Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE IETHDRIDGE HERALD Fridny. fobruary 11. HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SV1VKIUY ITU. 12 Yniir birlliclny imlny: Or- i- !V rilu. r Nut ,ni-h IMP ji'ii'rc in 1ml ivw '.'.oil pul Jt gclJii'r, h consistent your appmich Todays natives arc prnm1 I" pursue alwlvart dct.i.hed fnini diM" Soviet scientist t'.l'.ul t'hiidinov noticed (lakes, like bits of vvoiv hppmung [o from Ihe n ;'k." micnx-coe. the ar- .e r .11 i n n e il. Climlinov each fbkc "con- ,1 world of muTO-organ- that real sur- pri.-i''" ..s yet Lo coint1." :a_king another look days laler al his in Oi'.'dlnov nv.: believe1 his eves. The ..1 micro-woi'lci b a il coi..' life and the liny droi> of was .swarming v.i'.h aiecl organisms from T'.u-nroic era 'I i'i' tide said ihe revived grew in the lest and then reproduced normally just as if [hoy had rot :v.-n in a plate ol suspe1.1.- sion. locked in potassium crystals, for 250 million years. The organisms had once flourished, in the great Perm Sea. which once covered much of European Russia from the L'rals in the north lo Kharkov in the Ukraine, the article added. t o'.'iHT.'ilion; concerned with I uri'Miial or extreme ideas. AIMKS I March 21-Anril I llo politicking for .social goals among people who arc able lo I be helpful. A day of cheerful I events is promised. TUTU'S (April 20-.May as not you have lo deal I wiih several different things at once. Avoiding haste and waste (s most of the problem. (1F.MJM (May arc a c I i v e all around, rind common cause with one who agrees with you gel sonic chronic hindrance cleaivd off. (June 21-July t losr- relationships thrive with very luilp attention. Find lime [cr lobbies, sports, paslimcs. (July 2.'i-Ang. Give extra care and thought Lo your Miu.iuon. (ioi busy and tidy up your establishment and liie accounting connected with it (Aug. A.-k lor cooperation, pr.rlicular- 1} ivhciv project ii for the tend of your general surround- nx bathypelagic lish like? Suppose you designed an as- ;-ortment of impossible mon- gers. Ijcf. yourself go in the de- pirlmcnt of fcarsone expres- sions and toothy jaws. Don't Ihe clashuig: colors and bedeck vciir creations with a Dear Dr. I.ami) I would Uiese prcb'.e-ms csnnot wear Ihe variely of neon signs and verv much appreciate il if you same ring size that they used LAWRENCE E. LAMS, M, D. Disease can cause changes in bones Baihypelagic fish could pvc me seme im'orma- to wear. Difficulties wi'h vision tion mi 'what irJEht checked sometimes occur with this dis- anrt il is "some mcdica- order the pituitary Ciiristmas tree lights. Chances are, your artwork could pass for a group portrait of bathy- pelagic fishes. In real life, quite collection of them can be tilled onto a page. uon for my problem. My body: gland is also located where Ihe a structure hap changed in size tno optic nerves branch out- i [j and tins is net due lo a weight ward to pn lo each eye. 1[ ,you i change.' An example would be should hr.ve an overgrowth o! i T h p batlwpclagic Ilie p'lKitary gland in this ;rlcans creatures that belong lo area, it can affect vision. Ulc ocerm This grim I would strongly recommend j am unable k> wear the hals, gioves, or shoes ihal I wore, Whatever has taken place has also affected ray vision. The eyeball protrudes and yet choek with your local medical seriely and 'ask to be sunk hack into Hie head due lo endccrinologist. If lie bfme it you aj'e near a urJveryily medi- therefore changing my face, which was round, to a mop oblong shape. My oars hav realm logins ths twilight zone and plunges three miles down to the ocean Ebyss. In the ocean trenches, it dips down six miles below the surface. No ray of sunlight ever penetrates this center, I would sucgcst that you virile there fur an appoint i and the enormous prcs- ment in ihe endocrinology sec-1 sure of water increases with been giving me much trouble, (ion for the possibility of aero-1 depth. The temperature steadily My mou'.h and tliroal hava: megaly, which is the technical! drops to just a few degrees 'iiililion i sus- j above freezing. The surface swimmers can- ed by your! no' live and no land ani- sland special-' nial could survive the crushing ist told you that hone or body pressures. But balhypclagic grown up and back so liiai 1 term for Ihe IIE.V.: to be very careful that I peel Ilia! do choke vi'hcn on', ing. j am I did sec a gland specialist, i lhal lie said bone or Ivdy slruc- hire c-inr.'' my canm.t changed, i dwellers have inteniai pros- Im'y has ,-uns Iliaf it is doing 5Uggcst.q strongly to me. sures equal to the water's pres- _ _ J that you have bcrn seeing the' siu'e around them. Most of wrong gland spetialb.l, IKCSUSC i Ihem when brought io acromegaly is a well recog- Ihe surface. They are specially problem sml il certainly adapted lo the icy darkness and near Itiarli'r 1 presume a Eland sp'-i.ahsl would recog- nize bone, g r o -v t h associated viili a glandiilrj' disorder. Your, hardships of their realm, particularly the hands, feel and but their biggest problem is head. I food. Meals are few and far rie.scripuon suggests tliat you have dn abnormal function of i.he piiuiiary gland. 'i'lus little gland which is un- denii'Ma liie brain secretes hormone, which atl of us musi ha-.-e during our groiving period. Tlic long bones in the body calcify and growth of our legs and arms stops under nor- mal circums t a n c e s. If this doesn't occur. Ihe growth hor nionc from the pituitary can roult in gianl-s. If the bones are aiieady so that don't grow, over activity of the piuiiLiry gland cm cause changes of the hands and feet and changes of the face arid head a.-, you have, described them. Commonlv individuals with GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOIIEN parking place for his olher It 11M: Qi Chiuso Tutrjml N o r I h Soutli vulnerable. North deals. NOKTII A A K 5 losing it would be ncessary [o develop a long card in North's club suit. t K A Hearing price cui sought RKGINA iL'I'l The Sas- katchcvvan government I'.orxjs to launc h a program aimed at; nisi of hearing aids. Health Alinisler Walter' saifl today. The -k.'.lclu'.van and Man- itoba go', ei'r.menls have he-en studying propxisals for bulk buy- ing of hearing aids for dislri-! bution lo the consumer at ne.ir- cosl. pri' When li'O jaial study im- i derlaken in Mr. Smishck said Ihe average cost of hearing aids was about he said some British mod- e's cov.l li'FS than J2fl and ono ,1. )iane.ce cost less than V-''1- Hr-arinR rtralers al the lime that the. and t.i'ls were the bulky, box and Ihrit Mr. Smisliok's an-ouncemrnt was made with- out any c'jiiMiHaliou vMt.li tlie industry. v: A A I A K J; s i WEST F.A5T AG4- A 10 383 r Qfil 3-, C J2 AQSC3 SOL'Tll A J K J 10 8 .1 2 inssr, bidding: Norlh Kasl Snutll 3 Pass 2 3 i Pasi .1 C I'jss Vass Opening lead: Sis 5 3 West I'ass Pass Whon North a pos- itive response of two heads to his opening bid of two clubs, he envisioned slam possibilities hocanse he lick! an overwhelming we.iilh of controls as well as a ruartily cstablishnbl': .suit. A 1 t h o South merely rcbid his suit over three rlubs, North was willing lo ramble out a slam for if his partner had as lilllo ns six hearts headed by thn kiag-quecn, there would he nn excellent piny for 12 Iricks. lie accordinRly pro- ceeded without ony further preliminaries lo six hearts. West opened Ihe six of spades nnil Ihe klnR was played from dummy. Declar- er observed that two diamond discards wore forthcoaiinc; on (he nre and king of however, in urder lo lind a South began establishment o[ the clubs by leading the four of that suit al trick two and ruffing with the deuce of hearts. A heart was led to the ace so that declarer might trump another club in his hand. Whea the nine and ten of clubs appeared -from East's hand on the first t'.vo leads of that suit. South decided to proceed with care. The dum- my had only two entries left tiie ace o[ diamonds and the ace of spades. If clubs are divided five-two, il will be necessary lo utilize both of these honors to complete the successful development of North's long suit. South decided to forego thn luxury of taking a trump fi- nesse in the interests ol safe- ty. lie cashed the Icuig of hearts and when both oppo- nents followed, ihe success of the contract became as- sured. A spade was led to the king and another club was trumped ns East discarded a diamond. Declarer led Ihc jack ol hearts, his remaining [rump to give West his trick in that suit, as Ihe four of diamonds was discarded from dummy. West got out wilh a diamond and Norlh was In to cash tho ace and king of clubs-drori. ping the followed by Ihe jack of clubs. South dis- posed of his three remaining diamonds and (hen look the lin.il trick with Ulc queen ol between and no plants live be- low the sunlit surface, which is miles above. The creatures down here devour each other and grab the crumbs of decay- ing plants and animals as they filler down from on high. The six-inch black shallower can gulp a 12-inch fish down into Ms expandable slomach. Many others iisve rubbery stomachs of this sort but their mcnslrcus appetites are never satisfied. All of them have huge mouths and fantas- tically fierce teclh. Several j have hinged fanps that act, like I Irapdoors. Others have built-in fisliing lines, h certain deep eca gulpcr has a sf.rinpy six foot tail with a red light at the end. lie dangles th" light as a lure and lassoes Ills victim into his loolhy jaws. Many bathypelasic fishes have bioluminesccnt attach- ments that crcale cold light, somewhat like fireflies. How- ever, their lights glow vivid reds, greens and blues. As the hungry little hunters swim arour.d, tliev add bright sparks lo the midnight darkness headlights, taillights and rows of shmy buttons. It is a long way from the uave.s lo Ihe ocean abyss Prcs- I sures and other conditions i change on the way clcwn and the various bahypelogic fishes arc adapled to life at different levels. The number of species .decreases with depth, atliough quite a sizeable collection of the lillle monsters arc at home in the deep trenches. Besides the lisbes, many oth- er creatures arc al home in tliis grim realm. The crabs, lobslers and shrimp are larger than their relatives near the surface, and usually more co- lorfid. There are deep sea sponges, jellyfishes and a large assortment of worms. Tough- skinned sea cucumber have been found in even the deepest 1 trenches, 6'i miles below the surface. Andy sends a World Book Atlas to James Locke, age 13, of Charlotte. North Caro- lina, for his question: How did Hie 21-gun salute orl- I ginate? Formal salutes of this kind evolved v.ilh the historv of and its weapons. They ori- ginated lo ensure tin1 safely of visiting dignitaries. Cannon and gun salutes, natnrallv came af- ter Lhe use of firoanr.s. History i.s vague abcul who first iJwught nf firing n cannon sa- lute. But its purpose was clear. H emptied the guns of ammu- nition ar.d left tho scene. for visitors. The of shots displayed a person's rank. Rmies and navies used gun salutes before the War of Inde- [Xjndcnce. In those days, 21 sholA proved that all file big guns on a ship were safely crnply. This salute and still is. resen-fHi for presidents, vis- iling rmally and heads of state. I Our flag also gels the 21-gun j salute. lint on .Inly 4l.b, 50 guns are fired ID salute the 50 .slates, Vice. Presirlonls gel. 19 salules, i generals get in. Vice consuls j gel Ihe five-gun salute. Questions aSHeo Ijy cnllilirrj of Herald readers should he mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. fiox Huntlngton Beaca, 1 California H2M8. i Chronicle i I'lllllishing Co. J912) DEAR MBS OKIKREP THAT NOONS HAS EVER URIHEN THE 5TOW OF YOUR UFE...ISHOHP LIKE f K) 60... WU FOR A FEU WEEKS TO SKOME ACQUAINTED, AND TO 6ATHER INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR LIFE ANP tt. PEFWE I ARRIVE, PLEASE LOCKUP TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan TXATU .MAKE THE FILL IN THE HOLE, SIXTH TIME THIS WEEK YOUVEHAP TO FEEL LIKE A PENTlSTi ME THIS HOLE ANP THEN FILL I SUESS I'M JUST AN INCURABLE OPTIMIST BlONDlE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker AND ME SAV6 US NEVER ktAS ANY DID you MEAP? SARSE WON A MEW CAR AT THE M.C.O. CLUB LI'L ABNER-By Al Cnpp Ti-r TAPJEP. P.I'PDERHl-RMOSr, TH' MORli AbHAMEt) AH GlTS.'.r AHGOTH1IR 1 INTO THIS ,-f Mt-36- AWAY r'J1-'. MIS1.' tl.Ut i -r ARCHIE-By Bob Montana EIGHTEEN...WHO WOULD YOU VOTE FOR...FOR PRESIDENT? TO BE ON ONE SIDE OF THE- FENCE. OR THE HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne THIS ISN'T FOR FOR THE BUS DRIVER SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY I FEEL BIS- HEAPTEd T'PAV! I'M SONMA BUY ONE O' HIS PENCILS! HAVEN'T BEEN GOlNJS TOO I WELL LATELY!