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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Monday, Soplomblr 11. 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY SEPT. 22 four birlhilny toduy: Tile year ahead offers fulfillment c! realistic reasonable dreams, pcrliaps luck beyond reason able expectations. There are many dramatic turns of circumstance amen- able to constructive use. Ho- jnanlic ventures Uirive, par- ticularly in the latter half of the year. Today's natives fre- quently collect possessions or obligations to the extent of hindering their freedom. ARIES (March 21 April Tliis lively day lets you clear off recent confusion. Delayed issues are suddenly active and resolvable. Take home a nice surprise for your loved ones. TAURUS (April 20 May Attend to your responsibilities to your family and community. Good results are indicated for your routine efforts and for re- sumed creative projects. GEMINI May 21 June Your creative urges, on the surface for all to see, are per- haps misunderstood temporar- ily. Keep moving, toucli all bases. You can do something dramatic to improve your home. CANCER (June 21- July The actions of family mem- bers conflict with your work. Once this situation has been stabilized you can make signi- ficant progress on personal ven- tures. There is good news later. LEO (July 23 Aug. List the things you need to know, then put in a full day o! inves- tigation. By evening you will have a new understanding of the situation. VIHGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Something you have long de- sired can come to reality today. Don't mix friends into your fi- nancial arrangements. Impor- tant people are favorably dis- posed bid for consideration. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Your business suddenly pre- sents a crisis that you must pay attention to. You get valu- able help if you react promptly and cheerfully. Other concerns must wait. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Now everything has to be com- plete and fully visible. Hidden matters are suddenly disclosed but not all the details. You can make extraordinary pro- gress if you move promptly. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Your group affairs attract unexpected support. Review in- surance and long-range secur- Hold new information in confidence until you've decided what to tlo and have made a tart. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Sudden quirks of circum- stances bring new problems, co-operation. Bo clear and ex- plicit. Revise plans to fit your changing situation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Move on with the activities you most want to complete. Confer with experts. Career ef- forts work out better if you avoid sudden changes and keep everybody briefed. PISCES (1'cb. ID March Creative projects thrive; and where you present them well, they attract encouragement. This promises to be a rather successful day. HE CWT DECIDE IF HE SHOULD FLY SOUTH RK THE WINTER.. LANCELOT By Color t fain THE DOCTOR'S MAIL-BAG Coronary Heart Disease Has No Regard For Age By WAYNE G. BItANDSTADT, M.D, Written for Enterprises Assn. Postal Workers In Arms' Over Insurance VANCOUVER (CP) The Vancouver president of the Ca- nadian Union of Postal Work- ers, Jim McCall, said today postal workers are "up in arms1' over a disability insur- ance program for federal civil servants to be administered by tha Sun Life Assurance Co. Mr. McCall said the plan, compulsory for anyone starting employment after Nov. 1 and voluntary lor those employed before that date, short-circuits the collective bargaining pro- cess by setting out a binding condition of employment. "What's the point of negotiat- ing for 12 months on working conditions when a private in- surance company can walk in ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Melropelllan Bldg. 328-4095 and institute a he said. payroll "We find this a double deal in view of the fact that we are supposed to have collective bargaining." The insurance scheme will be non-negotiable in future and premiums might be increased "at lie said. Mr. McCall said the union does not want members to vote .on their contract until the ques- tion of the insurance plan is cleared up to their satisfaction. "The whole theme of thp thing is that government em- ployees are fair game for any private company that wants to Lake some money out of them." he said. He said the plan was ap- proved wliile the postal union representative to the body deal- ing with it was away from the discussions, although the union had been told it would not be approved in his absence. Coronary heart disease, pri marily a disease of persons who are over 40, is being seen with increasing frequency in the 5-to-17-ycar age group. The predisposing factors in these children are (1) high blow pressure (over 142 systoli: when the heart contracts, or over 82 diastolic, when the heart (2) a blooc cholesterol level over 220 anc (3) body weight 30 per cent above the a v e r a g e for the child's height. The most effective way to re- verse this trend is to lower the :at content of the family's diel and increase the amount of ex- ercise the child takes daily. Q I am a boy, 14. I have large breasts and this is very embarrassing. Will they shrink or could I have them operated: on? A In most boys this en- largement, often accompanied by some soreness, disappears in one to four years. If it doesn't, it will be necessary for your doctor to determine whether you have a glandular imbalance or whether the en- largement is just fat. Surgery may be advisable in the first case but not in the second. Q Each lime our children get one of their frequent strep throats, our pediatrician takes throat cultures and gives them all a shot of penicillin, even if they have no fever. Doesn't too much penicillin make the germs resistant to the drug? A If your doctor is sure .he infection is due to a strep- tococcus each time, he is wise treat all members of the lamily with the antibiotic. The drug should be taken for at least 10 days to insure the eradication of the germs. The, Royalite Car-a-Week Sweepstakes WINNERS No. 9 and 10 Mrs. B. Simpson Ken Highland 7403 96 Avenue 2456 Sunjef Drive EDMONTON, ALBERTA KAMIOOPS, B.C. We're giving away a zippy Toyota Corolla every week! So pick up your entry form from your nearest participating Royalite service station. (Use your Royalite credit card and we'll enter you automatically.) This week's 115 winners (of watches, binoculars, radios, cameras, pens) are now listed at your Royalite station. Check for your name. Have you entered this week? Join the winners' circle. Historic Meet EDMONTON (CP) The shape of Alberta's future to the year 2005 will be forecast at a meeting, described by Educa- tion Minister Hobert Ciark as "the most significant educa- tion" conference ever under- taken in the province. The Alberta Human He- sources Hesearch Council and the Worth Commission on edu- cation planning have scheduled a conference for Edmonton Dec. 3-5. building up of a resistance by the germ is the result of inade- quate treatment. Q About three months he- fore our last child, now 11, was born, her older brother and sis- ter had chickenpox. When she was about two weeks old, she had a breaking out that looked like chickenpox but our pedia- trician couldn't say for sure that it was. She has been ex- posed to the disease since then but has never gotten it. Could she be immune? A Chickenpox is very con- tagious and very few persons reach age 15 without having an attack. If your daughter has been exposed and has not taken the disease, that is pretty good evidence of immunity but, like your pediatrician, I can't be positive about it. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) No Taxation Increase In Alberta EDMONTON (CP) The So- cial Credit government does not )Ian to increase taxation for at east a year, provincial treasur- er A. 0. Aalborg said here. "No consideration" was being given higher tax rates or im- tlementation of the often-rum- wed sales tax in the next bud- get, probably the last before a ;eneral provincial election. The treamrer said there was no basis for a statement by pro- iressive Conservative MLA Len Verry that the province had iver estimated revenues and was in a "hazardous" financial stale. Mr. Werry predicted the gov- rnment would be short million dollars in both oil lease ales and income tax revenues n the present fiscal year. Mr. Aalborg said there was no eed for interim financing and this is a wild and irresponsible tatement which has no basis i fact or reality." On the basis ot payments re- eived so far, the government expected to collect at least the 225 million budgeted as income ax revenues and possibly more. metttl rr suue K A WAPM PAV. HOW V ABOrr SHAWNS VCUR SHAPE WITH YCU SHOULPN'T SS y THIS 16 egTTSR -f C THAN NOTHINS' Clue Yoime THIS is posmveiy THE WORST SANDWICH I'vs EVER BEEN SERVED; BKETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker WHAT IS A rSirsMAUEK THAN A AHP WHAT'S A rr'5 AZtf QUESTIONS, U'L By AJ Capp AHDOSTT CARE'EC SHMOOS.'.' AH IS LOOKIW FO'A INFANT IH A SUM- BONNET.'.' THIS HAIM'T VEW Burrr IS CSWFCX3ZIW'." ABCHIE-By Bob Montan. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN ic ti TW cikm TUMI] ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ