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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Tueiday, Ottober 13, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON I WEDNESDAY, OCT. II Your birthday today: Revi- sion, intuition lead you through a complex year of unusual opportunity and oc- casional moments of difficul- ty. You can meet the chal- lenge by improving your at- titudes. Obstacles force you to re-evaluate your ventures and intentions. Spiritual growth 1 s implied In the changes. Today's natives pos- sess great personal charm, the knack of being clinical and entertaining at the same time. ARIES (March 21-April Today brings more of yester- day's crosscurrents. Continue with patience, let others shout and complain, expect little eo- LAWRENCE Ev. LAMB, M. D. Your Sex Activity Requires Fitness If vour health is so bad you! During sexual activity the can't exercise, the probability heart rate at climax rises to tack. Some b that you can't safely partici- pate in sexual activity either. The sex act is exercise and causes a marked increase in the work of the heart. If exercise is good for you, sexual activity is ene way of getting it. In fact, If it catches on, it may replace logging. Like other factors that in- crease the work of the heart, sex can also be harmful if you have serious heart trouble. More than one man has died Just after getting home from the hospital after a heart at- ____ have suggested that the problem oi sexual activity for the patient with advanced heart disease can be solved by passive sex. Well, if its pass- ive, it's not sex. Besides lab- eratory studies show that the Increase in heart rate and blood pressure comes at climax anyway. The emotions have a lot to do with how hard the heart works hi response to sexual stimula- tion Your heart rate may quicken merely from desire. Then there is the response to i sensual kiss. According to a West German physician, Dr. Herbert Loellgen, the brain lends out signals, causing the tpine to stretch, the nerves in- fluencing the pelvis are activ- ated, the sex glands start func- tioning and small adrenal glands over the kidneys release The heartbeat may increase to 150 beats per minute (about twice normal levels) and the blood pressure increase from a usual level of 120 to 180. At this point, according to the good doctor, all rational functions of the brain cease. (The changes in heart rate and Hood pressure represent a ma- jor increase in work for the heart. This way of working the heart may be pleasurable, but It is not necessarily healthy without subsequent physical ac- tivity. The excess adrenalin must be metabolized or its ac- cumulated products cause harmful effects, just as occurs from other forms of emotional Itress. TEHD TAE levels between 110 and 180 beats per minute (as high as noted in the most vigorous forms of And the blood pressure may rise over activity, like other 100: Stexual forms of athletics, requires a good level of fitness to do it well and safely. Practice may not make .everyone perfect but it could improve their game. Dear Doctor I have a stom- ach ulcer. Is it all right if I take aspirin? Dear Reader A small amount of aspirin, particularly if it is combined with a sub- tance to neutralize its acidity, usually won't cause any harm. Aspirin does decrease the nor- mal blood clotting mechanism and, if a person takes very much over a period of time, it is possible to cause bleeding in some cases. Bledding from the digestive tract occurs in some people who use large amounts of aspirin, even if they do not have an ulcer. operation. Think through your situation tonight. TAURUS (April ZO-May Chronic maladjustments, o 1 d problems peak out suddenly, the result of neglect and care- less handling. Give time and attention without accepting blame for anything. GEMINI (May 21-June Bring your work to a good stopping point. Let well enough alone where things seem under reasonable control. Fresh starts should wait until there is more preparation. CANCER (June 21-July Stick to already started ac- tions. Much can be brought to final perfection with consistent effort. Be alert for the proper time to stop on any creative work. LEO (July 23-Ang. Take the most optimistic course, speak ,of it ,as having been achieved although not yet fully noticed. Your working condi- tions and morale improve as the day winds its complex Way. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. The day should pass in relative calm after the past upheavals. Pick up the pieces, and pro- ceed conservatively. Money concerns will recede with a little thrift now. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. At the start you may have to sus- pend your own plans and go with the group. You can revert to your own schemes later with little resistance, get a good bit achieved. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. The less attention you invite to your work the better. Proceed with things you know quite well and get as much done as pos- sible. Check your facts and fi- gures. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Avoid controversy except where you really have a strong emotional investment. Take new factors into account at work, find a more direct way for getting things done. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Concern over personal matters continues to distract you. Patient effort helps bring the situation into balance. Change pace, have fun this evening. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Concede yesterday's errors, even where you are not sure of the. nature of the problems. Avoid starting anything very different from regular routine. Clear the decks by evening. PISCES (Feb. 19-March In the early hours do the things that are best done .alone. The afternoon favors conferences, reviews. Your powers of con- centration come to a peak later in the day. Andy sends a World Book Atlas to Michael E. Wincel, age 11, of New Whiteland, In- diana, for his question: Do male and female skeletons have the same numhcr of ribs? The average human skeleton, male or female, has about 206 bones. The bendable backbone is a row of interlocking verte- brae. The seven at the top sup- port the neck. The 12 below these are the thoracic vertebrae that support the trunk and pro- vide rear anchors for the ribs. The ribs are arranged in pairs, one pair to each of the 12 thora- cic vertebrae. Hence, the stan- dard quota of ribs per person is or female. At the back of the rib cage, each pair of ribs is anchored to a vertebra of the spine. From here, the bony ladder swoops around to the front of the body. The seven upper pairs of ribs are attached to the breastbone and are called the true ribs. The others are called false ribs. The three top pairs are attach- ed to each other by pliable bands of cartilage. The lowest We can lend to nearly every type of enterprise: manu- facturing wholesale and retail trade tourism and recreation... construction... agriculture... transporta- tion and storage. If you need financial assistance to start, expand, or modernize a business anywhere in Canada, we invite you to discuss your requirements with us. 'INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK TEBM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES I.ETHBRIDGE, Alia.: Avc. South-Tel.: 328-3681 two pairs 'are the floating ribs, attached at the back and un- attached in front. This arrange- ment of 24 ribs is the same in both the male and female skele- ton. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, HunHngton Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronical Publishing Co. 1970) Top Parks Executive Quits Post TORONTO (CP) The exec- utive director of the National and Provincial Parks Associa- tion of Canada said today he has resigned as a top-level ad- viser to Rene Brunelle, Ontario lands and forests minister, be- cause of "shocking exploita- tion" by timber companies in (Justice Park. Gavin Henderson said he an- nounced his resignation from Mr. Brunelle's special advisory committee in a letter sent to the minister. He said the resignation was to protest what he termed the gov- ernment's failure to prevent log- ging in Quetico Park, 50 miles west of Thunder Bay. Mr. Henderson, a member of the advisory committee for the last 12 years, charged Ontario had put out "government propa- ganda to create the belief that Quetico is in fact a primi- tive area that will be kept that way for the benefit of present and future generations." He said that in fact two large companies, Domtar Ltd. and Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Co., either hold or are about to get timber cutting rights on more than half the square mile park. Males Battle For Sideburns WASHINGTON (AP) Women's Lib might fight for equal rights but Men's Lobe is for sideburns. "It's a movement to assure male civilian government work- ers the right to wear side- bums to the ear says the National Association of Government Employes. Kenneth Lyons, president of the union, says Men's Lobe was formed "to combat har- assment" by the U.S. mili- tary. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN By Tht Chiaja Tribmt] ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AA94 The bidding has proceeded: East South West North Pass Pasi Pass 1 Pass What do you bid now? hearts. If you had Hot passed, tempoildng bid of two clubs-would be In order wltli the Intention of raising hearts subsequently. But call of two clubs at the juncture would not ba forcing and partner might paai with a minimum hand that could produce a good plav for Xame In hearts. Q. vulnerable, as South, you hold: VI0965 OQJ1042 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 A Pass 1 0 Pass 1 A Pass What do you bid now? your values are at best of moderate quantity and partner has shown no great en- thusiasm on his rebld, some fur- ther effort Is called! for if'only to Improve the contract. Your hand Is not too unbalanced! one no trump appears to be slightly better cholct than two diamonds, Q. South, vulnerable, you A10874 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Pass IV Pass What do you bid now? no trump, because this Ts a very minimum opening. The encouragement of a single raise Jn partner's suit should not bo extended to him. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AKJ9842 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South Pass I Dbte, What do you bid? Altho this hand Jn a liUlc shy of the require- Jr. terms hlgti card values, tlio distribution 13 very favorable. IF partner has any lort 'of fit for upadcs, gamo ihoulit Tie a If not, you fit his clubs well enough to Justify strenuous compctil Ion. Q. vulnerable, South jou holfe VKZ OAJ1042 4KQ1I The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 0 Pass 2 4 Pass What do you bid now? A. Three no trump. A rebld of just two no trump xvould not be enough, the limit for which Is 13 points, and your hand ex- geods that mark by two tens plus a good five card suit. The fit with partner makes slam pros- pects bright and strong en- cnuragement should btt offered him. Q. As South you hold; com. pletcly satisfactory call able. Perhaps lesser of evils h a jump to clnhfr a bid which wo usually avoid with only three tramps. We find thin slightly preferable to a thrcn diamond bid whlcb aomnhaitt mora conflninc. LANCELOT-By Coker t Perm BLONDIE-By Chic Young CASWOOP, WAKB k. YOU'LU BE UATE FOS WORK BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker ALL RiertTX WHERE'S T PlH-UP? THE PN-UP TrlAT WHAT PIN-OP? WAS TASK. BETTER TAKE POWN THAT PIN-UP.' COMES THE OWAlN I POUT ACT 50 INNOCENT, f I I KNOW WHAT WAS TriEPE.' 111 ABNER-By Al Capp THOUSANDS OF WORRIED KIDS MASS AT BACKWOODSTOCK ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I'LL GIVE WHAT POSITION VYDU ONE.' AFE1DU 6OINSJ..IF YOU TO 6IVE ME "SCAN TAKE ON THE TEAM, h COACH? LOC< BOTH HANDS NOW PUT MXJR ELBOWS ON YOUR KNEES AND' HOLD THAT POSITION- HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns LOCK AT THAT OH, HAD SNOW M MONTANA HEX ISN'T THAT <3RL PRETTY.. LISTEN TO THIS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal COVOUEVK SET Trie FEELINS THAT WfiE A WORTHLESS PERSON? NO, I FEEL I'M PRETTY .IHE KINS DOSNT ASPEE WITH BUGS BUNNY C PORKY AN' PETUNIA HAVE BEEN PAWDLIN' AT THAT TABLE PER AN HOUR, BUT SYLVESTER'S MUSIC WILL PRIVE'EM OUT-j BUT, PORKY GAVE ME A DOLLAR ON CONPITION THAT I KEEP FLAVINS FOKlfi FIFTEEN MINUTES J jj AFTER LEFT SYLVESTER, THEY'RE ;