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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THF iriHCBinGE HERALD Sulurday, Tchruory 5. 197? YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON There are to observe, Your liirthilay today: Some- thing, or rather, manv vari- ous dungs have to give in the massive1 I'nmch of this comine >ear. Whatever is un- realistic in your plan': gets squeezed out as practical work proceeds. Today's na- tives are more often misun- (loved ones clcrsto'id than not. since tl explain little. ARIES (March 21 April no attention to other's ab- rasive moods. (JE.MINI (May 21 June Sill: all sorts of details but no particular Have alternative courses prc-1 parcel. LIlillA (Sept. 2.-I Oct. Friends, neighbors, visitors, rel- atives all lend to gather about live yourself in you. Be glad you have as many resources and reserves avail- able as you do. SCOItPIO (Ocl. 2.1 Nov. It's better lo skip some of the auytlung beyond your Sunday habits. f.VXC'KIl (.lime 2i July nemomber vou've chosen your settled on atti-1 fancy travels, pcopl lev i hides toward them beyond thcjcrair.p your style. I reach of outsiders who present SAC.lTTARirs (Nov. Espect others to Ix1 a peevish, and thus you can re- act in complete serenity, above confusing suggestions. LEO (July Aug. Your own affairs should he nknly to manage thU Sun- any personal conflicts. (April 211 May [situation, Prefer a solitan- retreat for fences. the day. Reflection, prayer may VIHf.O (Aug. !3 Sept. bring extraordinary inspiration You'll be proud of pulling your-! day without reaching out for self and your own together and'exira territory. There's a rni- away from a potential problem j nor hindrance to overcome in by Plans are readily dislocated. Medical cour idea influ- 'family movements. C.U'KICOKX (Dec. 22 Jan. Talkative people, includ- ing seme who usually say little, i complicate all social activities. AUCARIl'S (Jan. Feb. In the midst of the weck- i end. take a rest and ask your- scl' what you're really doing for i yourself, your spiritual growth. PISCES' (Feb. 10-March Serenity is essential now as someone you care for shows i moodiness. or something dwin- dies to an end. TORONTO 'CPi Doctors] The report also recommended (1972: Ily The Chicago Tribune) reje-eted by a hospital board for i (hat the Royal College of Pliysi- appointments lo staff should be cians and s'ursjeons keep a rcg- able to appeal to an impartial of what have privi- review board, an inquiry com- ]egcs at oach and which mittee has recommended to the oncs jlave denied privi- Ontario government. The cormni tee, headed by To- leges. At present a doctor turned down at one hospital ronto lawyer Samuel Grange, j may >apply at another. A was appointed last July follow- js envisaged for Ing complaints by Dr. Ckude' Macdonald. a surgeon, and Dr. i obstetrician, MONDAY. FEB. 7 Your birthday today: Brings a time of personal pi- oneering. All you do now must have a quality of freshness, unlikely to relate directly to any past examples. New skills are wilhii' your reach and are needed much sooner than you'd think. Today's natives VlllflO (Aug. 23 Sept. Do the larger deeds today; 'ill in details, the light touches !a- lei. Look up old friends. UIWA 23 Oct. j Traditional methods, conven- tional associates bring success in today's career effort as your week gels off to a good start. Practical jokes are strictly out. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. In (his steady, progressive day you begin to reap benefits from ionp and patient, sowing, and much more is on the way. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Interviews, petitions, offi- cial formalities of all sorts .ire favored if you're asking. Rely on expert advice. CAPRICORN (Doc. 22 Jan. The day and week open sluggishly it's your uphill chore lo put sparkle into it. An old flame still glows. AQUARIUS (Jan. 211 Feb. Take a good look at what you're working on. think what you're getting out of it, and seek more effective ways of getting Ihe job done. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Whatever travel you plan should come to final stages quickly. Join groups, interest- coir.mittees. clubs. j (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) i WOODSTOCK WANTS TO RVlO PISTANT HORIZONS BUT HE ME5NT KNW MRETHEY TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon BLONDlE-By Chic Young Former 'voicel General Hospital. After release of the report here both doctors said they i thought it was fair. j "If they set up thc appeal board, I shall be the first to appeal." said Dr. Sheriton. The report recommended an appeal board of three doctors, a lawyer and a layman. "All Grar tees) should have been just, they should be j principles were based on coin- confirmed." i sense. The report, said doctors, ad- J arc apt to bo good reporters, f i j I ministrators. trustees and oth-1 story tellers, or writers. that they had been unfairly de-, h ,rith (March 21 A ri, Qf. information on the competence i A vM idea has good mileage j dlCS, of other doctors should be pro-; n ror today's career effort. tected against defamation suits The long shot'tends io come in' BETHEL. Conn. (AP) by legislation. j first. You're apt to scurry Howard Barlow, the Voice of But the problem of discrimi- j about so much I hat you miss j Firestone on radio and televi- nation in the granting of hospi-i details. I sion from 1943 to HIM. died tal privileges was "small in-' TACIiUS (April 20 May j nerCi was fiO. deed" in proportion to the num- j Cheerful encouragement is the j Barlow began his career in ber of hospitals in Ontario. main thing io offer. Bring a Health Minister A. B. R. Law.: ponding issue to closing deci- BEETLE BAHEY-By Mort Walker I I PCN'T KNOW' ABOUT TMCf E LITTLE JAPANESE CARS- DO VOL) TriEV'RC ANV SOOP? Outer space nes. diversions in work condi- tions are swift and easily in- stalled. CANTER (June 21 July The imexpected quirk in career effort is the normal course, along vnth many added details to follow up. Go out of your way to express feelings I for people you've missed. LEO (July 2li Aug. No leisure time is permissible. Gel on the ball early and keep mov- ing. 1919 as the popular symphony conductor on CBS and continued in the 1920s and H30s as the network's first musical director. He is survived by his wife, j Jeanette. kmnvn professionally i as actress Ann Winston. Death was apparently the re- suit of a heart attack. Although Barlow was well- known on radio since the 1920s, his fame dated from 1S13 when he became conductor of the 46- piece Firestone Orchestra on NBC and later on ABC radio and television. 6LAM POOR IF IT ITS A WELL-MAPS CAE. U'L ABNER-By Al Ccipp Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to John Go- guen, age 8, of Huntsville, Alabama, for his question; What is ontcr space made of? When your parents were i ing eight years old. almost even'-1 body thought that the spaces between the stars were quite Public health authorities i are puzzled BELLEVILLE. Ont. !CP) are spaces it tends to be thin and weak. But it gets more crowded around a star. Actually, a blaz- ir is made of masses of plasma, squeezed togeth- er in a tight ball. The same stuff used lo make the stars is empty. Then we sort man- thinned down and spread out to public health authorities satellites above the! fill outer space. I baffled by the discovery of par- earth's airy atmosphere. Most i lh" experts did not exp_ect to find; Xobody knows where it first came from. But we do know that the plasma in outer space goes through many changes. ccr Sometimes its energies use its Pi the start s UNITED NATIONS (AP) PiCprcsentatives of six U.S. cor- j porations gave cntert a i n e r Danny Kaye a cheque for payment for six million product wrappers and labels collected by voinnteecrs for the UX Children's Fund. The money will be used for UN1CEF rehabilitation work in the area of Peru struck by a massive earthquake in M a y 1970. NOT VET, V. HONEST N HALF.'.'-AH IS DROWNDIM' IN SOME PEE-KOOL.VARSMELLIKI ARCHIE-By Bob Montana anything up there. But what a surprise! In a feT years we found out that space is not empty at all. And scientists keep finding more and more different things in outer space. asitie micro-organisms in the optic nerves of two female pa- tients. Dr. C. R. Lenk. medical offi-, of health for Hastings aid j judge ruled here. Prince Edward counties, said I LOS ANGELES fAPi Uni- j versal Pictures Co. is accounta-: ble to aclor Bela Lugosi's heirs for profits from marketing ot j his likeness as Count Dractila. Superior Court, Judge Bernard decision If you took a space ship lo the stars, you might think that outer space is made of nothing at all. It has no breathable air and the stars are many mil- lions of miles apart. But so far as we know, the whole vast uni- verse is filled with strange stuff called plasma. Its tiny particles of matter arc thinly scattered and far apart. But there are other things besides fragments of matier. It seems that outer space is filled with invisible, mighty energies. Its plasma i s a very frisky mixture of energy and tiny particles. The stars pour out light, ra- dio and olher forms of electro- magnetic energy. The force of gravity reaches out from stars. solid planets and from every speck of matter. These ener- gies push and pull thc plasma particles around. Sometimes they form long streamers, charged with electricity and magnetism. Sometimes they pinch bunches of these stream- ers together. It seems that most of thc fine fragments in outer space are particles like those used to build our atoms. They are so small and far apart that they amount lo almost nothing. But not quite. If our moon were a hollow shell, it could hold enough plasma to weigh about an ounce or two. Many of the tiny particles are electrons and protons, charged with negative and positive electricity. All of them are pulled and pushed around by the mighty forces that fill tile universe. Here and there, a few par- ticles in the plasma are whole atoms. Scientists keep iiuoing different atoms out there in space. Lately they also found a few atoms packaged together in molecules. These, seem to be near seething sUrs and vast clouds of dusty gases. The plas- ma in outer space, is not all thc same. In the vast vacant the seething sun. mixed with a little plasma that came from faraway stars. Questions asuefl clilWien of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box J65, Hun'.mgton Beaefl, California 9JMS. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. THE PRINCIPAL 6ETS A KICK OUT OF YOUR CALLING HIM "THE FALCON J The minute organisms, one in died in HtaG. played the an eve of each woman, are be- Dracllln rolc for n s a lievc'd to he thc larvae of al- a 193I) contract that per- laria worms which usually i milled use of his likeness for breed in the faces of foxes, movies but no other corn- dogs, cats, snails and froos but! purposes, are seldom found in humans. four v.cars af'cr Dr Lenk said the danger is Ei's Universal began li- that the organisms may cause manufacturers of shifts. eye (iamage optic tissue. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne Halloween masks and GOREN ON BRIDGE Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AA10S52 C 7 The bidding has proceeded: North East Soulh West 1 A Pass 1 A 1 NT Pnss What do you bid now? the sentitive games, j other items to reproduce his i likeness as thc vampire. Univer. sal had contended the heirs- consent was not necessary. m1 CHA1H.ES It. GOREX C Ch'uis Tribuflt] WKKKl.Y IIRIDCE QUIZ Q. As South vulnerable, you hold: OAKJS The bidding has proceeded: Smith North East 1 0 Pass 1 Pass do you hid now? Q. Niilhcr vulnerable as South you hold: AT 5.1 01032 The bidding has proceeded: West North East Sonlh Pass Pass 3 6 Pass Pass Double Pass What do you hid q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: 45 Thc bidding has proceeded: South N'orlh East 1 Pass 1 Pass A 2 NT Pass t What do you hid now? <_Ikit.h vulnerable, .is you hold: AA.is C.AK.I 10 or, The bidding has proceeded: Smith West North I'-'st 1 Pass 1 <9 1 What do you bid now! Q. vulnerable, your partner has opened the bidding with two no trump and you hold: AAIIM 9852 OASB4 What is your response? q. vulnerable, as .South vou hold: AAK <7AK OK.I8K52 AAK2 The bidding has proceeded: Smith West North East 2 0 Pass 2 NT Pass Vvli.il do you hid now? q. South vulnerable, you holri: AA.1R 'KB All S .'he bidding has proceeded: Smtlo West North Easl 1 Pass Z7 Pass Ho you hid now? fl.ook answers Mondayl Canadian forces buy hospilals OTTAWA (CP) The Cana diat Armed Forces are buying a loo-lied transportable field hospital at a cost of from thc U.S. Army. The hospilal. capable of providing emergency support service within an hour after ar- rival on location, will replace outdated field equipment at base Petawawa. Onl. The equipment includes II air-inflatable shelters for wards and eight rigid, expandable alu- minum shelters fnr surgery, x- ray or laboratory use. Barnard to write RIO DK JAXF.IRO (Renter! Heart transplant pioneer Dr Christ iaan Barnard said Thurs- day he plans lo write a nove! about life in the Cane Ti.wn bos jiital uhcre he uorks. Dr Har nard told reporters the nove1 would he caMed Hospital am1 uould recount al! the emotions a doctor goes through in his with his patients. ii-.'-C BCWLW6 BALL i y THIRSTY? HOW ABOUT eotue OVER BOWLING AVERAGES WITH WE AFTER SUPPER SURE SKINNV SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ;