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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mondtiy, rrjb.utiry 14, 197! THE lETHB'IDGE HEBAID -II YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY. FEB. 15 Your birthday .today: Transformation is the main way of your life this year. Long "standing obligations should be retired or convert- ed to new, more productive forms. Today's natives live much of their most poignant moments dramatizing, pro- jecluig big legends of roman- tic achievements. ARIES (March 21-April Your good cheer tips the gen- eral balance in favor of achievement as your turn to be heard comes around. A short fill botv.'cen yourself and what you want is temporarily wide open. TAUIIUS (April May Continue defining terms and striving for u n d pi-standing among vigorous, outspoken as- jsoeiaies. Patience wins out. fJEiWM (Hay 21-.IllllB Money deals include details you hadn't planned; look be- fore signing. People want your opinion on many things but may not offer much in im- mediate return. CAN'CF.H Millie 21 July Set up an important interview LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Reader fibs about her age for wlrit you have to offer. Initiative builds toward a burst of energy late in the day along wilh an lE'ge t" do something special. LEO (July Aug. 221: j Concentrate on career build- ing, business dealings, ex- changes. Friends are off in an- j other direction, not to hs draft- ed to do anything for you at j the moment. VIUGO (Aug. Sept. Self sufficiency is your goal as local arrangements encount- er lapses, failures of co ordi- nation. Sec that Icmperament doesn't upset anything. UIIKA (Srpl. 23 Oct. Discretion, formality are strongly protective approaches You are 'apt to get in over your head with high slakes on what should be innocent games. SCORPIO (Oct. Nov. Take a broken promise in stride; not much is really lost. i Discuss career questions, hut i not in public. Important deci- sions are not ripe yet. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Ucc. New enterprises are fa- vored, should be vigorously promoted. Fresh faces, local I travels provide stimulus. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. I Caution and management may cover your welfare and that of others as well. Do what i is needed unselfishly. Your ad- j vice comes into good use if j you're graceful in offering it. I AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fell. J i Usually you can get people j j to do tilings that get your en- j i tern-rises off a dull spot, but to- day you must do most of it j I yourself. I P1SCKS (Feb. 13-Marrh i Early hours show mixed influ- j ences, family and home ar-1 i rangements not well synchro- i nized, but getting there shortly. i i (1872: liy The Chicago Triliunci TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan Dear Dr. Lamb My cause a heart attack? 1 f. age is 62, but when 1 go for many pills every day and f it checkup i give my age as a heart, tracing twice a i KsjKLem MM and that is what my all of which have proven J. believes me to be. Does the 1 am retired and tor get a true reading on the electrocardiogram, blood in my lower legs sure and so forth, when I u Making give him my right Reader If you have; Dear Reader In the angina peetoris you do sends a complete 50 age group the "heart condition.'' In set of the World gram is usually not group it is likely that to Jeff These are hung up in airy enough to be significantly changes in the arteries 10. of sheds and left for sev- fected by an age difference heart muscle which for his weeks. As a rule, the final eight years. The difference amount of blood flow to do they make process includes a week blood pressure in people world's first rubber a smoke house, where the are 54 and 62 is not that you are doing too present from the plant is tilled with smoky fumes. for you the heart the gift was not In general, doctors do a harder but the in the form of last, the crude rubber is i ter job for their patients if is not able to he and bouncing balls. dried and cures'. Most of know the truth. hence, nature a milky sap that is packaged in large bales there are overriding about this by giving a stately tree. People shipped here and there tions. Apparently you feel dull feeling that you figure out how to make the world. It goes to fac- it is important that your you from doing any ingredient into useful equipped to convert and band shouldn't know your are many factors items. Later, our it into marketable items. age and perhaps you are to the chest learned how to recipes are used to One good way to keep a of angina peetoris. It molecules for making special qualities to tires cret is not tell anybody. I disappear in rubbers. But the inner tubes, erasers and like for you to promise Perhaps this is be- ingredient for making balls. Most of these though, that if you have there is some improve- rubber still comes from can be copied in syn- serious illness or real in the blood flow to the stately tropical rubbers. Some of these problem develop that you muscle in time. In materials are strong- confide in your doctor about j people who are overweight, as w-e know, tend and more durable than nat- your true age at that of body weight sap from their rubbe. Dear Dr. Lamb A few years ago, 1 had an attack of angina peetoris. I have no heart condition and no chest decrease the frequency of anginal episodes. Some people develop angina associated with smoking, usually cigarettes, but it can also be caused by plank of the rubber fam-ilv ooze tacky sap. The best quality latex comes from the stately hevea tree. Its native home" is Brazil, though it assen chlMirra of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box Huntington Beacfl, California 32648. However wdth loo much pipes. These other tropical zones doing anything, I have a dull feeling in my chest that profit by stopping the use of showers fall throughout the year. Nowadays, most Chronicle j Publishing Cn. 1972) me doing more, and often mav not lead to world s natural take a nitroglvccrin pill which 1 heart attack, but it is true that 1 earrv at all' timf-q a s'6n Hlat have carry at all times. jn (Q your My question: Is there any and with 'this from plantations in Burma and Borneo, Indonesia and Indo China, Thailand and plans complete cure for angina associated with angina are The trees are large must I live with it? Will it likely to have one. to yield latex when they years old. Shaip knives action to cut shallow grooves in the trunks. This the milkv sap from 'RPTTlflF latex cells just below the bark. WIN Pails are placed below to dye BT CHAHLES II. or hand" LI "inch it as it drips. In time, the If: ml: BT Tht Chicago have three losinR cards tall tropical (CP) Dr. Alex ANSWERS TO BRIDGr. QUIA Q. Both vulnerable, the boughs of huge, ova] leaves. The best hcvea head of the health department's food and drug South you Both vulnerable, an j yield about. 30 pounds of said here no im- vou hold: each season for 25 action will be taken The bidding has proceeded South West North OAAAQ3 In olden times, the people of The bidding has proceeded: Brazil dipped their shoes to ban amaranth, a dye used to color foods, drugs, and j 1 ft 1 A 2 West North East baskets into latex from ifh Pass 3 A trees. When the Sidney M. Wolfe, co-ordi- I'ass 1'asi 3 NT I'ass 5 Pass fluid dried, it formed of Ralph Nader's Health 'coatings. Thev also G r o u p. strongly What do you bid now? A drastic bid by vo-.i h What do vou bid now' strctchable bcndable lalex the United States Food and Drug Administration 10 IS points. It lilts increased dubs 9vtc- Prixilict failed crude the dye permanently. It is suspected of causing cancer, vclopcrl, fnr jotl to Milirilfy of Then Various OtllCr. death and birth defects. eall Is, therefore, tlirr-e spades, THIS "tol'ln" insrcdicnt into rubber for the dye is considerably cue bid forclnfi to game. dispos.nt: of the six of toxic than previously be- spade bid. which In Itself rather conservative K W3 live to ]iquid a t e X Collected king-iack, from Ux: hevea trees is Dr. Morrison said the Rus- j As South water and poured study ''left much to he de- q. As Smith troughs. Laiex gets Further studies now you Void quality from tiny under way in the U.S.. and (HQ1072 v'SSJ C-K.I bidding has rubbery material floating Canadian Food and Drug The bidding has East .Smith Acid chemicals are is monitoring North Easl South c.vy 1'ass 1 A to make these globules 1 0 I'ass 1 Pass .1 After several are watching it very the standard for a takeout MM.I iii determine "liiat more Reynolds spokesman said Ilirri- .-imlrv firm has received repon.s of Q. As South, Ni'ilher vnlneralili'. than wilhmil bursting when holes were 1 you opens with ono spade H asked the seven punched in the lop. as speci- Afi 2 f I AS vmi hold: niannf.-iclurers lo launch all in instructions, and of oven The bidding has .ri A A 1 1 consumer education when the bag was used in l-'.ast pans or no pan, 1 n n ri-spoiup whi'-ii the bag should lie allowed grease to drip What do you "i The FOA said it found ignite A This hanil leiiipts ii.v-ii mui invesligalion Ihat pliers into lienl nil' ii-nii ;Melal ('oinpany is in major Canadian bag pro eall, sshirh Is vllli dan-Kcr While prospects of tame MI" liait-" violation Ix-eausc its is Inlcrnalional Chemical 1 prswnt Umt, nt u unit uump. j product docs not of Canada. 1 YAH0001 BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Wolker U'L ABNER-By Al Capp ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WHAT DO WE HWE TO KNOW 117 IS HE TO BE GOOD jfe SAILORS, MR, LODGE? NOWj THIS IS HOW YOU THROW TWO CLOVE HITCHES OVER A BIG PILING-.. ..THEM HALF HITCHES AMD RSURE EIG THE 60YS STUU STUDYING V THEIR KNOTS'? HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne it I LAV AWXE ALL NISHT LISTEMNS TO THOSE DASN TRUCKS SCREECHINS ALOrJS THE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY I THIS PACKOT C'N SE LOTS O' COMPANY FER YA, PORKY AEE vou HE CAN TALK r O'COURSE! M ;