Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THl IHHBRIDGE H5SAIO thutidny, Auguil 10, 197J YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE D1XON KlllDAV. Al'iil'ST II Your Wrlluliiy Unlay: Where von have overgrown your real resources, you arc coaxed into cautious moves lo till a vacuum. Orthodox methods pay off. I'crsoiial rclaticm- shfps require sincerity. To dav's natives pursue lives of many dislinct dusters or phases. AIIIKS (Mari-h Home and family pull you back at work so nothing much (jets done. Don't try to get large deals TAUUl'S (April 20 May Expect a slow You me water diiihetes. I never heard LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. H'Clll diseases diaheles" ends there since it is not related to sugar in any way. As you would expect from the atiovc explanation, these of it until recently (1 have the individuals ick Ihe iiiva "I greatest, need or practical consideration. Put your self into correcting nefUccl, complctiiK! sliillcil projects. SCOKI'K) (Ocl. 23 Nov. nitf decisions, confrontiilions are better Iclt for -i while. Depend on Intuition and on your ability to yet things done. JiAGlTTAKIUS (Nov. 22 lire. Calm down lo cruising rate for a slcady pncetl. pleasant lint relatively uneventful day. Finish your workweek carefully. CAIMIICOIIN (Dec. 22 .Inn. limit's are largely useful for dccluUcrinK your home and working space, re- fining plans. Things open up lalcr on. AdUAIUUS (Jan. This is an excellent time lo review your progress, find any needed changes of direc- tion, unburden yourself of futile endeavors. I HA76 LIFE! NO AWTERWHAT 00, HW ALUMS END UP AT THE VET! I'VE HEARD IT A MILLION Give HIM A SHOT! GIVE HIM APlLLlHOLPHIMMldN) PUT A MIZZLE ON HIM! LOCK HIM IN A KENNEL; CHAIN HIM TO A POST'." TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Rycm the same (licl as ur r. different such medicines common- a w Dc-ar Header It's an used in palienls si'qai 1 SiJSffSafJfi .a- A Iv different disease from Usually they are giv 1 ar diabetes." The kind of medications that help betes 1 presume you have is kidney contro: Ihc lated to insufficient insulin the pancreas anil a high level of blood supar. The usual is an interesting receding ic, unless the discsse is There has beer, a lot sends a complete 20- led, loses a lot of sugar in in recent years set of the Merit Slu- urine. To flush out this dyslexic child, who has Encyclopedia lo Daviil sugar the person will pass a lot of water. To replace the in reading and wriling. ?liere is an opposite cge 11, of Crcavc lies Cceur, Missouri, for his que.s- gcs loss he i. as lo diir.k a let liyperlcxic child. (ro water. Thus the typical arc compulsive it line tliat the moon is trolled diabetic, whose and are able lo read v.ilh- closer? is sufficientlv advanced, drinks lots of water and passes ever being taught to do so. Two-year-old youngsters road-nc voluminous material from it. Measuring things con if this kind is a tricky busi- volumes of. urine frequently. These two characteristics reported. Despite similar to water diabetes. The person with water diabetes has a defect in a facility in reading without being instructed, they are retarded and are said lo plfl Plan new of the pituilary gland that rests just bencalh the brain. The gland normally produces hormone which prevents too damage. They don't jusl read children's books, they read newspapers and novels. How in the world do they k campaign water from being passed by [he kidneys. If insufficient amounts of this hormone this super capacity lo read without instruction? Do they inherit Ihcir reading ca Oil SlllOlOllg produced, then the usual control to prevent passing too much water from the kidney is lost. So individuals with this defect will pass large volumes of urine frequently. They will also replace their waler loss by drinking large amounts of water. The similarity to All of Ihis suggests thai there rnay be more to inherited knowledge than has been suspected. It's a very rare disorder, bul in a way it's refreshing. It's good lo know that there are still a let of interesting facets of life to be solved. (Newspaper Knlcrnrisr LONDON (AP) The British or government is launching a new tb campaign against cigarettes m with the ch'ef target the st and thfll fflnd North frealy hid two maining trumps End of my life wnf> over, For clubs. When South refcid two crosses over to Ihe king rr.c.t of my life I want. ID hearts, North offered a da- ebbs lo run that suit. ,-j polirfiman. I've mnrlr. up layed raise. South had the. can discard one spade inind and IhrjTs it.'' option to pass at this point, the queen of diamonds fcut he elected to carry on o the long clubs and give up game, holding slightly mora spade at the KYI-.S than a bare minimum. In all, declarer takes injects have cornpounrl West opened Ihe Xing of 'hearts, one rtismorrl, t h rcc p.'; i rs of lefjs a apadea and when ha ob- pair.s of I'M OFF1 OFF TO L1IME5! IB OW IM WAVgSANP GUI 1'OR WCALC1TRAN1 BUNNIES] THE NEAREST PEACH IS ATHOUSANPMIL-ES HOW YA PLAN TO SET-THERE? BLONDIE-By Chic Young hut all Ihe evidence sug- Kc-sts that the moon is receding m the earth. Astrophysicists estimate that (be distance be- tween us and our satellite will continue to increase for anoth- fivc billion years or so. At that remote lime, the moon is expected to change its escape and star.L back home Hut at present, it is noving farther away and seems likely to keep on receding for ii very long time. The distance between the earth and ths moon is fjoverncd their masses and motions. Mass, of course, is related to and neither the earth or moon is likely to change in respect. If their spinning ions also remained con- it, the distance between n remain the same throughout eternity. Hut t h c gravity, which plays i such a hey role in this balance of forces, also creates mighty tides in our watery world These tides arc a dragging on the earth's relation, radualty our planet ipins nore slowly. We do not notice because the infinitesimal I hangc adds merely '25 bil- ionths of a second to each cal- ndar day. Hut in a billion y'ears, these split seconds add p to more than seven hours. This slowing down reduces he earth's pull on the vhich gains speed and spirals 'arther away. Our best nieas- iremenls indicate that it is rc- :cding at about one foot in 3D years. So, we delay a unar mission a whole year, must travel an extra 2Lz inches .0 get there. During this dawil- ing departure, the runaway moon must lose some of the gravitational pull it exerts on tides. And this whole op- eration was started by (he agging titles in our oceans. As the moon recedes, the tides will grow cakcr. This, plus some help from the sun, is ex- pected to make the earth spin faster again. When rotatior reaches a certain speed, it coulri exert enough strength lo reverse the course of the moon. It is estimated that this change occur about five billion years in the future. Someday in the far future Die rnoon may cornc too close for comfort. The earth's grav- ity could cause enough tidal friction lo shiiller it to frag- ments. This lunar debris could irele our planet, perhaps some- vhat like the rings of Saturn. Of cnuri-.e, even our bnst ex- perts do not ciiiim that lfic.se lunar predictions arc certain lo happen. Hut they are based on facts known about (he behavior of rna.'.s and inolion. What's more, careful measurements do indicate Hiat the earth is grail- unlly slowing dov.'ii. Arid other nifirisitrftmrnUs indir-aln t h a t (he i.s receding. of Herald readers should mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. 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