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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 ICI ICTHSrjr.CE HERALD Monday, Mny 21, 1972 YOUR H ROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON 1 1 II ...L inu> aiL'imrit. 1 M'KUS (April 20 .Miiv 2lli: en [he lo ahan- don Itieir (IK-MINI Mlay Jl .Illnr liring ycjurscll lo a i I be IroublcMiim.', iihllill I (Jiim-21 July 22l: di u ii I it do in I lilt lest lucliiy is whclhcr you I, n i 1 i LI mis It in sen and :aay (ml of a il ti I t I i n l nf lovi'il Uemeinhcr Ihal wliilt' you lose (il LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. your you siunetluni! else lou. (July 2.i --i: There are only so many loosu ends you can catch up at one time .select >on think yuu can alleiul and coneeiilrale solely on that. Impulse runs (ov.ard chanfies of relalionslup. a.ifiliations. Lean; your at home ii >ou aren't m your discipline. I.II1KA ''I Ili'l. --I: Jusl you tlnak you have- readied a balalli-" and have several ventures a cbal- s'roiiJ'io diet. NOV. -ii: a.ction pays oti in con- i 'onali' e terms. j iiiiriy anrd l eMcrior re- f-o u JLi: Don'l talk aliulll I'.iuni'y ard v.inl yon l-i rn with j'i. a'ld ll u lo ahead, do if you can ;m early slarl on routine. Associates lalcr dis- agree with very lillle piuvuea- lion. IMNC-rcS Jlni-oh lrriends Ijrinfi access lo forlune and good limes, along wilh the usual complications which ar- fonipnny mixing business and friendship. Crows give ..M! i o i k t ill e lie h d I Ihi id i U (lit i ind i so i 11 K 1 1 id hii-lh, Ihe hercciilary whieh .-.uljM1- L lily lead lo ciinccr ininiy hik'r iirc p'-nsnil If i> proved enr- nti. H niiv'hl he passible h> lu Ihe chromosomes of Iho cell to dried individual? o ars most likely In devcloii c cor. 1110 question ol whether can- cer is nmlapious or not isn'r 100 per cent settled, bul in types ol cancer there is no evi- dence that can establish that it is contagious: that is, spread from one person lo another per- wn by conlact. If there i> an elcinciii ol spread, it not a simple mechanism, but related to a lot of other f t nr-.. includins. perhaps, in- hcrik'd jredisposilinn. II is really not possible to specifically which cancer is Ihc i most dangerous. Some, for ex- ample the carlv ones on Ihc i km. are relatively beiimn and. if removed can be cum- plolcly cured. mosl. il de- pends on how far advanced they are before they are If the bcpnnino; of luim cancer is delccled cry early and is Irealed promptly, many individ- uals can be nnd have been cured. Your sister probably had can- cer bctorc her examination Xol all doclurs tell diiir paliilils tl'.ey have cancer for fear il i v.'ili loo much for Ihe pa- tient. The bade pain was prob- I ably caused by the spread ol i the cancer to the spine, all ul which su.L'gcsLs thai the disease process had cxisled for longei I than a month and a half. s bail time SYDNICY. Australia (Reu- h.ij-i ._. Sydney golfers may soon be carrying shotguns their targets will be hii dies. Crow.s luu'c been carrying nil golf balls at such a rale I !uil players are considering dra-ilic measures, such as ilie atiiiiiion of shotguns to their normal range of clubs. 1 u h professional Dan C'nllen .said: ''On the driving range alone we have been begun lo raid the first, Only last week a c-hap lost four balls at, the first bole." Equator is Andy sends a complete volume i-'ct cf I he Merit Siu- drnih rm-yclopL'dKi lo Mike a tie nf Si Taill, fill- Ins rjiTiMion: I low dncs the affocl temperature arouni il1.1 The air e the cquatoi even affect Hie v.ann spells Ihal drill, iicinss Minnesota. The world's wide jjeis than ils share cf solar and dy- namic j.ro.irarns ihe en- tire v.cn'hn' eni'ine from pule to Ti.c ab- sorbs uneven quotas nf lieat from land find sna. The equator slarK t'nat start other v.irtls liir.l irrMisprirt lieat in a of j'Jukil ciix- mingles in Ihe wealhery tropo- .sphere. Cold, dense, polar air is drawn toward the equator, IniL the spinning earth veers I'icse nortbsnufli paths into the j cast-west prevailing winds. The equator's rising air sels in mo- tion an upstairs system of j counter winds. These descend at cerlain latitudes and contri- hufc more energy lo the com- plex system of global circula- U'jn. Questions asnefl tjy clUIdicn of Herald readers snnuJd be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Hunllnglon Beacii, j California 926411. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1072) Brandt GOEEN ON BRIDGE ly thrtc Iriimps, even such BY CHARLES II. GOREN c TN BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS 1-As South, vulnerable, vou hold: 0973 3m two clubs Iniondlne lo tubscquewis- q. 5_Both vulnerable, as Soulh you hold. bourn you noia: The bidding has proceeded: VQJJO 7 G 51 .TiQG.T Kast South West Tlie bidding has proceeded: 1 T A pass North East Eoulh 3 t% Pass 4 Pass j 2 0 4 pass V-Tifll do you bid? V.hDt dy >OU hid nou? hearts. Your hand Parlnpr nh. playing strengUi but. vulu- iv a fir.e suit jilv uu defe.ibi', so cu-ry effort f.-r v.'hich fiur V'.ica .small will .'.lioctd liu cxcrU-d lo prevent tha ndi-qii.ilL' support. On the ci'ponerits frum together, dubs ere only This Is Ihe same response ;ou JMIT in riumbi'i- and bad trcall would have made If East had not Vi-.-r make five clubs an Leered ihe auction. rna- b-.it. Q. vulnerable, ss Scjuiii you hold: The bidding has proceeded: .South North East 1 A 2 Pass- PR.IS '1 A .1 .1 -I '_> l 5 Dblc. Pass and merges Ihc rcsUcss iroposjjln ;v. reaches I'roni livs.1 lo ten nulcs ijljove the s'.irfjK'O. Tiii> gener- al diTiilc'iliui; is govcM'iuxl by Ih'.1 ar.d (IliL'cl. ;'nd pit'-, ice cl" (s lo innir.liiiT i'pfi t-.nipcrnl.urt'. cqualin' i'- I lie Ley lo Lhis llicr cnpinc hccause of ils slra- i IL of course, merely n market- nrouiul llic (AP) Chancellor waist exactly halfway Brandt made a pei'sonal Iwt-en thu two poles. Thu.se op-; television appeal Lo West Gcr- pn; lie poll's are the! arr3 night (o telp nu- 1 fiiilh u ;-xis around which i ihoriOs end a wave of terrorist hnmbings. There have been ]G bombings in Germany since May 7, in- cluding one that killed three United Slates servicemen on Wednesday. Tlie bombs also wounded several people and caused thousands of dollars worth of damage. "I appealed lo all concerned In.'.ard Us orbital ll'u lion's .share of sun- The sun climbs vorhcatl ;md ils be-urns down by the ronle Ihniimli the at- "Cr KM AKUC.I ill 1 V.'.-sl Iralors; decs so makes 111 himself guilty Loo." Brandt said after meeting wiLli top security lhc; advisers. They have been hunting for It'fl-v.iiic; Riicrrillas have thin are responsible for (he bombing in a uar on capilalisl where id.i '.'f L-ls but Thk be r.''-.V, you liold: 'M ;.j.i Tiii! lias prrjccccicd: iM: North KasL iiuiilii AiM-TBR3 1 I A Pass LMu'i.is; hn.s proccctJcd: 2 I'., -.L Kast fioulh 3 Nr I i A 7 V.hat do vflJ Ijid Jicnv? 0- S Neither vulnpralilc, ii.t 12 U i'sL Norlli 1 SoullJ i-. L y.iiii v.vst r l1-.; l 1 I..---1 U M r. Crandl. flcscnbcd the (error- isLs a small of small criminal aiiJirchisls who arc terror for terror's nu? ,l m 'Hie clainiinR rcsponsi- bilily fnr six bombinR attacks, slyk'S il.si-lf the "Red Army Faction" in letters lo German press agencies antl newspapers. In Ihc lairsl Idler, received Ki'irlay. Iho "Command July 15M of the Heel Army Faction called l i, militants to aldick all Ameri- ind helK in their batlle U.S. imperialism.1' ,11.: i I-nrlay. "Command July 15' 'I' I t.L. Id xhurc. pldii I tearing .set is Miir Hi I lie h .llll'fl Mill ,-hv, In' OTTAWA K'P) The C'nna -.ii i' i lln: 'li.sn ('-an-port cnniniission's le- t iirninunicn'i.ion connniUoo hul'l a public henrinR in r nii.i 15 on nn nppli- In'.'! 'i h r-iiioii by Hie Hrilisli Columbia -H'.M'-.'I 'l.-lejilinnc CD. in slarl a com- 1 i-l 'i i i n> bin plan fur THIS TMc 50I3T 7HEA1E iinEKE 'icu 6ET EITHER (5) TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan IPO YOU IN EFFIGY AT A PEP RALLY? BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker STRAIGHT M TO DO, SETA NEW RECORD? Ill ABNER-By AI Capp v woe...i -rVJOUI-DNfTMURT I ROTTEN PALPH1E LOT P.-RK.IHS TOSWITNEITHER- OMutAP.M'.MD ARCHIE-By Bob Montana ARE PIAYING BASEBALL AND WANT ME TO BE EMPIRE HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal EfiO DOM'TUKE AWSELF ANlV E IN 6000Ccnrw'i. K DDK Mttf Cist: BUGS BUNNY G01M' r- V, ;