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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Tueidoy, February 1, 1972____ YOUR By JEANE WEDNESDAY, FEB. can be passed alone divergent ideas. I PISCES (Feb. ID-March Your birthday today: AOL'AItlLVS (Jan, 20 benefits may come in lifn and work mnv arc (July 23 AUK. You isi: Now is a time wlion but Ihere promise lo be clined to spread out onto apt lo come out ahead of you've done in Ihe past of Ihcm lo fill all real IftruiT Ui cover rival momentarily, iierlmns ir filed results. A winniiiR issues ;LS ii nntu Till order longer if von keep up tie. linalion can pul logelhcr human phenomena. It's up to excel. a near Ily The Chicago Tribune) you lo .see (Aug. 2.1 Si'pl. 22 and reach for their liirns out to Iw in mi-n'c. Today's natives seek mood. You can put ftt-1 rhytlm: in all phases bctlcr earnings (ir a human caiiacilv in most AKIMS (Mnrcli 21 April (Sept. _ (lei. v Clear up delayed details in for morc work and housekeeping chores. Get rid of outdated to gather and consolidate what you have. plan replacements, isn't quite lo your TAUHL'S (April 20 May further You must withstand a liillo (Oct. 23 Nov. sends a complete PKSS tation or btidgfM'ing arising impinges on o 1 u m c set of the Ihc morrfls and in.securities require definite Encyclopedia to very far from home on your age 7, of High that live where winters (JEM1N1 (May 21 (Xiiv. Carolina, for his cold start preparing Bolatcc! news may shake you An early gugrtler In the fall they eat ex- little as you come up to you up and onward. frcsliwatrr meals and slore the food as Correspondence, budgets, clone a reasonable As the days get shorter ping lists ajid the like go on will: sprucing pel turtle may wish lo cooler, they search lor a review and home. heniaK- through the worst place to take a long CANCER (June 21 July Uphill career effort brings belter opinions than you had expected. Good news among (Dec. 22 Jan. Orderly informalion wcil presented rrakes for ?.n ment. Your mate, close u inter. Or he may wish lo s nv and artiund all Ihrough Ihe" Nnltirallv he cannot discuss his plans. En come fall, [ILS ouner watches for signs. This may be a muddy pocket beside a tin-tic's fa-vorile pond or stream. The entrance may be above or below the waler level. p'lille hllle creature a hibernating turtle sinks al'.'n as usual, plan to liis deep sleep, his heart- jRUm LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. im feed him Ihrough slows down and lie hardly If lie seems more He soon bscomes 1 usual, he may Ire unconscious and notlung HI hibeniale. In this him at all. His pond Pigment owner docs a lew tilings to make him be covered with ice, Ihe eaiih around him may freeze. Ihe harsh weather does yellow r e s h water turlles cannot abide the cold. They are coldblooded animals lhat get im no harm. He may stay asleep for several months. When the spring warmth warmlh from the air, his hide-away, his and the water starts flowing again. He Dear Dr. Lamb this. Also certain In cold wca'.her. up and crawls forth to explain the cause, of feet such as hepatilis, 1 u c d cannot get his biggest breakfast of treatment for yellow jaundice in this to keep year. Dear Header We YOU can see. there are Ihe chilly turtles .spend several weeks just of things which can cause inlil spring returns. North Carolina, most of lhat one from hrcakdovni stand loo freshwater turtles hibcr- Jaundice is caused by the red blood cells lo cither. In desert regions. nalo ror at ]east a [ew low, not greenish, pigment trcalmcnl for oflen sink into a (hep A pet may he kept is normally altribntlcd to then is dependent during the hottest part where warm weather The pigment material on ils cause. If it is summer. This hot all year. Perhaps he will come from hemoglobin in in excessive is called hibernate at all. But he red blood cells. One of the. in red blood cells, il his box is kept outdoors jor functions of the liver is must be directed turtles live in a patio. If he seems rest- handle body pigments If there is a stone usually in the and extra hungry, he include hemoglobin pigment the bOc duct, obviously fairly warm seas. extra helpings cf food. the red blood cells. The should be made to no reason for them lo also may need a llu'cker ments are processed by If it is caused by in winter or cstivate floor with an extra pile ]iver and excreted ii: the then support for Dczcns of pebbles. When he digs him- giving bile this and waiting for live in lands lhat out of sight, it is only fair color. Tlic bile in turn to recover from ils illness hot summers and cold leave him quietly alone un- duces the color of the usually take care of o[ Ulcse kccP bus-v he has finished his hiberna- i summer and hibernate Then !.ve ready to serve Basically. Lhcn, Lltorc winter. Some hve his big breakfast. three that vellow winters stay fairly dice can be produced. One is by the excessive destruction oi red blood cells, bv whatever means, creates an Dr. Lamb Does diverticulosis always end up as cancer of the colon? I have known a couple of people the summers are scorching hot. These may stay busy all winter and estivate a few weeks in the summer. asltefl uy chnflicn cf Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, HuntlnglOD Eeacii, California 92648. cess amount, of pigment to of it because it lwd they do depends on processed by the liver. In to cancer, so I worry Chronicle case the primary difficulty about 1 u r 1 1 e s to. 1972) with red blood cells or Header causes Uiem lo be (poekeis of tile A second cause for yellow jaundice is otatrurtion of the normal bile drainage. This not cancer. However, since one out of five people past 40 years of age medic be produced by a stone passing down the bile duct and and since cancer of the colon is not a rare be best in in the bile duct, thereby in the American structing normal blood it is obvious lhat (CP1 The all doctors other than general into the intestine. often with divcrliculosis of Physicians nnd this obstructive jaundice. colon will also develop plans to develop a computer system would can also caused by a of the colon. This does svstem that may the pail of Ihe examina- ot the pancreas which that cancer ot the students in which the candidate is BlriKrts the normal caused by riiverticula. in cities across nnd marked as he ex- from (lie diverticulosis is so give an instant playback and diagnoses patients. A third general cause for in Ihe American call it the "bedside low jaundice is any if it frequently turned Robert Dickson of and students have called ment of the liver itself there would be a immediate past a "two hour disaster session." impairs the liver's ability cancer of Ihe colon the college, said hore Dickson said that under process pigment. There are numerous medicines or drugs can affect the liver now observe. I believe you can safely put this fear out of your will be the best in the world for medical specialists and may be operating within present system, different patients and different examiners for candidates can result in uneven way of judging a stu- college is responsible abililv. GOREN ON education and candidate will be given basic information about a pa BY CIUKLES It. GOREN South led Ihe five of tints and Ihen will ask questions re nn: B, Tb. etltn. (rick (wo. West was about to No r I h-Soulh vulnerable. delach 3 small dub call for laboralory test results. South deals. paused (0 considcr Dickson said the com- K o The play lhe first lrick q revealed that his will answer, "even calling the candidate by n? had three spade South had rebid hcarls, (CP) sumably shtiwmg five and HhST 1, since he had made no Allan Lawrence said today Toronto's Rochdale College is the main centre of V flV r A K I 8 m'Bht te aiSUmCd thal SUit was runnablc. Wcsl in Ihe province and should be cd lhat Ihe club lead I could find a way of only be an attempt to thai place down, I'd do Wed. Aliernoon D.B.C. Jen. Ii lish a ninth .Mr. Lawrence lold Mrs. -N. L. Foss, Mrs. C. B. Johnson, 3. M. Rath, Mrs. M. 865 50 rea_sonjng put and -4 lied Mrs. M. "l.2 f the ace oi cluhs and said the federal Mrs. p PremnchuK with Mrs. G. Redlern, p McLean- Iy sMIcd to the queen of which holds a Wed. Eveninq D.B.C. Jan. 34 Trie bidding: ,h h the student Event Membership game. Soulh Wcsl North East 1. [J. E. S Fox; 0. B. Benlssn, D. Fox; 3. R. Chnp- 1 V Pass 2 0 Pass hdd he said had urged federal C. E.W. 1. Mr. and 2 V Pass 1 Pass Vj anrt Eas, six montlis ago to V.'. Hummel; 2. J. C. Landeryou, J. Grant; 2 John Bruhe, A Kircrf 3 NT Pass Pass Pass ,0 cash nut thrce more lo close the v.-inr-rj Mr. and Mrs. Opening lead: Three of r. Lawrence's Thunday Might D.B.C. Jan. 37. Today's hand produced an At table, the Ihe death of a Event Membership imusual twist whcr. it was (jon bcRan in 5amt the building earlier today, 5. 1. v.. Qarrow, P. McLenn; G. Pr-7-ry, V. Fukuda; 3. J C. Lflnrier- dealt in a recent team of. ncri but over North's raise the death, like others M. E.W. 1. B. Jurknvich, (our contest. One Soulh thrcc hcarls, Soulh chose occuncd since the R. Mrfirp1.; 3. A. Harris, C. Lc Rouge; J. E) Nils son K L Wnlcrs played Ihc hand al three no carry nn i0 which was "unnecessary. winners D. Jurkovkh find M. tmmp while Ihe other be- pcsrs he an concept of a Nicjhi D.B.C. 29 came declarer at four hearts contract since declarer was valid, Mr. f.. l. n f Evan, K. L. Walcrs; oral yet the final oulcomc lake three spades, said, Iml Ihe J. C l .if.'ieryou, M. J. Gr.inl; 3. C. W, Chirh'-i'cr, C, Sudoikaf. C.W1. was (he same in each case, hearts, nnd Iwn cluhs. if flochdale "has gone anil Mr-, E. MuundHl; 3. K. thanks to an inspired effort to his own blamed management, t: 3 end i tipd D. rmr.slon iir.fl M. Grisak with Mr. nnd by Wcsl. West uncovered the "wrong people inlo Al Ihe firsl table, the bid- killing defense ns his and Ihe wrong Jan. 30 '1 S. 1. Y L D. C. Evans; ting proceeded as indicated tcrpnilhy simply opening using P. 1. Johnson; 3. 0. in the diagram. West opened queen of diamonds and Jurhovich; 1, C. Mndsrn, M. Grl- fire nfjalnsl three no Irirmp tinning Ihc suil. The NOISK 3. rVr. ,-irvl Mrv B. Hllsson. viih Ihc three of spades am) round of diamonds won the Irick in his lishcd n tnirnp Irick (Iteulcr) riinrt to ihe Milk River players whn were courageous enouqh lo brrKfl liand with the jack. If hcarls there was no way lo shut o m p r is i n g five C. t.p Rnur.B of Cnlrjary and Mr. divided evenly Ihcre were Wcsl'.1; jack of hearts on men, will start Mridien cf Wpyhurn, s'nsk. We wel- cifiht tricks five nvrirniff. The ace of roads this year lo you Loin among our winners o( hearts and three spades. In snbsernienlly scorer? Ihe mo'oiLSl.s who are Cams Wfd F.eb. al order lo score a ninth before line; Irirk and produced Knviroiimcnl Jr. Hll'i Scliool 11 p.iv. A the situuuOi) was revealed, standoff on the Poujade lold i news Spr-cial Event Vnlonl ni tournament (-ob. 13 mixed Til, TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan BLONDIE-By Chic Young WEl_L, IT DOES.M'T VII' TASTE: LIKE: s A SPLIT-'PEA SOUP.' 1 BEETLE BAItEY-By Mart Walker I DON'T I WANT TO EXPLAIN VVtfAT I I MUCM ASOUT I SAC AT TME V THAT PARTV LI'l. ABNER-By Al Capp HE D Nr.VEP, GIVE UP A FLOWER-LIKE CRITTER HIST'RV 17. FULL D' EXAMPLES 0'FELLAS SLObS BECAUbt SLOiiS SO SMART'PXDUT HIDIW'IT-- SLOB LIKE MOONBEAM Y McSWIKlE- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana 'WELL, GIVE TT TWO NEVER 6ET "INDEPENDENT! THSJA TO BLOOPER MACHINES OFFICE OUR COMPUTER V CALL.' WON'T COWvPUTE.' THKT COfAPUTERlS TO ACCEPT ONLY CERTAIN INFORMATION.... WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN FEEDING IT? ASPIRINS AND CALL HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne MOM.i WAS JUST HOLDINS THIS CAN OF SPRAY PAINT AMD IT OFF ON SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol BUGS BUNNY DID VA EVER HEAR TH SEEMS-THIS BIS APE WAS WALKIN' DOWN CID YCU EVER HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE BOSS WHO neec> HIS FOE. HA.MSINS AROUMP THE: WATER COOLER 7 SOUNDS LIKE A GOOPIE ABOUT TH' GORILLA THAT ESCAPED FROM TH'ZOO ;