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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDG! HERAID Monday, 30, 1978 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TUESDAY, DEC, 1 In the year ahead you must develop inore practical uses of what you Ycur for ef- ficiency may bring few tat quite significant openings for expansion. Take careful ad- viuiUg: Emotional life tliis year tends lo go along off-stage, poignant but not get- iuig attention. Today's natives are very zealous, work very hard for their chosen causes. ARIES (March 21 April ing; give thought to your en- vironment. SAGITTAIUUS (Nov. 22-Dec, fine details. Let your goou ii of energy for Everything you do today range mor and enjoyment of your goals. You are more likely to Co-operation is available for improving your meet influential people after' zzd evening. Make the of whatever contacts de- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. (April 20 May Present your CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. recognition, new things The incidents of early Today is favorable for may have a lasting ef- To be taller in long term assets, assembling small ventures into larger on your future. Make it a quiet day of steady effort, then organize an evening of socia' live on tlie (May 21 June Older, more skilled people AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Be diplomatic about Early morning, late after- in methods. are best for arranging ser- a day for loafing. Do meetings. Don't be hasty in Dear Dr. Lamb I lead junior high school science-tic tion classes. Would you answei a few questions the students have asked? If a child were born and reared to an adult 01 the moon under one sixth o our gravity in a "pure" artifi cial atmosphere with controlte temperature, air supply, bac teria, etc., what effects woulc this have upon Ihe height, circulation and muscle development? If this person were to cime back to earth, would his body ever be able to adopt itself to this "foreign" environment? We feel that your years of experience with our astronaut program would give you special insights into these questions. Can you help us? Dear Header You wouM have to assume the child lived in a container that provided an oxygen supply comparable to that ftund on earth and adequate external pressure against the body. We live in an atmosphere that exerts 15 pounds of pressure over every square Kats raised under th influence of a large gravil force, have shorter, stronge legs. These experiments were accomplished with a large cei trifuge. Hence the idea of ta moon men. Since the body would be re atively light, the muscles woul be long but not as large or well developed as those of earth creatures like us. The circulation and othe functions would be much lik ours, only the reflexes wouli respond to a smaller sttaulu flan ours do. Most of thes mechanisms can be changed b the body anyway, just lik changing from bed rest to be ing up and active. H a moon man came to earth lie would indeed have trouble It would be as if your bod; suddenly weighed six times as much. He would have troubl running or moving around easily. He certainly couldn't com pete well in the Olympics. After sufficient time to develop stronger muscles and bones, must and get clear of it. CANCER (June 21 July Co-operation is the key to success and happiness today. Your mate or partner has a rather good idea. There is a chance to earn something extra now. LEO (July 23 Aug. No matter how early the start, the high point of the day comes late. Career and romantic interests should proceed well. Join a group for the evening. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Tidy up, complete unfinished chores, dispose of unused possessions. You get back the same feelings you project, so it can be an emotionally good day of strong rapport. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Both early and late hours are favorable for career and social advancement, but be discreet through the middle hours; listen instead of making promises. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. People are helpful; group and family problems begin moving toward solutions. You thrive better with less noise, better deals today. Very good advice is mixed in with your friends' amenities. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Friends help in many ways in career matters, in social opportunities, in the sharing of bargains. Do a little of all, but don't take for granted that all your friends like each other. 1970, Newsday, Inc. woman freezes to death VALLEYVIEW (CP) Carolyn Micoostikawan, 71, of tht nearby Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve, froze to death early Saturday. RCMP said Mrs. Micoostikawan bad been to a party and was on her way home. Valleyview is 190 miles northwest of Edmonton. Temperatures during the night had been about 27 below in the area. of our body. The body be able to move about five pounds of on to keep from losing gas would also have solved in the blood and our bacteria and A Pi mm ml ul of the body. The gas can since he would not rMv aaWr mf small bubbles that are any or even life threatening. them. His body Lj out pressure, you could not n nuTTT" L- ___ supply oxygen to the a well Because the moon has to develop A out sixth of our gravity, against meet sends a complete human body weighs only be a lot like the set of the World lixtli as much as it does on earth. We believe this who have had their immura mechanism destroyed for to Donna Hofer, age 10, of Stirling, the bones, particularly in Then he for her wives and their frisky legs, would grow longer on the 1 have trouble with our do deer shed their To keep his harem to- he must be able to drive Canada, the autumn the other male deer. For GOREN ON shed their rainbow colors )y now and almost job he needs his crown of spiky antlers. Nature in s i s t s Bf CHARLES H. peUaftal nSSst first feathery snows only the strongest fathers 19 1OT: IT TM CUcata TrtMaO ANSWERS TO BRIDGE heart ia addition 1o nOIUstot InrOTi, ttea limli not tc UshiS It is time now for the deer to shed their proud have wives and children, so Ufe deer must prove himself 4, I-AS South, f tatet> tnle, u South JOB One by one the male deer eave the herd and go off by hemselves. When they fighting duels with other males. New antlers begin to bud in the spring, when the harsh Ita bidding SM tncwded: Wert Nortfc Kilt Put Put OXQJtS At bMdiag ftmtb Wert Norik will have lost their handsome crowns. Only two red spot emain on their foreheads is over. By fall, the crown is ready for the duels of the courting season. 14> 14> where they grew. In feat us to tin. WhrtfJo jmbUmnrY TVro tfUm. Offailf futtttf VKBtam even the big moose sheds Ms huge, handi-sHaped April, two spots on the male deer's forehead swell up and become bony buttons. They yW Jrettodi Cat, Wild Dot annallj tax total of tnuinet mutt deer's branching covered with velvety hair and fleshy skin that nourishes I ft-Yon Uooli, en-tils, end you tar ftam. Year is a vul' untto weigh 30 pounds or more nd it takes most of the summer to grow them. They during the summer growing season. Then the velvet peels away in ragged strips. By Tie bidding proceeded: West North Neither vulDO-ibta, South you of very hard, bony ma-erial aad are strong enough the lordly deer is ready for combat with his rivals. it? zo a lifetime. It seems with to shed them in sends a World Book do jw bid and grow new ones next ear. But that's how it is to Thomas Mogker, age 9 of Milford, Connecticut, for fHlWIy 1 Jiib but, li nti SUM my of aKtrftiiH lisa1 whether partner Hjnt tarto. Tiers to the irnOHt isroiptct that tht Trllh thJa Jiand lead to aerlodt cempUeatieiu. It you ;oar pllfht by you fisd it pedlcnt-to anUr auction must be a reason for it. As a rule, in the world of na-ure tilings are discarded when hey are no longer useful. question: Is there such a thing as Mue blood? Ob, yes. A lobster has blue ajlatut ally Indoee) nnt this explains why and so does the crusty fix fceartt which WTO, flldci their lordly crowns In A grasshopper's blood is an additional pclnu to M South 700 and grow new ones green, and many in- ajKsfiwriitT" summer Wave pale watery blood bidding hai many regions, the almost no color at all. as South you is very harsh on and fishes, feathery birds 21? Their favorite furry niamntals have red 1 bidding procured: North 4> Pau T be high on the slopes and many of the trees lose The color of blood depends on the tiny cells floating 1S> 34> mama. Tin cia leaves. The snow piles the liquid. Red blood cells fill We. Pail In thla la Tentlonally nKardcd a> an deep drifts and frost their color from atoms of Wiat flu you tid BOB at la slippery rocks. It is A lobster's blue blood cells aWJonr luirtl, ThU li M altuttlbn and 1 om leval on ihrea trunpa H auit. If van promUe that M Isaa jnpra- than la that suit, Jia ahould accept the the herd1 to move down to ie valleys and plains. Even ere, the grasses are hidden colored by atoms of People, as you know, have red blood and that goes for am appealing ona tut, four clufas U too llSely to It It !n thai that. If your and diamond holdlngi your proper call It blankets of snow. The deer are strict vegetar-ans and the blustery everybody. True, the reins you see under your skin ook a bit blueish. Some of them Hesitite III adTita Neither short rations. The slightly tinged with blue. to and as South you creatures must conserve when you cut yourself, the O n'rlft en strength and strive that cozes out is red. The able, and as South you told: WS3 010SSS3 bidding has proceeded: South] West North endure. Perhaps they shed heir heavy antlers because have a blue tinge when the blood is short of oxygen. But IJie bidding has proceeded; Kortl East Sooth Pan 2O 29 Fill 2 NT an unnece s s a r y burden. When blizzards blow, ihe it oozes from a cut, the >luish blood grabs oxygen from 14. Paul ZNT Pail V Past Wilt do you bid wnrt SDBJUMD close and maybe the ntlers get in the way. 'In any asc, they are not needed air and turns rosy rai again, Questions asKed by children owe OF THOSE WHERE THE 6IRL HAS 10 600P 6RIEF i 1JICT WANNA TALK fREN W WRS WITH THE m NOSE. I THINK HEl LANCELOT-By Ceker Perm BLONDIE-By Chic Young DAGWOQO, THIS MDSN1M3 I TALKED MYSELF INTO GlViNG YOU A RASS3 BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker WHAT'S- TUB SENEPAU TO Sty WHEN ME "WAT PENT IN IDUP HELMET; FPAMKLV, UL> HAVE SETTLED FORTHS PENT 111 ABNER-By Al Capp SO WHY 15 VO1 STOPPIN'INTHET 4W-DELICATESSW? -DERU.S.A. ISGE- IF THOSE. WIBRATIOMS COME. OVER. PER ONLY 15 MINUTES UEFO'TH' SHOW GOES ON.'' ARCHlE-By Bob Montana HAS rr STOPPED VOO FROM BITINS VOUR NAILS WELL GET HIM JUSHEAD IS A A CHRONIC, WITH A NAIL Hl AND LOIS- By Dik AfKXJNQ HERE HATES ME'! tf-sa POT AND DfTTO ARE THE ft 1OUSHTA SO FAR WEN VtXJ'O SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal do you Wd JWW? spsdss. Your Jfisl Mrr.SUfi httid Jiai-tner could hardly expect iMJch than this, A return io Bpades will brln; ft quick end to tha bidding at mere gams trici intfj alnct trt two ito trump Is sot atiri, tha ws A bidding, cannot sight of the fact that have htndt which only 11 Isrgh cirtf points ind el the marks of mUtiU this time of year and they may he a downright nuisance. Antlers, however, serve a very useful purpose next summer and fall. The male deer grows them to cope with the courting sea- son. His family Me includes sev- of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1970) SANTA'S CHRISTMAS CRISIS-By Walt Disney BUGS BUNNY AND IN THE VILLASE THE PEOPLE AfiE FEETORINS PRSSENTS FcK THEIR BELOVEP PRINCE ANT> PRINCESS... ELMER! VEK CAR'S ALL READY; LISTEN T' THAT., PURRS LIKE A KITTEN1 UNLAX! IT'S NOT THAT'S UP ;