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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRlnGE HERALD Solurdny, September 16, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, SEPT. 27 Your birthday today: Tile year nhcail finds you holding your ground well against contrary current. Material prosperity is not Hie main is- sue, but it docs have some challenge for you now. Direct approaches may not work you may need to establish a bctler set of skills and con- nections- T o d a y s natives tend to be fastidious, intel- lectual, optimistic, and pru- dent. ARIES (March 21-April 18V. Get up early, join your com- munity's expression of faith. It's a generally uneventful Sun- day. There is much lo enjoy in Uic afternoon and evening. TAURUS (April 20 Slay Cheer up, give your loved ones an expression of your true feel- ings. Creative personal pro- jects and pastimes fill the day, giving your unconscious time to digest recent experience. GEMINI (May 21 June Gather your friends for a party or picnic sort of Sunday. Ap- preciate the complications, the j H x t a posilion of discrepant ideas. Stay fresh for the eve- ning's fun. Ask Andy Feature To Start Monday Starling Monday, Sept. 28, The Herald introduces Ask Andy, the most readable and most thoroughly researched feature now available for children. Ellen Walpole's Ask Andy Farmers Turn To Livestock EDMONTON (CP) A re- port released Thursday by the Alberta agriculture department indicates fanners in the prov- ince made a sharp turn to live- stock during the bleak, no- grain-market days last winter. The report shows that the number of beef cattle being fed on Alberta farms increased 12 per cent between July 15, 1969 and July 15, 1970. There were animals being fed for slaughter in 1970 compared with on July 15, 1969. The increase in cattle being fed was 29 per cent tor males which, coupled with a 21-per-cent decline for females, indicates that cows are being held back for breeding. The report shows there were 3.535 million cattle on Alberta farms as of June 1, 1970, com- pared with 3.380 million a year earlier. This included 1.105 mil- lion beef cows, beef heifers, steers and 1.128 million calves. column is the sum of her love for children and her abil- ity to speak to them in their own language, her love of knowledge and her desire to transmit it. With 75 papers subscrib- ing, it drew over half a mil- lion responses last year and the column offers awards to questions from children which are published. Tt is estimated weekly awards are worth The prizes are a set of the 20-volume World Book Encyclopedia and either a World Book Atlas or a World Book Globe given away every day. Tlie awards are rotated among the subscribing papers so that each paper can be assured of having a winner on the average of once every seven weeks. The questions answered are those that children ask their parents and their not the questions the teachers ask them. This makes Ask- Amly of far greater interest to the young audience. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntmgton Beach, California 92H8. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. COHEN [e uni iv Tki Tiiim] WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, you hold: 4AQ VM The bidding has proceeded: Booth West North But 10 Z Fin FBU Dble. Put 2 0 Pits T What do you hid now? Q. tides vulner- able, and as South you hold: V. OKJS The bidding has proceeded: South West North Bait Pui Pati Wlat do you bid BOW? Q. side vulner- able, and as South you hold: >AQ3 03 The bidding has proceeded: North South West Pan .10 Dble. Pass 1V Dble. T Wlial do you bid now? P. Is vulner- nble with an BO part score, and as South you hold: 4KJ10543 OTS2 Oil The bidding has proceeded: North East Souto West IV 30 l o Piss What do you bid now? Q. S jides vulner- able, and as South you hold: 4QS5132 9J1H 6AS3 431 The bidding has proceeded: East Soulh West North Piss fuss IV 14 24 Wist it you bid now? side vulner- ible. As South you hold: AAS5U 5JBZ 010852 47J The .bidding has proceeded: West North Eist Soutli Dble. Pass AVlial do you bid? 0. I sides vulner- able, and as South you hold: 48 6 VA9S.1 OJC3 The bidding has proceeded: Nnrlh East South West 1 Pass 1V 2 6 Pass Whet do you bid aowr Q. sides vulner- able, and as South you'hold: 4AK109 VAQJ73 0386S The bidding has proceeded: South West North East It? Dblt. What do you bid now? c onsuiert CANCER (June 21 July Almost anything you tackle to- day promises lo work out well. Attend the customs of your community, renew old con- tacts, catcli up on the news. LEO (July 23 Aug. Your program should centre around your homo. Look after the needs of your loved ones, enjoy shared progress. Finish uncompleted chores. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Social aclivily fills tliis many- directioned Sunday. Pursuing any one course for long is im- probable- Go along with the cheerful mood; chang'e activi- ties to stay with it. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. This should bu a busy Sunday of weekend amenities, charit- able activity. Keep your own affairs to yourself; offer no ex- planation even when you hear a story that is inaccurate. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Some not-vcry-clearly articu- lated m-ge within you comes a little nearer reality in pleasant surroundings. Contacts devel- oped now may later offer much advantage. Stay busy! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. There is so much to do for your.friends now. Visit ev- erybody that can't get out to se e you. Return borrowed items, bring symbolic gifts. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. For once, forget about or- ganizing everything; let others plan, notice what their ideas involve. It's a stirring, cheer- ful day, and you can learn a great deal. AQUARIUS (Jan- 20 Feb. Take yourself out of the social activities from time to time today for a brief rest. Think over what you may do about things when you get back to work. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Opportunity arises to meet peo- ple you hadn't expected to see. Make a full round of friends. There will be some improve- ments to celebrate this eve- ning. 1370, Ncwsday, Inc. MONDAY, SEPT. 28 Your birthday today: You have considerably more en- ergy available this coming year as you tap previously undeveloped inner resources. The goal now is to simplify your life pattern, wasting no time on unnecessary actions. Your community is apt to provoke you into doing some- thing beyond your expected career activities. It's a busy, busy year! Today's natives are frequently the work- horses of their teams. ARIES (March 21-April You are subject to annoyance that it does not set off an angry, hasty response from you. Much good work can be done despite your sensitiv- ity. TAURUS (April ZO-May Slick lo routines during (he day; channel emotional energy into diligence and reflection. Romantic, s e n t i mental ven- lures are promising later. GEMINI (May 21 June Discussions pop up all around and disagreements are par for the course. Take nothing very seriously; keep negotiating- Let your loved ones know your feelings. CANCER (June 21 July During this variable day, ev- erybody is in a different mood. Each deserves individual con- sideration, and all are impa- tient. You can gather useful in- formation. LEO (July 23 Aug. Your strong urge toward speculation or expansion today may lake you far if you can keep your ventures realistic. Facts and figures must be veri- fied. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Don't let anything gel in Ihe way of romantic impulses or upset your mood. Stirring up people causes needless discus- sions offer no provication or explanalion. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Keep your schedule and your breaks in balance. Give thought to your health habits Confidential information coulc help your financial position. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Keep calm and tactful white your friends show their sensi- tivity- They are extremely im- portant to what is happening now in your He. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Deal with officials, large groups; brush up on new ca- reer contacts. The hard-sell is out, find a more adroit method of persuasion. The evening is social, romantic. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan, Care in travel and use ol power equipment is essential today. Self-improvement prom- ises exceptional results in the near future. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Your theories now lead you to take chances with group funds, perhaps your own as wall. Check your facts and fig- ures. Pursue sentimental inter- ests in the evening. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Move early to co-operation anc prevent later bickering. Put in a steady-paced day. Take a brief respite, then enjoy vivacious evening- 1970, Ncwsday, Inc. Babies Can't Be Let Cry Due To Rare Disease LEXINGTON, N.C. (AP) Sally and Betsy Adams are seven months old, and babies seven months old are sup- posed to cry. But Sally and Betsy can't allowed to cry. The twins have myasthenia gravis, a disease that killed their brother. Richard last year when he was 614 months old. Excitement of any kind, especially crying, can set off the choking, gasping attacks that caused Hichard to turn blue, lose consciousness and later die. Myasthenia gravis is so rare in infants it wasn't sus- pected in Richard's case. Con- sequently, he did not receive the medicines that thus tar are credited with saving the lives of his twin sisters sev- eral times. The disease upsets the chemical process that enables the nerves to transmit impul- ses from the brain to the mus- cles. It can affect any skeletal muscle and make eyelids drop, arms and legs weak, swallowing and speaking diffi- cult and breathing labored. A great deal of research has been done, tail so far there is no known cure, the d o e t o r s say. SELDOM FATAL Dr. William McLean, treat- ing the infants, said the con- genital version of the disease is usually mild and rarely fatal. he added, "these children are a little differ- ent." The babies have to be watched every they're asleep on the tilted mattresses that help them breathe. An act as sim- ple as rolling over on their stomachs can start the brea- thing difficulties which, if not arrested, could lead to severe brain damage, the doctors be- lieve. When one of the babies gets "in trouble" it takes every- body in the family, working frantically, to get her out of it. Injections and oxygen have to be given, flying arms and kicking legs have to be held and cool towels have to bu ap- plied to her hot skin. Medicine given every three hours helps prevent the at- tacks. THE FALL CATTLE RUN IS NOW ON! FEEDER HOG SALES EVERY MONDAY AT P.M. CATTIE SALES TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY AT A.M. SPECIAL FEEDER CATTLE SALES EVERY FRIDAY SLAUGHTER HOGS SOLD DAILY WE ARE EXPORT BUYERS FOR SLAUGHTER HOGS CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO Come in and sec us to list your stock for one of our Special Daily Fall Sales. C. E. FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. ALBERTA STOCKYARDS PHONE 327-0101 RES. 22S-39S6 P.O. BOX S.S. 1-1-7, LETHBRIDGE LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTS "IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY" LANCELOT-By Cokcr Penn i COULP co IT ALL raw LCNS, XSHOULPBEFAKABOfT1 THIS! BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker I VSftS AT A UNCH" N ON ME WHEN" I'M SNACIOM6 LU ABNER-By Al Capp -BUT THEY IXWTTHFIflW OP OFi. 6RDW STAYS SWEET AN' 5HMINFANT5 LOOKS LIKE 1UFANT5 ARCHIE-By Bab Montana I DIDNT MEAN TO I THOUGHT SHE MEANT A LITTLE FENCE TO HIDE THE BARBABE CANS SINCE YOU TOL.C1 MISS SINCE WHEN DO THEY SHE DELIVER MILK COULD THFWUGH THE PITT UP PROMT FENCE; FENCE IN THE WHOLE BACK. YARD.'TAKB HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal THE PANCc IbNIStft KEN RNN DANCING ML BUGS BUNNY ;