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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta lETHSRIDGE HERALD J8 S.UTKDAY. MAHt'll hirtlulay loiLo lie- gins a time nt adjustment you pet U-.-.1 t.i people and things you'd ex- pected.'and with better g-ace than others hoped. Try to per- suade pfufilo to gi'uu veil, share sludii'ni indii'p: the whim.- .iiui wcos of those you can1 H'r It's n lor.g day of sm.ili tier.-c: prise bcnefkv GKMIM (May ,Ium By JEAN6 DIXON Push yesterday's ventures ahead, using the week-end Icc- wuy fully. Take it easy with loved ones, as they arc sensi- tive. CAXCISK (June 21-.hily Welcome changes in your ex- potential earnings are available if ycu look for tiiem. Final lime lo meditate, ask L'uidnnce. t.KO (July "li-Aug. Con-'d negotiations bring yau a long step "loser to goals and a time of consolidation, relaxa- tion. Apply new! y learned skilo. ei e-ck rcTnrts as yen go. tions VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Yo'.i terd tj be in the middle as people try to pursue ineom- patihle programs, expect too much of each other and of you. Intuition leavis strength a n d serenity. (Si'pl. Oct. Business is one friend- ship the main line for the mo- ment, love and romance out of favor or difficult. Keep your usual. DM'I tread on eiuolioti- perspcclive on all. at toes a.s you keep up with SCOKI'U) (Oct. 21 material progress. Kxpect little direct coopers- 1 AQIMHIU.S (Jan, 30-KcU. IS I: tion, much discovery in ineirien- 1 vcl.y emotional! lal or side-line activities. (lay (or scttlin; contracts. SAGHT.UIH'S (Nov. A little distance, real or symbolic, between you and oth- ers keeps life and business on a more even keel. Write im- portant letter's. lies, encounter momentary tan- AN APPLE ANO COOKIK, RT I'AI STILL ALWAYS ENOU6H FOR ME..J C'.M'nlCOKX 21-Jan. Money flows iii both dircc- a hit more readilv than claims, gles. Look to sec what you've done to upset mailers, make ccrreclions, PISCES (Fob. 10-March Assume an impersonal view- point; depend on your own ef- forts and resources, at least until the results begin to at- TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan tract spontaneous support. (1972: IJy Tlie Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB. M. D. Fetus formation is fascinating HAVE YOU HEAR? Of- WHOHOUCS SURE! MATTER 0 FACT I'M GONNA ATTENP A A.A. MeETIff NEXT WEEK! 5-21 Dear Or. l.aml) Would you area where the lungs and heart please write some information great arteries are devotop- on the gills of a liny develop- inS- the gills are losl. tin artery that normrdlv goes alcn i irn baby. 1 am an expectant Porpoise noises Andy sends a complete 2i) volume set of the World Cjok Encyclopedia to Cynthia Cole- mari, age of Kentfiold. California, for her rnie.sion: Do porpoises r r a i I y make noises? Tlie porpuiie and dolphin have been studied in marine down near a school of play- aquariums on both our east ful porpoises, these instruments and we.-1 coasts. All the experts record a constant racket of report that these small mem- torks and bleats, clicks and mixher and 1 think that is very I interesting. Are the gills near i Ihe ears? It seems like I have heard that somewhere. Dear Kcatier the can det let sounds up to 100.000 baby first starts developing, it cycles per second Hydrophones through the different are sensitive instruments for stages that we identify with detecting ultrasonics and nor- the evolution of the animal soe- ma! sounds under water. When i cies. Zoologists classify animals 8LONDlE-By Chic Young BLONDE i ANOTHER NEVj DRESS.' bers of the whale clan passed creaks, quacks and squawks, their I.Q. tests with flyirig col- plus an assortment of whistles ors. Several research teams: and olher noises in the ultra- reported that tiiey aj-e just i sonic range, about the gabbiest creatures in the saltv seas. However, so far from those beginning with cna cell organisms through f i s h, animals and man. This arrange- ment is called phylogeny. Indi- viduals who subscribe to evolu- Sounds of mucii faster nobody is quite certain how; the they aiake ihoir noisy chirps, whistles and giggles. Tlie porpoises and dolphins are cetaceans who share cer- tain remarkable family fea- tures with the huge ocean-going They are. of course, air breathing, warm-blocded mammals who give bir'h to live babies. They are very so- ciajbe animals, fond of each other's company and extremely good parents. But the most out- standing quality of the ceta- ceans is intelligence. They sorts md more easily water than air. And the porpoise has just the right ears to hear them. The that lead to ir.ncr ears lion feel that this is how man developed. When the fertilized ovum (egg) begins to develop into a baby, it undergoes a sequence of cvenLs which are veiy simi- lar to this organized classifica- tion of the animal world. Since conductor. We arc tain how he utters his noisy conversation. However, a few researchers believe that the porpoise can imitate the hu- man voice. Some years back, it was reported that a certain porpoise took it upon himself to repeat a man's speech. When the process of development leading to birth is called onto- SOUUdi not so expressed geny recapitulates which means that the develop- ment process recaps Ihe stages Oi evolulion In tiie ccurse of the each gill undergoes a transfer- j matiou and as these arches o'' Hie arteries arc changed they end up being the main arteries have in the body including the large aorta that feeds blocd to most of the body except the lungs, the pulmonary artery that feeds blood to the lungs and Ltie branches that go to the neck and head. Even the heart itself under- goes a scries of developmental changes. They are at one stage analogoxis to structures noted in fish, reptiles and finally nor- mal man. Almost all of Lire specialized organs of the body undergo such an evolutionary develop- ment. There is a species in Ihe animal kingdom that will con- tain seme structure entirely an- alogous to some temporary st-ato of the developing fetus. This entire complex process j carried out according to indivi-' ''onto- dual blueprints. The first cell fcrma Lion be Uv een the fcm a le egg and the sperm contains one- half of the blueprint from each parent, or the genes. will be the same for all the rest of "ft'lif DAGWOOO BUM5TEAC> I'VE HAD THIS OR ESS TVO YEARS T 7 HAVtfJ'T MOTICEO Lf. BUT THANKS FORR5MIWDING f ME-.J'LLfO RISMTOLir 7 AMO BUV A I NSW ONE y- V-( BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker development, one stage is thp Hie cells for the entire devclop- the man toll his v-ife about it, 1ln she bushed and clear. The i "I'P" P fish stage and there are gills i ing process. entirely analogous to those seen! I agree with you. The entire tre iccated th? process is absohitely fascinat- if tiie fetus near the ing. MY 6ALUTB lit ABNER-By Al Copp Go It's dee-lishosl! It's dee-. make use of their extra copycat porpoise imitated that, krge brains and some re- too or so the story goes searchers suspect that they may be the smartest animals in the whole worll. Most other cetaceans travel in family groups enjoying their merry marine life to tiie full .Vaturally they keep in con-, teras to lwate and tact with each other, both for j stacles_ Kormal reasons of safety and sociabil- ity. they have a sort of built-in radar system, similar to the bat's. This sys- tem ecbos ultrasonic sourrfs, There is reliable evidence that porpoises have a sizeable vocabulavly for among thc-niselves. Also, they obviously use their radar s.vs- ob- ;ich high C. can echo from an ocean-going line r. But por- hearing from smaller objecls sucli as inquest to detect the ultrasonic thc cause of death of one of bis cal in that the exact rate is not But the rale In heart trans- plants was 100 per cent, he said. It's his It's a drauJi! up fastIV '.....V ARCHIE-Ey Bob Montana way above tjic human hearing inicrcstinS foal items. range, wmcn is afjoiU cycles per second. To make it uork, the porpoise must have super-keen hearing, plus a methcd for creating sounds. Tests prove that Iho inner j ears of l-he average porpoise of Herald rearlers snoulrl mailed to Ask Andy, P 0. Box ;S5, lluntington Beaca, California fl2GJ3 Clirouiclc) ruhiisliing Co. 15721 patients that the morality rate j sfop people from j I for obssity opera'jons is lower having the operation. Dr. Drouin also told the in- auest how he selects patients. Questions asiierj u> cniMien in some other elected sur- gical operations. Testifying before Dr. B. They must have had a weight I Cclnani and the five-msmber j (or Bt Icast five ve jury._Dr. Drouin also said_ Uia have tried olher GOREN ON BRIDGE ICl BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1771. BT 1X1 Cliuil North-South vulnerable. South (jc-als. NORTH A 2 'j Kins A K J 10'. 8T i Wfsr EAST A A to 5 1 A Q .I 5 i ft R 4 0 Q 9 6 i; 11 A .1 in 6 SOUTH A A K Q f 0 A A Q Try: bidding Soulh West i ft .1 t Pan Opening Pass East J'ass Pas' ce of When West made a preemptive jump overcall of three hearts over South's opening one spade bid. U presented North with a slight problem. (lame was by n3 means certain and yet a profit appeared reasonably assured on defense, for >.porth could expect lo take (hree tricks and the opening bidder mioht he counted on (or three. Altho the double is for penalties, partner is obliged (o leave it in if his holding is not suited for de- fense. South wss reluctant, to sot- lie for a lesser protit Ihe deal and inasmuch as he had 2 self-sufficient suit includ- ing ICO honor.1, he jumped to four spades. But for a flaw in- declarer technique, his judgment would have been rewarded with a handsome profit on the deal. West got off to the most 'iective lead of the ace of ii e a r t s, followed by the fiueen. South covered with T-'orlh's king and East ruffed v.ith the three of spades. The shift was to the jack of clubs. South played the queen v.'hich lost to West's king to complete the defen- sive book. West exited with the jack of hearts ruffed by declarer ar.d after the latter drew the outstanding trump, he fi- the jack of diamonds. Whon this lost to East's queen, South scored, the deal up as a washout. Declarer could have as- sured success by merely re- fusing lo cover West's o.ueen of hearts ?.t trick nii'ting the laUer to hold the trick. II the latter continues tbe suit, East will presuma- biv ruff the king, but now South can overruff. draw trumps ar.d take ths dia- mond finesse with complete confidence. Iv.-en if East turns up with the queen, it is the third and final trick for the defense, [or now North's dia- mond suit provides a discard for tho queen of clubs and declarer has the rest of the treks It Kast ruffs the second round of hearts to make the club shift, South can put no IJ'p ace. draw trump and then cross over t5 the king of diamonds to discard the ft'ieh-n of clubs on the king of hearts. The ley to the hand for declarer to protect his club holding from attack before he was in position to take full command of tho proceedings, rijk factor for the o'oesity oper- iition is no greater than for any nthcr cperation fat people un- dergo. Thp. inquest is inquiring into i tho death of Demise Seguin, one of five Ottawa area persons who (Jietl following operations to cure weight problems. One of Ihe deaths was Mrs. Seguin's sister, operated on the same day, also by Dr. Drouin. Mrs. Seguin, mother of boys, weighed almost 3CO pounds prior to her operation in May, 1071. XOT KXOW.V Usolying lo questions m Ihe mortality rate on tho olwsity op- to bo five per cent in Western Drouin sr.Ul thc question hypotheti- I of reducing, including diet and ex- ercise. lie also said he talked to them about the risks involved, includ- ing the fact that some people do net lose any weight at all. But if successful, the patient would ICKC up to 100 pounds in the first year. The weight loss would then decline urtiil "it sta-' biliied." lie said extensive medical I tests are taken. Only after the tests, was it determined whether thn patient was a can- didate for the operation. OH .'HE'LL x OUSHEAD BE RELIEVED I TO PISCOVER HE SAT Birr THE RRE. MARSHAL) IT ONLY WON AUOW... RED LIGHT TO J.OOK LIKE A FIRE.' IT'S WHILE WE'RE MISS 6RUNW, S STUDYING IS IT TRUE YOU'VE PUT FRANKLIN.' A FRANKLIN STOVE IN YOUR ROOM? THEREAU THROU6H LUNCH... HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne New hassle about Lake Louise plan OTTAWA (Cl'i Northern j Development Minister .lean Chretien got into another Com- mons hassle about a project, 1 backed by Imperial Oil, to build a tourist village at Lake Louise, in Banff National Park. Mark Rose (DNP Frascr I Valley West) asked whether "Esso Lake Louise." is a spe- cial case in thc government's policy against further commer- 1 ci.ilism in national parks. Mr. Chretien said no final de- has been taken by the i government, but commercial i activities have been carried on at Harff for at least years. Former prime minister John i Diefenbaker asked for a Com- I innns debate on the subject be- fore any decision is taken. Mr. Chretien sairl public i meetings are being held on thc issue and he could be question- in a Commons commillee, Japanese may purchase more Canadian seeds RED DKKR (CP) Cana- dian seed growers could end up with more sales to Japan as the result of ;i technical seed mis-1 sion lo thai country next month. Bui iy feiliy V.'ntr'.ii.s, Sask.. president o[ the Cana- dian Seed Growers' Associa- tion, said it is Ihe inriustry'i job to ensure the market dc- velous. "The mission cannot sell the seed. It is up to thc trade to fellow up wilh their order books anrl do business Bill Robertson of the federal department of industry, trade and commerce told Ihe annual meeting of the feed growers' Alborta 'brand) Jf.pan HELLO, THERE .'I'M FROM THE BIG ROCK: INSURANCE COMPANY SORRY-I ALREADY HAVE FIRE INSURANCE, MORTSASE INSURANCE, AUTO INSURANCE.CAMERA INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE, COUS6E IMSUWHCS... AHA.' BUT WHAT IF SQMETHIHQ HAPPENED TO THOSS POltOES HAVE YOU THOUGHr OF INSURANCE INSURANCE? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY pected lo inc-rense its forage times by to meet higher beef demands. It has became harder for Ca- nadian growers to sell in Europe. said, because of de- mend lor specific varieties. I Tho Ij itcil Sh'.tc; U Canada's! biggest customer for seed but oilier markets should be cricour-1 aged In reduce dependence on I one markel. I GOTA WHOLE MEW LIME O' GIWMICKS T' SI-IOWYA: ;