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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Wcdncidoy, September 1, 1971- Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TIll'ltSDAY, SKI'T 1 (lays of reconsideration Ycnir liirthday Tmluy: Ac-. bring you out onto an entirely ceplnrce of liir.ils puls you differcnl level of action. in pulton lo use them in Ihis coming year of rather smooth prr'Ttss and scund personal adjustment. IVsirable condi- tiers arc easier to mailitain although sidelines, new adi- vilics are inucli harder lo in- troduce. Today's natives seel; the curious and the sublime in lift1, are essenUally gentle home-loving people. ARIES (Mnrch 21-April Where you must go it alone along even familiar paths, seek technical advice ns you go. The new and unaccustomed prc- senls cxlrcmc challenge. TAUilS (Apnl :o-Miiy The needs of you from jour original plans News nnd gossip get mixed (here's another side to any sloiy vou hear. GEMINI (May Zl-Junc Several more days and your career effort can move ahead. LEO (July 23-Ailg. A lucky break still requires some management and extra person- al attention. Reach beyond the usual routines for swial activi- ty get to know people bet- ter. VII1GO (Aug. 2.1-Scpt. Temptation is toward over in- volvement in trivial affairs of neighbors, acqnintances. Mind- ing your own business may be a fine act. LIBRA (Srpt. 23-Ocl. I Pleasure beckons make sure you've cleared all real obliga- ii u >nv -in- lions before you respond. Full 'Ihers' disii'ac'r lmdcrslallding' of time and plans is more impor- tant Ihan most eople realize. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Caution is in order; deviations from cuslom attract definite corrections, perhaps discom- fort. Consider your long-range essential chores and details are atlended to. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Your finest attire and best foot forward work best. Star' early, to be out front and ahead of the crowd. AQUARIUS (.Ian. 20-Fcb. Your money squirms to es- cape your wallet as all soils of worthy or al least plausible I (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) Use the time for practice of un- familiar tasks. CANCKfi (June 21-Jlilv welfare first. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Drc. Pursue social contacts, An isotope Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Kim Buttrick, age 13, of Charles- ton, West Virginia, for her question: What is meant by an isotope? Haste may clear prematurely I make friends, redeem past fa- some opening for progress. A vors received s you make sure LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Type of arthritis with wide effects Drar Dr. Lamb T am 37 years old. When T about J2 vcars old, I was shot with a "BB" gun above the eye. I am quiie certain the shot (cop- per) remained in the skin be- cause I user' to be able to feel what it felt like. T have had rhemna'.dd arthritis for over !4 years and have had many medical examinations but nev- er mentioned the shot before. My qje.s'iion is could the copper in the shot in my sys- tem be in any way related lo the rheumatoid ar f h r i t i s or what effect, if any, could the joints. In certain cases where deformities have occurred, sur- gery can be very useful. T would like to recommend to you [be services of The U.S. Arthritis Foundation, a non- profit organization formed to help people with arthritis. The organizalion works with doc- lors and community leaders. They help support arthr i t i s clinics that integrate all the different specialty areas need- ed and even home care pro- grams. Some family doctors like lo have their patients seer by a specialized clinic, geared copper have on the helP "itn tlle complex prob- Jly health seems to be gen- j palient. erally poor. Dear Render All the peo- ple who wear copper bracelets to ''cure arthritis" would be very distressed at your sugges- tion, I doubt the small shot lias significant effect on your body or your health. Such cluiics can often provide services or have facilities that the family doctor may not be able to support from his offi e facility. A doctor who wishes to use these services for his pa- tients can do so by contacting his nearest Arthritis Founda- j tion Chapter by checking list- Yes. 1 understand lhaf you j ings in the telephone books of probably feel in poor health in larger cities or the nearest general r.nd Ujat isn't too sur- j chapter can IK located through prising. Khcumaloid arthritis is more than just a disease of the Joints It decs cause fatigue and in many people a feeling of gen- eralized illness. H affects the whole body. A low grade fever is common. It is a serious dis- ease and deserves careful at- tention to prevent deforrr.ilies and to help a person lead as normal a life as possible. It is important that the per- son with rheumatoid the services of the Arthritis Foundation, 1212 Avenue of the Americas, New York, N.Y, 1003G. The chapters also have valuable literature for patients who need to learn more about arthritis. receive adequate medical at- tention. Much can be done. This includes measures to preienl deformities. It is important to learn the SERVICE PAYS SYDNEY, Australia (Reuter) A leading restaurant here plans to introduce a system arthritis j UT1der which diners will riot be presented with a will be asked to pay what they think their meal was worth. Said the manager: "IX you provide top service and good value, people best way to try to maintain a are more than happy to pay- full range of motion for all the i well for if." GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [i mi: bi The Chkego Tribune] Bolli vulnerable. West deals. NORTH IIK873 ?9876 5 A A S 1 3 WEST EAST A B.i QJ J 2 OPP LI'L ABNER-By Al Copp VI BECAUSE CF OUR -TREMBLE f-LOVE S ACKNOWLEDGE YOU rm You'll never I regret it- Have you broads had any experience uaith crime? "VAHDLAS WE STOLE NOUR WHEELS FROM That's OUST PWHAT Stuff-J 00 I mean r VOU I MEAN, MASTER? ARCHIE-By Bob Montana YOU CAN'T TAKE I'M TAKING VRENCH n. SPANISH AND 1VOU HAVENT I'D LIKE TO 4 HAD TAKE FRENCH FRENCH I.' TOO WHAT I WANT.' 1 FRENCH I AND SPANISH TOO.' j TvE3.' iHjl WANT SEE...YOU'RE ITAKING ENGLISH H. BECAUSE r'ENGLISH I YOU'VE AND FREMCH1 ENGLISH I.'VAND SPAMISH I, TOO: HI AND LOlS-By Dlk Browne Mi's spokesman !denies reports N.Y. (Afi-A spokesman for Muhammad AM has denied rcporls lhaf the for- m e r heavyweight champion will fight California heavy- weight Mac Foslcr in Tokjo tills November. 'Thorn are negotiations go- ing on nith a lol ot different promoters, bul I here's been nothing signed yel.'' said Rob- ert Anmi, Ihe lawyer who han- dles the contrac-l arrnngeinenls for 'he ex-champ. THANKS FOR THROWING OUT THIS DIET BOOKLET; FUGSTON. IT'S JUST WHAT FITCH HAS BEEN SINMNS DOWN A LITTLE MORE THAN USUAL LATELY SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal 1 DIDN'T SEE BORIS PUNT-say. RUSTY STAUB ON FIELDING When goes ficld? More than you mialit Rmly Slouh tHK why fielding ii a lot niOro than coldiing llin hall. Ihn except from John Roberlion's book. Rusty Slaub Of Trc Expos. SKY DIV6RS Cnlch Ihe fool of in the scrips ol naintingi by Toronto's John Mnrrlon, (M-, Snlurcloy in WcnV- :nd Mncjniinc. Two popes of or drawings of sky n1 work mid p'ny. IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HLRAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE BUGS BUNNY KNOW -'M WOT I TO GOSSIP, ELSIE, BUT r I JUST HAVE TO TELL. VOU I N ;