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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBR1DGE HERAIO Ihundny, August 31, 1972 By JEANE DIXON FRIIMY. SKPT. 1 Your birthday today: Tills Is the fi'r coming lo terms with yourself, testing limitations, casting aside habits mid unproductive ac- livitics. Tmlays natives tend to be members of large fam- ilies; prudent, insightful in- dividuals. AKIKS (March 21 April of the day is taken up with mental expressions, tlio evening with emotional urges. Nothing is to be lost, (April 20 May Where you have the final say, By THE CANADIAN TRESS Aug. 31, 1372 The Federation of Malaya entered the British Com- monwealth 15 years ago to- an inde- pendent nation. The federa- tion, made up of nine Malay states and the British settle- ments of Per.ang and Ma- lacca, won self-government despite a political and mVii- tary crisis spurred by Com- munist guerrilla bands oper- ating since the end of the Second World War. won inde- pendence. Bourassa, French-Canadian national- ist, died. Field Marshal Erwin Rommel launched his last African offensive of the Second World War when he attacked Allied forces at El Alamein- holding-point. first pro foot- ball game was played at La- Lrobe, Pa. Island for- bade sale of liquor to Indi- ans. iclluni; material is a problem, iul where loved ones are in- your budget is con- used. CiKMlNI (May 21 June 20V. to be resistant to both di pressure ami soft sales jitches you have them com- ng at you from all sides. CAN'CEll (June 21- July hvestigation reveals hidden de- ails in your work, fills your day vith special satisfactnn. vindi- of some of your ideas. LEO (.July 23 Aug. off steam in some constructive >r barlmess way, not in fast ravel. The news of the day in- cludes items of much interest. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sciit. Circumstances cim1.- ilex, you are over scheduled, so cancel or postpone some ae- ivities. Home conditions arc niporlant. LIDEIA (Sept. 13 Oct. You are readily involved in so- cial activities without m u c h thought about you'- budge. Ca- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Facelift doesn't always help WE AW NOT HAVE WON ANY GAMES, BUT [OE HAP GREAT TIMES, WON'T WE 750LONS... I'LL 5te W A6AIN NEXT YEAR.. Y Doar 1'r. l.amfo I am a career woman in my GOs and Ihink that a facelift might help me in my work. Would you please explain a little bit about this operation, such as the amount of time one must be away from work and the re- sults, the dangers at this age, the length of the operation and any oilier information you might have? Dear Reader Whether or not a person should have a facelift is an individual matter. Tiie best reason for having ore is pure vauty because a person, wants lo look bettor. Itl cur Kge-conscious socic'y it's a'.so helpful to some people hi business and professions which place a premium on youth. One of the problems of facelifts is some of them turn out perma- nent improvements current com- mitments ar elikely to suffer an interruption. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Keep talking, encourage the other fellow to keep talking, get the main issues into the open so you may reach agree- ment. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Seek better information on work methods or business op- portunity. Try a fresh approach to chronic trouble points. Stay busy. AGUAH1US (Jan. 20-Felj. Now it turns out some of your friends have taken your theories literally and arc doing things that may upset you, Be gen- erous. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mach Older people may claim more of your time tha-. is conveni- ent. Speculative ventures need to be checked before you act on them. 1UJ2 By The Chicago Tribune GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN o Br TIM CMma North -South vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A AK62 V 0 A 10 7J AJS WEST EAST 4951 AQJ74 WJ732 Pass Opening lead: King of O Yesterday we presented a hand taken from Italy's qualifying round victory aver 4he defending world champion Dallas Aces dur- ing the Olympiad held in Mi- ami Beach in June. Today we have another hand where the Blue Team bid aggres- sively with Jhe North-South holding to arrive at six clubs whereas its American coun- terparts settled for a game. Garozzo and Forquet were 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] in "which an opening bid of one club promises at least 16 high card points. One heart 5s a natural response show- ing at least 8 points and a five card suit. Garozzo's 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 one-, rorqual's next call c! two hearts designated four con- trols, This could be either two aces, or one ace and two kings. Garozzo had BO difficulty in placing his part' with the latter holding since he held three aces and1 one king himself. The bid- ding now followed a natural course, and, when South' bid and rebid clubs to show a second five card suit, 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 Eouth's. three side losers. Since the latter had presumably shown the ace- Icing of hearts and the king ol clubs, North's doublelon heart and three clubs head- ed by the ace-jack offered a reasonable chance for estab- lishment of ibe hearts with- out losing more than ens trick, provided the adverse cards were not divided unfa- vorably. Garozzo took the aggressive course and jumped to six clubs. Because of the artificial one club bid, North became the declarer. The king of diamonds was led and North's ace won the first trick. A heart was led to the aca and a spade put dum- my in again to piay another j heart. South covered East's queen with ths king and led a third round, which he ruffed with the nine of clubs. East overruffed with the ten End returned Ibe queen of Spades to North's king. The ace of clubs then was cashed as small cards ap- peared, and a diamond ruff put South in to play a fourth, 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 Vang of clubs now picked up both the queen and eight. South was left with a good club and the established ten of hearts. Tha vulnerable slam was worth points to Italy. At the other table, the Americans stopped at three BO trump on the NoruVSf'Mih 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. Tha net swing to the Dlue Team was 710 points. kin. The Iwdy will still be the ame age. Nevertheless, if it mprovcs a person's appear- iyje anil he is pleased with liis change, it may affect his icrsonality favorably. Older in- lividuals who aro still full of ife and think young an; some- imes handicapped by a dcercp- t lool; of old age caused by the vrinkling and casing of the ace. For these people a face- ift is often beneficial. Not all faces aru improved by such surgery. In general a face that sags or in 'olds is apt to be improved, vhercas a face that has a lot if fine wrinkles, particularly .hose running up and down the lace, is not so apt to be im- )roved. There are several different techniques for a facelift. In gen- eral I think the tccluuQue that removes the skin next to Hie hairline without pulling the hair back is the best. If the distance between the hairline, and Ihc eyes, mouth and nose is changed by pulling the scalp back, it changes Ihc appear- ance of Iho face, making it larger in proportion to the hairline. Also this limits the number of facelifts that can be done or the amount of skin that can be removed. I In general facelifts arc not dangerous. They are sometimes mildly uncomfortable. How long it takes a person lo re- cover depends on how exten- sive the facelift is. If it's jiist the lower face, not involving work around the eyes, the face will look rather well within two weeks. A woman can use cos- metics and, by the way she ar- ranges her hair, literally scure the incision marks. The [ace will retain some excessive swelling, however, which will give it a fatler appearance for Ihrco to six months. The feel- ing that your face is really vour own again will not occur for as long as one year after the surgery. If surgery is done on the lower eyelids to remove the bags under the eyes, the eyelids may not regain their normal function for at least three months and sometimes nearly n year. The tlu'ng for your lo do is to have a consultation with a plastic surgeon who does cos- metic surgery. Your family physician may be able to find one for you or, if for one reason or another you don't wish to do it that way, you can request helo from the county medical society. TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan YOU KMCW YOU'RE A LAZY, SHIFTLESS SAPPLE- TKAMP WITH NO THAT POES IT! BOYJ'LAZYteH! "NO A I lit t AM91TION7EH! IU SHOW VA! I'U BLONDlE-By Chic Young BUMSTEAD, YOU'RE FIREO.' I'M PEO UP WiTM VCU.'i srupio _ I'M JiliWll I WAS WR-OWGj 1 TO PROVE IT 7 I'M GIVING YOU A RAISE AND J iifii BEETIE BAILEY-By Walker Itchy question Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dent Encyclopedia to Nan Holderfield, age 11, of Bowl- Green, Kentucky, for her question: How can you tell poison Jvy and poison oak? The several species of poison oak and poison ivy belong to the same genus of the some plant family. When you learn lo recognize one of them, it is not a big problem to spot the others. It is not easy lo banish them from your neighborhood. Hence, it is wise to learn what they look like and where to ex- pect them before you take to exploring the summer scenery. If they catch you unawares, a brush of a leaf can make you miserable for weeks. r Almost every young person In North American has had brush with one of the poison ivies or poison oaks. But as a rule this does not teach us which plant to beware of in the future. They do not whack us on the spot, like an honest iramhle bush, The itchy Mis- ers they cause do not appear "or several hours or maybe :lays, by which time we have :orgptlen where we met the hostile plants and what they looked like. Our best protection is ad- vance notice. Be prepared to spot them in the woods ant along the waysides, in mead ows and even on poor waste- lands where few other plants can grow. Their greenery look.' handsome and extra-healthy perhaps because their waxy leaves are bright and glossy But when you know what's what, these hostile plants are betrayed by those daint [caves. AH the poison oaks ani ivies have leaves that grow in triplets. One leaflet is at the top nf a slender stem, the othc two are just below it on oppo site sides of the stem. Poison ivy leave.s have point ed tips; poison oak leaves havi blunter tips and wavier edges Both sprout creeper-type foli age on long, slender vines. Thi poison, ivies may crawl ovc the ground, twine around tree, or use clinging rootlets on the gOILEP y TtteSE FAT- LIvtR AMP I SVATCllER'S DIETS SMAU1EP JDSTVsMAT I Y'KNOW, IF YOU OV6EPO THE IT SOUNDS SARCASM 111 ABNER-By Al Capp undersides of their stalks lo Irajie themselves over fences. Though they prefer to grow as wining vines, when they have nothing to cling to they often lecomo waxy green sprawling lushes. The poison oaks usually are bushes with shorter vine stems. n both types. 'nc sprouting spring leaves are tinged with red. In fall they display vivid orange-red colors, and the clusters of small winter berries are pasty white. The tufts of tiny greenish flowers are hid- den among the summer leaves, All these hostile plants manu- 'acture urushoil oil in the cells of their leaves and stems, flow- ers and berries and even in the nark of their main branches. This is the poisonous chemical [bat causes the skin to erupt in itchy blisters, followed by In- flamed swelling. The poisonous oil clings to Ihe bare skin when you merely brush a leaf or any other port of the plant. It clings lo cloth- ing, shoes and furry pets. When you accidentally contact the stuff, scrub the skin with strong laundry soap and rinse several times. Wash your clothes and clean your shoes. When you know how to recognize these enemy plants, refuse to touch any part of them and avoid touching anything else lhat touches them. Questions by chlTrticn of Herald readers should he mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, fluntington Beac'a, California 32818. CCopyrjghl Chronicle Publishing to. 1972) AM'THEM HE FEOITTOTH TH'PLAYMOWEY? SI-O' DIDVO'FIND 1 IT COME IN TH'fJOMOLE HAMCfV O'MONEY AH LEFT I )j, ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WHAT'S WRONSYIOPEN IT SOUNDS Hi AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal OFFICER SLAIN MONTEVIDEO fAPj A j Tupamaro guerrilla shot to death an army lieutenant .Satur- day, Uruguayan authorities re- ported. Tho officer was the Mth person killed since the police and armed forces began joint operations against the leftist guerrillas last April. Author- ities also announced the arrest of four guerrillas. LIFE ON THE J-lAZY-S-By T. H. Edwordj BUGS BUNNY VOU WEREWT HERE WHEN I ARRIVEPT'FIX THAT DOOR VA SA1P WAS STICKIM' SHUT! 35 ;