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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID WoHn.idtiy, 23, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, SEPT. 2i Your birthday today: Op- timistic adventure, improving expectations are a feature of ths psychological terrain in the year ahead. There are peaks of poignant achieve- ment and plateaus of high level routine. Your intuitive- talent grows stronger; collab- orators are attracted. Avoca- tions turn out to be maior sources of earnings, emo- tional satisfaction. Today's natives generally speak right out with their beliefs. ARIES (March 21 April Your enthusiasm should lead you through a normal day of pro- ductive activity followed by an evening of festivity. Take time to meditate. TAURUS (April 20 May Broaden your range in dealing with people; increase your com- munications with them. Apply for improvements, changes of status, licences. GEMINI (May 21 June The better features of yester- day's psychic climate continue; make the best of them. Mental chores, family discussions are favored. Later, influential peo- ple can be appraoched. CANCER (June 21 Jnly Many pleasant things can ha] pen today, if you make then Personal plans for once fit com fortably with your career. Fam ily affairs run smoothly this evening. LEO (July 23 Aug. 22) Continue negotiating, remain discreet. Those you are dealin with need a great deal of Urn to reach agreement. Persona matters, perhaps romance make the evening memorable VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) Friends now make a strong dif ference in both career and seen no known studies in Can ada showing that any ha: would result from pregnant wo men taking aspirin shortly be- ore giving birth. M. G. AUmark, a s s i s t a n lirector-general for drugs wit he directorate, said he has no seen a report by two American toctors which suggests aspirir aken by pregnant women jus Kfore birth could cause blee< ng problems in babies. "Until I've seen the report tere'E be no Mr Utaark said. He said hs is not aware of any similar studies being carriec Mit in Canada. The U.S. report was made bj wo doctors from the Univer ity of Rochester, N.Y., school o Jedicine and dentistry. The doctors, Werner A. Bley er and Robert T. Ereckenridge eported their findings in the ept. 21 issue of the Journal of American Medical Associa on. Their study Included 14 new wms whose mothers bed taken more than 0.3 grams of aspirin i pure form or in compounds uring the week prior to deliv Southern Alberta Co-operative Association Ltd. is pleased to announce the appointment of RICHARD (Dick) JONES AS BRANCH MANAGER OF ITS LETHBRIDGE STORE Dick has been associated with hardware and agricul- tural products marketing in southern Alberta for many years and is well qualified to service your needs. Dick extends a hearty welcome to all his many friends and the people of southern Alberta, and extends an invita- tion to drop in at your earliest convenience and discuss the many ways that Dick may serve you. Everybody 7s Welcome At Your Friendly SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP ery and 17 whose mothers had not taken the drug in any form within three weeks of delivery. Among the 14, three cases of bleeding developed, and among the 17 there was one. No baby died or had long-term illness. Psychiatric Shorta Acute Shortage LANCELOT By Coktr I LANCE Hte BEEN YAKKIN3 ON THAT PHONE FOR OVER HALF AN HOUR! IP OM.L VSR AT 6UESS I'LL. HAVE TO TAKE SOMB PRASTIG HAVSARATH6K f UNUSUAL REQUEST TOMAKB. Chic Yonnj BEING A 8ARSER IS A LOT LIKE BEING A BRAIN SURGEON A BBAIN SUOSEON WOOKS IMSID5 THE H5AD-A BARBER WORKS ON TMS BKETLE BAILEV-Bi Mort Walker WE 1 ewe TO PARTIES, twCEMrWHWBW POeWEEK A AND CARDS Birr tvte THOUGHT THAT COUNTS U'L Al Capp EUT-7P-SHMQOS ISS'POSEDTO PROVIDE THINGS RO'HOOMIMS THEV CAIN'T PPOVIDE FO'THEM 1RCHIE- By Bob Montana JASPER (CP) It may be possible to use two-way tele- vision to help ease an extrem shortage of psychiatric services n rural Alberta, says Dr. Ju ius Guild, professor of psych: atry at the tJniversity of Al rerta. He told the Alberta Medica Association that the shortage so great that waiting time, rath er than cost, is the biggest bar ier to adequate psychiatrii ielp, even in large cities. Private practice appoint ments "are difficult to get for any sum it's not a matter of cost." Dr. Guild said the use of icheduled television dialogues letween specialists and practi Honers in smaller communities could help overcome the short ?e. Physicians, he said, already commonly use electronic aids in leir offices and at the bedside. Pension Benefits May Increase Two Per Cent OTTAWA (CP) Old age se- curity benefits will rise by two ier cent Jan. 1 unless there are egislative changes, a health de- artment spokesman said Tues- ay. The spokesman said the gov- mment white paper on social ccurity may recommend hanges in pensions legislation. More than Canadians would be affected by an in- rcaso from the present Hal- ite old-age pension of a lonth. Of these, about eceive a guaranteed income upplement ranging up to lonthly. Tlie increase in benefit pay- lents fa linked to rising living DStS. The government recently an- ounced a two-per-cent increase Canada Pension Plan benefits nd contributions. They are not ;pccted to be affecctd by white iper proposals, the spokesman id. r BUTI WISH YOU'D TOLD DID YOU T NO.' BUT EXPECT ME I DID YOU TO STAND HAN6THIS UP DERE. OVER MY UND aVOT L DESK9 YOU BAIN SAID GET RID OF FUES IN YOUR OFFICE... BUT NO POISON-SPRAYS' HI AND By Dik THERE'S ALWiB SONB VOULD-BE CHAMP WJTIHS AROUND TIC CORNER TO KNOCK VtW SHORT RIES-By Frank O'Nea BUGS BUNNY YA SAID TMAKE MYSELF AT HOME IF YA WEREN'T VHERB WHEN i ARRIVEP; I" THERE WAS puHt-EHry o' L THIS MEAT LOAF IN TH' REFRIGERATOR SO 1 MADE MYSELF A SANPWICH! INCEEDEMTALLY, VfeR BEEN ACTiN' 1 ONCE IN A WHILE HE GROWLS AT ;