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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 24, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon Sl'XDAY, JULY 25 Your birthday today: Finds you entering into steadier spiritual growth, with an eas- ing of material phono in e n a as you progress. This prom- ises' to be one of the quietest, simplest years of your life, with some vivid memories that will go with you always. Today's natives often have a capacity for leadership based on an 'ability to see through complexities of social order, politics. .UtIKS (March 21 April Show up bright and early in your conunvnity's expression of faith. Never mind it some of your ideas are lifted and modi- fied there are more where those came from. TAURUS (April 20 May Follow the line of least resis- tance; just drift along and let other people supply the ideas and energies. Their moods tend to be abrasive under stress- seek privacy, detachment. GEMINI (May 21 June There seems no clear direction in which to go. Does it really matter that Sunday is exempt from organized urgency? Re- lax and be serene. CANCER (June 21 July Placidly, following well worn end customs give you lime and space for diges- tion of recent experience. Cater up with correspondence anc household accounts. LEO (July 23 Aug. Romance beckons from unlike- ly angles this Sunday and asit'3 from solitary pursuits there is little else that seems pressing to consider. Reflect on your circumstances, count your blessings. VIRGO (Aug. 2i; Sept. Curiosity persistently may make this one of the mosl interesting, lively Sundays oj recent times, with slight costs LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Free speech being what it is you have to speak at consider able length to get your point o view accepted. Details canno be slurred over, altho it is diffi cult to get into specifics with out risking the direction o your discourse. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Leave the past behind and gi forward vigorously into the fu ture with those who have defin ite goals in progress. Your community needs your help. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Surprise is the reward fo any effort at self improve ment. Competitive sports games according to your per sonal limits can be exciting reach technical, rare marks. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Forcing decisions, pushin. Delivers baby- in truck cub GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. (CP) District farmer John Wohlgemuth delivered his daughter in the cab of his half-ton truck en route to hospital this week. He said he was within seven miles of the Grande Prairie hospital when his wife, Libby, 25, gave birth to the six-pound, 13-ounce girl. "We had a camper on the back of the truck but we didn't have time to get in there. The bahy came too fast." Mr. Wohlgemuth said he cut the umbilical cord with his pocket knife, tied it off and continued to hospital. Mother and daughter were reported doing fine. MOVE QUIETLY Each March and April pike and pickeral clan of fis move almost unnoticed irit weedy spawning areas. for quick reactions would spoil your Sunday. Strike a happy >alance, keep peace among the cople around you. AKUAUIL'S (.Ian. 20 Feb. This Sunday begins sim- eiiough but is apt to be- ome active, tiring as first one ontlngency then another re- uires your close attention. PISCES (Feb. 1 9- March (eep your own counsel what ou take for granted is more less unknown or confidential other people. You get fur- ICT working alone. MONDAY, JULY 20 Your birthday today: Hard- ly any of your present ven- ires -vill remain in the same groove by the end of the year as you develop, carry greater responsibilities more moothly, learn new skills, re- ine career goals. Today's na- tives are circumspect in their treatment of people, very sensitive to harmony or dis- cord and do too much or nothing about either extreme moderate course. ARIES (March 21 April Open your week with a con- ervalive approach, let others :ome to you at 1 e a s t for a vhile. A series of actions with- in the rules works out more consistently, long-range. TAURUS (April 20 May With advice from all sides ranging from one extreme to another, select according to respect for the advisers, take an average course until four intuition wakes. GEMINI (May 21 June Get all your facts and figures onto paper. Tomorrow will be oo late for major changes, so x systematic. CANCER (June 21 July Where you're carrying burdens for others, see what benefit you will reap from it ultimately perhaps make preparations for different conditions. LEO (July 23 Aug. Strangers, newcomers tend to competitive beha v i o r, may seek to provoke you into doing your best on your vorst in or- der to learn what you do. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sqit. Pursue regular duties with def- inite, measured determination, or not at all. A break to supple- ment the week end might be productive. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Ocl. Fretting over the past doesn't help giving yourself plenty to do and some healthy rest of- 'ers your deep unconscious a chance to digest experience. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Gentle tact brings back a lit- of what you risked. Strive :or better understanding, but make no exact promises before you know fully what is entailed. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. If j'ou can be a bit easier on yourself, your working day falls neatly into place. Diver- sity of effort among a wide sweep of unrelated matters is natural. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Once in a while it's good for you lo wear your feelings on your sleeve, so to.speak, and let all see something of your emotional orientation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Group or family enter- prises take more attention, so that it is difficult to think much purely person- al projects. Staying in good hu- mor helps. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Compromise comes more read- ily as you achieve more con- tact with those who can turn tilings around, open doors for you and others. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) Fetus given blood in new operation NEW YORK (AP) Doctors at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine reported yesterday they performed a complete blood transfusion of a fetus recently by exposing the head, neck and left arm and then replacing the 22-week-old fetus. However, soon after the an- nouncement, the mother deliv- ered the baby, the hospital said. Because of its age, a spokesman said, the chances of survival were poor. Without the opera- tion, however, the baby would have died in the uterus. Before the doctors described lire operation as the e a r 1 i est complete exchange transfusion ever performed on a fetus suffering from severe Rh blood disease and the first one done by using the main artery of the neck to perform the transfusion. Dr. Sheldon H. Cherry, assist- ant clinical professor of obste- trics and gynecology, said a 22- ..-eek-old fetus is about six to eight inches long, with a head the size of an orange. The ca- rotid artery in the neck would about the size of a telephone vire. Through the hospital spokes- man, Cherry said the operation was still significant even though t apparently led to the earlj Cherry identified the mother as Marie Coope, 33, of Brent- wocd, N.Y. He said she and her lusband; Herbert G. Coope, lave two other young children but that her last pregnancy failed when the fetus died of Rh negative blood disease. Earthquake cracks Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Kara Wen- sel, age 10, of Tucson, Ari- zona, for her question: Do earthquake cracks ever close? Right now, scientists are very interested in the restless move m e n t s of the earth's crust. In the last few years, research teams have gathered new evidence that our planet's geography is not nearly as set- tled as thought it was. Some of the zones being investigated are deep crevices in the ocean floors. Others are cracks and fissures in the continents. The ones in earthquake zones re- veal a lot about the gradual changes of the earth's geo- graphy. A tear major earthquake may a crack in the ground. perhaps many miles long and deeper than ten feet. The top of the crevice may form a fairly wide gap and it's natur- al to wonder whether this wound will heal. It is just pos- sible that future crustal move- ments may push the two sides together and close the gash. But this is not likely. When the earth alters the landscape, the gashes and piles of debris are left where they are. There may be later changes in the same region, creating more uphea- vals. But the cracks and bumps GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES II. GOREN 1 y mi: Ttii chiuio TritocM WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: Partner opens with Oils' spade. What is your re- sponse? Q. Bolh vulnerable, both sides have a 40 part score and as South you hold: 4 AQ C 2 WHO 5 3 OKJ 7 4 The bidding has proceeded: Smith West North Kurt .1 J'ass 26 3 What do you bid now? 0. 3-Both vulnerable and 3s South you hold: AAQlOSr. Tne bidding h.iK proceeded: South Wrsl North East 1 I'M 1'asj Tjblts What do you bid now': 0. t c i t h c r vulnerable finl South you hold: M.I61 WSJ OA103AAU4 The bidding has procccdfd. North Km South 1 A 1'ais 1 NT 7 What do you bid? 0. As South vulnerable, you hold: 6 4 QK 3 CK 4 S The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 A 20 Pass 1'ass DHfr. 1'ass 2 Vasi What do you bid now? Q. As South vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded. West North East South Pass 1 10 What do you bid? Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: South West North K.isl 1 4 Pass 1 NT Dfole. 7 What do you bid now? Q. Both vulnerable, as Koulh you hold: 4K.12 OA71 The bidrling has proceeded: North Enst Smith West 1 Pass 1 V 1 4 Pots What do you bid now? I Leak tar cnwcri HEV, PAL-ITS 7 TUMBlEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN MUSTIREMINPYOU EVERY TIME YOU COME TO TOWN? gradually become part of the remodeled geography. Some of the earth's largesl cracks are in a region callec the Great Rift Valley. Actual- y, it is a series of valleys ex- .ending from southeast Africa northward through the middle Last as far as Syria. Parts ol the steep sides are a mile high and the floor between them 20 to 30 miles wide. Sediments lave washed down and carpet ed the valley floor with ricl soil. The Red Sea flowed in to rill one of the deep wide clefts Several hollows filled with lake water. The Jordan River anc other streams gathered in some of the ditches. Recent studies in the Great Rift Valley suggest that cracks made by quakes and other crustal movements gradually fill up with soil or water. Tne studies also reveal that this re- gion is still unsettled. Some lime ago, a farmer, his plow and his ox suddenly sank from sight as a new crack opened in the valley floor. Earth sci- entists suspect that the Great Rift Valley is gradually grow- ing wider and perhaps deeper. In the far future it may sever most of Africa from Asia. Earthquake zones in other parts of the world are still scarred with cracks and bumps created ages ago. Some of those in California filled with ake water. In one place, a c r u K t a 1 slab between two mighty cracks sank down be- low sea level. After an uphea- val of this sort, erustal activ- ity usually shifts to another re- gion. In time, the craska and other changes are remodeled with lakes and streams and hills to form a new landscape. In California, that crustal slab between the two great cracks became the scenic wonderland of Death Valley. The earth's deepest cracks arc in the sea beds. The an- cient ones are partly filled with .sediments. Cone samples re- nnntly taken from the depths suggest that, the floors of the oceans arc spreading. This ex- citing new evidence may ex- plain how the land masses be- came separated and gradually pushed apart. The cracks in the Great Rift Valley may re veal more of tills earth mov- ing stoiy. Questions afltcfl by ctilldren of Herald readers should he mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Rox 765, Jlunlington Reach, California '.MM. (Copyright Clminick I'ublishing Co. 1071) Blacks still barred from Elks lodge 1 NEW ORLEANS, La. CAP) Delegates to the Elks' nation- al convention rejected here a resolution to remove the word "white" from the organization's membership requirements. However, the delegates voted to give the head of the organiza- tion authority to suspend the "white" membership require- ment until next year if he found such action "to be in the best interests of the order." The vote on the resolution that would permit blacks to join the Elks was taken in a secret session after 30 minutes of de- bate. No vote count was avail- able. Results were announced by of- ficials of the group, formally known as the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. It all started back in days of Adam, Eve ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Sex discrimination began when Eve took the rap for Adam's eating the apple in the Garden of Eden, a women's rights specialist told an international meet- ing of human rights agen- cies. "Responsibility without power has been the lot of women ever said Catherine East, executive secretary of the federal in- terdepartmental committee on the status of women. BLONDIE-By Chic Young L WHY PO THESE THINGS T ALWAYS HAPPEN IN L-THE MIPPLE OF MY BATH? I WISH YOU WOULDN'T eo PRIPPINS ALL OVER THE CARPETS LIKE THAT NEVER MIND, DEAR I FOUND MY KEY Former Mountie faces charges PRINCE ALBER" (CP) Joseph James Dennis, 26, a for mor RCMP constable, was re- manded for a week when he appeared in court toda; charged with attempted mur der and armed robbery. Dennis, once a resident o Syney, N.S., is charged in con nedion with the robbery of a bank in Dorcmy, Sask. The at tempted murder charge wa laid after a gun was fired dur ing the robbery. Dennis was with the RCMP for four-years in Saskatchew an. RCMP office -for sale GRANDE PRAIRIE There was an eye-opener on the front lawn of the RCMP of.'ice Friday morning a for sale sign. The sign, apparently in- Mailed during the night, in- vited those interested to in- quire within. BEETLE BAllEY-By Mort Walker YOU RAVE COMMONLY 11 L ABNER-By Al Capp GIRLS.7 ARE YOU FAILING TO MADDEMMEN THE WAY YOU' USED TO? IF THERE'S ASPARK STILL BURNING IN tfvl-BUTKlEW PERFUMES, GIRDLES AND HAIRDOS HAVE FAILED TO KINDLETHEM INTO A FLAME" ARCHIE-By Bab Montana I HAVE.'.. A JOB. POLL A.. OR A CENSUS? NO, AT A FACTORY FOR CLOWN MAKE-UPS.' BUT WE HEARD HAD A NOSE JOB' JU4HEAD.7 YOU DON'T LOOK ANY HI AND tOlS-By Dik Browne Mv" PAPERS ALL DELIVERED, I ADMIRE ANYONE WO CARRIES i sprre OF SUCH INCONVENIENCES SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal I'M GIVING VOU A CLEAN BILL OP NOW, BUT I WANT TO SEE VOU AGAIN IM TWO MONTHS! ;