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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J.6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 11, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, SEPT. 12 Your birthday today: You are going to really stretch yourself to cope with the complex situations of the year ahead. There are so many things to attend to, so many adjustments, the year will be past before you real- ize it. Take on a self- improvement program that will have immediate applica- tion in your regular work, or add a profitable sideline. There will be deepening ties of affection. Today's natives ar hard workrs who use their talents well if there is anything to gain. ARIES (March 21-April Keep your dose associates in mind as you pursue new op- portunity. New people are gen- erally helpful. Keep track of details, as there are no short cuts today. TAURUS (April 20-May Major changes are not indi- cated now. Fill in finer details, small improvements. It's a happy d a y of adjustment and exploration of good fellowship. GEMINI (May 21 June Your curiosity should come awake in the dawn get busy and find out the answers you need. Creative enterprises thrive; serious study brings you prspective. CANCEU (June 21 July Everything gets off to a good start and keeps going well. At- tend the many little chores you've put off for the weekend, so you're free to enjoy the eve- ning. LEO (July 23 Aug. Make it a day of gentle expe- rince. Find the subtle nuances of communication with people you care about. Take pleasure in doing neglected routines. VIUGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your early feeling is that this is an unsettling day but if you busy yourself with what has to be done, it all levels out very nicely. Then you can make op- timistic plans. LIliKA (Sept. 23 Oct. Attend your weekend chores, actions on behalf of children and family. Much is to be gain- ed later by completing every- thing you can now. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Put your original ideas into op- eration, making few changes. Improve your property, get rid of useless possessions, so you can enjoy what you do want to keep. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Expand your horizons, seek new sights, new people. Using your mind turns out to be profitable. With your friends, find pleasant entertain- ment this evening. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Stay busy today with an overhaul campaign. Get all your projects settled so you are free for bigger schemes tliis coming week. Plan to im- prove your resources. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Everybody wants to- be helpful and noticed. Be socia- ble as you clear away chores. New ideas in the midst of your efforts bring impatience to get finished. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Begin early with a list of what is to be done, starting with the most neglected. Be selective, as this opportunity is not likely to return. 1970, Newsday, Inc. Heavy Beer Drinkers Face Serious Heart Trouble Risk LONDON (CP) Heavy beer drinkers face a serious risk of heart trouble if their drink contains cobalt sul- phate, Dr. Yves Morin of Q u e b e c' s Laval University warned Wednesday. Speaking at a plenary ses- sion at the Sixth World Con- gress of Cardiology, he said the danger of the sulphate, used as an additive to stabi- lize the head on ales, was first discovered in Quebec in 1966. Since then, a Canadian law ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 was passed forbidding the use of the additive in beer produc- tion. Morin .said in a period of three weeks, 48 men and two women were admitted to hos- piatl. Twenty died within 24 hours of admission. Tests showed the patients were suffering from cobalt cardiomyopathy, a complaint attacking the arteries and muscles of the heart. All were heavy beer drink- ers, averaging about 20 pints a day. One man regularly drank 40 pints a day. Similar cases occurred in the United States and Belgium when beer had a high cobalt content. About cardiologists are attending the six-day con- gress, held every four years. THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAQ All Barbiturates Are Habit Forming By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. WHEW WR ARTHRITIS 15 MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman IVE CHECKED THIS BWK STATEMENT OUR RECORDS, MARGARET. AND IT'S BUT, PEG M1UV, THE BANK SAYS WE HAVE MORE MONEY THAN I DO. LET FT 60, CECIL... EVERYONE5 ENTITLED TO A MISTAKE ONCE IN AWHILE. {HAT MAKES ME FURIOUS! KNOW WE COUI.DNT HAVE MADE A Chic Yonng BONUS PHOTO Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! Get this, snapshooters who love to share color prints! Leave your next roll of cartridge of exposed Kodacolor film with us for BONUS PHOTO processing. Get an extra wallet print with every regular print Makes sharing easyl (Available foi square-she Kodacolor film, 126, 620.) VICTUAL SIZE PHINTS SQUARE AND ew SQUARE) VALUABLE COUPON OFF ON YOUR NEXT BONUS PHOTO Kodacolor Photofinishing Order from square size negatives only. (only one coupon 1o any order -please) 50c Take this coupon to any of these lelhbridge Dealers TERRY BLAND'S PHOTOGRAPHY 710 3rd Avenue 327-2673 BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. 1644 Mayor Moqralli Drive-Phono 328-3760 SKELTON'5 PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY LTD. 424 Mayor Muqrolll Prlve-Phono 328-3565 STUBBS PHARMACY LTD. '1506 9th Avenue S.-Phbne 328-5512 WESTMINISTER DRUG LTD. Westminster Shopping 328-7833 Q What are the harmfn effects of using phenobarbital A All barbiturates are habit-forming. They depress the nervous system, so 'a very larg: dose may cause unconscious ness. This effect is heightenec when alcohol, also a nervous system depresent, is present in the body. Barbiturates also in terfere with the normal periods of dreaming during sleep so ftat, although your muscles are [ully relaxed, your nervous sys- ;em is not. Q Is it harmful to drink coffee take phenobarbital on the same day? A No. But the effects ol caffeine, a stimulant, anc phenobarbital, a sedative, are antagonistic and to a degree cancel each other out. Q My husband's hands and elbows are chapped and the skin is very rough. He has tried all kinds of creams and lotions without success. What is the cause and is there any rem- edy? A The cause may be a de- ficiency of oil in the skin, ex- posure of the damp skin to cold, excessive dryness of the air in which your husband works or something he comes in contact with at his work. Before pre- scribing any treatment, every effort should be made to pin- point the cause and eliminate it- Q What can be done for a calcified aneurysm of the aorta? A An aneurysm is a bulg- ing out of the wall of an artery. When the artery involved is the aorta, surgical repair is some- times attempted. In the acute stage (first too or three however, the safest treatment is bed rest in a hos- pital and the slow intravenous (drip) injection of a blood pres- sure reducer and a tranquih'zer. Q My d r u g g i s t recom- mended Empirin for my head- ache. It contains phenacetin which I have heard is danger- ous. What do you think? A Empirin contains as- pirin, phenacetin and caf- feine. Kidney damage may occur when this compound or phenacetin alone is taken in large doses daily. Q Is aspirin constipating? A No. Q What are the side ef- fects of the antidepressant, Aventyl? A Dry mouth, drowsiness, dizziness, tremors, constipa- tion, mental confusion, blurred vision, fast pulse, easy fa- tigability, sweating, insomnia and headache, to list a few. SEEK CHINESE AID RAWALPINDI (AP) Paki- s t a n 's naval commander-in chief is to visit China soon t seek aid for "Pakistan's agin leet" The Pakistan Times says Vice-Admiral Muzaffar Hasan' visit be the first of an 'akistan navy chief to China le government-backed Time aid. All seven destroyers am ites in the Pakistan flee are more than 25 years old. IP I'MGOINSTO I'f NEED A LITTLE V. EXTRA MONEY FOR MARKETING THIS WEEK, T DEAR DASWOOP BUMSTEAO, t WANT YOU TO KNOW I'AM VERY BKETLE Mort Walker SLENM MILLER CONCERT HAS gEEN CANC6U.EP TO BPINe YOU A LECTURE LT FUZZ ON "THE smM THAT WOH US Tfe BATTLE OF TIFPECANOE" U'L ABNER-By Al Capp GOREN ON BRIDGE By CHARLES H. GOUEN U mis w Tit ciian THMM) North-South North deals. NORTH A AST OAT 18 3 8 3 WEST EASr A A Q si 2 OJ62 0 10 9 4 J SOUTH AK65 OKQ8S The bidding: North East Soots West Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Opening lead: Five of O A simple holdup play would (lave provided South, the declarer at three no trump with the means to overcome an alert defender in today's band. West opened the five of hearts, a small heart was played from dummy, East put up the ten and South won, the trick with tha jack. Tha dummy was entered with the ace of diamonds to lead the ten of clubs, East rose with the ace to return the three of hearts. South played the queen, and when VYest cov- ered with the King, he was permitted to hold the trick. A third round of hearts cleared the suit as East discarded a spade. South had only eight tricks at this point two spades, (wo hearts, three diamonds and one club. In order It establish a ninth he led a club to the king in his hand hoping to drop the queen behind hjmt if West had started with a doubleton. When that card held firm, he continued with] another club. West was in and hs pro. ceeded to cash out two mora heart tricks, sending his opponent down to defeat. Ha praised his partner for alertly putting up tha ace of clubs clear the heart suit, thereby i preserving West's entry in clubs. North jiointed out that South could have prevented effective cooperation in es- tablishment of the heart suit by severing his line of communications. All he had to do, is to duck tha first trick permitting East to Win with the ten of hearts. Observe that declarer retains two stoppers in the suit, for when East continues with tha three, West may cover tha jack with his king to dislodgo North's ace however South still had the queen. Now when the ten of is led, if East plays the ace, he has no heart left withi which to clear the suit. If ha ducks permitting West to win the trick with his queen, tha latter 'becomes entryless and is unable to run the once they tecome estab- lished. In the event that East does t have a third hcsrt, declares i is safe, for with the suit t dividing four-three, the I fenders can take a maximum j of two hearts and two clubi 1 on the deal. BUGS BUNNY I HEAR A NOISE DOWW STAIRS! SO SEE IF IT'S A BURSLAR; 'MNNFT; -VJHEHUFEGKKKITIH'f. MflLSHW GRAND-A SAFE FUM MEi! GAMEO HIDEAM1 I--X--3 MOSTBEPLAYIK1' TRICKS OK! SAID AH GOTTA I OUT." HE'S BEIN1' THERE'S 1 PLEWTV MORE WHERE HE CAME FROM- CAm'TFIMDVORE Ll'L GRANDSON NOWHAR.'. Bob Montana I HEARD ARCH IE TELL J JUSHEAD WHY ARE THERE'S A YOU HIDING? BAT IN HIS ROOM! AH-HA-HA-HA-HA.' HE MEAWT A TRY THIS.' YOU CAN'T HIT A BAT A BAT.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik IT SURE BEATS ME HOW HE CAN CATCH ANVTHiNS WITH THIS THINS ON HIS HEAD HORT HIBS-By Frank O'Neal AS. A MATTER OF'FACT, I'VE BEEN eoiNSTHRQUBH ABOUT TWO AXES A PAY, ;