Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, January 22, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGE HEMID 1J YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, JAN. 23 Your birthday today: To move from geneal conformity to intellectual independence is your goal of Ihe year. Re- lationships run to erratic up5 CANCER (June 21-July acquaintance, ask favors pend on veil you serve the. Listen carefully lo what others after lunch. Everybody has a i general public confirm say. but hold your position; bright idea for rich ar.d encourage the welfare of against the demands of young-', quick. others er. less organized companions, i CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. PISCES (Feb. ]9-.March LEO (July 23 aug. Just a little contribution i It may seem to you that any- and downs. Today's natives i three week period beginning to-1 from you can help put your thing you do is risky bu'. go possess strong individual day is a subtle low tide in your i neighborhood into a path toward ahead, weighing your chances yearly cycle. Take time to clar-! real progress, improvement, ify your goals. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your best interests long run de- IF I COJLD FLOiESS, WOULf TOJ JOTT? traits, are fond o[ moving about. ARIES (.March 2-April The fine art of letting well Romantic and dramatic con- enough alone in romance and cems come naturally to favor, other personal affairs is at a progress, success today. Imag- premium today. ination shows you better ways. TAURUS (April 20-May LIBRA (Sept. 23 Ocl. In dealing with people of autn- You are at the start of a favor- ority. the goals are all future, able three day period in which rather than the present mo-, everything you apply yourself men. Inspiration shows you to premises some dividend, better ways. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23 Nov. GEMINI (May 2I-June Vour friends are helpful by Be willing to make the extra making so much talk that the effort lo put over really worth- truth you are seeking can be while projects. Financial ar- assembled from many sources, rangemects settle to a steadier SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. level. Make all the rounds to re- and resources, do the best you (1973, The Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE: E. LAMB, M. D. Concussion means violent shock TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan WERE ARE Ask Andy The eaddisfly sends a complete 20- volurae set of the Merit Siu- denls Encyclopedia to The and durability of the structure varies. One spe- cies build a portable home with gritty fragment woven imo the silken thread. It 15 a Dear Dr. Lamb tores around the brain or in the j BLONDlE-By Chie Youns comment on how a person can brain itself. These are often receive a brain concussion, i treated only symptomEtically, what the. symptoms are. and relieving such problems as as- s.-hat the treatment should be. saciated headache, and nature I I suffered much confusion, dlz-' usually dec; the rest. zy spells, and geireral illness i kind o; treatment var- frr several months after a se-: jes from simple, symptomatic vere fall which stunned me mo-1 trectment to major surgery de- mrntarily. pending on how much, if any, Dear Reader You've done j damage has occurred. The a pretty good job of describing syir.p'.oms vary from roomen- some of the symptoms your-; 195.5 of ccnscio'iscess to A concussion literally those which are severe ard dis- means a violent jar or in most instances of and if you're talking about a minor concussion vrithoui sig- --L concussion PI Ihs brain, ii rircai1! dsjnass cuch as Knox, age 12. of Sioux City, hojow tube o: protective armor, j z JEr shock frcr, hemorrhage Iowa, for his question; .Scmeuine, larva stufis his to brail! obviously, you can irom up leaves and i Does a caddisfiy build itself a wormv tail inside it and some- hDme? timeshe caiTies 'he whole In its youthful larva stage, the caddisfly does indeed build it- s self a home. The average adult insect somewhat resembles a brown moth with extra tons. skinny antenna and thin wings that can be folded to her sides, She is rated as an aquatic in- from bemorriiage or skull fracture get one from any type of biow laceration of the brain, the i to the head, or m some in- individual -ecovers with no evi- on has bacs. AaoWer llsnceS; if fce head were jerk-; der.ce of the past injury, violently. Perhaps the most} narrow end of the structure is sealed with a fine silken net, pupa stages of life'are spent in "Weil allows flowing water to uash dissolved oxyeen over the gilis. One group of caddisfly larvae dees no: buiM sr.ells or port- able homes. Most of them use tr.eir silk to weave nets to trap weaves them into a tube-shap-' micent "svrnptom is loss ed husk. One species uses jjonsaousress. at least being grains of sand (o construct a at the ,he in1 lancy spiral-shaped abode that Diz2y resemtves a snail shell. of BEETLE BAILET-By Mort Walker sect because her egg. larva ux water. CXir o: so native caddisfly species build their re- markable persona! homes in ponds and streams. really The caddisfly larva seems to be constructed from the fror.i part of an an; and the long Most of the r depend on what kind of injury results- from the blow, ar.d where it's located. The brain is very well inside the skull and can withstand very severe blows without hsvir.g r.y permanent damage. Nev- iny Equatic creatures and eriheies5. tearir.g or "shearing r5el5 Here's a for any of you who may have overly teeth. A science re- lease that over 90 per ccr.t of U.S. dentists recom- mcrd that patients can often treat themselves for this prob- lem. When the teeth beajrr.e overiy ssr.sitive to hot and coin c- swee; drinks or other pro- cedures, ircludi'-'.c tooth brush- irg. they can be desecsitiied to make life a deal more comfortable. A'l you have to do IT so X WniTS- r- iLM'i-5 xiK ......T v.i-r- A C.J 1UL" '.iiLllt. i ,U UU on wmcn around the brain. ;5 Teur a pro. U1 ABNER-By Ay Capp wormy part o; a caterpillar. ir.sects feed. One species Deluding rupture of a Wood The caterpillar section is eov ered vrith feathery litile threads that acg as gills to e.-ctract dis- is spread solved from the water. However, thre remarkable body is rarely for interest- ed humans to observe. For the caddisflv larva is a spinner o; su-irs die ,ower levei near the duc; con- can cause a varieiy of ch'oride Tne a stream. Tr.e stlien If a blood vessel or deseasiti'es between t w o and like 2 spider the hemorrhage that except that is is not i it cm cause is _ ruptured. jn a report in the j results of Penodonteiogy. Dr. uncon- Him- Skanuk of Montreal. a fun-; shapea V..J-, w-.cer j anri properly. K a hem- no. te with the silken thread. In most species, end placed facing upstream, a crrhace occurs, to a sometimes this is used to construct some reauces the i tiow to the bead, sunierv usual- stirt of rro'ertive sheii. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS .Tan. 22. 1973 Queen Vicioris ?J years ago after reipiij ;or H years than ar.y previous British Her hus- baixi Prince Albert had died 40 years earlier. She was succeeded bv Edward Chinese Nation- alists surrer-frod Peking to the Comm-jnsts. troops lauded in Guinea and in the Solomon If'.ancs dar- ing the World War. 1S24 RarrjVi.v became prirr.e o; Bniair. Rics's first consiiluuoi: was ctcreed. Eacor. was bom. repairmg referred to in discussion of fall-: has (o be performed, remov- Yr.s sfontium in the tooth-' the blood clot that's de- resembles calcium in its tte behavior. I: helps to toughen: and remirjeraiize the skeleton.' It makes the teeth hard and smooth. If you have this prob- lem, you may want to try ii. need (o forace for food. The flowing water washes a variety ica of edible items right into the and pantry. In all species the bleeding area larvae may live several months b, ,o before graduaung to the pupa (h h d stage. Those that build portable homes sper.d their sleeping j pupa ?eriod uiside their protec- rive (he remodel-1 ins job of metamorphosis is Out. Dr., chief starisician of Canada, b to Lse surface There the p'uiia H. Brasher, a local sur- o: his cases crack apan ana the adult flv inlo their em-irorrr-en; '-S some quesuons were was fined SlaO The aduiss bv nisht and or -iail h-re- TW BOX WES! A-HURTLIN'DCWM BOTTOMLESS CASTVOSO DOES vr; A.-J DO NOT.'.' v.Avr L'5 J AH GOT TD WHAT f IT? .____J S AH KIM ARCHIE-By Bob Montana Census objector fined t refused to fill out the cer-sus form in 1971 claim- He received tvx-o letters from Statues Car.ada bui refused to complete the form, staung: "You hsvti already w-asied a lot of my time and I fee! that aoy survive oa'y long enouch lo He nas convicled of vriihhoM- funher recues'.sj'or information prepare next gen- ir.g informsdon by refusing lo are imperjr.snt. eraiion. .i'ter matins, ihe" fe- the census report. male lays 1.000 or so small Dr. Brasher said lie had aa- pa.'e eggs at Ihe edge of a s-.vcred man.v of the questions stream" "or Some species en the form in two prenous in- fiy low ar.d drop their eggs, terviews with officials of the Canadian Labor Force Survey during April. "The questions 0.1 religion were impertir.ent and the ques- tions on income could be an- severed by the tax people without the risk that the ur-sealed answer form could be scrutinized by the taker." he scid. He said he filled ra the first ripped it off v.rore LT the name of W. E. Duiiett. the ir.io the water. The w-injri pcrenis die after a few days, iesiinc the future of iheir spe- cies io their aquatic offspring. Qneslions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed 10 Ask P.O. Box 765. Huntingion Beach, California P26JS-. Chronicle Publishing Co. 3973) Wliite Mom can keep CM, IN, I IS YOL'R BETTY.' I TV WAS JUST BROKEN RE ADI MS A BOOK.' HI AND LOIS-Bl Dik PHILADELPHIA f. derived of cf solelv GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES H. GOREN ITTJ, V BRIDGE QVE 0. As South, vulnerable, you hold: ITA109S5 CUSS The bidding has proceeded: North East Souti Pass 1 Pas' do you bid now? 0. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: Tie bidding proceeded: North EaH South Vrsi Pits Fats 1 0 Pass I Pass What do you bid now? Q. Xeilhe- vulnerable, as South you hold: 49J5S: ,'liU: AA08 The bidding has proceeded: Writ North East South 1 Pan 2 0 Pasi PHI PISJ What do you bid now? H. Pnrlncr opens with One heart and rou hold: 4QU32 OK9S Wiat is your response? As South, you bold: -TAJ 07 J The bidding has proceeded: South West North East J A Pus 1 0 Past What do you hid now? Q. Both vulnerable, ss South you hold: 4KJC CAKQJC3 The bidding has proceeded: Soulh West North East C? Pass 2 VT 3 o What do you bid now? Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: 4KOJ2 TA C83: The bidding has proceeded: Soulh North East 1 Pass 1 C- Fast 4 Fan 3 A Fas! What do you bid now? Q. Both vulnerable, and as South you hold: The bidding has North East Soulh 14 2 C1 f What do you bid? Bare-breasted male dancer tests Inn- SEATTLE (API A tavern oar.cT here has put a bare- cltested male dancer on stage ir. an effort to prove that a law against tonless female dancers is a form ot sex dis- Prank rolacurioo ftafevi his male dancer here after Su- perior Court Judce James Pore refused to issue an in- junction to stop po'ice from enforcing the no-topless ordi- nance. "The ordinar.ee is silly." s.iid Colamrcio. ornifr of Iho which prior to Judge Dore's decision was one of Seal lie's topless po.TO spois. "They let males do it. Why can't .Mler nil. the people of our slaU1 to civ'e oqual ri.chl.s lo every- body." He noted tli.it the Kinq County orclinwce spc-eifieally states tliat cabaret owners cannot allow "female employ- ees" to bare Uwir she marries a black The state's hip. count here sicns which derived a Mor.t- gomery Covj.ty woman of her three cluldren because of her suhsequen: in'erracial mar- "Socio'.egie-l estab- lished that children raised in home consisiinc of a i.ither and i moihor who are of diferer.t races do no: suffer fror.i this circumstance." .lustice Michael E.icen said. The case involt'ed Mrs. Bc- nita G. Lucas of Willow Grove and her three chilr'.ren, aced 9. 8 and 6. In 1970. Mrs. Lucas and her former husband. B. Kroischer, were divorced. She retained cusuxly of ;he chil- dren. She laler numed Ivroy S. Lucas, a Wa.-k. In .lime. 1P70, Kreischer took the children for ,t iveek's visit Io his home in Columbia Comity, then refused to return '.hem. Mrs. I.ue.is filed suit in eminly cour: there for reiura of tlie vouricstors. SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol BUGS BUNNY I nrsv ror.TS Canada's is nmjor ports han- dle more than million tons of c.irpo a year.