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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jmvvy 12, THI1ITHMIDOI HH4LO _ 37 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, JAN. Leave associates to don't neglect AQUARIUS (Jan. M Fe TMT birthday today: Mounting responsibilities in the coming year force personal evolution, growth. Education comes from experience more strongly than from any formal schooling. much of the routine as COD veniently possible. CANCER (June 21 July 22 Look about you, see what being neglected or Where you have leisure, use co-operation you wi need soon. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Enterprise Is the key word Thrust our programs ahead vif orously In work hours, relaj completely when you stop The choice between pt sonal and business life com io crisis on some wxipecl point which might easily ha been attended earlier. i PISCES (Feb. 11 March M r Explore, experiment with i natives are given to speculative forethought, often (July 23 Aug. 22 Your creative talents day. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 opportunity but wJcc 8 IDC conservative line at work; co practical ideas or mystical interests, seldom publicly ex-; Express yourself wtae you get full credit, save th rest for later Organize your daily livint to keep different projects sepa rate, solidate or 'reduce your involv ment or commitment. (1872: By The Chicago Trlbun (Aug. 23 Sept. ARIES (March Zl Apr' unexpected is normal Distant favors aren't yet, but will eventually day s travels. plen of space and time for themselves felt. Do the mum for the day s work j seek or give a good lively party tliif (Sept. 23' Oct. 22 Something of a freakish TAURUS (April ZO May Check rates, prices. pcrvadss the osy, EVCT defy probability, or perhaps people exceed what you of ations, discounts, and the Ilk? are do. SCORPIO (Oct 23 Nov. sends a complete GEMINI (Mav 21 June splendid idea promptly set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Debby The more difficult the pays well. While age 13, of crust. Some of the sins the more needful to speak your career be for her samples are frozen chua docs all the sand com assorted fragments. Mai granites are mixtures of vi LA WRENCH E. LAMB, has estimated the total tonnage of sand on m i n e r a 1 crystals, som what like the interesting iterr beaches and a fruity Christmas cake. oh. enormous amount of rule, a great many granulf Hands fall material occupies whole chapter in silica are embedded in the. rocks. The minerals of first fierce chapter begs during the crust were formed b a complexity of natural forces working patiently through underground, in the row of some ancient volcano. He and pressure created a dee time. The story behind of magma a mo Dear Dr. Lamb I woulc surely appreciate an answer to this question. When I sleep and have my arms in another position except straight down by my sides, my hands go to sleep. First it was only one hand and now both are involved. Just as soon as I put them straight after I awake, they are fine. As far as I know my heart is O.K. Dew Reader The most common cause of this problem is mechanical blocking of the arteries that provide the flow of blood to the arms. A muscle in the neck can be drawn taut across the artery when come out of the spine anrison. They gathered In sand 3iles and at last the force c would compress the artery to their arms and bands this way. In a few cases the muscles of the thumb area would waste from the the diagnosis of append: citis. In a similar fashion, the liver and gallbladder are on the left side and the spleen on (CP) Robert Clark, former education minis ter, says he fears the qualit of education research in could shift them fron )lace to place. The liberated sand startec Another cause of numbness Is pressure on the nerves to the arms. This may occur if a person has arthritic changes in the spine of such a nature that in some positions too much pressure is placed on the side. Some people with the heart on the right side have other variations associated with nature having departed from the usual pattern of development, causing important defects o the will suffer when the Hu man Res o u r c e s Reseorc council disappears. The Social Credit MLA for )lds Didsbury was comment ing on a government announcement which said the counci will be phased out by It tobogganed dowi the slopes, blew around the des erts and swept down to the sw with the rivers. On the beache t joined other sands that hac ormed as pounding waves erod ed grains of silica from rode at the water's edge. Some o because the needs sands were bom yesterday GOREN ON citizens and handicapped children have are durable old timers Questions asked br coHdicn BY CHARLES H. GOREN have been espected to Herald readers should be itn: if m cikm Triton clubs directly. It Hunley, minister to Ask Andy, P.O. Neither vulnerable. North that South'i minor suit portfolio, said earlier v65, Huntington Beaca, Irols were the key in future will 92648. NORTH he carried on to tix 4 K required research pro-eels under the specific Chronicle West opened Die eight of individual cabinet Co, 1972) 0 K Q S 1 spades and East 4 Kill dummy'i king with Uw see WEST EAST wllh Clark said the council tould be restructured to writing "more responsive" to with the leven of clubi. Smith came to 11-tive policy needs. There now is a great danger of Al-lerta losing a valuable, cAimr three diamonds, two research o ID peared that he roigiit looks as though they've government) thrown out to take a heart finesse for a I2th if the diamonds did resources development oncept Mr. (CP) _ A prisoner's writing ability helped The bidding: divide in an him the increased sen- Eatt Swtk West .v. "I" council was set up he requested and the op- uireo pulls or Kfidinff Ihc IV it Pass Wng tni then onjrtrtinfc 0 rail 4 V Pass ,m On ,8st dum-5 Pasi 1 Past my discarded a heart and Pass Pass East a spade Since the former Social Credit gov-rnment as an integral part of human resources development program launched by to attend the Uci-ersity of Alberta. The Alberta Appeal Court up-leld a sentence of two years Opening lead: Eight ol Ur presumably held at feast An accurate sequence of seven spades for his preempt bids aided by a key infer- and had followed to two ence by SouUi landed his clubs, he could not premier E. C. a day given to Gerald Scott of Calgary after he re-uested that he remain at Fort Saskatchewan Correctional In- Bide in an excellent sin club many hearts and diamonds, contract in today's hand. South observed that by run-North opened the bidding ning down the trumps, he one heart and East could force West to reveal preempted by Jumping lo the lay In hearts, three spades. Altho his in- Diamonds were tested first lentiOB was to throw a by leading over lo the queen monkey wrench into the pro- and king and then returning ceedings, his action ultimate- to the ace. On the third ly alerted the opposition to round, East discarded anolh-the excellent fit of their com- tr spade. South proceeded la blned holdings. his hist two trumps. South freely bid four clubs West was able lo discard a and North observed that a spade safely but on the last ilam was In the offing pro- club he was obliged U> part vlded that his partner had with a heart, In order lo rc-good clubs and the ace of lain the Jack ol diamonds, diamonds. In order to lay the North gave up the eight ol groundwork for an Investl- hearts first and then dis-gatlon, North postponed of- posed of the five of diamonds fcrlng an Immediate raise in since It wan no longer Calgary CALGARY (CP) A persis-cnt influenza virus continues o plague the city, says Dr. LAUGH, HAS REMOVED THE. SPACE AMMO.'.' CREEP- AWR1GHT-BUT THIS HAIN'T GONMAtAAKE. ME VERY POPOOLAK'! MCHIE-By Bob Montana S CAK. I WHV IS THE ONLY VWAS IT SARDINE CAN THAT GOT KICKED OUT.' I HITA SKUNK, ON-rHEWWTHEKM THE PEOPLE WEREONCKB WE ALMOST LIKE. SAW THE YOVIE SARDINES! ATTHEDWVEHN LAST NIOHT.' 41 AND LOIS-By Oik DOfTTFORgETTO DO UNDB? XXJR ARMS VOW TOES. AND CLEAN THE TUB AFTER T FINISHED MVBATri. IN THE rva HORT KIBS-Br Frank O'Neal UCS BUNNY YfiS, OLVNOR...I HAVE SfVIJtM. Bll> FINANCIAL PEALS PENPIN6 ;