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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE mxaaioGE MERAVD April 12, 1971 YOUR HOROSCOPE Did HE EVcRTR-i" FISHTWS A HUNDREP-ANP-BFTf- POUNO CAT 7 TIIl'nSllAY. Al'UIl. a Tour birthday loday: Tlic early luilf of ilw senls sleep a lot of nclion. perhaps ii of job or relocation. The Inter half is for amsolitlalimi mill .5 i mplificaljoit. Tnuistorma- lion is tlic ]uain pysehic phe- nomenon, altering your way o( JrjokulR al Hie world. To- day's natives are always hopeful, wailinfl for a Ijellcr I urn of events while actively By JEAN6 DIXON i method of Retting tilings clone., Avoid speculation and games'own advice nboul details ol, A sick'linc or special interest! mor.ey. Friends :irc busy plans. comes on readily, but should not. i on vour liciiaK. but Uike your! lly The Chicago Tribune) j Ire rushed. (Aug. 23 221-. (letting aromul, passing tlie word, keeping ordinary work Koing smoothly is enuiifili tor tlic lime boinfi. Ilelax early. I.IIIItA fsciil. 23 Oct. vSpcciiil concessions for loca co operation may bring posi- tive response from impoi Luit people, but you mnsL let tbcin workinc to copo "itli tbings i know what you're as they are. St'OItlMO (Oct. it Nov. AIUKS (Mardi 21-April Consider your limitations Make this a busy. i n i s 11 mid pace your efforts lo things early 11 sessions require some added "nsidsrale of those ttclest "1C sllilkes- However niosL modern young folk arc learning to enjoy all the earth's creatures, including the snakes. vol Encyclopedia lo Karen Have llarl. 10. of Ciastonia. Xorlli Carolina, for her ques- tion: ihios a snake have a lorkril tongue? Some people cannot abide snakes of any soil and those forked tongues fill them with shuddering horror. These weird feelings way back lo (lie of hislory. so let's be TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon good ad- vice and subsequent benefits. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 We now know lhat in order lo ,1s pollution, we must learn lo personal and on all levels, according lo vvhal; LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Too prunes Cnj0y jiving in harmony (lie entire world of nature. The sliicly of nature coaxes us lo the world from many poinls of view. learn lhal each type of animal copes votb the world in his own way. We his mouth. No, it is not a Ibreatcning stinger. In fact, il is loo soil lo pierce skin or Mesh and its owner lakes care to protect it from any sort of rough treatment, Actually, that fliekiiiR forked tongue is taking quick samples of Ihe air. Tho samples are analyzed I when it pops back into the (snake's mouth. The air teems wilh tiny par- ticles of Ibis and lhat. They are too small lo be seen, but some of them bring scents to cur noses. And sneUs often tell us what tilings taste like. The snake bns sensitive cells inside his month. They can de- tect, certain interesting smells in the air samples. Some ex- perts suspect that these cells also tell him nlial a nearby ani- mal might taste like. Most like- ly they also detect gritty dust filONDIE-By Chic Young H1C wurui ill ins u i clon'l expect him to see Ihings i and perhaps particles of smoke as ve do b cr a u 5 areii t a probla Dear Dr. l.anih How many prunes a day ore too many? I cal five or six every evening and need no laxative. Am I too dependent on prunes? I am 70, of normal weight, and in A person's thirst is usually a pretty good guide as lo how much water he should drink, unless he has a medical prob- lem that suggests he should drink more or less. A person good health. How much water should drink about eight glasses should the average person drink of fluids a day, including fruil a day? Will your recommenda- juices, other beverages, milk lion include or he in addition to j and water. coffee, fruit juices, etc.? 1 1 am a faithful reader of your I rjcar Ur. l.ainh Have you column and Ihink it is excel, j CVer heard of fibrous anemia Caches him lo solve the prob-i The fascinating tongue (licks i in and alonp a groove. Far- i ther back on the floor of his mouth Ihere is a little pit. This is where the snake lucks his tongue whin he swallovrs. After all, he doesn't want it to he bruised by a victim struggling ou his way down hLs expanable throat. Before we shudder at lems hi his very special snr- rotmdiiigs. The snakes live suc- I cessful lives, even though Iliey I have no legs and are stone deaf. However, remember that they see things their way and regard us as r.eilher friends i nor enemies. However, about 200 of Ihera are dangerous. lent. Hear neadcr You are very fortunate. There are a good (dry tf so can you tell me the cause and cure? Dear Reader suspect Ihis many people who would like to term refers to loss of function solve their bowel problem by of Ihe bone marrow. Normally, the simple expedient of eating I the bone marrow manufactures five or six prunes a day. Don'l blood cells. When anything hap- As summer approaches, we RO on trips into the wild and some of us will visit different vacation places. Now' is a good time to learn which dangerous snakes share our home states and also which ones we may expect to meet when we go on vacation. We can lind this in- formation, with helpful pictures, in our school and local libra- ries. Let's he sure we can spot! the dangerous snakes before i r' RAISED I I A BEETLE BAIUY-By Mort Walker bis inconsiderate lable manners, lei's remember Ihis. His ways are nol our ways. He does what he docs because he belongs to tile world of nalurc. Questions asiteo: Jjv cMlWien of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box .'55, llunlington Beac'a, California 926IE (Couyriphl Chronicln) I ubiishing Co. 1372) worry about being dependent on them. That is one of the best approacbes you can use lo this lype of problem. Keep right OQ ealing tbem. There is no sel rule as to how much water a person should drink. As your teller suggests, you do get water in all the dif- ferent beverages that you drink. Some people drink very little water because of the large amounts of coffee and other drinks, they consume. I am not a big fan of coffee because of its drug effect, which can af- fect the digestion, the heart and the nervous system. ?'ruit juices are excellent. There is also valer in other food, for exam- ple, approximately 70 per cent of the weight of a piece of lean roundsteak Is water. we settle doivn to admire the harmless ones. For example, a deadly raltler has a fascinating forked tongue. But let's dash off in Ihe opposite direction without wasting one moment- It is easier and a lot safer to opens to it so that if can no', watch the same fascinating longer fill this function an ane- j tongue at work in the mouth of mia results. a harmless snake. The long Heart machines recalled DOS" I lOsicsv ANY FLAP? J V J Ll'L ABNER-By Al Capp Lit 11 I ForlunaLely, this problem Is slender fork darts in and out of relatively rare. It Is more apl to occur in older people but it can occur following exposure a variety of toxins (poist and even sometimes as a com' plication or toxic reaction lo certain medicines. Occasionally the spleen is a j factor. A person will: this type j of problem needs a complete I evaluation by a specialist in blood diseases In some instances, if one can he certain that the spleen is a factor, surgery is indicated. In other instances hormones and other medicines are helpful and sometimes it is necessary to provide blood transfusions. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) GOREN ON BRIDGE MILWAUKEE, (AP) JTlie General Electric Co. has recalled 487 pacemakers be- cause about 20 of them are .sus- pected of having failed to function properly, a spokesman tor the firm's medical systems department said here. Julian Charlier said some of the units, made between June and August, 1071, had allowed bear! rales to increase 10 to 20 beaLs a minute and thero was a possibility the speedup xvould get progressively worse. A normal resting heart aver- age about 71) a nrimile, although there is much indivi- ons by signing an international dual variation and doctors say convention negotiated at the Ge- j exertion can push Ihe rate 120 MOSCOW (Renter! Can- ada, the United States, the So- viet Union and Britain agreed here lo cutlaw biological wcap- BY cium.Es H. IS im- BTTM East-West vulnerable. Norti leals. NORTH A 2 A K 8 5 0 A J 8 6 5 A .1 J 3 WEST A K 5 4 n V 3 H 3 073 01038 KAST A A Q 10 3 Q f, Q 10 3 4 J. KGS2 The Nnrlh 1 SOUTH A J S7 K 7 G 1 3 2 0 K2 AT4 Kasl Pass Pass South I West Tass Pass Oponin.s lead: Ton nf A South kept Xorth's one diamond hid open with a response of one h'jsrL [hi> holding barely adds up to six points, count- ing high cnrrls ami distri- the lalter resolved to leave nothing further lo chance. Jits hand was worth 20 points in lupport o[ hearts, FX> he leaped directly In in that ?uit. This is, of course, by no means a rlnsa out and if partner has a reasonable holding, r.n jnay be rxpcctod to carry on. West opened- the ten of clubs and the ace was ployed Irom dummy. If appeared '.o the easiest way to come lo 10 tricks was to North's diamonds ar.d set his campaign ac- cordingly, The ace ol bearU was cashed first to lest trump following Uie queen. A diamond was played to the king next, and then back to the ace. A third round of diamonds was led and ruffed with the three of hearts. West over- 'mffcJ with the ten, put his partner in with [he king of clubs to play a fourth round of diamonds. South tramped with the four of hearts, but West topped this with the jack and a spade was re- lumed io East's see Ifl score the setting trick. Cashing both of the lop hearts would not have sal- vaged the deal, for West can rdu'.i lo overrufl the third diamor.d and merely wail to get in with either the queen, of clubs or Ihr king of spades li lead IV, jsck of hearts and drav; a thirti rour.d o[ tnimps himself. This uil! leave South or.a trick short of his goal There is one .sure way lo succeed on the deal. cashing the king and ace of diamonds and leading a third of de- clarer should discard a club frfrn his hajyi. pc-rmitlir.j K3.SI If) hold the Irick the tr-n. Tr.n. latter car. con- tiniin (he rjut-en ard V.cst Mill Gvcrruff declarer wi'h the ten, but in so doing, ho ftill merely be scoring a natural trump Irick. The kin? of hearts picks up West's jack and declarer la-jis two trumps lo ruff out North's remaining clubs. South loses three tricks on Ihe ona heart, and one Jiainond. neva disarmament conference. In all. representatives of 47 countries signed the agreement al the Moscow ceremony and heard Soviet President Nikolai Porlgorny say il could serve as a good example for solving I other disarmament problems. I "The reaching of agreement on b a n ni n g barteriological weapons in a certain measure j opens new favorable perspec- lives for continuing the struggle i to slow the arms he said. Apparently referring to the strategic arms limitation talks with the Uniled Stales, Pod- gorny added that in signing he biological weapons ban Russia was expressing ils dctermina- lion lo limit other areas ol Ihe arms race, including strategic arms. CHINA. FRANCE ATiSENT China arxl France, which did not allend the Geneva confer- ence, were nol represented al the signing. Similar ceremonies were also being held in Wash- inglon and London. above harm. The causing pacemakers are im- planled where nerve impulses lhal make the heart pump are irregular or loo lo force proper functioning. The units, which have a battery that gradually discharges arc gen- erally required to be replaced every one to years. The company will pay medi- cal costs as well as supplying new units, Charlier said. ARCHIE-By Bob Montana i I've JOINED A FABULOUS 1 MAIL- ORDER I CLUB.' N, NO rr's FOR AIDS'.NNOW THE. OUES fNCLUDF. A N PAYING "LlPSnCKOF THE IW3NTH HE'S AND THIS MONTH ON "TULIP" HIS HOBBY.. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne Check beef for cancer honiione OTTAWA (CPl Tlic federal health department is checking beef samples across Canada to ensure they arc Ircc of a hor- Thp convention prohibits the i monn recently linked with can- development, production and cer. stockpiling of bacteriological Recent reports from the U.S. and IOMIC weapons. Sifinatories said lhat about BO young women undertake lo of any ex- had developed a rarp malignant isling storks within nine months of it coming into force. Signing for the big Ihree nu- clear powers were Koviot For- eign Minister Andrei Gromyko, U.S. Ambassador Jacob Itaam and Tlritain's Ambassador Sir John KHlick. The pact comes into force when ratified by 22 nations in eluding Ihe three co-sponsors. Uimnr of the vagina. Their mothers ware treated with the h o r m o n c, tlielhylslilbestrol to prevent threatened abortions. Canadian regulations permit no DKS in meat for human con- sumption. A recent study rc.vTalcd one-tenth of one per ccm of beef samples tested were contaminated uilli the Imr- mone, which is widely used in rattle feed as a growth stimu- lant. Dr. A. R, Morrison, assistant SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY TO VfSIT CHINA TOKYO f Renter' Former foreign minister Tnkco Miki said yesterday he will leave for' dcpvily health minister, said j Peking April 13 for a nnt-uceK ahoul beef samples will be visit to China. Miki, considered j tested. Fewer than 100 have i l one of the candidates lo succeed i hccn tested lo dale, at lahora- Prcmior Ki-saku Salo, in- I lories in Halifax and Torono, vited by Chinese Premier Chou j and no contamination bad Ka-lai. I been found, he said. WE RE OLJ3 PANC1SJ'HORSE ACT L THAT AUDITION T. ;