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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Courtesy imprcves rour are strange. Think before re- debate seems pointless Health I chances on the road easy but your casual manner it sown so Ask TAL'HL'S 20-Alay [as you're likely short of funds Younper people point the way.'and rbotit to er.cciniter a good j SAOITTAlllUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Oidcr >our tolrr-' tunily to use aJ! the The care of yo'ir health ance In-pulse buying can be M.X ces> at har.d. j pe-sonal rctcuvces takes e LEO (July Aug. j lirs.1 p-ionty. It may be hard CK.M1M (Ma> 2i-Jimc words may turn j to heap a secret today Share httle confused oi'o- .-side discord You're apt to I CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan cress rather thsn go it a'or.e feel thr', the ideas of others 19': Your friends' attempts at hcirg helpful may cause prob- lem'. Face each issue as soon (Aug. ?2i: I as it comas up j Physical exertion is inappro-1 AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. i oriate. Wjiat counts is y0ur routine plus soeeiil I tion cf direction in a larger obiigatuns add up to a heavy j context v.-o'-kload. Put in 'overtime if it LIBRA (Sept- 23-Oet. hslp matters. You are at vcur best when not i SOMETHING (IKS IT FAIR AMP THE FIRST 6AME UEVe EVER UON.' YOU SAtfA GROUP OF eOTTOSETHER? 8I.T ALL CHARLIE BftMNJHEKE NOTHIN6 MORE THAN THE 6ETTINS T06ETHEK OF A 6RWOF PARENTS 4-rr Y TUMBLEWEEOS-By Tom K. Ryan ipprpjiTii i......wis A i? i wti'i Mawis in the limelight Start early PISCES (Feb. 19-March External conditions appear What is iade? Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Ger- ald Lee age 13, Bay City. Texas, for his ques- tion: nil at mineral is iade? Gerald purchased a sample of nephrite for his rock collec- tion. He was told that this min- brov.-ns. soft yellows. off-! brings news, white and almost black. The SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Ncv Sound now be on the ball. Eveaing A -prayer }n_; vokes guidance. Accept delays mineral nephrite is a silicate with calcium, magnesium and iron. Samples vaiy and the jade quality depends on color and texture. Our local rock- store samples usually corns trom California or Wyoming. Alaska or British Columbia. Jadeite jade is a hardev, denser mineral than neohrite jade and its colors are deeper with patience, result v from voiir determination and i (1873. The Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. 1 j i I eral is jade Later he was given mcre lustrous Jadeite is a a sample of jadite which j witn was said to be jade. Nephrite, rf alicon OXJ.gen_ n and Jadeite are different mm- contains sodium and aluminum. I erals and when both are rep- resented as real jade, one sus- pects hanky-panky. But both of these minerals are qualified to be called jade. As in nephrite, the waxy jade- by the1 HELLO, LOTSA LUCK. WHY ARB YOU SITTING ON THAT BLONDIE-By Chic Young Kidney is giant filtering plant A trained expert may hesi- In olden days, people believ-_ tate to between ed certain precious and semi- j of frite and jade. rvn er ht-rtitrthT rTOrtH F _ precious stones brought good luck or bad luck Others were said to cure this or that dis- j ff WlJ-w ease or to ward off whatever gtates the difference in prac. ite by merely looking. But simple lab tests prove which is which Also, the price tag plagues might be striking the neighbors. For example, the Spanish trusted a cert a i n smooth green mineral to cure a pain in the side. They named it piedra de ijada "stone-of-the-side" We call it jade. Several different tical terms Samples of neph- rite jade may range frcm to S200.00 per pound, depend- ing mainly on color aud tex- ture But top quality Jadeite jade is far more valuable. Dear Dr. Lamb Please dis- j kidney restricts the cuss renal threshold, particu- j oil salt in the urine. In order to larly w ith respect to diabetics j sccomplish thsse complex mecliarisms the kidney has a j threshold level for most sub- j slanees so that when an excess DON'T YOU EiJEVS IN EQUAL R'SHTS I FOR f- AND VOMEM L, V 1 i r i fcsfcl' and its variations in time ard in different pecpie. Is there a pattern of change in the renal ________ _ ___ _______ threshold according to age, dur- j amount accumuktes in the BEfTlE BAIlEY-By Mort Walker aiion of diabetes and from time blcad, it is eliminated MAKE TPEM EQUAL TMEV'Li- ALL OVER US.' factors? Dear Reader The kKhsy is a giant Sltenng plant for the body Whaa the body contains too much water the normal kid- I excess glucose is elimin rev will eliminate the excess. Dermal pecpie can s When tested for mineral iden- minerals tification_ jadeite fuses J _ If cur diet contains msre salt than we need, the excess salt is by -fl t J are caUed jade, thougn none and foms a can be trustee to ease a pain gl2ssv Because of its g2ssv ecause o in he side. Their outstanding sodiuni content> thefiam8gUpas quahties are beauty ot color, xephrite fuse3 and texture. Since ancient lpss mi ,he {rothv times, the jades have been treasured as carving stones. The best qualities give off a musical resonance and a pre- cious jade carving of the Orient often stands beside a small less easily minus the frothy bubbles and the yellow tint in the flame Tinted serpentine, idocrase. hessomte and a long list of other minerals mav be called jade. Tests prove them to be less hard and less dense If (commonly luoca i _ bubHv white ed bjocd rise? to? hlg" the excess glucose is filtered out by the kidney At the same time, for the fil- tering ijiecbanism to work pro- Rsgarding blood glucose, the i filter level is set at values of about 170 or 180. If the glucose level is greater than this, the 'nated. sugar in their urine by this method If they eat a let of sweets j which axe rapidly absorbed from the digestive tract the bleed glucose level will rise sharply and the 170 level of the renal threshc'd. The ex- cess sugar is lost in the urine i Ihe blood sugar returns to nor- i hammer. When an admiring jadeite visitor has feasted bis eyes, he' i taps the work of art and enjoys I Questions asked by children a soft sound that echoes like i of Herald readers should mailed to Ask Andy. P.O. Bot 765. Hnntir.gton Beacb, a fairy gong. In ancient China, precious treasures were carved from California 92G4S. nephrite jade. gentle colors j Copyright Chronicle range through waxy greens and I Publishing Co. 1973) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN ft 1f73, The Chicsaa Tribunt Both North deals NORTH 4X743 perly, the kidney is set to con- niai and after that the glucose serve vital elements. If we're, is conserved and no more is j not drinking enough water the eliminated in the urine kidney quits eliminating water, j People do have different re- If we don't eat enough salt, the i naj thresholds for glucose and when people get older, particu- larly if they have associated kidney disease, the threshold for loss of glucose is raised. A person can have a high b1ood glucose level and be a severe diabetic and still not be spill- ing a lot cf sugar in the urine. Tljis problem is why doctors rely on blood sugar tests while they're actually doing the ma- jor portion of regulating a dia- betic. It is more reliable than using the urine test. Also there some individuals who have i LI I ABNER-By Andy Copp Today in history ASO A YOUR PIRST ME 1 CROCK' COMiC BOOK- -i l' By THE CANADIAN PRESS Anti Comm-unist volunteers ouiilv. landed in Cuba at the Bay of' Pigs 12 years ago today in; commoijiy tend to lose sugar 13S1 111 an attempt to over- O 10 8 4 3 A 9 4 EAST A K S A .1 10 2 iy K to s 3 i 2 K .1 9 6 5 Q .t fi A 10 S 7 5 2 SOUTH A Q S 5 V Q -I 5 A A Q 7 2 A A K 3 The bidding: North East South West Pass Pass 1 NT Dble. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Queen of A That takeout doufaies of one in a suit should occa- sionally. be left in for profit is an idea that the averags piaster is to grasp. In fact it may be that he is somewhat too quick to grasp it. for there is a tend- ency on the part of some to leave in the double merely because there appears to be no convenient takeout. When yoar partner makes a take- out doubk of one in a suit, it is depriving him of his fran- chise for you to pass and 3.et the opponents play the one contract doubled jost be- cause >ou happen to be IriRhtened. A distinctkm is to be note-rt between doubles of one of a wnt and doubles of one rx> t r u in p Normally severe damage mil nut be inflict- ed cm the soil at this low But at no tramp. the bidder subject to attack from all 13S1 in an attempt throw the Castro government. Early reports were optimistic but survivors of the force of 1.200 men surrendered within a few days and were later ransomed for medical and in- dustrial supplies. The failure heavy penalties can be in- flicted en at the one level. The arithmetic of the situ- ation is relatively simple. The player who makes an immediate double of one no trump should have a hand presumably as good as the opener is to say about 16 points. If doubter's partner has six. almost the entire pack is accounted for and dummy will be virtually trick-less. Declarer will find ou- playing the band a highly nance of the U.S. Central In-. gar Whieh fiuctuates in accor-' doubtful pleasure. tel'igence Agency over Cuban aailce eaten and -'O A JTO- DO- 7 SEMT )TMAT o- 3.UT-ICAWT J THAT'S j) Bob Montana the sugar level has not become markedly etevated. This is a very rare condition, however. In normal people, the renal threshold for eliminating blood sugar is fairly ccistant and, doesn't vary much throughout' broke up the united front of the day or with time unless dis- levoluticnary council in the ease Develops. The big change' United States acd the doim- j js jn the ievel the blood Recorded here is one of the bloodiest examples that has come to our attention this season. South's one no trump opening, based on a point count of 18, was surely aboie reproach. West, whose holding was worth 17 points, had a sound double. East, having five points, decided to leave the double in and e s t made the inspired opening lead of the queen of clubs. Declarer with the king and. hoping to do some- thing with his diamond hold- ing, played the ace and a small diamond. won Mith the jack and continued the jack of clubs. De- clarer held off until Ice third round and cleared the dia- mond? on v.-hich East d.s- Varded the seven of hearts. srs-itched to a small heart. East put up the ace and proceeded to cash out t-ao ciab tricks as West dis- posed of Ihe six and ten of hearts. A switch to the jack f'f spades gave the balance to the defease. In scored three spades, two hearts, two diamonds and three dubs to record an 1.100 point set on the deal. j refugees, but the effects were 1 felt within Cuba, wheie political arrests increased and all politi- cal parties were amalgamated into one state organization. 30.000-ton French liner Paris burned at Le Havre. 1929 Sir Clifford Sifton. Manitoba minister of education during the school crisis, died. I Khrushchev, the late premier of the Soviet Union, was born. 1356 Quebec was made the seat of the Canadian govern- ment. was in- corporated. how the body handles it. "When j the blood sugar exceeds the threshold then it's eliminated acd when it's below the thres- hold, it is conserved. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this news- paper. P.O. Box 1551, Radio j City Station. New York. N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. I Lamb's booklet on low blood sugar, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for "Low Blood Sugar" booklet. DO YOU WANT TO WAKE UP TO THE E SOONPS OF ...CRICKETS...- ....BIRDS i WATER.' IT TAKES CASSETTES J YOU CAM CHOOSE HOW YOU WANT TO I HEY. 6E WAKENED.' HATE WAKIN6UPTO THIS DARNED HI AND LOIS-By Oik Start tests CALGARY fCP> cf three giant ditching ma- chines capable of cuftinti a trench through pennafrosi has been started by Canadian Arciic Gas Strdy Ltd The ditchers are prototypes Fun with figures NO WONDER SO RAT, THiNKT ABOUT IS I'LL SHE'S -f NHVER TASTSui SHORT RIBS-ty Frank O'Neal HAGAR HORRIBlE-By Oik Browns By ,1. A. H. HUNTER Esch distinct letter in this y addition stands for a par-' of what the company hopes to Ucular but differer.l digit. 1 use in the eventual construe- It's really very easy. Right! lion of a pipeline down the away you can see thai the let- J Mackenzie River .aJtey. ter S must stand for Use digit' The tests are being earned l. Tben wfoat about Ihe letter out in a permafrost near j T here? Fort ChurchiJl. Man., which is i Bat SIRS what's that? j accessible by rail and where} (Answer tomorrow) i the soil conditions are sirai- YestaxlaVs answer: Doug' lar to 1hose along the planned J had 13 candies. VO.J NV It.' BUGS BUNNY UWST sees ON WPTHIN THE HUSC "ELECTRONIC 8.ZA1N OF A COMPJTER? S CHOWS.. is. 80TTO.J AN'SEE "ONE PASTKAM. OW RYE.. HOU? "WE ;