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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Soplembtr 9, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON Your birthday today: Ex- cept for a dramatic change of course about halfway through the year, this will be a year of meaningful work and re- wards. You must strive to divest yourself of nonproduc- tive sidelines, bad habits, time -'wasting relationships. Today's natives have a knack for sensing what the public needs, do well in writing, act- ing, or politics. AU1ES (March 21-Aprll THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAO Arteriosclerosis Is Gradual Process By WAYNE G: BIUNDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Q _ Does anything In one'! diet contribute to hardening o the arteries? What are the symptoms? Is there any way to prevent it A Abnormally high levels of such normal constituents o: the blood as cholesterol and tri- glycerides cause arteriosclero- sis or hardening of the arteries A diet in the saturated fatty acids (found chiefly in egg yolk and meat fats) will cause an increase in these blood levels. Arteriosclerosis is a very gradual process that starts a birth but progresses faster in some persons than in others and, in a given person, fastei in some vital organs than ii others. The symptoms depenc on the organs involved. In tte brain it may cause little strokes; in the heart, coronary Cafe Owner Not Amused By Film MONTREAL (CP) Kenny Wong, owner of a large subur- ban restaurant, thought the Montreal-made movie comedy Deux Femmes En Or was pretty funny, on the whole. But he was not amused by a scene in which a young man, delivering Chinese food in a car Trith an illuminated "Kenny Wong Restaurant" roof sign, has his clothes ripped off by the two young starlets while trying frantically to escape from their apartment. Mr. Wong's lawyer, J. Paul Gagnon, demands in a letter to Onyx Film Inc., that the scene be cut from the movie within 10 days "or an injunction as well as damage action will be taken against you." The film was described as "prejudicial to our client and his business." Mr. Wong said representa- tives of the movie company had asked to borrow one of his car roof signs "to be used in a traf- fic show or something like that. The fiim, dealing with the sexual adventures of two house- wives, was produced by Pierre Latny and directed by Claude Fournier. Approve Plans For U of A Arts Building EDMONTON (CP) The board of governors' building committee has given prelimin- ary approval for plans for the University of Alberta's second building. Plans for the million building will be submitted to the Universities Commission and the capital development committee of the provincial government. Tenders were expected to be called in October with comple- tion expected early in 3972." heart disease and in the kidney it is a forerunner of ssvere hy pertension (high blood pres In addition to keeping your cholesterol level down yo should avoid smoking, becom ing overweight and, if youi blood pressure is high, get your doctor to prescribe an antihy pertensive drug. Q father diccl of ha dening of the arteries and noi my brother, 55, has it. Is tbi hereditary A Heredity does play part in causing this disease, bu by avoiding the other causa Uve factors you can greatly in prove your chances of escapin it. Q Will lecithin or rattle snake venom help a person wh has hardening of the arteries? A Lecithin will help to low er high blood cholesterol lev el but large doses of niacin ar more effective for this purpose Alt h o u g h rattlesnake venom will cause a sharp drop in blooi pressure, it is not recommend ced as a treatment of arterio- sclerosis. Q I have hardening of the arteries. Is it safe for me tc take calcium lactate tablets? A You may take this druu in the amount recommended b; your doctor to maintain th strength of your bones with per feet safety. Q I have artcrlosclcrosi and am taking Roniacol. Is thi the best treatment for it? dan arteriosclerosis cause head aches? A Arteriosclerosis is one o many causes of headache. Ron iacol is often given to persons with this disease to improve the general circulation. Heart Surgery Patient Back Playing Golf TORONTO (CP) Rev. Edward Madigan, the 50- year-old Roman Catholic priest who received a new heart in a transplant opera- tion here last April, has started golfing again. Father Madigan played golf last Sunday for the first time since the operation, although doctors told him not to play for another couple of weeks. "I'll have eight doctors on my he said. "There'll be hell to pay if this gets in tile papers." Father Madigan said he has been making steady pro- gress since his release from hospital in late July and nas been working part-time at St. Monica's his parish for the last 13 years. Father Madigan said he tried not to exert himself too much on the golf course, spending much of the time in a golf cart. "It feels good to be back on the golf course he said. "But, just write in the papers that I was out riding in a golf cart to get some fresh air." WE'RE MOVING We ore preparing to move to our new location in the Centre Village Mall HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ARE NOW REDUCED TO CLEAR Check Our Bargain Bar of Super Savings! Hers U an example: SUMMER CLOTHING Assorted coats for ladies, nMsr children, men and boys From BATHING SUITS to SUMMER JACKETS NOW REDUCED TO 1 REG. PRICE 426 6th STREET SOUTH Consultations are appropriate. Present your suggestions for improvi n g work conditions, your environment. Earnings in- crease with self improvement. TAURUS (April 20-May Carry on with yesterday's pro- gram. Personal projects move forward fluently. News from many places comes together in patterns of special meaning. GEMINI (May 21-June Concentrate on things which promise to have lasting results. Ask for advancement where you feel that you've earned it. Help older people with their problems. CANCER (June 21-July Co operative endeavors con- tinue to promise well. Put all your energy into the important matters. 'Ae evening hours bring some intriguing dis- covery. LEO (July 23-Aug. Your financial interests should be re- viewed and perhaps revised. Older people respond well to suggestions, help them clarify their concerns. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Get started early, follow your intuition on previous ideas. Your better planned schemes advance readily. Results come from unexpected directions. Celebrate this evening. LIBRA (Sept. 23 -Oct. You can do something to in- crease the value of your prop- erty. If you are an agent for Hie sale or distribution of other people's resources today can be memorable. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Group ventures move mor smoothly as more people enter the scene. Your persuasiv powers build up. Short journey; produce results. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec The deals you make today tend to have lasting effects Health care efforts are im portant, possibly overdue. Re solve to change to sounde habits. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jsa Much of today's succes depends on how well you car present your side of the story Your morale should be good generously pass on your cheer fulness. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Don't tatoe the spotlight o indulge in boasting. Quiet ef forts are best. Something can be attained through brief trav els. Spend time to relieve fam ily pressures. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Sentimental interest distract, you from routine. Just ge busy and attend to first thing first. Quite a lot of help and en couragement is available. Drug Abuse Battle Shows Progress WASHINGTON (AP) A fed- eral drug-fighter says the United States has turned the corner in its struggle against drug abuse. Eugene T. Rossides said in an interview President Nixon has Government Has Budget Surplus OTTAWA (CP) Federal ac- counts closed on the 1969-70 fin- ancial year with a budget sur- plus of million from reve- nue of million and ex- penditure of million. The final accounting for the year ended last March 31, re- leased by the finance depart- ment, shows tha first budget surplus in 13 years. The deficit n the previous year amounted a million. The budget for the current fis- cal year, revised in June, calls lor a surplus of million on revenue of million and spending of million. made progress toward cutting down both supply of and de- mand for illegal drugs. "We had a drug problem In the '50s that became a drug cri sis in the he said. "We have now arrested the downfall slide and turned the corner." Rossides, the department's chief enforcement officer re- sponsible for keeping illega drugs out of the U.S., pointed to recent diplomatic efforts am stepped-up border policing. "We can substantially curtail the flow of drugs into this eoun he said. "But no matter how successful we are, a cer tain amount of drugs and pills will slip through." Ha said Turkey, origin o about 80 per cent of U.S. heroin had reduced to seven from 2i the number of provinces in which opium poppies can be cul rivaled legally. Also aimed at reducing the supply of drugs is the govern ment's program of stepped-up border policing, in operation three months. 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