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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IETHBR1PGE HERALD Friday, November 27, 1970 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon flATUHDAY, NOV. energies are high, use them for communication. (SScpf. Oct. Attend correspondence. Con- Tour Mrlhilay today; seek fresh uses of with people while travel- ci jnvstical skills and kwwledgo may turn up long-lost rela- bci-iiis. On one level Ask and answer charm people toto seeing things your way; on you" have difficulty tinguishing between M jt A thinking and valid -4.D a it In social context, lies your fomtly and special qualities ih.'t defy description. Romance pervades life cam, as an visibla undercurrent. sends a complete natives display set of the World charitable qualifes to MSrtia quite a gift of age 12, of Tucson, ARIESS (March 21 April for her star of the constella- Cultivate all is die biggest Auriga, the Charioteer. scramble to got your ventures onto a high level of activity. Get technical help. Apply for distant situations, if available. TAURliS (April SO May Attend to legal matters, insurance, tax returns and such. Invite advice from important people and learn of an unused opportunity. Promises made now are lasting. GEMINI (May 21 June Marital or concerns take on lively are, you would pick Sirius, the brightest star seen from the earth. But when it comes to star-gazing, appearances are deceptive. The stars vary in size, distance and brilliance. Sparkling Sirius is big, bright and rather close. Certain bigger and brighter stars are barely visible because they are at enormous distances. The biggest stars known happen to bo dim and far is a winter constellation between Orion and Taurus and somewhat higher in the sky. Alpha Aurigae is the brilliant star Capella. Near it, lost against the background of the Milky Way, is the largest star known to astronomers at present. Even if it were closer to us, it would be dim. For Epsilon Aurigae is a cool, young star that sheds very little ordinary light. It is rated as tance, but save some time infrared supergiant because make a bid outside your view of the Heavens of its radiation is in the vate life. The evening to a pie-slice section infrared light range. be active, Milky Way. Most of measurable diameter is CANCER (June 21 July Consultation with people of influence goes well. Pursue career advancement. Seek to be of service in your community-there are tangible and in our own galaxy and in other teeming galaxies, of the universe are beyond the range of even our best telescopes. It so happens that the largest star we know cannot be seen than times wider than the sun but indirect evidence suggests that it may be times wider than the sun. This enormous size is easier to grasp when we compare it with LEO (July 23-Ang. Your restraint on material resources is a quietly important factor today. Romantic and sentimental feelings are tinted by eyes. It has no common name and is called Epsilon Aurigae. Astronomers use the letters of the Greek alphabet to name the stars of a in bur solar system. Suppose that Epsilon Aurigae were to replace our sun. Its outer edges would be somewhere near the orbit 01 talgia for a mythical past. VIRGO (Aug. 23 SSept. in order of their brilliance. Epsilon Aurigae 'a the Mercury, Venus anc tho earth would be near its also would be well in- the supergiant. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. the inside of a star very hot, though this whop- supergiant is much cooler our sun and its tain gases Simple daily a near-vacuum. Astronomers classify it as a very star and predict that il promote grow smaller, hotter anc brighter as it grows older. An supergiant shrinks to red supergiant, similar to H this hot, bright star You can avoid the Do not use this unless our sun it would reach tioc problem by forming a and discontinue as the orbit of Mars. ular bowel habit. This it is expected to be- mean the bowels must usually takes one to a much hotter yellow every day. You should consume to establish normal bowel function. The morning and then a seething blue-white star, somewhat larger volume at breakfast to a natural reflex our sun. late the normal reflex call and the vicious cycle Etoo! that follows eating. constipation, laxative sit on the stool within an hour after your meal. Another meal can be chosen if it is more convenient. The meal needn't eon-tain lots of calories. Two glasses of warm water help to fill the stomach. Two cups of a beverage roay be enough to initiate the call for some people. If you are already having the bowel problem, you can usually conect it. Of course, any significant hemorrhoids (piles) or be broken. In some cases, deep seated emotional problems require additional attention, usually by a psychiatrist. An over all effort should be made to increase the bulk in the diet. This means salads, vegetables, fruits and cereals. When physical inactivity is a factor, a simple exercise program like daily walking wiU have located several other infrared super-giant stars and some may be even larger than Epsilon Aurigae. It was possible to measure this star because it happens to be a pair of binary stars. The smaller companion is a bright star and it orbits behind, then in front ot its huge, dark partner. These eclipses helped to reveal the dimensions of the cal rectal problems should things that irritate supergiant. corrected. Stop all laxatives tract, like tobacco, any type. You might as coffee and highly choose breakfast as the meal foods. Mexican food is an sends a World Book trigger your call to stool Highly seasoned to Linda Hatynsfci, ags 'Eat a good breakfast food irritates the entire of Winnipeg, Manitoba, ing bulk. This includes tract from mouth to for her question: fruit, toast, fruit juice and sometimes called there ever be another ice er beverages. Immediately ter breakfast, sit on the sudden onset of failure ages of the past left and read to distract bowels to move requires of evidence of their from the bowels. Continue medical attention. devastation. We hate to practice daily. Every three days, a small tap-water enema can be used1 in the morning after sitting on the stool if no movement has occurred. Some cases do require one to three tablespoonfuls of mineral oil, taken at constipation problems relate to poor diet, bad habits, inactivity, injudicious use of laxatives, enemas and failure to train the bowel. By following the simple procedure I have outlined, most people can avoid becoming "a bowel another one is possible, but nobody can make a well-founded prediction. In order to forecast such an event, we must know a great deal about it, including why it happens. So far, scientists have been unable to discover the causes of ice ages with any cer- GOHEN ON Whea we learn what triggered them in the past, we BY CHARLES H. west played tin be able to use these fac- a inn w TM chion TIHMI Both vulnerable. So returned the queen wMch declarer to predict the possibility of a future ice age. returned Un Hng scientists have and West wai In several theo r i e s. the ace. He exiled with the sun's radiation and the next two reduced, lowering the taken by North's temperature by a few WEST -l declarer's queen. South bad lost two Mela A more likely theory suggests the earth's at- AS AS72 one heart and one club. If the diamonds art divided) three-two, then he would shut out solar radiation. Perhaps if became choked with dust and thick fumes from cue loser in that volcanic activity. If SOUTH OK9SJ opening lead iad all the earmarks of singleton however, and the declarer had takes out preclusions is cope with is true, our polluted atmosphere may cMU the global weather and eventually create the very first man-made ice Ite three of diamonds Sonfi West Kfffil from dosed hind asfced by children 14 West shoved out, Herald readers should be Pass Pass Fail Opening lead: Four of 6 Tta blind lead of a elngte. (on against a suit contract was played from dummy. East was In Kith thi Jack, however oa the return ha must surrender a trlci. to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntlngton Beach, California 926-18. the hope of obtaining ruff is o rfsky'procedure and ij not recommended unless led a club or heart, it would give the declarer a tuf! and discard, Chronicle Publishing Co. IOJO) player has a sura however would Irici, er elsa is South's in tbat that his partner has Ihe West had chosen FIGURE ft Urn suit led. Today's hand, where South was ihe declarer a contract of four spades, Ss a good c3se in point. West chose to open the few of North played the deuce and East's les Jnrccd cut declarer's ace. Trumps were drawn in thres pulls eat South led tio saiS for opening lead, it Is reasonable to suppose that tha declarer would lava gone set-altho Jio can still succeed by stripping out the side and then leading a small diamond from his hand and covering West's Jour (AR) South African Ambassador Johannes Uys denied T h H r s d ,1 y ilia Africans had been jailed without trial for political offences. Addressing the National Press Club here, Uys admitted the number of people jailed was high, but denied their crimes were political questions. Plans for the future take precedence. SCOIU'IO (Oct. 23 Financial affairs and your spirit take a sudden upturn. Pursue your advantage with whatever "is presented while the chance lasts. Make your talents visible. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Promote your plans stead- ily all day. Start with the more important people and 0o on wherever they lead. The eve- ning brings a model of satisfac- tion, a healthy fatigue. CAPRICORN (0cc. 28 Jan. You have powerful sup- port from people if you show them that they can help with- out getting involved. Seek con- nections even in very unlikely places. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Now you are apt to let the idealism of your friends lead you into unworkable programs. Make sure the decisions and responsibilities are not pri- marily yours. PISCES (Feb. 19-Msrch Give attention to your career. Plan ways of presenting your, self in a better light. You can recover lost ground in areas where you have been neglect- ful. 1970, Newsday, Inc. Doctor mystery deepens SAN FRANCISCO (CP) The mystery surrounding a Ca- nadian doctor rescued with a woman companion from a gas- filled apartment here has taken a new twist with the arrival of a third RCMP detective to ques- tion Mm about the disappear- ance a British Columbia wo- man. Dr. Glen Stewart Is recover- ing in hospital from Hie effects of inhaling gas a possible overdose of drugs. Waiting to question him are two RCMP detectives from Vic- toria, investigating the shooting death of Gordon Adrien Kralt, 23, caretaker of bible camp at Bamfield, on Vancouver land, about Oct. 30. They were joined Wednesday by a sergeant from the RCMP division at Princo Rupert, in- vestigating the disappearance d a northern B.C. woman. An RCMP official at Prince Rupert confirmed that Stewart is to be questioned in the miss- ing person case, but declined to give details. He said a state- ment may be issued Friday. Dr. Stewart, 43, a native of Lethbridge who has practised medicine in several B.C. cen- tres, and Maria Trigiani, 31, an Italian national who has been living in Canada, were rescued from the gas-filled apartment Tuesday. Motorcycle fatalities alarming EDMONTON (CP) An in- crease in motorcycle fatalities in the younger age group was described as "a little alarm- ing" by Alberta's chief coroner yesterday. Dr. M. M. Cantor said there were 17 motorcycle operators killed in Alberta from May SS to Oct. 10, varying in age from 14 to 23. Practically all ol the death reports, he said in an inter- view, held indications of ex- cessive speeds. Three had li- quor consumption as the cause. During the same four-month p e r i o d 14 motorcyclists were killed in 1969, with 13 involved in fatal accidents in 1968, Prince claims sister got bum rap LONDON (AP) Prince Charles says it waj a bum rap when reporters quoted his sister, Princess Anne, as saying the bald eagle was a bad choice for the U.S. na- tional emblem. Stories to this effect fol- lowed a White House visit by the heir to the throne and his sister last summer. Charles told reporters. "The fact was that I had been idiotic enough to ask why the eagle was the em- blem, and having been told that a turkey had originally been considered, Princess Anne said she thought that B had its MY UF6.ANP ItLDO 8JHATCVEK I WWT WllH I'MMYOWNPBCSON! LANCElOT-By Coksr Penn A COUPLE PKOUSHT THEIR VO6 INTO TUB BlONPlE-By Chic Young YOU WOMEN LET TWOSB FASHION D6SISNBOS LEAP AROUND HA. BET IB THEY TOLJ3 YOU TO WEAK A GUNNY SACK, -I Ynu'OOO IT BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker BMP5, WIU. iOtt CALL A STAFF MBiTlNS >H A HALF HODS? 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