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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON AUGUST 24 Tour birthday Your optimism runs as a bright streak thru the mixed cf this coming excit- ing but unsettled year. Many things you would never have expected to meet do have to be and in most you must go it alone. Prayer and medita- taken up as daily hab- give you the help you need. Today's natives tend to have orderly strong and some skepticism. ARIES 21 April While no problem is quite end- ed marked progress is probable. Be quick to realize that even those who normally oppose you tend to be helpful. Circumstances improve as the day wears on. TAURUS 20 May Pushing yourself and others into hasty action isn't thing to do. Continue with has Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Each letter stands for a dif- ferent digit. Time passes so quickly. But here PRIME will be truly so what exactly is TIME TIME TIME IS PRIME Yesterday's Ted 56 Judy 33. Third increase in milk price TORpNTO Ontario milk producers eaid yesterday they will increase the price el Oct. the third increase this year. The amount of the increase will be determined by produc- ers following an Aug. 29-30 meeting of the Ontario M Boaid which set a new price producers musl pay dairy farmers. The farm- ers currently receive 20.6 cs a quart. The price of milk went up Jan. 1 and April l by two cents on each bringing the price of homogenized milk to 38 cents a quart. been get it done at a reasonable Take time out for your needs. GEMINI 21 June Remember that today's influ- nces are on a strictly local so that much of what -our mate or partner puts you through makes little sense be- yond the day or far away from he place. Bear with it all. CANCER 21 July joosen up introduce new hen stand back and enjoy their encounters. It's a day for un- extra ordinary deeds. Spring an idea you've worked out well. LEO 23 Aug. Up larly and on the Long- standing hindrances and unfin- ished matters can be pushed aside by diligent com- mon sense. Salesmanship is something even great salesmen meet high resistance. VIRGO 23 Sept. You have a clear field on which to do almost anything reason- able and appropriate to your situation and means. The one element of concern is your awareness of what you are and really want to do. LIBRA 23 Oct. As you close out your work be aware of the fact that when you come you'll not settle in exactly where and how you leave off now. Plan for an intense weekend serious movement. SCORPIO 23 Nov. Your personality brigh- tens the day. Career matters take an upward move on to better prospects. Prefer what's at hand and built on it rather than continue chasing distant rainbows. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec. Very attractive proposals are quite but may be nothing like what yA'd choose if you knew all the details. If postpone making final decisions or signing any legal documents. CAPRICORN 22 Jan. Play it wind up your work week neatly. Definite changes are certain to particularly in the home but dnn't force issues or pre- cipitate more than needed. Get extra rest AQUARIUS 20 Feb. life in general seems eas- ier to contend with at your own that is. If you communicate with people who are far do it in the morn- ing you may not find them available later. PISCES 19 March Be early and as mild as your mood for a con- servative day. There's apt to be no really clear path open and you must feel your way through a variety of complex dealings. The Chicago Tribunte Ask Andy Bioluminescence Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Randy age of St. Cath- for his ques- What is Luminescence is light and means biolura- inescence is living light. The most famous example is the flashing firefly that lights our summer evenings. Certain toad- stools and bacteria add an eer- ie glow in the plant world. Cre- atures that shed biolumines- cence throughout the animal kingdom include hy- and snails and certain crustaceans and marine plus a large assortment of insects and fishes. V The flashing firefly has a re- markable light-shedding organ in the tail end of his body. Its cells create the living light of bioluminescence and a switch system flashes it on and off to send signals to his mate. Off the shores of a certain sea worm spreads a circle of bioluminescence to guide her mate to the surface to fertilize the eggs she strews in the water. Instead of the usual ink a certain deep sea squid emits a haze of biluminescence to conceal himself from his foes. The deep sea angler is a fish with a fishing rod on his nose. The tip of the rod is a bulb of living used to lure other fishes to dinner. Numerous sin- gle celled organisms emit light others only at night. Many microscopic ma- rine organisms glow only when disturbed. In warm seas they light up the rolling water in the wake of a ship and the rolling waves along the beaches. The list of bioluminescent wonders goes on and on. And GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN e 1T7J. TH CMcw TritoM East West vulnerable. West deals. 1 NORTH A Q J 1C S7J O A 10 9 3 7 5 EAST WEST 4K532 O J 0843 SOUTH V USS S OKQ2 4.A7S2 The West NorU- East South Paai 1 0 Pass 2 O Pass 2 4 Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Pass Opening Four of v It came as no surprise that the Italian international team containing three mem- bers of the famous Blue Giorgio Pietro Forquet and Benito brushed aside the defending champion Aces to regain the world ship they had voluntarily re- linquished after their tenth straight triumph 1969'. More remarkable was the strong performance by Bra- who finished third ahead of a U. S. team that disap- pointed many with its errat- ic performance. In this deal from one of the qualifying the U. S. team bid aa South was under no pressure to respond one as he was playing four-card ma- jors and his partner's open- ing bid of oae diamond tend- ed to deny a four-card heart suit. after North showed extra values by in- troducing his spade South suggested a no trump contract and NortH accepted. the com- bined North-South holding in hearts failed to produce a stopper. West led his fourth- best East took the and king and led a third and the defenders took the first five tricks for down one. In the other the Brazilians were playing the Precision System. North opened one diamond after his partner responded one jumped to two spades to show a hand of about 15 points. 'South suggested a no trump but North rebid his diamonds. South raised to four diamonds and North bid five. This game contract proved to be iron-clad. Declarer played it perfectly iafely. ruffing the second heart drawing three rounds of trumps and eventually con- ceding one trick to the king of spades. Brazil gained 50 points la the first room and 400 in the for a total swing of 460 which converts to 10 International Match Points. researchers probe on and on to sole the wondrous ways in which it works. Light as we know can be created by electricity and other forms of energy. Bioluminescence is cre- ated chemically by the certain living cells and cellular solu- tions. The basic activity involves certain energy-producing bio- such as oxy- gen and very complicated en- zymes that act as catalysts. Some of the light-bearing en- zymes contain amino acids and are among the larg- est of all protein molecules. One of these miniature dynamos is luciferin. Its molecular struc- ture varies in different species but in each case it reacts with oxygen and certain bio- chemicals to emit the living light of bioluminescence. In the luciferin and luciferase create this molecu- lar mirade. The fatty tissue of the insect's light organ contain layers of luminescent and re- flector cells. The living gener- ator is fueled by networks of tiny bearing oxygen and food chemicals. The flash- ing on-and-off switch is regu- lated by delicate nerves that connect the light organ to the firefly's head. In most biolurein- escence belongs to simple spe- cies and marine dwellers. De- veloping land species may have traded their living-light systems for more advanced fea- tures. There is no biolumines- sence among the amphibians and among the birds and mammals. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. 765. Hnntington California 9264S. Chronicle Publishing Co. LAWRENCE E. M. D. Bad breath is symptom Dear Dr. Lamb I am a young marned woman and have had a problem with bad breath for as long as I can re- member. You can't imagine how much personal embarrass- ment this has caused me at with friends and even on my job. I am concerned about the effects it may have on my future. I've read all the ads and tried all the different things that are recommended for bad including every mouth wash that's been adver- varieties of chewing you name I've tried it. I dont seem to have any den- tal I go to the den- tist regularly. I don't have any cavities. I brush my teeth at least three times a use den- tal floss and everything that's ever been recommended to me. I still have this problem. The only time I have ever gotten any help for it is when I have taken penicillin for one reason or another. While I am taking temporarily my problelm of bad breatht goes but it always comes back. I just can't understand why something can't be done for my bad breath. If you have anything to I would certainly appreciate it. Dear Reader I receive many letters complaining about this problem. It's not uncom- otherwise the large amount of mouth wash and so forth wouldn't be sold to the public. A good place to start evaluating the problem is in the dental and I'm glad to see that you apparently have already done that. In addition to cavities and so there is the problem of pyorrhea or inflammation the gingiva which is often a source of bad but I would as- sume from your regular dental evaluations and treatments that you must not have that prob- lem. The point that penicillin seems to relieve your difficulties suggests an infection. A com- mon location for such an in- fection is the sinuses. Chronic sinusitis is a frequent source of persistent bad breath. Old dis- eased tonsils with necrotic cheesy material deeply imbed- ded within the tonsils are also a frequent source of bad I would suggest you see an nose and throat specialist and have him evaluate your sinus- es and tonsils for possible in- fections which may be contri- buting to your problem. There are other causes for bad including diseases of the lungs associated with other disturb- ances in gall bladder disease and even bad breath associated with a woman's men- strual cycle suspect that this is often related to an associated disturbance in the digestive tract occurring at that Probably the most common sources for persistent bad breath are the dental-mouth area and the ade- noid area. many people don't recognize that the tongue is a source of bad and it should be cleaned regularly just as teeth are cleaned. The accumulation of food and debris on the tongue can be the real problem. to do some- thing about persistent bad breath requires a good medical examination with particular at- tention to the sinus and tonsil area. If a search of these areas is un- then a more com- plete study of possible causes needs to be accomplished. I agree it's not a simple problem because it certainly can limit one's future both socially and even in one's chos- en occupation. 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