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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurlday, January 23, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON FRIDAY. JAN. :6 birthday [May: come r.o completion, io you nave bi'oacer extr- -St be Tu- have exact ni'jcn given to i March 2 srea: cuy reace. "Dor.'. :s :or granted Olir ar.d iarru.y. f MKUS Vpri! -M-May :ol: Be receptive to new The broader view is beneficial.: than lake things for granted, shows you how your needs and ..CAPRICORN (Dec. Jan. best interests fit in with your When things go off world and can be filled LIBRA (Sepl. Tl Oct. 321: etui Adjustments of accounts, strik- ing of bargains on your earn- U'.em. ideas. GEMINI (Ma> 21 June 21 Prepare for changes of nund second thoughts. an alter- native course rejdy. You avoid sensitive topics. ..CANCER i June 21 July -2': ings and outlays are the Associates lend to be boisterous vored area for action, tneni be. Where a good SCORI'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. buying opportunity exists, take Detailed stories depend on immediate advantage oi ..LEO 'July Partnership, n1. a r r i a j ia- 13 for making e anybody's include forms cf competition are em- phasized t o d a y. Your ftir.da- g and tne mental beliefs come through er I'-.r; sur.lir.ht into strong and clear _ -.on "will let VIRGO i Aug. Sept. When things go off the track- find out what is wrong. Schedules are no problem un- j less you hold on too lightly. AQl'AKIl'S (Jnn. JO 'Feb. li'-: This is a day of demon-1 stration m w h i c h exhibit bcth virtues and faults in every j activity. Your work draws at-. error. Get a'.iay from casual tention. distraction, find time for reflec- PISCES iFeb. ID-March i tion on the past and what you ,ror'K u.njcjj emphasizes j can do creative talents, demonstrate: SAGITTARIUS iNov. "-Dec. vour Emotional inter-i 21 Because things seem to go suddenly turn out serious. I well, seek ways cf confirming j and contmirrig th? trend rather U9To. The Chicago Tribune1 i Ask Andv The digestion seres a :o- 5e. c: ie Me-: Er.cvc.oredia to Ther- esa ase 10. of Collirs- cale. for question- Uhv doc-n'i rhe siomach di- gest iiaelf? positive and uegatr-'e ions, j Hyci'rechlor.c acid :s in the stpmach wren mole- cules lose hydrogen The mucus layer contains ions of iCGiu.ii ar.d ionizes other sub- stances adding or removing electrons. Charged particle' o: this sort a'.iract cr repel each other. These ion reactions pcssiblv 1.-U5 qwstior. chemics! barriers by re- medical scientists corrosive .--ij. -v that try 10 pcs5 Lhrourh pouch :he rnucus io :he rr.es-.y flooded iiJces :r.E'L mea: ard retiree aL sons icLigr. f'CrecuS feed we canco: a pu-D Ii3 ".vslls are living ans-.'-er ;o why a cular Ye: s. stomach does cor. di- V. U itsej Bu: ve that daily cur-' vritr.c'Jt can be mg i '.self along vrX" iis allow Zfs strong juices to cor- asorizins ulcers its walls Tnis occurs Ir the yesr o- 3r. the muccsa! '.ayer be- groLD cf mecical unhealthy. The raisera- sei acou: firing the may be caused bv to conuEGruir, c-nce or poor diet, by certain for a2. So :hey emononni sh-xks or fled :he kr-OTn impossible They sends 510 Jul-.a ATJI covered a "6T of Niagara a Orisrio. for her ques- croiain the Bu; inite to the old Is meant bv a living tr.ev did They it ill tryine and hcpmg lha: gen'jir.e rossi! U the re- teams wii! heir to of an animal whc died the raany ages ago. Li many cases. The ia'Les: iheor-' was so Ions ego that his that the stomach protecL5 family has sbce be- self from a there able chemical barrier. It be no such 'hir.2 as e liv- already known th a glandu fossil. Eut there are times tiss-jes deep in :he the expression is useful. walls pour ;n hydrochloric exarncie. found is fir.e for puiverizina records oi fishes berous feeds. Bui this sive chemical can destroy rome rr.illion ing cells srri They them sine. Vet as far as we the only li-.lrs ceils fins of the inside a heal-Lhy stomach fixed cr.'o bacteria. since r.vr-e cf fw- ical is pepsmogsi. which fcurd b comes the pepsin thai i: ir.c' tmiah nrotems Tere Then a These f.ro powerful livJis were juices certsmly would up from the deeD At- the muscular stomach if ar.d recr.- e csl'ed "he had- no way to defend itself. a fossil. The the lates: theories are is its secret defenses are chemical barriers within the Bu: ;o is the family that survived to ir.oderr- mucus that lices the irjr.de walls of the stomach. This mu-cosal layer seems to be when everybody though; it was fossilized ages ago. vious to the strong asked by children juices. Tiny lead Herald readers should be through it into the stomach to Ask Andy. P.O. other factors shut off their Trjj. Huntington Beach, I: is thought that the Chronicle cal barrier may be Co. 1973) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN e 1173. CWute TnSmt East-West vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A 4 2 A 3 J 10: 1073 WEST E %ST A J AS Q s fl: T K J 9 5 0 Q 9 7 6 3 AQS54 AAKJ9 SOUTH A A K Q 10 9 1 "T 1 A R s t A s: The bidding: 5onth Pass 1 4 A Pan Pass Pass Opening lead: Five c.1 North passed dealer and East oper.ed the bidding with one diamond, Sculh gave up on any hope for slam overcalled di- rccMy with four spades. If partner short in dia- monds and had so.-ne mild fi! For spades, taking Ifl tricks -A-culd pro--c routine and by proceeding directly to game, South hoped lo in- hibit, the opposition from 'indinp a fit in another Wesi opened the five of J i a rr. o n d 5 the ten played from dummy and K.i.st followed wiih the three. It w.is HOL >.ife to lead a ieror.d thru viilh trumps ouLitandinR, so South orocccdcd lo cash hia chree high spaces. Wr.er. :r.2 ]2Cfc regained West T35 plvsn hi; trick. shifted to Ihe four of East cashed the king ar.d ace ar.d then led a third rour.d which Eoulh A heart was led to the ace "he jack of diamonds was led and covered by East's queen and deciarer's king. South was unable to gai- cc- cess to the dummy to take another finesse against the nine of diamonds, arxJ he ended up one trick short on the deal. EASL made a fir.e play in the first ro-jnd of e: had i: in hii COAEF t3 his co-tract acainst ar.y defence. he has :o GO is 13 the deuce o.r dia- mor.ds the of the ter.. If Eas: covers the virh the nire. S-iu'.r. ir.e the kir.r. Tramps are dra'j-n in four rounds the ace of hearts reentry ;o the riunimy ;o rc-roat ri a rn o r. d Halt's queen. IF put-i ;n Lhe of diamonds at one per- mit i i n c S i u t h TA' i p. -A i; h Iho r-jtcomc h.-; [re sanif. The kry to v.rt.jry for South i' to t.nkn ir.c fir.f-'C Iho r.ino of n.illy. T'r.c Car, :ic picked up jus i as convemcnL- Iv I-iifir in the play. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Sudden baby death1 not a rare problem Dear Dr. Lamb Thank you :o: your response lo Us sudden imsr.: death' f crib desth' ques- tion in vour column. I- i5 obvi- ou; thai you are aware of the sresi need of parents co have assurance :hat thty are in no wav for the decih of their 'child. Would i't be for you to refer any fu- ture farrJJy to the Foundation? We have foir.d it a greet help for the bereaved faraiiy to be ab'e io comniur.'.caie with who has exper- ience: ---e tragedy. Since this trszecy strikes lees: 10. COO batfes a year in the United Ssres, are a great ma.-y 115. Dear Reader I am to fcsoiv that your orgar.izaUoon. The Nadccil Fourdaticn for Succer. tifart Death, Icn. '203 N. Wabash Avenue. Chicsso. EM in New York. 1501 B roach's v, Ne- York. N.Y. is he> L-g boreaved families wiih this After iro co'usm on crib deaths I received 3 great csal o: aii as "'ou -sro-jid suess c-ecause o: the ;recue-cy cf this prob'.ezi. Your organization is prrvidirg a grej'. service in ed- vCitirs reople about naiure this disease, the tre: you provide to people is on tar- get. As you kr.O'J'. the cause e: crib deaths is r.ot kr.O'ATi al- tl-ourh there are several theor- trc basi: facts cited in one cf your should be useful to people oui that these deaths are net by rjiiocaiion. aspira- t.cr. cr that the is ard it think that :-his 15 caused by modem problems cf pollution, supply and the Like, and I pleased :o note that one o: your booklets points our that this disorder is as old as ihe Old Termer.! and was at least as frcaiieni in. the 13th century 5- it is no'.v, bo.ore had 1 ai peopl Ottawa, provinces dhided ou health services costs CALGARY 'CP Oiiavra sr.d the aro-.-iwes remam plv on Heal'h ser- rices s'r.ould be fi.-ar.ced. says p.-o-.ir.tial Treasursr Gordon of Alberta. TT.e provincial fiiymce min- isters gec-eraHy agreed at ineei- inss last Tees wiih federal of- ficials they '--aEU out of tradi- prograir.5 be- cause the old system restricts aLtnTiorr-y. he said ir. an 'Tr.e fectrd proposal ties ErEnis to of health cars costs, with Ottawa deter- reasonable cost in- creases should be. Otir proposal ties the of the graitts to in inconte lai reven- ce with us deciding what we should spend aixl how." Today in Mr. Miniely said the com- promise offered by federal government set a lintit en the percetage increase prov- OD the percentage L-.crease prov- ''They're asking us to con- trol health-care cost? and keep them to a level which they deem appropriate. to taie respon- sibility of controlling costs. But since under the corstirocor, we're respcnsible :cr ser-ices. K to decide what has to be spsr.t and or. The provinces -.vould gat a share cf the total money col- iected bv the federal govern- ment through irccnte he said. the shire bssed on popukttor. and not the tctai m- corr.e tax paid by each. "The tone at the end of the meetir.i vcas that the pro1.'- ir.crrs hao reached a and th2t it is row i.ncurr.bert on the federal government to con- sider our suggestions seri- ously." history Cy THE CANADIAN PRESS ".Ian. M. IK; The