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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 'HE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Soplcmbnr 14, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon IVHDNESD.AY, SEPT. 15 Your birlliday loilay: Poses it long challenge of selecting, experiment in seek- ing more effective expression. Sonic will concentrate on rn.'i- lerial survival and become highly efficient, others will spiritual ami inlangible ways. Today's natives have lively imaginations, usually some political laienl. AniHS (March 21 April Ask and prepare to deal ivilh difficult but useful an- swers. Trying [o get by the easy way would leave you out in TAURUS (April 211 Mny and night as a sort of holding- Open your eyes and your mind I pattern, forcing no issues, yoi'.r resources forj SCOIH'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. optimum developments of ex-] Care and courlesy compete isling opportunity. CE.MIM (May 21 June wilh good habits for impor- tance as schedules encounter find rewarding progress in left field. Tidy up. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Little is known Give thought to health earn, confusion. Avoid haste and both for yourself and loved i watch your temper! ones, Ihen rlo what is needed I SAGIITAHIL'S (Nov. 23-Dec. to assure the best. Home Resentment is out of sea- claims more of your time and son. If your work is flawless, energy Him expected. CANCER (June 21 July Prudent and active effort to make every minute count is the be.-l path. Tempting byways, hobby i.ileresls coi.ld divert your attention JTCTTI serious business if v v l.EO (July People need neniul it 23 Aug. ollirrs will invent error and at- tribute it lo you. Make careful notes to separale Iruth from chaff laler. CAPItlCOHN" (Dec. 22- .Ian. Follow plans as nearly as possible; don't add big chan- ges. Communication is delicate- NOU) THAT 1W AND I ARE THKOU6H, SCHROEPER, WHVewrr YOU STOP HAN6W6 AROUNP NH HOUSE ?___ THIS ISHT HOUR HOME THIS 15 tW HOUSE! AMAZW6 HWO 5Wii> 1W CAM BE WHEN IN rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN wiu. YOU STOP THAT; HOW MANY TIMES HAVE I TOL.P VOU THAT MULE SKINNERS PONT SUCK THEIR I ly balanced, agreements provi- gentle handling sional, rkii Oil Dear Dr. Lamb Hov, can I effect of a man a person contract mononncleo-! one testicle? At Is, they he- are initialed. Let things go un- si? besides kissing? I'm almost 70 years old ar.d just got out of the fcspital from it. I am alone and not the kissing kind. I was told 1 could have picked it up on a (rip from unclean silver, dishes and the like. Is this so? Dear liearier It's a shame to have the illness and not have (he fun sajd to go with it. In- feclious mononucleosis is more common in young people and in the spring w hich has help- ed its reputation as the kissing disease, but relax, it does oc- cur under other conditions. About 10 per cent of the cases are in persons from 45 to 65 years old (that doesn't prove it isn't kissing since age has very little to do with tlia' It is suspected of being a vi- rus disease, but the virus has not been absolutely identified nor the actual means of trans- mission defined. It isn't very contagious though, since fam- ily members seldom develop it. The outlook is fine and most people recover usually in a came swollen and one side went Hal. Will this change his LIBRA (Sent. 23 Oct. se.v capacilies and will there Take the day off for diversion be a chance of the other going Lf you can. If net, let Ihings the same Dear Header Swelling of Ihe testicles usually is part of an infectious illness. In a young man. a common cause is mumps. Sometimes Ihe lip-off lhat the person has mumps uiLhout the usual swelling in the neck is Ihe presence of swollen and lender testicles. Usually, male hormone is still secreted, but there may be a diminution of the amount ot AQUARIUS (.Ian, 20 Fch. Defend your theory and philosophy, but it's rseless to find a definite application in to- day's turmoil. Accept expedi- ents worked oul hy others. PISCES (Fch. II) March This is not an opportune mo- ment lo ask for anything dras- tic or for Ihe first lime. Keep slier details, take Lheir course, treat the day (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) and -vour cnallense achieve it. Sonv> the tough- est appearing are most vulner- able. VIRGO (Aug. n Sent. having only All around yon expansive plans til it's time for you to help. WWS 2 TIMES THOUSAND TIMES AT I'M tfifj 'MEMBER! SAVES) 1 ME THE TRimE O'TAKIN' Off VM'poors! V BLONDIE-By Chic Young sperm cells i decreased his doesn't mean amount of fluid If only one testi- volume set of the World Book cle is damaged. Ihe other one 'Encyclopedia lo Tamra Gas- often enlarges to greater than uusual size in compensUiin. Do fish sleep? Andy sends a complete 20- I SF.LTIE BAILEY-By Mori Walker kins, age 10. of Lake City, South Caroline, for her ques- tion: When do fishes sltcp? People used lo lliink Ihsl fishes never go to sleep. Cer-i i As long as one is functioning normally, lliere usually will nol I he any cffecl on Ihe indivi- dual's sexual capacity. Even if both testicles arc i damaged after a person has mosl ofllis sex: I cause Ihev can't. Actually fishes sbcrt lime without any residual ual maturation process, sexual j ill effects. Occasionally a per- j capacity may be retained. H is i i Pj son lias a longer siege of it. j a matter of nislory thai Hie cas- Yen may hold some kind ot a record though since it is guile rare it? your age group. I doubt anyone can say how you got Ih Dear Dr. Lamb Could vou tell I ho cause and lasting Uated slaves in the Near East proved to be capable o[ func iwriwg in a somewhat larger capacity llian simply as harem .guards. All of which goes to prove that in many instances, sexual capacity has a lot to do cannot close their eyes as do. This makes it hard to figure out whether a fish is awake or asleep. Scientists would like to know a lot more about tnis in- question. But they with what goes on in the mind. I "f sllre 'j1'11 b take rest periods and at least fish sinks lo Hie bollom. He lies on his side and wriggles i around unlil most of his hody is covered with a hlanket of i sand. The sandy hlanket does; not keep him warm. But it hid him from his hungrv tainly they never close their: cnemies staring eyes. But this is he j gaudy a. huill-in system lo protect him- ll.ey self when hp takes a nap. He i oozes a slidcv slime wilh a Health, social centre planned for Churchill horrible flavor. This is spread his body and when a hun- gry enemy lakes a sniff, he de- cides to go off and find a more tasty meal. When darkness falls, other fishes find quiet caves among the tufts of stony coral. There they go to sleep. Often a poke in the ribs or a j bright flash light does nol wake I them up. j .Most fishes cannot abide siid-l fcrenl fishes and each one has j den changes from hoi to cold or liis own way of life, The pret-; to hot. Many of them AND WE'RE WAITING FOP Trie TALCM TO SETTLE LI L ABNER-By Al Capp some of them go to sleep. There are hundreds of dif-; tiest ones live around tropical islands and coral reefs. The masses of rainbow-tinted corals do not mind so much when Ihe1 changes come slowly with the gentle seasons, though others look like lovely underwater jivim on long journeys to eu- WINNIPEG (CP) A com- University of Manitoba medi-, gardens. The pretty little fishes joy the summers or winters mimity health end social devel- cal school's northern medical i ciart among the Lulls of stonj u-iiere Ihe temperature is more opmcnl centre will Iw built in unit will provide medical ser-, coral n.nd waving seaweeds, j to their liking But some fishes vices contract. Some of them are called sleep- cannot leave their fresh waler Local residents will be given ors because they spend most streams and ponds. Many of Churchill. Man., as part of the million join federal provin- cial lownsile redevelopment pro-' preference in employment both their lime dozing on Ihe sandy grain for the Hudson Bay port. at the centre and in its con-; floor. If nobody disturbs them, j these lazy sleepers seem t o steep day and night, though of Heallh and social develop- struclion. mcnt minister Hene Toupiii; said in a statement, here the centre, to be operated by a T-V board representing "users of the M 1IC ten-ices." n ill be responsible i for social developmenl. public health and allied medical ser- vices It will also offer co-ordina- tion of other community organ-1 sailing (rip izalions lo share programs, staff and building. Mr. Toupm said his depart- ment will'provide preventive and support services ranging from adoption and child care to vocational rehabilitation. The Ihsse spend the winter in the long, deep .sleep of hibernation. Others sink into a long, deep sleep when tire summer gels! YOU LL MAKE A WHEEL- f. VI 1M, L MAKE TALK THATx WE'VE GOTTA SEE, BUT TKF. Qf-JLY RECORD OF A CHAIR EVER TURMWG iTO CRIME. WAS A CHIPPENDALE" ARCHIE-By Bob Montana crurse they must wake up now too hot and suffocaling. and then to grab themselves a Out in the open seas, most bit to eat. fishes lead a hungry life. Dav The wrasses and the gaudy and night the larger ones limit parrot fishes also share the j the smaller ones. There is no blue-green watery world of the, lime lo rest, no time to sleep. coral reefs. We know that these colorful fishes go to sleep, though usually they sleep only at night. When Ihe watery As a rule, schools of smaller fishes must svvin faster during (he night to escape their hun- gry fees. The greedy sharks Back to school LONDON (CP) Foreign students on holiday in Britain's capital should go lo schools lo find cheap accommodation, WEST VANCOUVER (CP) A Vancouver neurologist and; his wife sailed into West Van- j couver on the sloop Astrocyte I during the weekend after a fivc-y car, 50.000-mile trip around Ihe world. Dr. Charles Gould and his I wife, Ruth, were greeted wilh i I failing sirens and champagne J J I when they sailed into a berth i. at the West Vancouver Yacht 3- L Clllb. i Hamilton Wednesday Night They told of battling r. gale world grows dark, the wrasse have huge appotiles and they are always famished. The fly- 1 ing fishes are never safe, al- ways ready lo leap on! of the Bridge Results 1 DISLIKE HAVING TO LISTEN TO SOMETHING YOU DON'T WANT TO IN A HAVING A CAPTIVE, i AUDIENCE S IS UNCON- STITUTIONAL.' DO WE HAVE TO LISTEN TO THAT BALL SAME OH, NO.' CHANSE. IT, IF YOU LIKE.1 says hostel warden David Dan- niels. "Schools should be opened during holiday boom periods to house tourists unable to afford alternative Dannicls suggested to the gov- N.-S- 1. E. Culler, Mrs. I. Jchnson; 2. R. Sania, Yoshihara; 3, Mr and Mrs, D. Lowonbertj. E.-W. 1 W Me- Dcnald. J. Hpinilz; 3. J. Bruha, M Grisflk; 3. Wilma Winler. D. ,Vircn. Thursday, Sept. V, Norman and P.uby Nelson Trophy j R. '.V. win- ners, D F. Michaplis, W. Zum- sloin; 3, Mrs. H. t. Balfour, G. Sanla. ernmenl. Cun-entlv many .lo lhc nnd i IhlcVCS return 10 pick UO valors plaving in Ihis mnl. W- wcrr 1.5 million joungsters who foI.guUcn thc rjt Britain each year have to sleep! trjp. instead, we kept a 24-hour! D- Evans, H. oaicovsnc; 2. K in parks. watch on the yacht. at Barranquilla, Colombia, and havinp; the yacht cleaned out hy thieves while they slept. "We rlid not fall for the next Dr. Gould said. liThe drill is you go to the V. Fukuda: 0. R. Bald K-atcr lo escape Ihe sharks. I HI AND lOIS-By Dil< Some experts think that these dainty fish never dare lo day or night. If you have a pet goldfish maybe you think he never sleeps. Bui his glassy eyelids may fool you. Walch when lie slops swimming around, sinks down low in his bowl and hov- ers lazily in the water. Chances are. lie is taking a nap. And he is more likely to do this al nighl, when yon do. Questions ashed ciiiianm ol Herald renders snonld he mailed lo Ask Andy, P 0. Box 765, Hunlinglon Beacb, California 9264B. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1371) IF THERE'S ONE THING I LIKE, IT'S SITTING IN MV TOV BOX, SURROUNDED (AND IF THERE'S ONE THING I DON'T LIKE, M_ IT'S SITTIN6 ON -Vl Mv O) V SEE THE BEST VALUES IN MOBILE HOME LIVING AT 542 13 ST. NORTH LETHBRIDGE OPENING SOON! IF SIDORSKY'S CAN'T SELL FOR LESS WHO CAN? OPENING SOON! MOBILE HOMES LTD. 542 13 St. North Lethbridge SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal I iHATiS RK5HT, I TAKE CAREOFTHe ftfiD BUGS BUNNY PKOfE'SSOK SHAWSWFLAT MV VIOLIN OKI FLOOR ANP UWFORTUMATE THIS SHOULP COVEE THE COST OF THE IWSTEUMENT; ;