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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE lEIHBRIIlCE HFRALD Tliurultiy. Mny 18. 1971 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON nnr liirdu'iiy triday; .Much iln> year depends r-n I h i: value >ou m.ikt.1, your soIix'liuLi.s of pc'dpif bring inio in leave inn of business and r-onal ariivi- tuit' A niHMl fur ti.nic alone must he me! Tixlay'.s na- tives latent personal magnetism, is cuikccl by high moiu aiinn AIUKS (Marrl! Coneentrau1 on mailer-, which only you can make- a posi- tive i; iimn-ch ilvm Allow other.- in munape their affairs. TAI'IUS (April 2n May Letting well Lv.oiuih ;iloae a fine art. This i> more favored as a for Koine life may eiU'omikT tension which nccdiM fimnuiH to ivmrli. f.RMIM [.May iJ-Juiip An old niL-zle i-. dnril'i'd and you wonder if you really wnnl in be clear of the Ti> it and be- v.ilhnt; In m1 aU1 a [idle at a time CANCER IM-.Iuly 22U CioiiiLi no f.irlher the pre-- surt'.s of your work require-, MIU 1 can nonclholcss pro- gress out nf today's acliviiies. I (.Inly 22i: Time for reflection ami re-evaluation: pull bark far enough for a major change of direction com- mi.: up. Laic hours are tor fun. Y1KGO ri-Srpl. Le! today lie unburdened, Find lime to count your blessings. Thi-rii are to be made for the coming week. IJIiRA fSppt. Oct. Today is more rewarding if you don't try lo make so much of current developments. Treat tliern as phases of normal de- velopment process. SCOitlMO (del. Temptalions lo launch sudden alterations should be resisted. i Work oul the implications, test for feasibility ihon rhoos'C a later lime SAC.riTAKirS iV.v. IVe yuur ln-ad mure (Man mainia) deMeniy. Iliink uhal might be done to prepare for tomorrow. Do what i> ne- cessary instead of set-king re- laeemenls. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-.Ian. ContemplaiUm is y o u r main palh to growth and future happiness. Take cave of rout- ines, loauiig others tree to du likev.ise. .VOt'.AKJCS MHII. L'fM'elj. but you inusl lei ii. develup .spontaueoiisK. lie u lis- tcner; lake what you learn senously PISCES M'i'b. Do what you must to elear up (lie week; get rest ami rccrea- lion as .soon a.s you can. (live yourself a treat, sec; your favor- ite pconle. Hy The Chicago Trihmir) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D, This 15-yeur-t had 13 operations Or. Lamb T am 15' years old ami have hart n opcr- alionf. including; a lumor ahovc jny ri-iht vyc. lonsillectomy, removal of pan of my bladder and my kidney. A? you can imagine, J liuve speni a lot of lime in (he hospital and have mhsed quiLc a lot. nf school. Because of ihis 1 devel- oped slowly and am way be-. hind mo-L kjd? my a.qc in body maturity. I am weak and gel exhausted after the bit of strain. Jly doctor prohibited me from parUcipating in football, basketball and even physical education class. 1 would like, to know 7.hat sports you think would be bad for one and what sports would do my physical condition good. Thank you, from Kidney-less. Dear Header Of course you would like to participate! hi some sports, liul T really; think you had belter rely on your doctor's judgment, he- causa ho knows all the details of }'our Although physifal activity Is very good for individuals fire healthy, sometimes when; one lias had serious illnos.ses like you have had, (hey can be harmful. You michl to your doctor about the advis-; ability of walking and hiking, which could build you up physically to extent. Tf' your over all physical condi- tion will permit this, and if it Is allowable it might help you gain some strength. I For anyone has been In- active for a long lime, even a young person like yourself, the proper way to begin any phys- ical program before any sports activity would be a good walk- ing program, parried out for a period of months until your physical condition permit you to do something more. If you are poing to be physi- cally limited for a long period of time, you might at Icait be able to compete with other peo- ple by developing your ability in games of skill. You don't need to be Hercules to be able to compete with other people and enjoy it, If you like cards, why not become a real card shark at bridge? It would help you socially and you could play bridge with your friends or some oilier card games if you preferred. You could make a project out of it, or if you really wanted to work on some- thing brainy, why not become an expert on The American OptoineLric Assn. has a good safety sug- gestion. They recommend that all motorcyclists wear reflec- tive material on all sides Ihcir helmets to provide greater safety at night. The reflective material should ho open tri- angles of about five square inches. Triangles of this size can be detected at distances of COO feet, which is lliree times farther than a normal white helmet can be seen a( night. I Stars rJid planets Andy sends a 20-vuiinm; set of the Merit Student Kncyt.-- lopedia (u .John Fuos. 14, of Rochester, Nuv- York, for Jiis question: How can you tell stars from ,1 In Andy's opinion, every stu- dent dcsenes a chance to view Lhe heavens through a tele- scope. Eve; a beginner's instru- ment strck-hes the mind and brings endless delight to the beholder. Bui such wondrous nxcilcmcnt sparks (he old cu- riosity nnd sooner or later the observer wanls lo know just what he OT- she is beholding. This is the time to consult the masses oi astrtonomical data gathered by patient observers through thr past >ears or so. The first trick is to focus your field of vision on one cer- lain heavenly body. It is help- ful lo know its location in rela- tion (o rest of the celestial parade because, if all else fails, tliis can help you to iden- tify it. However, if by chance you focus on an interesting stray object, there, are ways to tell whether it is a star or a planet. A telescope reveals a star as a point of shining light. Even the most powerful telescopes reveal stars a.s points of light, though their different colors may shine more distinctly. So, if (he uew through your teiescope reveals a point of light, you arc gazing at a star. The planets are seen as flat d'srs or partial discs. Venus and Mercury show changing phases like those of the moon because they are closer lo the sun than we are. The outer planets reveal complete discs hucausc we are closer to the sun and see only their daylight sides. However, each of t h c planets presents a different pic- ture and we soon recognize them as old friends. The best way to get acquaint- GOREtf ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES H. COHEN [ft Itn: DT Tfet CWun TrihBM] Both Jcals, vulnerable. South NOHTH 13 C K 0 8 7 4 3 J7i WEST EAST AJS865Z nol a strange, uncommon affliction, It dibbles more pooplc Hiiui ;iJl iliwwK C'lrriJjiucd At present, inni-e tliaii Tri.Odu Canadians ;ire in menial in.ili- Oiii' of i-vc-ry in nni-ii Hi is year sprnd pail of hi-- or lin- in n nv.'nlal in situliiiii nr it ha.- lnvii I'-iijinn-tl lhal inent; I rcMr-f-icd jii- tifii in cus1-- Ca- nadian Illi.'lilH'.vs ,'lllfl jiiflusli-v hillinn a M'W Ari'ROAf II The time has comn tn lakn Ihe same approach to mental as lo physical illness, said Dr. J'odcr, O n n r i o 's health minister "tion'l lake them 'the men- tally ill) away and lock them up." ho paid in a roccnl, inter- vif-w. "Kcfji them in thn coni- imimly and rdhaliilitatp Ihrm to lif useful rilizons. I! is jusl n.s impnrlnnl lo rcliabililatn pnlicijl.s v.ilh nir-nf.il In M-haliihialc vulh Kl Itl'llNS CIthSSl'.S VOU KWT LIVE I THINK Witt HW6ETTHAT liW WHEN W LIVE IN A R3CM TOO LON6.. TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K, Ryan HE DONE V ANP ASSAULT WITH A PEAPLY WEAPON.' CONGRATULATIONS, SNAKE-EYE! YOU GOT THROUGH A WHOLE PAY WITHOUT COMMITTING MANSLAUGHTER! BLONDIE-By Chic Young cd is lu sludy one of (If- lightful astronomy ni.-igaziiiL's j published for amalcur star gaz- urs. Failing this, we can con- the monlhly aslnmimiv I charts, publislicd in almanacs j and someLinrjs iu newspapers. The object is to learn v.liicli planet is where at what lime on each date. Locate it visually. tlicj) focus il on your telescope field. pl.iJiel ii I pens to be, you will recognize it tlic next time your telescope chances to spot il. Venus is a bright blur of gol- den light thai goes through lunar type phases as il circles the Plin. Mars is blolchy red. revealing one and sometimes two of its wiiite polar cups Jupiter Is rather flat n-id hand- ed with lighter and darker pas tel colors. A clear viewing may roreal an oval red snot on one side, or up to four little orbit- ing Jovian moons. Salum is a flattened disc disLinnuished by circles ot golden rings. W i t ii of luck you may locate Tramis. which looks like a pale greenish disc. The planets soon become old friends, though it helps to rhcf.k their positions because I h c y wander around the sky. All of them reveal more fascinating detail than bright pin pointed stars. However, other objects may enter the scene. Once in a while Q meteor may flash across the field or a rare comet. But the most likely strangers arc sure to be llle man made satellites orbiline, the earth but that is another story. Questions nsneo liv clilldion of Herald readers .v-'iotild bi- mailed to Ask Andy, P 0. Box Huntinglon Beaca, California B2M3. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing To. 11572) DEET1E BAIlEY-By Mori Walker LI'L ADNER-By Al Capp CALLED THISTOWN IF VO' MAINT DA1D, Sowi; VOTES VO'IS "N f MEETIM'TOQIVE-VO' HAIN'T ENTITLED TO DA1D, PAMSY VOKUM- Ii SOME GOOD THAT AM'HOPES V'O'HASTH' IS' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana "DO YOUR THIN6 DAY'? I EXPRESSION I'LL LOOK. IN j k SEE HOW HER SnjDEUTS ARE. A "DOING THEIR THINS' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns ITS VriURSDAY HERE, EJT FRIDAY THERE. CHWA'S AHEAD OF LBv WE'RE SOING TO CATCH UP SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal RUGS BUNNY S.'iltor. I'XfH'llllvr1 ITC.-T in I'.....-ills A> l''juiil.i in vvn, j.ofi.-ilinn, crintomls siud ..n i infno ho iMrrilirm of sir I given in general liospilols. I Klux Kl.in. l.ho ;