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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1G THE IETMBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, August 12, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeone Dixon 3.1 AIMKS (.March "Jl April Your Dirllulay Today: Salvage what you can of past Trial and mm rule the cur- rent phase in your life. Nolh- inp sclllcs into easy routines or habits, you ir.ust yourself in lop condition, pace v.'in- effort.s steadily so yon can keep at least the essential uhcels turning. To- day's natives cither abstain needlessly if overindulge tlK'iusclvcs no moderate course is easy. ventures. An unlikely combina- tion is apt to be a winner. Get expert advice. TAUI1US (April May I'.'s great to feel unhindered, particularly when you have a good chance of some exclusive benefit. Pause and reflect. GEMINI (May 21 June Being systematic is essential. With so many rielaifs and so i much to do you must assign Dear Dr. Lamb They say i desci ibins in your head you can tell who a baby's moth- caused by atherosclerosis cr is but you can't prove who the balance mechanism the daddv is. Is there a way by a blood test? Should Ihe baby's blood and the daddy's more likely to lake a [all blood be the same blood type? A gill claims my boy is Ihe i father of her baby, but she was going wilh Uirce other boys at 11 lime. Deal- You arc about right. A lik jd Icsl dor-s not pro1 e I' father is. br. il Sfnrin e.-' uho is j nol the falhcr. If the baby has a different blood type than eith-1 cr the father or the! mother, then someone else has been in Hie If the blood type Ls tlic same as the al- priorilics Llic most inipor- lanl first. CANCER (June 21 July the right place at the right time comes naltirally where you've had a normal re- sponse to recent pressiu'cs. Re- vision flf your program follows. LEO (July 211 Aug. Old stories are reversed in a burst of fortunate coincidences. Pass along any promptly; redeem outstanding favors, ob- ligations. VIHGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Everything you do now takes on a dramatic lone. Make the most of it. Select your strongest i questions, pose them to people j who can lake action concerning i Item. j LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Your ideas run al crosscurrents I with a whole raJige of theory based on other sorts of experi- ence. Whatever you work out from the encounter is precious, original knowhou1. is i SCORPIO (Ocl. 23 Nov. i loj Co-operation is available lo the, in the' extent vcu ask for it and offer I ear. This, too, is fairly com- gracious courtesy, particularly j mon and means you may be to older associates SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Blood ivoiit Lctl on baby's fallier Keep gooi' running notes as yon may encounter distinc- tion from strong fe-alings. Ilur- ijlng produces no better result today than yeslerdav. CAPIIII'OHN (Dec. 22 Jan. Having got onto unfamiliar ground, it's normal to ask and receive technical advice and help. Although you may not feel like asking, go ahead, ask any- way. AQUAltlUS (Jan. 20 Fell. Any urgency or pressure you put inlo your remarks promises to defeat serious ef- forts. Stick with the exact story as you know it. PISCES (Fell. March Your friends arc all full ol in- teresting schemes, gcod-na- Inrcd pranks, frivolity and perhaps a useful business idea. Andy sends a complete 20- vcluuic ul Ihe World Book Eucyciopsdia to fJcbcrl II. Fisher, age 1-1, of Frcdericton, legcd father you can't prove a i Nen- for his ques- thing Ijecause the main blood! tion: Mergers worry HERE'S JOE COOL UANGW none THE (EACH DKINKIN6 .E1EIN6 CHICK? HERE'S JOE COOL IMPRES5IN6 THE CHICKS W CRU5HIN6 THE EMPTY OM Him ONE TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN I WANNA AST HER T TCARRY WITH ME INTA PATTLELYOUKNCWA SCARP, A RAINS', A 00001 HOW UTTERLY CAVALIER! THE CLASSIC 6ALLANTJ A01PE, NOPLE ONEJI SHALL HASTEN TO FETCH HER SUPER-KOOK'S LOSE AGAIN, i HATE" HIM BLONDJE-By Chic Young Heavy water neutron. The nucleus or oiuiu- ary hydrogen has but one pro ton. The nucleus of heavy hy- types are quite common and it, is expensive heavy u-nler i drogen has one proton plus s is possible Ilial someone else used in atomic reactors? neutron. Its o'onlic mass ii with Ihe same blood type may! Most heavy walcr is pro- about twice a- great and Ihe have fathered the child. Blood by an 'expsnsho process extra neutron gives it different' doesn'L always tell. of eleclrolysis. II looks and This hydrogen iso- Dear Dr. Lamb I am past (ike ordinary irater, but is called "D and have hieh blood pros- refuse to germinate in it replaces the ordin- sure, 195 over 105. My doctor iadpolcs survive in hydrogen in water moV> Jias prescribed four different However, in the al.unnc we gel deuterium oxide. kind of pills, but they haven't it docs what ordinary heavy water helped. I have an empty head; cannot do. 11 naturally, feeling like I was in a box. speed from tho heavier than ordinary my blood pressure and makes il Its extra neuttons also Can poor circulation transfer heat to turn it different properties. It high blood gt-ncrnlors. Ilcavr af ,1.8.1 degrees centi- Reader Your many other uses now and boils at 101.42 dc- pressure i: hipli but not so Ihe future. But at present, centigrade. The freezing for i person in your age useful role is in IKe boiling points of ordinary lo cause alarm. Often a rise as we know, are 0 de- pressure like yours is centigrade and 100 de- hy of the normal Ihe core of the centigrade. It also tends of the aorta nr large fission shoots off discharge more slowly in (hat carries the blood at fairlv high speeds. process of elecLrolvsis; away from the heart (o most moderating agent is needed particles of heavy water ol Lie i slow their speeds and a cooling en the electrolyte cells. In young people Lhe aorta is agent is needed lo carry water also is a more Clastic, 'like a rubber balloon, beat to where it is needed. Or- cooling agent because When blood is pi'mped out of the heart into Ihe it water could be a fine moderaiillP ,nnpnl fvrcnf is useless because its orflinarv hvrirnrren reene OTTAWA (CP) Energy Minister J. J. Greene said Wednesday he ivanls to evolve a system of safeguarding what is left of the Canadian petroleum industry fiom foreign takeovers and reduced competition. Both matters are of concern lo the government, he told re- porters afler a cabinet meeting. He wrote earlier this month to executives of Superlest Petro- leum Corp. and BP Canada Ltd., saying he wanted lo dis LIU? their proposed merger. Mr. Greene did not refer to Hit BP-Sunerlest situation alone, but said the government Canada and the United States. In 13 years, he said, approxi- mately 20 companies had taken over more than 200 smaller con- cerns, involving 1B.OOO gasoline service stations. NOW, WMO DIDN'T PUT THAT LADDER AWAY (SOMEBODY COULP GET HURT- LEAVING IT OUT THERE: Like THAT BEtTI-E BAILEY-By Mon Walker I LIKE ABOUT LT. FLAP 15, HE'S NOT OPINIONATED NOT AND HE'S NOT CPUDfr OP. f I CERTAINLY I NOT V VIOLENT LI L ABNER-By Al Capp agent, except ly expanus and the pressure one The hydrogen atoms atoms merely capture and doesn'l rise so much. As alhe- in ils molecules" lend to grab i sorb (he speeding neutrons, rosclerosis or fatty dcposit.s I and hold onto flying neutrons. Heavy water already has a quo- lorm and are replaced by cal-! The water gels loo hot and cium this normal elasticily is i boils away, lost and it behaies like a rigid1 Hoirever, water ab- pipe. Then when blood is eject-! sorbs very few st'ray neutrons, ed by ihe heart it can't expand! Instead if tends to slow down and the pressure rises. In these circumstances not helpful lo lower the blood pressure and can even cause trouble. These changes in- crease the work of the heart, sinc-j the v.'ork done previously by Ihe elasticily of the aorta must nov.- Ijo done entirely by the liearl. Unless a pcison has a severe rise in blood pressure I prefer to sec a person lose weight if (hey haic any fat deposits at all, before trying medicine. Oflen weight loss and some ad- in life style correct the pressure sufficiently. I suspect Ihe feeling you are those speeding from the fission il is in the core of the reactor. Heal, as we know, is the motion of particles of matter and speed- ing neutrons in the reactor te create high temperatures. Heavy walt-r moderates their speeds and cools things down. It also makes it possible lo car- ry the heat from the core. This heat supplies the energy lo boil waler and create steam the steam used to generate electri- city. The difference between ordi- nary water and heavy water is heavy hydrogen. The differ- ences between ordinary hydro- gen and heavy hydroger is one Boy M, held in gun deaths LONDON, (CP) A 14- year old boy charged in the snooting dealhs Monday ol Peter Poole and his wife Hilda, bolh 58, on their Appin farm, was remanded Wednesday to the Ontario Hospital at Penetan- guishene. for psychiatric exami- nation. Dr. William Keil, chief of the psychiatric division of Victoria la of extra neutrons in ils hy- j Hospilal, (old the .juvenile court drogen isotopes. This may ex- j hearing that "there is reason to plain why it does nol absorb feel that this boy is mentally and merely slows ill." The boy will remain at Pene- languishene for a period not to exceed 60 days. dowr those emitted by nuclear fission in the reactor. Concentrating quantities of deuterium and -Icuterium oxide is so expensive (hat their uses are limited. In the future, scien-: LOliracl lei FRAMWN, FOSDICK.777 WAS OWE PRISONER rL- I WAS GLAD TO f SET FREE.- IFELTSII-W, LOCKIK1GA CHIPPENDALE CHAIR UP EVERY NIGHT.'.' HEWAS THE MOST VICIOUS 7 CHAIR. EVER ARCHIE-By Bob Montana lists hope lo find less costly ways to produce them. If and when this happens, they may be able to separate and use the heavy water present in sea water. It is estimated that the oceans contain enough of it lo yield billions of times more en- GOREN ON BRIDGE DV CHARLES II. GOREN (c BT The Chicago Tribuntr Both South !...ils NORTH i; 0 T i C .142 J J S I .1 EAST A n A :i v R 1 3 A K 10 7 5 :l 9 B 6 5 4 2 KQ 10S7B sni.Tii A .1 i 09 K o m A -i The bir.'riing' smuli Wrst Xorlh Earn i 3 n A pass A Pass I'ass Pass Oprninc lead: King of A Alllin o'nuih appears to be rff four incks al his [our .spade one spade, Iwo hearts and one club, not. single pair of defenders rlcfenlrrl ihp bid when this hand was dc.ilf in an impor- lant National Qualification Trials held n few seasons hack. The bidding was subslan- lirilly the same rvrry table nnd invariably opened Ihe king of clubs which South vnn with the ace. A spade was led nt Irirk two and West put up HIP ace. [n order to Ilia conlract, West must specifically cash Ihe queen o( clubs and then switch to a heart so that his partner can cash a third and fourth trick in that suit before declarer gels In lo sluff a heart on the jack of clubs. Altho East's play of the deuce of clubs at trick ona marked him with a singleton [he would have begun a high low, if he held the doubleton there was a reluctance I on Ihe part of West to j establish dummy's jack. Most I defenders switched lo cither j a diamond or a heart and, I inasmuch as West had no j way of ever getting in again, I South had time to establish North's jack of hearts for a discard of his losing club. In all the. defenders took ona spade and two hearts. At one table, West sought for a way lo eliminate (he jack of clubs as a potential sluff for his opponent. Instead of cashing the queen of that suit when he was in wilh the ace of spades, West merely exited with Ihe Ion of clubs. Declarer pul up North's jack, which West expected his partner to ruff with small trump, thereby retaining the defense's control over thnt suit. What he failed lo .inticipolc was thai South held a six card suit. When East discarded n diamond on the second round of clubs. South was home, losing Iho same (ricks Ihnl were sur- rendered al the other tables. ergy than all our reserves of coal and oil. Andy sends a World Book Atlas lo Gary Boyer, age 11, of Pecria, Illinois, for his question: NTicrc arc tbe Islands of Lan- GEIUIA.V? You won't find them in your i gift atlas, or in any other j atlas of the earth's lands and j seas. These so called islands were named for Paul Langcr- bans who found them, of all i places, concealed inside the human body. This was way back in 186B, when medical i researchers were grasping [he i role of the glands in the human anatomy. They knew the the pancreas secretes digestive juices. This pinkish yellow "land is six or more inches and about IK inches thick. It .squat1! comfortably behind Ihe stomach and contributes ils digestive juices through a duct into Ihe duodenum. Langcrhans discovered that Ihe pancreas is populated wilh sir.all bodies that produce a special endocrine substance ol their own. There may be lo million of tlicsc islcls or islands embedded inside Uic av- erage human pancreas. They manufacture insulin, Die glan- dular secretion that the cells need lo USB glucose fuel. When the islands of Langcrhan fail lo contribute enough insulin, un- used sugar gets into the blood and the patient suffers from dinbclcs. Questions nsncfl cntMron ef 'It-i'imi renders should he mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 7G5, llunllnglon Rcncii, California 92MD. f.'lrronirlo Publishing Cn. 1371) for Jasper job JASPER. Alia. (CP) _ The national parks branch has awarded a SI.2 million contract, to Forcsl Construction Ltd. of Edmonton for a maintenance compound al the townsite. j ConslrucLion will lygin soon and includes space for trade shops, equipment servicing fa- cilities, office and warehouse space and a number of storage buildings. The project is expected to be completed in a year. THE BIGGEST TANNING TOU 6OT.... IS THE PRICE YOU PWD FOR IT.' I WANT HO SET A NICE ALL-OVER TAN WITH THIS NEW STUFF.' 'I WITH THE UMBRELLA, EXPLOSION, YOU CAN l ONLY GET SUN FROM THE WAIST UP.' NO THEY'RE THE WHOLE LEN6TH OF JHE BEACH RIGHT TO THE WATER.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne huiuiic.s is brisk TORONTO (CP) The rabbit population at River- dale Xoo is undergoing a conslanl lurnover. keepers say some people :ire smuggling rab- bits nut of the zoo either to keep as pels or lo eat, and some rabbits purchased al pet shops lor children are smuggled inlo the zoo when their owners tire of them. Zoo keepers say children sometimes scramble over a four-foot fence, grab a rab- bil, and run "like blazes fof the exils." Some adull.s .snnlch Ihe falter rabbils, put Ihoni under Ihoir .shirts, and stroll out of the 700, whistling. IT'S CUTE THE WAV DITTO MAKES UP TEAMS TO PLAY A SAME OF BASEBALL ANYBOdy SEE OF TENNIS BALLS? WE NEED YOU SO WE CAM HAVE FIVE ON EACH SIDE. ARNOLD SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal AND JUST BECAUSE T. LIKE TO COME HOME BUGS BUNNr CANADA AIDS CIIILK SANTIAGO is giving chile jioo.nno in Icch- nical assislancc, Ihe foreign in i n is I ry announced here. Canadian Ambassador A. D. Hoss said Ihe money would be preferably for long- term TH EBB'S VERTICAL. SEEBflGE FIBRIU-IC CON- NECTER BETWEEN TH'MOTOE BLOCIC AW'COOLIMG IF I TOLD HER THECE WAS JUST A LEAK IN TH EAD1ATOR. HOSE SHE'D COMPLAIN AT I'M HEE. ;