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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IfTHBKIDGf HffcALD Match 1971 Your Horoscope By JEANE D1XON YOUR BIRTHDAY TO DAY By taking extra care to conserve your energies for the critical this can be a profitable and en joyable Community ac tivities offer a wide range of opportunity for both social and career To days natives as a group have far more crises and struggles early in life than most are generally both ambitious and foresight Usually there is also a special aptitude for formal disciplines such as ARIES March 21 April Coincidences put you into con tact with people of consider ably more personal resources than TAURUS April 20 May Take your luck in stride waste Given remand on drug charge EDMONTON CCP An drew Thompson of Edmonton Monday was re manded to Thursday on charges of possession of worth of drugs for the pur poses of RCMP told the court that de tectives had stopped a car in the early hours of Sunday and during a search found capsules of a dnig believed to be LSD and at least three ounces of a drug believed to be no time just go ahead with the GEMINI May 21 June Cash in and collect your re Add to your savings CANCER June 21 July Teamwork is the key to suc cess It isnt a matter of progress but of holding action against unwanted LEO July 23 22 However live personal experience is beyond compari son with being a spectator watching mass VIRGO Aug23 Prospects seem bright enough to keep you and associates all in good humor and producing LIBRA 23 Social advances bring further openings in both busi ness and private SCORPIO 23 Fast talkers abound be as quick with your listening stay ahead of them and out of their SAGITTARIUS Good even in rou tine comes for you or somebody near CAPRICORN 22 Keep your de tails of plans to yourself at present AQUARIUS 20 As friends and acquaint ances offer mostly pleasant but time to put in a full workday seems a trifle inconvenient but is really PISCES 19March Where you have been promised strive to obtain 1971 By The Chicago Tribune Dear Lamb I would like to know what gastritis is and also Are they re ated in any way what are some of the foods it would be better not to eat What is good to take for it Dear Reader There are a few standard clues to medical erminology that are useful for everyone to One of these is the ending Whenever rau see this term used you can v certain that it means in gastritis is inflammation of the Colitis is inflammation of the Appendicitis is i n f 1 ani mation of the Lar yngitis is inflammation of the Sinusitis is inflamma ion of the Bursitis is in lamination of the bursaw the ining around the Neph ritis is inflammation of the kid neys nephro refers to Cystitis is inflammation of the Inflammation does not al ways mean an al though that is one way to pro duce Inflammation can be caused by chemical mechanical bums and as well as Gastritis is usually caused by an excess arnount of the acid Census to seek family details OTTAWA CP The 1971 census will gather detailed in formation from onethird of Canadian residents on their vocational work and commuting The government says the in formation will be valuable to both government and private agencies planning for the industrial All estimated now at close to 22 will be required to give standard census information about marital mother tongue and re lationship to the head of their Most of these questions have been asked of everyone in every decennial census since the first was taken in The question of mother language first spoken and still understood was first asked in 1901 and has been repeated at every census since By asking moresearching questions of onethird of the the Dominion Bu reau of Statistics census work ers can compute figures for the whols These additional questions start with the simple Where were you born and What is your religion They have been asked in every census since Since censustakers have asked what language is most often spoken at home and whether individuals can speak English or French well enough to conduct a conversa Since the start of the cen questions have been asked about schooling and university This some of the new ques tions to be asked are Where did you attend your highest grade of elementary or secondary school The in formation is needed to make a proper assessment of school since school sys tems vary from province to How many years of school ing have you had since sec ondary school and Do you have a university cer tificate or diploma The an swers to these questions will indicate the countrys edu caional says the bu Have you ever completed a fulltime vocational course of three months or longer Information about apprentice ship training in various fields such as auto mechanics or ac counting will enable education and manpower authorities to complete an inventory and as sess future GOHEN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES GOREN 1C 1971 By The Chicago Tritunil Neither North NORTH O AK Q WEST EAST A 6 A 8 7 3 3 8 7 4 3 O in 9832 O74 10 7 4 A J 5 2 SOtTH A K Q J 10 9 5 0 JG5 The bidding North East South West A Pass 1 A J NT Pass 3 A Pass 3 NT Pass 4 A Pass Pass Pass Opening leadt Ten of 0 A rather unusual entry destroying play by West m todays hand forced declarer to pay a toll for the touch of grefd which he exhibited during the The first two rounds of bidding were South made a game forcing jump rchid of thrco IWth proceeded naturally to Ihiee no At this the proper procedure by is to pass inasmuch as his hand is quite suitable fop TIis decision to continue in vai influ intcij iiy iKidue desire to the HKi Hit ten The queen was played from and East began an echo with the seven to show a Declarer proceeded to draw trumps at once by leading a small spade to the king in his West now made the very astute play of ting South to held the Unless East had the king of hearts was an eventu ality that would take care of the only hope West had to defeat the contract was to give his partner a diamond In order to produce this the trump drawing process must be Declarer continued with a second spade and West was He returned the deuce of duly noting his partners South was in the dummy at this point with no quick reentry to his hand to draw the last He led a heart to the king lost to Wests The latter led another diamond which East trumped with the eight of spades and then cashed tha ace of clubs lor the setting I Declarer could have nulli fied the effect of defense by going after the hearts in order to establish a diamond West lot him hold the lead to the king of Ihore vrmld hmo been no problem M nil had North been permitted to remain m jbjfffi JVQ LAWRENCE ms is to inflammation pepsin juice normally secreted by the You of have an acute gastri like the person who has al coholic gastritis after an epi sode of drinking too much alco Colitis is often associated with poor bowel habits and sometimes nervous Im pulses from the nervous sys usually as a result of pro longed anxiety and can at least contribute to the prob lem of gastritis and In both instances it is better to eat bland foods and avoid those which are heavily Low fat uncreamed cot tage baked chicken and fish are usually Some people with co litis have trouble with certain but they will soon learn which ones to Gastiitis is often relieved by taking antacids usually those made with aluminum hydrox ide which can be obtained in either tablet or liquid form in the drugstore without a pre Persons who have a persistent problem with either their stomach or their should see a physi cian for a complete evaluation to determine the TUMBLEWEEDSBy TOM RYAN Stars and planets Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Pat age of for his question Do they know how stars and planets are formed The brainiest scholars have been trying to answer this question for at least 5000 But even modem as tronomers cannot state def initely how our own solar sys tem was they have amassed a mountain of information on the From this they form or likely Not all of them agree with the same But they do agree that other starry suns and planets were created in more or less the same way our own solar First they had to learn the tme size and shape of our own solar For thousands of astronomers did not know But patiently they kept accurate charts of how the heavenly bodies appear to move in the they thought that everything in the universe moved around the earth even Then in the Polish astronomer Copernicus suggested that the planets revolve around the other astron omers proved this to be It was necessary to know what our sun and its planets are really like before anyone could find the truth about how they were For thousands of years man kind wondered and By the 17th serious scholars knew enough to start on the problem of how solar systems really are In the German Em manuel suggested that our sun and its planets con densed when an enormous cos mic cloud of gases started spinning and became In the French scholar La place suggested that the ori ginal cosmic cloud was hot From these two ideas came the Nebula the the ory that stars and planets form from enormous clouds of spin ning gases This theory seems to fit the known But in the English scholar James Jeans suggested that a passing star pulled huge streamers of ma terial from our Out in 1 these swirling stream ers condensed and be came he solid IIow in the astronomers proved that this socalled Tidal Theory was I the most popular I theory is the Nehula Hypothe sis Astronomers know a great deal about the Solar System j and the All the facts to agree that at least our starry sun and its family of planets formed from an enor mous cloud of The evi dence suggests that this start ed more than five billion years when mysterious forces made the fumy gases con dense and form a huge mass in the Other mys terious forces made the shrinking cloud spin around like a The sun formed in the Around circles of thinner material condensed and formed the orbiting Astronomers know of count less stars like our If our solar system formed from a vast cloud of cosmic then maybe they did If this is really then perhaps many or most of them also formed planets in the same But at this Nebula Hypothesis is still a a likely explanation based on a lot of known We need more evidence to prove it to be Questions by cnilflren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Box Huntington California Copyright Chronicle Publishing 1971 OH YER WONPERIN WHY IM SlTTIN1 mt WITH THIS HUH m KIP ASKEP ME f WATCH IT FOR HER WHILE SHESSHDPPINiSEE fhahaha HfJrlJUSWIHE KIP A FAVOR IT 3n MINP IF I JUST 5TANP HERE A WHILE AMP PRINK IT ALL IN I WANNATREASUI BlONDIEBy Chic Young BEETLE BAILEYBy Mort DID ay ANY I f VDUCK LIL ABNERBy Al Copp THE COMPOSITE MALE IDEAL VOTED BY 15 MILLION NOT ONE OF THOSE 15 MILLION VOTES SPECIFIED ANY ARCHIEBy Bob Montana Steal art works FTUVKFTRT West Germany i Router i Three thieves Mon i tlaj stole works by Coiregio and Bellini worth a total of about from the apartment of 75year nld nrt historian Julius Slreiten rient arnver in Flontla for a twoday golfing weekend at i P a 1 m e r s Bay Hill Country 1 Council option accepted CRANBROOK Pifteen year city clerk Robertson accepted city coun cil option of continuing on city staff at unaltered salary as as sistant city following city administration implementation of a recent ob study by busi ness consultants Gordon and Company of Cal First recommendation was establish m e n t of a new post of administrator to coor dinate with four year city treasurer named for a probat i o n a r y six Bland at a slightly higher salary than the city Doubling his office under the basic salary to include city rlerk post was decided in mid Febniary with Robertson to resign or revert to as with March 12 deadline for decision To lighten Hoovers continuing responsibil ities as city appoint ment of an assistant treasurer is pending The city has now agreed to a further consultant job by Gordon to investi gate operations of the city en gineering and city recreation and parks departments to make recommendations con cerning their functioning and efficiency probably by early Additional expenses of up to have also been budgeted for this THE 1 YOU FINALLY NSRESSIVE TO TAKE S HE SKI LESSONSJSTARTED cxrr ON SHOfO SKIS EVERY DAY HE J MOVES UP TO AND A HI AND LOISBy Dik Browne PROJECT IM GOM3 TURN IN SHORT RIBSBy Frank ONeal CITS COSTS TORONTO CP Fluoridat ed water has cut costs of dental care in a survey of children in suburban North York has BUGS BUNNY HOWS CICERO CDMIN ALONG WITH MIS MUSICJ ;