Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKAID Monday, September 13, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TUESDAY, SEPT. 14 Your birthday today: Suc- cessful normal existence, in- C'lutling many bright momenls of emotional satisfaction, ex- periments on career projects, further studies are promised for this year. Today's na- lives generally have menial ialeiils, specialized personal interests, but are not always very praciieal. A1UES (March 21-April Material interests are favored, sc take brisker initiative. Top an aclivc day com- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. reasons Many for Hair Loss Dear Dr. Lamb My bus- band is losing his hair. He has a constant itch and has tried totally cor- pect this is not reel observation.) ll j get itchy Irani being dry from too many sham- kinds of shampoos for dan- 1 poos Every once in awnilc jn druff. He has gone lo a derma- tologist and gotten treatment and the doctors said he had no skin or scalp disorder. Doctor, what can be causing this? He is a very nervous person and he is the type that his body needs hair on the head or nothing matters. In other words, he has a phobia against losing his hair. He lias had a complete checkup. Heart, blood and boiv- els are O.K. Do vou know what Is causing his problem7 Dear Reader No. I don't. There are many reasons for loss of hair. A common cause, though, is excessive treatment. This includes too many sham- poos and dandruff treatments. There is no shampoo that pre- vents baldness regardless of nbal exaggerated advertising claims you may have read- Some people think lhat bald- ness is associated with virility. You might make your husband feel better by telling him that. It is. of course, true that men are more apt lo he bald than women. Aristotle, who was bald himself, noted that castrated men did not get bald. (I sus- medicine (and this is especially true of the skin and hair) the best thing to do is leave well enough alone. Tell your hus- band not k, scratch his head, not to overcomb it, and wash it Dnce a week or less with a very mild shampoo. plele rest, abstinence, and med- ication. TAURUS (April 20-Mny There's just enough of fln ob- stacle to provoke you into a really healthy efforl, but try to avoid upsetting sensitive peo- ple. Leave the aflernoon and evening open. GUM1N1 (May June Strive for an even balance the serenity of clear knowledge should project outward for all. See old times, past crises in i context, deeper understanding. I CANCER (Juno 21-jllly New contracts at hand have to he settled promptly and early. if things dor.'t come readily to conclusion, leave off and try again another day. LEO (July 23 Practicality turns out to be the main consideration, even to the point of falling short of an idealistic commitment made a long time ago. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. All eyes turn to what you are How you fare depends on your recent choices, but there's no lo judge from today's events what the even- tual outcome will be. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Social contacts compete with business opportunity. See that you don't skip over one right in Front of your nose. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Add to your resources and re- serves. Strive for a middle course and stay in production. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Future plans hang on de- Uils settled isday. Seek sup- porters for your ideas; sign them up for definite commit- ment wherever you have de- tails worked out. C1PIUCOKN (Dec. 22-Jan. At a low point in your ma- terial cycle, you none-the-less get some special encourage- ment. Take a break this after- noon for meditation, prayer. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Routine may not intrigue but you have quite a lot of it to work out. Now is a better time than most. PISCES (Fclj. 19-niarch You can convert desirable tem- porary conditions into more per- manent form early today. Be satisfied with verified progress. HOU CAN ItlE K TWKOU6H WE NEVER EVEN 5TARTEP! TUMBtEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN WELL.1 HAM ANP 0EANS, THE MULE SKINNERS' GIAPT'SEE YA, FELLAS! WCU-? PON'T J IS'STANP THEREI... STUPIP! HOW MANY TIMES I GOTTA HEU-YA: WHEN SOMEPOPY SPEAKS TO YOU YA GOTTA SPEAK FBR CRY'N OUTtOUP.1 AIN'T VOU NEVER 60MNA LEARN CHSrWY TWARPS YER FELLA BtONDIE-By Chic Young Bridge results Dupllcntt Bridge Clubs Winners: Ausiuf Thursday Nignl D.B.C, N.5. 1. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson, O, Soice and L. Smilh, a. G. AAnnak N. Patson. E.W 1. D F. Michaels anrf w. lumsleln, Mr. and Mrs. B. Nilsson, 3. R. Miron and J. Anderson. IP, Thursday Night D.D.C. N.S. 1. Mr and Mrs. W. Winter, 1. R. Mli-cm and J. Anderson, 3. M. R. Artr-Biek and W. Walers. E.W. 1. H. Balcovske and C. W. Chi- cnester, 2. AAr and W. McDon- ald. 3. E. Culler and R. Hadlinglon. Lflh bridge Friday Nigh I D B.C. will open for (he season en Friday Aug. 27 wilt, B special evenl Open Pairs Club Tournament Trophy night. The Hamilton Wednesday Nlqhl D. B. club will open For trie season on Sept. 1st. All clubs p'ay a I Ha mi Men Jr. High School al 8 p m. New players are very welcome by Mrs. M. Sania director. Dcar Dr. Lamb About five months ago. I underwent rec- lal surgery for the incision drainage of an ischio rectal abscess. The proctologist also performed a filstulectomy as a result of this condition. What causes Ibis infection and how might I prevent a future recur- rence? Might this disease be a form of cancer and how serious a disease can or might it be' Dear Header There is a pocket on each side of the rec- tum just underneath the skin, filled with fat tissue. The blooc supply there is limited. Jusl as an abscess can form elsewhere IP the body under the skin, one can also develop there. The in- fection is nol so obvious, how- ever. As Ihe abscess enlarges, it eventually ruptures through the skin and drains or it may erode through the rectal wall and drain into Ihe rectum, causing a fistula. Like any olhcr abscess. Hie proper treat- ment is to open it and drain Ihe infection. If a fistula has formed from the abscess, lhat has lo be repaired, too. An ischio-rectal abscess is more likely to occur in middle- aged or older people or those whc are debilitated. Sometimes they follow injury, like a kick. They are not related to cancer in any way. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) WILL USE GUARDS KARACHI (AP) Pakistani Airlines has started using uni- formed, armed air guards on all international flights to deter hi- jackers, officials announced Fri- day. GOREN ON BRIDGE 3Y CHABLES H. GOREN re mi: Ir TN Chlun Trttmej BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AQICKJOS OAJ10964 J 9 The bidding has proceeded: Nort East South West 1 Fact 1 0 INT Piss .1 0 Past 1 NT Ptis 1 What do you bid now? no Irump, provided Vtrtncr will not construe It as Bbttwood old. THIS K Irilendcd u nlae of the no trump and Invitation tn bid a nlam 1C the two no tnimp was made on a mailmum. Your hand la not far TCIDOved from the equal of an bid Jn hlfrli cards and is eisUy ihe equivalent In ilrength. If partner had no ex- cess values he should pass and I the contract will certainly be I Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 475 Pass What do you bid now? Know that partner's riand IR not rich In honor slrenirth but possesses plenty of tnimp support and fine distribution. Since you have all the controls ynursrlf thh h not a hart rnmblt for spades, llespondcr Is also marked wllh a slnRlclon and If he happens [o have some little value In one of Ihe minor sulls you shnul'l luxe a splrmlld rhanco lo liold your losers to trick. DETROIT (AP) The FBI says the leader of the Michigan Ku Klux Klan, Hobert lliles, ar- rested in the bombing of 10 Poo> liac school buses, planned lo de- stroy Ihe rcsl. of Iho school dis- Iricl's vehicles with mortar sin-Ms. In an affidavit filed recently wilh the U.S. district court, the FBI .said Miles told associates Ihe tlay before he and five olher Klansmen were arrested lhat he planned to "knock out" a Pon- liac power station "ns a cover for destroying the rest of (lie school buses with mortar II was nol clear whether .Miles allegedly id.inncd to fire Iho sbclis inlo Ihe school bus parking dcpol from a morlar, or whelher Ihe shells lo be used in anolhcr way. Assistant U.S. Altorney Philip Vnn Dam indicolcd discovery of Ihe alleged mortar plot made tlw FBI move quickly to arrcsl Miles and the five other men for Ihe Aug. bus damage in Ihe Augusl bombing. Three days afler the incident, M new buses were delivered to [he school district. The affidavit Ihal revealed the alleged morlar piol UFJS filed in issuance of search wan-ant. Van Dam said Ihe warrants were given, but Ihnt lie rtid nol. know if agents "got what Ihcv were looking for" i He gave no indication what that was. I Information on llic alleged morlar plot "probably decided us lo make tho Van Dam said, allhoiiqh he claimed Ihe government bad ennuph evi- dence In arrest the six KUms- men earlier. I C4NT VWLK ACROSS THAT FLOOR IN LAST YEAR'S HEMLINE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal JAPANESE JOIIS CUT TOKYO (Renter) Employ- ment of Japanese high school graduates next spring will de- cline slighlly as Prcsidcnl Nix- Iximbing. jon's economic measures have Forty-seven school buses j compiled major industries to parked in the fenced lot near d o w n I o w n Pontiac escaped ministry said cut recrultmcnl plnns, llic labor KKTS ME. 2 JUST CHOPPED ANP TURNED ALL BUGS BUNNY THtr TEPIOUSWESS OF IT ALL! I MUST HAVE A MOMENT'S RESPITE FROM MY ARPUOUS LABORS!