Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, September IS, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 Your birthday today: This year you must get directly to fundamental issues. There is just enough resistance to pro- voke your better qualities, competitive feelings. One of the main factors in your suc- cess will be your continued effort to keep your life pat- tern uncomplicated. Today's natives have an abiding in- terest in literature. Many have distinguished t h e m- selves as writers. AIUES (March 21. April Expect added expenses today as plans go awry, schedules slip. Do your share, promptly. A personal project is finished THE DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Have Hypertension? Cut Down Salt Intake By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Written for Newspaper Enterprises Assn. Q How Ugh must the lower Q What Is the cause of blood pressure be before there Bell's palsy Is there a cure for is danger of a stroke? A A diastolic (lower) read it? A Bell's palsy or paralysis ing of over 100 is associated Of the facial nerve may be with an increased risk of stroke caused by exposure to cold, a or a heart attack. tumor pressing on the nerve or Q I am taking Aldortl for an infection of the nerve high blood pressure. Is there usually with a virus. If the anything I shouldn't eat? Twice paralysis does not clear up I ate cheese and became very spontaneously within a few sick. weeks an operation to relieve A For your hypertension, nerve may be necessary. the chief dietary advice is to cut your salt intake to a mini- mum. If you can't get used to saltless food you should use a sodium-free salt substitute. Al- doril will not destroy your tol- erance for cheese but anti- depressants called monoamine oxidase inhibitors will. Q I am taking Hydropres for high blood pressure. Are there any bad side effects? A This effective blood pres- sure reducer must be taken under medical supervision. Its side effects include dry mouth, (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) that has been long hanging fire. TAURUS (April 20 May Even in activities which need little co-operation you still en- counter slight disagreements, delays. Tact and persistence bring success, after all. GEMINI (May 21 June Double check facts and fig- ures, for today is one of those times you can really mix tilings up. Odd conditions provide both cause and get your- self tangled up. CANCER (June 21 July Your own problems are not all that critical sympathy leads you to worry about others' as well. Do what is possible; in the final (ruth, however, every- body must carry his own. LEO (July 23 Aug. Don't force issues. People need time to decide anything of im- portance. Family life conflicls with career matters. Your fi- nancial position improves later in the day. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. The concerns of older people may weigh on your mind. For- bearance where you least feel like extending it helps the most. Be clear and direct in what you say. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Caution and definite action are indicated in financial matters today. Unusual strange estimates are to be ex peeled. Keeping things in ba ance will attract support. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Close co-operation is difficult abrasive, while presenting good public image is fair! easy to achieve. Gather friends for a companionable evening SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 2Z-Dc You see some natural llm tation. Much can be. accom plished once you adjust to thi reality. Avoid undue fatigue but put in a complete day. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan While you attend chores reflect on your world of peopli strive for an optimistic outlool Some of your worries are need less. Evening hours brin cheerful news. AQUARIUS (Jan. SO It seems easier to Feb dea with strangers over large is- sues than with familiar peop] over trifles. Older people pos a question, briefly. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Your pace' has to fit the limita, tions of people around you However, some facts can be es tablished, settled. Then the ex cuses for conflict are trans ferred. Seek clarity, peace. 1970, Newsday, Inc. It's Bad For The City 3ad For The Nation And It's Bad For Us' tnirst, weaKness, drowsiness, restlessness, fast pulse THE CANADIAN PRESS The streets of Oshawa, the long haul, as smaller plants which normally produce nausea. Q I am taking Gilaligin to bring my blood pressure down. Does it cause any harmful side effects? Is it a diuretic? A This derivative of digitalis does act as a diuretic. Too large a dosage may cause unusually crowded with men these days. They are the strikers from giant General Motors of Can ada, about of them in Oshawa alone. Behind the store fronts, the auto industry have to close up shop. A number of these already have closed, some have reduce their work week, and otters wil have to follow suit in the weeks ahead if the strike isn't settled sea and speculate about DOWN Q Is high blood pressure inherited? A Heredity is a causative factor but is not as important a one as nervous of the strike and worry about the future. "The entire city will suffer i this turns into a prolonged says Mayor addition, the economy loses the purchasing power of the strikers who earn a basic 5160 a week and now will have to get by on about a week strike Q What would cause a caruncle? Can it become cancerous? Would it get worse if surgery is delayed? A A caruncle is a "It's bad for the city, bad for the nation, and it's bad for says striker Arthur Bickle "But it's the only thing we GM's payroll at Oshawa alone was million a week. Arthur Kruger, a University of Toronto economist specializing in labor, says the economy fleshy growth which may be found in the mucous membrane of the bladder, urethra, vagina or eye. It is caused by a chronic low-grade infection and is not likely to become cancerous. The only tiling that would happen "Business has slowed a says Maurice Berg, who runs a men's wear shop. "People are i little more cautious abou spending money but it's a little premature to start "go along rath GM shut down for four weeks, er six weeks, without any fantastic damage." "A strike of five or six weeks doesn't mean that you've go five or six weeks of lost out- it were not removed would be continuation of the FEEL he warned that sales los Oshawa, everyone feels imports are a loss to the na- of the economy. Already, 20 per with workers of Canadian auto sales are Losing and more than by foreign suppliers. the United Slates on strike cut off about CALGARY (CP) GM., what will it worth of supplies ant times you just can't the economy of the nation purchased daily by GM This was learned by the about 900 Canadian sup- vincial cabinet after a break economists say Every day it needs more the provincial can tell because a key tires, tons of If the escape wasn't is how long the strike rassment enough, the consensus seems to had to part with to reimburse Canadian Marconi Company for a rented radio a six-or-seven-week strike won't have a drastic effect Anything longer than that set used for security purposes. The handset was stolen much more serious. The snowballing effects Of the ones that could really GOREN ON (AP) Attor- BT CHARLES H. with the king John N. Mitchell 16 WO: Br was in. A club today bombings plaguing Esst-West vulnerable. South's king. States cities and cam- the queen of are the work of a limited however East of "maniacs." ife K 10 and West was revealed said the Nixon ad- V a second stopper in is seeking legisla- When the latter got to shut off the supply of ex- cashed enough club for terrorist bombings TTlSST send the declarer down to provide stiffer penalties Ik Q 8 4 J 9 f> 5 illegal use of explosives. W 8 7 lant are manufactured, and Jo- ictte, Que., which has a tire manufacturing plant. A plant in St. Jerome, Que., vhich provides GM with dash- wards, is also vulnerable, as is tire company in Valleyfield, Que., which supplies rubber products. HERTS THE time) A CORTISONE KKSREtEASEP C ALTHOU6H MIDDLE-CLASS ANIMALS By Hugh Laidman WELL-AQUARIUS IS A WSTER SBN...ANDTHISISAFUN JUNGlE_.rrMUSTMEAN FUN AND GAMES AT THE WATERHOLE I Sir N-THE JUNGLE AND PONDER: V JUST WHAT DOES THE ACt OF MEAN TO US. PEG? BLONDIE-By Chic Young IFI WANTMYUVERTO VWKE UfJ rU. 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