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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IE1HBR1DGE HERALD-Salurduy, March 11, 19X2 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 D1XON Sl'M'AV, MARCH 12 Your birllirtiiy (oilnv: The main chore is to hold your philosophic Iralrnu-c between coiifliciiim urges. Your life becomes so rich willi oppor- lunilic! it will bo essential (o be guided by slhugi-nt logic. Relationships Ihin out, and you nuiy luse n tow noisy friends.'Today's unlives are gifted ivilli pc'isoiial magnct- isrn, try almost anylhiiij! that promises n constructive re- sull. ARIES Ota-oil 21-April Smooth over past differences. Forget efforts fo change soeial standing or career they are belter left to chance. TAUIVS 29 May 201: Orthodox methods are indicat- ed today. You bring serenity and co operation into reality by using common sense. GEMINI (May 21-June Let the shortcomings of others go unremarked. Attend the community's Sunday customs, see if anything needs your psr- sonal attention. CANCEK (Juni- Intellectual pastimes are pre- ferable to strenuous physical activities. Family ties need strengthening, while friends r d a I a n e c of responsibility swings from a long-term stand- creale distractions. I.KO (July -a Aug. Try settling within the plans of others, accepting no mure (ban vour share. Romance thrives if you are not impalicnl. V1HOO (Aug. M Sept. neflection helps in today's ex- citement. Casual relationships develop intensity accept the challenge. LllltlA 2J Ocl. The drift can he directed to- ward loafing, conversation with friends. Avoid changes or wrangling. SCORPIO (del. 13 Nov. Wait out a vexatious mood, lis- ten for (he reasons. Considera- ion for those yon love makes the difference. SAGlTTAUirS (Nov. This Sunday is shaken with startling news, strange ideas presented as common. Check facts before you act. CAPRICORN (Dec, 22 Jan. It's a fun Sunday with much to offer in the way of amusements, and for the eli- gible, a strong urge toward romantic beginnings. AQUARIUS (Jan. Frb. In family affairs some Colors in the flag Andy sends a complete 22- volum'e set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Ginger Cross, oge 10, of Muncie, Indiana, for her question: Do the colors of our flag have any special meanings? This paragraph is for those adults who feel downhearted about the so called youth gen- eration. Please regard today's question as typical of many. The mail to this column reveals the usual majority of solid citi- 7ens and the usual percentage of rebels. The problems seem more numerous because we have a bumper crop of children. As usual, it is up to the adults, to take the major responsibil- ities and enjoy them as priv- ileges. Our bumper crop is thjQ same as always, with these ex- ceptions. The children are aware that they face more ser- ious problems and somewhat unaware of how much they heed the maximum from their entile adult generation. Ginger says that she wants tc start a collection of respeclfu statements about the Flag. Sho asked the right person, but re- gpect is one of those words will deep down meanings. Andy can only try to do it justice Other such deep words are hon or and courage, patriotism anc loyalty. Everyone has to think hard to understand them. Cer tain unfortunate folk can nev er really grasp them thougl they often use them to sount holier than they really are. It also takes a lot of deep down thinking to understand the Flag. The original one c 1777 had 13 stars and stripes The young Founding Father respectfully regarded it as new constellation. But they dii not explain the meaning of th Red, White and Blue until fiv years later, when the Congres used the same colors to desig still. Keep things in proportion. I'ISCFS (Kfh. 13-Marcli Soiuclicxly near you is inipa- Sent hut can be coaxed into mental pursuits. Strenuous sporls lack (heir usual appeal. MONDAY, MARCH 13 Your h i r 1 h d a y loilay: Your life comes to a cross- roads. In a few mouths you must settle to some balance between the material and the spiritual sides of your na- ture; neither prevails auto- matically. Your financial re- sources are promising, templed to impulsive spend- ing, unwise investment. To- day's natives tend to M-it, positive thinking, way-out idealism. ARIES (March 21-April Decisions are executed sim- ply and promptly, with little co-operation. Older people con- tinue to discuss past issues. TAl'KUS (April 20-May Friends and their doings Send to be time-consuming, but lelpful as new connections offer help. GEMINI (May 21-.Iuue Be on your toes to do every- thing in graceful fashion. Slop occasionally for intuitive guidance, as you tend to fret about material matters. CANCER (June 21-Jllly Commonplace situations have more factors involved than you suspect. Don't jump to con elusions; wait for the full story before reacting. l.KO (J 111 y 23 Aug. Friends and money bring up some questions. You r.eed luck, a semi-delached altitude and Tilical judgment to balance it ill. VlllOl) (Aug. Srpl. i'our interests arc so inter- wined with loved ones, lhat ,'ou must, go with the group lor jest results. Give what yon can. (Sept. 21 Ocl. Concentration gels you off to n ;ood week. Later hours offer lews (hat clarifies recent de- velopments. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov. iVell-founded plans advance prompt reaction to open- ings. Diverse opinions can be exciting, needn't involve con- roversy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Talk needs discipline. Oth- ers fill the gap which you leave your discreet silences. Let them, and learn. CAPRICORN (Dec. 23 Jan. While you're busy with routines, watch people ant] situations you might enjoy Ircing closer to. Think about how to get there. AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Advice upsets precon- ceived notions, but since a di- lemma is forming, it may tip the balance in a new direction PISCES (Fch. IS-March You and those you depend on are d i s t r a c t e d. Select the easiest course, then let wel enough alone. Memories in any idle moments. (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) Great Seat of the United tales. We can read what the colors mean in the original description f the Great Seal, The Bed ands for hardiness and va- or. These are the tough qual- :ies of endurance and courage, landing right by us when lha vhole world seems to be falling ipart. The White stands for lurity and innocence. The deep- er meanings of these words in- clude our good inlenfions and rue honesty toward ourselves ,ncl others. The Blue background is hard- est to grasp because it expects us to consider others, fairly and sensibly. It stands for vigilance, perseverance and justice. Vigil- ance is a special kind of watch- fulness. It expects us lo show our good intentions and wisely waits until we do. Persever ance is disappointed when wo give up because some thing worthwhile seems too much trouble. The hardest word la justice, the quality of fairness. It expects each of us to thtnlt tot about what is fair and sensible for of ourselves. The words used to describe the colors in our flag give us a lot to think about. It has other proud and noble meanings tha need no words. Perhaps the best one is this. Our country's flag represents each and every one of us while at the same time representing all of us as one nation. The more you think about all its deep down mean- ings, the more you just have to respect it. Questions asfcefl uy cMIdicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 763, HuntingtoD Beacb, California 92G4B, (Copyright Chrnnicle Publishing Co. 1072) screener in TUMBUWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan THIS MON1H 1HECOVETEP 0LACK FEATHER GOES TO OK SCULPTOR! THAT HIP Cf GRAVEN WWES! THAT WHITTLE-HAPPY 'NATOMY KNEAPER! THATRtMCUNP ROPIN ACROLITHICANT, I NAME YOU INPIAN OP THE MONTH I WANT YOU TO 00 A STATUE OF ME FOR POSTERITY, WHEN, WHERE AMP HOW SHALL, POSE? BlONDIE-By Chic Young LASTNISlTrt DREAMED MY Til RM E D G AND VOU LEFT ME FOR A YOUNGER KNOW I LCA'E-rOU TOO MUCH TO POATHINS LIK5 THAT.' 'lip- WELL, WHY DIDNTJ YOU TELL MS THAT IN MY DREAM f F FOUND) A NEW WAYTO esr j--' IN TROUBLE BEETLE BAlLEY-By Mart Walker VANCOUVER (CP) Somewhere a cardiac patient dials a long-distance operator, opens a little black box ami proceeds to send to Vancouver Genera! Hospital an electro- cardiogram based on his pa- cemaker's performance. He is one of a number of patients in Canada using a new portable, battery-oper- ated screener to telephone electrocardiogram informa- tion to a central recording system at the hospital, where impending distress or failure of the pacemaker may be spotted. "The procedure is simple, takes less than two minutes and we can receive informa- tion from patients at home and from those who travel about the country or even University 'honeymoon' GOREN ON BRIDGE What action do you tale? BY CIUTILES H. GOREN [o ifTi: Br Tto TrtBoMT WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIT. Q. East- West vutoerabla, js South you hold: v-1062 OQ3JMKM The bidding has proceeded: North East Soolb West 1 Pass 2 2 W Pass T Wial action do you iaie? Q. 2-A3 SouUi vulnerable, you hoM: 4K86 WAKQ542 OKJ9 The bidding has proceeded: Couth West North Ellt 1 Pass 1 ill Fait 3 1 4 Pan Pill What actiKi do yoa Intel 4-Eoth and1 ES you hold: AAQI95 ryJI C75I The bidding has proceeded: Fxjuth West North 1 Past DHt. 1 2 Pan fin I The bidding proceeded North Kail Sootk 1 Q Piis 1 Pail 2 NT T What action do yoa take? Q. As South vulnerable. you hold: The bidding has proceeded: Eorth West North Eert I V I V t 3V 34 4 Plff Paift Pals wnsl is your opening lead? 9. South vulnerable, you hold: 4KJ1C4 4Q5I The bidding has proceeded: North Ellt South 1 (7 1 4 Pan 2 (7 Fan INT Pali I 0 What action An you take? lor antaeii Monday J s over EDMONTON (CP) The niversity of Alberta has been ess than efficient in the past n spending its funds but an in- ensive effort now is lade lo correct the situation ays Lome Leilch, associate ice-president of finance dminislration. Mr. Leitch, speaking to the lotary Club luncheon, said tho niversity faces a "disaster' 972-73 budget mainly because dropping student enrolments nd restricted provincial gov rnment financing. "If my remarks infe hat we have always husband our resources well and ther lave been no misspent dollar at the university, then I haste o correct the h said. CORRECT MISTAKES In our sometimes frenzie efforts lo accommodate bur enrolments, in our ot> jeclive to achieve and giver, an economy whic was providing funds in increas ng measure undoubled] Ihere were inelficiencies." Mr, Leilch said the univers ty now is "using every man agcment tool available to us ensure that past mistakes ar not perpetuated and that ou revenues are spent wisely." The province has made S57.2 million operating grant the university for 1972-73 star ing April 1, about millio [ess than the university quested. Mr. Leilch onlline-'l the un verity's rapid growth between and 1970 when enrolment grew at about ]2-per-cent a yeat and the operaling budget skyrockelcd to million from million. Now, the "honeymoon" be- tween sociely and its educa- tional institulions is over, Mr. Leilch said, adding that a uni- versity degree no longer is "an automatic passport to the bet- ter life." iverseas." says Dr. John Os- lorne, director of cardiology j at the hospital. The cardiac screener was developed in response lo a need for a simple method of 'reqtient checks on the pace- maker patient. LY AT CUES FUNCTION "When a pacemaker is inv planted, the doctor often ivants to keep close track of its function during the first few said Dr. Os- borne- "It fakes a while for a pace- maker to stabilize and adjust to a person's body tempera- ture and up to nov-', such pa- tients have been seeing their doctors as often as twice a week. 'This means the patient has to make an appointment, travel to the doctor's office ami often spend at ieast ?0 minutes to half an hour while the pacemaker is checked. "With the portable scree- ner, the patient just phones in the information and the whole thing takes about two min- utes. At the end of the day, the readings arc checked for possible problems and n close check is kept on the patient." The screener is a Wile black box weighing about two pounds and housing three electrodes. Two electrodes are placed in armpit. The third electrode, a small ch'p, is hooked over the inside of the lower lip. The patient dials a special number on his phone, waits for a heep signal, states his name, age and location and then places the mouthpiece of the receiver in a holder on the screener box. The electrocardiogram sig- nal developed by the heart is carried over (he telephone lines to a recorder at tho hos- pital. AWJES WHERE THE CM API AW ALWAYS PlAYep 3Y OR PAT NOWADAYS Trie CMAPLAW LISTEN, SIR- I EVERYONE A S1LIY IMCOMPBT6NT JERIi; 111 ABNER-By Al Capp f PUT ONE HAND ON YORE HEART AH' TtDTHER CM TH'ORIGINAU SHOE O'GEM'RAU CCRNPONC3 THASS TH' MOST BINDIM1 OATH AWV DOGPATCH KID KIM TAKK- PROTECKALL S FUM NOW YO'IS H ISTHEOMLV VIOLENCE IN MEMBERKKTOV ARCKlE-By Bob Montana U of A loses in ill ions on its investments EDMONTON (CP) A poor investment market contributed lo the University of Alberta's loss of million on Us invest ments between 1965 and 1968, an official said today. Dr. D. G. Tyndall, vice- president of finance and admin- istration, was commenting on a report that the university had lost million in the handling of ils endowments, pension funds and other revenues. fie said university investment shares dropped in value he cause of the rlumping markel and the actual (otal was million in unrealized and real- losses. Me described unrealized losses ns those which would have resulted if the university had sold its shares when they declined. Dr. Tyndall said, however, that the investment picture was improved to Ihe point where the loss has been reduced to million. AND I GAVE THE BAMD "EXPERT MARKSMAN" RIGHT NOTE AND HERE'S A CA6DAL IW1NMMG EBATU6 OF THE BUDGET? NO, LOS1NSTH5 BATTUE OP THE V HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns 1 KNOW THIS JOB JAR HAS SAVED USA LOT OF FIGHTS, BUT SOMETIMES THE SYSTEM R6MSMBER OUR AGREEMENT? rr IN THE JOB THERE'S A1 MUST'JOB I REALLY V.'ANT DONE THIS WEEK END, HI THAT ON TOP WITH THE RED RIBBON WOULDN'T HAPPEN TO BE YOUR "MUST" JOB, WOULD rr? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal fMRR'VlttAt WV HE'S SE OtOCP A FOXV UPY6ETS MARRIED 91E BUGS BUNNY IT'S EEAILY NOTHIWS- I SERIOUS...CALL ME IF VOU NEEPMEL HAVEN'T FlNISHEPTetLIMS MY SVWPTOMSl I HAVS THfS HE GAVE ME THIS T HAVE FILLED; IT'S S-POSEP T YER COMPLAININ ;