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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LE7HBRIDGE HERAID WcdnoicJtiy, AuguU 30, Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, Al'O. 31 Your birthday today: Sta- bility Is achieved more read- ily [iy eagerly coping with obstacles and limitations, taking nothing for granted. Today's natives enjoy tall tales' travel, will relish this year's experience. AHIKS (March 21-Aprll It seems that others are their agreement with your plans depends on letting them work things out at their own pace. TAURUS (April 20-Majr in history The Dawes Plan for rear- rangement of Germany's reparations payments went into effect 48 years ago the same time as Germany set up a new currency system, liie new reiclismark was fixed at old worthless marks. Inflation of late 1023 nearly mined the countly and wiped out thousands of bank accounts ss the government printed paper money by the bushel to try to meet needs. A newspaper cost 200-billion marks, which by pre-war values would have been billion. 1331--A 52-day strike at the Holiinger gold mine near Timmins, Ont., for higher wages and dues checkoffs ended. 1947-Nir.ety were killed and another 60 injured in a theatre fire in a Paris sub- urb. 189 Frederick Newton Gisborne, a pioneer in the development of telegraphy in America, died in Ottawa, otliiig well enough alone gain, is n fine art likewise elplng collect the scatter of csterday's errors without add- ng more. GEMINI (May 21-Jimc The closer the relation, the 101-6 likely your plans Invite Seek no favors, sk no special obligations to- lay. CANCER (June 21-July Select activities needing no de- ailed co operation or consul- ation, go it alone. Give peoplo break from your sensitivity. LEO (July 23 Aug. Lu- ng beyond your means is ashionable, almost unavoid- able. Leave friends out of fi- nances so that you still havo both later. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Take a long hard look at your ife, what you are doing and banning to do, your friend? and where your relationships are'leading. I.mnA (Sept. 23 Oct. oing ahead with already ihriving projects can be re- warding, particularly if you find problems. New ventures run into trouble. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. There's just enough resistance now to make progress interest ing challenging S w e e p 1 ng changes are beyond today's scope, SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Going directly to the poin may be more accurate, bu likely to precipitate refusals or denials. Bide your time. CAPRICORN (Dec. 2Z Jan The balance between your needs and what you must do ti cope with the needs of people near you may be difficult tc find. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Any flaw in your planninL shows with no time left for cor rective moves. You attrac1 criticism regardless of issues. PISCES (Feb. 18-March 20) Now is a prime time for con flict those with mates hav it near at hand, those alon have not far to go to find it. 1872 By The Chicago Tribune GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN e im Br TEM cWma TrftiM Nor th -South vulnerable. North deals. NORTH AK62 VA3 O AH 71 EAST A Q.I7J O K Q 9 5 4 lose WEST O J 8 SOUTH A IDS 6 The bidding: North East Sooth Wert 1 Pass 1 Pass 1 NT 2 V Pais 2 NT Pass Past 3 O Pass 4 6 Pas: 'Past Pass Opening lead: King of 0 Yesterday vre presented a hind taken from Italy's qualifying round victory ever 4he defending world champion Dallas Aces dur- ing the Olympiad held in Mi- amtoBeacli in June. Today we have another hand whera the Blue Team bid aggres- sively with the North-South fcolding to arrive at six clubs whereas its American coun-; terparts settled for a game. Garozzo and Forquet wera playing their own version of the Precision Club [a sum- mary of which 1s presented in the latest enlarged edition of Goren's Bridge Complete! Sn which an opening bid of one club promises at least 16 Ugh card poinla. One hearl 5s a natural response show- ing at least 8 points and a five card cult, Garono'e re- bid of one no trump Is a specialized call which, in their methods, asks partner to show the number of con- trols he has. Aces are count- ed as two controls; kings as ona. FoiqUEt's next Call (it two hearts designated four con- trols. This could be either two aces, or one ace and kings. Garozzo had no difficulty in placing hia part- ner with Uio lalier holding, since he held three aces and one king himself. The bid- ding row followed a natural course, and, when South' btd and rebid clubs to show a eecond five card cult, Garoz- zo was in position to evalu- ate his own hand accurately. The ace-king of spades and ace of diamonds would take care of Smith's, three sida losers. Since the latter had presumably shown the see- king of hearts and the king o] clubs, North's doubleton .heart and three clubs head- ed by the ace-jack offered a reasonable chance for estab- lishment of the hearts with- out losing more than one trick, provided the adverse cards were not divided vorably. Garozzo took the aggressive course and lumped to Fix clubs. Because of the artificial one club bid, North became the declarer. The king oE diamonds was led and North's ace won the first trick. A heart wa.s led to the aca and a spade put dum- my in again to play another heart. South covered East's queen with the king and led a third round, which ho rutfed with the nine of cluhs. East overruffed with the ten and returned the queen of Spades to North's king. The ace of clubs then wa.i rashed as small cards ap- peared, and a diamond ruff put South in to play a fourtfi heart. He ruffed West's jack with the jack of clubs; and, fortunately for him, East was unable to overruff. An- other diamond was trumped In the dummy and tho king of clubs now up both the queen and eight. South was left B good club and the established ten of hearts. The vulnerable slam was worth to Italy. At the other table, tho Americana stopped at threo ito trump on the cards and when the club fi- nesse succeeded and the suit divided favorably, declarer had 10 tricks and a score of 630 points on the deal. Tho net swing to the Blue Team was 740 points. ON THE J-lAZY-S-By T, H. Edwards Dear Dr. would te some information on lying n woman's tubes. I had Ihis me about seven years ngo and would like to have more hildren now. Can they be lin- ed. I had about a 15-minutc reration. I havo had trouble ith my stomach every since had tliis done, hut every doc- tr I go to tells me I am eallhy. I was too young to Ihis one, only 17 years old. I only avo ono child and I am now married. Dear Render Some special- its in female- problems (gj'iie- ologists) do reconnect the ubes. Varied success is report- -d, but even in llw of circumstances you would have nly about one chance in four f a successful operation and he ability to get pregnant. Still liat is better than no chance. >ee your obstetrician and ask im to help you get the opera- ion. Sterilization operations hould be considered as perm- anent and no woman should lave one unless slic is absol- utely sure sho doesn't want any more children. You are right that 17 is too young for Ihis operation, in most circum- The same tiling applies o men who have their lubes tied Dear Dr. Lamb Some years ago, my doctor started me taking two thyroid pills a day and told me 1 would have o take them tho rest of my life. At that time 1 had tests to prove I needed them. I have continued taking them and feel fine, but other mem- bers of my family insist that I LAWRENCE E. LAMB. M. D. i Sterilization surgery usually is permanent shouldn't cor.liimc without liav- more tesls to prove I need hem. Do yon think I should lave a test or believe my doc- tor ar.d just continue Inking Lhcm? Dear Header Your letter doesn't suggest iliru members o! your family have a medical degree. If they do not, they are Incompetent in this area and no matter well meaning they are, the end result K tlrat they are meddlesome busy I ics. Your letter suggests that you are seeing a doctor for this problem, and if he thought you needed a new test he would have one done. The fact that, you feel line and are doing well suggests that lie must be doing something right. Perhaps thai is why you are paying him. A small amour.', of thyroid, even ill a person with abnormal thyroid gland, usually will not cause any liarm. The normal thyroid gland Just produces less hormone to balance things out. Dear Dr. Lamb Would you kindly explain what bilateral ivsphrpptosis is and tell me if anything can done to relieve the pain. Dear Reader A fancy name for dropped kidneys. When a person v.ilh this prob- lem stands upright, tlic kidneys fall, kinking the ureter tube that drains the kidney and caus- ing pain. If 'Jie condition is ser- ious and causing symptoms, it is sometimes necessary Ui havo an operation to tack the kidney in place so it won't fall. If the condition is not causing symptoms it Is often left alone. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) The great redwoods Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Arm- ando Leigh, age II, of San Francisco, California, for his question: How high Is a full-grown red- wood? When you live In San Fran- cisco, you can take an after- noon drive to Muir Woods. There you cari walk in a grove of tall redwoods and let them steal all your troubles away. It took them or perhaps 000 years or more to reach their stately heights. And some- how, in their own serene way, they seem to insist on letting us know that their world of Nature is peaceable and very patient. The California redwood grows taller than the giant red- wood, and it takes less time to reach its full height. Thousands of these great trees still tower on the misty slopes by the Pa- cific Ocean, and far from all o[ them have been measured. So far as we know, the giant of giants towers 3W 'A feet tall, though dozens of others stand 250 to 300 feet or more. From ground levet, their enormous trunks seem to reach up and Bridge results L el h bridge Duplicate Eridga Club TJiunday Night D.B.C. Aug. 10 N.S. 1. Rdts David Mlronf 1. R. Et. Jurkovltfif 3. D. Terry E. W. 1. A, K Ireef, W. S c h mid; J E. Goodman, B. C. 3. H. FoiSi W Thursday Might O.B.C. Aug. 17. N.S. 1. C. SutHlkafr 3. R. Mrazek, W. L, Waters; 3. 'Wil-na Winter, R. E.W. 1. K. 1. D. Michaelis, '.V. Zumslein; 3. and B. Million Thursday NlgM D.B.C, Aug. 71, N.S. I- O. B. EJcntien, G. Santa; J. B flilSSWl, e. Fox; 3, 0. L. 1, R, Santa, J P. Preaiv.huV, 3. Mr arxj Vr ow YOUR WAY Qpr A-i HOME i L J THAT'S E E COOKIK'G NOW- VOL) HOWE BEETIE BAIlEY-By Mort Walker BUT YOUR AU-- TWE 6USATE5T CASSEU01E NVA5 ON Atf BlRUlPAV IN 1151.' WM.' MINT WITH I CAN STIIL TASTE up, tapering to touch the sky with a dainty spiko of pale, yellowish greenery. So far DS know, the Cal- fornia redwood is the la-llest rco in the world. Yet its life story begins with a tiny seer] ncrcly 1-16 of ail inch wide. It formed with half a dozen other seeds inside a one inch cone like a round, rough, brown ball. Our lucky seed fell to tho moist, spongy ground in a for- est of giant ancestors per- haps when Caesar's legions were tramping across Europe. For several centuries it strove :o grow its first few inches. It looked like a skinny little pale green Christmas tree, with tiny branches brushing the ground. After about five centuries it grew faster and shed the lower iiranches from it.s trunk. A thousand years ago, perhaps the whispering winds in its leafy needles reported the voy- ages of fxHf Ericson. Rut llio young giant paid no attention to gossip about human history. It was years old and al- ready reaching for a height of 200 feet. The centuries passed, the Lib- erty Bell rang and cracked. The redwood tree became an adult in the serene forest of it.s an- cestors. The gi ant grew 300 feet tall and if it was the giant of known giants, H added another foot to its height, All this time tangy resins in its rosy red revolted tho attacks of ir, sects, Its very special wood re- sisted burning, and even foresl fires were no threat to the peaceful redwood grove. 'Ilien at last the serene for- ests of venerable trcrrs threatened hy man. Their handsome wood proved to a durable building material, and for several decades the won- j drous forests were felled with- mercy. Now largo areas arc protected hy law. cjueslluns. a.s'hefi Ii7 of Herald should hi mailed to Ask Andy. P.O. 755, Huniinglon Rcacii, California 02018. (Copyright Chroniclo Publishing Co. 1972) 111 ABNER-By Al Cnpp TM'MOOSEUM GOTTHAR J 'AH is COM IN' SKULL, AM' fc BACK.HAPPV AH LEFT HOME ARCHIE-By Bob Montana 13 IT GOING 8CAROIN GOT T'BATTEN DOWN EVERY- THINS.'.. PER TH' Bl.Ort.1 HURRICANE HARRIET'S J ..RIGHT UP TH' IN THE 7EHT TODAY.' HI AND LOIS-By Dlk Browno I'M SORRY, SHE'S OUT. CAN I TAKE A TAKE 'HCW DO I LOVE THEE? LETT MS COUNT THE WAYS.. TKY'HAIRISLIKE STRANDS OF eOLPEN RAYS. THY LIPS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol BUGS BUNNY THERE'S ANOTHER. DIME YA'VE MOOCHEP I OFF ME FEB A SAUCER OUST REMEMBER, IT'S HARO-WOKKIW'CLUCKS VXZME WHO SUPPORT BUMS LIKE VOU! WCU., HAVEWTVA GOT ANYTHING V) HAVE yOL) EVER THOUSHt) OP BECOM1WG AM ;