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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 IHI UIHHIDGf HKAID March Your Horoscope By JEANE DIXON THVRSIHY APRIL 1 Tour Birthday Today There opens for you an active year of trial and changes of and very possibly a com p 1 e t e twitch from one vocation to Your home and fam ily affairs develop many com Todays na tives have restless I licity you offer the Quiet ly attend to your regular stressing the more routine ac SAGITTARIUS 22 Dee If ou can slay on the side you learn more and at the end of the day are in a much better CAPRICORN nves nave and Remai independent wtach rene Remain se they often change from one extreme to another as they ARIES March 21April Personal affairs require your attention and may now become permitting no further Spend the rest of the month following up present de TAURUS April 20May Surprises are in store for What seems like a practical joke turns out to be he real and vice versa Your sense of humor and intuition combine for the best guidance May IlJnne D Use your or keep it arid act on mainly intellec tual Ferret out addi tional CANCER June 21Jnly Finish or at least bring to a good stopping place all projects youre involved as there is a significant interruption or shift in LEO July What you want to do rims counter to what you must Be re mindful of your wel fare from the longrange point rene despite AQUARIUS Keeping vow sense of humor may help bring things into bal Anticipate sudden reversals of amongst rour PISCES ISMarch Children and creative projects are involved in surprise hap Your alert and sen sible reactions become very im portant Anything you begin odav has odd of VIRGO Avoid tendencies toward dis Agreements are easier if you wait until rather LIBRA 23 Seek a holiday mood with plea well known companions Avoid business decisions anc personal commitments SCORPIO 23 Nov The less provocation and pub The Friendly Staff at MARTENS FOODS COALDALE Invite You to ECONOMIZE on these QUALITY FOODS K1NG SIZE With Order MEAT DEPARTMENT PORK STEAK HALIBUT STEAK 890 PIONEER BACON Ib LAWRENCE Ruptured appendix not always fatal Dear Lamb I just had an appendectomy and was told by the surgeon that it had been chronic and then turned He found it to be per When I asked what this he told me that the next step would have been Can you explain this Dear Reader Chronic ap pendicitis is usually consider ed to be rather Inter mittent attacks of not clearly some times are noted before a defin ite attack Appendicitis simply means inflammation of the The appendix is a fin ger like projection at the bund Hawaiian Islands Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Roberta 01 age of for her question How were the Hawaiian Islands formed The planet earth never stops remodelling its The major goes on very Inch by through countless mas sive mountains arise and wear Even the big sturdy con tinents gradually creep around the These changes oc cur in the rocky And most of the global crust is down below oceans of sea The formation of the Hawaiian Islands began in the deep sea bed below the Pa This geography story started whoknows how many mil lions of years Even if there had been people around at that they would not have noticed it For it began below three miles of sea way out there near the centre of the vast North Pacific The seabed erupted and left a pile of ashes and vol canic Perhaps the erup tion triggered a tidal wave that swept outward for hundreds of miles and doused the distant 490 450 PRODUCE Lettuce 2 w Cantaloupe or Strawberries 3ff 4 for I GROCERY Royal Jelly Powder 80 Paulins Sodas 3 Country Corn Flakes 4 fw Tenderflake Lard 5 Macaroni 690 But no people were there to notice This first volcano was bom in a restless region of the earths deep under the Others erupted and in time it had a row of neighbors Time after time these vol canoes erupted and each time their piles of lava grew big Gradually they grew then two miles and three miLes At last they were tall enough to reach the sur The sunlit surface teemed with sea Some of them crusted the underwater slopes with stoney After a few more first then another volcano lifted its peak above the water and is lands were Time after the the rains and the pounding waves tried to smash them back But each time they grew taller and at last the new islands were tall enough to stand securely out there in the lonely These were the western is lands of As they other volcanoes began erupt j ing from the sea Gradual i one by one they formed a ong chain of islands toward the Their volcanoes eruptd masses of lava from deep down in the earths and all the islands grew 3ut at the oldest volcanoes on the western islands grew old and Then the the rains and the pounding waves wore down their Now these older islands at the west ern e n d of the chain are little islets of sand and Toward the southeast end oi the some of the younger islands still have active vol They still are growing loo fast for the waves and weather to wear them But all the Hawaiian Islands large and young and old massive volcanic moun standing on the sea bed iree miles or more below the The birth of an ocean island is a great event and from far other dry lands send gifts to the new Coco nuts wash up on its take root and become The winds bring spores and perhaps a few Per haps a few small drift ing on floating get ship wrecked on the Globe travelling birds bring seeds and other small It took mil lions of years for each island to climb above the But end of the large When it is it be comes enlarged and In the with the pres sure inside of the appendix sometimes ruptures or perfor The hole through the wall of the appendix then allows juices and contents from the intestinal tract to leak out into the abdominal The abd o m i n a 1 cavity completely lined with a thin membrane which we call the The intestinal con tents contain a lot of bacteria as well as chemically irritat ng It is usually the that set up an inflammation of the perito neum called peritonitis The organisms and he extent of the de ermine how serious it really In the days before antibio ics were following was a very serious It still is not a pleasant experi but it is far less danger ous today than it was former Dear Lamb I have lhad pus in my urine after extensive was found to have If a man has to have his pros tate can he still have sex relations Dear Reader We are con cerned with the ending ITIS in medical Prostati tis means inflammation of the prostate Tne tiny pros tate gland surrounds the ure thral tube that allows urine to flow out of the In flammation of this small gland is very common in This can be an acute in cluding some of the types oi bacteria that are normally jresent in the intestinal tract Acute infections of this sort can cause pain and even fever f the bacteria can be identi the proper antibiotic is In older people a prolonged form of prostatitis sometimes develops which causes the prostate gland to enlarge or squeeze down on ths urethra tube at the outlet of the blad This is the usual reasor for an operation on the pros tate the person can return to normal sex life after complete recovery from the ON UlUiEAN A STRA6MT TWO FiNSSS A 5TKAI6HT OUlEAXASntASSHTEAll 3 rUMSLEWEEDSBy TOM RYAN WHATSIrlEPlFFERrKE ITSALUINTHB FAMPLYJ MY ONCUE BLONDIEBy Chic Youna BUT iir r WAVE BOOHOOHOO 1 YOU NEVER REMEM3EC AWY OF OUR SPECIAL T CANY REMEMBER WHETHER J WOULO UAVB OP MOT in only 50 years or its dry land is cloied in green plants and populated with animals from Questions asltefl cy children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Box HunHngton California Copyright Chronicle Publishing 1971 Drank convicts die CP Tw Inmates of the Agassiz Moun tain Prison died after they drank which contain methyl at the prison John Thomas 50 and Vernon died hospital in A prison spokesman said in mates are allowed small quan titles of shellac and paint thin ners for work on H said no other prisoners wer believed Billionaire oil GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES GOREN a ITHi Br Tftt Chiun Truant NorthSouth South NORTH 4AK84J VA64 0 QJ8 65 WEST EAST Q JM 7 5 A Void 10S2 VK8753 SOUTH 0 AK107654 given concession LONDON Peuter One of j he biggesf offshore oil concesj sions pver awarded m tho Mid din has been hy Imtcd States oiJ billionaire Wendell authoritative SfiinTVS JiriJi It is that the con cession has been grafted by the mler of ow of the states at to the oilrich Persian and includes not his territorial waters but he mntmental shelf lo a depth of feet j A spokesman for Phil1 lips confirmed hat the conces1 f ion has granted by tho nilr f Rm i u Phillips as M he Ucivie fill o I hf oncosMon r for about 450 miles nlonfi thp ern coast of Oman and varies ui from 31 to 75 The bidding South West North East 10 Z A 3 A 3 0 Pass 5 0 Past Pass Pass Opening lead Queen of The bidding provided de clarer with a road map that clearly indicated the strategy required to land his game rontract Failure to heed the information he had received ran perhaps be attributed to the sheer force of habit which controls the play of a great many per game in A better procedure on his per would have been to cue bid three spades which might well have induced South to try the shorter road to West decided to open the queen of spades against the final for he was convinced that partners run out from Norths double of spades was based on sn extreme shortness In that The evidence was clear cut to declarer that East was void and would ruff in with an air of What can 1 drj about it South put up the king of spades from East promptly put the threa of diamonds to good use to trump the and switched to the queen of South put up the drew trump and then took the heart When it lost to Easts the latter cashed a club to set the The solution to declarerj problem is essentially quits The way to avoid ft first round ruff is to refuse to coicr the opening lead or spade South can cojnt 11 iop tricks once he is eble to get ltdocsntreally Urn formers fll the Bridge As thereader wiii observo matter to him from an examination of the j opponents get their Wests jump to two sparles was a preemptive mercall designed to interrupt the smooth flow nf his opponents N o r t a made a penalty double from which East escaped to the ap parently safer haven of three When South freely re bid his diamond North tricks and hy refusing to expose any of his high to an adverse he can protect hi mself frnra After Wests queen and Jack of spades hold the first two if he continues with a third merely plays low from unuillmK lo settle for j dummy again while ruffing m Ifss than gamp Hifi tic I hii nanrl After drawing InouTi that partner had the i he crosses over to the clubs he would have dummy nnd throws his heart ventured into three no trump and club losers on tie acs ID pretermcft to bidding BEETLE BAIlEYBy Mort Walkor A CQVVANV ORDERLY STUPID IDIOT IDIOT CAMP RUN BY ANl OLD STUPIP IDIOT DO YOU WISrt TO SPEAK TO ANyrvline BUT AMP NUMBER 111 ABNERBy Al Capp WE HAD POACHED MUD BUT RJ BREAKFAST TWRS A SURPRISE TO HAVE A MUP MUSHROOMS DRAWftACK SUNNV SIDE ir BUT IT DOMT AFFECT SCRAMBLED MUD MUSHROOMS FDOUR 1O OCLOCK MUSHROOMS M OCLOCK SMACK AM CAMDIED MUD MUSHROOMS FO OUR MIDNIGHT 5MACK ARCHIEBy Bob Montana TEABAG THAT MEANS PRINCIPAL FORBIDS ANY PLACE MORE TEA FOR AT OCLOCK IN ROOM HI AND LOISBy Dik Browno GO AHEAD i WANT jo IF THATS THE HIM I WANT A DOZEN FOUR QUARTS OF A PINT OF A POUND OF ANP TVW CARTONS OF JUICE SHORT RIBSBy Frank ONeal THIS TRIBE NEvEi sets rues SAV vou APE CWSIH6 AFTER HlUdlE HAW SHE COULP HAVE AT LEAST SAID WHAT SHE DIDNT LIKE ABOUT IT PETUNIV VER PCETRAITS FINISHED SLAP I WAS SETTING AWFULLY TIREPJ s ;