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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO Wcdneldoy, Mnrcli 1, 1972 By JEANE D1XON TlllltSD.NV, M.Mltll VtniL' liirlluhy linlay: He pins .1 busy, sociable year oE coY.stnirtilitc effort. Sturlv is a must now. if you lire1 "10 nbroaft of fast- Inrakini; changes. The lei-.ci- rncy is tounid increase of responsibility nlniiE! v.itli the power to rto fc.iiH'tblm: ;ic en- [on-iiii; il Tcclay's natives are sensitive to fiui' nuances of non vorbal communication, talented in llw arts or at least interested the answer v.ill ho NO. Some-, tion. Drop nnnrofilab'c sub- body else is alrcr.dy al it j lines' concentrate on practical anyhow, so let important mat-, moves. tei's ride. LEO (July 3.1 -Aug. To- day you encounter a deal where tlie item at slake is something no amount of money can buy. Give thought to hu- man dignity. VIIHiO (Alls. ?a Si-pi. 23 Emotional lies are under sirens. What you hear mav be a chicle for expression and no' the real reason. I.Ilili.S (Sept. 23 Oct. 221 Subtle approaches work better. Give others time to say wheth- er they ngree or not. Wait be- AQl'AKIUS (-Ian. 20 irtial! arrangements you've inrde, rather than last minute revi- sions. Sellle for what is feasi- ble and current. I'ISCfiS (Feb. 10-March Cultural and local social ac- tivities advance- Move right in y your fun and (lie responsibility, (tori: The Chicago Tribune) AltlKS Oliirch 191: If you demand much from nllu'rs, von have !o cope with fore offering your own commil- FOiuchc'.iy you can'l wing lo quit Ewund. Km cwntuil. T.U'Kl'S (April 2-0-May 101: 10 an old question (SKMIM (May 21 June Approach the world with a touch, of formality, courtesy; it cosls r.r'hinj; and may save a lo' of confusion. CANTICK Uimo 21-July If aet now lo force issues. SCOrtI'10 (Oct. Nov. Self irivioitaitt individuals of- fer provocations. You needn't take it up unless it's within the family. A sense of humor is valuable. SAGlTT.Mlll'S (Nov. 2? line. irtetided advice. Skin thickness Andy semis a complete volume pet cf the Kncyclcpedia lo Frances K.r.-- tier. IS. cf Ashcrofl. K f.. for his question: K at! liiiman skiu tlic s.iuie thickness? Eo-aiicl-so is teo "Thii'k- skinned" to take a hint and thai other "thill-skinned" elia- takes offm-e at mcftlv wide rf the mark, pours remark. Irese old sayings no in St'ayine ckvr of enerficlie i indeed suggest that human skm bnssv peaple is an art tcjlay. comes in various thicknesses. C (Dee. 22 .inn. 'So il dees. But this reallv doc's CAPHU'Ol Informrtton you've missec comes belatedly to your attcn sibii1 Dear Dr. Lamb Let me you think Dudley's Law applies vou on yonr sen- to my case? to issues re-! Dear Header I can tell girding'body care. After all '.ve from your remarks that you agree on almost everything, j are one of my most Therefore, you must Ix; a sen- sible man. 'l am a 46 year -1 for you. Just not using lobacco old male, married to ihe same i goes a long way toward de- woman lor ii years. My health creasing your likelihood of hav- is excellent. I ride my bicycle ing heart or vascular disease for miles each week and have j as compared to the large mini- ail mv life. I weigh 185 pounds j her of men who smoke. Most rot explain why some folk insensitive, and others are su- per-scnsilive. Actually, the av- erage thickness varies hardly at all [rom person to pennon. bul there are patches of thicker j thinner on every human body. Medical students rate the sklii as one of the body's big- grsl organs and certainly no- body could live without one. Its i thickness is never more than I 3-lGths o( an inch, yet the skin of an average man is large enough to cover an area three by six feet. In living condition, it weighs about six pounds. -h, Though its average thickr.ess is more or less Ihe same for all readers. Vou have a lot gome i o{ lho hllman LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Reader practices all the 'doi with about three million spe- cells. in siHvial-iluty irnils. This small sai nole a rea Ls noui islic d by three feet of fine capil- laries and laced with abut four yards of skinny nerve fibers, plu> 2.> sensitive nerve cndinfla. it also has about 100 sweat glands to keep it cooL AU these built-in functions form a network througliout the entire skin. This also connects to the brain and internal c-jr-iis. Most skin funcLioHS and communication systems go on automatically. For example, when one small finger touches a hoC stove, the er.Ure body takes protective act ion before you know it. However, the skin often blabs its news in sign language. A rosy blush may mean a hot day, an embarrass- ing moment or a fiery infec- tion. A ghastly pallor may be its reaction to frost, sickness or emotional shock. co lexions SVG cxactly everybody, no alike in tint and For jnst about skin-deep ran Evenbwly yearns handsome complexion seems that the brat ones belong to healthy persons with plea- sant dispositions. We cannot do much alxillt the skin's natural tint, but we can help to refir.e its texture. They say that it I but r.o fatness except lor a dou- ble chin, am fi foot one in my stocking feet, f avoid all fit little alcohol because I despise the damn stuff, don't eat be- tween meals and exercise re- uiarly. I have been chock full of energy and have that zipping feeling of muscles and brain in smooth harmony. Drugs, other than an aspirin r.ow and then for headache, are out. As far as I was raised in a vegetarian home and never ate meat until going into show that heavy cigar- ette smoking is a more sigili- :cant factor in causing heart or eating the wrong kind of food. Yonr diet sounds like it is probably pretty good in lerms of not overdoing the in- tske of saturated from ani- mal sources. Incidentally, the incidence of atherosclerosis in vegetarians is considerably less than that noted in non- vegetarians. In general. Dr. White is cor- rect. most people grow from 1-liiths thrives on plain whole milk, to 2-16ths cf an inch. It is j generous helpings of salad IJu'ckest on the back, where the lightly cooked fresh vcge-' body needs extra protection I tables. Of" course, we all know from showers and drafts. The that sugary snacks help not at thinnest covers Ihe eyelids, THAT WO COW f Af la ME... sw V C-TAVOtT OF liit SAIN LIKE TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon I TRAINING HARP TO MAKE 11! 5AY. IT'S iVOTOfTgN FIN'P A SPORT5 NUT WHOlL TEAM, LOTSA UJCK! BlONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walkar X A COUPLE OF MSS6A6ES FOP for and, __ ___ oden cause blemishes. which must be supple enough we also know that regular lo act as constantly blinking j cleaning adds a peachy glow shutters. Those corny patches en our well-worn heels and toes be rated as living skin, i beautiful blemis Trey are cushiony layers of dsad cells, created by the epi- dermis. Tliis outer skin layer also creates the hair and nails, which do net rate as living skin either. Every square ir.ch of this v thin skin is crowded P.nd also removes embedded perms that might erupt in un- Questions nsfcefl tjy cTUIrlien of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Bos Huntington Beacii, California 92643. L1JL ABNER-By Al Capp the Army at 18. I now est meat j after their esrly 20s is fat. The (Copyright Publishing Co 1S72> three to five times a week, but' answer doesn't reside only fowl, fish or steak, occa- i pounds on ti? scale but rather Eionally hamburger, never any j how much (at there is under pork. I still have my hair and i the skin. Take a fold of skin teeth. around your abdomen and see question concerns a how much fat there is under; it. Note wr.ether there are deposits over the small of your j back. If you have anv signifi- cant amount cf fa! in these Oddities In the News [y q uestion cone erns statement by Dr. Paul Dudley He said that a person should maintain the body weight that lie or she had at age 22 or 23. I weighed ]30 pounds nude and have gained 35 pounds since. Actual- areas, you have blubber that is not helping you. comments about ]y, I started to gain around I weight, cigarettes, diet and so My bwly looks better, hut I am j forth apply to groups and there concerned about what damage are individual exceptions, but it might do to mv heart. My generally avoiding fat deposits family lives forever. I have improves one's chances not known five great grandparents and buried my first grandpar- ent when I was in my 30's. Do developing complications of at- Your double I NAME ON BULLET SYDNEY. Australia (Hea- ter A 17-year-eld youth, Larry Ryan, carved his namo on a bullet then shot himself dead with it. a coroner's court here was told. NUNS POUND T1IIEF BOGOTA (Renter) A bur- glar who broke into a convent in the southeast Colombian city cf was over- J powered by Hi nuns who tied him up and handed him over to police, DISGUISE BACKFIRED LIMA (Renter) Police in this capital of Peru have ar- rested a 27-year-old man they said robbed motorists at. gun- point after hitching lifts dis- guised as a blonde woman, Fie made his big mistake when hn thumbed a car full of plainclothes policemen. ARCHIE-By Bob Montana chin suggests that some your weight isn't muscle. Of! Bridge GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GORES' lz :in: By TVi CMU44 Tfl Neither vulnerable, deals, NORTH A K 1032 VK 74 K to A A 6 5 4 North A J 9 6 5 0 5 H 5 4 2 EAST A 4 J A 2 0 A Q J 6 SOUTH A A J 9 7 6 Q103 '73 KK.3 Tre bidding: N'orth Kan South West 1 A Pass 1 A Pass 2 A pasi 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening leao. Al'ho Sou til's technitjue in playing four spades was bas- ically sound, he stumbled on the very brink of success by cresting an unnecessary menial hazard himself. We.si opened the queen of cliibs find declarer won the trick in his hand with The king and ace of j, p a d e 3 cleared up ths tfnnp> snr! now South's sole uvis to avoiti losing in the red suits. hs would have to piay thc-rc was way to make the opponents open up the heart suit for him. But, first it v.as neces- sary to strip out clubs. The; aco of clubs was cashed artel a third round ru0ed uitb the seven of spades. A small spade was led to the ten in order to trump out North's remaining club. a dia- mond was played and the fc-ig put up from dummy. East cashed the ace rind queen, and fearing that it was not safe to lead a third round, he resisted the tempta- tion to play the ace of hearts and, instead, shifted to tha deuce of that suit, South followed v.it'i the tlireo of he-arts and West put in the nine to dislodge North's king. A henrt wan returned and Last played tha eight, Declarer was now con- fronted with a guess. In the hope that West had heen holding off with the ace. South played the ten from his hand. This lost to the jack and on the return, East put up the ace for Uic setting trick. Declarer could have settled the issue without subjecting himself to any mental prob- lems by merely putting n (he len of hearts when Piii.it led back the rfevjcu original- ly. West covers with the jack and North wins the tricJc with the king. On Ihe return, Kast must play the ace or else South can win n second Irick in trie suit with the queen, The play of the ten loses only in the event that West has both the ace jack, In which case dsclarer u always off tricks in ihe suit [unless he makes Ihe abnormal play of putting up Ihe queen from his hand when East leads Uic res ults 'Soviet sub !in trouble Lelhbridge Duplicate Bridge Club'i Resulti; Laflies Wed. Aflerroon D.8.C. Feb. 33 I. Mrs. H. E, Baffcur and Wrs, C. B. 2. Mrs. K. fAcLean and Mrs. I. Shaw; 3. G. A. Wright and L. Wafers. Hamillon Evening D.B.C. feb, !J TJ-S. 1. V. PuXutTa B, Jurkovich; 0. C. Fvans sr.a G. Humrr.'iJ; 3 D. and A. Harrii ET.'.V. K J, tnd W, Orissk; urieikBf; 3 3. I Novice Gajne Fcb, H cdq en an'J I.'. Thu.-ic.iy D.B.C. Fcb. N.s. t. R. e-rl E vkc.; J G. and A Han 2. D Scack rd h'rs. M. T. Hcdq- Min A Scottish mill ssvs it is pro- ducing a special "no tickle" fabric for tartan scarves, stoics 'and blankets marketed in j .Japan, because the Japanese complain the regular fabric is 1 too itchy. GFIONLID, of the .lames Smith fndian Reserve were found dead in a car parked on the main street of Gronlld, in north- central Saskatchewan, The RCMP Enid Lho car's mo- tor had been left running and the cause of rleEitli is believed to be carbon monoxide poison- ing, the victims we re irfc ntlfi exl as Ixislic Moosctoose. 17, Annie Whitchead, 20, and tho children of Mr. and .Mrs. Bert Head, six-year-old Marie, three-year- old Bert and eight-month old Raymond, BUGS BUNNY THERKST TIME I THIS SUIT OUT IN THE WA1H SCHHOOGLESJ YUK-VUK- DBPT. STORB I VUK-YUK- COMPL A IN tS I YA KKKK! SET VER REFUND AT WINDOW FIVE... PON'T AWAY MAO, FUPPSY! I DON'T (SET 1 MANY I ON THIS JOB! ;