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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, July 1J, 1971 Your horoscope By Dixon FRIDAY, JULY 23 Your birthday Itiilay: The Sim enters at a.m. Eastern daylight time. Ideal- ism enters more strongly into your life, including a call lo contribute time and resources to help lead your community toward deeper spiritual ex- periences. Today's natives know much of llic world's inner workings by intuition, may picsent a brusque sur- face lo avoid casual question- I oration opens the way for a dif- I ferent and higher order of shar- i ing. CANCER (June 21 July Early signs of faulty planning unrealistic expectations begin lo show up- Be sure those who work with you have all the cur- rent information needed. LEO (July Aug. Seek general support fof your career and favorite activities. You have come to a time when you can't quite put it over ing. alone and must broaden your ARIES (March 21 April scope lo make room for others II s improbable that you will and their needs, get what you want if you never' VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. ask for1 it. Today is the time to Everybody has a different put in your bid for whatever j story and, somehow, you have you really want. to have at least a general idea TAURUS (April 20 May i of what each one is like. Your Be active but stay away from hard decisions for a couple o! days longer. Tomorrow's in- cidents offer a new frame of reference for today's ideas. GEMINI (May 21 JIIOT. Bring friends and loved ones along as your life leaps wi'.h passing moments of adventure, transition, change. The celebra- tion of past and present co-op- own story gets lost for the time being; no matter it will come back, enriched. LIBHA (Sept. 23 Oct. Career effort and its probable returns should be so clearly evident that you can enjoy even the most difficult, grubbiest features of work while Waste no energy on anything you do not want immediately. Initiative and willingness to De- vise offer strong promise ol early results. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. Discipline yourself lo use every available minute to root out and settle all unfinished business, leftover routine chores. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. However well grounded your specialty, your opinion is no more accepted than any other for the moment. Seek to improve communication first, then present your credentials and claims. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. The wheels turn only when you push, but they do grind out what you want at the appropri- ate time. Be extremely selec- tive in all your contacts. PISCES 19-March An ebullient mood of cheer and expansion tempts you to prom- ise too much too soon in too many different directions. Think before talking. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) 6000 BRIEF. ANOTHER RAW VMMBISTHS PDRKIEsriOEATHK I'VE EVER SEEN! ifXI SnWDNT CRITICIZE TUB All PART OFTHEUORIPUEUVEIN.. CALLIN5 K PKOBA8L1, HELPING ANOTHER POINT. teWcANYl TUMBlEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN LAWRENCE E. LAMB. M. D. This diet causes malnutrition Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Julie Metz, age 12, of Merrillville, Indi- ana, for her question: What runs on atomic clock? One would expect an atomic ssteacl of ammonia. Its atoms can be adjusted to vibrate with even finer precision. The quartz cesium clock is accurate to one in 10 billion parts and mis- clock to be run by atoms. And piaces no more than one see- so it is. However, to perform jn Tear5. their duties, these tiny talent- j ed timekeepers need held from xhe first workable atomic the ingenious mind of man. The j was made bv American atom is invisibly small, yet sci- entists have figured out its structure, its built in ener- gies and how various forms of outside energy cause it to change. Then, certain of Ihese scientists at the National Bu- reau of Standards and com- pleted in 1949. At that time, this ammonia clock was in a class by itself. But the natural desire to make a reactions were computed in t good tlling belter jn precise equations and this data j the quartz cesium clock of used to build precise atomic i lnc ,960s Atomic clocks of this clocks. sort are used for global time signals and naturally much Nature supplied us with many too costly and complicated for clocks to mark the passage of j home use. Dear Ur. Lamb My cou- has been a fruitarian for nearly a year. All she eats is fruits and nuts, no vitamin j pills or supplements and no 1 medicine and she's not reli- gious. Her skin is breaking out, she has lost a lot of weight, hasn't much energy and sleeps a lo'.. She's in her 2ns. If she marries, will her children be normal? She eats no salt and drinks bottled water. Sue says germs can't hold onto any- thing in her body as she is get- ting to be mucus-free. She is following a book she read and I read it, too, and think the writer is a fanatic. He says that, with his diet, the menses will disappear. I think the whole woman will disappear. Dear Reader Your cou- sin's health is in serious dan- ger. So is the health of any- one else who follows such a ri- diculous diet. Fruits are fine foods, but only as part of the diet. The body requires a sig- nificant amount of protein in- take regularly that means meat, fish, poultry, or vege- tables high in protein, like beans, or cereals, milk (low- fat) and milk products like un- creamed cottage cheese and egg whites. There are a certain number of cells destroyed by the body time. In the great dome of the j million. In later models, ce- j Pach jay and they must be re- i., usjng proles as build- ing blocks. Such a diet as you describe is also deficient in iron, which a woman of that age needs badly, and calcium. No wonder she is tired all the i time and has lost weight. She j is suffering from malnutrition- 1 would doubt that her chil- sky, moving heavenly bodies sium was used with quartz in- point out the passing moments to step with the earth's daily j Questions aiMren rotation. This celestial clock! of Herald readers should be was used in prehistoric times. Through the centuries, inven- mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntingtun Beac'a, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) lors created clocks with pen- dulums, wheels and a multi-' tude of other devices lo mark the passage of time. But none of these can compare with the precise time keeping of our modern atomic clocks. j In a rough and ready fashion, this principle can be compared with sound waves created by a vibrating tuning fork. Atoms in certain sub- stances also can be made to vibrate with a precision tuning fork. Vibrations are frequen- cies that jog at so many cycles per second. In atomic clocks, particles of quartz with ammo- nia or cesium are set to vi- brate at precise numbers per billionth part of a second. These frequencies are in megacycles. The energy that runs an ato- mic clock is emitted by quartz crystal. When stimulated hy j Of S3.1 billion, some form of radiation, the I Estimates were made in con- quartz molecules in the deli- sultation with police and the Heroin bminesss booms in B.C. dren would be abnormal be- cause, if she persists in this diet, she may not be able to have any. I think she should see a reputable doctor as soon as possible. She is already in trouble. Dear Dr. Lamb Can you explain to me the effects on my two-month old baby's health if I have two candles burning day and night in my bedroom? I am thinking that the carbon monoxide from them may pollute the air. Dear Reader The biggest danger is the fire hazard. Car- bon monoxide is caused by incomplete combustion or burn- tog of fuels like occurs from gasoline engines. Ordinary burning of wood or the fire from your candle do not gen- crate carbon monoxide. The burning process converts fuel like wood, or wax in this case, to carbon dioxide and water. Too much carbon dioxide, too, can be dangerous but you would have to burn a lot of fuel and have an airtight room for that to become a problem. So, just avoid any possibility of a fire and you will be all right. Inci- dentally, just in case you are burning candles for religious reasons, I'd like to warn you that some religious trinkets are highly flammable THIS UR0AN SCENE! I 60 FORTH TO PRINK PEeP-0'THE HEAPY TOBGHT OF umTlY AN'SOUWElr PRTO GREAT GULPS O'KARIFIEP OZONEITO FEAST, MY ORM UPON THE PRISTINE VISTAS 0'NATURE! IVESONETD SHANGRI-LA! BLONDIE-By Chic Young j A HAPPENS TO BE WHERE I HUNG IT DAGWOOD, YOU FORSOT TO HANS UP YOUR TOWEL BEHTLE BAIlEY-By Mort Walktr HOW IT THAT WE SET AtONiS FINE AS ROOMMATES BUT WE CANTUVEON Lit ABNER-By Al Capp Rocky Mountain j life company loses money THAT DON'T SOUND SAFE FO'A COUPLE O'UMEXCORTED LADIES IT'LL POINT TO HUMOPUM VANCOUVER- (CP) The Province says heroin trafficking rates as one of British Colum-1 There are 35.2 ounces in a kil- bia's top 10 industries with an- j ogram and 400 to 600 capsules nual sales estimated at S160 mil- lion. The newspaper said street sales of the addictive drug rep- resent five per cent of the prov- ince's entire retail sales output CALGARY (CP) Rocky Mountain Life Insurance lost during the year ended Dec. 31, compared with a profit of a year earlier. Gross revenue was with a premium and annuity in come of compared with from premiums and annuities in 19G9. Board chairman James E. Wood blamed the loss on slug- to an ounce, depending on dilu-: gish economic conditions but i said the outlook was improving. much when it reaches the mar- ket in B.C- tion. cate lattice crystal vibrate and also emit a weak electric cur- provincial Narcotic Addiction Foundation, based on an esti-1 rent. The current is converted i mate of heroin addicts! to certain radio frequencies and monitored inside the com- plicated clock. made public last week by the j B.C. Medical Association. Of the addicts, about In the first models, energy 2.000 are known to be' "older- from the quartz crystal was di- generation" addicts, using be- rected into a small sealed tween five and eight capsules of Iwoin a day. Using the five-cap figure, these addicts consume about caps a day. The remaining "younger gen- eration'' addicts use between- chamber of ammonia gas. The ammonia molecule happens to be a pyramid with a triangle base of three hydrogen atoms and a nitrogen atom at the top. When the quartz beam is two and three caps a day each I set at megacycles, it Using the two-cap figure new i stimulates the nitrogen atom addicts probably need a total to jog adly, though precise- caps a dav. COST SI 5 A CAP The average street price for i ly, back and forth between the triangle of hydrogen atoms. The clock is filled with super- j onn c.lp jn Vancouver is fine equipment to receive these j This means that the 20000 fast, accurate vibrations. The Of h c r o i i, -a b ou t 2'.-'. data is used lo record the pas- j pounds needed every dtiy in is worlh about s'-MO.oob re- tail daily or Slfifl.6 million sn nually. Most of the heroin used in H.C. is called European while and comes mostly from the south of France, where opium grown in Turkey is made into morphine base and then heroin. A kilogram of heroin is worth up to at source, between and after being Europe and hr-- Iwccn five and 10 times Hint sage of lime, in split seconds with almost perfect accuracy. The ammonia clock is accurate to one part in 100 WARTS AN HERBAL REMEDY Unslihlly WARTS oh hands, fate. permanently removed within 3 to 5 weeks with DEIGHTON'S WART REMOVER. Not art acid. to hnitnv GREGORY CtARK AND THE SUMMER COTTAGE SEARCH Jus! in limo for o mld-Mjmmcr tnuqh nnolher ilory from Gregory Clark This time, Ccinocla'i master story-teller rft- counts what happened when he ond n friend wont looking lor o bargain in summer cottages. Enjoy the tole of Tho Cottage Ry The Rickety Store, In Your fclhbiidgo Horold Weekend Magazine NoriV A 6 Pass East Pass Pass Pass Past GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES IT. COBEN this point-could only sertS East We's'tTulnerTbtesSli lurther inflame his tast-west vulnerable, bouts bjd 0[ {ive vnnnt 'W8S a take cue bid te'Bned to throw the opponents off tha track at the opening gun. North retreated to his seven card suit by bidding six clubs and South carried on to slam in'spades, closing the auction. West was not to be taken in by South's fake bid in dia- monds, and he opened the queen of that suit. East signalled encouragement with the seven after South played dummy's ace. Prospects ap- peared to be virtually non-ex- istent for declarer. The open- ing lead had knocked out the side entry to North's club suit, so that the only legiti- mate way to run the cluba was to find the club king singly guarded in the West hand. This was a remotn possibility, hut declarer had no other recourse available. Sou'h proceeded to play top three spades to draw trump and then he led tha seven of tiubs. West followed with the six, the ten wa.t played from dummy, and East played the douce. The ace of clubs was cashed next and when West produced ths king, South was home. Three hearts and one diamond were discarded on the established clubs and declarer had all tricks. The score for a non-vulnerable slam is 910 points fI40 trick rcnre, plus 300 for the game and 500 for the Al thr other table. Wolff and .Incoby wore content to play a four spade contract (or the United States with tho North-South cards. Ten tricks were made for n .ccore of 4'JO points and the net swing lo the French on Ihc deal was points. O AS A Q It 11 J WEST EAST 496 .1 ID S VXC4? VQJ10 OQJ986 OK13S K6 SOUTH A AK743!