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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 'HE IE1HBSIOGE HERAID _ WodnciHoy. April It, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON -M'lnt, 37 Your Wrllulny liulny: Hurls you improvisinc: ailramiiTs m spite of U'litvtenii limita- tions. Opportunity requires on your trends are growth and part. Emotional toward deeper satisfaction and stronger relations. To- day's natives generally suffer nut of sheer stubbornness, persevere beyond reasonable limitations. ARIES (March 21 April 1HV LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heart drug comes Diversity makes no hack wluit in the in today's w o r k ense until you look evening and sec ed. Make corrce- from a plant to take them exactly as he pre- scribes and for as long as ho recommends. Many individuals need to take these for life and do so without having any major difficulty. The medicine helps TAVHl'S (April 20 .May A fine (Jay for trouble-shooting but you won't have much luck finding simple solutions, Medi- tation brings true inspiration. CiKMIM (May 21 JUHP Co-operation is available if you don't jiet too serious about any- Home life brightens with a welcome surprise, CANCKK (June 21 July Large gatherings have little lo offer you. Planned actions suc- ceed despite a relatively dull appearance. l.KO (July Aug. Speculation tends to boomer- while personal intrigues expand. Family affairs become busy, ;mrl a good story goes the rounds. 23 Sept. i Young people have questions which vou can't answer fully 01 Dear Dr. Lamb I have been taking Lcinoxin for heart rhythm. I my trouble is due to nervous disorders. I have no chest pain, etc. Some- times I notice no rhythm dis- turbances for weeks and Mici> to improve the strength of the it si arts attain. 1 lake one small heart muscle and in this ivav if tab'et of Lanoxin a day by pie- our most useful drug in j lend to rcgular rou- scrintion. Is this a chnuerous treatment of certain heart irre- ,as Viere to" take Vial-ides and avparcritlv your! ''IBRA 2Z know doctor feels that you have" the Thcro are so Wolker brewed tea for people who had j tion can be caused by nervous j jn a "dropsy" or accumulation of j ness, too much coffee and (j ne fluid. In many instances tb tea relieved them of their dis- order. His colleagues thanked him for his trouble by nearly drumming him out of the Bri- tish medical profession. Today these medicines re- j gularities main the single most import- ant drugs that have ever been discovered for heart disease. When ttie doctor gives them to you it is important to continue nrettes. It can also he caused gives his genus and his own personal species, i The salmon and trout share a family in the same order, the :lrcdged up near the coast and the electric eel belong by heart trouble. Remember, people with heart attacks often have "indigestion" which ob- 5nocjes scures the real problem. Your i 0 jn stomach pas can trigger irre- of tho Why don't you stop using any ccffee tea, colas and cigarettes? And of course continue the medi- of South Africa. The event was remarkable because ichthyolo- gists had assumed that this fish became extinct ages ago. In the past few years, marine biologists have discov- ered weird and wonderful fish- es living in t h e impossible ocean abyss. Hence, it is not cine your doctor has given you as long as he recommends it. Oddities in the News MEMPHIS, Teun. (AP) C. Kline, s The Memphis Better jurlge. c Bureau couldn't help the who complained that R car dealer refused to refund his down payment after he decided not to buy the car. "You have not tolri us all the the bureau chided in its newsletter. "The dealer suggested you take the car Mass. (AP) A policeman parked his patrol i car with the keys still in the ignition ami joined a hunt through a wooded area for a robbery suspect. The suspect escaped in the cruiser. R test ride you dkf. you were gone three clays put more than miles exercise the car. (Router) WICHITA. Kan. W) warships from Turkey, Ten-year-old Lisa Starr Italy, Britain and the her sister, Deborah, 14, States will take part in a called to jury duty last exercise named Dawn in Sedgwick County 72 in the eastern Medi- May 2-19, Turkish "It was just one of headquarters an- computer here. GOREN ON BY riMRI.KS 11. could have improved Neither vulnerable. prospects by allowing West tr> hnld the first tricU. West continues with anollv heart, South takes the sec- A Q J 10 round '.vith the ace and f- runs a heart, lo enter for the spade fi- A Q J 10 West is not in position WEST shift profitably to dia- A K S A 1 himself, so he must K Q 10 S 7 ,F ft with either a spade or a C K J 9 t S fi 1 A7 6 South finesses m j East will presumably j A A 0 7 6 a diamond, but now de- A r, is in full charge. A 10 up the arc, draws any ft S may be out- The and then nm.s the South Wpjit N'orlh and rls his ru- 1 A A diamonds. j H A I'ais I'nss it is true dcc-Iar- j Opening lead: Kin.? of can be defeated r.n the On a day u'lir-n if Kasl has both Ihe consistently loses his and jack of diamonds it is flifficult to show West shifts to that suit however, Kouth's time he is on lead-- rirp lo land his four can do nothing lo contract may he his fale wilh more arcurritely tn nek kings unfavorably lo- keeping his powder The advantage gained West opened tr.c king ducking the first round of and South won is that East can be first trick with the ace. out of the lead for an led a s m ail ciub from diamond shift which and finessed prove fatal if West has Un, losing fo the king of that suit. promptly shifter! fo a thai Soulh mond. Declarer player! West to IriH Ihe fii-st seven from his harLf! and the latter shifts ti AVest put up thrj king to club, declarer should re- plete the defensive the finesse and play When the spade finesse from dummy. The qntcn taken subsequently and spades is put losing South conceded himseif In Ihe however if down hy mijucrinfj a club to Kant's abotit his had South is once more in in finding three kings all to assume control favorahiy ho retains the acp of While ;inc! hoth of the- the cards, wore in'icod kings havo been di.v he contended that likely that all the fLsh species arc known to man. However, the known species outnumber all the other backboned ani- mals and we can expect the list to grow longei1. Roughly bony fishes have been identified anci clas- sified, plus a large assortment of sharky fishes whose bones are gristly cartilage. The fishes come in a vast variety of shapes and sizes and at least a few species are at home in al- most every body of water from pole to pole. Some live in moun- tain lakes almost three miles above sea level. In order to qualify as a fish, an animal must have gills and fins. And almost all fishes have scales instead of fur or feathers. Naturally, the known fishes have been classified in related groups and given scientific names clues to their spe- As vertebrates the advanced Phylum Chordata. At one time, all of them were grouped under Pisces, the fishes. Now they are separated into two classes. ,pjic C'hondrichtliyes, meaning the cartilage fishes, includes the sharks and rays, the dogfishes and the chimae- ras. The vast majority of fishes are in the Class OstcichUwes, the bony fishes. Each class has number of orders formed from groups of related fam- ilies, Each family is a group of closely related genera. The scientific name of each fish cial features. they belong in n different orders. One family las alxnit 2.0IX) carp species, i ither family belongs to tboul 25 sturgeons. Every fish species is specially adapted to v.on way of life in his favor- r ti? wtilery environment. Tlie numerous fishy details arc fas- cinating. But the past history of ,liis hardy clan is downright bibulous. The fishes were the earth's first vertebrates and their dynasties date back at least 100 million years. Their early ancestors were toothy and armor plated. They gradually improved and after 100 million years their descendants greet- ed the Devonian Period with a flourish. Numerous c a pablc species thronged the .shallow, fresh seas and made this the Age of Fishes. In this world of 3M million years ago, the fishy Pisces were more advanced than any other creatures on land or in the seas. Millions of years later, the mighty dinosaurs reached their heighday and declined. But the fishes continued to advance, on through the present Age of j Mammals. Herring, salmon j and mackeral species arrived with the dinosaurs. Electric eels perfected their shock treatments after the dinosaurs net de- veloped in the Miocene Epoch about 26 million years ago, just about when the first apes and flowering plants appeared on the dry land. Questions assert ctiHdicn o( Herald readers should be-. mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. i Box (55, Munlington Bcaca, California 92G4H fOpyrighl Chronicle) I uhlishtng Co. f LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp NEVAH MINPTH' TITLE.'! DHMAUDS EQUAI- TIME -OFAU. THASS FINJir. if THE AM'DECEMl" v IN AMFRICW: LL LI WIT TO AODIEMCb'. lO VOU WAMT TO ARCHIE-By Bob Montana had departed. The pikes an certain minnow species HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browiin back lo human side' Thompson tells men's group cruplccl the empire. Cit- izens today arc preoccupied with clnlhes, Icxxl, sports enier- WARNER (IINS) About 121) men from Warner and dis- trict fathered recently in the School auditorium for t the annual men's banquet Of j "omnsexuahly and of the Memorial Kvangcli- lesbianism arc practiced open Church. Master of ct'icninniC'S Mike Alhreclit. Kick Orstun, guitarist, Miss I Maryann Trcnknr, accordio- ist. Rev. D. Sipe, vocalist. Mrs. Lois Currie and Mark Albrecht, piani.sts, entertained. Robert N. Thompson, MLA for Hwl Deer, intrcxiuccd by Doane Gundlock. iiLA for Lethbridge. Mr. Thompson quoted two predictions from Proverbs: "Where there is no vision, the people, will and from Psalms, "If we let God rule, the people will be safe." fie snid Ciirisl is a way of life, rooted absolute in Jesus Christ, very different from democracy. Christ is (he of life, democracy is the way of the dead. If man docs not turn back lo Gotl, man v.ill be history showed many small businesses liy thai' strangled and the outlook is much the same today, history' is beginning to repeat itself, he saiif, "We. must be pei'suarlcd that it is not liber- alism, socialism or any cithei ism that is right for us but it is ism that is built in Christ." We must go back lo the imman side, person lo per- j son. What we have lost is a I personal thing, not ,n national j thing. Politically, there is no hope for us in the economy of the country but we must go; back lo the he said GUKKIttl.I.A K1I.I.S SKI.K f.M'i Ibrahim leader of a new Palestiri- SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BW.WCE OP PAYMENTS15 EP TLfl BUGS BUNNY rleslroyed. A secular society j iaii guerrilla shot himself cannot remain democratic, lo death Monday, his orftaniza-1 sairl (he Red fJccr tion announced, and some "Man lacks respect, even to (other young Marxist dissidents his fellow man. The decline split last March from Dr. and fall of the Roman empire Geerga llahnsh's Popular From because nf apathy, lust, I for Ihe Liberation of Palestine. Kiecti, welfarism, indalion. ro- i which has carried out several hellion, all t li i n g s I airplane hijackings. VER PORTISAN WASN'T WITH TH' 5TAGNATER SO I HAD T RE-BORE VEK FRAM1S1 ;