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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGI HERAIO Friday, Nov.mber 13, 1978 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon SATURDAY NOV.M Your birthday toiia.v: Rec- ognition in your particular field may conic this year. You have many factors Irom outside converging to help your struggle for improve- ment. Self-promotion should be a part of your daily effort, with the goal of increasing your position. Emotional life promises many bright mo- ments. Today's natives for nil their impulsive, restless natures, do love their homes. Many are poets, painters, as- trologers. AHIES (March Zl-April This is an intellectual day of fresh ideas. Relatives can bo Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia lo Terry Ware, age 12, of DCS Moifles, Iowa, for his question: How does one dispose of old flags? It speaks without words, it sings without making a sound and with the help of a pass- ing breeze, it lifts your heart. What is it? Naturally it, is a flag, the highflying flag that speaks tor you and every other citizen of your country. Such a symbol, of course, would lose its meaning it it represented every aspect of human nature. For this reason, a national flag should select the best human qualities and stand for a coun- try's noblest ideals. Every American State and Canadian Province has its own flag. The Olympic Games and the United Nations, the Boy Scouts and a multitude of oth- er organizations all have their own flags. So do the various branches of the armed ser- vices. All of them are symbols that stand for the which they belong. groups to Hags are people-loving symbols because they should represent the best qualities of human nature. People who like people know this and respect them. Some even respect the flags of their enemies. This is a worthy idea. However, people who really like people detest such flags as the terrifying Jolly Roger that was hoisted by the plundering pirates of old. The most cherished flags are those that represent whole na- tions and countries. The na- tional flag of Canada has a wide red band down each side and the wider white band in the centre is adorned with a bold red maple leaf. The flag of the United States, as ev- erybody knows, is the Stars and Stripes affectionately known as Old Glory. Every country has a quota of people, young and old who cannot un- derstand or respect the flag. The rest of us want to make Reproduction cell feat disclosed BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) A research biology team at the State University at Buffalo says !t has created a living, repro- ducing cell from the compon- ents of other cells. The disclosure was made In a letter sent to newspapers and radio and television stations an- nouncing a dinner here Dec. 7 at which the breakthrough would be discussed. "This work opens up an new era for artificial life synthesis now being explored, for exam- ple for the synthesis of new mi- cro organisms, new egg cells and an organism capable of liv- ing on the letter ad- vised. "Industrial applications can be expected to the let- ter added. The feat was accomplished by a research team headed by Dr. James F. Danielli. The patchwork cell has re- produced itself in a laboratory culture and is still alive, a uni- versity spokesman said. He said the team broke down an amoeba, the simplest of animal forms, into its nucleus and cell body parts and reassembled the parts to make another amoeba. A SIMILARITY Like modern hippies, the early Greeks considered it more dignified to go without shoes. sure that none of its meaning is lost or degraded. Eespect is strongest when everybody agrees to show it in the same way. So we appreciate the rules for handling the flag on all occasions. These are not sentimental gestures, but sen- sible procedures to help us show our united respect. In some countries, flag fly- ing is very restricted. But Am- ericans c n display their Old Glory on countless occasions, at home and in public. Natural- ly the rules include keeping it clean and in good repair. We can mend it and wash it, though dry cleaning is better. Sudsy water may blur its bold colors and disqualify it for dis- play. Finally it becomes too shabby for active duty and nat- urally we wish to dispose of it with the dignity it deserves. The idea of tearing it up like any old rag, perhaps to make dusters, makes us feel very un- comfortable. If a flag's life-time included some outstanding event, we may wish to fold it away and keep in a suitable place for a while. But eventually we must dispose of it. The best method is to burn it, quickly and com- pletely. This ensures that no ragged remnants remain to mar the memory of its past glory. It is more considerate to dispose of it before we hoist up its replacement. There are special ways to fold the flag for storage be- tween displays. If it is fixed to Its furl it around and encase smoothly it in cover. An unattached flag de- serves a special military fold. Its two long sides are folded in to form a smooth strip of Uiree thicknesses. Then one corner at the striped end is folded across in a neat triangle. This forms a base for folding more and mora triangles to the end of the strip. The finished package is a fat triangle, showing the hem and a few stars. Questions assed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntlngton Beach, California 92648. (CopyrigM Chronicle Pullishing Co. 1070) dealt with readily at the mo-1 thing you skipped over in the past now needs attention. Ca- are probably preda- raent. New interesting, too1. TAURUS (April M-Miy An extra effort makes a dis- proportionately largo impact now. Personal enterprises, ori- ginal ideas are strongly favor- ed. GEMINI (May 21-Jnne Your increased mental energy generates curiosity, perhaps a restless urge to move on to greener pastures. Tire evening brings romantic interest. CANCER (June 21-July Whatever you do not quite un- derstand is now open to yourj investigation. Confidential mat- ters should move with dispatch out of public view. New ideas need further work. LEO