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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 10, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON FRIDAY, SEPT. 11 Your birthday today: A year of optimistic expansion begins, in which you can take advantage of changing condi- tions. What some see as loss seems to you liberation. Your career efforts progress. As this is a year for becoming a whole human being, emo- tional and intuitive growth is expected. Today's natives are imaginative and enjoy telling long complicated sto- ries. ARIES (March 21-April This is a career-building day. Estimates by other people are favorable. The temptation is to promise and to spend top much. Romance can be poi- gnantly happy. TAUIIUS (April 20 Hay Seek advice from teclinicai ex- perts. Partnership ventures are much encouraged. Deal with distant contacts or their local representatives. GEMINI (May 21 June This is a very interesting day, according to how much you s tr i v e to grow. Knowledge is THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAO Early Treatment Is Best For Temporal Arteritis By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Q _, In what way docs cliso- dium edetate help arterioscler- osis? Is it available yet? A This drug is given to bind the calcium in the blood when two rcuch calcium is present in the tissues including the arteries. It is available on prescription as Endrate or So- dium Versenate. Q I have temporal arter- itis. What is tte cause and treatment? A The cause of this in- flammation of the temporal ar- tery in the skull is not known. It is rare in persons who are under 55 and is characterized by pain and soreness to touch in the temporal region. If corti- sone is given early in the course of the disease and continued for six weeks, the condition is us- ually cured. Q A .physical training teacher said that standing on one's head is good for harden- ing of the arteries. Is tin's true? Would it have any harmful ef- fects? A Standing On one's head will increase the blood supply to the brain but will not im- prove cerebral arteriosclerosis. If continued for more than four or five minutes, it may cause unconsciousness. Q What is the difference between polyarteritis nodosa and periarteritis nodosa? Can they be cured? A These are two namss for tie same disease. The cause is unknown but it is rarely seen in anyone under 30. Drugs of the cortisone group give the best chance of improvement but they must be used with caution in victims of this disease. Q I have had agamma- globulinemia since 1957. I get an injection of gamma globulin every week. Are there any pills I could take instead? A Your shortage of natural gamma globulin increases your susceptibility to Infection. There is no drug you can take by mouth for this but the injection FOR DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thaught OUR NEW NUMBER 327-4581 of an adequate amount every four weeks should be sufficient. Q _ My doctor says I have a blood clot in my leg. He was going to operate but after he took some x-rays he said the circulation in my leg Was com- pletely blocked and nothing could be done. He says gan- grene will set in. Can't anything be done to prevent this' A In recent years surgeons have successfully removed these clots. The sooner the op- eration is performed the better but some legs have been saved after a week has elapsed. always applicable. The evening brings a brief, important op- portunity. CANCER (June 21 July Pursue both financial and emo- tional satisfaction today. Your expansive mood inspires co-op- eration. You attract new con- tacts, strengthen old ties. LEO (July 23 Aug. Get busy and follow the plans you set. Some bit of luck is at work now, particularly if you do not let last-minute opinions of associates disarrange your choices. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Now is the time to break out of your accustomed habits, try something new. Definite pro- gress in building for future happiness is indicated. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. General good fortune is in the atmosphere, provided you are up and doing and willing to re- ceive it. You must make ac- tual use of the advantageous circumstances. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. You seldom waste time or let pleasure seeking urges take you off course, but now you just might do both. Romantic interests hold quiet optimism. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Today brings you a per- sonal satisfaction, vindication you cannot quite share. Check up on matters you do not fully understand. Your money is all too readily spent now. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your friends bring you luck, opportunity. Caution with money is indicated, but also unexpected progress. There seems no great need for changes of plans. AQUARIUS (Jan: 20 Feb. Now your affairs turn a corner, take a different direc- tion with promising prospects. Much can be done with discre- tion, or by others working for you quietly. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Make your bid for recognition in any publishing or legal mat- ters, any iisiie on which you want to be on record. It's an excellent day for optimistic ef- fort. Says Offer To Serve Party In 1967 Rejected OTTAWA Diefen- baker said Wednesday his 1967 offer of his services to the Con- servative party was ignored. "I laid everything I had on the altar of my the for- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN W br Thi Chtcaio Trlbowi Both vulnerable., East deals. NORTH AQ OS62 AK10M1- WEST EAST A A10 S A 9 S 31 V 10 9653 "v> Q 8 2 OS SOOTH AKJ76I OAKI05S The bidding! East Sooth Wen Korrt Pass Fuss 3 0 Pass 4 Pass 4 0 Pass 4 Nt Pass 5 0 Pass e 0 Pass Pass Past Opening lead: Three ot With an assist from Lady tuck, South salvaged a shaky clam contract in diamonds that was thrust on him by a partner who took charge the bidding. We have BB quarrel with North's Jump shift response of three clubs inasmuch si 'his hand it worth 19 points including a good suit. The decision to bid a slam with three card trump supported headed only the nine, was an indiscretion la our opinion. Instead of using Black- wood, a meaningless gesture in this instance, North should have bid three hearts over three diamonds, to show first round control over that suit. Now whatever South does next, North should be content to give a mere preference in diamonds and leave the final decision to partner. West chose to open three ot club: and the king was played from dummy. The outlook for the declarer was was confronted with a certain spade loser and considerable luck would be lequired to bring in the diamond suit without casualty. The deuce of diamonds Was led at trick two, East fol- lowed with the four, South played the eight and West the five. Having surmounted ths initial hurdle, declarer doned trumps temporarily work on his side suit. A spade was led toward tha queen and taken by West's ace. The latter shifted to heart and the king waj played from dummy. The six of diamonds was put thru and covered by East's jack and South's king. The king and jack spades were cashed and a small spade ruffed with the nine of diamonds. Fortu- nately for South, East fo> lowed suit each time. Tha acs of clubs was cashed on which declarer discarded his remaining epade and a small club was ruffed, bringing him down to two sama num- ber held by East. A heart la the ace put the dummy in at trick 12 and on the return, East's queen-seven of dia. monds was caught under South's ace-ten giving the declarer the last two tricks and his contract. HOMEOWNERS Get the money you need, with a mortgage loan to: PAY OFF OLD DEBTS If monthly payments on old debts are too high, let us help with a mortgage loan, with monthly payments to fit your budget REMODEL YOUR HOME Build on that extra room, remodel your kitchen, put in a recreation room MAKE MAJOR PURCHASES such as a new car, boat or trailer For fast service, favourable terms on mortgage loans, call on Canada's number one financial services company, where skilled, helpful counsellors are at your service. FINANCIAL SERVICES "We Believe in You" Street South.......327-3107 or call the Avco Office near you Mortgage Mgr. Avco Financial Services 1 would like more information about your mortgage loans Name----------------------------------------------------------------- Address_____________________________________ .Phone. mer prime minister told report- ers. No reponse had ever been made, he said. Mr. Diefenbaker was replaced as party leader in 1967 by Rob- ert Stanfield. Mr. Diefenbaker called re- porters to his office to explain why he wUl not attend today's Conservative caucus of MPs on the issue of party unity and other matters. Mr. Diefenbaker said he has never attended caucus because any disagreement with the leader would only serve to em- barrass Mr. Staiifield. He said there was nothing se- cret about the Saskatoon meet- ing of Prairie MPs which he at- tended and at which complaints about Mr. Stanfield's leadership were expressed. He said the meeting was ad- vertised on the bulletin board oi the Bessborough Hotel in Saska- toon where the meeting was held. "A closed meeting is not a se- cret he said. Mr. Diefenbaker also said "unusual interest" is being shown once more in the party by Dalton Camp, the man who led the successful revolt againsl his leadership. He said Mr. Camp is trying to dominate the party. Fisherman Spurs Interest In Boundary ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) States attorney Doug Baily said here the skipper ol a Canadian fishing vessel will not ha charged with violat- ing U.S. territorial waters. The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Confidence seized the long-line fishing boat about 1.3 miles ofl Cape Muzon on Dall Island Monday. The location is 5! miles southwest of Ketchikaii on the southernmost tip of the Panhandle. Mr. Baily said this fishing violation might be different from most because it may in- volve a boundary dispute. The coast guard said the boat had 12 tons of halibut aboard. The captain, who will not be charged, was identified as Den- nis Smith of Prince Rupert. The Canadian government has indicated a special interest in the case. The border dispute involves a line running between the mainland and Cape Muzon. Lumber Firm Officials Face Fraud Charge MEDICINE HAT officials of Maser Lumber Ltd. elected trial by judge and jury when they appeared in magis- trate's court Wednesday on 15 charges of fraud and other counts. George Maser, Harvey Maser and Maser Lumber Ltd. are charged jointly with six charges of fraud, five charges of intent to deceive, one charge of forgery of a trade mark and three charges of illegal posses- sion of an instrument designed for use in forging a trademark. Pr.eliminary hearing was set for Sept. 24. The defendants were re- leased on their own recogniz- ance. LARGE SALES Textiles sales of Dalton, Ga., are more than an- nually. EVERYONE ALWAYS HOW THE FIRST PAY OF SCHOOL lilASlUHO CARES? IT'S THE PAY OF SCHOOL THAT COUNTS! IT'S THAT FINAL RETORT! IT'S THAT OL' DIPLOMA! ITS THATOL'SRATC! IT'S THAT Ot.' SHEEPSKIN! IT'S.. MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman WE'RE SEEING THE LAST OF THAT OKIE, WALTER, THE BRIDGE IS OUT Chic Yonng BEETLE Mort Walker t CANT WOPK WlTI-t IT. FUZZ. TflE MEN APE A MAM'S DEFIANT. THE JL CMAEACTEE CAPTAlM EXPECTS TOO MUCM OF Ate YELLS AT MS. I'M HOMESICK. POU-TINlS PKNE5 ME jAHDTHsrfs W 9-9 on A UX Al Capp DON'T J MEAUTHEOLD STAY IM THIS FASH1PMED CORU-DISHUN--) KlklD HE'S WLOADIH'HIS W-PEESTOCK''.'- HEGOTPLENTY TO HE'S REfA ARKABW DFW, DON'T VOL1 THINK? Bob Montana IT'S CAUED L'TROMP SOSH.'N THAT'S FRENCH THIS IS A I FOR. "727 FOOL 1 COOL A. THE STILL TO EVERYTHING IW IT S PAINTED SO REALISTICALLY....YOU CANT TELL IT FROM THE REAL THINS.' HI AND Brawn. SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal SftND HERE AND YOU GO OVER THERE. THEN VbU RUN BACK AND MONK Me OVER 1HE HEAD WITH IfoUROUB. SOME MEN CAN'T DO ANYTHING WHEKYOUtai. TrlBM BUGS BUNNY THESE URANIUM PETECTOKS AIN'T SH.LIN' AT ALL! 1 WONPEK IF I SHOULP O' STUCK T' POTATO PEELERS ;