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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TH! 1ETH5FIDGJ MKAID Tusj-'nr, T, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SEPTEMBER 1910 Tour liirllillay (oilav: Much of your energy for many months lie devoted to de- veloping a new approach to life You do not go back lo a past starting point you begin .from wherever you now arc. (decisions must be made on in- luitiou, since information is likely Incomplete. Emotional ties become more important; those who share your efforts fjnnv closer. Today's natives have a live, of the sublime and the fine nuances of fate. Na- ture and the search for its understanding never palls for Uicse people, A HIES (March 21 April Allowing for sudden differences of opinion, today can be profit- THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAO 'Too Much Acid" Loosely Used Phrase By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. gastric analysis re- vealed a very low hydrochloric acid IHC1) level in my stom- ach. Would weak HC1 aid in the digestion of certain foods, even acid ones? A A low HC1 level may he associated with pernicious anemia or cancer of the stom- ach or it may be present with- out any apparent cause. Al- though many persons with low HC1 level take a few drops of HC1 with their meals and claim that it helps them, there is n o linn evidence that such treatment is needed. Q U'liat is good for too much acid in your system? A "Too much acid" is a phrase, that is loosely used. Strictly speaking, il means too much acid in the blood a rare condition that may be caused by (1) failure of the lungs to eliminate carbon dioxide as fast as it is formed, (2) uncontrolled diabetes, (3) various chemical poisonings or (4) advanced kidney failure Most persons who complain of too much acid, however, niere- Jy have frequent attacks of sour stomach a far different mat- ter. They are usually helped by eating more slowly and in calmer surroundings, by avoid- ing an excess of fat, sugar or salt in their diet, and by taking one of the many antacid prep- arations on the market after their doctor has ruled out any serious disease. Q Is it possible for Coiuna- din taken over a prolonged per- iod to cause bleeding? A This a n t i coagulant should not be taken by anyone with a vitamin C deficiency nor by a pregnant or nursing wo- man because bleeding may oc- cur unless weekly checks of the bleeding time are made. Q What is hcparin used for? How is it given? While taking it, does the blocd have to be checked every day? A This anticoagulant is given chiefly to prevent clotting ia persons with a stroke or coronary heart disease due to clotting rather than hemor- rhage, ft is given by deep in jection into a muscle. Blood checks should be made weekly, Q What is Alertonic given for? What are its side effects? A This is a multivitamin with added calcium, man- ganese, magnesium, zinc and ammonium molybdate. It is given Lo lie appetite. It may cause nervous agita- tion, insomnia, nausea and a rash. able. Put in a full effort. You should have some good news to celcbralc this evening. TAUIIUS (April 21) May Apply creative touches, short cuts in your work early, bul avoid draslic moves or changes later in the day. Pursue ro- mantic interests now. GEMINI (May 21 Julie 201: Improve your home and work- ing conditions. New ideas turn out well if everybody under- stands. You attract new friend- ships among people of different interesls make some conces- sions. CANCER (June 21 July Your impulsive side is topmost today. Give intuition a chance to giude you. Mental pursuits are favored as new ideas come to you. Doa't get involved in the bickering of others. LEO (July 23 Aug. For all your fact, you suddenly re- alize that you have some is- sues to settle with neighbors or relatives. Remember there's no urgency to dispose of every- thing today. Think! VIIIGO (Aug. 23 Sent. Put into effect well organized plans for financial arrange- ments. Set long range goals which require sharing. Find a good show this evening. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Carry the skeins yesterday's doings as far ns they will stretch. The later hours are not as calm and there may be dis- tractions. Listen very careful- iy- SCOKP1O (Oft. 23 Nov. This isn't tho time for compli- cated deals, secret activitie Your impulse lo stir tilings should be carefully discipline Friends can be helpful. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dc So long as you slay on th customary job everybody with you and helping to ir provo matters for you. Ho back the urge to kick over U traces. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Business mailers seem t you incompletely organize! Leave room lo fill in dutai. later. Personal affairs work ou well with patience and dis cretion. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Your ideas seem imprai lical this morning be willin to accept changes. You can in crease your stills and potent earnings by diligent applica tion. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Make a list of what should b attended. There is a sharing o views both far and near. Lisle attentively; be responsive t what you hear. 1070, Newsday, Inc. ISUfTOSETOV'ORATHERHAVEA 5BIER WHO IS 5ICKHM5LV SHEET ANP All MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS Kennedy 4Tongue-Tied' At Khrushchev Meeting NEW YORK (AP) The Daily News says George F. Kennan, former U.S. ambassa- dor to the Soviet Union and a leading Russian expert, says the late President John F. Ken- nedy was "strangely tongue- tied" during his 1961 meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev in Vienna. The News says the diplomat, now at the Institute for Ad- said Kennedy may thus unintentionally led the have Rus- sians to think they could get away with placing missiles ui Cuba. Their attempt to do so led to the crisis of Kennan's views were taped is part of an oral history pro- ject in which 300 persons have recorded their views of Ken- nedy. These have been filed at the Federal Record Centre in WaJtbam, Mass., pending trans- fer to the still-unbuilt Kennedy Library fa Cambridge. Kennan, then U.S. ambassa- dor to Yugoslavia, met Ken- nedy in Paris after the Vienna session. "I felt that he had not acquitted himself wel! on this occasion and that he had per- mitted Khrushchev to say many things which should have been challenged right there on Kennan said. the Rene Levesque Won't. Take On Drapeau MONTREAL (CP) Separa- tist leader Rene Levesque said Monday "there was never any question" of his running against Mayor Jean Drapeau in the Oct. 25 municipal election. Mr. Levesque was comment- ing in an interview on a story in Monday's Star which quotes sources as saying Mr. Levesque has been "seriously consider- ing" stepping down as leader of the Parti Quebecois. The sources also are quote! as saying that Mr. Levesque has spent considerable time over the past month studying city budgets and programs. "I have not even had time to think about it (ray he said Monday. Politicians Blamed For Highway Toll GOREN ON. BRIDGE BY CHAT5LES H, GOREN CD 1I7B: tr TTa Oicip Ttniml Korth.South valnsraHe. ITorUi deals, NORTH A 3 G 5 f the Board of World Peace of he Methodist Church and a Tiember of the central commit- ee of the hurches. World Council of Government Job Policy Overhauled OTTAWA (CP) An admin- istrative change that may trim iveeks off the time it takes the ederal government lo liire a ew employee was announced oday by John J. Carson, chair- lan of the public service com- mission. Mr. Carson told a news con- erenco that beginning today anyone seeking employment in le administrative uppori. category of the public ervice should apply through ne of the 360 Canada man- ower centres. Tho administrative support ntegory has a turnover of bout 10 per cent, or more than a year. However, the change won't apply in Ottawa, where about hah" the personnel in the cate- gory are located. The category includes clerks, office equipment operators, sec- retaries, stenographers, typists, telephone oprators, and work- ers in communications and data processing. Under the old system, a de- partment seeking a new typist bad to go through one of the six regional offices of the public service commission, which ad- vertised and hired from among By Hugh Laidman WIEREAREYDU GOING, BRtNOON. GOSH, BRIAN, I WISH WE COULD HELP. _.NOW IF YOU WERE ONLY STUCK UNDER A BRIDGE.WE COULD LET THE AIR OUT OF YOUR TIRES. M GOING TO SEE BRIAN, UPS HUNG IP IN THE MUDDY PATCH. BLONDIE-Bj Chic Yonng 1-M-LATE- I WANT A KXJB- V MIN'JTE EGG, BJT t HAVE TO V HAVE ir IN f TWO MINUTES BEETLE Mort VVsUkcr NO. I MAPE AMK5CF IT. i NEVER sitoutp U'L Al MOSTO'TH' PIECES AH'LLGLUE'EM TOGETHER ASM, AM'THAT'LL LEGALLY GLUE MUSTAPUT THAT UP WHILE AH WAS WE WISHES OUR 1