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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE UTHMIDGE HERALD Moich 1971 Your horoscope By Dixon MARCH 14 Your Birthday Today A phase opens of fluent upward movement in your Ex ternal conditions are chang ing new technologies coming to regular You can go along with the times and do well thru consistent ef fort Social experience is live lier in the next year or ARIES March 21 April Be willing to venture into the unfamiliar and unplanned this but take along your mate or a The goal is experience rather than ma terial TAURUS April 20 May Get an early your mom ing routines squared as things are likely to happen to keep you on the Control this ten and you have it made for broadly satisfying social Everybody you are interested in has somebody else bidding for attention Encourage younger Set both an example and a guide CANCER June 21 July Turn to family and home build begin with an expression Something you did long ago comes very with Survey yuur home and its LIBRA Sept23 Sudden impulse brings interest ing ventures into may change all the Have the IJIJJ XJEln W1U1 fl1 UltHlgG oil of your a token of love courage to go with the into and There is much to do LEO July 22 To days electric quality tempts you to sudden competitive Doctors too busy to make choice OTTAWA CP Saving a few lives at great expense or supplying essential medical services to the many is the ago nizing choice arising from soar ing health care suggests an expert on medical econom a Winni peg specialist in internal medi cine says doctors are too deeply involved with individual patients to be able to resolve this It is up to the through to choose whether transplants or other costly care that benefits only a few should have priority over extending es sential medical services to Writing in the current issue of the Canadian Medical Associa tion Gellman says The time may soon come when society may formally and according to a it does Buzzes pain away SAN AP Patients suffering from chroni and severe pain soon may ge relief from an electronic vibra tor that buzzes the pain away The waterthin inchlong de vice is implanted into the spina cord where it sends a lowpow ered radio signal to the nearb We give the patient a buzz ing or a sensation of said tie developer of the device Norman chief o neurosurgery at the Gunderso Clinic of Th pain is then blocked just lik in a pape presented at the NeuroElectr Society conference sal that the device was tested o more than 150 persons with a most uniform He sai the buzzing sensation in no paindetecting tissue blocks ot the pain felt in other parts the spinal A implanted ji below the collar gets si nals from a transmitter abo the size of a cigarette packag The patient controls the intens ity and pulsing of the buzzer by adjusting the Shealy said his buzzer will be generally available if all goes well in the final phases of development by this summer or early He said the cost of the opera tion to implant the device and the device itself will be about w informally and haphazardly deny expensive treatment to me individuals in order that ss expensive facilities may be ade available to a larger num x of other chairman of the MAs council on medical eco says specialists too ten control development of medical BUT The result was inordinate SCORPIO 23 Truth is blurted out in spon taneous more helpful than any Suspend judgment on pending No short cut SAGITTARIUS Friends are in and out and gone again before you get much activity Rely on your own resources for any thing of CAPRICORN 21 Jan News and comment goes contrary to your view of the world and how it ought t Get your response well thought out and AQUARIUS 20 Fcb Go along with your own crowd in their social activities this point you shouldnt is olate no matter what PISCES 19 March 201 Help keep the peace with im temperamental people Be catch up on the new fort spent on investigation and reatmcnt of interesting but are conditions and in heroic ut frequently unsuccessful at empts to postpone death with ut regard for the quality of the life that the patient would have o In assessing the squeeze on vailable funds to pay for medi al Gellman notes hese factors From 1953 to 1958 in Mani oba costs of comprehensive ihysiciains services rose at the ame rate as percapita income while the cost of hospital serv ces rose twice as the last 40 the death rate decreased at the ame rate as in the when costs were a fraction of Average and median ages of death increased but at a stead ily falling 1 n average life expectancy in the 195066 pe riod was negligible for males of all ages and somewhat less han dramatic for and income continued at present rates until will mean hospital costs consume 25 per cent of personal Gellman says the ques ions about spending money on heart tansplants rather than on providing community doctors other medical procedures as di might aslo be or about such other medical procedures as dialysis intensive care units and mass screening for cancer of the of your put hi you share of MARCH 15 Your birthday today Your coming year is apt to go so smoothly that you neglect op portunities to clarify and im prove your Now is the time to get rid of bad ha useless any thing that tends to clutter your Later youll re call this year as those were the days and cherish the providing you will get stirring and really work and play hard while you Todays natives are good at adroit explanations of every possess intense phys cal and are some times willing to let things happen by ARIES March 21 April Organizing a hard work sched ule is the only way to obtain TAVRUS April 20 May The climate is for rush ast minute urgent scurrying for necessary infor GEMINI May 21 June Speculation get the bet er of other elements just ry to distinguish between wish ul thinking and real CANCER June 21 July 22 Business entertaining works out well likewise dealings 1 ith much older people with cotter vative LEO July 23 223 Think act Ca reer moves VIRGO 23 22 Catch and correct errors be fore they are caught beyond your reach LIBRA 23 22 Give your favorite projects shove New ventures thrive better than SCORPIO 23 21 Prospects unfold ahead of yo for increase in both responsib ihty and returns for carryin it SAGITTARIUS 22Dec Cultivate the art of listen Personal secrets open J your and the ol ligation for discretion alon with keys to further develop CAPRICORN 22 Ja 19 Expect and facilita changes in working conditions temporary overtim if conditions AQUARIUS 20 Fc If you have a delicate i sue of any particularly 1 today is the time to devel op a heavy hand on one side or the PISCES 19 March This will be a day to remem ber for all the lively people and 1971 By The Chicago Tribune Expropriation report soon EDMONTON CP The in itial report on expropriation in Alberta is scheduled to he re leased in Wilbur director of the law societys re search committee said speaking at a Hotary Club said Al bertans can expect the report to recommend fair provision for market value and distur bance I expect the report will also recommend that those whose land is being expropriated is given a say in the proceeding and should make a recommen dation concerning what tribu nal will be allowed to fix the value of the expropriated prop erty The seismograph Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Alan age of for his question How does a seismograph work Through the Andy has answered many questions about And each time he managed to sneak in this sug The world needs many more seismology teams with lots o superior equipment and a chance to probe every detail that goes on in the restless crust of the This logical in give the knowhow required to predict when and where an earthquake is likely to Until we tackle this basic seismology big sudden will continue to shake up crowded During the past ser ious earthquakes have shaken Peru and Sumat ra and other far flung regions around the On Februar a fairly serious one brougli disaster to several crowded communities hi southern Call This state tends to be earthquake prone because here the earths crust has severa major plus a network o hundreds of minor Earth quakes from major faults are though not yet predic But Februarys shudder GOREN ON BRIDGE vulner as South you hold 910962 The bidding has proceeded West North East South 1 Z 4 What do you bid BY CHARLES GOREN 16 If 71 Br Tnc Ctikm TribMIl WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ neither vul you hold 3K6 OAQ5 The bidding has proceeded South West North East I A Pass 2 fits t What do you bid twwl you hold 45 W01083 OAQIOIZ The bidding has proceeded North East South i 2 y t What do you bid as South you hold TAQ7Z 09 Ttic bidding has proceeded South Wrst North East l Pass 1 0 What do you do now vulner as South you hoM AS Z Am s 6 3 2 c QS The hifMinR has procecdrd I North South 3 A NT Pass What do you bid As South yon hold neither side vulnerable OAKJ4 The bidding has proceeded West North East Soulli Pass Pass 1 V 2V 4 W Pass Pass what do you bid now 7Botfc Your partner opens with four hearts and you hold CJB 5AKW2 What do you hid ss South you OA92 The bidding has proceeded North East Sonth j A 2 Pasn 3 f 3 Pasi What do ou bid now Look jar tiuwert ing shake was triggered by one of the minor Seismologists located in spe cial stations keep records of earthquakes and watch their patterns on a global A sensitive seismograph instru ment measures the pulsing vi bration that an earthquake sends through the solid earth in all Some vibrations take horizontal paths through the crustal Other types take vertical paths and tan i gente down through the A seismograph registers these vibration patterns and records them on graphs called seismo Basically the sensitive instru ment is a suspended firmly anchored into a massive foundation of rock or concrete The sturdy foundation i g n o r e s everyday surface such as passing But it responds to earthquake ubration and relax s them to l he weight The i heavy weight tends to resist 1 and this causes its suppoi t to echo in harmony with the ubra tirm An attachment rc I cord the details Thus lie an automatic pen that lines a graph on a revolving drum Or it inav be a mnrr accurate mod i ern device that triggers an i electromagnetic mcas I urod by 8 A beam of reflected light marks this inely detailed seismograph on a photographic A seismology center has a priority communications sys em with other stations and a1 east three One specializes in the north eas vibration paths through the crustal another in the east west horizontal Another seismograph records and reports the complex pat ierns of the vertical vibrations Jiat travel down through the All seismographs can report the duration and likely strength of an But its epi center and local magnitude can not be figured from one sta This is pinpointed by tri angulating evidence from sev eral widely separated seismol ogy The complicated comparisons and computings begm at long before the aftermaths of a major quake have gentled down to Andy sends a World Book Globe to Barley Edward Car age of Cape Girar for his ques tion How can an earthworm see This quiet little fellow hap pens to be one of Andys favor ite He lives a very useful making burrows to et air and water down into the He also devours rotting leaves and helps to break them down into usable food chemi cals for the plant And he does all this spelndid work with no legs to get he has a little a head end and a tail plus tiny bristles on his tummy to help him But ho has no eyes like yours yet hn manj ages to see the things that are important to He sees what he sees with cells in his pink special cells that are senitivc to Dozens of them are crowded around his head and the I two ends likely to poke They sense bright light and shadows and his nerves flash these reports to hi liny He escapes from vivid sunshine because it dries i his moist skin The earthworm has other cells that sense chemicals and favorite His hearing is feeble but ho can detect the vibrations of 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