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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE U1HBRIDGE HERALD Salurt'ny, February 12, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON MMUY, Oh. 13 Vmir nirlliclay Later on UKI'IV roc-all this i.r :i him- of lipping H-jiir KiLiinr-- in one I'k'M of liicn ,'iNollier. You Irani to call for particu- lars ami ID loose proill- IKliJVt'A ll'Ild It) rxMvmes, bcni-volon! t o friends, imuk'nmt of cainpc- tilinu AllIKS (Mnrrh 21 April Art ion taken lodny is produc- tive nf resuiLs, in- i-ludinn side cffecis. Think what you're pi about il sys- leinaiically. (April 211-Mny 201: Hrini; u ilh you w you MM'vr v. IM hiie rausi'S. Tin1 urls and music sliould fi i suonply in your planning. 1 G KM INI t.May 'Jl-.Iunc i More people are icnfiy In join forces with you than you fan cope uilh at I lie morm-nl Off- j hour Iravcis bring cxcilvntrnl, iiikuvsting results. r.AM'HH Mum- 21-luly expected Suwtoy rituals Jin riignitv; pursue the heaulidil side of your daily living. HL-- (licving (lie bes( (end1? (o inspire i posilivc changes in those you i care about. LEO (July 23 21'i; Following a course of modern- lion brings Fcrenily nnd n broader haso for suca'.ssfnJ tncl people yon wish to know heller. VIIHiO 'TTI ViMAM. T' n e 1 a n d i llcilin" liralle J'n'.il M c .'I r 1 n f y ;iml his (ornv.'d Wines, pave Ihoir jHiMir [i f1 r i o r m a n c r i.lVr :i H'lir dt'- I if surpn.sii! auri di-'- ,'il pop music llu> year. McCnvliU'.'.. la'l played in pvMic five agn, before the final liivjtup o! Ihc licallcs, said: wers travcllillfl at llic limr, and one .'p he had fond ;nc of playing tlu'ro, M> VP foi- Ncttingiiam." tf-'irlnfy, "ho has rct'or album v.illi Ihc group. during the concert nf rclicarst-d crving jnsi piaycd on, when slioutcd for more.- travel firm buys (P ship M ON TR A I. (CP> An American travel firm has en- tered into an agreement with C'P Shins t" purchase the BOO- Empres of Canada, tlie last of Ihc Canadian line's Iransallami'; passenger vesels u'as taken out of service in November. I n .-in announcement, CP Ships said the agreement was signer! Carnival Cruise Lines. Ltd., a subsidiary o[ American International Travel Service. Inc., and the Empress has been renamed the TS.S. Mardi Gras, The purchase price was not announced. Begining In March, the ves- sel will make seven-day cruises between Miami and Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Ja- maica. I LONDON (TP: In.qricl ivhn ivon ac- claim in Bernard Sbnw's lain Rrnssbonnd's Conversion at j London's Cnmbiidsc Theal.-e i last yeaj-, is to rcpnat her oor- foniiiincc as Lady Cicely Way- ncflcle (lie U.S. and Canada. The production, directed by Stephen Porter and casl and rc- i Jiearscri in the Unifcd p oners in Ihe I'.S March 2, and Ihen (o Ihc Royal Alex- andra Theatre in Torfnlo Uvo week.s. (APi Tiie David Frost Revue program has been renewed for a second season. Group V.'. Pro- ductions. Ind.. E'inouncod. Th? variety program, featur- ing FYost and guests, made i's weekly debut last fall. The con- tract renewal calls for 26 half- hour programs for Ihc season. The revue is .seen on CBX. (Sillier people .nrniuid urn, or- pani7.e family and group co- conciliate those ol (liffcrinR opinions. Your o w n i views do conic mil cloarly for all lo hear. UIJII.A 2.1 Oct. 1'nt your best fool forn'iird: a 1 lliourouRh personal Iriiimph may In1 yours in accord wilh your I .serenity, how you aspire. SC'Olil'lO (Oct. 23 Nor. Sei.'l; a stable, normal pa'Ji this calm Sunday. There are quite lot nf Rood habits lo practice, bad custom to abandon, peo- ple needing a word from you. JSAGITTAIIIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. 2lV A minor windfall and cheerful news are headed your way. Be alert and active in the affairs of your neighborhood. CArmcrvnN (Dec. 22 Jan. So many ideas and bits ol irforiualion occur to you today thai defy description or can't !ir freely discussed without fear i! being misunderstood. Talk alinut ti'Jnas you can share. AOVARR'S (Jan. 20-Fcb. and confidence come lo ;.mi now. As you make Uie rounds, ideas for future vcn- come (o mind. Begin IMSCKS (I-'eli. 19 March Social activity Inrns out pleas- anlly enciipii. including emo- tional echoes from the long ago K'ecji moving, gel ihc most and hesi from all phases i ol daily living. MONDAY. II Your liirUiday tnday: Be- rins a lime lo collect and hying into your management fiTsh resources, new tools. skills. lend lo be prompt as your business develops. Today's natives like research, tuidersland light and vibyjii ion in a different ccncepl and the talent for seeing using AH IKS Olarc-h Emotional attractions bring token gifts and olher expres- sions it's your turn to re- spond if you will. The morn- iu'i's include a good buv or imestment. TAL'RVS (April 20-May Encourage younger people Unemployed lose benefits s CANARY Alberta Commission, said an figree- Before, tho unemployed would their benefits be- cause ''Ic-'Jmically Iliey ucre not arr.J'ahJo foi- work" wlren in the various programs, Mr. months negotiations be- tween fedcr.ll flcpartnient of labor and Ihc provincial la- bor and education depart- ment. mer.t was reached following residents collecting unemploy- ment 'msurnncc can now take without losing their iK'nefiLs, a federal government official said hcrT. II H. dirt'Ojr of claimant. for Llx1 U n o ni p I o y mont Tn.siimncc part in a rciraining program JIark sri'L xvliilc }on concentrate on the creative aspects of daily living. I Career questions are opon lo i some answers. I niCMIM (May 21-June i You can sell almost any bright idea today just be sure you truly want it brought into real- ity. CANCKR (.Mine 21-July Do your slrongcst sales pilch, sell off whatever is no longer useful. LEO (July 23-Aug. 221. Travel light, as you may col- j Iccl added burdens momeii-' larily some of them very useful for later reference. VIRC.O (Ar.g. 23-Scpl. 22V. Most o[ what happens today is beyond your planning, and pleasant according to hew well you can go along with mate and social group. Life can be fun! LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. i Put the weekend behind you in j a clear switch to a work original ideas, perhaps entry on new duties or reloea- j tlon, syuilwlJc transformation. j SCORPIO (Oct. ZU-Nov. I With little fuss your nearby i world evolves inlo someihing else; old traditions i wither, new rules come into force. 1 SAGITTARIUS (Xov. 22-Dt-c. j Gather your resources, collect whatever is owed you. j move into unexploited terri- 1 ton.-. Friends or neighbors dis- c'csiiig your personal affairs is i par for the course lean and forgive. i CAI'HICORV (Dec, Present your plans where you value an opinion or have some tiling to gain. Money han- dles well for you now. AQUARIUS 20-Feti. slock cf the situation early as you must select a re- latively narrow range of the day's possihililies to explore. PICES (Fob. ID-March i Most of what happens now lias a streak of luck in It, likewise subtle manifestations of des- tiny. Your free will is mainly in how you choose to react 1 be cf good cheer. SOME PEOPLE JUST CAN'T REAP BETWEEN THE LINK! TOdKlTETKESW) LETTER.'! OF HER LIFE! TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan THIS MONTH THE COVETEP PLACK FEATHER (JOES TO THE PERMAT0LOGISTJ THAT FLORIP FLAKE ANP FLECK FLICKER] THAT mi REALM MANGE RANSERITHAT ROLLY RINPi: PERMAT0IP 1 NAME YOU INPIAN OF THE MONTH! FINE! WHAT CAN I 70 TO SET RIP OF MY WRINKLES? HOW APOUT SOME FREE APVICEOUTOFSHEER BLONDIE-By Chic Young -OU -R ABOUr j I PHILBY j V, BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker WANT TO AD.WPB ANJP 3E ADMIBSD PSSPECT -yOJ, AND RESPSCTED XT) JULIUS V IOBT MIS ABOUT rJB 'S FIT Of- 6I66LIN6 By The Chicago lft ABNER_By Al Capp DUBLIN fAP) May Craig, one of the great actresses of ihe famed Abbey Tlicalrc, tlied in a liome for retired women. She was Itf. Tier most famous role was nt Mrs. Tancrcd in Scan Juno and the Pay cock for which she won wide acclnim during i siv separate tours. i Her last puhlic appecirancc was in The Loves of Magyiire when she was 73. f WHUT !fj VOP.f OOL( J7IOAJ 7O N) TEMPmrfoNf Suimncr school j program willi iiew hvisl I EDMONTON i CP 1 A i 000 summer school at the Uni-' versity of next August; I is to have an unusual curricn- lumr alcoholL-iin and diug About 250 participants arc j expected from all walks of life in Alberta, the alcoholism and drug abuse commission said I here. It will be hold Aug. 20-2fi and is designed Lo communi-j ty leadere, professional and i j business people and native peo- j pie counselling and therapy j i techniques. As a one-day seminar will he held Aug. 20 for ihe j i medical profession. How teeth grow Andy sends a complete 20- vohimc set of Ihe World Book Encyclopedia to Ellin Ressner, age 10. Montreal, Quebec, for her questiiun: Ilmv can tcclh grow from Ihc gums? The tough teeth seem to sprout from Ihc soft pink gums sturdy nails seem to grow from the soft flesh at the slips of tecs and fingers, How- ever, Ihf hard material in teeth and nails arc crested bchirjd the scenes. We SEC Ihem only when they grow big enough to poke up lo Ihc surface. Nails, of course, po on growing all our lives. I-ut we only two sels cf tcoih. Our tooth growing centres are wads of special ceils, huncd inside the jawbones. They are called tooth buds and IJity form even hctore a is bom, no doubt because their complicated work must be dene slowly and correctly. Each bud inherits a blueprint. a built-in pattern to follow. H must he able lo select the right Icoth building ingredients and arrange lo make durable materials, molecule by mole- cule. Land hank plan no SASKATOON 'CPi Tlio ffuvcrnmenl's bank lip jjp sums of moiuy and do nothing to check I lie exodus from rural j SaskYilrhouvin. Mberal senator Tlazc-.n S. Araue of SnskaLch- evan said hrrc Mr. Arpuc said high casli rentals nnrl laxes will put the lan'1 'he reach ot the sm.Ti! fanner. Cash renlaJ and j l.ixos for troofl land would amonnl lo or more a year per "'An u s h r 1 quota ,'it prt-si'ii! market jiriccs will L'lvc. farmer fjbout an ;ICIT in i'ltnmi1 or ppr fjuarUT (-lion of land. After i paying and (axes, his cash rciuni would Ix: only .'vlOO. olivionsly nn impossible proposilion NAMMD '1O I.II1IIATIV POST OTJ'AUA Bernard M( Naince, director of library vn ices at Dawson ColJcL'c in Moiii'rcal, has been nppoinlcd rxi-cuiivr1 director of Hie Canadian Library Assncia- f.ion, it was announced lioro. Mr. MrNnmre, -12, uill tnke up his new duties in May. I GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN It rf7i: Br Tfir Chfcaw WKKKLY I1RIDGE Ql'IZ Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4A43 T'AK The bidding has1 prcrcecdcdi South North East 1 I A i 2 Pass 1'ass -1 Pass dn you bid now? q. South vulnerable, JDU holil: 'K.I The has procecdotl: North East South West 1 Pass i Pass 2 "7 Pass rJo ynu bid now? q. .T _ Neither vulnrrahlo opponent opens willi onp cluh and von hnlil: 4K.M07I 0 Whnt dn you bid? q. Soiilh, you hold: AQI Thn bidding has proceeded: Kasl South 1 A What do yon hid? Q. Dolh vulnerable, as Soulli .vou hold: AKQJ1094 CA AAQD3 The bidding has proceeded; South tt'rsl North Hast 'L A Pass A I'ass 4 NT Pass 5 Pass What do you bid now? Q. South vulnerable, you hold: AK.19B62 OA9Z The bidding has proceeded: Nnrlh Easl South Wpsl i e? Pass i A Pass -t f'asf 3 What do you hid As South, vulnerable, you hold: The bidding lias proceeded: Norlh Easl Smith Wpsl I 2 Pass Pass Dlilp. 1'asi What do yrni bid nmv'1 (j. R _ Nritlier vulnn iibln, pnrlnnr nprns with one inadft ;tml you linlrl: AK72 CKQ-S I What is ynnr response? j Since leclh come in different, sizes, shapes and places, each j I bud imisL follow its mm pat- tern. Only 20 of them build first or primary ieeth. Ihe correct I building materials must be i right there, in the blood and other liquids inside the body, j The buds select calcium and j other suitable molecules from our digested food. They cannot items as sugary can- dies. But they can build splen- j did teeth from materials in milk, salads and assorted vege- j tables. The primary teeth are the i right .size to fit the young, growing jaw bones. If they were very sturdy, n1 moving them for the really big job would be a prcbbm. The budi 1 begin this preparation while Ihe primary teeth arc still in their places. Down in (lie jaw- bones Ihey start building the lough crowns for the durable permanent teeth. When each L is completed and i wilh shiny enamel, a bud be-' gins lo build the rooLs. As llicy irrow. tliey jyjsli Ihe up! ihror.fjh the gums and out into I the light of day. The buds work as a learn and i ctimpieie Ilicir leelh on schcd- i iile, more or in pairs. Wiien a poison is abmii J yix. the first pairs of molars Often flie primary; teeth lliey replcce fall out easi- i 1 ly and to have no roots j at all. This is (heir in- firedienfs were dissolved and i Ihe buds used them to build more durable replacements. However, most nf Ihe building ingredients come from foods on the daily menu. Meantime, down In the jaws. the crowns Tor olhcr leeth arc i in various stages of complc- j lion. I'rom the front incisors Ihc Rums. I Al 1.1, a person 211 perm a-, nonl leelh and the lircsome I task .stiil to he finished. Hnw- j ever, I here are four more tooth bud.1; and I hose slow pokes arc j pirprii'infT a may j nol hoar from Hum for many j years. lint sometime after a jxrson is 17. four more molars ralM wisdom Inel.h appear one al rarli co'-nrr the jaw tiv rniWi en j of lleralfl renders should mailrd (o Ash Andy, P.O. Hiix iiVi. Ilimllnfi on Rt'iiCii. I California (Copyrifflit I I'ubl'lslling Co. 1972) -feMt'LL K, iO REPl.'US.VH TO N ARCHIE-By Bob Montana You SHOULDN'T BRING TOUR HOBBIES TO J SCHOOL.' ___ J DYE.' N I'M TRYING SOfAE VJHffT ARE TIE-DYEIMG THE RED UN THIS CROCK; SPOTS ALL OVER THE WALL? HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne f LITTLE DARUNS 'WAS 5ITTIN6 ON A BOX OF FROZEN LIMA. AND THEY V CHILPR3 b? MOT UWN6 VEGETABLES SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY VVO'JLP VOU LIKE TO HEAR ROSCOE FLAY "FLIGHT Or THE HIS NEW EK...SOME CTREE TIME! WHY PON'T YOU TOO GO POWW TO TH' MALT SHOP FEE A TREAT? WE'P H-Vv'E EEEM IW TROUBLE (FHE-'pi'Ai CSLY HAP OffC LUSSON! ;