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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 26, 1971 Your horoscope THAT WOODSTOCK.'J By Jeane Dixon TUESDAY, JULY 27 Your birthday Coday: This year you set forth on signifi- cant journeys either to distant exotic places (only to find you've brought all your problems along) or symbolic voyages into the depths of your psyche (very per- sonal, solitary as the ulti- mate phases of such living must Temptation will be to try for too much change too rapidly. Today's natives have keen senses, are able to conduct painstaking re- search. ARIES (March 21 April Reliable, traditional methods come back on the scene and they still work. More of a sur- prise, you make the work fair- ly well. TAURUS (April 20 May Helpful changes may not be ation, so moderate your rate of convenient or suitably an- organim, nounced. Your alertness deter- mines the major results. GEMINI (May 21 June Take a clear look at your fi- SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Skipped morning details have afternoon repercussions; don't out in either end of this ex- 25J SrcTand change. quite the sirnple Smell Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Debbie Del- Bove age 15, of Staten Is- York, for her ques- tion: How do our noses detect the smell of food? Notice how the smell of va- nilla reminds you of the taste of vanilla flavored goodies such as ice cream and cakes. A sizzling barbecue wafts odors that remind us of the mouth- watering flavors of beef and blended spices. Obviously the sense of smell is related to the sense of taste in some way. The system also works in the op- posite direction. The odor of rotten fish tends to provoke a gagging sensadon. The odor of a bad egg is revolting because one's smell taste system re- ports that the item would be most objectionable to the pal- ate. The olfactory organ, alias the sniffer, is a specially adapter cavity situated in back of the nose, above the roof of the mouth. Air passes by it on its way to and from the lungs This means that we smell a; we breathe and every unusua whiff in the air is brought to our attention. The sniffing chamber is lined with loosely pleated folds of pink skin. Thi membrane is beset wi'h sen sory cells that sprout tiny hairs It also has cells that secrete i muous material that keeps the j J skin moist. The sensory cells are nerve endings. The fine nerves lead back inside the skull to the smelling center in the brain. mouth. In its own mysterious vay it compares these two streams of smell and taste data and sometimes the smell and .aste systems seem to swap 01 share their information. Tins is luff of sizzling ham- burger can spark Uie taste buds to drool and provoke the appetite to expect a banquet. This exchange of data is ode because the two systems do no react to the same things. The nose can detect burnt and acit odors, fragrant and r a n c i c odors. The various taste buds detect sweet and sour flav ors, bitter and salty flavors The multitude of smells we can detect are subtle bleds of jus four basic odors. The multitude of tastes are complex blends o just four basic flavor's. Some- how the various smells ant tastes of foods often merge in related system. We smell as w breathe and interesting foo data may be shared with th taste buds and they in turn ma; share the flavorsome data fror certain foods with the olfactorj system Just a few gaseous molecule- in a breath of air can spar the olfactory chemical rcaclio and almost at once the brai detects a highly complex odoi For example, suppose the vai ious olfactory sensors relay All odors, pleasant or other- wise, are gaseous molecules mixed with the air. They are widely assorted chemicals that blend with the moist mucus of the olfactory organ and spark chemical reaction to its sen- sory cells- This data is relayed to the brain. There it is anal- yzed and promptly integrated with other sensory systems. Meantime, the brain constant- ly evaluates and stores data from the taste buds in the cid and two parts burnt. Th brain inter prcts this subt blend as the fragrance of However, one's talented where you stand. Your eiiect ueai inwat wuuuu ner's range of actions may carry more weight SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. The benefit of doubt is some due. Live so that it CANCER (June 21 -July Sticking with a simple, correct position and continuing to deserved in your case; hope :or the finest in the other fel juestions after most (Dec. 22 Jan. ave quit is your drift Repair and replenishment LEO (July 23 Aug. today's keywords. Make begins to dawn on your where .vorking rela- ciates who and what is aro not thriving, not just ant. Pitch in and help but intent to change for some priorities, better. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. (Jan. 20 Feb. Personal styles, peculiarity Getting things lined up manner get in the way. detailed and diligent pur- xidy who sees them and of information, hard work liru them comes along and is worth every moment o: laps with this, a lasting effort. nership (Feb. 19 March LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Internal pressure is toward overly abrupt efftrts to bring hihgs to balance. You know about some matters whicl mve to be taken into associates help eon solidate your position, particularly in economic factors. Nearly everything you consider in eludes added responsibility. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) t LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. Burning may be Dear Dr. Lamb Something very strange is happening to me. The tips of my fingers Dr. Lamb I am a 13 year-old girl and in the eightli grade. The reason I am writing is because I weigh 180 and an burning hot. The first time feet tall. Can you sugges happened I thought I had that I can do? ed myself, because my husband's pipe was on the counter at the time I placed my hand there. But now it's more frequent 3nd happens just anytime. What is it? I also have varicose veins and arthritis Should I see a doctor or is i one of those things if I ignore it it will go Reader You are righ to start doing something abou this now. You probably shoidc have a checkup by a doctor o even an endocrinologist (a spe cialist in gland functions) to to certain you don't have a med cal problem like low function o the thyroid gland located in th neck. Usually the weight proh Dear Reader Yes, I think 1 lem is caused by too many you should see a doctor. and not enough exercise. burning sensation is it is not how much yo secondary to irritation of the nerves. Sometimes changes but what you eat tha makes the difference. Try t the vertebrae in the neck as much fat an r-ansp nrpssnrp on the from your diet as po j South you hold: Pass Pass Dble. 7 What do you bid now? Pass. Since partner has acknowledged holding n worth- less band, a hid of two hearts would be an unsnnnd risk. The. chances of a game are much too remote to justify courting ft penalty. Puss I NT What do you hid? Pass. Despite your 13 15 no action lhat you can take, with safety. The dlstiltiu. tlon Is all you for offensive purposes ant! your licrt chance of n profit In hope that the opposition will ho lulled Into cnrrylnfl on thff bidding. Q. As South vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has {rvocccdctl: East Pass 1 What do you bid? heart. You have the> values to offer an jump ra'se In clubs, but It Is de- sirable to employ the lower level ava'lable on the first round 6C bidding to probe for a possible major suit game. The club sup- port will be shown later If U ap- pears expedient to do so. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AAJ982 WV30AH07 The bidrJinr; has proceeded: South West North East 1 A Pass 1 NT Dblc. What do you bid now? A__Redouble. Partner shown 01 least high carol points for his one no trump spons? and since you have 17 your partnership has 23 or which Elves you a decided ad- vantage over your opponents can havo no more than 17 be- tween them. This Information should be Imparted to partner who may then be In position lot Inflict a severe penalty on unhappy adversaries. Q. 8-Both vulnerable, South you hold: AK32 9K1098742 The bidding hns proceeded: North Kasl Sooth Pirn 1 Pans 1 f VMS 1 A Pass 1 What do you hid now? Is difficult at this lima to assets the cxnrl trick taking potentialities of thlx hand, hut lhi> host procedure for the time belntc Is to mako Jump rchld In hoarU. If partner Is In position to ralsn Iht; null, you mfiko another step- forward. 11 RUCh support not fi.rthconilnff. you will havo to content with a game. Canadian forces will promote bilingualism OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian forces have announced a five-year1, program to promote bilingualism among its members. New language training centres will be set up at 28 bases in Canada and Europe by September. About students could be accommodated in the 10-week course in the first year. The facilities mil accommo- date of the volunteer stu- dents each year by 1972, when more bases will be served, the defence department says in a press release. The program will cost for the first year of operation. It will augment existing pro- jrams at the Canadian for'ces language school at St. Jean, Que., and the forces' participa- tion in the public service lan- guage program. Students will use tape record- ers and get help from instruc- tors. MIAMI BEACH (AP) Green-eyed Georgina Rizk, a Lebanese cover girl, was named Saturday night to rein as Miss Universe 1971. "I can't believe cried the 18-year-old Beirut model. "It's like a dream." There were rumors of a bomb threat at the rear of the Miami Beach Auditorium near the end of the pageant, but it failed to cut into the victorious feeling oi the dark-haired Mediterranean beauty. Miss Australia, shapely Tony Rayward, of Sydney, was first runnerup. Miss Finland, blonde .econd runnerup followed by Beba Franco of Puerto Rico ant six-footer Elaine Parreira o Brazil. Twelve contestants from the 'ield of 60 were named semi inalists. The other seven were Etty Orgad of Israel, Myriam Stoco of France, Shigeko Taketomi o Japan, Josefina Roman o Spain, Marilyn Ward of Eng land, Cherri Creque of the Vir 'in Islands and Miss U.S.A Michele McDonald of Butler Pa. AFRICAN QUEEN LIVES SUNRIVER, Ore. African Queen, that enntankcr oiis old tub that carried movie actors Humphrey Bofjart am Katharine Hepburn out of the wilds of Africa, 1ms found homo at a Eugene, Ore., resort ,RCHIE-By Bob Montana HEY, WANNA RENT A, PADDLE BOAT? 6UY SAID HE'D LET HAVE IT FDR HALF PRICE-TODAY.' HI AND 1015-By Dik Browne Tests run on U.S. bandages OTTAWA (CP) Stocks of surplus United States Army bandnges will be withheld by distributors until tests of the bandages' safety have been, completed by the health depart- ment's food and drug direct- orate. The department's action fol- lows an Ontario health depart- ment statement that Is con- afler a noR.irt'fan from the U.S. i cerned about the potential rescued the vessel from bnrfie honllh hazard of the surplus service and shipped her to the' medical drcssinRS, supplied by U S. from Africa. I Tcxpack Ud., of Brantford, Out. WOULD YOU MIND FORWARD ABIT GLJV'NJORT ;