Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, Dccombor 23. 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon FRIDAY, I1KCKMI1KK 21 Ynur hi rt h il a y toilay: Brings on Uic final moves to simplify and confirm Ihc main thread of your daily existence. The consequences of past decisions whether good, bud. or mixed are with you now at even1 minute 'May's n a I i ves generally seek to achieve dignity. nit out comnier-, ing while everybody else is of! in a while cffiirlv pursue social and on a parly, think little of it. j chance to ilainiim pastimes (lives CAN'CKI! (June 21 July 22: voursi-lf a long deserved break. Social doings may run longer HI'S (April 20 Hay I than you'd like, using energy time if you must, but in a good humor. What vwi mini may be possible la- rather apply to better reflection, a :ill more details and thus avoid duplications. SAGITTAItll'S (Nov. 22-Dec. Wherever you arc in your j progress, s e e k serenity of j _ mood. Make overtures in fresh contacts, take social initiatives. C'AI'HICOKN (Dec. 22 Jan. FricmKnip isn't romance SUPPOSE IT'S. KIND OF UlLlrfTOHANS f AlAllOT I WAITINSKIR MOST fWe UOUIDNY CHECK fiM HAVE COME.. T ,W5f PEOPLE im.o THINK ITS RIDICULOUS. LEO (July 2.1 Aug. Be not now. Let your lov-1 yourself in moderation, neither ed ones knmv how you feel. too serious nor yet unrespon- (.K.MIM 'May 21'- June 2111: sive to the moods of the clay. ARIES (M-iri-li '1 April I'll: i It you find yourself still work- Remember that not everybody '____" is as free as you. i change things VIIHiO (AllR. Sejit. AQIUHII'S I.Ian. 211 Keb. Since you have special need i Doing ynur share for peace TUMBLEWEEDS-ay TOM K. RYAN yet. might never be. Settle for what exists without trying to LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. for some perfected touches, spend all of your available time attending them now. UKKA (Sept. Ol-l. and amity brin faction wilhoiii a great satis- dulling your j drive for more activity later. PISCES (Fell. March Foods st.omd Why arc sugars and starches able to trigger .in attack of hypo p I c ni i a lo'.v blood sugar F? Almost anyone who has had at tucks of wi'j.kne.vs. sweating mid nervousness associated with these attacks jearns this is true. One factor is the influcncp different foods have on empty-ing t.hc stomach. C art >o hydrates alone are kept in the stomach onlv a short time and then expelled into the small intestine for digestion. Proteins are kept in the stomach longer and fat in the ueal will delay emptying of the stomach several hours. Fluids taken on an empty stomach move right through the stomach with hardly a pause. Roughage and other solids stay in the stomach until they can be acted upon by the stomach's acid-pepsin juice and the churning of the stomach. When food is emptied rapidly into the small intestine, it may overload its capacity. The extreme form of this is seen in the "d n m p i n g occurs in people w h o have had part of Uieir stomach removed, usually to treat an ulcer. The food in the intestine draws fluid from the aned cli emptying bloodstream and causes a rapid rise in the blood sugar, fins cause.- rhe body to pour out insulin to clear (he blood of cx-ci'-s sugar and a rohmud pha t of !ov. blood sugar or hvpo-glyccmia follows. A person is subject to the common mild form of hypo-glyccmia often has a varient of this problem. When they eat sugars or starches without roughage, these are emptied rapidly into the small intestine and the whole problem However, if thy same person includes in the meal some protein. and roughage (sue.i as salads and many vegetables) the emptying of the stomach will be delayed and will occur gradually. The intestine is not suddenly overloaded and the sudden absorption of large amount: of sugar or glucose from t he in tes tine docs not occur. This, t hen, is a ma jor reason for eating meals containing limited amounts of sweets and sugars. Since fluids move rapidly through the stomach, drinking sweetened drinks, particularly on an empty stomach is. a real no-no for people who attacks of low blood sugar. An example of a meal thai more than the holiday season at expect little progress in anyt fling beyond special phenomena. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Got an early start with a complete list of details. Pause room lor an exlra person, find time for an extra chore. You must extend yourself a bit both ways, therefore you may as well do so gracefully. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune Ij Do flies hibernate? Andy sends a complete 20-volumc set of the World Book Kncyclopedia to Jonathan Serf, age 16. of Muncie, Indiana, tor his question: Do flies hibernate? Insects of the house fly type are germ carrying pests and reducing their populations is a matter of public health. In winter, their aggravating squadrons disappear from the scene and we tend to forget alxnit them. Or we may relax and think that somehow the problem has solved itself. These iazy daydreams are dashed with the first warm breath of spring, when swarms of flies reappear from who-k n o ws-whore. Actually they were with us all the time, though not hibernating like the bears and beavers. When chemical scan and water. The attack calls for the sort of scrubbing that roots out every ..peck of possible maggot food until every impossible corner is cleaner thsn clean. The best weapon outdoors is a compost pile, in which the future flies are destroyed by (ho heat of decomposition. QuCEllUU.S JlSllCfl tiv Ctlllfll '3D of Herald renders should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 705, Huntington Beacn. California 92M8. Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1U71! radio HI, 5NOOKY! ISM'TlTeXCITINe! THERE'S ONLY ONE MORE PAY TIL CHRISTMAS] YOU1? PETTBR PE VERY VERYSOOP ANP NOT SAY OR PO NAUGHTY BECAUSE "HE" IB TO TOWN TOMORROW 5 ALWAYS 600P T' KNOW WHEN YER PAROLE OFFICER'S GONNA IN PA NEI6HPORHOOP BLONDIE-By Chic Young BRITTLE BAItEY-By Mori Trie SENEfJAL 5MOULD ZK TM DNDHRSROUNP PAPER. IT "'SENERAL SLEE: WMILE MEN f TMAT'5 HAVBE 5O-- BUT I WOULDN'T WAKE HIM TO TELL HIM ABOUT IT Ftream into the intestine and acts somewhat like a laxative. When large amounts of sweets are in the fluid, sugar (glu- cose) is absorbed into the recognized as dangerous i Ll L ABNER-By Al Capp mis. we had to seek safer UdlJ." U UUi? i victim will have an attack. Neither NORTH A.I V .1 S t 4 A 9 B 5 4 2 10 s trr CWUH TribBMl ulnerable. East EAST WIO 93 A K 3 7 6 SOUTH 4 K 10 9 8 7 B V7 AKQ52 O 10 0- Q .1 S 7 3 Q J 5 _ 3 cause real problems cakes with syrup for breakfast i pollutants, we had to seek" safe. and hot coffee with lots of j methods to wipe out flies and sugar. Not long afterward the; other insect pests. The sensible TORONTO i CP A paten- approach is to learn the tially hazardous table model vulnerable spots in their life radio hss been brought to the i cycles. However, insects are i attention of the Canadian Stand- j very secretive about the most ards Association. vulnerable phases of their1 The association said Wednes-i lives. We notice Item only day that the radio, with the when they take to the air as; word "imperial" on Hie front winged adults. This is the and shonin? the basic model breeding season, when a few; number 601 prefixed by the let- adults can hide enough eggs to j ters KA or HT KI the back, populate the world with anoth-' incorrectly bears a CSA radio cr generation. label. The life cycle of the house Somc of ,hc examined fly dcvelopes through four very j a scrcw v.hjdl mav different sUgcs. three of which on ,he are capable of surviving the set. Thls nlcalls if a winter. All housefhes look alike; the screw wilh one but those that appear in spring and a metal ap_ i pliancc. water tap or hot air register with the other, they Tass Pass Pass 5 A Dblc. North Pass Pass GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES Tl. GOREN A heart was led to declar- er's queen to put the king of spades thru. West followed with the four and, after a moment's thought. South sluffcd a diamond from dum- my. When the king won the trick, declarer proceeded to draw the remaining trump with the ace and the king of hearts and then led the ten cif spades. West covered with lire ace and dummy ruffed. Fouth trumped n diamond with the five of hearts, his -remaining trump and his es- tablished spades took the rest of the tricks. At the other table, the play the saTnc way with South ruffing the second round of clubs and then lead- ing out to dummy's jack of spades. West realized that he put up the queen, his ace would become exposed to a ruffing finesse and hoping to confuse the issue for his op- ponent, he played the ace of Bpades and then exited wiili the king of diamonds to dum- my's ace. A heart was led to the queen, South cashed the king of spades and then led the ten. West followed with the live and declarer ruffed in dummy expecting the queen of spades to appear from East's hand and thereby cs tablish South's remaining spades. When Eaet showed out, it came as a jolt. A heart was led to the king as East showed out again, and West's queen of spades was ruffed away with the jack of hearts. Dummy had nothing left but diamonds and when South attempted to get back to his hand by trumping the five of hearts, West overtrumped with the ten for the setting trick. The 100 point set rendered by East and West swelled their team's profit on the deal to 750 points. [Their counterparts at the other (able scored 6oO at five hearts trick score, 50 for the doubled contract and 300 for a nonvulnerable game.] are that disappeared in the fall. 1 Some of the new arrivals spent could receive a severe electric The bidding: East Soalh West 1 A i v? Pass Pass Opening lead: King of 4> A very clever false card try West led to a substantial Ewing when tjday's hand Was dealt in a recent team cf four match. The bidding followed a similar course st both tables. South opened the bidding in eecond position with one spade and West overcalled vith two the oniy con- venient call available, other than a trap pass. North did not have nearly enough to jnake a free bid and East Jumped to four clubs as a Jpreemptive measure, inas- much as his holding was de- .Void of defensive values. South was not to be shut out, however, and persisted lo four hearts. West bid five clubs and North finally en- tered the proceedings by car- rying en to five hearts. West doubled and that became the Jina! contract at both tables. West opened the king of clubs and continued with the ace, declarer ruffing the sec- ond round with the deuce of hearts. A spade was led out lo the jack and West put up Ihe queen (o hold the trick. The shift was to the king of diamonds taken by North'! ace. The mam distributor is co-cp- I STILL HAVE ONE PRICELESS AS BUSTED I AS WE. IS, MYSELF.'.' V AUMT BESSIE THREE OF AMERICA'S WEALTHIEST MEM HAVE BEEN BEGGING ME TO MARRN THEM I'LL MERELY CHOOSETHF- VJEALTHIEST.'.' MR. B.OQUEPORT KNOXSAVSHE: CAN'T RECALL V VOUR, WAME, MADAME- CHWELL-I'LL SETTLE FOR THE NEXT ARCHIE-By Bob Montana lie whole winter as eggs. Oth- i i crs hatched and spent part of the time as maggoty larvae on sleeping pupae. We failed lo no-! ei-atiug mill in an effort to lice them because they were recal] lhe scls' cunningly concealed. When we know the likely hideways, we .can destroy them before next j available) season s reproductive cycles' j begin. During the summer, a female house fly produces thousands of offspring every month or so. for students brood completes the egg, larva and pupa stage in about OTTAWA ICP A total of will be made available for 205 graduate studcr.ts seek- two weeks and hatches into ma-; ing master's and doctoral de- ture winged insects, ready to! grees in urban and regional af- start new generations. In late; fairs. Ccntrr.l fall, a female conceals a final breed of eggs and perishes. The tiny eggs may be tucked a suitable crevice Housing Corp. Mortgage and announced ftfff THERE SOES MY y" BACK.'OH, ALL MY VERTEBRAE) YOU SAT OH tf POTATO CHIPS WELL, WE WERE .BUT I GUESS ARE YOU SAT WITH SAVINS THAT HIS SI SEAT, ARCHIE? GET ME TO MY CHIROPRACTOR.'. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne away into indoor: u-liere on diKirs. Favorite chide the corners and crevices inside the kitchen cabinet that houses the trash can. When the maggots hatch .hey usually can couiil on enough tiny food scraps and the larvae can undisturbed in the warm dark- i ness. Favorite places outdoors include piles of steamy manure and neglected crevices in and i 'iround garbage cans. The eggs, i la-'vae and pupae of various pesky flies often winter in these h.'tme places. So we may attack species in the same op- oration, Wednesday. Eighty cf the fellowships, for the academic year, are or more likely .some-] renewals, end 125 are new. Of m the premises out-! the new 115 are available for siudy in Cf.nada ndoor hideways In-. amj i0 for siiuly abroad. Stipends wii! be S.XUOO for a 12-month year, payable in three instalments. In addition, univer- sity tuition fees will be paid and will be .-.vailable for each PITTD FLAGSTCM.' DID YOU PUT THIS BADMINTON SHUTTLECOCK THE PICKLE JAR? YOU SEE, EATS OUR SHUTTLECOCKS BUT ME HATES PICKLES, for HIP fellow- ships will made through the SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal universities. Not out of woods PARIS (AP> Knierlainer Maurice Chevalier report-' cfl slightly improved h'jre but i Tlie hasic method is a spic- his secretary said the M-year-1 ami-span sanitation operation, old shmvmnn. suffering from a Indoors, one of our safest, -kidney disorder, is ''not out ofj on.s against the future flies is the Walt Disney's-THE CHRISTMAS CONSPIRACY S1DRS. y BUGS BUNNY I PRESUME YOU MEAN MR. BUNNY, WHO IS NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESENT. I AM IN CHARGE!