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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDG! HERAID Thursday, October 7, 1971 Your horoscope By Jean' Dixon riUDAY, OCT. 8 Your today: Sharp- cr ink-rests, stronger motiva- tions promise to make this comiiiR year memorable. Fi- nancial "arrangements risky for the first half year-dis- cipline yourself lo systematic caution.'Today's natives tend to give associates, mates an inordinately large share in their decisions, often have good musical talents. AHIKS (March 21 April Follow logic and well tested methods rather than feelings, which are apt to he abruptly follow any, but give all of it some thought. l.IHHA (Sept. 23 Oct. You still have ten uses for ev- ery minute of your time and LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Ulcer operation lias complication stirred and stormy. Most of what is said and done can he any mater al resources avail- trJion innmorc than one way. I able. Contiruc thrifty diligence. TAURUS (April 20 May 201: Trivialities reveal deep atti- tudes; whole relations turn on a word or two during stress. (1E.MINI (May 21 June i Temper is one of the keys to a successful day ean yon SCORPIO (Oct. 211 Nov. 2 Personal s itisfactions are fa- vored. An old wisli comes tine with little fanfare. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. It's a rather busy day, not so much crisis but more hold it long enough to realize j routine and untinished chores the provocation doesn't deserve that have to be cleared off your wrath? CANCEll (June 21 July promptly. CAPRICORN 22 Jan. Your inclinations and general As J'011 Kcl matters squar- program are so well known to ed away and some issues clos- i associates that you have little Dear I.amb I have laxatives. This increases ihe liacl stomach ulcers for a long j overloading of the intestine and time and have had three oper- i m-wiuccs a laxative effect. with 75 per cent of my f fluid from stomach removed ami the last ]stream can time the nerves v.ere clipped. Since then, I have diarrhea pretty had. get spells of a sick so" teu tiunl; stomach and am real weak and nervous. Sometimes it trath- I to add. Just pitcli in to do your i up. share of Ihe chores. ed, you find a choice coming i-oinme of blood, causing a per- nearly every day and other times not for two weeks. My doctor (old me not to take medicine, that it should clear up in two years. That time is past and it seems to be getting worse. The doctor died recent- ly and I wondered it you could give me any advice as to diet, treatment, eic. I am a welder. Is hard work injurious? Dear Header You are de- scribing what is called "dump- T. _f The events also trigger the release of excess insulin, caus- ing low blood sugar symptoms, including nervousness and an- xiety. You can help yourself. Stop using free sugar. Cut down on carbohydrates and concentrate more on protein for your diet. Lat small meals frequently. Try a five- or six rou- tine of a small amount of food. possible, lie down imme- diately after eating to discour- age early emptying of the stom- some fat in your diet l.EO (July 23 Aug. If it's yours, claim and make the best of it. If it's not. drop it and get clear. Let burdens be carried where they belong. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. j Advice comes from all sides. some unsolicited. You needn't AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. You bring your own ex- citement into the routine of the day or merely work thru it and get a good deal done. 1'ISCES (Feb. Ill Aiarch A clash between convention and circumstance tends to lead you be sures are designed to prevent ach fluids is diately into the small intestine. of the the small intestine. Rock absorption Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Bookc Encyclopedia to Bart Sebas- tian, age 10, of Bemsen, New York, for his question: Can rocks absorb water? All over our planet, the recks and the water are touching and brushing together. Sometimes invisible fragments of rocky minerals are stolen and dis- in the water. Som ciiait'iv into inr IIUCM.HII--. f j soivea in UK; Usualiyn part of ihe small in-'. Sugars and carbohydrate foods r fragments arc testuic" has alsr. been removed I seem to make tnc prooiem away md swcpt hy nm. at surgery. The dumping over worse, distends the small intestine, I and (Avoid coffee, tea, colas Most of Uie world's below the soil is shale or some other dense layer, it sinks no farther. The water either set- tles in soggy puddles or washes away in streams. But many rocky layers below the surface are riddled with pores. As the rain sinks down, they absorb it until all their pores are full. Thank goodness those porous rocks are down there. For they absorb and store vast sunplies is not such a large one time. fed to receiving bulk of food at My last bit of advice is to find a new doctor. Everyone should have a doctor who has In an effort to dilute the food i seen him at least once bc- mbitui-e. fluid poiu-s into the in- i fore he needs him for a sud- tcstinc from the bloodstream, j e'en illness. It works better that just like it dees alter certain way for you and the doctor. Baboon helps save life of hepatitis sufferer nmg rivers. Most 01 uie worm s i of buried watcr Some. water is held m the enormous timcs of trecs csn ocean basins. Some is he d in I {h dom] to (hjs moislure smaller hollows to form lakes and streams. But on the contin- and survive through long droughts. Farmers dig wells to viivugiHO, i'lumt-ia i.u ents. a great deal of water isi pump up water u.a ped in the absorbed by certain rocky- minerals and trapped inside j their porous pockets. CHICAGO (Renter) Three Texas doctors told here how they used a baboon in a iiour emergency operation which may have helped to save the life of a 49-year-old alcoholic suffering from hepatitis. The patient came out of a t h r e e -d a y coma after his blood was circulated through the baboon's liver, the doctors reported in the Journal of the American Medical Associa- tion. Drs. Daniel Hollander, Ger- ald Klebanoff and Robert T. Osteen said the patient, who had been a heavy drinker for 15 years, was admitted to hos- pital in July, 1970. His condition worsened until he "became unresponsive to painful they said. "It was decided that experi- mental cross-circulation with a baboon was warranted." He said 10 hours after the end of the cross-circulation of blood, the patient showed "dramatic improvement in his mental status" but then suffered a relapse. A total transfusion of human blood then was com- pleted and a day later the pa- tient began to recover, the re- searchers said. Bridge results Ladles Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. Sept. 1. Mrs. M. McCann, N. Mc- Naob; 2. Mrs, M. J. Grant, Mrs. W. L. Hamilton 'we'd.' Nighl D.D.C.' Sept. 29. M.S. 1. R. Wobick, R. 2. Mrs. M. M, Ellert, 0. Soice; 3. B. C. Evans, Waters. E.'.Y. 1. G. Retorts, T. Palmer; 3. Mr. and D. Lowed- berg. Thursday Night D.B.C. Sept. 30. N.S. 1. B. C. Evans, H. Balcovske; E. Culler. A. W. Culler; 3, R. Mi- ron, J, Anderson. 1. D. E. Mi- criaelis, Zumstcln; 2. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson; 3. 0. Soice, L. Smith. Friday Night D.B.C. Oct. 1 fl S. 1 Gob Marshall. C. 7 V. rukud'i, K. Dunne: 1 C. '.V. Cnir.he'.ter. E, Goodman 1. Mr. and Mrs D J. Bruha, M. Grisak; 3. I. 3haw, L. Smith. Wednesday October 13 Mew players come out and try yr.ur hand al DupIL Human-baboon cross-circu- lation of blood has been achieved before, but the year-old Texas patient is be- lieved to be the first man to -Survive the operation. irous rocks below. And a lot of this ground water is drained into our reservoirs to be used when the showers are stingy. Water, of course, is a runny Howcveri the earth.s fluid, always movmg unless i crust is not Its layers of hard, soft and me- dium rocks are like gigantic rockv sandwiches. And some- there is something around to I slop it. When free to roam, it flows downhill until it meets its own level. This may be a high mountain lake or the mighty ocean. All this water is on or in the earth's crust, where it brushes against a vast assortment of rocky minerals. The rocks are solid crystals of chemicals and each type of min- eral forms its own crystalline i structure. The structure of slate may bo as fine and dense as a ceramic saucer. The coarse i structure of sandstone is rid- died with porous pockets. Dense i slates and shales do not tend to absorb much water. But cosrse grained sandstones tend to fill their pockets with water whenever they can. Many rocks are mixtures of harder and softer minerals. Pope rules out radical RC changes VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul ruled out today any "radi-j Seeping water and miming wa- cal transformation" of Roman! ter tend to dissolve their softer Catholic principles at the cur- j materials and wash them away. rent world bishops synod, and j In time, this leaves cracks and porous pockets in layers of lime- stone. Other pockets form when praised the church for bein: "tenaciously conservative." The 74-year-old pontiff spoke gravelly pebbles are sealed to- lo some 30.000 persons in St. Pe- j get'lcr muddy cements. All ter's Basilica in a voice made I these porous rocks fill their hoarse by a cold. I pockets whenever water hap- His s'trong for the i pens to be moving m the right church's authority to be re- i direction. For example, a por- spected appeared 'to bn caution-1 of the ram and melting ing Catholics not to expect spec-1 snow sinks down through the tacular changes from the j crumbly soil. If the bedrock month-long synod. "The church is tenaciously conservative, the Pope said. "It is necessary to say this even if this word is not liked. But pre- cisely because it is conserva- tive, the church is always young. If it had changed all the time, it would have grown old." times the slabs are tilted this way and that way. Sometimes the saturates a por o u s layer and rests on a dense floor of solid shale. But if the rocky sandwich is tilted, the water seeps down the slope. Maybe it finds a crack in the floor and seeps down to saturate a deeper layer of porous rock be- low. Sometimes it seeps down a hard slope and gashes out through a crack in the side of a hill. All these things happen be- cause some rocks tend to soak up water like sponges and some do not. Water tends to run off the shiny surfaces of obsidian and other glassy rocks. But rocks like solid slate may be riddled with finer than fine pores. When they are, they ab- sorb a little moisture. And in time, the seeping water wears awray bigger holes in their tiny pockets. Questions asfced by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) GOREN ON BRIDGE U.S. pay freeze pays dividends DETROIT (AP) .Men's room patrons at tho Shoratoir Cadillac hotel arc .saving 15 cents on each trip Lo the pay toilet thanks to the wage- price freeze. Federal price watchers nipped the hotel's plan to push toilet prices to 25 cents front 10, saying any such change violates the freeze. CARRIERS WANTED FOR THE STAR WEEKLY Phone 327-6434 offer 7 p.m. BY CHARLES H. GOREN [t? mi: BT The Chicago Trlbnnfl] vulnerable. East deals. NORTH A AK7 Pass 1 f> Pass I NT Pass n NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Seven of c? Careful analysis of his prospects by South, the de- clarer at three no trump uncovered a line of play that could not fail on the deal. West opened the seven of hearts and Kast's jack dis- lodged declarer's king. South could count six top two spades, two hearts and one each in diamonds and elubs. If he tries the diamond finesse and it succeeds, he is home, however if it heart return will dislodge declarer's remaining stopper In that suit. The fate of the contract now hinges on the club finesse, for if West has the king aud a (ivc card heart i contract. suit, he can cash enough tricks to defeat South. Declarer observed that he could improve his chances by playing clubs first, for even if the defense gets in with the king and dislodges the last heart stopper, the diamond finesse can be taken safely, for if East shows up with the king and has another heart to most that the defense can score is two hearts, one diamond and one club. At trick two, South led a small club from hi; hand. West chose to follow suit with the three, and North's jack won the Irick. Now declarer could afford to play the aco and another diamond, for with two club tricks assured, he needed only three in diamonds to bring his total up to nine. East was in with the king, but South took the heart return with the ace and cashed diamonds and two tricks in each of the other suits. Observe that declarer must lead a club away from tho ace at trick two, for if he crosses over to dummy with the king of spades lo take a club finesse, when West gets in with the king he can return a spade to drive out North's remaining stopper. Now when South takes n losing diamond finesse, East cashes three spade tricks to defeat the SHALL UHl.WNT WE LOOK I UKii I .SKVI STOPCAtLlNS 6AME5! ME TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN WHERE'S THE MERCHANPISe? 10-7 BLONDIE-By Chic Young BLONPIE, i THOUGHT OF A GREAT WAY JUAT TO START -HE PAY GO BACK TO SEP 10-1 (HE'S ONE is! A MILLION j BKTI.E BAlLEY-By Mort Walker is rr ALL PISHT TO CHEW SUM, SIR? f! I ABNER-By Al Capp THEY'LL. POLLV MOONBEAM WHAREVER SHE AH HAS SPOKEN- MEANWHILE-AT THE SOURCE OF IT IT FO'YO''TOMAKE.FUNO' NOTHING HIM ARCHIE-By Bob Montana THEY WANT YOU TO OFFIC1AUY THEY OPEN THE. WHAT nV roOTBALL GAME: YOU LIKE THE PRESIDENT THROWS IN THE FIRST BASEBALL.' 'OH.... ISN'T THAT SWEET.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne YEAH, BUT THIS' GRASS AND WEEDS IS ALMOST AS BAD SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal WONDER WHV VOU NEARLY AUWAVS CARRV AROUND? BUGS BUNNY I' AM FeepASEP TO TJJUPSE ENCLESS MILES IM YOUR BLA.. NEWS OF VOUK PELI6HTFUU, EATERY SHALL, BE CAERIEI? ID FAR REACHES OF OUR FAIR PO VOU HAVE ANY LAST-MINUTE SIRE? ;