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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 tETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, December 29, 1970 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30 j clamor for your attention, may Your birthday today: Diver- I distract regular work, sity of action, development o( Hoview your finances, sol bud- int'uilivc powers characterize Ret adjustments._____________ the coming year. Your talent j' for dynamic order is brought out by the pressures and op- portunilics of this mixed year. Koinantic attachments grow deep and poignant, although your career effort may limit Ihc chance to cultivate them. Today's natives seek long- term goals, sometimes way ahead of their times. They are restless, sensitive, and sometimes misjudge import- ant matters by being unwill- SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Nothing scores like today's suc- cesses. Ventures started now have a probably prosperous lu- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D, Prudery can jeopardize lieu I ih and happiness lure. In romantic concerns, a has which I tion. ARIKS (.March 21 April In an easy going day, look about problems related to sex. after routine chores, stay in a i The letters cover all age groups, good humor, follow up recent! including _young teen agcrs Many readers have asked speclive. Graham was asked social contacts. Line up y o u r plans, budgets if you have noth- ing livelier to do. TAURUS (April 20 Slay or tneu' spouses' reactions. Put vour main attention on Ihe! Knowing what a fundamental who are frightened by normal events to very senior citizens concerned mill either their own subject of home, property, and anv improvements needed. aspect of life these matters are, I'm alwavs startled when some- Sketch tentative plans for is "Pset when plain facts are given. I'm also astonished upcoming year. GEMINI" (May 21 .Iimo If you didn't get such things as when someone risks his health or happiness because of mis- long range adjustments set-11'tod _modesty. tied yesterday, get done with them today. Your feelings warm up. Adventure is heading your way. CANCER (June 21 July 22V The coming weekend needs ex- tra advance preparations. Aside from this, enjoy a rather peace- ful program. Close out your work year today if you can. LEO (.Inly 23 Aug. in- tuition guides you today, and it may include impulse buying. Make this a gala day of good living, high spirits, but moder- ation in all things. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. Some long desired ob j e c t comes within reach. Formulate a definite goal for (he coming month, organize your resources to achieve it. After a full day, relax. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Home and community interests Sex is part of life and aU the parts of the body are sub- ject to disease and disfunction. An infection is an infection whether it involves the sinuses or reproductive organs. It is al- ways depressing to see a person let a cancer grow because of its location. This problem isn't new in medicine. There was a time when the doctor couldn't even do a satisfactory examination or view the body pi' his patient. One famous physician who went ahead and did complete exam- inations defended himself against criticism, with the sago observation that the d i s ease was under the sheet, not on top of it. A friend of mine recently re- j minded me of one of Billy Gra- ham's comments on sex that puts tlie matter into proper per- about lu's attitude on sex. In his usual direct, wholesome ap- proach he replied, "Why, I'm in favor of it. After all, lady, if it weren't for sex I wouldn't be here, and neither would you." Dear Dr. son, 16, passed a great quantity of blood in his urine over a 12-hour per- iod. He was hospitalized and a series of tests run, including a search of his bladder, but noth- ing was found. What would cause this? Dear can occur from any point within the kidneys or the urinary tract. A complete examinat i o n, includ- ing a look into the bladder, is essential. The sudden occur- rence of blood in the urine may be caused by a tumor and early diagnosis is imperative. Birth defects of the kidney, inflammations, nephritis, injury, kidney or bladder stones, infec- tion of the prostate and cystitis are among the causes for blood in the urine. Even some drugs cause it. Aspirin in large doses is a frequent offender. The drugs used to prevent blood clotting sometimes cause bloody urine. Rarely, certain foods cause formation of crystals that lead to bloody urine. These are spin- ach, strawberries, rhubarb and tomatoes. There is simply no way to tell what the cause is unless a thorough examination is done, and tliis should be accomplish- ed swiftly. Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the world Book Encyclopedia to Richard Cole, age 15, of Santa Maria, California, for his question: Where exactly is Andorra? Some weeks ago, Andy's geo- graphical assistants took it upon themselves to transplant this small country to a i mountain home. Several pen pals politely pointed out that this sort of thing is hardly fair especially to little Andora. So let's put it back where it belongs and take the oportu- nity for scenery is closer look. stupendous, The tainly much too outstanding to dream of changing it. What's more, the secluded little coun- try has centuries of fascinating history behind it. The major mountains of Eu- rope were modeled during the past 60 million years'. The cen- tral Alps from natural barriers between eastern France and Switzerland, parts of Germany and Italy. The Pyrenees form a masive wall of mountains between southern France and Spain. The national boundary meanders the cresth'ne and the small country of Andorra is tucked into oae of its curves. Ages ago, as the mountains grew, streams cut steep-sided valleys into the lofty crest. Two tributaries merge near the capital city and meander southward through Spain to In recent years, has been discovered Andorra by mil- lions of tourists. They come to ski in winter and in summer to enjoy the picturesque towns and villages, built centuries ago. Nowadays. Andorra has permanent residents, though only about 40 per cent of them are citizens. Local laws reserve the privilege of citizenship for those whose families have lived there for at least three generations. Though the Andorrans now prosper from the tourists, they still cherish many of the age- old customs that made it pos- sible for their ancestors to sur- vive. The families are united by strong ties. In the 1930s, the youcg men demanded and got the right to vote at age 25 along with Uie older heads of the families. And in Ihe past few years there has been a stirring, of all things, in favor of votes for Andorran women! Love-makuig can break your heart LONDON (Router) Love- making can literally break your heart, a medical expert warns. Tlie sheer excitement ot sexual intercourse can bring an attack of pains caused by the narrow- ing of blood vessels. And a severe attack can be lethal, said Dr. Harley Wil- liams, director of Britain's Chest and Heart Association, in a booklet published here today. Tilt doctor says lethal an- gina attacks were even more likely when a man or woman had intercourse with a mis- tress or lover rather than with the legitimate cause of the greater emotional strain. Even slipping into bed just to go lo sleep can be danger- ous, writes the doctor. Cold sheets are likely to induce an attack, so he recommended that they always be warmed. message makes things clearer. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Speak up, ask for a raise if you've earned one. Find out how you share of group funds is being used. Gather support for your projects in your com- munity. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your idea is sounder than the facts lately presented. Check to make sure, then go ahead trusting your own intui- tion. Allow for tlie needs and limitations of'others. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Bring official transactions to completion, where possible. Some of today's meetings have been long planned; take noth- ing for granted. Take home a nice surprise for your loved ones. PISCES (Feb. 13 March Your mood is just visionary enough to intrigue your friends into working out trials. Ask for help ih solving home problems. A small party adds gaitey this evening. 1970, Ncwsday, Inc. Chinchillas warning issued REGINA (CP) Saskatche- wan residents have been warn- ed about buying chinchillas be- cause the fur-bearing animal lias been the subject of mis- leading advertising recently, a provincial livestock specialist said today. Conrad said animals of unknown quality have recently been sold in the province. "Unfortunate individuals have invested1 money, with promises of good returns, only to find hat no warning was given of he pitfalls of chinchilla ranch- Mr. Conrad said Ihe animals are difficult to grow and brefJ .ind require skillful handling and care lo thrive. There also are some undesirable character- istics which must be bred out if to is to be of good quality. Advertisements somet i m e s imply that inexperienced people can breed chinchillas for quick profit, he said. LANCELOT-By Coker Penn KISS ANP SHINE, LftNCE! TIME TO GET BLONDIE-By Chic Young THAT TMING HOME AND PONT" EVER BRIMS IT AROUNiP HERE AGAIN LOCK AT THE NEW WAL.KIS-TAl.KIE 1 GOT FOR CHRISTMAS, MR. BUMSTEAD BEETLE BAREY-By Mort Walker TO PUT OM I TME BULLETIN BOAED WHEN THty SETBACK T0CW II'L ABNER-By A! Cnpp Woman killed as ear hits two horses VALLEYVTEW (CP) Bea- trice Giroux, 22, of High Level, was killed when the car in which she was a passenger struck two horses on a High- way 10 miles north of here. Four other passengers in the car were injured, including Mrs. Giroux's eight months old daughter Jacqueline. Others ta- ken to hospital were Paul Hen- ry Giroux, 22, Ann Badger, 19, and Elizabelh Odemeysint, 21, all of Driftpile. The two horses were killed. Valleyview is 185 miles north- west of Edmonton. -BUT BE CAREFUL.'.' THE DIAMONDS IN IT ARE VAL.UABUE.'.r I'M NORMAL SEE ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HAVE YOU EVER J VUNCE. HAD ANY -rf IN AN ASTRONOMY? ITALIAN RESTAURANT HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns Andy sends a World Book 31obe to Vicki Hansen, age 12, of North St Paul, Minne- sota, for her question: How do hirds keep (heir feath- ers clean? In Andy's garden there is a little pond lhat the local >irds use as a community bath water on (heir claws, among their feathers and even under their wings. Andy's cat Rama knows lhat nobody loves him if he scares a bird, so he stays back and merely mutters his disapproval. Most birds like a shower now and then but when water is scarce they scuff through a paid) of dry dirt and clean their feathers wilh a dust bath. A bird's soft body feathers and stiff wing feathers must be lo keep him warm and help him to fly. They also require GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN te WB: rriiiw] North-South vulnerable. North deals. NORTH Nobody knows who first found the high, hidden valleys of Andorra. Some historians suspect that the first settlers were refugees from France, for Andorrans still speak the old Catalan language of Southern France. In any case, the set- tlement known as the Valleys of Andorra officialy found- ed hy Ihe limpcror Charle- magne around <'00 And until recently Ihe place was j forgotten by inns! of the world. I miles long, fbe Andorrans con- tinued the customs of their an- cestors through Ihe centuries. They (armed Ihe valleys and lowland terraces and rove their cattle to summer homes on the dry grasslands of the upper slopes. In winter, returned to sturdy stone houses in the valleys. Every year they en- dured the hardships of summer i droughts, winter snows and he sp ashes up moltins springs. Since Ihe' of to m h i ims. Andorra has boon a orin- and sometimes he cipality. lointly protected 'and lakt's a batn tllc thlst- .'is'r.ed by children of Herald readers should he mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Ro.x 7K. Hunlington Bcac'.i, California (Copyright ChrnniHr, Publishing Co. 4JS7 AKS I WEST EAST A 10 4 3 A Void gloss of waterproof oil. day he must groom him- self. His special brilliantine manufactured by glatxls in his j skin, maybe alo'ng his back or under his wings or tail. He i uses his beak to prod otil a i helping of this oil and comb it i through each and every fcath- i 0 J86! 4.987 SOUTH KQ8C32 W43 0 3097S 'me bidding: North EasC South West J 2 V Pass .nWc. Pass .1 Fass 1 .Pass Tass Tuss Opening lead: Ten of