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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 1972 THE lETHBSIDGt HIRMD IX YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON for TUESDAY. I'l Your birthday Unlay: The Sun enters the sign (if Virgo j away useless today at 0P02 n in. Kastcrn you an advantage. Daylight Saving Time. In (iK.MIM (May 21 other years the time is dif- ferent. Today's IXMIS and Virgoans must learn lo deal effectively with competition. Today's Leo natives arc pre- diclable, strong-willed. To- day's Virgoans are sociable, much given to serious thought, study. ARIES {March 21-Aprll M: Begin early to collect whatever has been scattered. Review your living and home arrange- men' und begin planning im- provements. TAURUS (April 20-Muy 20': This Is a good day to begin Make and about you creative projects Gather notes; moves with care amt.aUenUon dvuck reference. Clearing ,tc. detail, i.arucu.auy when materials gives dealing with oppose sex. I 1I1KA (Si-Hi. .lunc The very young and this very winiever you have done lately i old both claim your attention to cause confusion comes back j I oil a y. Creative endeavors to you Kxpccl people to change under way proceed but do not their minds, disagree among; come lo crisis now. themselves. i SCOItl'IO (Oct. 23-Nov. (live thoughls lo your family ties. communicalions wilh relatives. Younger people and celebrate this CAN'CKIl l-lune 2l-.lilh well enough alone in finan-j cial matters. I'ut in your full share for family, neighborhood may require Begin a new diet. attention. or group. (.Inly Di-( vci-sity your day with a change of pace. Turn yourself out of the past, move forward with current situations, future goals. VlllCD (Aug. 23-Scpt .SACrri'AlllL'S (Nov. Knliven your routine chores with humor, a wild (lather good friends CAI'JUCOUN 22-.Jan. ft is lime now to reach out. communicate with others working in your field, avoid duplication of routine effort. AQUARIUS (.Jan. 1V-Feb. Original ideas are readily ap- r'icable now, although it is not time to make a major shift of c is 01 goals. Spend time socially. (l-'i-li. 19-Xlarch Take care of personal proh- lems without making a fuss. Any search for information c'tds re-sulls enpecta- tions. (1972: Ry The iicae.0 Tribune LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Old-hi aid sister in menial change riy Lawrer.ce l.a.nh, I aging process, perhaps these I ar Ilr. Lamb I have an problems can he prcve M ear-old spinster sister liv- Since a large number of hese ing with me She has always! arc associated with fait c been a verv relii'ious. truthful: posits in the arteries to the yea, She tell, i ,s How to fly Andy sends a complete 20- volume scl of the Merit Slu- dcnls Encyclopedia to David Burstein, age !0, of tlale. Ontario, Canada, lor They do it with the greatest of ease, or so it seems. Our oer'ion until last year, aim ancestors dreamed uf flying of visiting people and thai the one of the strongest a gumuits children slop and tell her they] I know love her and there isn't a word gram against alherosclciosis. of'uu'lh only that, if In some ways, it's more impor- anyonetells a story, .she can lanl than preventing heart always lop it. A being in a tornado that did lory, sue cuii i I- I.OOK 10 cue an, me} iifu friend told of j tacks which arc caused by the ,hcnl aml centuries they made many at tempts lo copy them. Kven when al last they successfully took lo the air, they had lo use 'same process on y it s the ar- bpinp in a tornado mat UHI u, power their flights. Actually. iTo! damage to his house, and; tenes hear 1 ha are -j ol llle blrd thaT'she was in! feclcd. Sometimes with small she old him IIjai sue jn m. "raltytl She never tell" the! ality is abrupt rather than gra- JSM individuals even with KC things.. WhaBt. happens to1 prob cms seem U, do W- also strived for ages lo master Ihe art of flight. However, na- ture gradually helped them to change their bodies lo make it person's brain them get like that makes A bird on Ihe wing Is a GOREN ON BRIDGE In the fnt on[ h.nd n mania ter in familiar surroundings and line A doctor you're quite right it doesn't do any good to correct people with-drous sigh! lo behold ami gave her a checkup a year ago m> g prohlcm About the i Ihc secret is really two stories and ywill it h ng toP do is lo reassure! that run side by One ex- except a lit le Uil it h much plains he lift.s and pro- 'e'F V o n 4e would be- loving support as you can clur-1 Rrcsses Ihroiigh the. filmv air 1 don't .SUch an unfortunate pcriotl1 wilhonl dropping like a stone. lieve it as she s veiy strong- ,ivm T1lis j.s explained by the mod- i (NVwsnancr Untrrnrisc science of aerodynamics. Dear Ileiltler 1 Ills is _ one of Ihc sad aspects of later years. A number of older people will develop distinct personality changes. The courteous, gentle spoken minister, for example. may suddenly develop a violent temper and curse his wife and lovwi ones using language his family didn't even know he knew. In women this occurs grad- iially ami isn'l always directly associated with disease of the j arteries. In men it's more apt lo occur suddenly. A number nf these episodes are caused bv disease of Ihe very small i arteries in the brain, 'llicy will impede, (he circulation parts of i the brain which causes the change in memory. This Is f. very serious problem because most individuals with this dif- ficully are unaware that any- thing is wrong. Some of them will have hallucinations which is par! of what you're des- cribing in reference to your siFlei. There is not very much that can be done about this proh- lem except to understand n. Vol, bf WO leiilTl niOI'e atlOUt DlC prjlnr, point' lr.ltt irlrku I The other is how each species ol Hying bird managed to mas- ter the skills of this very com- plex science. This is an age old story of trial and patient bird ancestors who changed themselves lo improve tlieir flying skills. Aerodynamics is a compli- cated sel of rules that makes it possible lo defy the laws of gravity. A smallish bird weighs only a few ounces. Bui if I stone of Ihe same weighl i launched from a Iree lop, grav-, ity pulls it down through the air lo crash on the ground. A bird flaps his wings to counter- I act the usual rules that apply j lo falling bodies. And he does] this by taking advantage of Ihe SOME PEOPLE NEVER 6fT ANYTHING TUMELEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan BY CHARI.KS H OOREN ED mi: B. TKI Chiul. TMWMl nnilXJK ASSWKHS q. 1 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: OA9S3 The hiriding has Nnrth South W'csl 1 o Pasi I C- 3 0 Pass What rlo you hid A bid nf thru! no Inimp As Kouth, vulnerable, hdld: OAK Q.I The hitklint; has proceeded: Kasl Snulh I r What rlo you -Vn n hLit In i Is fnr q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: A.I10E S The bidding has proceeded- N'nrtci F.ast Soiilh JL Dhlc. 1 NT What do you hid i A volr n for Wh1l I Q. r, Both sides vener- able. You are Soulhand hold: AKOIOtl vT OAK t-.m The hidtling has proceeded: Nnrlh 1 2 What do you bid' When Flashback l.eon TiolsU. one ol the leaders of Ihc Kussian llevolu- linn, died in his home in Mexi- co City M years ago today in HIM the day after lie wa.s j struck ,-lovii hy an assassin. Following the dciilh of in 112S. rivalry between Trotsky I anfl Stalin liccamc acute and in I ID28 Trotsky was exiled in l.alcr lie was ported and took liu ies- idcni'C in ('DiL-taill'ilopll1 before sf a.-A'llllli in Mexico, where hi-, liii1 was constantly wied. II a w a i l was pro claimed the slat.- of Ihe United inn fans i r s i d e n I Bin-led a revolt (icT- nuiii trotips Ihe city P r i n cess Marparel VHS bnrn llrilhnr! a wt-ll al Ti- Insvilte, I'a K d w a r d Li Drake shuck oil the flrsl modern oil well One widow and It maidens h'fl London fur Vu- ginia. lo be sold lo bachelors (or pounds of lobacco. LIFE ON THE J-lAZY-S-By T. H. Edwnrd. The invisible air is made of widely separated molecules, dashing around in all direc- tions. The filmy stuff can he pushed aside and piled into thicker, denser masses. When i a bird takes to the air. his streamlined body pushes a path through the filmy gases. At the same time he teats his wings to build cushions of dens- er air. He lifts Ilia wings and spreads them to gather scoops j of ordinary air and his down- heals push piles of denser air under his wings and body. Each pillow of denser air lasts lung enough to hold him aloft uiiile his beating wings scoop up the next one. The remote ancestors of the birds spread wide leathery wings to take risky dives and glides from cliffs and tall trees. After ages of trial and error, the successful survivors learn- er) to flap. They were birds with thin, delicate bones, light bodies and internal air sacs to reduce Ihcir weight. It seems that the laws of aerodynamics do not work for heavy birds. In the modern world, the larg- est flying birds are limited lo about 40 pounds. f i Of course. Hie (lapping mo- tion docs not explain how the graceful gulls soar aloft with- out beating tlieir wings. They lake another advantage of the Q. vulnerable, as Snulh you hold: A.I612 OKI01 The bidding has proceeded: Nnrlh Kant South West I Past I -7 I T Whal rlo you 1 I hand I- Jml irhld of ll.r no p. Neither vulnerable, as South you hold I 1 t'Q.I 3862 010J The bidding has' needed: Norlh Kasl West 2 I'asj f- Ni 3 NT Pass 'iVhat do you b'd now? A runner 'h.n pui, filitl hsnfl til-' U fulll A Knml, it South, yi.u hold vAin ;s i f J The bidding has proceeded: North F.avt Snulh West I Pasi J "J S Pass Pass What do you bid now' 0. A--As South you RS S A The bid.iing has proceeded: T.-iU Soulh Nnrlh I Dblc. J'asj is your opening lead? A h? Ifal of Immp f. rlaiflv inrtkaten Vnur rm- npi hv In Ihf eln'jblf Ih.n 111-, orpmrtiu II n. prrmli In 1.1, >.llh iinv nl livj Iriimp'. inn inr rKtrirllnv mull br IUmd rents of liRht air move straight up. like rising breezes. A soar- bird spreads his wide wings and lets rising updrafl lift and hold bis lightweight body alnfl, defying the laws of grav- ity. And he inherited all this mastery of the air from countless ancestors, who learned by trial and error. questions asuefl by chlldicn nf Herald readers should he mailed lo Ask Andy. P.O. Box (fiS. Hnntinglon California fMlH (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. Pollulion aid TOHONTO fCPi A Univcr- nf Toronto research p'Oup says il hopes lo develop an air- borne laser-sensor system that can deled oil spills from ships. The researchers say they hope the laser beam, emitted from an altiUide of 3.000 feel, will idcntifv kinds of oil on the water through reflected ultra- violet rays. So far the system has been lested only from shore where it has picked out oil slicks on Lake Ontario. BEETLE BAILEY-By Wolkor Ff LOOK" AT PACT TO JOIN CKTO EACH LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp TAHUMPREP. THEMOStUM H-HOvJ L THOUSAND? BOLD SIGH THIS lp. El. EASE.'.' MUST HAVE. IT.'.' I 'BOUT ATVOUR f A j HUNPREO- 1STHF OtJW'MISSIKJG LINK." SKULL OM EARTH- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana THAI 'S A 'ABUT; BETTY, IT WAS A POT-LUCK" JELLY ROLL.') YOU DIDN'T _ HAVE TO BRING ANYTHING MY DINNtP PARTY HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browne r I HAVE A TERR i BLE FEB. INS WPR6 TO B'SCUSS HO'iV KWA'.UOH WAS TVS I'M TO SPcNP TVVO- i eor T-JREE ESTIMATES OH THE HOUSE DEAK. SHORT RIBS-8y Frank O'Neal SOPNOMEAKUC.DUS LITTLE BUGS BUNNY WHAT PO Z HAVET DO T' GET VA T ME A ;