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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, JULY Past plans are their work, ra- Your h i r t h d a y fit current to get a smoother Your will to explore, lies redevelop of life. new experience with different. (March 21-April pation makes the have the knack of your temper, there may somclhing about provocation you haven't seen yet. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. of accumulated chores are at hand for selection. (April 20-May 1 stubborn isn't helpful, TAB Retained is slicking for petty details and repeating past argu- Patience with loved cause is essential. GEMINI (May 21 June Stick with it despite differ- of opinion. Yesterday's is merely for your Dear Dr. Lamb I son is contemplating reference point, nothing to noticed that my body a watch to be worn fluid. The doctor prescribed also in scuba diving. (June 21-July water pill for me to use a lot of luminous good use of your my periods and this the walch. Is it safe lo to ask questions, con- tremendously, but now type of experts you may not started relaining fluid all Reader Ot course, the advice you get, but time, rather lhan jusl or the Federal Trade can apply it quickly. my period. H causes me lo would have had it (July 23-Aug. En- awful headaches and from the market. runs ahead of means, ness. I get very irritable dials are produced think what you are about short-tempered. I told my small amounts of the spending urge hits tor this and he told me I could be harmful to Influential people are fa- take the waler pills every making the dials disDosed. day and they wouldn't hurt exposed but (Aug. 23 Sept. I would like to know precautions are taken. are confining. causes (his condition and some reports years response to past in- could be done to correct it. I workers in watch proves mixed, per- on thyroid which I have to developed difficulties more than- is convenient. for Ihe resl of my life radium materials to busy. and I'd hate to lake these dials. I don't know (Sept. 23 Del. since I'm only 35 years single case of anyone politics takes atten- Dear Header There ever had radiation may lie complex. Even many reasoas for wearing a watch wilh you have strong opin- fluid. The premenstrual wait to see what comes known and, of course, is ed to the hormones. What ly happens is the body salts and the more salt S-. JV J' tj a m-t MM M body retains the more one accumulates. Olher M j for relaining fluid include tilings as heart disease Wr9 J disease and liver disease. I ther doubt you have any of these unless you have Milky symptoms wlu'ch you sends a complete set of the Merit Why don't you try cutting down on the amount of salt Encyclopedia to Cam Bragg, age 10, of Oak away that their brilliant use? The water pills actually work by causing the kidneys Virginia, for her question blend together in a hazy white fog. eliminate salt and thereby eliminate ihe excess water. Remember salt and water go together. The problem wilh water pills is they sometimes flush out other minerals. An many miles Is the Milky Way from end to end? Things up there in the sky can fool you and what you think you see is not always so. astronomers learned more about it and gradually pieced the whole thing together. And that long lino of shaggy white fog certainly fools the way lo cul down on your salt is to stop using salt in cooking nnd don't add any free salt. There will still be quite a bit of salt in your regular diet, since there is sodium, or sail, take our view of the Milky Way. It looks for all the world like a foggy white arch over the sky. Surely astronomers should be able to measure the long, looping line eye. We now know for sure that the Milky Way is an enormous wheel of at least 100 billion starry suns. From the earth we ge' an edgewise view across the crowded hub of the urally in meal, milk and, to lo end. Or so you Wheel and we see only lesser extent, in But actually, the of it at a lime. Even so this will make a b not shaped like a circle, of course, has no mendous difference in a loop at so there is no way to mea- salt intake. It's worth a try the wheeling Milky Way it may decrease your need end to end. But astrono- take Ihe water pills and thousands of years, have measured its dia- prove your over-all feeling. gazing ancestors which is a straight line cidentally, rice and fruit by the Milky side to side through the relatively devoid of salt believed their eyes They estimate this enor- you may find them helpful that it really is a distance to be about your line arcliing over lighl years. One light year, Dear Doctor I read an Then in 1609, the we know, is Ihe distance a ticle by a doctor warning Galileo trained of light travels in one ple of the radium used telescope on its and the speed of watch dials. He claimed For the first time, is miles per sec- the human body saw that the A light year equals about enough through these arch is really a host million-million earth mi es. that the dials were They are so crowded a figure six with a tail of zeros. From these figures we can the stupendous dis- GOREN ON across the Milkv Way in mere earth miles. We simply BY CHARLES H. GOREV lhal nis sids is not off Ihe sLx million-mil- ir s, T., first lwo lricks in miles of a light year by Both vulnerable. Wesl opened the jack light years across deals. hearts, and after Big Wheel. No space ship NORTH blc deliberation, South make the trip in A J 9 ed to play East for the because we cannot ims- r? A Q 5 So reasoning, he put up one caoable of reaching Q j id 9 ace of hearts from speed of light. But supoose .1, Q crossed over to the ace invented one lo travel at WEST EAST diamonds, and then million miles per hour. It 3 A K s 5 lered dummy with the ace be seven times slower V J 10 .1 S K 1 c to lead the queen light. But in years K 7 6 3 2 s 5 diamonds. East followed might be able to cross the AS! A j 3 c i with the eight and Way, traveling non-stop SOl'TII discarded his full speed. A A Q 10 7 fi heart. West was in with c 3 king of diamonds and earth is out toward the A back Ihe len of of Ihe Bip Wheel and we K 10 7 3 3 which Soulh ducked in a tilled view across it. Tlie bidding my and trumped in his hand I'nsi South West wilh the six of crowded hub is beyond our summer constellation Sagittar- i NT Pass A r.iss A club put North in with 4 A l XT Pass llic queen to lead llic nine of r, Pa5s ii 4 Pass spades for a finesse. East I'asc Pass followed wilh Ihe deuce. Opening li'.id: Jack of V1 South Ihe seven and hidden bv duskv cosmic c oucls. The distance from here to the center is estimated to be about 30.000 light years. In earlh miles, this is roughly 36 plus 16 zeros Soulh virtually catapulted [lie three. A small his side into Hie six spnita was led next and asucfl iiy cnlMion contract picsenlod today, covered East's five with Herald readers should be lint once, there, he delivered ten. on which West to Ask Andy, P.O. an unerring performance ns cci a y'55, Hunlington Beach, Ihe declaicr to justify his A club was ruffed wilh 92618. aggressive course during the jack of spades as East Chronicle auclion. lowed suit and tho North Co. 11112) Norlh opened Ihe liiildinc no more Irumps to with one no Inimp and Smith the finesse against jumped to three spades, king, South was in full holding 16 points In high charge of the situation. hijacked cards and distribution. When led the established Jack (CP) Two this response wns raised to diamonds on which East nnd 'four Iiy p.-'.tncr, a slnm try "je both discarded cftibs. hooded bandits hijacked n transport truck carrying is definitely in order. Mow- ,'cn of diamonds lhan worth of ever, hoMini; worthless East shedding his king here as it pulled lo a doubleton in hearts, n Hlack- hearts and declarer the nl n busy corner in the wood inquiry is not ndvisa- of clubs, his remaining north cud. The lwo ban- lilc. Wilh this type of holding in lliat tied up driver, blindfolded it is better lo tell than lo At trick 12 dummy nnd drove liim to n field ask. If Soulh bids either five j heart and East's suburban Rcpcnllgny, police clubs or riiv diamonds (to eight of spades was Iln managed lo free him- show the accl, it gives Norlh Icssly trapped under nnd cnll police from n the opportunity to cue hid er's ncc-quccn. The (arm-home. South cnn (Tarry on to six was West's king of PLANET spades wiUi the ussuumca is llic smallest, of the In our solar system. Friday, July 14, 1973 THE LFTHBIIIDGI HMAIB before declaring them. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Your welfare is important, not necessarily served by the most expensive program. Let intui- j tion bring guidance. It is a long day. SAG1TTA1UUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Put yourself in (he other fellow's place, sec both sides for special understanding you don't often get today's openings. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You are likely to encoun- ter resistance, some of it your own doing. How well you can adjust without criticism makes the difference. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. For you this day satis- fies your normal trend take all and any advice. Have fun without insisting that others commit themselves. PISCES (Feb. 19-March With emotional expressions on all sides your own feelings have to come out on top as well. Select your companions thoughtfully. (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) Jail term for youth in snap trap EDMONTON (CP) Rich- ard Douglas Cartier, 16, whose picture was taken by a home- made camera trap when he broke into a home last April, was sentenced to one year in iail and 18 months probation here. The youth, who had no pre- vious criminal convictions, pleaded guilty last month to breaking and entering the home of Arthur Recs. Mr. Rees had rigged a camera to a burg- lar alarm following a previous break-in. Judge W. J. Haddad said the gravity of the crime was com- pounded as the picture indi- cated Cartier was carrying a revolver. "I can only assume he was prepared to do harm or even kill anjone who chal- lenged liim." The judge added that while the pre-sentence report said the youth had had a difficult life "the incidents of breaking into homes has become altogether too frequent." Defence counsel Gem- Kilt told the court that although it was "disturbing" that Cartier was carrying a gun it was de- sirable that young first offend- ers be put on probation "from a rehabilitation point of view." Farmers stand to lose bundle REGINA CP) Prairie farm- ers may lose "a b u n d 1 e" through Britain's action in float- ing the pound sterling, Don Jaques, executive secretary ol the Palliser Wheat Growers As- sociation, said here. "Much worldwide trade is based on the pound sterling in- cluding many sales of Canadian grain, particularly to Mr. Jaques said in an interview. "We were not able to get in- formation from Ihe Canadian wheat board on the current situ- ation or whether or not they had hedged to protect themselves. "But at the present value of the pound based on the amount of sterling bills of exchange shown on the wheat board's 1971 annual report, it could have cost us around S10 million." Mr. Jaques said Ihe amount of sterling held by the wheat board now is not known "hut even though there is a chance the pound could rise in value it looks right now as if Prairie farmers may lose a bundle." In Winnipeg, a Wheat Board spokesman said there would he no comment on Ihe sterling sit- uation as il was a mallCT of the board's internal operations. The board's annual report for the crop year ended July 31, 1971 showed sterling payment owing but not yet due as worth about million in terms of Canadian funds. It is not known how much had been paid nl llic lime Bril- aln llic pound sterling June 23 or how much may have been added lo Ihe amount ow- ing since thai lime. II rcprescnls wheat sales to hina which is payable in ster- ling under a credit nrrflnge- mont calling for 25 per ccnl ensh at Umc of shipment nnd he remainder in M7 days from Ihe dnle of invoice, plus ac- crued interest. The pound wns quoted nt W.32% In Canadian funds be- fore it wns turned loose to floit OD work markets. I TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan HOW MANY MEMBERS PO YOU HAVE IN YOUR NgW TRIPE TO LOTSA LUCK? BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker THIS IS ONE OF THOSE DAYS WriEM SEEMS MEANINGLESS WHAT ABOUT 1 EVEN (501F 111 ABNER-By Al Capp BUT THEN SHE SAVED OOfO PROVES AHDIDMTLEADVO'TO BUTTERFLY ISLAND THIS ISW-WOLF ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I INOJUPE3 KlNSTAL- I THE JUGARCH1E. J IATION CUSTOM-MADE f AND A PICTURED CROW'.' 'CAUSE WITH OUR MAN...rV OKAYJ .PUT'ER. WHAT CROWS LOOK LIKE HI AND LOIS-By Dik IM PROUD OF >OUR SISTER, TRIXIE-SHE'S VERY BRAVE TO RIDE A BIS HORSE UkETHAT' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Ntal AVMDTHER-IN-1-WFEI.L', THSXBH A HOLE IN THE ICEANDPROWNED. WAS EATEN BVA HOWM PAGr OF UO.VES. I AWFUL.' BUGS BUNNY PESIST IN PEFAMATION, I AM GAINFULLY EMPLOYEP... MONEY: 3S1 I HAVE BEEN! 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