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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta nVTVIIIWI 191 Ask Andy WINTER HABITAT Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Peggy age of for her Where do fish go in Almost all the earth's waters teem with assorted 'fishes. Some thrive in icy polar others enjoy life in the tropics or temperate zones. Some migrate with the seasons and when winter com- es to our streams and certain fishes sink to the bot- tom and take a long rest. We live in the temperate where winter often freezes our lakes and streams. Under the the fishes manage to each in his own way A pond rarely freezes solid and often the deeper water is not much cooler than it was during the summer the deeper'levels may drop ten degrees or more when winter comes. For some this is too cool for com- fort For the whiskery catfish is quite sen- sitive to the cold. So is the bullhead. During the worst of the they sink down to the bottom of their streams and go into a deep winter sleep. Lake trout enjoy cool water and during the summer they tend to stay near the where the water is coolest. Winter suits them just fine and they range happily at all from the bottom right up to just below the ice. As a the whitefish prefer the medium about half way between the top and the bot- tom There they stay active through summer and winter In summer we find the bass and the bluegill sunfish in the warm sunny water near the surface. They prefer warm water and are quite sensitive to the cold. When winter com- they sink down to lower where the water is a little warmer They do not but they do slow down and eat very little. more than 000 different fishes live in our watery and most of them live in the salty seas All of of are born swimmers and many are free to roam for hundreds and even thousands of miles around the globe. Teeming schools of herring and mackerel travel far and wide in search of food Fun with figures .By J. A. H. Each letter stands for a different digit. There's only one answer for our APPLES will be truly odd' What do you make of APPLES APPLES LADY PLEASE Thanks for an idea to A Ontario. Yesterday's answer. The clock showed 12 minutes before 5 o'clock. Goran on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN c TM CkiUM Trlkmt Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A AK52 AS 0 A Q J 10 7 3 WEST EAST Ik Void J 101143 7 4 0654 SOUTH 632 012 The North East South I 0 PMI 2 V 4 1 0 Pass 4 NT Pass PMI 6 Past Put PMI Opening Ace of 4 One of the fascination of contract bridge is the way complexion of the hand as the play pro- gresses. To illustrate the pe- culiarities of this con- sider this hand dealt recent- y during a social game at he home of Mr. and Mrs. franco Scalamandre. North's opening bid of two jiamonds does not find favor with this department. The land has five losers and is worth only 21 so it to 00 weak to insist on game. In opening bid of one dia- nond is if part- it is most unlike- that a game has been nosed. the resulting nntract of six hearts U'L sound enough. Under normal it depends ei- ther on a 3-3 spsde break or a successful diamond fi- nesse. A glance at the full hand reveals with the king of diamonds well situat- the slam should roll home. That is fine and dandy in theory. In Mrs. sitting opened the ace of clubs and continued with the queen. This gave declarer the possi- bility of a and opened up a host of addition- al lines of play. For in- declarer could ruff in dummy with the dis- carding a diamond from his in which case the slam would depend only on trumps breaking no worse than better than 90 per cent chance of success. Unfortunately for there was also available a line that offered better than 9ft per cent odds of making the slam. That was to ruff low in dummy and discard a diamond from the close hand. After cashing the ace of declarer could re- turn to his hand with the queen of spades to draw and could then claim. The line would fail only if one defender was void in spades and had at least two trumps. Not declarer opted for this latter method of play. Needless to It was not a resounding triumph when West ruffed the queen of spades for a one-trick set. Your horoscope ly JNM Mmt rttite Many fishes migrate to wanner waters during the winter. temperature changes in the sea are never as fierce as they are on the land. In summer the sea is somewhat cooler than the land and in winter it is somewhat warmer. The seasons there are not so hard on the fishes. being such good most species can migrate to the warmer or cooler seas that suit them best. Though fishes are cold blooded many species prefer to live in polar seas Many thrive in the Arc- even when the surface is covered with chunks of wintry ice. Herring and haddock and cod feast on the rich plankton off Alaska and summer and winter. And the world's most bountiful fishing region is the chilly Humboldt current that flows from the Antarctic along the coast of Peru. asked by child- ren of Herald ahould mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntlngton California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. NOV. It Yew MrtMay Flex- ibility is the quality you develop in this year of normal growth and confirmed moderate progress. Career or business challenges you to revise your perhaps your long-term goals. Today's natives display rare personal a strong desire for wealth and power. ARIES 21-April Discipline that natural im- pulse to clear off the work week with a buying spree. Someone near you is overly interested in your cash. TAURUS 20-May Legal moves run into endless discussion which largely misses the point. Do what you see as necessary without waiting to be told. GEMINI Wishful thinking is one compo- nent of your view of the world today. Little progress is achieved without your per- sonal supervision. CANCER 21-July You learn to allow all things to happen in their own good time A smart answer may be regretted LEO 32-Aug. You are at a peak of personal energy but this does not mean that others automatically agree with you or can keep up with your pace. VIRGO 23-Sept. Your natural caution in spending comes into good stead as some old issues arise for consideration. LIBRA 23 -Oct. Be willing to try something you hadn't before. In discus- sion of past take care not to reopen a settled issue. SCORPIO 23-Noy. Step right up with a straight- forward statement of what you feel is then take responsibility for your own actions. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Signals are mis- leading. Those who offer help are necessarily interested in the same results you par- ticularly if you aren't well ac- quainted with all facts. CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Almost anything you including doing has its drawbacks or side effects. Consult those you care about. Heed advice AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Where things run it's an achievement on your part. Formulating ideas so that others grasp them easily is the most dif- ficult chore. PISCES 19-March Overdoing brings no im- mediate tangible doesn't change the un- appreciative attitude of most people. Do only what you con- sider essential The Chicago Tribune Lawrence Lamb M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB I am writing you concerning my husband He is 36 years old and has always been active in particularly basket- ball. About six months ago he weighed 205. He started a jogging program and jogged two miles every day. In about five months he lost 20 pounds. He felt great Then he had an earache and went to the doctor While the doctor discovered he had high blood pressure. At that time it was 170 over 100. After taking it came down to 150 over 90 He was told to lose more weight and forget the jogging. The jogg- ing does not even tire him. Do you agree he should forget If he he will have trouble losing and most likely will gain some. Why is jogging harmful7 DEAR READER It is probably a good idea to take several blood pressure readings over several different days before deciding what an elevated reading means in an apparently young man. If it is persistent- ly then most doctors would agree that it should be treated Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov. 15 Brazil was proclaimed a republic 84 years ago today in 1889 when the army revolted against Emperor Pedro II who ruled Portugal and Brazil. Pedro's father had proclaimed Brazil's independence in 1822 when the Portuguese government tried to reassert power over the colony it had lost during Napoleon's occupation. Pedro II had ruled since he was only five yeats when his father was deposed for spending time and money on securing the Portuguese throne for his Margaret. 1943 Coal miners in Alberta and British Columbia ended a two-week strike. 1921 The League of Nations held its first meeting in Geneva. 19N Canada's first movie theatre opened in Toronto. 1873 Budapest was proclaimed the capital of Hungary. 1315 Switzerland was vic- torious over Austria in the Battle of Morgarten. One of the best treatments in such cases is to get rid of any excess fat that can be eliminated. I'd also suggest limiting salt Exercise tends to cause the blood pressure to rise during the exercise effort. Your husband's doctor is concerned that the pressure may be too high as a combined result of the effort of jogging and his basic elevated pressure at rest If he gets his weight down and his pressure is nor- mal he may not object to your husband returning to sensible jogging By that. I mean a slow trot and not an effort to .set any time marks Men are bad about competing They love to run faster than the next guy if nothing faster then they did a week ago or a month ago That is what causes the trouble A very slow comfortable jog is less likely to be harmful. 1 agree that the jogging is important to help control but it seems to be out of the question for the moment Perhaps I could suggest a compromise. A good two-mile walk a day will help your husband if he has the a three-mile walk each day would be better. If he can walk three miles a day j it will really help in his weight control program and he will be in shape to resume jogging when his weight is down and his blood pressure low enough to satisfy his doctor Walking for a man in his physical con- dition won't hurt him. If he has been off exercise though for sometime I would suggest he break into the walking slowly over at least a week or longer. DEAR DR. LAMB -1 have been hearing so much about coffee and heart attacks of late. What about the decaffeinated coffees' DEAR READER For the vast number of people decaffeinated products are fine. There is an occasional person who has digestive problems and cannot tolerate the flavor oils of any type of coffee. for the most I think using a decaffeinated product offers many not only for the but for other medical par- ticularly in the pit of the Send yon questions to Dr. hi care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 1N19. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on send M cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Of PICE LIKE ON OUR VTHAT' 'THAT'S NOT A 6RAP6... THAT'6 kyfrMki'iNl WHAT CMABiry ABE WE BAISIN6 THE MOCY FDffPI A FOR VOUR INCASE DOeSM'T LALJ6H AT JOKES. 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