Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
J4 1HC LETHBRIOGE HE3AID Tui-idny, Fcb.uory 22. 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON loiliiy: I'on- into usa- in year's I Tins may lake the form of eon.s.'rvalion. reli-aining. lievicw of tradi- tional methods is part ol Hie research for progress. Per- LAWRENCE E. LAMB. M, D. Minerals safe in drinking water I.ami' I have just that ihe hi'di; in which (lie author clcro.sis. dial -prim: water, ucll t'suallv. br-tllr billed di.-ullcd wal- safe drink and if you I soiial relationships drift 10- wM'il Ic.-.- visible expressions. Today's natives are fond of fund, I cwiversalion. hill oilen shy I cu taking ininalivc s.K-ially. AIIIKS (Man-li The1 tendency is lo blurt oul idramalic outlines nf a wild I slory. c.-ut ihc context along willi liic extenuating eir- eiim'slrinccs. Let olliers do the talking T.U HI'S (April -.'D May Accept an uphill spell as hin- drances arc probable in finan- cial matters, nol lo taken personally, but as a general rendition. It isn't permanent. (May 1M June The you speak ol yourself, (he presentation of your work, makes Ihe difference. Disre- 1 of vour local levels of family co operation j extra person I hoy will pass. CVSTEl! (June Revise activities. 21-.lnly budgets: lain normal chemicals (or Ihe make definite campaign wafer or is unfii in drink be- .....v ail contain inorpanic dun t lir.e tiic last ,1- 'l'nt ler-n deposits in water il would be useful in mosl ran .me alhcroslc- instances. It is nol wiltiout ils life. The dangers. Bottled water with ccr- ihr.i distilled ir nol (hi1 bones flislillecl water. IVnr My response i'O-ik you read is "Rub- The water for e o p 1 p Lo drink is :.rrr rhal rnmos from their r. water supply. There are puublic regula- administralion dis- covered alter a long search that detached. An immediate ponso isn't very helpful. AQUAHIUS (Jan. 20 plans, calm. BLONDIE-By Chic Young Feb. needless clash rivals or .serious competition, j Being a busybody Don'l do v. hat olliers are doing most firsL naLure fcr the sake of conformity. VIRGO (Aug. 2J Sept. Gaps in your schedule fill up as you find targets for your efforts, chamiels for self ex-1 presslon. people to co operate j in larger enterprises PISCES (Feb. comes al-1 today. If' 'VE GOT TO C'Jr ON TMESE EXPENSES.' r- WHA" BEKi-'AU'M FRAS'KLIN SA'C SAVEO y__ IS PESJt' the bottle caps had become con- laminalcd in the process. Noth- j in? is 100 per cent safe. j I'nlc-s Lhe spring waLer, bot-' lied or nol. or well 01 other sources of water have: Ihat control the factors been carefully regulated by (ho j prcienl Ihe development of' public health agency, it is less I bacteria in such water. likely lo be safe. Bottled waler tar as the claim that the 's frequently not under Ihe sfrm- minerals in the water will! Rent publie health conlrol thai ause atherofclorosis. this is your cny waler is and for this ii.tallv without toundalion. In reason there is a grealer dan-1 dis- cards. Ti n quick lempo vas main'ained and all Hie spal cards n-ere not kept track o[ by the defender, there migr.l be a chance to create ft guess for him late in the play. This is how Roulh pro- ceeded: The queen of spaces put thru for a successful fi- nesse, after West played Ihe seven. The jack of spades ..was covered by the king and ice and then the six of cluDs was led lo Souttvs king. A small spade was overtaken by the eight and the eight of clubs was played to ths ace. Now the len of clubs was covered by the jack and queen, A spade put South in anrl he led his last trump 01 which the four of hearts discarded from dummy. The- four of clubs was led to Isorth's nine and this wag ths position at trick 12: North BV CHARLES n East-West Mtlnerable. South deals, NORTH A n 4 3 f l .1 M -A q n fi .1 WEST EAST A K A c A 6 3 O A K Q 10 S S .17 f Void SOUTH A Q J 10 II t S A A K 10 4 2 The bidding: Sou Us West North 1 A Pass i A Pass seem to cause r.o trouble. But j in larger amounts, say one part! per million, chemical they can cause havoc. They i pcct tlie pesky mcsquilo season weaken and permeat the walls of cells and capillaries. Each cell, as we know, is a living unit of electroclMmical activ ties, these packages are broken apart, their busy ingre- dients make a mish-mash of Ihe surrounding tissue. The mosquito injects a hista- mine type chemical that stops to start. An angry yellow-jacket uses' her sling as a weapon. So do lioes and most other slinging in- seclo. Bui not a mosquito. She is not angry and means no hsnn lo her victims. The pesky creature is merely hungry and i the damage she does is not part C- Pass 5 9 6 0 Dhlt 4 Pass Pass n A Pass Opening lead: Nine ol 0 To-lay's freak distribution produced some wild results -A'hen it was dealt in the Mixed Pair Championships at Uie Fall Nationals held in Phoenix late last year. Altho East was obliged lo make a belated enlrance into Ihe at a high could not be re- strained once he -got. going snd where he -was permuted In Ihc- hand -for six hearts, he emerged with a handsome profit for his only loser on Ihe deal was one .spr.de trick. East's bidding pyrotech- nics. cor-LSisting of an original cue biti. followed by singlc- nandcrtiy bidding up to Ine level opposite a consist- ently silent partner, made believers out of many of the jNorlh-Soulh pairs and they pcrsi.sted lo six spades in an altempt to minimize their Icxsses on the deal. A club lead by 'iVcst would have net- ted three tricks for the de- fenders fincn East can ruff Ihe owning lead. The more normal lead of a red card rcslricted East to Iwo tricks find a 100 point profit on the deal. At one lable, 3 slip hy "East at provided South wilh an opportunily to jjut on a "oil of raz.zle-da7.zle that completely disorganized his opponent and led to the only plus score achieved by a pair The bidding proceeded as fihown in the. diagram and West choje lo open the nine nf diamonds against six spades doubled. Enst over- look the first trick with Ihe len anrl Ihere wns no vnlid l-ea.'iim fur him nol lo cash hr-arl next to score Hie .selling trick; instead, he con- tinued with the king of dia- monds which South ruffed. .Ihc blood from clotting lo the puncture. It permeates Ihrough the tissue, causing blcoci to ooze from weakened capillaries. The area becomes red and iichy. When Ihe cells are attacked, the well organ- ized tissue bccome.s a disrupted mess of fluids and biochemi- cals. The area swells up and be- of her plan. She must live on j itch5' a liquid diet. Her beak is sirong j enough to pierce the skin so j The tissue around a mosquito Ihat she can sip up a tummy bile may be completely disor- full of rich, human blood.: ganized. No wonder it itches 'The male mosquilo has a weak-! and stings Usually it takes a er beak so he must live on i week or more to repair tlie I juices from tender plants. j damage. However, some people j V.lien Ihe blood oozes from i are allergic and extra sensitive I even a tiny puncture, it thick-1 to certain h-stamines. In rare cases., an ordinary mcsciuito may cause a very severe reac- tion and the patient needs med- ical atlcnlion. These people often have serious allergies to A Void Void O J ens and clots to seal the wound. j A mosquito's siphon is so that, she cannot sip thick, clot- ting blood. But she came pre- pared with a chemical to stop lire clotting, plus a special little too] to inject, it. This subslance seeps through the tissue around her stab wound and gives her lime to sip a meal of runny. red blood. However, her anti- clotting injaction soon begins lo I I work chemical havoc in the tis-; i sue. I LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp f PANTLESS AREVOU'? V YOUREMIMDMEOF ANOTHER LOVABLE I VJAS PAMTLGSS AT MEMORV STILLSEKIDS SHIVERS UP AND DOWN V >OU WILL REMAIN PANJTLESS WO LDMGER. I HAVE I OWE rr ARCHIE-By Bob Montana bee stings and various other histamines. I Questions asnefl DT cnlMi of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box iS5. Hiuilinglon" Beacfl, California 92643. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Cn. 1D72) THERE'S PRINTED THEREIN PRINT BUT.. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne EASt A Void A Void 9 8 A Void o A Void Void SOLTII A Void vQ 0 Void The three of clubs uas led and East had pnid very little attention to what hail happened in the duo suit earlier in the play, sudfenly found himself confronted a crucial decision. HP knew that South had a club icft, for he had counted out. Ihe distribution of every suit as the hand progressed, but lit was nut sure of the spots. If South's club was higher than tlie three, then it would he correct to discard the ace nf diamonds, for declarer vas known to bfi out of that .suit and after winning the club al Irick 12, he be obliged lo surren- der the last trirk to Kar.t's ace of hearts. Naturally, if South had held the deuce of clubs, thnn North would re- tain the lead and East lias to hold the aco of diamonds. Kast was hnpHrssly con- fused because hn just didn't remember. He finally parlod wilh the of diamonds and 'lummy took the last two tricks., Cardiac centres an EDMONTON (CP) An Ed monton heart specialist says (he fight against heart disease should fought from large, comprehensive cardiac centres in every major population cen- tre. Dr. Tal Talibi. director ol the Edmonton Cardiac Fitness Institute, said in a.n interview: MIDI, more people die from hf.irt disease in Canada each: and. in instances, Tvith j hardening of the arteries. Dr. Talibi said .North Ameri- can heart surgeons are forming loo ninny coronary j artery bypass cpcralions. i In such surgery, n surgeon grafLs nev." routes for blcod to travel to the heart after tlw I original become clog- ged. Dr. Talibi S.IK! be recognises YEAH. AT THE AMUSEMEMT THE SCHOOL BAIR VTHE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Ncnl ycnr I ban from all other causes Hie value of bypass surgery but combined. candidates for il .should he He said individual and family studied in .-iC-lnnp at a oom- c-oun.sclling should be an into-. prchensive cardiac centre hc- ;'ral pnrt of cardiac centres be- j fore submitting to the opera- cause a person's lift-style con- Lion. tributes greatly to his chances of hnvinp a disease. IUSK FACTOIW Pooplc of nil agos could pn lo Ihc ccntro and bo advi.scc] hov, lo arrange Uio risk factors diol, pnioking, stress, exercise ns lo prevent or control the disoa.se. Dr. Talibi said counselling and roiitroUiiid the risk factors i.s ihe lo any sipiifitMiil. rn- BUGS BUNNY Store, clerk unlocks floor hrindils duel ion in Ihe incidence hoarl disease. Surgery was: limited to help- ing people with congenital liearl disease, with hearl valve EDMONTON iCPi T-.vo young bandits, one a voinini. locked the before they robbed a city gi-ocer; store hero W li e n Ibey nllcmpied (o flee wilh sn.'i in lool, they couldn't Hie latched door. Slore clerk .lean Sajim 'i damage from rheumatic [ever1 had lo unlock it for them. C'UON, GET IM THERE A PER A ilOB LIKE VA PEOMISEP, SYLVESTER! DO YOU HAVE AN OPENINS FOR OF THE WORLD'S FINEST DECOiWTCRS OF POKCELAIN POTTERY?