Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 THE IEUIBF.IDGE HERALD Scirurcloy, December 11, 1971 YGUIF horoscope Ji. Jecme Dixon Sl'MMY. Your career the time and broade lives are until AIUKS i March Kxpect MI familiar the ideas other pufplf. TAnU'.S (April Exccllcul MDC double facts fcr ri.-- crcpancy. Most of your o-1.n project.-; are d'.-raiU'd anywip.. 50 ths1 tiin.- iM-isinirMv.'ly. linn1 oHd-mnid Ivnda. HSTliruitr1! 'II MK.TO of ii'iy vcr'nre, more form r.l Hit1 You'll make impre.-: icn. C.U'fEICniEN (Dec. -2 .Ian. 1 This is jp.MhLT unpredict- able day ia a erratic: men.1 than t v, WAX.______ 'rf V- moods of these a'xnit you. While not primarily pi'ob- N'tiv. Inn, a peaceful resolution does ccncern you. It PISCES IH-Hari'h news cheers y o u, finds an edn nearby for more creative inspiration. Make the rounds. 11071: Ky The Chicago Tribune) GKMIM Do vour CHStOinS til order Avoid detailed your views, other CANCKf! Get out of business doals a quiet family pleasant kut p o i ARIKS (March Ill-April To hurry row shuts d iors be- fere von get to much voiumo set of the Work! Book Encyclopedia to Robert Cole, age 12. of Hollcy, New Ycrk, for his question: in hrr own writ? A stupid spider cnuld craight in her own web. Hut out through the spinnerets. The spider presses her Cnl- umbia University's eimircor- ing school anmnnx'cd here the develcpmc-; of n jiew electronic: heart pacemaker that it said mipht for years. Tests humans are expected after Jan. 1. The pacemaker is by nickel-cadmium that can he rroharpcd without surgen-', cverv fcur lo six months, by a .small radio transmitter strapped to I he patient's chest. Cclumhia said. Recharging requires to 10 hours, the school srid, and can be dene overnight. So far, the reliability of the electronics in the system has been tested only in five dops Columbia said, wiih ihvee more animal tests scheduled fcr the next weeks, to lie followed by clinical tests in mm. iiacemaker was devel' oped by Dr. Robert I. Bern- stein, a professor of electri- cal engineering at Columbia's schnl of engineering and ap- plied science, and a team of Israeli researchers. The pacemaker keeps the beating a normal r b y h m by administering electrical impulses when the InvrL's natural rhythm is defective because of heart dis- i nVrefs shaped traps and others bi arachnids spin cozy co- coons for their eggs. The champion web weaver is the orb spider. She is the spe- cies most likely to make us won- in her own booby trap. She a master builder and it Ls ;i are covered with sticky But there is none in the lines across (he web. Flying insects do net know this the spider docs. She in a SP- cret comer until a fly 7xwms into her trap. She watches as his sti-ugles tangle him tighter in the sticky threads, then ccmes forth to claim her din- trcat to get up carls her weave her beautiful round to watch ncr- She- Irips safely across the and takes about on hour. II this little arachnid were hu- man sized, she could build a leg cabin in one hour. web because the little sms.rtio places each of her eight feet OB the non sticky cross lines. By the time the spider reaches her struggling prey, he Her raw material is liquid j is securely wound up in silken silk, manufactured in a gland! bonds. Usually she bites him to the tail end tf her big. fat j inject a paralyzing poison. Af- abdomen. The tacky stuff is piped through her spinning or- gan, which is a group of spin- tcr dinner, she trips back on the non sticky threads to her coni'-r. One or two victims tear BY CHARLES H. GOREN (c H7I: Bi The Chicago Tribune! WEEKLY BRIDGE QL'IZ 4 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Vass 1 V Pass 4 v7 Pass 1 "What do you hid now? Q. 2 Neither vulnerable, as South, you hold: AS! CQJR3 The bidding has proceeded: West North East Foulh 1 A 1 NT "What do you bid?