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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD Tuciciuy, February 29, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON il y your 'urirm drift palU'ilis. 'bring nimm-nls uhcre you must' imrrovi-i1 on short nn- Ucc. find umwial or original soliinons lo or dinmic 'tional con- continue doing your own tlunk- ing. Defer doeisions unlil late. Traditional work methods have much lo offer. TAUIll'S (April 20 May 201: Slay within well worn habits and sure fire rouLines for the moment. You have a knack of finding Ibe right thing lo buy. (iliMIM (May 21 June Do a bit of peacemaking in HID laA'ly, tell an intoresling se- cret, even if yon have lo in- always j vfni one. It's gadget clay m i home. CAM Kll (June 21 .July but! Communication comes alive. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heart attack can meaningful among your peers, cien those at distances. Visit n place of abiding interest. I.EO (July 211 Aug. Re- organization is the key to great- er acliicvemcnts. What is dis- carded may Impossiblo to recover or reconstruct VIRGO (Aug. Sept. You can do Lhings for olhcrs loday but notlting (o improvo yourself. Give, so when it's your turn, vou will receive. 1.IDRA (Si-pi. 23 Oct. Your besl friends are silenl, hut helpful. You thrive belter by re- verting to a conservative ap- proach in both work and social activity. SCOill'IO (Ocl. 23 Nciv. Diligence and thrift go hand in hand to provide a special ad- vantage. Later hours call for a mi'd celebration. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. resemble angina Atlend lo your own re- sponsibilities I hen get af- ter anyliody who owes yon any- thing, encourage Ihoni lo do likewise. CAPllIl'OHN (Dec. 22 Jan. Perspective on your pro- gress is essential, however you gain it. As you travel, pick out landmarks which have mean- ing. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 T'l-b. Make a list of your most perplexing questions. Jot down an arbitrary, logical answer lo each, of them and act on them. PISCKS (Koli. Ill March Cash in on invesnnents, railed whal is owed you, sell off sur- plus possessions. Settling cur- rent transactions is more im- portant than speculating on fur- ther deals. (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) Hr. I.ainb f read perfectly correct in telling you ainck' on nilroglyeerin they won't hurt you. Hie dis- iablcl? rardi.-l .Maivil. tack. ircglytTnn pills the Urn' and tv.'l. tors have told me the niirogly-1 ing attacks of chest pain that. cenn would not hurt me. are to b" angina as op- tlic desert? In case- o." another heart attack' psscd to Ihe first episode of Om- southwestern deserts are and I am taking nilroglycerin I chest pain after months of no alive with plants and at certain In l'..iM I had a myo- comfort you have experienced 1 i n f a r c 1 i n n. and in has been succ-c.sslully relieved I had a heart ill- by Hie tablets which in itself is r.uw diagnost-d as is a diagnostic test for your j angina. 1 am taking ni- problem. It is an entirely dif- ferent mailer lo be laking ni- Doe- i Iroglyccrin tablets for recur- Cactus and water Andy sends a complete volumne set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Karen Gogoll. age 12. of Hillon, New York, for her question: How can cactuses get water in Inhlcis is it death or stock? Is i difficulty whatsoever. it possible thai one of the an- j Basically, if a person has not gina! pains c-ould he the start of anoih'jr heart ailack? Also what are the right amounts in suddenly has an cnisode it is Ihe taking of these pills'1 I morc jiMy heart allaek. Dear Reader A myocar- j T understand your eoneem dial infarction and a heart al-1 (hat one of your anginal epi- So i socles might be a heart attack 1 and the best thing I can tell seasons their flowering cactus- es make them the most vivid Yet sum- had anginal discomfort for a gardens in the land long period of time and (lien mcr visitors rarely run into shower and often see only arid wastelands under the scorch- ing azure sky. Obviously, what we see cannot be the whole truth, for neither a cactus nor tack are lhe same basically yon have had two episodes of ;he same vm, js (hat a person who re- both of which arc complica-1 peatedly takes nitroglyccrin liens ot coronary artery for angina docs develop a tol- disease'. Angina or chest dis- j eranre to the medicine. Thus, romfort lhat you have is also nm pjn js not likelv lo cause a manifestation of coronary ar-1 any major problems in some- who has been repeatedly rome rmn 01' the pills for anginal at a11- A reElon of a heart attack can be exact- j pain. Now. if the pain or dis- ly like angina. Tn fact one of comfort is unusually severe or the old medical differentiations considerably different than previous episodes, then you would be wise to contact the doctor. The other noint that tery disease. ono It is quite true thai (tie onsel taking any other plant can live entire- ly without water. Gobal rainfall is spotty nnd some regions get more than their share. But there is no spot in the whole world where snow never falls as a desert when the average year- rainfall is about five inches. far and wide, jusl below the surface. Even the tree sized soguaros have shallow roots and every cacitis is a water miser. Warm, d'.-y air evaporates moisture through Uic pores in leafy foliage Cactus ancestors gave up leaves ages ago and their greenery is actually modified stems. The desert air cannot steal moisture through its thick, waxy skins. Hence, the cactuses can soak up every unexpected drop of moisture and prevent it from evaporat- ing. These desert misers also have another feature to help them to survive from shower to shower. Their thick fleshy tissues are riddled with pores that act as inside storage compartments. After a short desert deluge, these pockets arc filled with water. The prickjy plants be- Even the sandy Sahara gels come fat Md glossy After this much and our western des-! week sa o[ thcv crts get somewhat more. How-1 pljt on ncw aIKi ........._____.. ,____.................................... erer, the term average yearly (mght lhe dcsert incomes an hour." it was more than I will keep you out of trouble is I rain'a11 can be deceptive. It Of brilliant cactus between the two is lhat if the chest discomfort lasted for morc than "half of a quarter just angina. The implication that if one "pill doesn't work and mav include a five-year being that it was a heart at- the discomfort persists, it Is drought, followed by a deluge, tack. i not angina. Don't take another it Is quite all right (or tablet. See your doctor, since flowers. you to be taking nitroglycerin tablets and vour doctors are as I stated above tnic anginal attacks are of short duration. GOREN ON BRIDGE HY THAHLES H. CORES' I: Br CBlan Trftmil North- South Soulli deals. NORTH A QB63 v; Q 7 S MWS A fl 10 EAST J 954 C K2 Q9J 97 S 3 CJ8S64 O 8 I SOUTH A K 10 2 A 10 5 Kll 1 NT A 2 3 0 4 A Pass Easl Pasi Pali Pali Pin The bidding: South West North Pass Pas: 3 Pass A A Pass Opening lead: Three of Altho South's six spade :onlract would have been a reasonable undertaking without an unfavorable trump break, a combination of a nimble performance with some shrewd guesswork enabled him to overcome all adversity and emerga liih lhe prize. North Irad 15 high card points, sufficient Lo make a slam try over a one no Irump cpening. With a bal- anced hand, he had Lhe in- gredients lor a quantitative raise beyond game to four no trump. Holding a four card major, however, he attempt- ed lo probe for a suit con- tract first by bidding IWD clubs. V.'hcn South showed his spade suit, North's rebidi CM three diamonds became 3 slam try, if it had been his desire merely to rcacti game, he could have pro- ceeded without further ado four spades. South bid three hcarti showing his second major nnd North's jump to four fpndcs now confirmed tha n'.ti.i n of three might >.'i.o r.iofiuaLf; inns- -'-i l.u hai olready forward move and scvtrrtl of his points consist- ed of queens and jaclu. Soulh's values were all lop drawer and he could hardly ta teitraineil from proceed- iiig In .MX spades. Observs liai if had tha liifli ol hearts or even the queen- jack, the slam would be a strong favorite lo make. West opened the three ot clubs which was covered in turn by the ten, jack, and The ace of spades was cashed, followed by a small apade to the queen. When East showed out, discarding a heart, prospects dimmed considerably for there was an apparent heart loser-as well as the lo mention locating the queen of diamonds. Declarer could p'.iy farce rounds of cluba to discard a diamond and then attempt to ruff out the queen, but this might not .succeed If one op- ponent held four diamonds to the there was stil] Uie mailer of Ihe heart king. Altho it was a distinct long shot, South finally resolved to guess the location of tha diamond honor, strip out tha hand and ultimately throw West in lo lead a heart. Tha closed hand was reentered with the king of diamonds and a small diamond was re- turned to Lhe ten. When this held, the first hurdle was surmounted. A spade to tha king left only the jack out- standing and another dia- mond brought forth the queen which was covered ty lhe ace. The ace and queen of ciuba stripped out lhat suil and Scuth discarded a heart aj uoth opponents followed. Tho long diamond was led. South threw another heart and West disposed of his remain- ing club, since he wis not anxious to obtain the lead. A Irump was led pultinj West in with the jack and; inasmuch as he was down to Uie king-deuce of hearts, ha returned his small card. South had lo gueis which honor to play- his opponent tor and be did not much to go on. He finally decided thai if Wcsl held jack of hearts, he might; have been less reluctant li> Irump lhe fourth diamond lo play the heart a triclc earlier. While this line of rca- somnB is hardly conclusive, it did Influence South to put up the queen of hc.irls from (lummy and thereby land nil only Um out IDada trick. provides in their home environ- j ment, Desert cactuses are adapted to make the very test of their scanty water supply, even though they do not know when to expect it. Most of their water comes from sudden sharp showers. Here and there animals also live where nature's most precious gift is a drink of water. Certain rodents manage lo get their supplies from seeds. Others stay near the stingy ponds and water holes, many suffer through long peri- ods of thirsty drought. All of them know Ibat cactuses con- the ground water lies but a few j sccrpt fc inches below and sometimes fCT7 fc trf j. sl_.. when the summer sun scorches natm_e her moisture misers with prickles to protect themselves from the surface, a little moisture condenses in a morning dew. None of these sources pro- vide very much water. The rain from desert s h o wers quiokly disappears as some dashes down the gullies ond the rest soaks into the sandy soil. The cactus plants are ready and wailing to soak it up fast with their roots spread j thirsty bandits. Questions asnea cnnrtic-n of Herald readers snould be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 755, Hunlington Beaciu, California 92G48. (Copyright Chi-onlrle Publishing Co. 1972) Sperm banks plan NEW YORK (CP) United r p States researchers say frozen storage of human sperm, in some cases for up to 10 years, may prove a useful "insurance" system for world population control through vascctomy. Dr. .1. K. Sherman, professor of anatomy at the University of Arkansas, says his research, in- volving 104 of the 400 recorded U.S. cases of live births using cnme from Dr. S. J. Behrman, professor of obste- trics and gynecology at the Uni- versity of Michigan, who urged wider use of semen banks. At least four U.S. cities now have them and 20 more are consider- ing establishment in the future. Although Behrman said "the primary purpose of human sperm banks is clearly and overwhelmingly for the treat- frozen semen, shows "the reten-: mcnt f infertility problems lion of fertilizing capacity of he said it can also be human semen samples stored for at least 10 years in my labo- ratory.' He told the first U.S. .seminar on artificial insemination and frozen-seme nstornge yesterday that 'my experience shows no increase in abnormalities in ei- ther fresh or frozen sperm." The suggestion that frozen storage of human sperm might assist in world population! he said. used for 'insurance' for vasec- tomizcd men. They could de- posit their sperm lor storage be- fore the vascctomy operation in which sperm-carrying tubes are cut. "Us development in the United States will facilitate its use in underdeveloped counlnes with massive over-population Warrior huffs and puffs but blowpipe won't Avork KOTA KINARAMI, Malaysia I lieaoh. blushed the color of his fAPi A red-splashed Munil i scarlet headdress, warrior, demonstrating for the j IX GOOD SPIRITS Crown his headhunting ances- it was part of lhe Queen's 10- lors' arts, huffed hugely into his blowpipe today. "It's probably full of said Prince Philip when nothing Ivappencd, the youth's cheeks billowing as the kapok wadding apparcnlly stuck. "Oh1 you are Prin- cess Anne admonished, tossing back her bead in laughter. The Queen, watching inlcntly after warning careful, dar- ling, ll's smiled hour Irip to the former British colony on Borneo. The Royal Family seemed in the best spir- il.s so far since their Southeast Asia-Indian Ocean lour began almost three weeks ago. In one sombre moment, Karl Montbatlen took his lhe Queen, along will) Philip and Princess Anne into a room In a lulllop villa where Lady Mount- ballen died Feb. Lady Mounlballen was visit The Miinit, uilh a ing a.s si'iW'rinloiHlenl-in-fhief ol tribal hrothers and n croud of hundreds shonling oni-ouragc- ment on Sabah's Tanjong Am Ihe St, .lohn'.s Ambulance Bri- gade nnd president of thii Save Ite Children Fund. Helen Sweetstory was born on a small farm on April It raining the iiiifht of 'IATER THAT SIMMER' THRIVNFMAIUIKE..ATALL, DARK STCANSEK CARiilEP HER BACKTOTHE THE LOVE SHE HAD BtEft SEEKING? TOO YEAR? LATER, IN mt, iHE WHAT KIND OF A I'M A TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan mil WHV PON'TCHA CARRY IT WITH YEK HAN1? BLONDIE-By Chic Young DAISYS A SMART LITTLE P30O'- WATCH r HOLD MV ARMS LIKE: A HOOP-NOW C2ME ARoiKo QMS AMD EK WHERE SUES SONS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker y OUT TrIAT, ARE YOU? WHEEE'S yOL'K FRIPEZ vwins you APPEAR IN PUBLIC >DJ 5AOULD tAMRtc, BZ OBVICL'S i C ME3 NEVER SEEM J D06 FI6I4T U'L ABNER-By Al Capp Bab JAAWNG A m WE BIS KETTLE DON'T OF SOMETHING I WASTE GOOD? VA THING HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne Si OF SAMP DO YOU THINK f OF COURSE THERE ARE WORE THAU TWENTY, BUT f AFTER I COUNT TO TWENTY, EVERYTHINS 15 MORE THAN TWEfJry 2-2? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal ;