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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SO Wl UTHBRIDCE HERALD Thurjday, Novembur 5, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON FlllDAY, NOV. S Your birthday toiiay: Yom' year depends on your ability to overcome limitations, cope with changes and surprises. Much of what you must do now hns never been done be- fore or not under quite tlic same conditions. You must in general, do it all yourself. Todav's natives almost invar- ri.ajrnctism, frequently Imve nn extensive private life Ihnt is seldom brought to public notice. AlilES (March Sudden turns of circumstance upset your schedule. Don't re- act to excilinp news rashly. There is more to the slory, per- haps another side altogether. TAUIIUS (April 20-May iabjy possess great personal I Contrary opinions are frequent Andy serds a complete 2O volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Fatly Gallo- way, age 10. of Calgary, Al- berta, for her question; Hoiv dill the aiUoaier get its nnmc? An animal is called an ant- eater because he dines on anis. This seems Several have earned this nmae because they live on a diet of anis or termites, which many people call while ants. One anteater. looks b'ke a large pine cone with J scurrying victims- Aside from these basic features, most ant- eaters seem to go to great lengths lo be different from each other. Scientists used lo classify ali of them in the Order Edentata, the toothless ones. This was changed because some anteflt- ers have a few teeth and other a Ions tail; another resembles a baseball stuck with fierce differences between them ton outstanding ignore, ftcni'- ariays we find anteaters in at least five different animal or- toothless edentates ure prickles. One is a pig-type ani- antealers of the Cen ral mal who lives in burrows and! another wears a coat of armor. Several others wear shaggy fur and the giant of this group swishes a huge, plumy tail. All the anteaters have one thing in common. They dine on ants or white-ant termites, with maybe a few other insects to spice up their menus. They also! have powerful front paws with strong claws to tear apart ant nests and rip down high, hard termite nesls. Most of them have sticky, whip-lash tongues to gather up helpings of the American jungles. The giant is four feet long, not counting his busby four-foot fail. His shaggy coat is steely I grey, accented with, black and white bands. He sleeps rolled f up ill a ball with his huge, plumy tail wrapped over his very long, thin snout. He pre- fers (be jungle swamps. His smaller cousin, the tamaadua anteater, wears short fur and livos aloft in (lie trees. The pangolin anlealers are another breed with sealy coats. The giant looks like a two-foot pine cone with n two-foot scaly tail. He shares the ants of Af- rica several cousins. Other pangolins live in India, China and Malaya. The African aard- vark, alias the earthpig, is a very different anteater and his favorite food is termites. This bulky beastie is six feet long including a two-foot tapering tail, ears and a snout. The echidna, alias the spiny anteater, lives in Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea. He is a two-foot pincushion of prickles witli a nose like a duck-bill. The echidna hatches at the moment. Care and cour- 'csy in trr.vel aro important. Your patience saves the day, You'll have a belter turn later. GEMINI (May 21-Jimc Avoid physical stress; refuse to join Ihe excitement. Other people tend to be quite sensi- tive, so watch where you set your own frontiers with your remarks. CANCEU (June 21-JuIy Special transactions come to your attention amid unexpect- ed changes. Take the simplest, conservatice approach and accept interruption of work as normal. 23-Allg. K1: You have lo decide quickly which of several projects is worthwhile. Changes seem unavoidable. Ac- tion taken suddenly, without consultation, might be regret- led. inGO (Aug. 23-Scpl. Tact and real emotional accep- tance makes ail (he difference in your activities now. Finan- cinl experiments, sizable pur- chases, hasty moves ire not ravored. LIBRA (Sept. Today there is opposition to any sort of activity, according to the nature of the project nnd how it has been guided. Cour- tesy can help avert strife. SCpKPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Tension rises, within and with- out. Keep your plans simple, he prepared for changes. Avoid needless i-omments or competi- tive atlitudes; there should be room tor all. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-pcc. Friends and competitors are active today, affecting your plans. Side-step any secret deals. Postpone joining a grou- unlii you can do so without re- servations. CAPHICOEN (Dec. 22-Jan. Your affairs include un- planned conditions; be ready U> change arrangements, delay routines. You can't really win an argument today save your energy. AQUARIUS (Jan. Discretion is the better part of valor today, ns evei. the simplest of routine becomes a matter for discord. Your self- control now is important. PISCES (Fell. ID-March Money and other material con- siderations are disturbed some- what by circumstances. Strang- ers and relatives have more problems than you sually en- HI'S VW OWKIBfllODS AWT TWties LIKE THAT., HAVETD TAW HIM- PEOPLE ARE 6000 AT TRAVELINS ALONie... UNCElOr-By Cokir Farm counter. j Ncwsday, Inc. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Do-It-Yourself Pliysical Can Indicate The Score a pair of donkey very long, [bin Pharmacist Suspended For Fraud CALGAHY (CP) Morris Dancyger, a Calgary pharma- cist, has been suspended from practicing for two years after the Alberta Court of Appeals upheld a decision that he was guilty of misconduct from an egg, spends his his mother's You can do a lot of the im- portant parts of a medical checkup for heart and vascu- lar disease yourself. Much im- portant evidence that you may become a victim is fairly ob- vious. Let's see how you score: Reach around to the back, ju below the ribs and pick up fold of skin. If it is over a half- inch thick you have excess fat deposits. Try the same thing around the navel. The thicker the roll the sicker the patient. A truly lean body usually means less likelihood of developing fatty deposits in the arteries. What has happened to your waistline? Can you wear the same clothes you wore in your early twenties? If not, you are on the road to the diseases of civilization unless you are pregnant. What is your body weight? If iymj have gained weight since your early twenties it is most feeds stated false prices for drags sup- plied to welfare recipients. I js with tha famous duckbilled platypus. He by the Alberta Pharmaceutical Association, but the decision was reversed by the Alberta Supreme Court and finally up- held by the court of appeals. Western Fairs Nasne Trimble SASKATOON (CP) J. T. (Toby) Trimble of Portage La Prairie, Man., was elected pres- ident ot the Western Canada Fairs Association here. P. Andrews of Weyburn, Sask. was elected first vice presi- dent, L. F. Boulter of Camrose, Alta., second vice president, and Harvey Wood of Yorkton, Sask., third vice president. Monte Adolphe of Weyburn was re elected secretary- treasurer. pla br All these rather weird-looking anteaters live in faraway I laces. However, still another is found in Texas, though most of his relatives live farth- er south, across the herder. He Is the armor-plated armadillo, maybe three feet Jong plus 12-incb skinny tail. Neat rows of small bony plates circle his round and tapering tail and cover his stubby legs and his small pointed face. The ar- madillo eats anis and varies his menu with an assortment of other insects. Questions assed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beacu, California 32MB. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1370) after that age is usually fat. Check your resting heart rate. If it is less than 70 beats per minute you are more apt to have good heart action. Young men in good physical condition usually have heart rates of 60 Now, inventory your food hab- its. Are you on a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol? You should be. What do you eat for breakfast? Eggs? Ba- con? Bultered toast? Coffee 'with cream? II so, you start each day losing ground on your health program. What are your habits? Cigar- ettes? Coffee? Colas? Alcohol? If you are a heavy smoker, you are significantly increasine your chances of illness. Do you have an exercise pro- gram or do you get enough ex- ercise These items are the most im- portant aspects of an annual examination for the vast ma jorily oS people. I em appalled at how many people have pcnsive annual checkups that ignore these aspects of health Often the patient leaves wiifc- out anyone really saying airy- thing iit him about his habits. Oh, there is lots of interest in the laboratory tests usually normal but the meat of the issue is in the above items And you can answer most of hese questions yourself. Dear Dwtflr How often 4KB VSRV HOW ABOUT SOWS HELP? BLONDlE-By Chic Young IMOSCNtE HIBLEV HAS CALLED TEN TIMES IN THE LASr T3J UINUTES BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker THE OCUNTEYS ewAWAiwe wrrU ECOLOSI6TS.' 111 ABNER-By AI Capp beats per minute or less. my bowels move? If they your resting heart rate is move once a day, should 80 beats per minute you take a laxative? a much greater chance of Reader It is not nec- den death at an earlier age to have a diily bowel those with rates below The frequency of If you didn't flunk the bowel movements depends heart rate test, exercise by how much of what you ning in place about one If you are on a liquid diet. at a rate of 60 steps a mintue when the left there won't be enough bulk for a large stool. Becom- hits the floor. Lie down bowel conscious and taking count your heart rate again. is a good way to de- it is over 100 beats per minute you are not in optimal condition. You don't need to run to the doctor. Get rid of the continuing bowel problems. Eat a good diet end get enough exercise, nnd if you slill concerned about your bow- ettes, coffee, colas and s, see your doctor before you first. Start walking some each taking laxatives regularly. f-AN'AOOrr ,'TOVORE S DAMCE BUD3ET, k A LIMITED APPBAU LIKE WE'LL EUMMV-NATE L ir. THAWS NO JACK S.UKE OORdACK S..'.' 44 60 oo A, OFNOUSETO YEAR-- NOEODV-EXCEP'WIP A HOLE IM THAR HEAD.'.' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana GOREN ON BRIDGE CHARLES H. COHEN [B 1V7II Vt TH OlICMfl Tlibm] Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTft VJ84 OQ8S A, no WEST EAST 4 5 5 i OK784Z OJ09 SOUTH AKJ157S3 0 AJ3 bidding: West Nortfc Easl Fill Fin f Fast Pass Opening lend; Seven cf Vert waj virtually end- (ilsyed from the opening gun, and :ho he found the least damaging load against South'a six spade contract, the declarer, steadily applied the prcssuro and forced his opponent eventually lo sue- tumb. Wcsl opened the seven of clubs and inasmuch as de- clarer did not require on Im- mediate discord, ho played lie ten from tliimmy. East covered with the queen and South ruffed. Trumps woro firara in Ihfco VYcsj discarding two SBS one club. Declarer observed that hs could discard a diamond on the ace of clubs. If the dia- mond finesse succeeded, ha could afford to lose one heart trick. Similarly, if the queen of hearts dropped under tha ace or king, the slam is safe- ly home no mailer which op- ponent lai the king of dia- monds. South decided to tut learts iirjt by casting tha ace Hnj. Altho queen remained outstanding, lie led a third round of hearta. 11 loe suit divided eveniy, fin end play might be in Ujc off- the diamond was always available as a last resort. West -was In Ihe queen of hearts, however ha had no safe If ho relumed n club, it would present South with a free finesse of the jack ond thereby provide the de- clarer with two club discards. In desperation, West relumed a (bat East held Ihq Jack and that South would misguesfi the situation. The queen of played from dummy. When It held Ihe trick, Souli discard- Off Hs Jack of diamonds oa Ihe. ace of clubs and claimed his contract, lie lost ona' tC'iit trick on Jt-it JBoyie's Column By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) It might be a bettor world if: Smog would go back where It came from, Girls wore haircuts so we could tell them from the boys. Now that women appear fo be liberated, they'd start pick- ing up men's luncheon cheques. They'd lower the price of hot charge you extra lav the muslard. Someone made a movie without a bedroom scene. Monday was turned into a payday, so at least we'd have some reason to look forward to the first day of the work week. The propliecies of gypsy for- tune tellers really came true. No nrug could be called a wonder drug until it did some- thing wonderful. A way could be found In get trains, planes and wives lo their destinations on time, Garb'c and onions could be made breathless. Churches had "standing room only" rijiiis on Ihcir front doors. There were four Julio An- drews-each with a voice lovelier (hail the olhcrs. Ed Sullivan would learn lo card tricks on ud perhaps a few bird imita- tions. I Teen-agers hibernated dur- ing their querulous years and emerged as well-adjusted, comyanionable adults. NEED INVITE TO WAR College students lound something to riot 1m instead of against. No country would be al- lowed to altaid a war unless it received an engraved Invi- tation from all those already participating in it. Cigars would automatically self-destruct five minutes after going oul. Beggars could be choosers. Dandelions smellcd as sweet as roses. Everybody issued his own credit cards. Anybody caught bragging about his new diet in pubb'c would have bis mouth washed oul with chicken fat and then stuffed with 12 pounds of as- sorted carbohydrates. No doctor would be allowed to drive a Cadillac unless he agreed to make a minimum of 100 house calls in it each year. Somebody woulcf Invent a self-wiping pair of bifocals, People had lo pay for the privilege of giving you advice meant for your own good Rock 'n' roll music would simply loll away. j WHV.M1SS YOU'RE HEAVENS, IS THAT A VI WOULDtn BOOK YOU'RE CMC THIS TO YOUR TOTHBW.1 ALWAYS WHEN _ THIS HI AND LOI5-By Dik Browns SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY SOT ALL THOSE INSTRUCTIONS STRAIGHT? JUST LIKE VA OBCJEREP... HOLD TH'ONIONS AN'HEAvy) ;