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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRICGE HERAID Monday, Auguil 9, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TUESDAY, AUG. 10 Your Riilhdny Tmlay: So much must be t-nst away Iliis year; intellectually it's fairly quite diffi- cult. Habits to bo broken do not respoml to tapering off approaches. Komance comes alive and sprightly nil year. Today's natives usually have two unrelated careers going at once. AUIES (March 21-Anril 101: Good humor takes the edge cff reactions to complications, wis- imderslandings. Doing work consistently and your well takes care of the rest of your probable challenges. TAURUS (April 20 May Old friends may bring possible ventures to your attention. There is little material gain, but much to be learned, skills to .sharpen. GEMINI (.May 21-Junc Meet cverybuch half way in friendly mutual respect. Pur- sue fresh contacts following up yesterday's openings. I'ANCL'K (June 21 July Make peace where needed. lie- build or strengthen family ties with definite expressions of Inith in yourself. LEO (July Tl Aug. Overconfidence is the bete noire today. Double check facts as you go along; keep ycur own counsel about uha! you hop? to achieve. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. In family matters, start afresh from just where you are. Re- criminations a n d comment on what has happened bring useful result. LIBRA (Sept. 2.1 Oct. Like as not you'll have to come out from your regular paths and routines to attend group needs, social activities. Make it an evening of happy surprise for those you care about. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Bring extra resources to bear on immediate issues. Costs probably leap nothing to do but Bdjust and go on. SAGITTAIUUS (Nov. 22-Uuc. Extra money turns up and is just as quickly gone if you aren't quick to put it to proper use. Invest time and effort in ycur favorite hobbies and games. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. A Iriumph from long ago comes back for mellow remem- brance. A word to old friends is ivell received. Don't neglect your work. AOUAHIL'S (Jan. 20 SBJI. One sensitive friend is make dramatic tactless com enough to sparks over menl. Short cuts at work like- wise generate static. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Now you bave to set your house in order. Rare opportuni- ty exists briefly make full use of it while you can. (1971: By Tile Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Shrink that 'pot' with exercise Dear Dr. Lamb I am a i heels held just off the floor, my young man m would consider myself underweight for my What bothers me is that I seem to have gotten that sagging stomach problem. I bave not- iced most of my peers also hav? this. I don't drink beer, I eat mod- erately and exercise regularly. "Why does this happen and can I do to have a nice firm abdominal region for the rest of my years? Dear Header You are right, this is a common occur- 31 mid-20s. I while lying on the back. In this little same pedaling the lee! (not stright up but straight out) height. The human brain Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Buok Kncvclopcclia to Susan Ccker, age 12. of Mont- gomeiy, Alabama, for hor question: How docs the brain work? Some of us to man- made computers as electronic brains and worry about whether they will take over all I our thinking for us. KV> need to wcrry. To do most of the work dene by just one human brain, a computer would have to be big enough to sprawl over most of Alabama. True, an average computer can solve highly com- plex math problems at fantas- tic speeds. But even an average human brain performs every- is helpful. Holding the heels j day duiics that are beyond tlie just off the floor aid spreading best electronic brain so far the feet apart Ihen closed and imagined again is a good ex-1 then apart ercise. Finally, in almost any lion you can consciously tract your muscles and keep con- abdominal them con- That little pot in the I 2leir tone. tracted as tight as possible, then relax and then contract again. In tins way you will gradually improve or maintain lower atxiomen can develop! j even if you are not obese. It is caused lack of muscle strength of the lower abdominal muscles. Except in very active people most exercise docs not work these muscles. Sitting at a desk think it is worth An elephant has a ten-pound brain, and the brain of a giant whale weighs 20 pounds. A man's brain weighs only about three pounas. but it figures out problems, invents things, en- visions beauty and creates art. No animal can write his name or draw a picture of himself. Truly the human brain is some- making thing special. It separates man- these efforts because the sup- kind from all other creatures port to the abdominal organs in the upright position is im portent for ell of us creatures who insist on walking upright and lifts him to a special place in the world basically it of nature, works lite super sized whale brain or helps to lose tone of the lower abdominal muscles Walking a pot lnan col.rcct j, and running on Ihc wont and "-itting a great You, the smaller brain of a flog. i- wise to think about. In bolli man and other ani- It is p. lot easier lo mals. the brain is the central headquarters of the nervon.s system. Fibrous nerve tissues muscles either. The This is a good lime to warn nc gv way many people do sit-ups pcop'e against the use of elcc-, Ita will not p.'t IteD muscles) neat devices lo strengthen 8 under load. their abdominal nicies and j Thc brain js Sit-ups to strengthen the ab- prevent developing a poi. Jus of nen.c dominal muscles should be done recently a healthy 22-year old lha. conned wuh vari nct_ the knees flexed and the using such a deuce and was------------------------------------------ heels up toward the buttocks. electrocuted. Tlie ckucc was Otherwise a person will use the operated with a small electric hip muscles more than the ni'.li wires attached lo a dohinal muscles to help pull' belt fastened around the abdo- up the bodv. The upper abdo-; men. The device bad been Ij men can be helped by assi'.m-1 for several years by Ihc family U -1' ing this position and then sit- before the accident. The U.j. Cloak. ting up halfway, relaxing, then sitting up again. The lower abdomen is best put under Iced by holding the legs extended and stiff with the Federal Trade Commission has outlawed these devices and if anyone has any around they should be discarded immediate- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES II. T5OREN BT The Chkigo Trtbinl] BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. 1 Neither vulnerable, your partner has opened with one heart and you hold: AA10S C97G12 05 What is your response? hearts, which lust describes the strength of the hand. There would be no Justification Tor a to tour hearts with tills hand merely be- cause It contains five trumps, The hand does not have suffi- cient playing strength for pre- emptive raise, Q. vulnerable and as South you hold: 410i OJ105 The bidding has proceeded; North East South West Pass Pass Pass I 0 1 A Z What do you bid now? Since partner ong- I rally passed, there Is little lo be gslned by bidding. WJth six losers In the suits adversely bid, It Inconceivable that you could fulfill nn eight irlck contract. In fact. It H difficult to see how you could cnme close Q. 3 Neither vulnerable, and as South you hold: OA753Z AJ97 The bidding has proceeded: North East South I 2 that the sense of smell i sources as saving: "His cloak to sPcclal csntcrs ln lne brain 1 rat. Someday perhaps we i answer exactly how the coming visit to China works- Lo "le fmesl The Star says Yang, co-win- detai1- Bllt can do il ncr of the Nobel Prize for phys- ics in 1937. is believed to have flown from New Yrok lo Peking via Moscow. U.S. security offi- cials are understood to be "dis- turbed by his secret trip to and dagger trip could be con-1 of a nccted will) President Nixon's Pan WHEN We M61 COME HOME FROM A LON6 TRIP, PEOPLE TALK TOO MdCHTO W UNTIL "WIVE AT LEAST HAD TIME IB TUMBlEWEEDS-By TOM K, RYAN The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 4 Pass 1 V Pass 2 A Pass 3 4 Pass 3 0 Dble, What do you bid now1.' It might be lempllnff it this point lo show the mUd fit In spades, Ihc suit In which part- ner has Jumped, hut such acllnn la not recommended. You already have kept the bidding open and shown a preference for partner's first GUIL This Is nil the ictlon you are entitled lo take with this minimum holding. A bid by you at this pomt would Indicate addi- tional values Let partner havt China in case he is not allowed to it adds. Yang's wife, reached at thei home in Setauket, N.Y., said her hvsband is "out of the coun- but declined to say where. the ext say. Q. 7 Neither vulnerable, partner opens with one club and you hold: 4 A.I 85 <3K1075 08 4 3 4 What do you bid? A. One heart, ralhcr than Kpade. This permits partner lo chow a four card spade sull Rt the level of one If he happens to have it. Whereas If you re- spond wllh one spude, partner nuy have four card heart cult and to show It et the level of l wo. 0. 8 Neither vulnerable, partner opens with one club nnd you hold: AAQJT, yKQIOC 0753 AS 5 What do you bid? A. Ono spade. This fmnd dlf- fcri from the preceding one In It posscuea sufficient strenfftrt to your bldcffnir twice opposite n pnrtner v.ho was flblc In open the (lidding, Slncn J'oti uNl lie Mil? tft (how both fill Li yourself, you fitiould do 10 In lho normal order. Vatican chided skirt ban ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) The Georgia Bulletin, a newspaper published by the II o m a n Calholic Arch- diocese of Atlanta, has edi- torially eluded the Vatican for barring miniskirtcd women from cnlcring St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. "Christ is not offended by bare skin, for he brought Adam and Eve into the world in the shortest attire of said the news- paper. "The battle of (he hemline is like many other battles. It isn't worth fight- ing." NOT QUITE PERFECT KUALA LUMPUR (neuter) A Malaysian imprcssario has a problem local girls willini; lo become topless dancers in Hong Kong and Japan lack the necessary musical car. Of five Malaysian girls he auditioned and found to have acceptable .slalislics, not one could follo-.v music. Andy sends a World Book Globe to Deborah Kubiak, age 9, of Portage, Indiana, for her question: can't they hear sounds on the moon? Sounds can travel through solid steel and under water. But they cannot go through empty space. The everyday sounds we hear can travel tlirough the air because the air molecules help to jog them on tlieir way. They travel faster through water because the helpful water molecules are closer together gaseous air molecules. And sounds travel even faster- through the crowded molecules of solid steel. The ir.son has no air, no gaseous molecules lo jog sounds on their way. This is why ordinary sounds on the moon get nowhere at all. You could holler o r bang a drum but nobody would hear you. But this problem did not bother the astronauts. They came prepared with supplies of their own air to breathe They also had radii) scl.s. And radio waves are very different from ordinary sound waves. They travel much, much faster and they can travel through empty spara. The astronauts used radios to talk with each other and also to lalk with UK people on earth, almost miles away. Questions aMicrl by children of Herald readers should bo mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Dox Hunllngton Beaca, California aailB. (Copyright Clirnnlclr. Publishing Co, 1971) BLONDIE-By Chic Young PADDY, SCARED-THERE'S A STRANGE CRACKING NOISE IM MY BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mori Walker YOU AREN'T If WHY TO STAY IN ALL APE you A WELL-RESTEP A WELL-PESTSPMINP 111 ABNER-By Al Capp YORE ACRE IS BURSTIW WIF GOLD, AvmiQHT- BUT MERELV KIDS NAMED 6OLP.'.r WOT VALOOBLE. GOUtX'.r HE'S ZACK, OUR ZOOLOGIST- UP I TO IMTEFIESTHAS HAVE A PATE TOMORROW I NIGHT-AMD THE. NEXT DATELESS FOUMD REAL. GOLD AFTER ALL- AM'SHE BE DATE LESS NO MORE ARCHIE-By Bob Montana YES, I ADVERTISED FOR ADDITIONAL CREW, BUT HAVE YOU HAD ANY EXPERIENCE? YES.' .SIR' I WAS A UNDER COOK AND JUS SAIL, HI AND 1.015-By Dik OH, COME Y I REALLV DON'T WANT ANOTHER ONE I REALLV WISH YOU'P HAVE OME SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal ;