advice from what The proper place to get medi- cal advice is from a doctor. In the attachment with your letter it is clear that the lady bas cataracts and macular degen- eration. Cataracts ave the gra- dual change in the clear lens of the eye so that it no longer transmits light properly and thereby obstructs vision. This is common change in later years. Degeneration of the macula means degeneration of the small spot right in the centre of the back of the eye where the light rays focus to form an image. The back part of lire eye really acts like a photo- graphic screen but the most sensitive area for receiving vis- ual images is in this one spoi at Ihe back of the eye. The drops the doctor used had nothing to do with either one of these conditions. The report you attached states he used them to examine her eyes prop- erly. The first doctor, accord- ing" to the report, knew the lady's problem and only gave her glasses hoping to get the best possible benefit in the face of a difficult situation. The "gold screen" effect is undoubt- edly related to the cataracts and the changes in ilia retinal screen and has nothing to do with the drops the doctor used to dilate her eyes so that he could examine llwm properly. There is still another prob- lem will have to face. With evidence of circulatory changes TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan BtONDIE-By Chic Young and at her age, your friend people who don't know they are talking about. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN o im or Tlw chluHfl TriMat Neither vulnerable. South NORTH A KID 9 7 V A10632 C> S53 EAST A Q B A J 8 4 3 S VQ587 VR S EYECCONE TUB O'fOU TUWKj': -AW SO ONE DAY IN KOHTANA SIX WAGONS PUIUDAWAY THE MAIN WAGON TWIN WiO HEAPED NOWH. VKKL GOIH mE I'M APHIKI. OF itMOHS.JfVsc? utirrz 'Ml RlOt Ug AW THE CAUTIOUS, THE. PARTY UAWRJJOHN HOISE SCOUTEP OVER tvtfey HILL HKST. ivL ABNER-By AI CaPP DOESVO' TAKE HIM FO'VOP.E LAWFUL WEDDED ARCHIE-By Bob Montana ...WATCHING THE RIDICULOUS ANTICS.' YES, THEY LEARN A J OH, LOT AT THE 'NTHEY MONKEY HOUSE.') DO.' TH6Y DO; THE MONKEYS WERE I SO LOOKING FORWARD TO. THAT; THE SOPHOMORE CLASS WO ABLETDCOfAE TOTtl TODAY HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne WHAT'S THE MATTER, DITTO- V CAME AT THE COURTS? SHORT RIB5-3y Frank O'Neal HOW X QVH PRiNK AND WAS I WAS UP FOB KE BUGS BUNNY X'M MOW IKJ WITH ROSCOE TILL OUR TV SHT GETS BACK; ;