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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LEiMBRinsc HERALD November 71, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TMUTtSriAV, NOVEMHEn Your liiriliilav Iniliiv: ICnr- lier education now pivi-s you ndvanlages in proportion lo what yon gamed Iwyoncl curriculum pnipt'r. r'er.sumi! relationships li e c o in c in- tense. Today's nalivm nrr energetic, n s u a 11 y support lilieral MilES (March i In rc.iohinp oul lo be sure Hint you art only taking on the administration nf whatever pro- grain contains tlic prnhlcm. T.U'Ill'Ji (April 20-Mny I Whilp yon ,-itlenri Hie respon- isibiiilics so familiar tn you, think over your good fortune. There is a way lo further ex- Icnd your resources. GEMINI (May 21 .limp LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Controlling Ion- blood nu gar Dear Dr. Lamh T read with much interest your article on tow blood sugar, hj-poglycemia. T have func'Jonal hypoglycemia and my doctor lound my sugar lo drop as lo'.v as 25. It .seems lo me. and believe me 1 know, that the simplest thing is usual- ly left out of ups. Eat breakfast early in the day. Never fkip a meal. Eat on lime. Eat small meals often. In other words, following a strict diet is an importanl pail of the treatment. Protein is very important, but 1 have found mil that it is not half as important as being on time with meals. This will pre- vent a headache. II I am at home. I do fine, but if I am on B vacation or a guest in anoth- er person's home and they have irregular meal hours, then 1 am in trouble. I am fine and live s normal life today, thanks to God and a doctor who was de- termined lo find out my trou- hlc. Dear Header Symptoms caused when the amounl of -sugar in the blood drops to too low a level can be prevented by constantly eating more food. The food is converted (o blood sugar and raises its level which j is why Ihc frequent meals you mention are imporianl. The long intervals between meals. provide the opportunity for the blood sugar to fall too low. The longer the interval lietween meals, the more important it is to include a major portion protein and fat in the meal. Fat', and protein are digested more slowly and help maintain an adequate level of blood sugar. I am sure most doctors would agree with your observation that small [rcquenl meals are helpful, but because some in- dividuals over-react to concen- trated amounts of sugar in the diet, it is important to have small frequent meals contain a significant amounl of protein and hulk. Dr. Forty vears ago I had TB and spenl 13 months in a sanitarium. I took pneumothorax Ircatments for about six years. At. that time I was lold not lo fly in a plane as my lungs would collapse spontaneously. I am planning flying lo California soon. Is there any danger? Doar Header You don't need In worn' about it any more. The reason Iho. doctors concerned was because of i your pneumothorax treatment. Tins procedure as you know in- jects air into the chest in Ihe space between the lung and rib cage This is done to cause the. lung lo collapse. This treatment was used in tuberculosis with; tbe thought that it would rest j the infected lung by collapsing j j H. Gradually the air would be i j absorbed and trie lung would re-1 expand. during the pneu-, ino'ihorax treatment with the; air trapped in the .space be-' iween l-he collapsed lung and the rib cage, if you went to! altitude. Ihc air would expand, because of the decreased baro- metric pressure at altitude. As L the air would expand, it would i create further pressure on the hmg and cause it to collapse; more and perhaps cause pres- sure against the good lung as well the heart and blood ves- sel structure in the chest cape. This can be a very serious prob-' lem. Today Is a great lime lo sel- llc down and get through with a lenglliy chore you've been dodging. Your thinking is what is mosl wanted. CANTER (Junr. 21 .Inl.v There is s o m e thing to be said for jusl mailing another round of constructive routine, expect- ing no miracles or drastic ev- en'.s. LKO (July Short trips bring much satis- faction among relatives. Old- er friends need your help, like a chance lo meet powerful peo- ple. VIRGO (Aug. 2.1 Sept. Financial short cuts can work both ways, but should be set for short-term arrange- ments, with first priority for your people. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 221: Clearing up personal af- fairs is definitely promised as older people's interven- tion becomes less. Good ad- vice is available for Ihe ask- ing. SCORPIO (Orl. 2H Nov. 211: This is one of those days on which all the pledges you've made come home for redemp- tion all nl once, and you are busy keeping on schedule. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Now is Ihe time to put facts and figures into final shape, verify your theories and budgets, file and forget [in- 'ished chores. (lice 22 .Inn. No excuse remains for loafing. Focus your main atten- tion onto building sensible con- lacts for long-term co-opera- AQUARIUS 20 Frb. Try getting through UK day as comfortably and serene- ly as your inner drives will let i you. Time spent with those you love is golden, PISCES (Feb. 19-March i Useful results may not be very exciting, more of long-time (benefit in terms of family wel- fare. Make the best of a pass- ing chance. fly The Chicago Tribune) Ask Andy i HI W ft ii JW D-J Bird [lightness is designed lo reduce i excess figM Andy sends a complete 20- j individual feather Is n model of strength and delicacy. The central rib is a hollow shaft made of bony material, sturdy and light. The silken ueb that grows along cnch side of the shaft is a delicate structure that volume set of the Merit, Stu- dents Encyclopedia lo E e I h McSorley, ape 13. o[ Freder- icton, IV. B.. for hcv question: How many Ccatlirr.s flops a bird have? A bird's plumage may include would put a spider lo shame. 5.000 or more than Ji.OOO'n is made of barbs like feathers of different types. Dur- 1 hairs growing side by side, i ing Ihe moiling season, of j Along each barb there are sev- 1 course. HIP number is greatly era] hundred branching bar- 1 reduced and even Ihe proud bulcs. each sprouting tiny hook- peacock loses his hoity lolly ilels. Tbe web structure is held i tail feathers. The fluffy little in shape by Ihc interlocking kiwi and the smoothly groomed harbules and (be clinging hook- j penguins have closely packed leLs. The base of Ihe shaft i? feathers thai resemble silky bare and there are large or hail's. Andy has never met any- small tufts of downy fluff below body who had enough patience Llie neat well. lo count Ihe feathers ol unusual birds. these A mallard duck in full plum- age is a beauteous sight lo be- hold. Several times B day, he smooth? and waterproofs his lovely feathers. Perhaps you would like lo puesfi. Would you .say 3.126 or 5.R04 or 11.903? If you .suspect that a duck has The smallish contour feathers that cover Hie body can be rais- j ed or lowered to hold pockels of warm air. The lonij, stiff pin- j ions in the tail and wings are maneuvered to make of the I air in flight. Ducks ard other j water birls also wear under- i coats ol soft, downy feathers that have no central shafts. And somebody counted the top coat GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLESH. GOREV East-West vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A K Q 7 6 Q 10 6 2 7 M 0 A K 5 1033 WEST A 104 VA.TP C Q J1093 SOUTH A A 1 5 3 Z V K 1 5 A J The bidding: fionth IVrst North F.asl 1 4 Pass 2 0 Tnss 2 A Pass .t A Pass 4 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Queen of 0 South cashed in on a fa- vorable hit of distribution and palvagod his tour spade contract by means of an un- usual holdup play North lacked by a fraction the requirements for an im- mcriiaic jump raise when his pffrffifr oponcd bidding vith one .spnde. He acTnrd- ingly made a temporizing fcid of luo diamonds since Ihnl was (he- r-lo.-esi lie hati to a legitimate side suit. The miciion then proceeded in sfapps lo four spades. npenerl tlic queen of diamonds ami when Iho dummy n-as spread, ap- peared that the fate of lha contract hinged on which op- i pnnsnt held tho ace of I hearts. One trick must in clubs and, nfler j trump1; are. drawn, declarer may lend a heart from dum- my toward Hie king in his Jianrl, K East has Ihc ace, then declarer can restrict himself lo heart losers. South was unwilling to hank everything on a fifty- fifty proposition and present- ly he uncovered an addition- al prospect that improved hi.? chances slightly at no exlra cost. He permitted West to win. the first Irick with the queen of diamonds by playing tha five from dummy. No shift suggested itself, so Wept continued wilh a small dia- mond In X o r t h 5 king. Trumps were drawn by lead- ing to the ace and then back lo dummy's queen. A small club was led and East put up the queen (o prevent declarer from win- ning the Irick too cheaply. South played the ace and recnlered dummy with the ting of .spades, ace of diamonds on which he discarded Ihe jack of clubs; and then led the ten of clubs ihru. East covered with the king nnd declarer ruffed. The seven of spades put North in again to cash the nine of clubs on which declarer discarded a lie.irt A tieaii was led to the king ana n 1 t h o e y L turned up wiMi (he at'e, .Snulli resincted his losses on tlie deal to tuo hearts and one diamond. fUvtirvc that, if declarer's chili play had not iieen .successful- losing to an honor in West's South still has available the opportunity lo find the ace of hearts favorably located. He can discard one heart on Ihe ace of diamonds and subsequently lead up Jo the king. If TOast nee, then declarer will lose only one trick In each bide suiL more feathers than a jong spar [ealhcrs of a milliard duck in row ami fewer than a kiwi, you If jour giiess was are on Ihe right you are a perfect guess- Meanlime. let's pause lo sur-. K- i vey and admire the wonders of, Smaller birds have smaller feathery plumage in general. and smaller areas of: The hirds and only the birds covcr. The number is wear Ihis of clothing. It; rar [rom defmile, but a sassy j can lie adjusted lo keep a bird's bluejay could be expected to body cool or cosily warm. Its i register a protest if he had few- separate feathers can be spread KT 4 noo. The small, sweet to catch scoops of air or smooth- warblers are content with to 2.500. These feather count.1; apply to i birds ivlien they are in full plu mage. Bui feathers are to a lot of wear and tear, even I hough their owners spend hours of daily grooming to keep j them in good repair. About once 1 ed to streamline through the ivind. Naturally, its featherv Today in history j each year, the old coal becomes I too shabby and the molting sea-1 .son comes around. The worn I feathers fall out a few si a i time, while new ones grow in By THE CANADIAN PRESS to replace Ihem. For a couple Nov. 1372 George Brown, founder nf the Toronto Giobe was was born 154 years ago to- I8lft--in Scotland, He had emigrated to Hie United Slates his father as a youth and had moved to Canada in 1842. The Globe became the chief organ of reform and the Liberal parly. Brown had entered politics in order to oppose .separate schools for Roman Catholics and he be- came Iht arch-rival of Sir .lolm A. Mactlonald, but he was at Ihe same time a prime mover of Confedera- tion -The UN General As- sembly voted 33-13 for the partition of Palestine. a b o 1- isbed Ihe monarchy and es- tablished ilself as a repub- lic. Duke of Kent and Princess Marina nf Greece were married at Westminster Abbey. British army of occupation reached the Ger- man frontier. French for- mally transferred Detroit to HIP British. of weeks or so, a molting bird feels like a miserable mess- hut his spirits perk up when he gets his shiny outfit of brand new feathers. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should he mailed In Ask Andy. P.O. ROT 7GS. IIuntinglnTi Reach, California 9264S. Chronicle i'nhlishinfi To. Big Christmas tree hoislod NEW YORK (AP) Rock- i e f c 11 e r Centre's Christmas 'Ire 65-foot Norwegian i hoisted into place Monday in its traditional spot overlooking the centre's ice- I skating rink'. Twenty-four elec- tricians on six storeys of scaf- folding will decorate the tree with lights for the traditional tree lighting ceremony Dec. 7. BIG PLANET Jupiter, the largest of the planets, has an equatorial diam- eter of miles, 11 timw the diameter of the earth. LIFE ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H, Edwards SALLS HAPPY HAPWCW THE PPQ8A81Y tfVf IF THE KIDS Wnr i_______ A retiDAis.j OHACARNATON...OREVBI AN OLP I'LL TAKE TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon THE WAR PARTY'S YOU COMIN7 ALAS, I STILLY HAVE MY MIGRAINE SAP! HOW I LONG TO LEAP YOU INTO THE FRAY! TO (5BARP THE 5LOOPV ISEAST OF BOTTLE! TO CH tHlNK OF ME PACK HERE RACKEP UPON MVRAUUETOP WIW BLONDlE-By Chic Toung SO TO MAKE FOR f TOMORROW YOU MAVE. V TO "Al-'E CUT _.. TO DiNNna; N new T MADE: our Tprr- V P BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mort Walker 111 AINER-By Ay Copp IT LIKE WE I5WE.D01N'? IS DOW LOOK LIKE TH' TVPcTTwE hAAV HAVE CUR LI'lT1 O'BEAST WHO'D COMMIT A rf FAULTS, BUT DEEP DOWN J CRIME V WE IS AKCHIE-By Bob Montana NOW IV GO1NGTO YOU HOW TO MAKE MY THttt WE ARE.' I THIS OM-E-LETTE FOP. TWO IN JUST FOR 3OO KIDS I COULD SERVE LUNCH ABOUT EVERT TWO JULIA TIUE9 INTO TOE. I Tilr C.HEFONTV CAF-CIERM! 13 HCREf? HI AND LOIS-BI Dik I'LL BET I CAN HIT TEN'OUT OFTEN IS M3UR I NEEDED BOOK' REPORT u rr FOR wv SO WRINKLED TEHTH GOAL. 5HORT XIBS-By Frank O'Neal IU6S BUNNY PUT SOME OIL ON THAT WHEEUl TH NOISE K VEOY ANNOVIN': ;