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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wptlm-Mluy. Novi-mlmr 17, 1971 Vmir li TlllT.S., NOV. The >rar is li Cun-ll'lic- Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon Mums In pnmicr. find answers, SfOlll'K) (Ort. ?i Xuv. AWAllll'S (Jan. 21 I i fi-.Mit i.nn- Iht- lul nil Kilt ill faith, and love. CANTKK (June 1M .filly With all its edges and coarse-, grain surfaces, today does pro-; in Slay away from material con- I .siderations ItllMS withou .MMKS i.Man-h L'l ll U't others inn rathiT lhan try them inlu deals tlioy tlnn't yet under SAWIT.MtU'S (Nov. 22-DiT. Intuition, imagination are more alive than ordinarily. Let no fleeting idea po nniTeordnl. OOven hits of trivia may be cx- Ireinely important. IHAPITLICKERANP NOW I'M HOOP A6AIN1 Versatility can he over- a few really seasi- i.iuiy Aug. 221: i''1'1 tllinss lo do llu-'in ['resent your positive, oplimi.' tie side to the world, hiieht and early. Waste iieilh-! Your plans, with just a brought to a balance with cv themselves IT lime nor paiienei- trying to little updating, now liegin li any more than the day's j work out well. Take the initia live, seek co-operation. 1 work done, stand. evening mailers tend VIIKIO (A to take new am! interesting di- s.'ome risks redions. TAl'Kl'S t ?n .Ma> ability lo proceed despite doubt Annul routine and half-done is irsied. projects firsl despite lempUi- I.IHIIA Hops to sri'.tler energy. better off ignoring gossip al- exaniinal together. may liav (1KMIM (May 21 .limr Younger people and their ad- I'lSCKS Ill March Kvery situation must rest on ius own essential conditions. f.M'HK'OKX (Dec. 22 .Inn. Correspondence should be hi settled. (1971: I'.y The Chicago Tribune) rUMBLEWEEDS-3y TOM K. RYAN V on. 221: t yourself Ihe favor of m 10 see if uitiusni some basis Like wise, i! will not (lo to uncritical- ly praise. Ask why and what for. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Diubeles cause impotence IT'S HATE N f.. SNEAKY WEEK Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Bcok Kncydopedia to Billie Burton, age 'l-l, of Milwaukee. Wiscon- sin, for his question: What were the Devonian arm- ored fishes like? They came in many shapes and sizes and most of them BLONDIE-By Chic Young years and change? suitable for sucking from ihe Muddy sea floor. Ostracoderm was somewhat streamlined and often Ihree feet long. Some of his cousins were shorter or thicker or had more semblcd robois designed lo Iwny plates. Some of these spc- j small children, lint whc'ii cies may or may not have giv- armor plated fishes lived en rise lo the true aimoral I 'they were the most advanced' fishes the placodenns. Early j animals on our planet. They in the period, (lie ancient seas I dominated life in the ancient were populated with various ser.s for million years, shar-1 species of shell skinned and he ihc part of their reign j true armored lishc.s. Beth types of sweat-: with large and smallish sharks, i were similar, though the placo- The armored fishes have been may no longer sweat extinct for about .101) million when inipolency is cans-, years and they may or may ed by nerve involvement from been the direct ances- derms had more bony armor and tended to come in more fantastic shapes. They had one BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker cine and even that doesn't help, suggested to him hormone shuis. but ho sr.ys no. Mv wife is desperate and so am 1. Any suggestions a- to cause? I am a diabolic. ..............._ ....._ _ other remarkable feature that of our modern bony fishes, i set them apart. Xone of those early fishes were very mobile. Rut distressed lo need a little help j Suppose we could telescope i the placoderm 'had a special but the best hope is careful man-1 the history of the earth into a j joint that slightly raised the top acement of voiir diabetes. Ilor i single year. The Devonian Per-! his skull. This enabled him moncs will help either, in iod would whisk by during thc his food end gradually ihe form of pills IT shots. I' second week of November. It is gavc rise lo jaw bones. Toward orr> 10 sa> that even if! known as Ihc Age of Fishes and end of thc Devonian Period. actually lasted about 60 million some of the armored fishes had 3 wea, LEAVE, IJELL l-l? The Devonian inherited corals things. The normal reaction is de- i lion, eliminate any excess body! When it closed, early plants pendent upon the proper time-1 fat vou may have and avoid i and animals were well es- tion of the nervous system. Di- had habits, such as cigarettes i tablishcd on the dry land, abetes can end does cause dam-' and alcohol. There is some evi- age to the function of nerves, dcnce that individuals with dia- Thc autonomic nervous system.' holes who are in very good con- automaticallv controls the tune- dition require less insulin and lions of the'body, such as the, do betier as long as they main- changes in the size of blood ve teis. movements in the live tract and even sweating, encouraging to you bu: there also inherited a protective out- III ABNER-By Al Capp S'ome armored fishes were mackerel sized and others me Devonian mncriteci corals w lhrcc [ee, Q and a large variety of mverte-: cies hum d an( brate sea dwellers from pre- over (he front ha, c- n r vious ages. It also inherited Ihe of fcs hc do better as long as they main- first vertebrate complete with fins ,ik cs- lain good physical condition. a bony spine and internal skeic-; One es- My answer may no! be very ton. However, this fishy fellow of crcct ill be er coat of crusty His and the pair of primitive fins under his chin were covered ervous svslem. Nor-: cation has been cut bv i wilh .sllclls' maily. blood ,s trapped hv elos- ccnl and ihe armed furces pay- j rounl] wils ing riff the normal outflow of j roll increased by per cent in blood through iho veins. Cin-1 the Moroccan budget, esti- stii'o of hinnd vessels to accom- j mate submitted to parliament. Il'lSil OtlCC piisli this is brought about by !l is thought lo bo the first nerve reflexes. time roya! spending lias been Combined u iih Ihe problem I reduced. _ ______ic species had a pair of erect fins, like spikcy horns behind his bony, bullet shaped head, plus a dorsal fin and a variety of shell- covered fins on his underside. Questions aPTted Uy cnfMren of Herald readers should be mailed to Andy, P.O. Box Tfio. Hunt ing ton Beacii. California ri2r.4tt. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) -AN'AK'LUX E.UT THAT GOES JH r.'.OS' TiPVORE THE OWE IN Gr-uQ'.'.'- HE'S A VULGARILLA" OLIVERY.'EMDELL 1'Cl f-, IT-__ 'ra ItJ) _ 1. VULSAR.CRITCHER X PIGHT INTO RATriiiP. -riy THAN LISTEN TO HIS VTUi.'-STORlES, A GENTLEMAN 7ORE NEAREST ARCHIE-By Bob Montana GOREN ON BRIDGE Love triumphs BY CHARLES If. GOREN (t> 1571: The Chi Botl; vulnerable. West deals. NORTH A 742 in 7 6 K G 3 A 10 WEST EAST K 3 A Q .110 S 6 V- J 2 .1 3 0 A J 10 8 Q 9 S K 8 7 r, J 5 4 SOL'TII A K .r> C A K 9 J 5 A 03 2 The bidding; tVest .North East f J Pass 1 Pass 4 uas group manager for he has only clubs 1KA. appareiillv alarmed I'.C.O. at their Campbcll- forced lead away wave of revulsion .set off and (irallon s king assures South humiliation, announced Wilkes will assume Ins t two tricks in 1 a r ring and fvalliering Nov. I. B In all he loses for and two After Ihe tarring, Marta ON S'i'llIKK it develops that East under elose army jiuard. (Al1) Kngi- player with the u'odding originally was fixed al. all radio stations in South can still Saturday, but was set. back Chilean capital walked off and try out the clubs in allmv to juhs Monday. 1. to guess thc layout fidin v.agcs. All Hi radin v. ill he ueat llic j in. in Ihc Koyal Anglian 1 THIS IS OUR NRW YOUR MR. LYONS.' ROOfA LYONS' HI AND LOIS-By Dlk Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY WHAT'S U LES I HAV ITE.M... A I CAN'T ;