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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, December 26, 1970 SUNDAY, DICC. 27 I You; birthday today: Your life becomes full, busy with a sense of mission as the cal- endar leaf turns in a few more (lays. Your friends may not follow the same path, thus opening ways for other relations to develop, while requiring effort to hold what you have. Your emotional de- velopment involves the m- tense experience of sensing what other people are like under the surface. Today s natives are practical, eco- nomical, and willing to work. ARIES (March 21-April There's nothing to be gained by pursuing people today deal gentlv rath those who come to you. 'Others feel that you're in quite a rash mood. TAUKUS (April 20-May Expect delays in any sort of travel. The less you involve outsiders in your personal af- fairs the better, as everybody has' impulsive tendencies. GEMINI (May 21-Junc Your all-out effort to keep the peace will be appreciated only later. Well-intentioned prom- ises turn out to be unfeasible, upset by other decisions, .per- sonal limitations. CANCER (June 21-July Maintain your inner serenity. Efforts to discuss family or group issues provoke more stress than they resolve give everybody more time. LEO (July 23-Aug. Spare others your temper today. Keep social activities simple, as almost anything expansive yon do may cause inconveni- ence for somebody. Secrets don't remain that way now. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sopt. Temptation is to expect to much, particularly from young- er people. A story lacks reality, but sounds very plausible. Don't pass it on. Home condi- tions are stalled for the time being. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Travel works best if you start extra early. Listening is a lost art today, "just a bit of it brings useful information. Experi- ments fail without warning. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. You tend to be off-guard; be alert and hold to new, better habits. Borrowing and lending, speculative ventures, are not favored. Divert your energy into more constructive chan- nels. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-DeC. Use extra caution in phy- sical exertion, travel. You say something without thought and wish later you hadn't. Give yourself and others a break at every opportunity. CAPRICORN (Dec. Even dependable people fail to be on time or in the right place. It is a stay-at-home sort of day; don't try to force issues. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Your sense of humor and justice save this from being a rather gloomy Sunday. Enjoy being a lone wolf for the nonce; expansive ventures falter, tcm- porarily. I'ISCES (Feb. ID-March Be your unpretentious self. You' can easily Overdo, say too much or too little, without real- izaing you upset your friends. You are more needed than you By Jeane Dixon realize. .MONDAY, DEC. 2S your birthday today: A brisk year of progress be- gins. Your working skills come now to constructive ap- plication. Events bring and remove opportunity at erratic intervals be ready to take quick, full-scale action in a new direction or in a job- switch. Emotional experi- ences promises to be just as lively. Today's natives show great ingenuity in moments of necessity. Often there is a streak of jealousy. They oc- casionally become leaders of their local community. ARIES (March 21-April Get right out with a bright idea and the energy to push it through. You have many things that should be worked out by the end of the year; apply yourself. TAUKUS (April 20-May Expect discrepancies. Get mat- ters completed and filed. Pre- pare for some career changes, perhaps a jump of yur oown making. Gentle treatment of loved ones is essential. GEMINI (May Zl-Junc Act on principle, but be sure the wording is right. Good cheer and brisk enterprise make all the difference, both in the day's work and the eve- ning's romance. CANCER (June 21-July Spend a hit on your public image. A change of style in clothing says a great deal. Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Mike Ren- froe, age 15, of Winston- Salem, North Carolina, for his question: How much oxygen does a per- son consume in a year? Oxygen, of course, is the vital fuel fo rthe chemical processes of the living cells and the body varies its intake of this vital gas with its daily activi- ties. Physical exercise requires an extra supply and a mini- mum is required during restful sleep. However, with a bit of figuring, we can estimate the average yearly requirement for an average man. Let's measure the oxygen gas in quart milk bottles. The oxygen used by the average citizen equals the amount of milk used daily by a healthy community of about persons. Soldier crosses death strip MUNICH (AP) Bavarian border police reported Friday that a 20-year-old East German soldier succeeded in crossing the "death strip" into West Ger- many. The soldier, a private in a border patrol unit, was in uni- form and carried a weapon. He entered West Germany Thurs- day near Kronach in northern Bavaria, police added. On a small laboratory scale ve can figure how much oxy- en the body uses to produce a precise amount of fuel energy n terms of Calories. However, (hen it comes to actual breath- ing, the lungs are very waste- ill We use only about one- ourth of the oxygen we breathe n and, of course, oxygen ac- ounts for only about 21 per cent of every breath of fresh sir. In one year, a fairly ae- ive man needs to consume almost a quarter of a million quarts of oxygen. But to get it, he must breathe a moderate- sized ocean of fresh air. Let's start to figure from a small-scale laboratory unit. A quart equals 1.1 liters. The ;ody uses one liter of oxygen ;as to consume 1.25 grams of >asic glucose. Each gram of ;lucose yields four Calories. To :onsume five Calorics of food, hen, we need about one quart of oxygen which is slightly more than the lab liter. An av- erage man requires a daily diet of Calories to live an ac- ive life. To consume this much GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1C itni Br Tin Chkieo Trtlwt] WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. side vulner- able, and as South you hold: 4J9643 0352 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 1 0 Dble. Pass t What do you bid? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4Q73 OAJ1073 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 10 Pass 1V Pass 2 0 Pass 3 Pass r What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, and ts dealer you hold: OAK4 What is your opening bid? Q. are South, East- West vulnerable, and you told: s.-b.. ALBERTA STOCKYARDS PHONE 327-0101 RES. 328-3986 P.O. BOX S.S. 1-1-7, LETHBRIDC-E LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTS "IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY" M I fllfWE HE'LL BE HURT IF HE DOESN'T ME (JEARINS IT AT LEAST ANCELOT-By Coker Penn lANCE WAS NEVER KNOW TO BE THE SUBTLE 7YPei iLONDIE-By Chic Young I MADc THEM OUT Op THE CHSMISTPJV SS SANTA CLAUS BROUGHT ME BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker MO PUT UP THIS BUT THEY'RE SUCH NICE FOLKS THEY" NEVSP ANVTHINS OTTO, TERRIBLE.1 WE MUST BE THE OtAEf? LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp OfirMiNrMiN t i i BUSINESS-DUTSHRINKIM' TH'J I TEMPORARILY DIAMONDS IN HIM WAS INTERFERIN'WIT' OUR BUSINESS.? SIR.'.'-IT WAS OWE. OF MV 9.4--HOUR ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WOULD SOU LIKE MY ALTERNATIVE ANSWER? THE ANSWER TO THE FIRST OR. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns SIT DOWN AND HAVE A CUP OF-HOT CHOCOLATE 'SIB3 A: FIND CAM SHAFT ACAPTER WITH SERRATED rrfe NICE TO KNOW MAPE EVERYONE SOHAPPy SIT DOWN AND HAVE A CUP OF HOT YOU DESERVE A SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal ALTIMETER OXYGEN ELECTRICAL 50Y TNIS IS SURE A IOT OF TROUBLE auSTTO 60 ID THE MARKET. BRUKS BROS BUT X WANNA IYA CM DO GO SLEDDING I THAT AFTER WITH ROSCOe'J YA SHOVEL. TO' WALK; ;