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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THI IETMKIDGE. HEBAIO Thurfday, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON FRIDAY, OCT. 30 Your birthday today: A year begins of unflagging ef- fort with surprisingly good results from normal use of your skills. You do many thills that you are not ac- customed to doing, although you are not likely to change professions now. Romantic experience comes in brief, pregnant episodes rather than a steady relationship that could be taken for granted. Today's natives are candid in their statements, tireless in their work once they have de- cided on a goal. ARIES (March 21-April Now is the time to get agree- ment on joint or marital cial matters. Take full advant- age of a chance for better earn- ings. Let the evening be so- cialbe. TAURUS (April 20-May. Today the keyword is co-opera- tion give and receive help on the tougher problems. Shar- ing of resources can reduce ex- penses. Mull over your pro- gress this evening. GEMINI (May 21 June If you start early and concen- trate on one line of action, you can obtain amazingly good ad- ed evening. of children ments. blooms suddenly. guidelines share to munity. ments. Adults often ignore the fact that they are on drugs. Yes, we live in a drug culture. Everyone who uses coffee, tea, colas, tobacco and alcohol is really using soft. drugs. You can add to this the most of the sleeping pills ami the tranquilizers. Coffee isn't just a mild drug. It contains caffine which is a powerful stimulant to the brain. It can cause nervousness or make a nervous person more anxious. Using large amounts of coffee five or more cups a day contributes markedly to stimulating the whole body. This may increase the resting heart rate by as much as 20 beats per minute. In some peo- ple it may even cause irregular- ities of the heart. Dr. Oglesby Paul of Chicago reports that this much coffee is associated with a higher rate of heart attacks. Other investi- gators have reported increased outpouring of hormones from the adrenal glands in y o u n g healthy men after drinking moderate amounts of coffee. These are the same hormones that are increased in stress and some think they contribute to artery disease. Coffee also in- creases the amount of danger- ous fats (triglycerides) in the bloodstream. A heavy coffee drinker often has "burning in the pit of the stomach." If the doctor doesn't think.about this frequent cause, tiie patient gets expensive X-- rays of the stomach, gall blad- der and sometimes the colon. These usually show nothing that would account for the patient's complaint. Eventually, the doc- tor decides the patient is ner- vous and prescribes tranquliz- ers. The patient goes home and washes down tranquilizers with several cups of stimulating cof- fee. Usually the problem will go away if coffee is stopped. Some people are particularly sensitive to coffee and even two cups a day can cause them to have stomach trouble. Stopping coffee is easy. You can simply substitute a caffine- free product. You can get it in the freeze-dry form if you wish. If you have been a heavy coffee drinker and stop abruptly, you may have withdrawal reac- tions. These include excessive drowsiness and often a severe headache. The headache can be relieved rath one c.up of regular coffee. For this reason I usually ad- vise cutting down to one cup a day, then stopping coffee al- together or using a caffine- Tea and limited. has then said to mother: "I sucking, a little resh opportunity. 3 for a make serious deals to get very far. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. (Jan. W As long as you think an check the facts, your work une 21 July ill's and the needs crowd out some Creative enter-se good develop-antic Make an effort to square differences with organized groups. Try to find fresh opportunity for your talents. Begin new diet regimes, better health productive. Present n quests, applications for beta conditions. Exert yourself possessions; dis-f improving mat-d your ideas are r several and work, a special reward is gained by filling your commitments. Some secret hope is nearer expert advice. Concei trate on personal projec wherever your work W70, Newsday, Inc. rnipare notes, projects. g. 23 Sept. on the way. Peo-oday for the ''jt" -ft to be rather Ju ir future. Do lance your pt. 23 Oct. r optimism and lence tempt By ELLEN WALPOLE risks. The "i leckuig approach very useful Andy sends a complete 20-volume set of the World also unrolls her syphc ongue and sucks up swee Oct. 23 Nov. i get what is to Timothy M. Cable, age 11, of nectar from the flow hroats. With her pollem has th no time out for v of co-operation )ut you may for his .question: How da bees get wax to full and her tummy stufft with a small drop of necta she flies back home. Her si help to unpack the polle worker honeybee her stomach adds sped an endless round of to the nectar. S AMB.M. Some are highly up this mixture ai such as flying it into a waxen stora precisely, As the moisture evapo young and maintaining the mixture becom on Others involve chemical transformations for When a new comb or adrds, it's normal ard it like thumb-ittle is usual, biit ssivc, then it may an emotional prob case, the emotions not the masturba curved prongs on her legs form convenient baskets. She stuffs them with grains of golden pollen gathered from the flowers. Later, it will be kneaded with honey to make beebread for the growing larvae. While shopping, the building material. The comb is a flat structu stacked with vertical, six-sid cells. The cells, are all the sal shape, though they are ma in different sizes for differe purposes. Those used efnrintf nnllon nr trt ha Water Additive May Prevent Heart Disease HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Drinking water may in the .fu- ture have an additive to prevent certain types of heart disease just as it has to prevent tooth decay. This is the implication of re- search by Dr. A. Wouter Voors of the University of North Caro- lina School of Public Health, presented in a paper today at the American Public Health As- sociation's annual meeting. Voors has studied the relation- ship between the presence of lithium in drinking water and atherosclerotic heart disease in 100 of the largest cities in the country. Atherosclerosis is a de- generative disease of the blood vessels. Discussing his work Tuesday, Voors noted that previous re- search has shown that the cities with the "hardest" water have the lowest incidence of atheros- clerotic heart disease. Water "hardness" is asso- ciated with the amount of met- als in it. One of them is lithium. Voors said it may be desira- ble to add small amounts of ithium to drinking water In areas where it is not present in sufficient amounts as a means of preventing this type of heart disease. Fluorides have been added to the drinking water for a number of years to reduce tooth decay. Voors said his study indicated that atherosclerotic heart dis- ease was more closely relate; to the presence or absence o lithium than any other element. PREVIEW SHOWING of "1971" See the 'NEW 26" COLOR SCREEN Halloween Mishaps Can Be Prevented OTTAWA (cp> Most Hal lowcen accidents involve traffic or fire and parents can do a lo to prevent them, the Canada Safety Council said Wednesday in a news release. If a child's costume requires a mask, use makeup to draw one on, the council suggests Cloth or paper masks hamper visibility. If possible, the council sug gests light-reflecting materia be used jji the costume to make children highly visible to driv ers. To prevent fires, the council says costumes should be of flame-proof material or etsi treated with a boric-borax solu tion to reduce the fire hazard. Parents should keep porcnes and doorways clear of tnols or debris that could contribute to falls. Referring to incidents where sharp objects have been embed- ded in apples and other fruit on previous Halloweens, the coun- cil says because of this activity by a "handful of mentally-dis- turbed people parents miftht want to check their chil- dren's loot More the kids get into it." worker bees are about one-fiftl of an inch wide. The cells foi young drones are slightly big ger, and the largest ones are for rearing future queens Those used to store honey are slightly tilted to avoid spillage Questions asJced by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, HunUngton Beach, California 92646. (CopyrlgHt Chronical Publishing Co. 1970) LANCIlOT-By Coktr MORNING, LANCE, WHKT WOULP StU LIKE FOR BlONDIE-By Chic Young Jury Clears Constable In Death SASKATOON (CP) A six member coroner's jury attach ed no blame in the death of Michael John Muskego, 15, kill ed during a high-speed car chase Oct. 10 when a bulle fragment struck him in the heart. In a unanimous verdict, the jury ruled that RCMP con- stable J. A. Bezzola's action in firing the fatal shot was justi- fiable. The jury, which deliberated for two hours, said the bullet fired1 by Constable Bezzola hit the left.front fender of-the car and broke into pieces, one of which hit Muskego, from Onion Lake, Sask., in the heart, kill- ing him! instantly. Constable Bezzola had1 testi- fied that he aimed at the car's left front tire. He said that when he fired at the speeding car he had been given no information that the incident was not linked with the fatal shooting of two RCMP night. officers the previous Boy, 15, Detained In Girl's Death THE PAS, Man. (CP) RCMP are detaining a 15-year- old hoy on a coroners' warrant in connection with the Heath of Lisa Monique Langan, 13. Police said the girl was stab- bed to death and her body was discovered by her mother'in a bedroom in the home. BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker ARCHIE-By Bob Montana MET, THWS 6000 HE'S AN SAILOR IN THE. NAVY.... HOME ON THW AlSO'HflVB A LIBERTY BELL JOSHD, BORWJWH: DID wu BET YEW FRW SOAAE BELL- 1 MY BOTTOM TO WEA TONIGHT HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY NOW WE INTO THE OTHER ROOWl AN' ;