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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IFIHBRIDGE HERAVD Auguil 17, 1972------ YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON FRIDAY. ALT.. 18 Your li irt lid n y today: Clumping limes require fresli Interests! Get rid ot unproduc- tive habits. Relations h i p s, once past the wishful think- ing stage, llu'ive. Today's na- tives are versatile, often navo an excellent knack for lang- AIIIRS (March 21-April The importance of your career effort now makes it imperative not to net involved and delayed with casual, careless trivia or accidents. TAIHU'S (April 20 Slay Progress cannot be put off any longer. Try new tools, experimental approaches. Fam- ily resources stand to gain from changes. GKMIM (May 2l-.Tmie Communications open w i t ll greater effect. You have your choice of many wild tales and few sad ones. Creative plan- ning is favored. CANCE11 (June 21-Jiily Recent efforts prove useful. Ac- cept promises with care. Olil Issues, perhaps the problems of older people come, to you tor attention. LEO (July 23 Aug. There's a dividend on inven- tiveness, constmctive hobbies and good manners today. Share your luck with those you really care about. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Scpt. Tic cooperative, leave off any attitude of quibble or squabble. Information coming to you may be confidential and quite valuable. I.lIiHA (Sept. 23-Ocl. Be serene, concentrate on the LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Weight training can be helpful rtv T -uvrencc Lamb, M.D. use 15 times as much oxyfcc TJJ Lawrence an j{ Dear Dr. Lamb -I need wil, ,lb ea tomo information about weight lifting. My husband lias been on a a day diet and has been lifting weights pretty steadily now for about a year and a half. We can't find the information he needs He wants lo know how often he should lilt weights. If one lilts weights daily will ne become musclcbound, or how often is it necessary to lift weights if you're just interested in a healthy body? How does the body benefit from weight lifting? Is it good only for mus- cle tone? Does weight lifting turn fat into muscle as claim- ed? How does weight lifting compare with other exercises in regard to energy expended and Sensible more oxygen a some minute tiia individual's lungs an calories used? Dear Reader weight lifting Ls a good way to train muscles. Because o! an emotional bias against weight lifting many people now call it "weight training." It means the same tiling. One way to develop muscle strength and endurance is to exercise under loads. The load need not the maximum sk at bund. Ventures depend- g on your resources and clion can make great prog- sconrio (Oet. 2.i-Xov. rcuit and its use becomes a ucliy subject, particularly here n group of your family ivc pooled their resources. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Ucc. Opposition from friends ml family can expected. hack over the last lew r.ys, clear up any tuifimshed etails now. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jail. center stage to others. Reflection over recent developments indicates some- thing important that has ex- general notice. AOUAK1OUS (Jan. 20-Fch. Theories have lo be sup- plemented by practical exper- ience. conditions are cause of concern. Younger peo- ple arc in your attention. PISCES (1'cb. IB-March Your plans run into heavy go- ing, both from those who under- stand something of what thay are and from Iliose who don't. Stick to business. (1372: By The Chicago Tribune) Tl REP... I TEN HOURS ASLEEP LAST M6HT TEN HOtlRsY MOT FOR SHOULD K. I HAVE 016 tKtt. IT'S A FACT THAT PEOPLE WITH BIG EVES MEED MOKE SLEEP THAN PEOPLE WITH WITH BIG 'STOMACHS HEED MORE FOOP, POK'T circulation will be able to pro vide. This, incidentally, is wh shoveling wet snow can ovci load the heart and circulatio in individual-; who are not i good physical condition. The benefits from weigl raining last for some time atti iiting is discontinued. Maintai ng lifting one day a week requent enough to mainta he level of training. In one study of trained individuals more than half of them retained all of their strength as long as 40 weeks after the training had stopped. Now one word of cau- tion, strong severe muscular contractions will cause a sig- nilicant rise in blood pressure. This has been demonstrated when making a tight firm list. Endurance exercises, such as jogging or running, are prob- ably better for strengthening the heart muscle. Nevertheless, The cuttlefish Andy sends a complete 20- volum'e set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia (o Melan- io Krausc. of Muncie, Indiana, for question: vYliat exactly is a cuttlefish? The common cuttlefish en- joys life in the shallow water along -i beach. The people of Europe are not surprised to see him squatting there in the below the water. Hut you miglil mistake liim for a gaudy ley that some situ-ill child dropped when the tide came ii Or you might mistake this most remarkable creature for an impossible visitor from an- other world. Sad to say, the cuttlefish doe; not live off the shores of the Americas. Here we have our fair share of his cousins, the squills and the octopuses. Bui the cuttlefish is something spc cial in the way of color, shape and habils. True, he has the usual octopus body, shaped lik s bag fixed to a large bead But his oval shaped body is rather f at and its wavy edge act as fins. His large head ha a long, horsey face with verj knowing eyes and no ears When resting on the bottom hv octopus arms are out of sight. a ring o around hi capacity for the muscle either For training purposes, partic ularly if one is interested in using up calories, it can be done every day. You can forget about the problem of being miisclebound, There's no real proof that ths occurs. Weight lifters who have had limitation in their freedom oi movement, really have been fat weight lifters. If it's all muscle and not fat a person won't be musclcbound. You can develop a good healthy body, though, using relatively light weights to build strength and endurance without having to use real heavy weights and de- velop large bulging muscles. Even an athlete who will re- quire muscular endurance can get some benefit out of "weight training." Any form, of exercise that uses energy will bum up fat. I! the exercise also works the muscle so the muscles then en- large, it's quite proper to say that it converts fat to muscle. Weigh training is cerainly in this category. The energy in weight training depends on the weight lifted, the distance It is lifted and how many lifts are done. For an illustration, if a person shovels wet snow with the snow and shovel weighing 22li pounds, lifting 10 shovels per minute and making two steps to throw the snow, he will Lots of hollies i TORONTO (CPl The Glass Container Council of Canada says 11.7 million bottles and hazve been returned for recycling during the first half of this year in its buy-back- thc-bottles program. This brought to ?3 million the number returned since the glass container industry launched the drive in (he fall of 1070. Collection depots are located in New Brunswick, Quebec, Ont- ario, Alberta and British Col- umbia. The council said waste glass now represents between 20 and 30 per cent of new glass con- tainer production. there is a place for both, if done properly. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Actually he has eight small arms mouth, each studded with row of suckers to grasp his He aLso has a pair of longer stronger arms but most of th time he keeps them, tucked i pockets behind hLs eyes. GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES H. GOREN re im: TM Chtuit TrtWM) East-West vulnerable. South deals. NORTH J 1D873 V AQ8J 0X8 4.86 WEST 54 2 0 A J Void The bidding: South West 2 Pass Pass Pasi EAST 4 ft v K 10 9 s 0 Q 7 5 10 5 3 1 0 5 6 A North 3 A lue. This color scheme blends vith the sandy bottom, all Ireaked with bright sunbeams. Vhcn be feels like it, the cuttle- ish changes to vivid colors bat gleam like burnished metals. When scared, he can hide himself altogether. He has gland that makes dark brown- sh ink called sepia and he iceps a supply handy in a small sac. If he spots a him- jry enemy, he squirts his ink nlo the water and the dark sepia spreads out to (orm a sort ot smoke screen. Naturally his enemy Is baffled and the cuttlefish has time to escape to a safer place. During the day, the cautious creature tries lo hide in the sand. At night, he swims forth to hunt for prawns and smallish fishes. Cuttlefish that Uve near the shores arc just a few inches long but the deep ocean spe- cies may measure six feet. 4 The squids and octopuses have no bones In their soft bodies. But the cuttlefish has an inside sliver o{ cuttlebone. It Ls built from layers ot limy material, often with air filled pockets. This is the cuttlebone sold in pet shops. We it for our budgies and canaries to supply the limey calcium they need in their diets. Around the Indian Ocean, people ex- tract the cuttlefish's Bac of sepia and use it to make glossy black India ink. Questions asrted cTiTMicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 763, Huntington Beaca, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1072) Bertha army worm hal'tle to he waged EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta will use about pounds of lannate to fight the Bertha army worm this year, some of it Mown in on a special-delivery basis from Houston, Texas. Lannate Ls the only insecti- cide registered in Canada for ufe in controlling the bertha worm, which infests rapcseed. About pounds arrived here from Houston with about immediately sent to rural areas to continue the war of the worm. In addition to the special del- ivery from Houston, 3.000 pounds was sent from the dis- tributor in Toronto. I The province cnlcrcd the Bertha control program with pounds of I.anmite left over from last year. To supple- ment this, pounds was tainecl from Saskatchewan. By the end of last week, close to lilfltn acres of rapesecd had been sprayed, virtually elimin- ating the supply. The lalest shipment of iannate will be enough to spray about acres. ILL BET "leU'RS AN J AUTHORITY ON THE BEETLE BAlLEY-By Mort Walker LIT ABNER-By A! Capp QOTTH'MISSIM'SKUU-, MUSEUM OF EVOLUTION SEEKS SCARCE SKULL Collection lacks only'Missing bonethicKness and minimum brain capacity This skull mould be morth a fortunate f OUl in -jrw_iuj_, I AN'IT'S VvORTH A FORTUNES v-----___________________. V _j THE NEXT PAV ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne V" I f P I DON'T KNOW WHAT THORNS ARE STAY WAY FROM THAT ROSE IT HAS THORNS IN IT SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Ncul LIFE ON THE J-VAZY-S-By T. H. Edwardt HO MAS CKPLA1HIUG TO jottnsou Sir (ot< ULT Tit-I'LL cer Or THE I (.LA OUT 7fEQr TWE ntu- 3lt.lrt-7O 'W U TltlE 70 FttGHrCH AttOPtO DOHfl TfIC TRML TO CAN'-T you oet al BUGS BUNNY ;