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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD December 1970 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon 10 Your birthday today A period begins of facing the firm realities of your nge and circumstances chang ing tiro tilings you can and learning to live with the tilings you In order to advance your own you must inspire others to do Emotional life now promises ricli and rewarding Todays natives are enthusiastic talkers who generally Rather many may lead their local ARIES March 21AprIl Fellow workers are opt to be restless and upset your rou Theres an opening for a bit of fun speak quickly if you want to go but dont spend much TAURUS April 20May Conservative people push you to go along with their though your own is errands require extra time and Neighbors tend to get in the GEMINI May 21 June Dont let any of todays little discrepancies bother Gad LAWRENCE Ear artery malfunction can balance Dear Lamb Ive bee told I have hardening of th arteries in the inner Ca you tell me what causes that Will that affect the brain When I walk I lose my bal Dear Header Hardenm of the arteries is a term ofter used for The process begins in men early in life and usually later in worn fat deposits build up in the wall of Ihe As the fat deposits enlarge the obstruct the normal flow o The damaged artery may Arteriosclerosis can literally happen to any artery in the When it obstructs circula tion it causes the organ or parl to lose its normal II it is an artery to the brain the result can be a stroke or other signs of abnormal braifl If the artery to the heart is sufficiently dis a heart attack or heart trouble may Involve ment of the arteries to the kid neys can cause kidney prob lems and even high blood pres The arteries to the legs fre quently are limit ing walking or other If severe obstruction to the cir culation gangrene of the feet can Involvement of the arteries in the pelvis not only cause trouble with walk but in men it can cause loss of sexual function or im Since any artery can be in volved anywhere in the It is pure hogwash to think that even a perfect mechanical heart will solve the arte riosclerosis A perfect mechanical heart in a body cripplied by arteriosclerosis is not a magnificent What is needed is a way to prevent arterioscleros is throughout the includ ing the inner When the arteries to the ear are the small semi circular canals that help to con trol the bodys balance dont function These little balance mechanisms normally send signals to the brain about your body Almost au omatically the brain responds by adjusting muscles to main tain body When signal from the balance me chanism is lost or a person is apt to It is difficult or impossible to do much about this Preventing arteriosclerosis is he best one has to adjust his living habits to r o t e c t himself from devices to help with walking are sometimes The lathroom deserves extra atten ion to provide ways of using he hands and arms to main ain Special efforts should be made to eliminate the possibil ty of Many older peo ile do fall in the bathroom and oo often the end result is bro brittle bones and a trin to lie Dear Lamb A broken iip one year a pin in an there be barn taking 100 itlingup exercises in bed each lorning Always took plenty f exercise 80 years Dear Reader Thats won Im sure from your let er that you are apparently al eady doing the That gets and gimmicks fail rigli and Friends plunge into action without considering con CANCER June 21 July Let your inner serenity Take quiet but firm control pi whatever is your responsibil declare your intentions Meet competition fair and LEO July 23 Play for time force no There is enough to do that doesnt involve fresh decisions or r a d i c a I Get extra rest for tomorrows fastbreak ing VIRGO 23 Find something beyond your Explore byways on the way to Friends attract excitement theres more to the story LIBRA 23 Your career effort meets tem porary hindrance from red Replacement is better then trying to Doing tilings for friends can get you into more than you SCORPIO 23 You arent the only one with an uncertain temper Hold your Family squabbles are not suitable oc casions to express your SAGITTARIUS Give thought to your im mediate share your ideas with those The dis cussions are helpful to clear the air on longtime mis CAPRICORN 22 You may learn how your Lisie values differ from others you find silly is deadly serious to in oth er letting well enough alone is AQUARIUS 20 Feb You have the knack putting people off and out to Aside from being correct you neednt be quite so abra By evening make PISCES 19March 20 The word you await is late Be patient with busy bodies simply dont respond There are no real shortcuts now whatever you do is se rious A LOT OF GREAT LETTERS NEVER 6ETMAILEP LANCELOTBy Coksr Penn leans it must not be bothering our Go ahead and do them congratulations GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES GOREN he might be retoctant to keep bid Over Both one South NORTH jnay show either major with out increasing the level of West opened the nine of spades against the final declarer played the lour from dummy and East put up the jack which held the The eight at diamonds was returned and when South followed with the West was in with tte West twitched back to Ihe of spades and declarer put up Norths The AKQ of heirti pulled the 0 J63J WEST EAST KJ5 OSS 4J85J3 SOUTH South O A 10 i i 4K He bidding East ass 1 Pass Pass 4 V Pat Tass Opening lead Nine o A Inferences drawn from his opponents line of defense provided the clues for successful campaign to tha declarer at four fcearts in todays Norths opening bid of one diamond may appear to be in conflict with the inas much as he has two per fectly biddable major suits to It should beMbserved that his hand is worth 20 points counting high cards and and even tho the diamond suit is not t echnically Norths one diamond serves the purpose of facili t a t i n g partners South might have some weak holding with four of five hearts that would produce a same in that whera i outstanding trumps cod club was led to the A diamond was led East followed with the five and the moment of decision bad South on the basis of Easts original lead of the eight of to play tha latter for a doubleton and ha put up the ace of diamonds from his Declarers only chance to eliminate one of his ing two losers was to exit with a diamond and hope that the defender that gained tha lead of West went in with the ting of diamond and since he bad only clubs left in his the forced retnrn permitted South to ruff in the dummy be discarded the ten of from his Declarers losers on tha deal consisted of one spsda and two Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Alan age of for his question Why do they say the Carbonif erous Age was so important People who make statement of this sort take a rather bias ed view of life on Wha they mean is this The Car boniferous Age of the rempte past was superior because i produced coal that happens b be useful and therefore impor tant to modern human beings What they tend to forget is that the story of life develops in logical Every stage is a necessary link to the to complex world necessary to our Earth scientists estimate that the Carboniferous Age be gan roughly 300 million years ago and may have lasted 10 million It is merely one chapter in a long series of geological ages built one upon Each inherited pro gress made in the past and handed on its own advances to the All these links from the past were necessary to de velop the world we Ecologists tell us that all the items in our world arc directly or indirectly related to each And each was perfected by a long chain of links into the Each and every geological period of the past is equally important to the finished pic The Carboniferous Age enjoyed a long period of moist shallow seas swamped much of what later became dry It in herited the descendants of the first plants and animals that left the water cradle of life in the There were scorpions and roaches and widewinged Giant amphibian salamanders wallowed in the The plant world made the best of the climate and the earths earliest trees thrived a n k 1 edeep in the soggy Compared with our luxurious these ancient trees were weird and There were treesized ferns and very tall tan gled with twining There were thick velvety mosses and masses of vivid water Animal life was still rather limited but the Carbonifer ous Age was choked with thriv ing In later the climate be came Some of the Car boniferous plants adapted to the new Their de cendants improved and finally became the flow ering plants of our modern But many choked for ests perished from thirst when their soggy swamps became arid Shifting debris juried masses this vegeta tion deeper and still creating great Through millions of the earth carbonized this ancient plant material into layers of ihiny black Now you k n o w why people nit stress on the importance of he Carboniferous Coal is of our most importan And most of our under round supplies were create rom plant material that grei in those soggy swamps aroun 300 million years Coal is classed as a fossi uel because it is the fossilizei emains of plants that livec ong Much of our indus ry depends upon However ve are beginning to learn tha ts fumes add pollution to 0111 lobal Someday re shall find and substitute leaner no doubt hall the Carboniferous and al ther past ages be equally im Questions asfted by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Box Huntington California Copyright Chronicle Publishing 1970 HEV WATCH ME PC BlONDIEBy Chic Young BEtTlE BAILEYBy Morr Walker HIM ME PUTS HIS ON CNJS AT A TIME JUST LIKE THE KSSTOFUS UL ABNERBy Al Capp 561pound Briton diets to stave off death England CAP Arthur Armitage weighed 561 pounds in Febru ary and Guinness Book of Records named him the heaviest man in vSince then he has lost 196 pounds and is well on his way to a record as the countrys champion slimmer of all I was tired of being a Armitage said Now Im feeling very better than I have in He still weighs 365 pounds but hopes to get down to 225 by next June and stay That would mean a total loss of 336 another Gui ness Doctors told the 41yearold bachelor and betting shop early unless he lost He first checked into hospi tal and lost 70 pounds in eight Now his diet calls for only 600 calories a sweetened tea three times a day and one meal of meat and vegetables manager that he would die I Try former Nazi FRANKFURT Reuler A former member of the Nazi Adolf went on trial here Monday accused of complicity in the murder of sev eral thousand Jews in the Soviet Union in 1M1 and Stroll hammer has rhe shoot ings look place bul said the SS I commando unit he led was told BUT ITS SEWED UP AGAIN NOW CHUCKLES THE AND ONUV WE KNOW WHATS IN ARCHIEBy Bob Montana HOW DO YOU 1 AN OUTLET ON PLUS IT It ONE OF THE IN FtOODUGHT ARCH 1 KNOW WHERE YOU CAN BORROW A TO THE NI6HT WITH MY ELECTRIC BLANKET WITH YOU ITS ON THE FIFTYYARD HI AND lOISBy Dik Brawns I THMK THE WORST WTO HE WOULD TO GET THROWN INTO A PIT OF ALLIGATORS I POUT ID HATE TO SS LOCKED IN A PUNSEON THAT WAS SLOWty FILLING WITH WATER HCSV ABOUT BBNQ SMEARED WTTH HONEV ANDTIEO POWNTOA STAKE CVER AN AVT HILL ON THE OTHB DAD WAY NEVER FIND OUT WHO BROKE HIS WATCH SHORT RIBSBy Frank ONeal SANTAS CHRISTMAS CRSSBy VValJ Disney BE SSOUNPEP AND THERE BUGS BUNNY COME DOWN FROM THERE AND SIVE ME TEN CALLQNl ;