Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
J.3 'tlE ItTHnRlnCf HESAID Monday, Apcil 3, 1972 By JEANE DIXON "IVS> 111- iticc an.I i'-m- rouline aril c.m- pi Simplicity is r-v L'lMi.tl. To 'I y ninilnifl inter- r-: ,-v" i pit1- n MUI S HI: llinMiM i- left over from ycslcr-1 in fill tUiy (rouble- -hi'Kir.p, seeking suitable help 1 [or cdil chores TUIU'S (April 20-May 1 siir yourself, do preparatory tasks while you can, i L h i h limits of selliL'd decisions. Lalor 'hours In ing rest ami rcticrtion (ilvMIM (Mny 21 June Think of r.s mainly a i bridge from past lo fulurc, so don't mlil any thing discordiinL Meditnlion pi ovides deep in- Delnils If> lie.1 double clicck- cd or tor bettor conditions. Cooperation floes round in cir- cles little (orw.Ti'd mo- lion is r.Juh trips ehnraclcrize the clay, en- j joy yours while keeping it outf ot ttie way ot others' pursuit of htippiness. Serious work is sus- pended lor the moment. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Ailment sounds tike (in Rovenlly L Tlie doi'lor identified the prob- VIIUIO J3 Scpl. 221; Many thliiys fall in place to re- solve an old question rais- ing a nesv, move is- sue.. Take a look at what is ahead tomorrow. it, l.lllUA Oct. Easy docs il; low key changes OW1, now, make (V day's op- i IjeL'ornmg ov- iff experimental iilh'r (lay. I I.Vnv. i mny (Ml slwrl' vouf your i ii' broadens, :i, sliimM nuoiiiMge dreams '.t U'ltK (Dec. 2'2-Jan. out of centre tid> up personal affairs f.nvci Reflection, iriiKMiUry i is essential. f .l.iti. 20-Frlj. >on started wlicr- i ac'.w e tilt? diffeifncc Inter. New ideas come readily, four nerd further refining. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Trouble shooting in money liar blood wiinl jciu as a there saying tlial good chance Ihat to bs a fold and ccugii. i it would hack. He asked Tro bloixl toM U! per if there was any Negro blood :n ensinopliils I was told nor- in my family as they SMUT to ii'i.il uas I niu nulli- -c-'i witli nnd sneezing cvcvy movniiig but sev- r-.'iil tiiiK'.s a it al- rnn.-l could .-.sbV1 caubos bL1.' i a higher susccptibilily lo Uiese growths. Thorn is none. Now'if I this irritates [he skin. Recently it has been reddish and itching, especially of the at night Could this mean it is am gelling checked and told tired vl I a cold, ns surely it go av.'tiy sometime. Dear ruler Your .story healing inside or growth is taking Ihat further place? It is impossible lo find a shoe that will not press on il other than o toe thong .sandal. Maybe I lhal you have an al- (should move to the tropics and leiyy, nol a cold There arc dif- go barefoot, Will it pivc mo IciTiiL lyjjcj of white blood trouble as I grou1 older? Any The group called eosino- information will he appreciated. phiis have a spi arc often more Hear Jleatler A keloid Is a fortu oC skm tamor UiaL is relaled to ovorgrowlh of scar L-uil color and in people who have allergies. This, of course, could also account I tissue where the skin has been for yiair rllic-r symptoms. injured or cut. It is true that You should see .-n allergist j they occur more frequently in ami have sUtthes done lo idcn- i dark skinned individuals and tify your allergies, and are more apl to occur in Treatment. Some people can be to whatever they individuals before the npe of 35. A person who forms keloids is are allergic In by Ihe Injection apt to form a new keloid at of very small diluted amounts sile where the old one is cut of the same substance, Tiir out. That is probably what your amount of the substance inject- j surgeon meant. Sometimes kel- ed is gradually increased until j oids can he cured by cutting the person's tolerance is in- them oul and then applying ra- creascd, I diuLion lo the area. The radin- I tion helps lo prevent a recur- Dear Dr. Lamb About two 1 rence of (lie srnr tissue tumor. years ago I injured my foot Such keloid tumors are not on the inside directly over the likely to go away by Uicni- largc joint. Within a short time selves so you will probably a ivih appeared under the skin and my surgeon removed it. ilc warned that I would have a sore foot and I did. JL was extremely disabling and look six months lo heal. GOREN ON BRIDGE JIV C1TAHLES II. lha promoted f.1 ihr riljmond holdlnt M taken U7T: BV ni MllDGE QUIX Her thin in opening bid. 1'iri- over parlnet'i three dun What do you bid woiJld A TV o ipidn. bid Both vulnerable, as in earn P. Now ihil purlncr hn rebld hriru. VDII cm you hold: prepare [n pray for fame OAKS lhal nilt nr ynur rur hid mlffhl lo x inunrj rGntrarl oT bidding hns proceeded: North East p. I A.I South vulnerable, you A. Pasi l A 2 A Pass 2 NT Pan L' AQ 1 I r.AQ 7 4-J R 5 The bidding proceeded1. Wrst North do you bid now? A DcipUo ihe fact lhal iOH I'm Pass I U v-ould be unsound tjc- What do yoti la hanging In midair a 1 two no Irump- ]i H A "Dili hind, duly lo ire thlL tht hand liinmc polnti, li loo big pltyed In the contract best TIP ro IrufT'P IL led lo your holding, A return vrtvmr.; therefore. I" threr ipadcs Is in jnrt hid no Irun.Ti for lhc rarincr'j of o In (n anr5 four JiiU. This M.IL1 luil ibout Is liUlc doubt Ihat Krength your should play nt lenil IrlcV: better at the Mil. A q. South you ttQ 1 a 2 ".'In (j tr.jmp. Ill (act, il The bidding has proceeded vilnns. Norlh Kasl South As South vulnerable, l A PASC .1 A hold: 4 i I'ais 4 ''j O.AK105 AS-mi bid "Tee llial U. t Neither urong haul. parlncr opens with one S_AS South vulnerable. and you hold: J Q 3S 06 z T What is your bidding has proceeded: liVn il' Nortl Hast Juil in iborl a nhlc. Pass ,iul tr.rffMing th- d.j yfju pry.', 1" Rf-tv-. 11 ptrlntr Tntre nccn'.cn Bolh ti thl. pcjjr.i. Von havn yon %'i.ir siory I" Ifir pre- A A.I '..MQl 1 AQ.T3 r-V d- r" s Ui "i Mwin P IT t! Thtr Iji'ltlin" h.is proceeded; Nnrlh Kast South to lha U-.rre t I'.iss A 'Oini. U -vilJ Ul >ou 3 A id or. i njriimildirc What d9 you nd tiim. ncithei n nor definite f on under your Ifl-Miircb TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Rynn UO1 FA OISHT5, PA SOUSffS, PA SMELLS SPRING' 1.1. r [M.SCKS Add l.i information, bring as- Forintiv yon in pursuit of oun hco-l iiitcL'cst-S. Tin- Cliicagii 9BHOLP1-' PA FKESH CROP 0' ROSY- CHKKEP PUMPKINS ROU-EP! UST'TO PA SCRATCH JINGLE- IN PERE JEANSJ HEARKEN TO PA SOFT FLUTTER 0' PA PMK PEIN'TALLIEP PA VAULTS I WHIFF PA HEW AROMA 0' PA MANY CATTi-ES WWTIN'T'PE EMANCIPATED FROM PERE need to iec your doctor again for treatment. You might ask about the possible use of radia- tion in the area immediately after .surgery to prevent ils rc- Rotafing galaxies Andy sends a complelo 22- volumc set of tbe World Book Encyclopedia lo Charles Y. Robertson, age 11, of Atlanta, Georgia, for his question: Is U true lliat galaxies rotate? Our enlire Universe s p i n s around like a dlyzy heavenly hocdown. Tiic earth rotates on ils axis and so does tiie moon. So do the olhcr moons, planets, and even HIP gaseous sun. Ho- tnlion is Iho mast fashionable celestial motion and very complicated. Our sun and ils orderly planets travel around an immense circle through (lie Milky other Way. With starry suns, 100 billion vr c orbit around with Ihe rotating Gal- axy. Apparently all galaxies must rolate lo offsel the pull of gravity, otherwise they would collapse. leave bulky belongings al Koiuc, Ihey take their native wi li them. People also like lo M'.'Eip and trade their They frcqueiilly ad- oplcd v.ords from r.cw lands ar.d from visiting si rangers But often they ended up with hso njniio.s for (he same Ihitig. A mix-up of tliis sort occuiTcd long lo tlie ancestor of ouj modn-ii pound weight. TJin ronfiuering Ilomans Im- posed Latin language on most nf Europe. In lho.se days. hov-cvcv, the weights ami ntca- smrs nol vcrj' precise and neither were their names. Somc'hiy.v two Latin words be- camr confused. One was (ho ancestor of our word pound, the oilier was libra, which origin- ally meant a pair of scales. The word pound survived lo namo our more precise unit of An old English word was .substituted for Ihe balance scales, flut libra survived as lb., the alibr evicted form for the 'flic Milky Way contains enongh malorial lo make per- haps 2J10 billion stars our sun. About half of iLs mass is in form of vast, gaseous cosmic clouds. But all of its entire is governed by the force of gravitation, ex- pound weight. orling its enormous pull from tittcMms cnnc crowded center. II gravity ilcralri rcnffcrs had its way, it would pull all f mailed (o Ihe malerir.l in our stars, j rIs ami gaseous clouds into' i a dense ball. But the spinning 'motion of rotation works apainst the force of gravity. Our Galaxy rotates somewhat like a celestial sized pinwhccl. su-earning its billions of stars and dusty clouds around as it I goes. It is typical of countless galaxies strewn througoul the vast reaches of outer space. They mu.sf rotate or coltepsc. However, some of these outer galactic star systems appear to be at different, slagcs of ricvcl- opment. The ages of Ihcir slurs and other factors suggest that older galaxies tend lo become flattened ellipses. Our Galaxy is one o( the mature lypcs, with a thick crowded center and long spiralling arms thinning cut toward tho rim of the disk. At' lonomers tabulated the motions cf our neighborhood stars lo Irace the moving pic- lure of our rotating Milky Way. Some of our neighbors are, coming closet1 lo us ar.d olhers are receding. Together Ihey reveal a system of celes- tial traffic, with stars near Ihe center orbiting fiisler than in the outer lanes. in th? inside lanes catch up and move ahead-of n.s. Tho.'-e in on It' tones, nearer tJiu rim, lag behind as we catch up and pa.ss them, llcnee, HID various slars in our local I raffle arc eiliir-r ,'injiroachin" clcscM1 to MS or The diameter of our sniuuiuy i BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker be P.O. Ask Anily, Kox Ilunlingloo Boi Ci'lilornia 92M3. (Copyright Chroniulc) Publishing Co. 1972) Public bath mishap kills 15 persons (API A steam boiler ami hol-v.atcr tark hurst in a pllhli" hatb Inday killing 15 antl cliiklren anil injur- ing aboul oilier persons, re- ports said. The newspaper Ktel.ial said Lhat 20 of the injured v.erc seri- ously hurl in Ihe disaster at Shalipour in nortliv.-est Iran. pipes Hie public bath house alsn burst in Ihe wake of Ihe bniler blov.up and of Ihe building collapsed causing the heavy casualties, Hie said. NWH OWN PEKSOWAU Ifuou'd S Ki glistened TH' GENLUNE MATCHERAL-) to him- it'd TH'U.S never Don'tmake yore wr "F-tZ) once moreri e ARCHIE-By Bob Montona HE SPENDS A LOT OF TIME IN HOW DO VTHE. YOU LIK-E HWING V1SITINB ANY UNCLE'S 1 ANIAAALSJ FARM. ARCH YEftH HE MiUST BE A REAL BIRD [.OVER.' I WHY HE SAID HE. LIKES ir CUT THERE CAUSE IT'S A 6REAT PtACE FOR BARH SWALt-CXYS.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne I'orceaslcr moves closer MOSCOW (Ki'iiiwO Soviet have; nuivtd to .solving NIC proUc-m f-r. ing orirtliciuakcs (he Galaxy is cslimstwl lo ho shout j IOO.MO liRhl years jpin. 1 news ning Solar System is loca'lcvl ARE VOU AT LEASTA FOURTH covwu.vrry K A SLUM 'MM "lighL years from T c "iiiipmciil I the huh, more than hall way to th-j outer dm. In our Imic-.'the sml starry traffic moves at about isn miloi second, which is alnioil 470.000 miles per hour. Yd. even this (anlnslic speed, our Solar lakes iabniit. million years (n coin- Ipleki one orhit around with Ihe j relating Galaxy. pmciU rcgiMcml j SHORT frank o.Neu llle fjrdiictivily o( ocks "llU'h uhcn imminent, an earthquake T.'iss .says. Their resi.stain i to clcc'trir-ity (ll'flps Wfnrc a aiul relurns In ri-rvjons level aflcrward-; Tass jays Mis eqyiipincnt is rapnhln of rlptoct- inn the change at n rli.slancc of up lo nine milr.s fifin the. epi- centre. Tile report, v.-biih rlul nril Other galaxies rotale. more or lc.ss liko our own enormous pin wheel. II rotates as a out how ljv-foi'c Ihe though indiviilual slors orhit: carthtjuako this happrned, saitl around al different speeds. I had succecfferl in pre- orlnlal speeds arc radia' velocities c n c Ii is a cosmic year. Onr Sim dieting an earlliqurike in the Prnnir Mountains, cen- tral Aiin, of Ijpiwccn force four has completed more than 20 and live on thcii1 12 ].oinl scale cosmic jc.irs iLs liirlli, some five billion ago. BUGS BUNNY T vmi-'.n OK n COIlDOIiA (Hauler J A farmer, recently an nn.'ird for fathering II chilrrrcn, died JHTC at ,-isu.- 107. i (I o w c r -If'.': Maria I'uUdu V..TS i The first of Iliis year's nntioml birth! IT Die win) mvenlcrj ills uJc l Iliem. RuL lend to ream! rt children, hi.s .second II iind awl they hayc lo i liis Iliircl 20. i Andy sends i World Rook Allai lo I.ynn firick, age II, of Calvary, Allxirln. Canada hrr fjin-slion: IVliy is prninil nhlu'nvialrcl tn MOM7F HUBERT J. MOM IGTH'NAUE ...WANTA, OF ,---------I'