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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 TH.: UTH6KIDGE HiRAlD V.'oslnejdny, AuguH 10, 1971 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY. Aid. 17 Your hi r Unlay lutlav: Con- version of pusl ;uul lunv into fresh prosperity is clniiiK'toristic of your experience. Relationships JioM steady. New contacts ore mostly Inisincss. career rather than scLilvicntnL. Today's tin- lives nt their most venture- some are cautious, witli a streak of last minute luck to help them. AK1KS (.March 21 April Today promises to be busy ami demanding. You fare better a close rein on your temper, care tools and vehicles. TAURUS (April 20 May W: A pause to explain things a se.1- ond time sboultt he worthwhile. What you hnd thought trifling turns cut important. fl KM INI I.May 21 June F'jiitration leads people around I you into contrary moods, per- haps conflict. that some j of tiic ri'usons are not visiljk1. i I'ANTKK (June 'n Julv Tlic miexpcdeci is aiiain at Follow where intuition leads. Neglected features of your work are a potential source of difficulty. (July 211'AiLjf. Your energy into upgviidmg your work is better tlian ycuir money pkmpcc! into speculative enter- prises or purchase of unusual VIUGO (Ann. 1M Sept. I Come to terms on a disputed agreement, Flo aware that y-ur comuu'nls may grate on others us sharp, overly specific criti- cism. LIHKA CSrpt. OrL Progress is made in personal plans not yet ready (or general publication. You soon see mat- ters in a different pei'speelivu. SCOIUMO (Out, W Nuv. Conflict may develop over how best lo use resources. Your nat- ural reluctance lo acl on a comes in handy. Check your notes, .SAG1TTAIUUS (Nov. 2'MJec. 21 h All due care and courtesy should be your concern you can get away with nothing Differences of opinion arc normal. CAI'KICOIIX (Dec. 22 J.m. Strange people's schemes run completely counter to your own plans. Yor work Is the sub- jcct of comment, somi1 of it ad-1 verse. AQl'AIUUS Urni. h. Devote your lime and tivmey to already effective ventures, j liter than the new ventures of i friends. Efforts to correct Hicm fail. I'lSCKS (Fob. ralience and diligence will ev- entually lip Ilic balance in your fuvor, A personal project may have to be postponed further. (1U72: tty The Cliirnj'o Tribune) FEEL IIKE RUNNING VAWAV? _ OF COURSE ...SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE I WANT TO RUN AU.W FROM EVERYTHING I REMEMBER HAVING THAT FEEUN6 ONCE WHEN I WAS AT THE PAISV HILL PUPPY FARM.. CLIMBED OVER THE FENCE, BUT I WAS STILL 1 VIM THE TUMBLEWEEOS-By Tom K. Ryan i a K.-UVUKNCK l.A.Mll. Dr. l.amb There's no way to explain till this in a few but it's Black and white Andy sends LI complete me crazy. Please help i lie if you can. About one and a half years vohinic set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to f went a diet. With a great deal of difficulty I went Simmel, age 11, of St. a blue iris reflects around MO pounds to Minnesota, for her blues, However, a white 1 10 pounds in approxi- Is h true that lilac k anil none of the two months. (I'm now are nnt All of them are years old, five feet four and Actually this is a its petals in (heir half inches tall.) 1 realize problem. Certain experts blend. Ulack that 1 lost too much and that it is uncorrect to say that nil wavelengths. This is fast because I stopped men- black and white are colors. In some experts insist that mating. After about four or the language of science, this and white are not true months without a period may he so. But let's not forpet went to my doctor. He the ordinary folk who invented Tin- fur Of a black started giving me estrogen everyday language. Long orbs every Ira ce of col control piliSj and I got fore 'the scientists entire voeclruni. No period back. However, I the problems, we look to wavelengths are weight, too. Now I weigh ing black and white among the j back to display their co to 119 pounds and I really colors. So It's keep them, what we sec is my weight. But it's all I least in everyday speech. This is the do to keep from gaining let's also find out why the white, which is an While was on the perts disqualify hlend of all the I exercised a lot; every right to 1 haven't the time now. I Naturally our early and white as eat nearly as much as I named, the different colors speech. But it's without gaining. 1 seem before they learned to read know why the experts hold fluids badly now am write. But nobody had the they are different afraid I'll lose my period est idea what causes sea para ted colors if I keep this up. It's until a few centuries ago. pretty irregular, but of the most successful ajjTiefl ijv was like that before I lost in the investigation was t h Herald reader? great Isaac Newton. He to Ask Andy, help me, I.amb. a. glass prism lo separate (65, Him ting ton you think it is possible that colors of white light anil to have some sort of abnormal veal the rainbow that keeps me from Black and white are not Co. slim? I know this probab- among these bands of colors. This Is because of the of light and how it reveals CFIARI.ES II. had only eight LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Crash diet cause of some problems multitude of different colors j that reach our eyes. Light it- i self is a bundle of netic energies, to- gether in longer and snorter pulses called waveleng t h s. They travel though space at miles per second as a colorless blend of white light. But when a beam of white light strikes a surface, its different wavelengths are scattered in different directions. Some of them bounce hack from surfaces around os and our eyes see them as different colors. What we really see are t h e wavelengths separated fi'orn the colorless blend of white light. The color selection is made by the surfaces of dif- ferent materials. For example, leafy foliage absorbs all (he rainbow colors except the These wavelengths are reflected and ou r eyes sec them as the green coloring of the plant world. Th flowers stand out in all this greenery because they ab- sorb different wavelengths of Heart surgery C2 patient dies CAPE TOWN f Rculer i South Africa's 12th heart patient died on rot- ating table at Groote Sehuur Hospital today after a seven- hour operation, a hospital spokesman The operation on 53-ycar-oM retired executive Martin Fran- zot was performed by a team of surgeons led by heart trans- plant pioneer, Dr. Christian n Barnard. Dr. Barnard the which performorl the first heart transplant at the hospital in December, Franzot given the heart of a colored (mixed race) man. Coy Luttig, 23, who diet! Mon- day night of brain injuries re- ceived in a brawl Saturday. 1C ltI2: If TJ-i OiCJH Both vulnerable. South deals NORTH A A 4 2 O A 1052 J 10 3 S 3 WEST FAST AAQ9C2 A 11 Si r; S 5 1 K 9 S 7 J 6 1 Q R 5 i A75 SOUTH A K ,f r. Q J IP 0 K 7 A A Q F, t The South West Norili Kail 1 NT Pass 3 NT P.-.i I'asi Pasi Opening lead: Six of A A resourceful declarer em- ployed a simple but highly effective false card to pro- duce a substantial profit for side when today's hand was dealt in recent team of four contest. The bidding rr.e same both tables. South opened the bidding with rvj tnjmp and N'orlh r.ii.'ed rij- rcctly to trj-ce (he ia'- ter is technically a point sh; of the ten poin'. requiremtr.i for a game commitment, tht presence of an eslablishabio five card suit, two tens plus the two aces more than pensate for the deficiency. At one table, West opened the six of spades, East played the ten and declarer the trick with the Tnn jfiven of diamond" VAI ted to diimmy'.i to I'no jack o.1 clubs Liru for a finesse. V.'cst won the IricV vriir; The king anrj inasmuch p> he wished to flet his par'.- ner in !r> lead thru king of spades, VJfitched, lo the lix of hear'.i. at this cluh.s, two one heart and one he was forced to play a low heart from dum- my. East put up the king of hearts and shifted back to the eight of spades. Declarer clucked but the spade contin- uation enabled West to pick the king and cash a total of four tricks In the suit v hich along with the heart and club kings spelled a two irick setback and 201 point profit on the deal for the At the other table, declar- rr was looking ahead at Ihc first, trick, and, observing that he would siill be short of his goal If the club finesse failed, he dedded lhat a bit of deception might help his cause. When East played the ten of spades on West's lead of the six, South card- ed and won the trick with the kin the jack. A diamond put North in lo attempt the club fi- nB5sc. but vhen West went in uith the king, te had a ciifferent picture from his counterpart at the other la- Ji appeared to Wc.it lhat Ea.-.t held the jack of spades when the ten forced out the king. So reasoning, West led hack the deuce of spades in the expectation that his parl- nor would win the trick and t'nen return the suit. To his consternation, it was South w-vio showed up with the jack of spades and the latter quickly ran for cover TviHh nine one heart, two diamonds and four clubs The six hunrlrH point profit he sAed (or making a vulnerable gamr: on deal added1 to the flX) points f ha Iked up by hs> at ita ether table swelled their gross swing to (Go iy .soum's vnin and 1ml I'm able wofir cute clothes now and the boys notice mo a lot more. E'd hate to gain any more lint I'm afraid ot what will happen if I don't. thank you for even giving me y shoulder to cry on. Pear Hnidrr No you are not vain or f o ol i s !i, only n or- rmil. Concerning your periods, it is common for young girls arid some not so young to have this problem and some- limcx it doesn't mean loo much. It can occur regardless of diet you cat, hut star- vation dlet.s can affect one's functions. Any normal young person could prevent fat deposits by j sticking lo a l.'iOO-cnlorio diet if they are adive at all. It must be slow hut it would he sure and You can get all, the essential nutrients hi a diet, including pro- teins, vitamins and minerals. Such a diet should not affect your periods. Some people naturally tend to gain and it is heredi- tary, hooking at cattle, hcet cattle lend to he beefy while dairy cattle arc fitic brmcd, M ith small muscle.s and hard f to fallen. By breeding differ- ent characteristics can be de- veloped, and man i.s no excep- tion. Now if a person has a hor- mone problem, obesity and menstrual irregularities may persist. A low thyroid contli- lion will lower the metabolism and affect menstruation. But most people with weight proh- i [cms turn out to have normal j thyroids. You should ask your doctor to refer you lo an cndoc- rinologist and let him evalu- ate the combination of men- strual problems and weight problems. Female hormones and hirth control pills (which also con- tain female hormones) cause retention of salt and water. It would help if you didn't need lo use them. (Ncwspaprr Knlrrprisr Assn.) Bear digs man s hotly from grave B.C. fCP) KCMP are investigating the grisly fine) of a group ot berry pickers Sunday the long- buried body of a young male dug from a shallow grave, ap- parently by a bear. A pathologist in Prince Geo- rge was (o attempt to identify the body Irxlay. Police said tbe partially de- composed and torn body was c-lothed only in a pair of blue cut-off jeans. If was found about 10 miles southwest of this central British Columbia munily. There arc no reports of loca] persons missing. MY ECSTASY REACHEP ITS ZENITH WIIEM HORTENS6 WAS CHOSEN MISS SEPULCHER AT THE- ANNUAL SEPOL-CHERTECH PAGEANT ANP MY HEART NEAR WJRST WITH PRIPE70 SEE HER CROWNEP THE ESTEEMEP me SAGA or- MV FOONP-THE6IRLOFMYPREAMS, SHB BECAME MY SOLE OBSESSION! MY GRAPES PI.UMMETEP AS MY TEMPERATURE ROSE! ALL ELSE FAPEP UHEGRTAIiER NTO INSIGNIFICANCE P'ESIPE MY HELIOTROPE! PEAN CROMLECH HIMSELFi EAT YOUR HE ART OUi; PERT PARKS BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mor' Walker pLJJSE MAVE AW TU2 LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp ri.NKII DENVKIl 'API A federal ha.s finofl Allied Chemical f'orp. Inr fiumpinf! Mil- plmrir inlo (he Sontfi Pl.-jlle Ttivrr. The filil was liv (ho Agency. claimed that Ui-lM-ccn lO.WK) ami m.cofl fish v.r re killcrl in the river rlown- from Allicd's I plant nfUT VKI n.-illons of lhe .icirl was clumped into the stream June 29. LIFE ON THE T. H. Edwards "A IIR'JCH'f tW? UfARiY llHKIlUC 7a 8PMK TDAft- rot> IHE nw NEARLY cur---- WOUl-p ft r n Joifitoti: Bf THC JO BUCKf n if. x AH OUTS1DE. V A HOLLER AH LOOKS A SHELL-- GREAT- -BUT AH MUSTN'T TH! UK O'MAHSELR AH GOTTA FIGGER. SOME TD R3' MAM LI'L FAMBLV'S FUTURE- ISTH' WAV (ELSE BUT ME.'.r- j ARCMIE-By Bob Montana I'VE BEEH YOU DAYtlGlfT... GET AND NOT ONE HI AND LOIS-By Dik ARE COWWS 1H LOW, ARE DOVWJINS THE I I AhlDTHE MISSILES.. RANG... RAT-TAT MV SOLDIERS' yfttNU KAIAWr u BASNET SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY HIYA, L SOCKEKOO! EVERYBODy RAVEP ABOUT FOOP: BE SUKE T' IMVITE WE OVER TIME YA MAKE THAT FLAMN' I I SHI5H kEBABJ J ;