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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THI lETHtillDGE HERALD March 1971 Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON MARCH 19 YOUR BIRTHDAY TO DAY Challenge is the watchword in the turbulent year Changes occur suddenly from causes beyond immediate reach or full Consis tent and conservative prepara tions stand you in good stead when dramatic moments ar Romantic and senti mental matters are at times but are not m the rush of Todays natives are interested in a wide range of human usually some what slow to talk about Often they thrive best in places far away from their ARIES March 21 April Play it safe today on all Review your earn and plan for ad justing a more favorable bal TAURUS April 20 May Steady diligence brings notice and promise of future GEMINI May 21 June Doing more than routine today is beyond reasonable expecta CANCER June 21 July It is all too easy to stir people up perhaps even be stuck with clearing up the errors of LEO July 23 Neglecting go ahead without great concern for the mocd changes of friends and VIRGO 23 Self confidence is its own vindication now where you lack a competitor pops up and youre in for a hard LIBRA 23 You cant afford to wait for others to come up to your stage of development and to days SCORPIO 23 Attend to existing responsibili or find others will ing to carry SAGITTARIUS Somebody wants to know your what you will per where you draw the CAPRICORN and figures may check out and still leave you on the short AQUARIUS 20 Today brings clashes of perhaps squabbles among people you PISCES 19March Work your way through a com plexity of changing moods and 1971 By The Chicago Tribune LAWRENCE Radiation in body can be measured less The atmosphere screens out the more harmful types of radiation from the sun but some still get to Dear Lamb Since 1 am a 1 m o s t a I would like to know which nuts are most I eat daily nuts and meat sub stitutes made by Seven Day I use peanut butter which has oil on not homo I love At my doctor says I am in good Dear Reader You are prob ably getting less saturated fat and more polyunsaturated fat in your diet than most Ameri cans and your total fat intake is probabfy Most vege tables have little fat content idea if you have had too much t d j of what tt or if there is really nothing to B polyunsatur worry j ato4 We all get radiation of some Dear Lamb Is there some way of finding out the amount of radiation the body has accumulated from X rays Is there a specialist who could give us a definite answer Does this radiation ever leave the body Dear Reader It is not easy to find a medical center that can really do A called a whole body counter has the ability to determine the amount of radiation the body That would give some indirect of if you were to list all the X rays and procedures that might have exposed you to ra a specialist in radiology could give you a pietty good Wasps nest Andy serxis a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Kirk Pulsi age of San Cal for his question Do all wasps make nests of mud Some wasps use mud to mold pretty little vases other mold packages of tiny There are hundreds of different wasps and many of them use other materials to build their In some families they use homemade papery mater Others dig tunnels in wood and some mine tunnels in the Many wasps do not bother to build nests at They find ready made holes in the ground to lay their As a these wasps also stuff in a spider or an in sect for the young grubs to Host grown up wasps feed on sap or plant But their growing grubs must eat insects or The grown ups have many different plans for solving this The handsome hornets and yel ow jackets share a social life vith a large They are called the social The rorkers chew up dried wood jnd mold the soggy mixture in lat layers to build cells like loney The dry mater al forms sturdy brown Some social wasps flat comb and stick it under a sheltering Others hang a nest like a football on a bough and cover it with a shell of water proof The work er wasps catch insect chew it up and serve it to the grubs in fee Hundreds of wasps in other amilies prefer to live They are called solitary wasps many of them live very busy All by sort Radiation frnir the sun striking the earth is a Concerning I have cal culated the ratio of saturated major source of energy for all fat to polyunsaturated fat as forms of Without it the I reported by the Agncul Department for shelled earth would be a cold and life1 llre nuls English walnuts Safflower Seeds Black walnuts Sunflower seeds Beech nuts Environment week OTTAWA fCT The Senate gave second reading Tuesday to a bill to establish the second week in October as Canadian National Environment The bill was sent to the Senate health committee for I Filberts Pecans Almonds Peanuts Brazil nuts Cashew nuts Coconut meat 1 to 1 to 1 to 1 to 1 to 1 to 33 1 to 1 to 1 to 1 to to is almost al has already passed the Comj saturated fat with only a trace of polyunsaturated BY CHARLES GOREN By The Tllbund Both East NORTH AKQ6 V QJ742 0 J109 AQ2 WEST A 103 A J9S42 075 4K8C3 GOREN ON BRIDGE fore become routine for hint he regains the lead to strip out the spades and hearts and clubs before making a diamond When West goes in with tha queen of that he will be forced to surrender a trick on the West decided to risk a possible overtrick in an effort to get Eart to make a play for At trick three he returned the four of East put up the eight and was someuhat surprised when he held the too sur to come hack with a South played the deuce and West i vith the The latter now exited with a j tnimp and waited to score I the setting trick later with the km of j Declirer vas admitted i victim of unfavorable distribution as well as some sparkling lie could i have trapped up the by permitting West i to hold the first trick wilh tha turn by the king and j Jack of The latter will Declarer ltd a spade to prt surnabKcontinue the suit Norths queen in order to try hno Fast ncier gets the heart which lost j AIIIT tramps are to Wests kmi I Sliili spades There a temptation thrn the jack of OKQ84 jio 9 a 4 SOUTH A A 7 5 r A 10 9 6 0 A 6 3 2 A 7 The bidding East South Pass I NT Pass 2 t Pass Pass build the moiher has choose the right find the right ma build ter nest and pro vide food for her A miner wasp digs a tunnel in the A carpenter wasp digs a neat of cells in a tree Each cell holds one egg that hatches into The THATS NOT FROM ANY UTTU REPHAWED LETTER is FROM TUMBlEWEEDSBy TOM RYAN GO YOU STAREJ GAWK AN1 IU PLOW MY STACK a hungry wasp uses her spit to mix up a moist mor1 tar of dirt and She may plaster it on a stone and when it dries it becomes a very stur dy little Several different solitary vasps use their saliva to make nests of The potter wasp mixes a muddy paste and molds a neat little Of ten she fixes a row of her little jugs on a When they dry hard and she lays her eggs in The famous mud dauber mixes her muddy past and molds it into small tun She builds them side bv side and plasters the package in a safe If you scout around you may find a mud daubers nest on a tree or a post or under the porch Wasps build different nests of different materials But all of them change through the same stages of When the grubs become sleeping they need no more food and the grown wasps Even the social wasps desert their ela borate paper nests in the Only a few wasps live through the They start new fam iiles during the next summer Questions by cnildnm of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Huntington California Copyright Chronicle Publishing 1971 Food preservative may cause cancer doses in rats times higher than man gets in his The House subcommittee is examining the FDAs contention that mtrosamines present no imminent hazard and no reduc tion is required in the amount ol nitrite allowed in Lijinsky said several hundred drugs including some com monly used anti and appetite sup pressants are amines cap able of reacting with nitrite to form cancer causing nitrosa WASHINGTON API A noted medical specialist said here the government per mits excessive use of a food preservative that may cause The cancer Wil liam professor at Ep pley Research Institute at the University of Nebraska in said the Food and Drug Administration should allow barely onetenth the amount of nitrite preservative now perinit ed in cured meat and The main reason for adding nitrite to meat and possibly to fish appears to be cosmetic rather than functional and this would seem insufficient reason to take even a small risk with our Lijinsky said in testimony prepared for the House of Kepresentatives inter governmental relations subcom Nitrite Imparts the character istic red color to cured hot luncheon corned beef and smoked It is said also to prevent food poisoning called WASHINGTON AP An In Recent research with animals dependent producttesting or The government has never re quired testing of these drugs with nitrite added to determine whether the combination causes he Rayon blankets fire hazard North 2 West Pass 1 v Opening lead Jack ot A hasty and perhaps thoughtless play at the npen ing gun provided declarer at four ith emple cause to repent at West opened the ot clubs uhich cmred in has indicated nitrite combines in the body with other food and drug substances known as amines to produce a potent can cercausing class of agents known as FINDINGS DOUBTED In an article written with Har vard medical researcher Dr Samuel Lijinsky said last year Nitrosamines seem to be a major class of carcino gens that are likely to be cau sally related to cancer of indus trialized when the Nebraska research was disclosed late in 1970 an FDA Dr Leo said the findings wore based on nitrite and amine Health checkups really do help gamzation reported T u e s da that blankets containing 35 pe cent rayon catch fire in one sec ond when exposed to a The report comes nearly four years after Congress extender flammable fabrics laws to in elude Indications ar that the commerce departmen is more than a year away from issuing regulations to imple mtnt the congressional man date Consumers pubiishei of Consumer Reports magazine said in telegrams from it Mount hoadquar ters that the rayon blankets i tested caught fire four to five times as fast as allacrylic blan Woollen blanket dirl not ig nite at nH fthen a lighted match wns dropped on said Con sumers A spokesman fY the Ameri can Textile Manufacturers Insti uU1 most U Sproduced ON THE ALWAYS SORTA INSPIRES A FEELING OF REVERENCE IN BLONDIEBy Chic Young I WHAT PAUL DO IF HE COULD BE LOOXINS AT TELEVISION ii BEETLE BAILEYBy Morr Walker TVlE FIRST 6AME OF TME NEVV TrtS LITTLE YOU AND I UL ABNERBy Al Cnpp AW NO WIFE WOHT ALLOW NO EOILINPOINTER WEAR HER ARCHIEBy Bob Montana JUST TRY TO 1 MAKE AN DONT IMPRESSION JUST ON SIT THERE ALL NI6HT LIKE A CLOD I XM CALLING WE GOT YOU t THIS NICE THE MOST OF IT IrA AN ASENT FDR THE HI AND LOISBy Dik Browns DONT VOJ YOULL NEVER FIND IT UNTIL lea LOOK SHORT RIBSBy Frank ONeal show there no nsk in mlh those blankets that BHU tliriinliisrv cash the ton of clubs and then make a natnral in tni hope that he could Inrks Aith both ihc king queen of A moments odiumccd thcit fl pnssuf uonlrl nof succeed if in Declarer hd ace of IL will there is m with the ii and he re turns declarer with his Pitc trirk examination of tha holdings reveaU the is fafn am ai Im Jvisl s out of the It Irrlan r shrink ha planned Jus cjjouaicu j AP A 1 doctor says he has amassed I first scientific evidence that po Wankeh contain no more than nodic health checkups rayon and our lend to better health i Dr Moms Collen said that I I for five years he kept of lOufOO middleaged men in fuoi j those uho had pound icj j nTxhcal examinations and uno did not i Those lost work bofauio nf I had feu or chronic mod ion 1 prob rnrl uere loss likely to re j lue earlj lecause of j follon I director of medical varoh mfthods for KaisorFci1 inanonto modioal sen 10 j porlod the statistics litre Hie anrnial meeting of the Call Hie main hall deliberate fornia Medical ly i PONT 60 CVEH AND SEH IF VOU CAN BUGS BUNNY School reopens AR Y CTi The Connaucht Klemontary School in the onthwesl section re Wednesday after a ma I iif Sunday closed the Innlduit uhich houses 300 stu dents foi tuo officials bo th started in VEK NOTHINT BUT A SCROUNGIN BUM I PREFER THE TERM ;