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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THl IETHBRIDGE HERALD Fridoy, Detember 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON ales. t'5e the char.ce to get a complete renew your assets. TAURUS (April 20-May 20' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 Your birthday today: Ev- erything that comes to mind has an extra meaning. Rela- tionships are busy, and are much cn-oyed. Today's na- tives are'natural politicians, b o i s o ni under influences such as develop. ARIES (March 21-April Refrain from pushiss your own r.r.ural anxiety. Some stren- 1 or nous exertion is iri2vitable under current conditions. j CANCER (June 21 July Your feelings are accessible to There's no course open but to all: have no illusion about hid- a step at a time, talk over in serene calm all differ- and there rnu5t be 1 GEMINI (May 21 June j Make constructive use of: ng them. Creative verts short tempers. activity the needed make this weekend. co-operation to L very enjoyable LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Anti'bwtics won't cure cold LEO (July 23 Aug. You attract heat, both tempera- men'.al and symbolic. It is a time for some hard clearing out hazard- ous conditions at home. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Practicality returns to prac- >'ou get at- I fairs ail tidy again. Pick up yes- i tsrday'5 ends. j LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. I Your money stirs in your pock- ets: it's all too easy to disperse j far too much of it. Speculation Is tempting. I SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Keeping your demands moder- I ate and sensible will get you all SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Any effort at secret deals pops right open for all to see, _______________ so there is no point in even an Tom K. Ryan itdirect approach. CAPRICORN' (Dec. 22 Jan. In striving to get your work going smoothly, be tactful, tol- erant of friends' efforts to be helpful. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. 181: Your plans are apt to run collision course with those of somebody else, perhaps some- one you do not know well. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Remember that what seems an irritant now could be worse or better, is likely nothing for last- ing concern. (1S72 By The Chicago Tribune) Dear Dr. Lsmb Each win-] Bear Dr, Lamb I am 14 throat after another. My prob- j jitel js' possible lem is that I cannot take an j tp receive a hormone from :he antibiotic to clear up the sore pituitary that would help me throat I have a readier: and1 grow some more. I heard about it in my science class. Ask Andy BLONDK-By Chic Your.g break ou: for dsys. My doctor has teen givii-? rne ami-j the last year and a haif and has tried new drags hoping I won't: react, but so far 1 have a] ways broken out in a rash. Ncr.v he is afraid to give anything but I antihistimine. J Iy question is; hc-'.v dangerous is it to 'ike an antibiotic ar.d break out? Dear Header Most cold; and throat infections are caus- i ed by viruses. Antibiotics are! of no value whatever in ing these ordinary virus infec- j tions. Antibiotics are helpful in j eliminating some organisms that are much like viruses which is why it is useful in 1'virus pneumonia.1' which is rot caused by a virus. Strepto- cocca! sore throats (caused by bacteria not viruses) are prop- erly treated with penicillin, Anyone who has an allergy re- action to antibiotics is doubly foolish to be taking these medl-, cines. It is tru-e that antibiotics tneir help clear up infec-! lions and doctors sometimes j give them for that purpose. i Antibiotics can sometimes produce very severe reactions including joint pains and symp- toms similar to rheumatic fev- er. I can understand why your doesn't want to give you anything more than antihisti- Reade-r One of the hormones from the pituitary i gland that rests ]'un under the i brain is the growth hormone. j It is essers'ial for normal trow- in. However, at, 1-. year; of as-3 I you csn't certain that your I normal gro'.v.h cycle has been achl-rYel Yc'j may he growing slower. If the i your development is stil! de- i isyc-d by the time you reach 16, i then you might want to have a careful evaluation by an en- docrinologist (gland i Usually individuals don't stop growins until they are in their later teens or sometimes early i 20s. Individuals have different i growth. Most people 3 have the idea that to Trie sun's heat Andy sends a complete lits nuclear activity goes on in the deep, dense gases of its f fien' core. Scientists are able p c-t 'he Merit Stu- I to compute the cere's density to Sonia and also to estimate how hot it must be to carry on its contin- uous nuclear fusion. They tell us that the temperature of the sun's fiery teart must be at least degrees centi- grade and maybe even hot- cent. Chevcresan. age 12, of Mun- fle'iem, Elir.ois, for her ques- tion: How hot is Ihe sun? When winter winds whistle through December, we tend to wish that the sun were hotter. But cheer up, July will soon roll around again and we shall be wishing that the seething sun would cool down. Actually, these seasonal changes have nothing to at all to do with the surface hi Tnis a rSring a total bril. dark disk of the _______corona becomes like a pale pearly halo. best, bu: thst Lsn'; neces-ssrily i true. In fact, in arimal studies those who grov." ievelopmen'. peric-d ra- r than maturing early tend to have a. longer normal life; span. So, your short at 14 vesrs of a rnav be sn in- die a tl on that vou are to live s Ions and healthy life. ii orbits sro'jnd ths sun. Tski-ng sun's temperature iike an Impossible task until you remember that burring substances teed cnsiise color ES trey grow hot-'. ter. We all know that white hot j leat cool face. This thoue'nt the fiery what until everybody man-made space probes went aloft to take t.iits temperature. Then it was discovered that the sun's corona is as hot as do- BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mort Walker CRACKED HINGES HALIFAX (CPj A Cana- dian Forces squadron, based raine. 1'r.ese won't cure your near Dartmouth. N.S., resumed cold, but they may make you j operations recently aiter being fee! better. Ger.eraE symptoma- j gro'0-nced folIO'AinH a tic treatment is usually all that i o: cracks in the elevator hinges is indicated in most sore throats of some planes. The hinges are ar.d colds. This may include as- pan of tvveen detail. ,rj uo the surface, but this does explain why the thin gases, of mite surface, are so much hotter, 'oae iheory suggests that the corona may be heated by Mise _ by the thurrlerous ac- tirity co the cu'ate the sign's temcerature; from its blazing colors." j Its surface temperature Is estimated to he about 60CO de- grees centigrade. This is hot svstem used to bank i to. KUd rfe sun's surface is constant- pirin ard for a sore throat the plar.ef. A spokesman said I k in raging turmoil Hence, its a'verage temperature tends to warm salt water gargles may the cause of the cracks had not help you feel better. been determined, GOREN ON BRIDGE N'orth 29 i V Eatt Past aV CHARLES H. GOREN Ifn TM North -South rulnera ble. South deah. NORTH AK3343 V K 4 3 2 Initiate the attack in dia- monds and an essential unit c< time might thereby fce hst. West accordingly the of East played tr.a ard, to t'. was sorr.ewhat n hold th.e tnck, he promptly made the indicated shift to a diamond, ard West cashed two tricks in that suit to de- feat the contract. Observe that, if West leads the ace of cluhs originally, be must cash the ace of dia- monds Immediately to pre- vent South from scoring an cvertrick, for dummy's spsde suit will provide de- clarer with all the di-wards he requires as tooa 63 trumps are drawn. cool But as stars go. the sun's fiery temperature is merely medium. Certain blue grants are ll.rxo degrees centi- grade, or almost twice as hot as the sun. Aid some of the cool red giants have surface have "variations. For example, it is pierce to magnetic storms called sunspots. These appear as dark blotches on the dazzling disk. Tney seem less bright be- Today in history By THE CANADIAN' PRESS Dec. 1, 1S72 The British African colony of Natal annexed Zululand 75 years ago I'f.'f! the Boer repub- lic, of the last stretch of un- claimed coastline. The Brit- ish had annexed the best port in the area [r, years be- fore when '.he Eo'rrE had tried to take it over. Natal had oririnaiiy bten a Boer colony but the dc-featcd four years after the Zulus ar.d so iniann because bar. Jn time, tr.e British stt- arionte'J discriminatory Indian immi- grants." fire in Cni- cagrj claimed the lives of 85 children and three nuns. U.S. Senate censured Joseph McCarthy by a rationing In the United States began. kings of Nor- way, Denmark and Sv.eden on neutrality. 1 r'f EngzrA died. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to A s k Andy, P.O. (55. Hantington Beach, California 92MS. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. Bridge results U'L ABNER-By Ay Capp LAST LIVING HAMMUS ALABAMMUS COLXA MQER AKD FWWH MINISTER SADAT IM EXPRESSING THE LAST Bob Montana HI AND L01S-BI Oik Browne r-rj 3. F. 'WyiH Hamilton Vrtd. O.B.C. Nw, Jl N.S. 1. J. EH'i-J P- J er; f. I. errf 0. B. 3- t'G FT. 1. E. Cl. Irt'- I D. !f i 1 ,Vr- v i fir ll J. Elltrt H. J, 12 1. H. Tt-J 5 eve P. iofiT O.B.C. SM .'1- J'. i. J. T. 6. Z I CCU-D S'S'I PCS VRCOV, 5HORT RIBS-By frank O'Neol LIF6 ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. BUGS BUNNY ;