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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 lETHBRSCOc HCRAtD Tuoidoy, October 5, 1971----------------- Your horoscope By Jean" Dixon WEDNT.SDAY, Id. fi j Your tmlay: Ma- terial concerns work out quite null this year with routine persistence in your establish- ed work habits, iiliho you lend lo .seek more of a single- handed approach to voration and social contacts. Icdays natives generally favor pro- gressive ideas. loi'R-raniie ooals. some-limes neglect fur- rent luxuries to build for the future. AltlES (March Check financial deals with '-ors. get it's ap- talc. There's more yet lo come, on. opposing whatever minor so reserve most comment; miisanc- and action for a while longer.: S.W.I j orphan-ever doiVt more expei mn more IFO (llllv 31 minti anl! "Cart -'0 Tike care of voiirself and voiir simple, true expressions in- out Save the hi? sorts them out for you. speculative scramble to the gul-. It's time you agreed, liblc and ambitious. ViiiuU (Aug. 25 A long moment permits you to see associates in different per- spective, know qualities in them AQUARIUS (Jan. 21) Feb. Take up all fluid re- sources not actually in use, set- tle them in safety and revenue- producing position. There's op- portunity, leverage for future PISCES (Kch. 19-SIarcli Despite your own duties and j minor puzzles, lend a hand where somebody faces worse. Do so cheerfully. f oifn st hut seek a more somebody else start the tale. elicitous moment to announce Preserve your strength for your ota- to- surfaces to People of like mind surround change some of yesterday's I you. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heart mav need surgery Butterfly colors Andy sends complete 20- volume set of tlvo World Rook Encyclopedia to Teresa Kee- vcr.'age 11. of Muncie, Indi cna, for her question: How do butterflies gel their colors'.1 Most of us have a built-in talent that appreciates the work o: nature. Our eyes arc delight- ed by the colors of the rainbow. We admire the artistic forms of creation, displayed in even the microscopic diatoms. A11 this sui-passing beauty stirs our I nniural curiosity t o investi- gate and explain it. Often a pro- ject leads us far afield into j what Icoks like an unrelated realm of nature. For example, problem with my heart ever since 19-10. As older, it seems lo 1 grow worse. I outlet of your heart (aortic If you r.eed to have it replaced you can expect to u ation if it s performed in a cen- in my j ter where such operations are is ball factors The army doctors doctor have told me 1 have badlv damaged valve in in., heart. It seems 1 can hardly commonly done. That "el a'nv circulation through the park figure since mar tVin 1-1 eL- invnlvPi heart. At times 1 get very dizzy and have weak spells. nomenon of light. The embroidered colors of a beauteous butterfly are related sec them, they must be bathed in sunshine or some other in- visible form of ordinary white light. Straight beams of light Manv" people are markedly where some of them bounce lain the risi; m- improved after successful sur- back and angle toward our rnnThevTe-D fhough "maximum j fantastic package of energies, n Ivtoe incisToV benefit. Since the outlcok gets I arranged in a precise pattern, tog enough to -itach theheart' progressively worse with some As it travels through space, ,1 take to ope. ate. What aie the But a colorful imr- lf f- T nl rprnvfTV thal, ,vhile But a colorful imr- OperaUUn Ut'L'Ullieii gjcuiui LIIOII .Jb..v. reaonab Iv i doing the operation That is the acle happens it strikes eam, olhenni This is! time that svrbery becomes ad- 1 butterfly's velvety utngs very important to inc. answer. DCLV neaclrr The first question is if you should h surgery or not. This depends j and provide circulation. It on well your heart is func- j takes only a brief moment to visable. You may be at that It happens because the cncr point now. j gy of light pulses along on dif When the chest is first open- ierent wave lengths -som ed tie heart continues to beat longer and some shorter It i uv on nou uen .sum ut-diL 10 i nittm-n of infintesima tioning and your tctal health. actually interrupt the big ves- caie pa tern o mW.nesima Your case points out all too sels near UK heart and shunt chemical molecules, incirvui i our pu-MI.-, u, o possible because even smoothest surface is an intri them as all the colored bands of the rainbow. Different chem- cals absorb certain w a v e- engths and bounce off others 'or our eyes to see. And, be- ieve it or not, nature creates jven the beauteous vrings of a lutlerfly from common chemi- cals. The velvety surface Ls niilt from powdery scales that ook somewhat like microscopic cities of crystal buildings. 'Hie different surfaces absorb cer- ain wavelengths of light and -ioimce off the others in butter- ly colors. Nature uses a limitless num- ber of chemical compounds to paint UK colorful world of cre- ation. Marc than 7.000 pretty butterflies and moths live in North America and every species is different. The powd- ery scales are built from biolo- gical chemicals somewhat like those used to build the hair and feathers, scales ar.o horns of ether creatures. But the pat- terns of molecular structures different for cacli species. These patterns create the col- ored designs embroidered on the wings of this or that butter- fly. The powdery scales on the little spring azure butterfly re- flect back the short blue and violet wavelengths of light. They absorb the longer greens and yellows, plus the still long- er shades of orange and red. The scales of the handsome monarch are arranged in an elaborate pattern to reflect patches of orange with brown- ish veins and borders dotted Jiest suriace ii tin ii'wi ,r pattern of infinitesimal with orange. plainlv whv heart surgery is the 'blood "through" the" heart not alwavs necessary or even lung machine so the actual op- 1 be life savino You have lived eration can be done. As soon fobage longer than 20 years without Us the valve is repaired or re- beams into dabbled patches of surgery since you discovered with uiscovemi wan J bad heart! then the heart lung machine is valve. You are lucky that you j separated from the circulation, didn't need the operation than like losing a detour on a high- as tie valve is repaired or ru- placed, the heart is closed and light and shade. However, the action of chemical molecules is far more intricate than simple patches of sunshine and shad because the kind of surgery way under construction. The ows. infinitesimal you mav need couldn't even be time required to do the surgery I sepa atcs Ihe infmUe ma formed until about 1955.; varies, with the si'.rgecn and i of energy A l m. until aooui KIM. i varies, me t.nv.; v the risk of dving j the extent of the problem, and er of slimy raindrop-, from' the" operation was very whether there are any compli- j pulsing wavelength a The well-known cabbage but- is terfly flutters around on white velvet wings tipped with dusky grey, plus one black dot on each shoulder. Her white scales absorb none of the wavelengths and reflect them back as white or colorless light. The spice bush swallowtail has large patches of charcoal or almost black. The structure of the scales l reas high. The chances of surviving cations or not. The surgery now are much tetter but it is i may take sevreal hours .or as still by no means an innocuous little as one hour, depending on procedure. I what must be done. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN JG Itn: Br CWciflo Tribwtl East-West vulnerable. South NORTH 48742 VK62 O K .1 3 7 WEST A 10 6 51 EAST AKQ9 the opposition, he decided to shool it out hy leaping di- rectly to six hearts. Then he devised a brilliant piece of deception which caught an unwary opponent eff guard made his aggressive ac- tion pay off. West opened the deuce of clubs and Ihe dummy was The king of hearts was cashed and another heart was led to the ace. When West showed out, it revealed that East had a winner in the jack of trumps. South abandoned hearts and led the king of clubs. When West's jack dropped, declar- er's side suit was established and he proceeded to lead out the rest of his clubs. Three spades were discarded from dummy and it didn't matter whether or not. East chose to ruff in, for dummy's six of hearts provided a ruff for South's jack of spades after the ace was cashed. The jack of hearts was the only trick he lost on the deal. When the hand was fin- ished, West asked his oppo- nent for an explanation of the latter's unusual play at trick two. South replied, "It appeared to me that you were leading from an honor, and if I attempted to ruff out the jack of clubs, I would still have a loser in spades and the fate of the contract would hinge on an even divi- sion in hearts. "Even if you went up with the jack of clubs, I would still be in position to discard three spades from dummy on my remaining clubs, and I would merely have traded trick for trick. When you did i at, different angles and display I Pollution source unknown CALGARY (CP) The source of pollution is still un- known following tests of Ches- termere Lake, 10 miles east of here. But 80 delegates represent- ing the 300-member Chester- mere Lake Cabin Owners' As- sociation were told that every- thing possible is being done to clean up the bacteriological pollution in the resort area. Tests showed the lake and the irrigation canal which feeds it from the Bow River are contaminated with bacteria which make the water unsafe for drinking or swimming. Last month, the association asked Environment Minister Bill Ytirko and Health Minis- ter Neil Crawford to "help and control Ihe misuse of natural resources." which is black. Questions asted uy children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntlngton Beacil, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 19711 spread. South made n brief i not rise to the occasion-and ADS RATIOS ItlSK TORONTO Star's advertising rales will lie in- creased by an avrr.-ign of nine .per cent, effective Dec. 1, D. A. Bannerman, general manager of advertising, said here. Abortions increase OTTAWA (CP) There were therapeutic abortions per- formed in Canada in the first six months of this year, an in- crease of over the full cal- endar year of 1970, Statistics Canada reported Monday. The federal statistics bureau compiled the results from re- ports by hospital authorities in 10 provinces and the Yukon. fn terms of rates per 100 live births, abortions accounted for 7.6 per cent compared with three per cent in all of 1970. Rates for the provinces in the six-month period varied from 19 per cent in British Columbia down through 11 per cent in On- tario, 10 per cent in Alberta, four per cent in Saskatchewan. Manitoba and Nova Scotia and less Ihan l.wo per cent for Quebec. New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfound- land. appraisal of the combined holdings and then played the seven of clubs from dummy. East put up the queen and declarer false carded by playing the are. With scarce- ly a pause, hack cnme the five of cluhs. West, seeing no apparent necessity for win- TiinR the (rick himself, fol- lowed with the fight, moment later he was shocked to find North's nine In he high when East plnycd UK three. by no means ing your picked up a trick. When tnimps did not divide, my gambit at trick two proved to be absolutely essential, for I would havo gone set without II." We admire South, not only for his astute analysis, hut also for his generosity in not nibbinff it In to his opponent who, admittedly was not pre- pared for the situation that confronted him nt tho outset of tho deal U.S. nudes saul dying from (ii'leries 'rusting1 JACKSON, Miss. IAP) Dr. I'iiul Dudley White, noted heart specialist, says half the adult males in Ihe United Slates arc dyinR from atherosclerosis disease of the arteries. lie told a Health ICxpo au- dicneo lurn tho disease is lo the "nislinii" of the artierics. The oi'loRMiiirian physi- cian said prevention is the key lo survival. ''We have too many cars, too rich food, too much to- bacco, and live in high he said, in explaining reasons for Ihe disease's growth. High noise levels also come in for criticism. While said atherosclerosis is new to Ibis generation. Ilo recommended bicycling and taking high steps to help stimulate blood circulation through the body. THERE ONE THINS THAI WILL 6ET ME TO WALK CLEAR ACROSS TCWN. A KOU5INS 6AME Of A, HERMAN'.' TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN waLrlrlEVSTHIS HERE PLOO TAFFETYNUrvraWHATUTES UP IN THE PARK AN'SEZ 0 YOU I SOT A HAW rWlUP MOHAIR...A fW-POTTEP SEER5UCKER...A I MEAN A 90W VOU CAN USE AN ARROW WITH, STUPIP! TlNEEPANEW NOVELTOSHOW MEINAPOW? COI.ORER EK A PRINT? BLONDIE-By Chic Youna BUT WHEW WE GET j "V-----f THERE, TRY TO BEHAVE fBEFUSETOGO ALLRiGH ABSOLUTELY MOT.' ill" ICAN'TSTANP THE WE'RE GOIMG TO BAILEY-By Mort Wolker I'M 6OIMS TO (SfZAB A NAR IF THE 6ENEKAL COMES, GIVE A LOUD BAPl< U'l ABNER-Ey Al Capp GIT IN TOUCH U WIF HER BV E.S.P.- THASS A dOB OMLV TO PROTECT MV FUTURE, 1 VOU MUST LURE'EM BACK TO DOGPATCH THE.VDO HAVE QUITE A APPVTITE, MOONBEAM MeSWIKlE. WHY DIDN'T YOU TELL US THE SLOPS MAKE QLOP !P THERE ISMTANV? PRO-OECKSHUN- IS-uGH.'-FITTEN FO'- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I LET HIM RUN LOOSE IN THE PINE GROVE. AND HE CLEANED UP ALL THE PINE CONES.' JU6HEAD.' YOU MEAN YOUR PET PIG ENDED UP ON TAai C V HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne IF YOU ASK ME IT EVEN LOOKS GOOD WITH }Q MOM SAYS HER NEW SCARP HAS GO MANV COLORS rr LOOKS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal SUPR2SE Z WA-lEF] LAST WOMAN ON r? THIS 15 A VERY r-r HIGH-CLASS LE'S KNOCK OFF PER L'JMCH, SYLVESTER.' WUR WISH IS MY DESIRE, SIRE; ;