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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 IETHBRIDOE HERAID Friday, October 1, 1971 Your horoscope By Dixon SATl'ItllAY, (K.T. J Your birthday (inlay: You have much service to render this year, mainly to yourself. You attract chores and re- sponsibilities which otter great opportunity for learning new-for-you lessons. Today's natives combine aggressive personal initiative u-ith some rather specific talent, often follow a Career. ARIES (Mardi 21 April Get right on the ball early and sell whatever you'd most like to move. Energy and curiosity run strong and productively to- ri y and tomorrow. TAURUS (April I'd .May There's always a sad story if LKO (July 2.1 Aug. lip early and in your brightest mood and fresh attire! lie quite visible, ask for what you want, but be wary of promising too I'Mieh in return. VIHGO (AllR. Sept. In a till and busy clay, it's harder to get out of work than to just pitch in and do what's to be done and get cleared away. UURA (Sept. 23 Oct. Delays mean nothing more than simple patience. Entertain and refresh your mind while you wait for routine programs to take shape. SCOUI'IO (Oct. Nov. Whatever hdp you seek has unplanned strings attached at mal for today's experience. Test your facts by cross-reference. PISCES (Feb. in- March Count your blessings, pause a moment for thanksgiving that the'c arc so many, then return to attending the minor prob- lems. I'VE TRIER AND TRIED AND I'VE REAM TRIED; YOU KNOW HOW HARP I'VE TRIED! TELL ME HOW I'VE NICE TW...RVE care; PLEAS LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Rapid heart heal is not normal you're looking fur one, some-j the last minute, particularly if times when you're not. Thought j your mate is involved in any about your own activities significant share of the deal, avoids a dead-end situation j SAfilTTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. later. GEMINI (May 21 June Facts and people you don't yet know are involved indirectly in Mobilize your strength, go almost any project imagine. Discretion ahead despite sounds and fur- ious gestures. Do what's been H done with it practical mo- you can at the earliest in what I ment. Dear Dr. Lamb Head your article on low blood pressure. You stated it is usually harm- He should have a careful eval- uation of his cardiac status and possibly a thorough evaluation 1UU SlrtlCU U 13 Uillllllj lltu Ml- a I.-KIIUCIHUII less. My husband had a stroke j for overactive thyroid or other and he had low blood pressure. I endocrine abnormally or ane- Since then, his heartbeat never I mia. A person who had a stroke goes below 110 and usually is 120. Still low pressure. If he does work any strain, he has a very uneven beat, with pain in the chest. Also, he gets shaky. I wish you would com- ment on this, lie also has a nervous condition and his left you do pays off well. CANCER (.Iiinr 21 July Attend social obligations, check CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan.! arm will shake if he does much New information, unfami- up on relatives, make rounds, lingering nowhere. the liar faces still keep showing up to make it a lively day and a By i long evening of diligent study. day's end "you'll have many' AQUARIUS (Jan. 211 Feb. separate threads of experience Unexpected visitors, per- to put together. haps distant relatives are nor- The oyster's pearl Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Cheryl Leigh Sutherland, age 11, of North Peterborough. Ontario, for her question: How does a pearl get inside an oyster? labor. He has been told to cut down on his activity. Stay out of crowded places. Any comment, would be appreciated. He is 32 now and was 50 when he had the stroke. Dear Reader I doubt your husband's stroke was related to his low blood pressure. In re- viewing my column on low blood pressure, I see I pointed out low blood pressure as part of a serious disease like tuberculosis. Shock or heart failure was something else again. It is true that individuals with low blood pressure with- out any apparent illness live longer in belter health otlier individuals. Your than hus- i be6 band; has additional comes a round glowing with the original invadei bur- ied deep inside layers and lay- Pain in the chest with exer- two years ago should no longer have this type of problem un- less there is something else, too. Damage to parts of the central nervous system can cause changes in the blood pres- sure and heart rate, but these should not be present while your husband is'resting, lying down. Dear Dr. Lamb I read in the paper about the person who doesn't like being five feet tall. 1 would like to be five feet tall instead of five feet and a quar- ter inch. I would rather be an even height. I like being short though. I am shorter than guys. I am 21 also. I am a girl who feels it is great to be short, be proud of it. I think people should accept their height, whether short or tall. Dear Header That's a good attitude. And "guys" often like little girls. Guys, however, like to think of themselves as "big, powerful, so they be- come little Napoleons. It is too bad, too. since there are so many better ways a man can show strength, character and ability. You are right people IfU Utt.u lildiuc m> ci o anu t A crs of hard, smooth nacre. No ties than jus a stroke. A very small world, the longer does 'it irritate ,hc oyster persistent fast, heart rate is not oyster is a born house painter, i pearl is as smooth normal. True, he limits his painting as hjs Nacres of various qualities are made by many different oy- sters and other shellfishes. The quality of the pearls depend on the type. o[ nacre, its glossy tion and a persistent fast heart i rate suggest there may be more j should be happy with their j[ vou are there isn't much vou can do shout it anyway, so enjoy it. About 50 years ago. someone W50 to said large doses of discovered that an oyster can vitamin B3 as preventive medi- fellow's soft body _is at lcasi one gram a we; to 20 years but had nev, live. He becomes ir- irritate the oyster.[ could, in the next decade or treated in a mental hosp ien a Brain ol sand he solved the 'pvob- two, see a very significant de- "A mental hospital d scratchy sea creature recoating i crease in the incidence of the improve he said. to the inside walls of his house. In fact, he never goes outside his two comfortable shells during his entire life. But he keeps bis i i v i n g quarters smooth and shiny by painting job never ends. And some- times it creates a pearl. Ac- tually the pearl is not inside the oyster though it shares its shell. Often it is attached to the well-painted wall. As a rule, the story starts when a gritty grain of sand enters the oyster's open dem- and settles inside. The oyster must open his two shells a lit- tle way to let in the sea water that brings him oxygen and serves him morsels of food. The little fellow's soft body very sensitive, ritated wh overruff Ihe ten of hearts-. He can discard another club losor from trick for I rick. Against Helen's defense, South was -AM'GOBBLE ALLTH' G LOP AS FAR NORTH AS AM' AS FAR SOUTH AS BALTIMORE..'.' THAR. Ll'L NOSES STARTED QUIVERIN' WIF ECSTASY, WHEN THEY SEEN TH' SMOG OVER WHY ARE THEY CLAWING AT THE. EXIT? AH 1SLEAVIU MUFF IH NOO ARCHIE-By Bob Montana IT'S OKAY, ISN'T IT? HE LOVES TO PLAY WITH HIS BALL ON THE WHERE YA 6OINS WITH THAT COLLAR AND LEASH: HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne I THOJeHT MISHT HELP EXPLAIN TO CHIP IN A AWRRIA6E TWO PERSONALITIES HAVE TO SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ;