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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 TIIF UTHBRIDGE HERALD April 4, 1977 YOUR ROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON .M'lill. li i r I li ll V linv "f rc" jiihi'iiliiro new fi'r lounf Kcqi- a ;illc'ir_e in Hip i-i-'cs. Kinonrnial ma-t siirviie. '.'..-.ve a SIVMIJ; iKiUTjil LC. talcr.t fornhl'.'; fads llial arc incomplete! Tukc- moling for granted about ,ldl need to bo ami tilings you .share "hricl i-i-' s are iiiit.ii's V, ;-U fur bailer understanding. CM.MINI (May 21-Jnnc A chnrily benefits and '.vni needed space by giving wlui is useless or outdated. Fol- j our own opinion. KU (Juno 2V July i i.'iolion helps you keep to voiir course. Asking nt'ctile.ss i (-.ii.stii'iis Icacili- lo comnlica- single handed with llion check for ngrce- mciit. Wliat you miss doing can fit mio'.IxT time. I.IDLIA (Sept. Oct. Choice "I action narrows; you must slick to the most impor- laul rcl.ition, keep Ihings sim- ple. activities are beller jKislconcil. SCOIII'U) (Oct. 23 Ill: A story t-'oing around has an added Iwi.sl: be svirc you know MIM LM 111: diffi :viu your (t.iy 's pvo- ciivi.' lln1 sli nf rifir-rivum (incisions. i 20-.May iilV sumo (IcUiits boyond hat it is before you acl nn it. Daily roulines are. done with nvalivc projects. (July Aug. Luck U v ith >ou, hut don'I push it in.i far. A brief pause brings a I rniiuinai effort. thoucht and may .save a' SAUITTAHIU.S (Nov. 22-Ucc. mlvcal moment. 'Hunk as yon 211: Take a second look before plungir.g into speculative von- VIHUO (Aug. Sciil. I lured. Let others do most of Uic talking, match for Ihc as well ?.s the dramalic points. CAPIUCOMN 22 Jan. You may as well accept some changes now and Ret ready for more later. Find somo ivason to praise associ- ates, give credit wlicro il is due. Adl'AUlUS (Jan. Personal relationsllips enccun- tcr theatrical moniculs. Don'l expect immediate response to your ideas, take on only those things you can manage alone. PISCKS (l''ch. iMIarch 2UI: DonT go anywhere lhat isn't clearly a parl of your proper patliway lo progress. Friends step in readily, can be helpful. (1072: By The Chicago Tribune) UP TO THE E1SHTH WORO ALREACV... TOO PAP Wi? FSIENP BN TO ENJW IT UlTH W..IT-5 A PITY THAT TO ANP ME HAP A FALUNS CUT... I UONPEI? HE LOOK CM AW lELEfWKE UIRES...IF HE FLIES HIGHER THAN TEN FEET IN TKE AIR, HE SETS A BEAK-BLEEP; LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. e'rc our own worst eiiemv TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan HAFWl PA PATTER O1 LIT- FBETS WIT'IM Me ME K PflUPPEK RISIN' fGREET FA K4VVN1... PONE JOOR, SNOOrtlE PAKLINI... VTIS NOT PIS A GLORIOUS HEAR PA CH01PIN' 0' PA PA CROAHIN'O' PA CROCUSES! TOES IT NOT INSPIRE WIT'lN YOU'SE WOIPGO'WONPER.WOIPSO' SPEAK WHAT IS IN VER Dear lir. I. a nib rc.id your coluiiin lery 1 von .nil anil fiiul it would appro- view on the tnllnu- nK. tmve tliroc cats and three Hint are in the house day amf night. I would like to know if so many animals arc injurious lo one's health. My eves trouble me and I think it rar.ccrs a? other people. T sus- pect that, you arc just not ac- ijuainlcd with that many physi- dans and their families, There I Length of fogs Andy sends a complete 22- volum'e sel of the World Book Lncvclopcdia lo Lisa Jean Neal, ngc 10, of Enid, Okla- homa, for her question: What causes our fogs lo lost so long? Kilmy fogs can lorm almost arc really no secrets about pro- j nlcy cancer. Almost any- tVug a doctor and his family might do, you can do as well. One thing is regular checkups and I add that doctors is Ihc animals. Koine say it Is aren't always loo good about not. is your onmion? j this in reference lo their own Dear Rentier Healthy families, Many a doctor's wife nials usually do not causes dis- has complained lhat she needed cases in humans. Thrre are some exceptions, like cat- I of to find out what her scratch fever. The tvulh of the medical status was mailer is that, the most damp ous animal to man is another human being. Many of the in- fections and illnesses ot man are transmit I able only I rom one human being lo another, The same is true in animals. Now, it Is also true that a rare in large, arid deserts. Their density and duration de- pend upon the whimsical weath- er. And everywhere the weath- er is governed by Ihc yearly seasons, by global winds and to some extent by local geoe- raphy. Most fogs arc local events that depart by noon. Bui an appointment at the ccrlajn coastal fogs blanket the land and sea for a week or more the wealhcr condi- tions arc just so, even an inland fog can hang around for sev- IncidenlaHy, doctors as group are not Ihe most healthy sesjmcnt of our population. This j crni days. However, as a rule more vapor than When saturated isn't loo surprising- A good many of them, like other mid- die-class Americans, eat entire- ly loo much of Ihp wrong foods. Their profession, as such, does person can he allergic lo some not permil them lo enjoy a lot animals which, untorluiv.'.eiy. of physical aclivily and their can Include the family pel. It daily practice involves long, also can include animal mater- hard hours, many of which are lals (hair or feathers, for ex- ample) used lo make pillows, often take stressful, lot better lost doctors care of their rugs, mattresses and other! palients lhan they do of Ihem- Jiangs around (or a long time, il thins out for a while under the noonday sun. Fogs form from evaporated moisture UiaL adds invisible water vapor lo the air. They may disappear when Ihe Lem- peralure .suddenly rises, espe- cially when a warm strong breeze blows into the local weathrr picture. When a fog evaporates water from Hie swollen streams and Ihc damp dirt. This moisture becomes in, visible water vapor, mixed with the air's other invisible gases. There it must obey tlie weather regulations lhat allow warm nir to hold cooler air. warm air drops 20 degrees Fah- renheit, it must give up about half of its vapor content. If warm, mist air chills as it nses, its surplus moisture forms clouds. When it chills at ground level, its surplus vapor becomes liquid droplets of misty fog. In January, the average high temperatures o f Oklahoma range from 44 degrees lo 5G de- grees Fahrenheit. These balmy BLQNDlE-By Chic Young 5" OKAY, I'LL. MMCE V A DEAL. I WITH YOU J IP YOU SPEfJO WlMTERAT VALLEV P03GE '1- YOU CAN LET EROWAS G AS YOU WAMT Ma. P1THERS, IVO'J'-O VO'J OaJECT A PTER ALL, GeOneE WASHl fiSTO HAD BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker common household items. In your case, if what you moan by your eyes troubling you is an allergic-like problem, I think it would be wise to see an allcrcist and find out for certain if you are allergic to and cats before you go the heartache of Riving up pets. selves, choosing to ignore the as a rule the air slays cool and dictlr self.' There are "Physician, heal thy- somc exceptions calm. In late winter or early spring, such foggy weather con- dilions can. occur in parts ol and one of theinost striking of i Oklahoma. the.se is the sharp decrease in I The city of Enid lies between smoking cigarettes thai has oc- the Salt Forl; of (he Arkansas currcd amonp doctors. You can River to the north and the Cim- go lo many medical inctlinfs j arron Iliver to the soulh. These today an in many sessions you 1 and olhcr big rivers palher nu- v.ill not see any doctors smok- merous streams and flow east- ing at all. On the basis of ward to join mighty Missis- spells frosts alternate with nightly and cool spells lhat Dear Dr. l.nmb V.'hat pre cautions do doctors lake with available information, this sippi. They drain large areas of their families? We never hear probably decreases the inci- the plains and prairies of any of them having cancer, deuce of lunR cancer as well Dear Header Unforlunate- ly. doclors and doctors' fami- lies have just about as many as eliminating a lot of other health hazards associated with smoking. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H- GOREN Eail-WesL vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A AKS7 3 A 10 9 6 WEST KART Q .T i A 6 5 A9 C1 6 5 2 C- Q 8 3 O K J 5 4 A K Q5 A 37 3 SOUTH A 10 32 V K Q J 10 8 T O 7 A JZ The bidding: Korth East South 1 0 Pi si 4 V Dblc. Taif I'ass Paw Opening lead. King of -L Allho the winning dofense South's four heart contract is by no means ob- vious, was nevertheless In position lo work matters ovil for himself and thereby vert a loss on the deal. N'orth had ]usL enough to cpcn the bidding as dealer vrith one diamond and inas- much as South could win 6iv tricks in his own hand, he V3s wsrrantcd in leaping to four js an icitisl re- sponse-particularly with the vulner ability conditions in his favor. Allho we Kympa- Ihize with fruslrafion In being shut mil of the auc- lion holding 18 bigh card points, do not feel that his double was well calculat- ed to add substantially to the defensive ledger and would have bc-en inclined to pass in hopes ci Achieving a Email profit, West opened the king of clubs and continued with the queen on which1 South drop- ped the jack as East fol- lowed suit, first with the three riTid then the seven, In- BEmucb as bis partner's play indicaled tbat he held the missing club, shifted at (nek three to a email dia- mond, North played the and led a trump. South put Dp the queen and IVest was IQ with the ace. A diamond wss relumed end declarer rulfed out East's king. Trumps were drawn with two more pulls. The North hand was entered with the king of spades, a third round of clubs was rutted and declarer proceed- ed to lead out his remaining trumps developing the fol- lowing posiUon at trick ll: NORTH A AX