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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE lETHBKlDGl HCRA1D WcdncvHcy, Apri YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON Tlll'KSLIXY. .U'Ull. i> Your liirlluliiy iidjusl incuis >tui Miuli riu'viiy fulfilling prumisi.-.. snuvllinit; on! unfinished from last year ;nul rom an- lii.- lia'.v moments. Today's of- ton pursue inlrrcjls, the occult arts, the- ories outside regular t e l- books. AKIKS OFaiTh 21 April lOH T'nc simpler your approach. Iho bolter. trivial if Ic; it y.iss. [rou- ble if v on react pn in- volved. Home base seems brst OEMIM (Mny 21 June Be sure your comments avc free ol recrimination. Kvcning offer rcccncilinlion. re- adjustment. CANCER (.Tunr 21 July 221: Staying close lo home nnd tend- ing to essentials should fill most of your .illonlion. A friend brings welcome bill some roassurrmce. I ro 2li: avc seeing in n certain move likely is disjiyrccntenl csn Meciumical and light, others are preoccupied go- J use of material resources held vehicles don't caiv, M> up la iny thruugli own charges, i ;K common. Hcniance gets Imv- lo k'. coiKrol iill tl'.'.' v.ay. may liave no patience for yours, i (m. P'-JH- j; f i> tl if .March quorums Isul nu ansvM-is. nearer relationship Ihe- (1372: Uy 'Mie I'liLcLtgo Tritium-) VMUiO 2.t So in Your consideration and cor-ccm ior othr.-s' feelings, Lion.s on gruup L-ntcrpnscs arc [iicrcqinsitt1, may hi1 taken for i: rallied I.IliHA (Sepl. 2J Ocl. Prudence is its reward as you take on vri'.al you kv.o-.v you can handle. skipping all unncc- f-jsary ec.ufluts. Treai from tar places as incomplete, SCOIU'lO (Oct. 23 Nov. Intuilion and thought shaw a v.ay through the Iler.vrnngemcnt rf schedules may not be enonyli: pomp new decisions arc in llie works. 22-Dc-e. -U: Tuet tr.? (iJitcreuce m Ihe [uUive U you care. Water in trees Ar.dy sends a complete 22- vo P set of Ihc V.'orld Book Kncyclopcdia lo Jill McGralh. 15. of Freder- icioH. Xev, Brvniswick. for 1-cr qi'.r.-tioiv iloes up a (roc? This rr.irnclc bnii'.cs us eveiy of n common j -ts and shou; it, Jrcsb p fl mavb. sources of maicnnl dpnd. Wien ,varm gcnUe breezes return witli ilanc-nf need development. CAPIUCOHN 22 Jan. dances lend to IK.' dofio- itc, pcrmnnent. Hint your contribution is both conserva- tive and within your capacity lo continue. AQVAURS (Jnn. 2) Feb. lhat while vou Ir.e burs! [crib buds of living know that water is needed to sprout this now j mystery is how it 1 Hot all the way up the ground V. lo help those hsve boughs. How j mjnilsc. Osmosis op- h watery Skinny-thin i encase living plant, cell, rthcrs cover the fine ir super-fine hairs. 1 chemicals dissolved in water. requires a weaker solution r.nd a stronger solulion a membrane to scpara'.e them. Tin? soil supplies the weaker solution of plant nutri- ents and other chemicals, The other is Hie stronger igary inside Hie Is. Underground the LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heart a I lack can strike suddenly H continues to supply the top- -sohilions nrc ,cparatcd bv most leaves nil summer niN'stericus. i we very young, many ot us thought that the tree drank their water from the (ailing rain. Later we learned that this is not so. All a tree's moisture must be tolcd up from Lhc soil and during a summer day, a spreading tree necd> niany-many gallons of water. If we had to haul all Hint water up a tree, we would Dr. Lamb My huj-1 evidence is sudden death. Fatly exhausted. But a Ircc has passed away suddenly deposits in the ariL-rip-s lo the .several built-in haulage sys- from a heart attack at the age do not affect Ihc hlood terns Lhat do the job with "no of 40. The autopsy statement 1 pressure or the usual x-rays or j trouble at all. They make u? said "coronary occlusion." the heart sounds hear. X- My liusband was always a very rays, dye inje-leri into active, healthy man. No weight thy arteries to HIP heart mus- problem I can't recall J clc itself, can sometimes idon- cver seeing him short of bix-a'h tify Lhc disease. This procedure or give any indication of pain or symptoms. I keep won- dering why Lburc be some indication of brewing trouble, such as high blood pressure. He always passed his medical examinations in lop condition. I am wondering now what symploms he may have had that we never noticed or of isn't justified in healthy looking i people such as your huoband LSP of certain rather secret laws of nature lhat work in the in- visible realm of tiny molecules. One useful feature H the nat- ural behavior of water mole- cules. They chains and cling togetlie1; in wriggle, around wr.s. because the procedure is playing follow Ihe leader, difficult and not totally without I Warm summer air evaporates danger. The various blood tests, body weight, and factors like smok- ing identify individuals who are in a higher-risk category, but even this doesn't give us that didn't show up on any ol ability lo say going lo his medical examinations. hcpccn to one individual. Dear Header It is always I have included your letter In e terrible shock for the family the column in part to remind a young, healthy man dies: people lhai llus is a frequent! u; suddenly from heart attack. story in hoart dij-case, ou r st, This happens to a number of'mcsL common medical problem osmosi: men younger than your hu.s- in tiie ir.duslrialized nations, band. Frequently, thc.se indivi- One cut of four deaths in the duals have had no evidence of' Ur.itcd Slates is from heart at- illncss by the usual medical ex- j lacks. Now is the time to stop animations. Like your husband, i smoking, restrict or eliminate many of them might not be ov-' coffee, eliminate any evidence erweigM and usually they have of excess body fat and cdjust- been relatively active people. your ditt while you arc still All too often, the first sign of i frce of symptoms, became the heart disease is a s u d d c n i first symptom may be the last, heart p.llack or death This is! Doctors should bo more strict about ovcnve tco generous about fat and any- torfo Ihe'lhii-gs ihBv'can do'to has 'ally I deposits artur.d ths waist or over the small of the has likelihood of a moisture through surface porns in a tree's leaves. Chains of water molecules in other cells seep in to replace the loss. On this small scale, as countless molecules follow (he leader, gallons of water can seep up- hill. This helps, but a tree needs a stronger haulage system to tolc up all the water it needs up- stairs. It gcU (his help [rom process that means root membranes p.ad pis quic-lly Roes about ils Inisi- nes-s. H pushes molecules in Mice v. eaker soil solution through the membranes to join the stronger solutions inside the cells. Molecule by molecule the ground water enters the rods. The sr.me continues to push water up up through ths tree's plumbing system. Each living cell is stuffed with ri-h sap and the weaker solution from below seeps through ils mmembrane. Cell by cell, osmo- sis pushes the water un up the tree. Pcrhr.ps osmosis could do Ihe immense hauling job all by it- self, nut. it would lake longer and the is very thirsty. The work is speeded up as moisture evaporates through Ibc pores of the leaves. This coaxes wa- ter molecules to seep up from below to fill the vacancy. To- gether thsse I wo processes change the natural tendency of water to flow downhill and tote it hundreds of feet above the ground, Questlun.i as'fteii tiy cnTVlinn of Ilernld readers should be mailed (o Ask Andy, P.O. Box IluntingLon Beacn. California 92til8. (Copyriplit Chronicle) I iil.lishln-C CD. 1972) why so any doctors make bit such a big effort to gut people Caouetle makes promise prevent heart disea.se, even' though they may think they arc healthy. It i.s Ico late if the first OTTAWA Credit Leader Real CnoueUe says a federal governmenl an incrcaEcd heart atlack. GOREN ON BRIDGE he ad it 1 greater by him autonomy CCP) Social i During the inter- view, .Mr. Crsouctte said his party expects to run 203 csiidi- vrould give lo all prov- to BY CHARLES H. GOREV si Thi Chruii Tribuni] Both vulnerable, North deals. NORTH 976 V G-i 0 A K Q 3 A AKS6 WEST J 10 c q s s j i 10 1 Q 10 I 3 EAST KQZ K j 7 J 3 J SOUTH A A B J 4 V A 10 3 ORBS A The bidding: East 1 1 2 4 A Tass Pass Pass Pass Soulh 1 A 2 3 Pass ttfsl Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Jack of North and South employed an indirect auction to reach their (our spade conlract acd tho It provided West with a clue to uncover the most damaging opening lead-de- clarer managed! nevertheless to come up with a winning counter strategy. North opened the bidding with one diamond! and South responded with one spade. North could not offer an im- mediate raise with three small trumps, so he showed hia wcond suit. Soulh kepi things going by giving a dia- mond preference and when his partner made a delayed spade raise, the farmer had enough in reserve to invite a game. North accepted by carrying on to four spades. West got off lo the killing o p e n i n e of the Jack of spades, for in the absence oE the trump lead, declarer has time lo ruff a heart in dum- my and confine his losing tricks on the deal to two spades and 's heart. South ohserved that ha would have lo aller his plan of campaign, it a setback were to be averted. The jack of spades was permitted to hold thfi first trick, but de- clarer won the trump contin- uation with the since he was being denied the privilege of ruffing a heart in dummy, he resolved to make good all the trumps in his own hand instead, by trumping out North's small ca rds, The ace and king of clubs were cashed first, followed by a club ruff. The queen of diamonds put North in lo lead a fourth club on which East discarded a heart as South trumped in again. A diamond was led over lo the king, the ace was played and then Koulh used his remain- ing trump, Ihe eight, to ruff out the three of diamonds. The nee of hearts was cashed and! Ihe last [wo tricks were conceded to tha opposition. In all, declarer scored the ace of spades, the ace ot hearLs, three high diamonds, and one ruff in lhat suit, and two high clubs and two ruffs In ihat suit. Observe lhat if one of Ihc opponents had been able to trump in or over- trump at any stage, dum- my's nine of spades would have become promoted to winning rank and provided an eventual winning trick lo cov-r South'! third heart. not Ihc right secede from confederation. "1 (eel that our federal con- text should bs organized in such a wav that on.cli province would be herself mid would have more autonomy than ever he said on the CBC program En- counter. Asked whether this would in- clude the right to secede, Mr. Caouede said "definitely not." "I Ihink tliat can keep the parts together by inducement, by conviction." But if there ucre defiance, he said, it would be ''enforced." Grande Prairie petition valid EHMONTON fCP) The Local Authorities Hoard bns ruled that a petition calling for a vote on a Si-million road pro- ject in the County of Grando Prairie is valid- Rill Weber, Ihn county's FCC- rrtary treasurer, had ruler! Inst Scptcmher thai the a03- name petition wns invalid be- cause of irregularities involv- inp Ihe witnessing of signa- Lures. The petition, circulated by Ren Smashnuk of Vv'cmbly, in- volved a proposed road to a pulp mill. The board, in a decision an- n o u n c e d today, said Mr. Smnshnuk's handling of the pc- lition lo the point lhat it reach- i ed Nfr. Weber was sufficiently correct lo make the protest valid. clntes in the next federal elec- tion, it expects lo win at lea.sl 3r> seals in three held new by cabinet min- supports the mon- archy, and the restoration of capital punishment. The parly now haa 13 Cjm- mons from Mr. Caouette also said the Of- ficial Lanyuaj-es Act is "of no use.'1 is no way tba' a sci'ond language can be im- posed on anyone through legis- lation. "So instead of using compul- sion. I say let's uso incluce- mcnl.'1 Irtftenci of adults with the loss of jobs un- less they learn a second lan- guage, the program should bcgin. uith children in school. A Serial Credit government would provide funds for Ibis, and if the program were started ui'.h children, "in than five years you will hear French and English from canst to coast in Canada any discrimma- LUm against anyone." Mr. Caouetle predicted that hLs party will defeat Economic Expansions Minister Jean Nfar j chand, Imlirji Affairs Minister I Jean Chretien and trade Mini j 1 ter Jean-Luc Pepin. lie said i there were rumors tiie three i would change ridings because ol Hie Social Credit strength. Mr. Caouetle snid the mon- archy must be maintained "for the protection of our country.1' "1 prefer a monarchy to a presidency whereby politicians or financiers will he playing to elect a president and then con- I UCNiW WHERE k eWfiP HE fKOCLPN'T K IVT ALONE. KEU. PROPAFLS 6-1' A Or UVv'.W... AREN'T 6UT TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan HF.AVEN5TOA10ICY, CRUPPER, PEAKj... A CHILP d LIKE IWTA NEVER SMOKE A CI6AR AM' PRINK A PEER OM QetTIN'UP III PA MORNIN'l YA'LL SPOIU YER BREAKFAST! BLONDlE-By Chic Young VOU WHAT A PAIR OF PArxJTS V THAT I MIGHT DO BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker DO X WANT CHOCOLATE H'L Al Cnpp HAKE Y SO SOCKS HatooKoff so much as a fare-thee well. UIBS a rotten loser.'.' MY HAM P-AS ON F_ AMERICAN] TO NO SOCKS WED. ARCHIE-By Bob Montana DIDMT-fOU PASTE THE OM A BALLOON rf'WF.LL, FULL Op AIR, LJKt I I DIDN'T HAVE A BALLOON.. AND lOIS-By Dik Browne il trol the president.' Fie, stood "one hundred per cent for the restoration of capi- tal punishment.'1 He, saJd he fa- vors rehabilitation when it can FIND ANCIENT ART be achieved, but in 55 per cent, OSAKA, Japan j of Ihe cases it is not achieved, ArchcoloRists reported Monday and wlicn a criminal kills some- finding drawings of three i body "I wouldn't play loo much I human figures, believed to dale j uith that from the sixth or seventh cen- "The rjucsiion wiusihcr -su- j lury. on the walls of an ancient cicty was being protected lornb near this western Japa- against criminals or criminals nesc city. i protected against society. R.ASSTCN SOT BACK THE SLIDES HE -OCX Of, THEIR CARIBBEAN TSIP SHORT RIES-By Frank O'Nen WELL, AT LEAST HE CAVT ,'AAKE MUCH EATIM3 AM ORANGE: ;