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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHRRIDGE HERAID Thursday, September 17, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON FRIDAY, SEPT. 18 Your birth'ilay today: Fore- thought is the watchword for your coming year. Just about everything must be planned in detail, carefully pursued through many rounds of con- tacts. You have greater or- ganizational skill than ever, and this year brings you a sort of "make-or-brcak" chal- lenge. Romantic interests meet delay and incon- venience. Today's natives are noted for good humor and the willingness to help others. ARIES (March 21-April Your money struggles to get out of your wallet today. Ev- erything seems to include more spending. Instead of frittering away your resources, concen- THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Lai) Tests Are Aids To Proper Diagnosis By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. When your doctor orders var- ious laboratory tests, he does not rely on the reports to make his diagnosis but only to give him supporting evidence or to rule out certain conditions. A laboratory report is only as ac- curate as the all too human technician performing the test. Sven with the best technique, a small percentage of results must be classed as false posi- tives or false negatives. No test for a given disease can identify all the victims and no test is specific enough to give a nega- tive result in all persons who don't have the disease. Thus, for most tests there is a range of probably normal and probably abnormal results, with a certain amount of overlap- ping and borderline findings. Often the level shown by any single test is not as important Government Won't Help Youth Hostel EEGINA (CP) Welfare Minister C. G. MacDonald to- day said the Saskatchewan gov- ernment won't give any finan- cial help to the House of Zo- diac, a youth hostel. The hostel opened in May near downtown Regina and when the owner of the building said he planned to tear it down the hostel moved to the city's east end earlier this month. About 35 young people camp ed outside the legislature cm night two weeks ago to draw attention to the hostel's pligh and to plead for government as sistance. Mr. MacDonald said the nurn her of young people on the high- ways now has decreased sharp- ly from the summer level, am there are few transients on Sas- katchewan roads in winter. "If we require a hostel sys- tem across Canada, it is vita: that it be structured in such a way that it receives commun- ity sponsorship and that young people themselves make a con- tribution to their maintenance.' Alberta Coal Production Up EDMONTON (CP) Coal production in Alberta during the first six months of 1970, in- creased 38.9 per cent over the same period last year, the Al- berta Bureau of Statistics re- ported today. From January to the end of June, slightly more than three million tons were produced compared with about 2.2 mil- Bon tons for the first half of 1969. The 1970 output was valued about million, 45.4 per cent higher than the 1969 first half value of 6.8 million, said the bureau. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Ctrtified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684MB as the trend. On repeated tests, is the level rising or falling? Whenever a test report doesn't fit the other findings, your doctor may want to re- peat the test. He must seek the reason for the discrepancy and, if no reason can be found, must use his judgment to a rive at his diagnosis. There no substitute for clinical expe nee. Q Is too much coffee harr ful? How much is too muc What harm does it do? A Too much of any gor thing is harmful. Although tr amount of caffeine in a cup coffee and individual toleran for this drug vary widely, less an authority than Dr. Pa Dudley White, the heart sp cialist, warns that drinking fo or more cups of coffee a d will in time cause coronar reart disease. It may also ups the digestion and cause trei ors or nervous tension. In mot eration, coffee is not harmf but, to be on the safe side, wh not switch to one of the deca 'einated brands Q What is Afrodex give 'or? What are its side effects Can it be taken indefinitely? A This male hormone given to men who are past to renew their vigor. Possib side effects include insomnia nervous tension, nausea and skin rash. Prolonged use is i advisable. The drug should nc be taken by anyone with can cer, enlarged prostate or a Mr ney ddsease. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn, Irate on increased earnings. TAUKUS (April 20 May Quietly press personal projects, particularly those where the outcome is yet in doubt. Give thought to health care. Respond to belated messages. GEMINI (May 21 June Your tact and general curios- ity together make this a stimu- lating day. Difference and dis- cussion keep you busy. Short trips prove to be quite impor- tant. CANCER June 21 July You can expect everybody to be a bit oversensitive, yourself included. If you give due allow- ance, the effect is gratifying, home life is particularly com- forting. LEO (July 23 Aug. Brick Firm May Build New Plant EDMONTON (CP) A. (Tony) Lee, president of Inter national Brick and Tile Co Ltd., says his firm intends ti build a plant here to manufac ture ceramic clay bricks from coal ash. A feasibility study indicate Ely and bottom ash from Alber a coal produces bricks of hig' quality, Mr. Lee said today. Bricks produced from Indus trial waste would be less ex pensive to produce and wouk alleviate two pollution prob ems, he said. Large area, would not have to be strip mined for clay, used in con ventional bricks, and dumping of coal ash would be reduced International Brick and Tile Co. Ltd., a Canadian company with headquarters in Edmon .on, holds exclusive Canadian rights to the process. Construction plans are ex- rected to be announced soon ilr. Lee said. Royal Trust To Cost A Share MONTREAL (CP) Royal Trust Co. has fixed at a hare the price of its previously announced rights offer to pur- :hase additional stock on the jascs of one share for each ight shares held. FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge Herald SNOWMOBILE SERVICE DEPOT Service of All Makes of Snowmobiles 232 12 St. C. North Phone 328-8224 or 327-3244 It is difficult to concentrate on business with all today's strong emotional a 11 r a c tions from loved ones. Push onward to in- crease earning capability. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your path is cluttered to- day with the concerns of your family and neighbors. Help work out the situation at hand and provide for a better future. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Your tact may be stretched somewhat in your effort to bridge the gaps and case the potential stresses. Aside from this it's a day of routines. Add a little to your savings. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. ill: By going along with your asso- ciates, your own nlatis are fur- thered as well. Share hopes with your loved ones while keeping in mind (he realities. SGITTAIIIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Today is more usefully de- voted to material affairs. In the later ho.urs, invest your energy in a solitary pastime; reflect while you work out tangible patterns. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. There is a rare chance to blend physical effort with ac- tive mental searching. Attend to the concerns of your family, particularly children. AQUARIUS (Jan. 29 Feb. You see something that needs doing. You may wind up doing it yourself. Your position improves no matter how little co-operation you receive. PISCES (Feb. 19-March This is an active day, although much of the movement does seem to go in circles.. Bring 'our family and friends for a sociable evening. 1970, Newsday, Inc. tWrTHerttKEEPHIMINA HOUUlllLHE EVER MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laldman Predicts Higher Wheat Exports REGINA (CP) The presi- dent of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool today said export sales of Canadian wheat in the current crop year likely will exceed the 345-miilion bushel level of 1969-70. E. K. Turner of Regina said: "I don't anticipate a return to the export levels of 1965 or 1966, when more than 600 mil- lion bushels of Canadian wheat weoit into the export market, jut I am hopeful that a gradual upward trend in the amount of wheat shipped will become evi- dent as the current crop year moves along." Mr. Turner said in an inter- view the 1970-71 crop year, due to end next July 31, may reach an export level 40 million bush- els higher than the 1969-70 total. He said there appears to be better balance in the world market between supply and de- mand. Canadian wheat acreage had been cut and production was down in the United States and in Australia. Smaller countries, that had jeen exporting wheat, now are meeting only domestic needs. "It illustrates, once again, hat it is difficult for anyone to know what is going to happen in this field two years ahead." Mr, Turner said the Canadian Wheat Board has been subject- ed to some unfair criticisms for not opening quotas on spe- cific grades of grain. "The board has to move the grain that is wanted into a po- sition of shipment to meet the current demand. I feel there will be plenty of opportunity down the road a way for farm- ers with the higher grades of wheat to deliver. "The board simply must meet the orders it has on hand and if these orders call for wheat of lower grades then that is what must be placed in an ex- port position." ...THSFftRTYSADRAG. mSS THE WORD, WALTER WE'RE tU. COIN- TO THE WATERHOLE ft KH SCRAMBLED EGGS. HIM? HE LEFT FOR THE WATERHOLE, HOURS BLONDIE-By Chic Young THESE SCIENTISTS THINK THERS MIGHT BE INTELLIGENT LIFE ON OTHER _ -w, PLANETS TOO BAD I DON'T HAVE SOME OF IT HERE IN THE OFFICE.' TWATS THE LAST TIME I'LL EVER DISCUSS THE NEWS YOU, MR. BKETLE Mort Walter Worse Than War VIENNA (AP) Damage caused by the floods in Ro- mania in May and June was greater than that suffered in the Second World War, a Romanian official said. In a recent inter- flow with Austrian reporters in 3ucharest, a p r e s s official in he Romanian foreign ministry said over all material flood damage was estimated at million. He said 250 persons were killed. WHAT'S 'TUB MATTER WITH EVEBY- BODV7 9-17 .tor Kk YOU'D THINK: AT LEAST ONE OTHER WOULD HAVE our Of TH6 HiKS U'L Al Capp GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOHEN I afford to lead toward North'i North-South vulnerable. North deals. NORTH AKIC73 0 Q82 AKU WEST EAST AQJ9 AA62 C> K 8 6 J V Q J 10 9 9 2 Ot OK3 4104 SOOTH 4854 OA 10 97941 PHI PKI The bidding: Ncrtt East South. 14 20 Pail Pill 4 0. 0 PHI Past Opening 'lead: Four of V A slight but crucial altera- tion of his original plan of campaign was essential to South's 'success in bringing his five diamond contract safely home. Altho his heart rait jubject to criticism, had- West chosen 'to open the queen of spades, the fate of South': contract would have become ijuickry sealed, for after two- spade tricks are cashed- East becomes assured of scoring the setting trick in diamonds. West chose to lead a heart however, and de- clarer had a fighting chance, One spade may be dis- carded on North's clubs. In order to avoid losing two spade tricks, however, South nay have to. develop an tndplay the ace of spades may well be with East, the original overcaller, Jn which case declarer cannot i king. The heart opening was taken by South's ace anitha ace of diamonds was cashed. When., both opponents -fol- lowed suit and the king remained outstanding, de- clarer began stripping out hand. The queen of clubs played followed by a small club to the king, as the ten appeared from East's hand. It was South's intention play three rounds of clubs, then ruff the remaining heart end throw East in with a trump. H the lattef had major suit cards left, he must surrender a trick on the return. If he plays a heart, it presents declarer with i ruff and discard. If East leads spade, North's king is estab- lished. In either case, the defense is limited to one trick each in spades and diamonds. When the ten of clubi appeared on the second round of that suit, South changed his mind and abandoned clubs. The heart was ruffed immediately and a trump was led putting East in. The latter having only spades and hearts left, was endplayed and graciously conceded de- feat. Even if he had club left to lead, however, the result would have been the same, inasmuch as North's ace-nine assures declarer of two spade discards. Observe that if South at- tempts to cash the ace of clubs before ruffing dummy's heart, East can trump in with the king of diamonds and then safely get out with a heart. South must now lead spades himself, and cannot avoid losing two tricks. 5OVWHO CARES WHATS TOOK OUTAA- TRUCK? ITSALQNGWALKTO FLEASPECK-BUT DON'T LET ItEE NO STRAIN ON YO'- ?T-rrs BIN I3HOURS NCW.AN'AH HAIN'T HAD, TO USETH'HANKIE.f-CH WHUTA POLITECHIUET AKCHlE-Uj Bob Montana DID VERONKAAYCS, SIR.' BWNSYWTttAnSHE SAID PRIZE FISH