Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
34 THE 1ETHBRI.CSE HERALD Wednesday, Auausl IB, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon li'ilMV. .Md. IS ;inr] property Your llirllulny Today: Bo- j which no longer serve pur- gins a limp rf iMlliprui" unto j poses in vour litr Today's na- yoiirscli all ynii have earned; lives have strong linguistic or inclined [nr Ihc last Him- j talents, oflcn Ihc facility for or M> n[ sii Seok lo simplify Abandon uiK'onsli' alniiil your life. impiovmg on oilier peoples' slork'.s. l.M.m-li 1'Mpril LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. marrow ia uplaslic. Dear Dr. Lamb I need as seems to be your case. The someone lo talk lo because 1 i spleen sometimes destroys cells am beginning 10 believe I can't' at an increased rale and re- Pick up where you I'.'ll off j chronic complaircrs know of joiii- determination. Avoid in- crease or exaggeration of obli- gations, both material and in- langiblc. SCOItl'IO 2.1-Noi'. who influence your wel- fare arc sensitive ti> whatever they hear about you. Direct .statements on your part arc helpful. SACirr.MtlUS (.Nov. 22-Urc. If you can be of help to your friends now, do so prompt- ly. Later on may be. a Jess con- venient situalion for an ex- pression of vour concern. CAI'RICOJtN 22-J.l.i. Get a Ihird opinion In case yesterday; leave liie tantrums and shouting lo others. TAUIU'S 2ll-.May Disluilicd schedules are natu- ral to be taken as exercises in adaptability. Keep extra re serve supplies handy. GDMIM (May 21-Junc Present your most impnrlial and rational si'li1, although you may feel mlher .strongly abo'k Ihe With further study understanding grows. CANC'KIl (June Si-July Keep ynur wils about you for a possible sudden reaction j no lime for logical exercises. II's all right if you arc sure uhat you want in life and be helped. A year ago, after a bone marrow test. I was diag- nosed having apfaslic ane- moval of the spleen may help. an idea of how to gel if. LEf) (July 23 Aug. Temptation opens in tne guise of special opportunity. A valid offer stand review, further consideration. The in jecied red cells can be tanged with radioactive chro-' VIIIGO (Aug. 23-Sqil. niia. I have taken over 100' nrnim (marie I flasle, taking cooperation for how create resistance, con- Ihc fusion. Patience and a quiet __________ ___ Hie question designed lo gel Ihings iplcen have anylhing to do with amount of radioactivity lhat de-' back onlo their piopcr tracks units of packed cells and ft lot Then one can determine nf honm'iK-s. Is lliiM-p a cure ]Png the cells last after for aiil.-Hic .-inoinio? Does Die, (ransf u s i o n and count aplasur. anemia'.' velups over the spleen and needed. dispute. Your viewpoint is j concentrated on what you have studied, and you are al a dis- advantage, particularly when disagreeing with friends. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. You scurry vigorously just to keep up with the situation, get nothing settled but merely held over for further attention. PISCES (Vcli. 19-.Vardi Whatever you do on tlic job loday goes home will) you as part of your experience; you relive it later. Dear Ucacln- I rionl need Cr. If the is destroying LIDRA (Sept. Z3-Ool. (1971: By The Chicago Tribnnc to tell you thai you have vep.T serious disease, M'hal loo many cells, Ihc count will be higher over the spleen. 'If happens thai the bone mar-1 this js the case, removing Ihc row quits forming blood ceils, spleen decrease markedly causing anemia and. in some ilie number of transfusions re- quired and event u a 11 y they may not he required at all. In oilier insiances. a large spleen mav he depressing the bone marrow's ability to form blood cells. This is a bit more difficult to determine. I must cases, insufficient amounts of white cells that ward off infec- tions, and platelets that pre- vent bleeding. In about half of the cases, no one knows what causes it. In- cluded in the long list of things amicim are chemicals, like dyes, inscc- caution yon, hnu'cvcr, that in l.icides. solvr-nis, radiation and many cases the splenn does To mak? matters JKUX' flnylhmc lo rln wild Ihc Mv on Ihr Big Bang Theory Andy sends a complete ?n- vnlnme 5cf. of I lie World p.nnk Enryclopedia lo Uavid Breidenhaclr, see 11 of Kit- by, Oklahoma, for liis ques- tion Is I he Big Bang Theory of the Universe? Our galaxy may be. called an -i island universe. The cosmos is ed with the ypos of hormone, transfusions you describe mate I lllc universc o[ therapy you have described in il essential lhat you have a all its and en_ rnmplclc Inok at I his problem1 crgy. We knoir (hat its leeming because, if your spleen is a fae-! galaxies extend al least five. more dirfiniti, IJir- anemia nisy occur "wjiihs after exposure lo agent, ?o it 's al- jnnst imposr-ible in establish a cause-snd-rffect relationship. pi-n m l.ln< o b F m ;u-e based on comments by Di far! Moore, renowned hems- tolosist from Barnes Hospital On the bright side, there are in St. Louis. Perhaps you have occasional spontaneous reir.is- j had your spleens activity eions. Some patients are help-1 c h ec ke d, but the frequent the of your lellnr. Yes. in some fen- cases the spleen is involved. This is even more likely if a person requires frequent Mood replacements. tor, it could make a great deal of difference. GOREN ON BRIDGE biUioa light years in all direc- tions. The end, if any, is no- where in sight and at present wp can probe no farther. COF- cannot prove how it that Hie cosmi'- began a single ujiit of uigredi- ents. Sometime in the remote past it exploded and all Ihe cosmic elements were created in perhaps the first half hour. The galaxies are thought to be exploded fragments, expected to expand apart forever, chang- ing as they go. The Pulsating Theory consid- ers the possibility of gravita- tional forces. Jt assumes cosmic matter exerts a that pull that acts like a brake on the expanding galaxies. It may be slowing [hem down and BV CHARLES H. GOREN rr in.- Br TN Tribtni} North- South vulnerable. North deals. NOKTB ft 5 <7 A 105' fi AQ EAST A A K Q S n g 7 s 2 0 K J 10 4 7 WEST J S .1 2 r: s f-iili .110 5 I SOUTH 10 I 7 4 W K Q .1 1 O S 7 S 4 The bidding: -Jorth Easl Sooth 1 A DMe. 1 07 Pan "7 Pass Pasi Opening lead: Nine of V Failure by West to get off to the killing spade lead against Smith's heart slam obliged East to part with the bulk of his jewels in order to avoid a fatal end play on the deal. North was a shade shy of Hie requirements for a de- mand bid [he had 22 points counting high cards and distribution and if his long suit were a major, we would favor the more aggressive course! and he opened mod- estly with one club. East made a takeout double and South chose (he somewhat unorthodox response of one heart, A response directly over a takeout double usually ihows a five card suit, but South wanted to get in a lead director in the event that West became the declarer. North reasoned that il his partner held five reasonably good say, K-J-l-x I or there should be a reasonable play (or a slam. His club suit might be expected lo provide the bali 01 Ihe tricks and the loss OD the deal confined to one spade trick. He accordingly leaped directly to six hearts. West chose lo open a trump which gave Soulh a chance. The first trick was won with the Jack of hearts and declarer cashed the king next, When West showed out il ended prospects for dis- carding his diamonds on North's long suit. He realized from East's takeout double that the latter was marked with Hie king of diamonds. The only chance left then, was to try for on end play against East. A club was led to the queen and a small club returned and trumped with the queen of hearts. A small heart put dummy in to draw the last two trumps. Tne ace and king of clubs drew West's remain- ing cards In that suit and North's long cards were cashed next. East was obliged to make four dis- cards. East's play was the ten of diamonds, followed by the queen and king of spades. As lie last club came forth from dummy. East realized that he could not afford to give up the six of spades, for if he blanked down to the ace, declarer could get out with the five of spades and East would be obliged to present North with the lasl two tricks in diamonds- East discarded the ace of spades and when the five was led from dummy, he was able to follow with the six. De- clarer's nine was covered by West's jack find Uw latter exiled with a diamond. South finessed the queen and East scored the setting trick with the king. M began, though they suggest i nay ftop Thcn (ne gravi. three likely possibilities. The utional forces might pull the Big Bang Theory suggcsls that originally all the ingredients were massed in a core and lhat Ihc Universe was born with an enormous explosion lhat sent the scattered frag- ments expanding outward, on and on forever and evermore. Stretching exercises are good for the brain, though it tends to boggle when one thinks of lire _ scope of the universe Light, j ingnidien'ts' thai change travelling al miles per I complete (heir destinies second, takes roughly 100.000 years to cross our pinwheeling pieces together again. Repeat- ed expansions and contractions would mean a pulsating uni- verse that swells and shrinks. The Steady Slalo Theory dis- cards our usual concepts of lime and space. II assumes lhat the cosmic distribution of miss energy always was and always will be the' same. It suggests lhat new ingredients are created lo replace older and galaxy of 100 billion or so stariy suns. Beyond il, the vast reaches of outer space are strewn with uncounted galaxies in various stages of develop- ment Our 200 inch telescope is limited to five billion light years. The light it gathers lelt galaxies in these outer regions five billion year's ago. And from other observations we know that things there have changed between then and now. When we look at Sirus shin- ing in our winter skies, we see i light Lhat left this star more than eight years ago. When we look at any part of the universe we arc looking back into the past Cosmologists must allow for this annoyance when they consider the destiny of Ihc uni- verse, past, and future. How- ever, telescopes, spectroscopes and other instruments provide some reliable basic clues. The three major theories of cosmic destiny agree that the galaxies are separaling from each other. The Universe seems to be ex- panding in a curved structure thai, ignores nur of time and space. We. know for sure i Ui.il its mailer and energy arc inlordianycablc and thai gal- nxics change as Ihey rush apait. The Big Dang Theory suggest The big Bang Theory and the Pulsating Theory reject the no- tion that new mass energy in- gredients are being created. This may or may not be true, in any case, the new mass- energy needed to maintain the Steady State Theory seems very small. It is computed to be equal to one hydrogen atom in each quart of space during each 500 billion years. This steady stale universe seems' more comforting thr.n the other two. Bui at present, nobody can prove any one of these cos- mic theories true or false. In the meantime, we can enjoy stretching our minds to think- about them. Questions asned by cnlldrcn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 7R5, Hunlington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Cholera toll FORT LAMY (AP) A total of 2.011 persons have died in a cholera epidemic lhat has swept Ihe central African state of Chad since May. Tliero have been reported cases of the disease, but it appears to be waning now, officials said. JOHN ANDERSON (LETHBRIDCE EAST) JOHN ANDERSON Born and raised in Southern Alberta Co-owner of the Lclhbridge Glasi Co. ltd. for 22 Member of important Social Service Clubi WanK to help Albortn maintain ill preferred economic nnd facial development policies Your Social Credit Candidate for Lelhbridae East COMMITTEE ROOMS LOCATED IN IETHBRIDGE of 441 SHOPPERS' WORLD (niBiInd by UlMindos Social Crodil Conililuoncy Anociahon SCHOOL STARTS IN THREE WEEKS.'! PANIC IN THE5TREET5! TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN AAAAAAAA6H! 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