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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 WE 16THBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Novembnr 5, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE D1XON Tl'CSD.AY NOV. 3 Your birtlulny lomiy: "Pcir- fldox" deaci'ibcss your life in the coming year. Whai seems to the outside world as difficult is really simple; what seenis easy is very hard to achieve. Your bihiilivc la. {.'nls sometimes iidd io you logicnl conclusions, s o m e- timcs indiefltc contrary rea ity under the surface. Pre- pare for strong changes your personal views. LAWRENCE E. LAMB. M. D Stress Is Branded Seed Of Illness What is stress? This term is: the heart and brain, which a thrown around loosely as on of the major causes for man', illness. Stress is blamed for id cers, high blood procure, hear disease and emotional discom fort. The t r u t h is there an many Muds of stress. Some an good tor you. Physical exercise is a "physical stress" and, when done properly, is beneficial. I can offset the adverse effects of "psychic stress." You can't escape stress. A re- cent study of doctors present- ing cases to the rest of the med- ical hospital staff showed their heart rates rose to levels 34 high as 287 beats per minute The lowest heart rate for any doctor presenting a case was J30 beats per minute. In general, psychic stress from any cause stimulates lie endocrine glands, particularly the small pituitary gland un- der the brain and the adrenal glands over the kidneys. Adren- alin and other hormones are poured out into the blood. These chemicals stimulate the heart. They may ca'jst the blood pres- sure to rise. They may cause the stomach to form increased amounts of acid. Tne excess chemicals, like ad- renalin products, are stored in Montana Leader Favors Student Advisory Board HELENA, Mont. Forrest Anderson told student leaders of the University of Montana be favored creation of s student advisory board to act as liaison between Montana college students and the State Board of Regents. The board would have seven members, including student presidents of six Montana col- leges and the chairman of the Montana Student Presidents As- sociation. Anderson said he favored es- tablishment of the board but said he could not force the board of regents to adopt it. feels their function. Exerci uses up these excess chemica: and allows the body to retur to more norma! function, psychic stress literally mobilizes the body for action. If the a Fail T What do yon bid EWrT no turnip. Von hJM JiutirlM anothir fomrt note. The molt Uliil; fane poailbllltT Menu Io be In no Iruaip and wen ffUSKCiiloD U ID ordir for the rtsponaini head Men be till a ion unprotected, 4. J-Neither niiarablt, u South you hold: OAIOIl The bidding his proceeded: Wert Nortt Eut tooth Paef Pan 10 Put JO Pin Fan 4 0 Pin 4 V Fan T What do yea Wd now! BO trump. Your tide potmaei nilfielanL yai- tee t> take 11 Weal la I, tie nit appeara to be part- Bar's weak apol aad ea lud thru rour king could prote JiljL Q. ydflerable, 88 South you hold: 4A1095 9AKJ3 OS The bidding has proceeded: West North East South Pass 1 What do you bid? AlUio It docl not suli tur taslfi Io remain Mlcnl on a bind of any ot- fensiva raineuver la with danfcr. furlliennorf, ix always tho proipsct that tbe iaeay go too far la Qzoall; tha best cftanca lor a aub- atantlBl an 4 holding of til. type. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4A94I VAJoS OA4J Tha bidding has proceeded: East Wt'.l Nm-Ui 1 I'233 I V Fasi what do ycy bid Inn h'csrl :o It-.'. Sliinsu. lion shouM 'rtr yonr hsntj. In lad, If ha lias spade', Q. TUlneralileV is South yen hold; The bidding lias proceeded: Went North East South 1 0 Dble, 1 s? t Yihat do you bid? One ipadn. Wlih algbl polnb you have dUtlncU7 enauih to offer free bid ereo tho Toor ault If very ababby. If yoa take icUon Iramedlitely -It tatr be difficult to mike up for tt liter ind ID opportunity le icon be mtaed. Q. 7-Both vulnerable, u South you hold: The bidding- has proceeded: aoflih West Nonii Esrt 1 Jb Foss 1 A 2V Pasi Pasi IVTiat do you bid noff' Four diamontfg. A Bljja try li In order ni LhU point Inl, It ghouh! bo raide below tha fame level In the form cf a cue bid. If partner returns to four hearts your will bevo beta Q. o.i South you hold: Al WKJI OAK.110832 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 A Pass 2 0 Pass 2 A I'353 T V.Tiai do you bid now? thp fnncy tTld of thrsc hcartj ai thll noini, II rrav- Induce pnrlnc.- to .Trrl, If -vnrsn hrflru. ue flhMSi go back to vvrik'h VMS our day to ask for what you really LIIIRA (Scjll. 23-Ocl. 22) Changes shouldn't be rushed Uclalions witli associates en dure stress and become strong Today's decisions will b important; choose with hot: intuition and thought. SCORPIO (Ocl, 23 Nov. 21) Ride herd on your temper. Usi Schedules must be adjustul vehicles or anything median! and lapses covered. It's a plea- cal with caution, Channel your energy .into career advance- ment. There will be news to natives have a gift oE show- manship, the ability (o re- cover from reverses of for- tune. AR1KS (Mnrch Yoiir mood is1 likely nggres- sive, perhaps on matters you have neglected. Express your eiioicc on important isucs now, seriously, but don't squabble. TAURUS (April 20-May 20 sant time for cooperation with mate and family, not so peace- ful among fellow workers. GEMINI (May 21-Jnne You seem impelled to keep on wlien you should Iw making a clear expression uf your decisions. Speculative ven- tures now become outright gambles. CANCER (June 21 Jnly 221: Express your views on public issues as early as you can. Reach a little further toward agreement, confer OG home matters instead of simply mak- ng arbitrary decisions. LEO (July You let along with powerful or dramatic people better today han those you're used to work- ng with. Resist the temptation :o be in a hurry. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Vhat lookj like a clear chance ;or a large gain may be some- celebrate this evening. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc 21V, Money comes into ques tion, have deluding on how you been making promises thing else is it insight or carries weight. Important people are very help- ful. Your search turns up sur prises. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Passing moments of dis cord with associates shouldn' tempt you into calling in out siders. Save your expansion po- tential for a better occasion. AQUAHIUS (Jan. 20-Feu. Fresh opportunity shows up in the least expected places. Give people a chance to adjust to the changes you are likely to make. Plan further tonight. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Friends and borrowed money simply don't go together. Tra- vels promise well. Voice your views on public issues where il wishful thinking? This is the 1970, iVewsday, Inc. Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Craig Lozaw, age 10, of Newport News, Virginia, for his ques- tion: Why does a lizard's tail break off so easily? A frisky little lizard may be rery proud of his swishy tall !ut he would rather lose it iiaa sacrifice his entire body His family has been around for bout 200 million years, long fflough to learn a few clevci tricks to stay alive. He inherit- ed his breakable tail from his ancestors. If a hungry enemy rabs him by the tail, it snaps. Ef and the rest of him scut- es away to safety. The pretty lizard is a charm- ig pet please remem- er that his long tail is very 'agile. It breaks, off with the lightest rough treatment, so andle him with teaderesl are. When the tall U lost, you might think it a severe tragedy bnt this is not always so. In many cases, a lizard is able to egrow a lost tail, though the oh may take a year or more. his amazing regrowth is call- ed regeneration. Many other animals also can regenerate ret parts of their bodies. And, course, the plant world is al- ays regenerating lost leaves, ana even branches. A salamander regenerates a ost tail faster than a lizard, uriag his lifetime, he can lose id replace his tail as many J eight times. The enemies of lizards and salamanders often them by their tails as ey scuttte by almost out of acb. It is very useful fo have ils that break off easily. The tie animals simply leave em behind and escape. Later, ey have a chance to regen- ate new tails. A snail Is fairly safe inside is shell. But when he goes awling, his eyes are perched on risky stalks. However, 'when he loses an eyestalk, he regenerates it. Every earth- worm faces the risk of being pulled in two pieces by hungry robin. But if the break 1s in the right place, he can re- generate a new head or a new tail section. A starfish often loses one of his pointed arms. But in time it regenerates. He can replace _ several lost arms and when his whole body is pulled in two pi3ees, each half may regenerate and become a whole new starfish. A crab can regrow a lost eye or antenna aid even regener- ate an entire leg. The sponges are masters at regeneration. When their porous bodies are cut into pieces, each piece may regrow a whole new sponge. The planaria is a humble little flatworm, less than one inch long. When his soft body is sliced into fragments, each piece regenerates and becomes a whole new planaria. The hydra is a smalt water dweller, usually shaped like an upside down whisk broom on a slender handle. He too can regenerate whole new bodies from small fragments. The lizard merely regenerates his break awa; tail. The new tail is not quite ihe same, maybe shorter o even forked and the re- growth takes a long time. e The mammals and other ad vanced animals cannot regen erate lost limbs and tails. Bu even the human body can re- generate itself in, small ways can grow new material to nend broken bones. It can leal flesh wounds and regrow skia over small cuts. And, o course, it is always regrwing te hair and its nails. Questions assed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntlngton Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronical Publishing Co. 1070) THREE TIMES THREE IS iiHouatriuiAseoiNs TO HAVETKOBK.E Ufffl KK'T FIND IT HARD ATAU. lANCElQT-By Coker Penn WHAT WP ON THAT HOLe, LANCE Z-, BLONOIE-By Chic Young MB. D1THEOS WON'T BEUEVE UE IF I TELL HIM VOU MONQOUMJ -3- JUNGLE FEVER JUST KEEP NAMING OIFFH2ENT DISEASES COME TO ONH THAT .U BELIEVE .t V J HAVE us says HEU- BEUEVB S RASH1 BEtTLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker THATfe ANOTdEP ZOO FOR BEETLE X FINALLY FI6U6ED CUT HOW TO SPIP TUS BALL pieMT WELL, DONT lose THE TOUCri 111 ABNER-By Al Capp IF'DERALTE. YOU'CKjET INWOLVED MITA PFSCHLNGG-' R-RECKEWSO.HE HAIN'T NEVER SHOW ME, PLEASE, DER HOLEIM YOUR HEAO.r BUT FROM DER DAWM OF INWOLVED MIDOUTOkJE.'.'v FUST TIME, OLE MAM MOSE j WRONG ARCHlE-By Bob Montana Manipulate Cells To Rid Disease TORONTO (CP) A Univer- sity of Minnesota professor pre- dicted that doctors somo day will be able to manipulate hum- an cells to prevent ilness. Dr. Robert Gmd, a professor of pediatrics and microbiology, said in an interview such ma- Dr. Good Is one of five doc- tora who will receive Gairdner Foundation awards for medical research. Other winners of the awards, to be presented by Lt.-Gov. W. Ross Macdonfllri, are: pro- Dr. W. Richard S. Doll, mpulation Mill not lengthen Ihe of necjjcinc at n. life span "but it will make the best years of them better." Moore Named IWA President VANCOUVER jacfc Moore, 46, of suburban Rich- mond, has been re-elected west- ern regional president of the Tni r-rn.jitional Woody orkcrs of America, defeating Jack University, England; Dr. Niels K. Jerne, director of Basel Institute of Immunology, Rnsel Switzerland; and Drs. Vincent P. Dole and R. B. Mcrrifield, professors at Rockefeller Uni- versity. N7ew York. Tiie foiindpUon was up in 1057 by .lamci A.'Gfiirrfncr, 77, o! Oakville Om., a financier and industrialist and a victim of arthritis. Dr. Good said the cellular ma- nipulation will prevent (he. im- mune system from w.imloring in, agC] reducing the This is ihe fifth yenr lira [chances ot developing heart dis- Ica'itT htwis nicm- or burs of thfi largest imiun in given sulficicnt Weslrrn tic p o 1 1 ctl j years of rescurch, we'll rid ballots while MacKcnzic got of all those things called dis- he said. IT GOES TO A MIKE IN A SPEAKER 1 BACK HIDDEN! IN "Sl'LLHAVE VOUR LOCKER? UN wrrH THE HI AND LOIS-By Dik 1 DON'T WANT IO HgAR fW ARGUMENTS.' rrS TIME TO eer FOR IF I HEAR ANV MORE FOQUNS AROUND YOU KIDS WILL GET SPANKED.' IT'S M3UR FAULT, TRIXIB' K3U TORE UP THEIR BCCk OH CHILD SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BlfNNr DO YOU THINK YOU CAN FIND OUT WHAT'S WKQMS WITH MY CAR? :'M IN A HUKRY'J O'COURSE, ;