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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGe HERALD Monday, December 18, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON TVorD- Dear Lh. a hau b On several; spasm of small arteries in the chiliad' volved. The arteries shut down tigh: that very little blood -vJV mv finsers up to the; flows to the area ana :t caanges HLimb, -.vary.color jus; as you describe into Woodless, like'a pale or ap- touch. peararce. literally because p there is no blood in the part. rS ralher frighten-; Quite frequently, _it is a :T-.-S Can vcu it may; fingers thac are involved and female, ased 43'less ofiei the hand. It socc routine' general j may be some fingers at one ?rW-ih2 to checkiss. I tine arc orher fingers on an- ush the so'bp af- Usually the attacks are of short duration and in some peo- ple, if the area is left alone, it will turn a bluish color from stagnation of blocd. in the area and finally when the arteries relax and dilate there is an ex- cess amount of fresh red blood poured into the area causing them to turn a reddish color. ;Many people, -however, win oclv" note the color change. Tne lack of" blood flow can cause pain in the part in- of Ravraud's phei' ears and nose can .omencn is feciec- LAWRENCE t. LAMB, M. D. Cold finsers not uncommon TUESDAY. DEC. 13 'to search ou: neglected cor-ec- a 'mfi C'V Year birthday today: to f.: k-J LIBRA (Sept. 23 Possess a to produce challenges. _ more definite taler: for business contacts, ana opposing iseas to aid very cfter. Tranr to be reconcile these you ai- TplS' fVarcb 21-Anrfl "SCORPIO 23 Nov. 21 r. m "TV j- _ taken to -et the facts, you stiH bave to use vc-tzr hsad and put ies to go into spasm? The truth is don't know. Some- times it is a symptom of an underlying problem, the most common one is changes in the arteries leading to some ob- struction in blood Sow to the area involved. 'There are many underlying disorders that can cause the problem including rheumatoid arthritis and even old frostbite. The latter might be of some importance to you. since I nots that you are from should you do about it? First recognize that unless i other changes develop as it is not a serious disorder, ai-'. though I do think you should; have a medical examination.: Most people with this problem can change their life pattern a j bit and help themselves a great j deal A frequent precipitating! factor is exposure to cold. Peo-. ole who bave severe problems with this disorder often movej to -warmer'climates. But you; can get along even in colder j climates, if you take care to i avoid exposure to cold, wear? warm glo'ves whenever you are j going out, be careful of the cold steering wheel on the automo- bile, do not defrost tire refrig-1 erator. or put your hands in i cold water. You should avoid j exposing the hands to water and detergents any more than j necessary. If you haven't got j a dishwasher and want one this j is a good medical problem to j develop. i It is" also helpful to keep the} hands vreH. lubricated with a hand lotion of some type 1 least twice a day and. it expos- ing the hands to water and de- j tergent, it should be oftener. i Cigarette smoking tends to in- i crease the spasm of the arter-, ies and can be a contributing factor to the problem. So. keep -arm. keep your hands cover-'. ec. kesp them soft with hand lo-; tion. out cf water and deter-'; gent, don't smoke, and relax, A J SVsN TUMBLEWEEOS-By Tom K. Ryan ANNUAL. i' 23th AS EjY S IN 6WMY eULCHI THAT POSTc? at! BLONDIE-By Chic Young Ask Andy i _ -f o C L BEETLE BAJLEY-By Mort (April 2Q-May voi-jr-ieer if that is tne cruy way you can get in on the action. OTertime is okay, toe.. GEMCSI Olay 21 Jane 20j: When busiress and traffic gez into snarls slow have sometniag with ycu vou can en or amuse CANCEE (Jane 21 July Now comes a day which effect an obstacle challenging your ability to get through strr- prlse hindrances. Avoid late starts. LEO (July 2G-Aag. Some sew ideas work! Before judging a friezicL gee the other side of ths His may have their ressons or excuses. VIRGO fAng. 23 Sept. "ell. Take time free to move in an., the siruatio'n may require. SAGITTARIUS 'Nov. 22-Dec. Gose friends butt ir: wits their own ideas of you i range rroin. interesting -.0 cna- iodc. j CAPRICORN 22 Jan. What you co today must help somebody beyond your- J1 sources and life style. "AQUARIUS Man- 2Q Feb. Sensible discussion clears barriers bsfors vou 'get near them. Diversions are to be shared, too. PISCES (Feb. IS-March Eeeent stresses should r. o' 'he allovved to shake faith in your _ iniuinon._ ir.e croaie or too :aie. i {1572 By The CHcago fribcue) Secbsd Eruptions Andy sends a complete 20- voLunte set cf the Jlerit Stu- cer.ts Encycicpedia to Hleen Walter, age 12. cf illlwaukee, Wisconsin, for her question: Can the sea floor erupt as the land does? e s GOREN ON BRIDGE ETCKiP-LESHGOEEN Nori East Eoei e "-m 3T Ta Csftaw T.-Oasa I Pzss BRIDGE QUIZ ASSWEHS JC1; Q. vuiaerablfi. as parT" motionless. ir.e fact that enor- ous eruptions go cr. the The news sh-ook tiie wrioie world c: and experts hsd trouble getting used to the upsetting idea. Now they are the seabed, erupts and this to global geography. that the two sices of the Atlss- I tic Ocean resemble parts cf a giarjt jig-saw pyzzje. Losg ago. it -A-as si-guested that these and perhaps other continents once teg ether ard then drifted Most earth scien- inat pushes tse plates apart. All the seaheds are spreading. ocean ridses ".'here these un- j derwater "erjpticns are occur-1 As the seabed spreads along the New World fartr-er from, i Eurooe and Africa. This ex-' j because nobody could S.giire out The has East Soicb 1 A wnat do bid? !a a 2t bii _. t' 1 1 t CL. DrotKmd at soins Svartcsg events ca the ccsan fleer. thac to orir tie 7ic parser ta sli ei Q. Partner opens ene heart azd you hold: AKQ75 AT2 Wist is ycur iearts. iiis is to Mi JOG czily a sr.tJ canr.ct ta spsdes iesrti. Q. As So-sti, voki you sold: 4AK 4 C2 5 2 3 3 6 5 3 The bidding has proceeded: Soutli West Ncrtfe East 1 JU Pass i 1 2 4k Pass 2 v> Pass What Co you bid sow? A. Tvo A to tiust jsrv ser ASS rwil heara, zaf to for is, tixsi OT I- t'd contract of ridges and ranges had been oceans. Tne look revealed that these ridges are far from I calm. In fact, they are etsor- cracks is the solid crust, where masses of moitcn is.vs i erupt up from beiow. Taese ur-- dersea ercptioDS ocr rail the volcaaos on the dry i land. It now is thGugM thai caS-sd tectonic pistes, fit- ted togetber in a gjoosi shei i The undersea srtsctioES occur plained how land masses can j drift around the globe and mace it p-cssio'e for earth seen- tists to believe the old theory of j drifting continents. Every year, i researchers find more evidence j to that this really is hap-' periing. Nauirslly these changes in' the gio'oal map oicur very. very Bur, they have' been, traced' back through mil- lions of years to a time when all the Lard apparently in one continent. The rfez: is to find what ca'oses this spreading to happen, llcst experts agree that the needed energy comes from convection currents, dee? bebTT the crust Ln the olastic mentis layer. The erupt- P- rLGxcS c Other evidence that; these are the result cf d.escend- rrJIes away, near lines of p-ung- i irg treocbes in the ocean floor, j asked, by children of HeraM readers snoald fee rnafled to Ask Andy, P.O. j Box Tw. Hnsticgtfta Beach, j CaJiforsia 9264S. c Copyright PDhiisliing Co. 12T2; ABNER-By Ay Capp ARCHiE-By Bob Montana ----q jVw THS. -V Tr-s. r j- i l _ Q.. "vtiinsT'sOiSj sivi-w ti-. costroi cC r.'isrxstjng for treating caricer. AECL said iri g n-sv-s vrlli erssbie the COTTI- pariies to rsspcrfd more <7uickiy to the "charging of radio- therapists in their fight sgzirist Today in history Ey THE CANADIAN" PRESS O'xgresz passed an srr.erdrnect to the constitutkc :07 years today in ISw ivhing slavery in the Ustsd States. The of the Staass in the which ended is 1355. ded sLsvery in U-S. I34.J: U.S. all sunk Li Pacific: 765 Viljsd. 1333: Ir. Edusrd 3erxs eiectftd president of HI AND LO1S-BJ Dik WJ SHORT Fronit .7: U.S. C'ongreK sub- rr.itted prohiwtion to Tne of incorporated the i City of Ottawa. ON THE T. H. Edwards BUGS BUNNY LCOK1N7 J VESI cy SENT TO ME ;