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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 _ THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 3, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON FRIDAY, MAY 4 Your birthday today: Your growing confidence and will- ingness to make sensible ad- justments save both the day and the '.car. Learn to pray for guidance. Today's natives include many who relocate IB distant places. ARIES (March 21-April Set aside time for review of re- cent past, particularly where %ou carry responsibility for younger people. TAUKUS (April 20-May In clearing oft the work-week's loose ends keep a tight rein on impulse spending. You will find a better use for cash shortly. GEMINI (May 21-June When you find everybody else p intent on working for them-1 enter financial deals. selves, take the hint, see if J VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. W: CANCER (June 2i-July order but isn't. There's more in- Things you do now range from I convenience if you postpone it interesting to provocative. Make SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. the most of your upswing, stir It's time to gather re- people constructively. sources, redeem promises, line T FO nulv It is UP a new bud8et to make sure LLO (July u is. all too easy to take a critical at-1 titude. Probably there will be more than one invitation to you can do likewise Bilil' Every extra push toward ca- sources, redeem promises, line up a new budget to make sure you will be comfortable later. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Accept jokes and laughter in the spirit intended. Go about consolidating, simplifying your work. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. reer. skill improvement or d-jrect and to the int when working conditions brings IB- Let nothing drift; Ask Andy suits. LIBRA Hungry elephant sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Dome Boudreau, age 11, of Mont- gomery, Alabama for his question: How does an elephant Collect everything coming to jou, round up belongings and tools in preparation for oppor- tunity. much appreciated and. as we; SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. know Jumbo loves peanuts. i Be patient in fixing what should mcke calls, ieave nobody wait- (Sept- 23-Ocl. ;ng or wondering. PISCES (Feb 19-March Conflicting demands on your time are probable. It is essen- tial that you indicate difficul- ties to people who must change plans to fit your timing. In India, the Asian elephant c'css much of the heavy labor. As a rule, his training starts in infancy and after 14 years he one can do light work. At the age of 19, he is ready to take on the heavy duties of an adult elephant. It is estimated that eat a his training costs more than An elephant i> not a ,ellow trainee jg expected 'fa .leekenT we to'provide Ms own meals need a half-ton truck to i A working elephant toils from lav in the supplies he normal- dawn to dusk for three days, v consumes Vegetarians need At night he is turned loose to IS H SL1 CftC year he gets a three- mous" enormous month vacation. be finished or put in working 1373. The Chicago Tribune LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Reader plagued by scaly skin Dear Dr. Lamb Will >ou, fcrs to inflammation of one or please help me with a "skin more bursae. The bursae are problem" I have had for many years. I went to a skin special- ist but all he did for me was tons of bulky muscles. to maintain his four! Wild elephants Ine in herds to prescribe an ointment to use. bones and mighty j of 300 or so. including assorted adults and children of all ages. As a rule, their tropical terri- Thc daily menu of a circus tory is hot and the day is spent elephant includes about 500 snoozing in the shade. At sun- pounds of hay-Upe food and 50 set, the congenial family trund- eallons of water. The friendly les down to drink and bathe. At giant is trained to do the heavy night they forage for twigs and pushing and pulling, heaving tender boughs, grasses and hoisting when the show' roots. moves on from town to town., Chances are he also stretches and strains his bulky body to perform in the ring. A smaller j amount of meaty protein w ould A quarter ton of vegetation I thought he should have given me some medication. My skin is dry and scaly. Maybe there is something miss- ing in my diet. Dear Reader I have no way way they cushion the joints and of knowing what was in the oint- ment your doctor gave you. It probably contained something i to help your skin. One factor whicli causes dry, scaly skin is the lack of skin moisture. The thickness and jouthful char- dependent upon its mois- provide the energy he needs for his stupendous work. But the elephant is not a carnivore. A zoo elephant is not expect- ed to work for a living and usu- ally his exercise is limited to a few turns around his enclosure, ly the children and young adol- escents icquire somewhat less. A newborn elephant weighs ture. The purpose of 'moisturizers'' is to help the skin retain moisture and. thare- i served. provide for smooth movement. When this membrane becomes inflamed, it affects the joints as pleurisy affects the chest. Inflammation of a bursa irri- tates nerve endings which in turn affects the muscles in the area. There is usually muscle spasm around the joints involv- ed and the pain tends to limit as you no doubt ob- j oIViUl inuiouuiv u-iii-i, i about 200 pounds and being a by jts vouthful characteristics. There are multiple causes for mammal, he teeas exclusively on mother's milk. He stays close to Mamma for his first r four years Katuraly he requires less food tjrne> bsby tnlrk is !of this be 200 pounds of hay is to provide an adequate dailv diet. However, like all adult elephants, he needs a daily ra- tion of 50 gallons of water. Aside from the basic hay, work- ing and non-working elephants Eke to vary the daily menu a few snacks. A lug of apples or fresh vegetables is ii other oils secreted by the skin! bursitis and very often the ac- normally form a film over t'V, tual cause is never determined, surf ace "that presents evapora-1 It is often treated symptomati- tion or loss cf water. cally, providing heat and medi- sive bathing, for example the cines that re'ieve pain. Some- UXXClrtE WHEN lHtf THAT, THAT WE ALL TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan I'VE SCHEPUIEPA HUNT FOR TOMORROW MORNlNSi ALL WAVES ARE URSEPTO TAKE'PART] 600P SHOW, SOV'NOR. A5 BLONDIE-By Chic Young SOMEKOW I DOM'T THINK A FORMAL-INTRODUCTION _ WAS ON VACATION THIS MAN -i WILL TAKE OVER; WHO COULD BE AT THE DOOR AT FIVE O'CLOCK INi THE MORNING 5OMEriOW THE COFFEE WARMED SUB DIFFERENCE AFTER Tt-lHS LET COFFEE AND little sac-like structures around the joints ar.d tendons. The ma- terial which makes up a bursa looks very much like the plas- tic material that is used for plastic bags and food contain- ers. These sheets of material, BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mort Walker incapsulate the joints and ten-' dons and contain fluid. In this vegetation. i times a dav. removes these nat- tion and ssverity, doctors in- Questions asked by children of Herald readers shonld be mailed to Ask Andy. P.U. Box 765. Huntington Beach, California 9264S. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) ural oils. This leads to moie ject medicine into the join rapid drying. The same can be! space involved. This may_ in- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREM C 1J73, Ttit CMesjo East-West vulnerable. 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