Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
32 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wedneidoi', August 35, 1971------ Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TIIIT.SIIAY. AUG. Your liirdulay today: Spe- cializalion is your upward i path now. Ymi must select a definite line cf action and more or less Mcik wilh it, im- i proving your skills as you go. Bel credit, loo. Social activity expands, bringing along with it a broader field for lhe pursuit of romantic and senlimenlal interests, wilh less pressure. Today's natives ;irc aslute peopb watchers, but seldom say much a bout (heir keen observations. AIIIKS (March 21 April J ll's >tmr energy fiat tiM-ns Ihc wheels today. Accept lhe responsibility bill mr.ke enough fuss aboul it lo enough, lhe disparities and breaks of roulines and old ha- bits can be quite a circus of fun. I (.Illllr. 21 July Personal relations are complex ;il best, particularly where deep emotional attachments Assume the finest lems possible arc all complex, admitting of no simple solu- tions. SARITTAltlUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Good listening ami the1 ex- perience of your older fellow workers stand you in good stead, In purely creative cn- iiio-; dcavors, you're slrictly on your own, as usual. CAl'HICOIlN 22 .Ian. lilt: Property 2nd personal in- TAUIIL'S (April 211 May Anything you do lo reduce i risks and costs is worthy of Hives. carcfid thought what seems. Mil) Uuiv Aug. a minor economy may tiling Sot1 cbody near you hns the extensive repercussions. experience and wisdom to show tercsls come to sharp focus GEMIM (May 21 June j .vnu where to gel hold of spe-! and you possibly decide lo go can gel a vacalion on cial opportunity in present cir-1 il alone on some long-term vcn- cumslanccs. lure. VlltGO (Aug. 2il Sepl. comes unearned these days. What you do get reflects what you've been projecting for several weeks. LIBRA (Sepl. Oct. Those nearest you need and probably demand all your at- If yji! holiday mood going early I LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Sc.uly skin spots should be trailed Icntion. Some of this corrects an imbalance and is overdue. SCORPIO (Oct. 2 3- Nov. Thirk before you move or re- act lo provocation, as the prob AQUARIUS (Jim. 20 Fell. 7'he needs of Ihose near you tend to claim much of your lime and atlenLioii. Family af- fairs are full of change, pi haps tension. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mardl Economy backfires, as it so often does. Sharing of risk and know-how becomes more rea- sonable as experience (eadies unevenly. (1971: Ily The Chicago Tribune) Dear l.anil) Would you please wrile about senile kera- tosis. What causes them? If trtey are not treated will they be- come malignant? What treat- ment is recommended9 Dear Header These are scalv round or oval spots (bat develop on the surface of the skin. They occur most oflcn on the face, back of lhe hands and I be treated like on His scalp. They can also oc- and may require Yes, if not treated they can become malignant. They will nol go away without treatment but Ihi'y are easily removed There arc a number of salves that remove lhe spots by a "chemical burn." I think all of Ihese should be seen by a doe- tor and removed. If it is already malignant then it musl j skin cancer surgical ex- read that cur on the Irunk of the body, cision. They can a brown, gray or yellowish scablike appear- i Dear Dr. Larali 1 ancc. The scab covers an area i your article which said of skin where Hie oily skin I acne sc; glands have been particularly went t tioublcsomc. Apparently the he told me he could not help skin of some people is in- me because I have dark skin, herentlv more susceptible to and if he sanded my face it; these than in o.her, would leave marks on my face I The chaniclcnstic of lhe skin Can you help me' I just don t js inside lhe is probably more important' feet ngnl llus way. Uian age since they can occur Dear Reader I have an- even in younger years. S o m f swered your Idler because Andy sends a complete 20- vohime set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Suellen Re- her. age 10, of Omaha, Ne- braska, for her question: Whal arr Ilic tonsils for? Some people Ihink that lhe sillcclomy. This rather simple operation may seem like a nui- scars can be removed I ilollsils are bllt trouble sauce. But it'removes tlie hopc- o a" plastic surgeon and makel's- Mosl ttlese samc Icssly infected palatine tonsils. T i i ,_ i ..trash discosal as a dirlv kind Dipii- Huiine anH duties and things are back to normal. TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RVAN BATTING- A WON'T YOU JOIN ME? BLONDIE-By Chic Young HURRY, DASW30D I (NVITEP THE SNUBLEVB FOR CHANCE INTO YOUR V EVENINS CLO7HBS- BECAUSE I'M AFRAID THEY'LL GET DRESSED UP TO IMPRESS BEtTLE BAItEY-By Mart Walker skin specialists now simply call! it points up an important prob- them kcraloMS. omitting the j lein in removing sears from term senile i possibly because i acne. The process works best some skin specialists also had in very light-skinned people. them and didn't care for the i The removal of a layer of skin designation o[ They are j gives it a lighter pink color more frequent in middle age i which makes it very noticeable and beyond. i in individuals with any appre- A of generations ago, a great many children had their tonsils removed at the rirst mai b ls Very often Ilic scab appears where the skin has been in- jiu'cd, such as from a razor ciable amount of pigment in their geon skin. A good plastic sur- can tell reate malcrials. T li c tonsils are born germ fighters and when they over- work, they tr.ay become in- fected wilh troublesome waste materials. You can see your tonsils if you open your moulb wide and use a mirror lo look down vour sign of infection. At that time, infected tonsils did not have much chance lo recover. Then the wcnder drugs were discovered and they help the lymphocyte soldier cells in their germ warfare. Nowadays the.s'e wonder drugs can cure most cases of tonsillitis. Doc- tors remove the palatine tonsils only in hopeless cases, to slop you on an throat. They are fleshy little repeated infections. This gives nick, txposurc of lhe skin to I dividual basis if you can get bumps, one on caeh side at the the healthy tonsils in the "nose sun and wind contributes to the! improvement or not. I suspect, back ol your tongue. These Iwo and throat a better chance to development of kcralosis. That the doctor you seen knew (arc the palatine tonsils, the Column YORK (API Thinps a columnisl niipht never now if he didn'l open his mail: Chess is wife's income equals thai of her husband? Idiosyncracy: Tlic Spanish l a malt1 sliong- explorer Balboa a man of hold. Tins intellectual game has about SO million players throughout (he world, of whom only an estimated Iwo per ce n women. Menial illnesses have be- come a leading cause students dmp out of college before gnirliuiLinc. Ynu may not be slotting donn. buL Iho earth is. If its spinning rale continues to de- cline at lhe present rate, some scientists say, we will have a 25-hour a mere l.fl million centuries or so. One of thr reported differ- ences between men and women is that women lie about their ape, men about their incomes. Will this still be true the average i strong prejudices. He disliked lawyers so much lhat for 10 years he successfully kept them out of the West Indies. Some ice cube: If we run out of drinking water, we may have lo find a way to melt part of the South Pole's ice cap. It contains 80 per cent of the world's supply nf natural [rcsb walcr. says the National Geographic Sbcicly of the United States. Household hint: To keep your bathroom mirrors from steaming up, rub them wilh j glycerine from time lo time, j SPECIAL WATER I Boltlcs ol Vichy water arc served in ice buckets in Paris [restaurants with all the ccre- i ninny accorded champagne. I fcclcd willi enemy perms. But yon have other tonsils at the 1 back of your nose and farther down your throat. Sometimes the pharyncal tonsils at the back cf the nose swell up with infection and block the brealb- j ing passages. When (his hap- pens we call them adenoids. All of lire tonsils work with '.be body's lymphatic system. This is a network of tunnels, duels and waterways, some- what like the blood circulation system. The circulating lymph is a watery fluid rather like Ilic pale ualery plas- ma lhat carries Ihc floating red blood cells. The lymph cam- on the body's warfare is why they aie most frequent-1 what he was talking aboul and! pair mosl likely lo become in- againsl invading germs. Jy noted on the hands and face. I gave you good advice. WHAT'S WEON6 WITH YOUR CAP, LT. FLAP? CAPT. CAM I BORROVV JEEP fOF. MY PATE? Ill ABNER-By Al Cnpp Andy sends a World Eocik Alias, lo Daniel Elhicr, jgc 13, of St. Taul, Minnesota, for Jli.S IJLll'.SlioJK Where do AU- fjcl (lie clement mercury? For some secret reason, this is a most popular question. Perhaps Ibis is because mer- cury is such an unusual ele- ment. It ivoukf seem rather strange to find a pool of this Uquid melal here and there in the ground. Actually, such sil- very pools do net exist on lhe earth, altliaugh a few globules nf liquid mercury arc found in IlL CRUELLY MISS A' WEEK-BUT I AM' STILL CITIZEN I WILL SAVE THIS CITY ITS MOW IF I WERE A CRIMINAL CHIPPENDALE CHAIR- -BUT AS H It COULD A MORRIS CHAIR? f BEANY A ROCKER'-A r SEAT: ARCHIE-By Bob Montana tern has several wads" of'tissues lhc ccrtal" Pure that teem with tiny war- (ends lo form droplets rior cells. So m e of these. :lm( -'''ms in porous army stations are lonsils. Their covllles lempera- sohdcrs attack and destroy in- vading bacteria and fight day and nigh( (o prevent enemy germs from spreading through- out Ihc body. Many enemy perms enter with liie air we breathe. Good- GOREN ON BRIDGE I ness laiovvs bow many would get through if the various ton- sils did nol stop them, lint sometimes the invading army is loo strong and the various lonsils cannot dispose of all ihc germs. They do their best, but the teeming germs gel out ol BY CHARLES H. GOREN 19n: Bl Thf Chicno Trlbutll vulnerable. Norlh deals NORTH A 72 r; A Q 9 7 0 K 3 2 A J 4 1 WEST EAST A A Q 10 S 1 btH <3T. V .1 f 5 3 0 J 10 c 0 9 8 7 1 4 q in 17.1 K e sni (1! KM s i t; K in s 4 1 5 An.l The. bidding: North East iionlh Wesl 1 I'a.ss I A Tass 1 NT Pass Z tf Pasi 3 <7 Pass O Dble. PflGH Pass Pasi Opening lead: Jack of o An imaginative and enter- prising double by West of Soulh's four heart bid led to a considerably augmented prof- il nn Ilic dcnl for lhe W'csl paid close heed to Ihc calls as lhe auction progressed. North's rebid of one no trump announced a minimum opening bid. Soulh's rebid of hearts is alsc limited, since he must jump in hearts over one no trump, if he wanls to uncon- ditionally force his partner to bid ngnin. Since hearts had been b i d secondarily by South, and West held a fiinglelon himself, there was a good clianco that tho op- ponents were four-four and that East had four I rumps. It ivas clear that Norlh and South had little ID spare for their game attempt, so West decided to double for penal- lies. His in (o be well placed. The jack of diamonds was opened and the king was put up from the North hand to lead a spade. Sou h played lhe jr.ck, losing to West's queen. The latler returned the ten of diamonds lo dislodge declarer's ace. A ciiiii was led lo Ihc ace In ploy another ttaiif. When East followed lhe four. South put in the to West's len. A club put East in with the king and lhe lalter cashed the queen of diamonds for the selling trick, on which West discarded a spade. A fourth round of diamonds was re- turned and ruffed by South as West and North discarded clubs. Declarer had menially consigned West with four [rumps as part of the values for his penally douMe. Hn Ird lhe eight of hearts to dum- my's queen in order lo ruff out the remaming cluh. When East showed out, South could safely trump with tho ten of hearts. He cashed the kin? next, but when West showed out, it revealed that East's of hearto was securely piaccrf behind ace am) Iho defense scored an- olhcr trick in trumps lo register a 500 point profit on the deal. lures pri below minus 40 de- grees Fahrenheit Mercury makes up less than per call of Ihe earth's crusl. wi.ich makes il rather riiie. Almost all of il is jom- hined Milh oilier elements in more than M fi'ifferenf miner- als. The best of these ores is rusly i rd cinnabar, or mer- curic sulfidc and worthwhile cinnabar yields ten pounds of mercury per ton. The ore is roasted in hot air. This drives off the sulphur, which com- control. The lonsils Ihemsclves ibincs mlh and forms become infected and the victor- fumos- "c hnvc cinnabar ric- ious cncim spreads on through m California and Orc- fbe whole body. Wht'n the palatine lonsils arc infected, (he patient goes doi'.'ti wilh nn attack of tonsillilis. If f.rom ricn cinnabar deposits in 1 Ihe enemy germs damage the tissues, they may live on for a time. Then the palatine tonsih become pockcis of in- fection and Ihe original .sick- ness may spread Ihroiigb the body again ana' again. When this happens. Ilic doctor de- cides thai it is time for a Ion gon, Texas and Arkansas bill not enough. Most of Ihc world's mercury supply comes Spam Questions asked uy cnlldren of Herald readers should bR mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 705, Hunlinglon Beacli, California jcn-m. HOW DO YOU rr A BIRD'S CAME OUT OF A fan! LET'S PUT IT BACKUP IN A THAT'S I HOW wouu SOME LIKE 11 BUILD THEM S IF I MOVED IN THE VDURTREE .EOOWN IT'S AN ORIOLE'S IT SAYS'MADE IN ON THE BOTTOM.' HI AND LOIS-By Dih Browno FOR GOSH YOU'RE ROCKING THE is rr.REAUy SHAKING, DAD, OR ARE YOU JUST I SAVINS THAT TO MAKE V WE FEEU6OOD? SHORT RIBS-By frank O'Neol .1 CANNOT RESIST VOUR CHARMS LET -Rsce AWAY FROM ALL OF THIS. BUGS BUNNY GRAY, DICK PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE THE BEST MAN FOR LETHBRIDGE WEST Auiliomcd by THE DICK CRAY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE I'VE BESW REAL BUSVII CLEANED UP MV ROOM AN'FUTALL. MV TOVS AWAVl THEM I TOOK A BATH AN' PUT ON CLEAJO CLOTHES!