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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS tHI LITHIRIDGI HIRAID Thunfay, J.nmry 13, lf7J YOUR By JEANE FRIDAY, JAN. to be blunt, the later (Sept a Oct. Your birthday today: militant in think of something rues at you con- er personal judgment, the ability to abstain from action on occasion, make up a part of your development this year. The accent Is not so much on what you do, but how you do it, and how diligently you seek to fulfill sensible plans. Today's natives (March 21 April Try the whirl of social encounter, not to leave what you have, but to add to your personal community of interests. TAURUS (April 20 May Encouraging news is Indicated, may inspire you to a rather good wrapup of the day's (May 11 Jaae Travel, read or mertly symbolic, Is on your mind. Do what you can about it. An associate has a streak of hick you'll en-Joy hearing about. CANCER (June 21 July A bold front serves your needs best for the moment. Move decisively where you're sure your resourota and what you can do with them. Everything happens at once. Be willing to put tUngi tofeUwr in t hurry. SCORPIO (Oct. 13 Ntv. General success Is relative, and most of what you attempt now is promised above-average effectiveness. you're doing. Join (Ntv. 22-Dec. for a stimulating Friendly assistance, some perhaps a mild practi- (July 23 Aug. Joke seem likely. Gather responsibility is apt about you. your way perhaps work while others rest. (Dee. 22 Jan. Improvised arrangements M your long range displace long studied, Story of better than cheerful, competent schedules. AQUARIUS 21 Feb. Andy sends a complete 20-volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Rick Moul-ton, age 7, of Montgomery, Alatwma, for his (Aug. 23 Sept. You're welcome somewhere for subtle, unusual reasons. Maintain your poise; listen to find out the You hear so many sides of so many stories it's hard to remember -where you started, and thus easy to hold your own opinion. in a while, a lucky spore lands on just the right spot. What makes bread go be moist ifllriy wwro -and there must be plenty This moldy story is right food. Molds need the foods that other plane! LAWRENCE E. LAMB, plants. The grubby patch themselves. Green plants mold on the bread is really stuff their most growing garden. The tiny food into their are not very much like as we know, is mf sure lions or daffodils. Molds do from wheat seeds. V XSm v have real roots, or flowers why molds like leafy greenery. Instead of seeds, they have dusty we leave a slice of bread on the kitchen for spores. The spore that starts cannot see the flay patch of mold is too small drifting around in our eyes to see. This is But sooner or later one Dr. Lamb The one to prevent senility and the moldy patch seems to lands on Qw bread. number of older strokes. from down into the suffering senility is with even high where things are there nothing yet blood pressure should warm. Then it pokes relieve the blood vessels their best to decrease any They help to make the moist roil richer for all the little fingers and begins to soak up nourishment. Soon brain or whatever is the chief cause of this fat they might have, and stay as lean at possible. If plants. But a few molds get indoors and spoil our food. All the hundreds of different molds are miniature cousins of a topping and we see a mokry patch of grubby greys and greens. The moldy bread is ruined and we must put it have an aunt, three cousins, and a sister who completely lost all mentality long before they died. Now, at 68, blood pressure is actually elevated and cannot be lowered by adequate weight reduction, then it migbt be well to take mushrooms. Other plants the the to lower it. green chlorophyll to make theii own food. But molds and we let it stay there in the kitchen, the mold plant Reader It certainly is depressing. A certain Dear Dr. Lamb What in rooms are fungus plants. They cannot make their own food because they have no chlorophyll. This is why they need special diets such as a nice slice of our bread. A grubby patch of mold is to multiply. In a day or so, K grows a new flock of tiny spores. Off they go, sealing around in the air. Some of them will land on other food. But we cannot see them until they start growing their moldy of these problems are caused by changes in the arteries to the brain. Some are the result of little Etnket. Then u some evidence now that people who have high levels of blood pressure are more likely terms Is "chronic Is there any effective treatment for it? And, if not, is there any danger of further complications arising out of its prolongation? Dear Reader Chronic growing mold plant. When this problem. Other long-term, as opposed gets ready to multiply, it grows a whole army of tiny mold spores are drifting around in the air all develop aeoiltty because of basic changes in bow the acute which means short-term or sudden. Itls means in- These dusty midgets are Most of them are function. We still Chole is from a small for our eyes to see. They float around in the air and but we cannot keep them out of the house. They get much about that yet or at least not enough to work for bile. Cyst refers to a bladder. This chronic never know when they cleanest kitchens. or to treat it is long-term in- into the kitchen. The we bring trem in is also tome of the gall (bile) are supposed to settle down groceries. This is no drinking start multiplying into worry. Most mold spores of alcohol tads to serious it is depends on mold plants. But they can no harm because our changes in the brain individual case. It can only In certain used to them. But we minor symptoms of in- eat moldy bread and the best that can or it can cause pain not let moldy at present release stones into the bile anywhere indoors. Questions asked by cnDdioi of Herald readers should prevent this- is "good clean liviac" which means moderation or to cause even more trouble, which can Involve the liver and even the pancreas. The to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Hunttngton from alcohol, too much food, rich foods high in happens when a stone lodges in the common drain- and gytMisg duct from tht kver where LafMl Wei. Afternoon D.B.C. Jan. The program pancreas empties into the 1. Mrs. V. Mert In, MM. S. Redlern J. Mrs. W. L. Walan, Mrl. M. Co. prevent heart disease is intestine at tha same Grant; 3. Mrs. H. Pass, Mrs. P. Depending upon the health of Hamilton Wed. Evonlnf D.S.C. Jan. 1 N.S. l-J-3 Tnree way lie (J. Bruhi, G. Sanlai F. McDonald, L. ON person involved and how severe the probieoi is, the gall- v. FuKuoi, B. CHARLES H. GOREN The king of iptdes may be removed. E.W. 1. D. E. Mlchaelll, W- 1. cashed, however when slelni 2. W. J. Ellerl, R. J. Thlelen; 3. A. Harris, Wayne vulnerable, South JlT ,Jl jeil, followed with the Jack, South Novke Came Jan. 5. 1. A. Potler, S. Dougherty; 2. and 3. (tied) Mr. and Mrs. w. paused to consider the litai-A K J ''ot- His opponent's Sniffer with Mrs. E. Ward, 1. ble preempt must be Thureo-ar NHht D.B.C. Jan. N.S. 1. J. C- Landeryou, M. H 7 f 4 1 o out Grant; 2. M. Barrow, P. McLean; holding. West was M. R. Mraiek, W. L. Waten. EW. G. Perry, Lei Santa; 7. J-Whimster, D. Cramlem 3. R. Mlron, D. EAST ly abort to spacto. If ha wu J A c 1 111 J 4 il10 lbort ta Friday NIOM D.B.C. Jan. 7. N.S. 1. M. Barrow, P. McLean; tteand (CP) A potential B. C. Evans, L. Smith; 3. 0. 4JUIT Declarer switchrt u to combat airplane hi- G. Santa. E.W. 1. K. Spackman, D. dub at. trick four ta has been developed by J S. Nllison, K. L-. 3. D. E. Mlchaells, w. Zumsleln. Unit Membership Aiim Jin. own and continued with OJ KHOW WHAT I'M 10 DO WITH IT. PONT VIM? f (VVrlEN PAST MlDNIe5rft rwm M' FOOD IS UL AINIR-By Al Copp ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne IT HASN'T EVEN LEARNEPTDTURM CORNERS yer HOWEVER. IT MUST BE A VERV VOUNe SUNBEAM I LOVE Mr1 SUNBEAM.' PAY FT COMES TO VISIT SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ;