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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thimdcy, 1972 THf UTH6RIDCI HtRAlO 17 YOUR HOROSCOPE j By JEAN6 DIXON FniDAY, DEC 21 jtime for that plar.ned adjust-: a hundred at some oilier time soon not have. Your friends have Your birthday today: You ment, closing of accounts, etc, CANCKK (June 21-July 221 r much to bay on all subjects. have an ahead of i TAURUS (April 20-Mav It's a "lucky" sort of day, in; SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-IJcc. you for finding an optimum i Clear the decks wherever you which you attract the sort of Get out of public view.; vocational pattern, using your can. Don't lx> surprised at find-1 experience you merit. There's your connections come up with Hi! I JUST STOPPED WTO THANK YOV A6AIN FOR 1HE MINX STOLE Vex) 6WE Vt W. CKM I Pit? NOT W A MINK STOLE FOX CHltlSWAS! I'LL SAY VOL) DIDN'T! skills to Ihe best advantage. Today's natives are sensitive, restless, willing to strive lo I haste. ing something you've overlook-! relief from an old hindrance. I interesting possibilities for dis- j ed that has lo be caught in; LEO (July 23 Aug. Co- j (jnct and early rewards fulfill a dream. operation is available on all, (Dec. 22 Jan. GEMINI (May 21-June i sides, the likely predicament lh arc ARIES (March 21-April Claim what is yours if you're beir.g that tte day is U> short j Jf the dav with various j bis is the last day of th-j year ever going lo. 'The word you! the visits you'd like to lA arriving i Th; T for technical financial get in edgewise may he worth j VIRGO (Aug 23 Sepl. Home property tend to bring I added ir.iome. Your long-term diligence puys off in '.tangibles as well as useful material fact. LIBRA (Sepl. 23 Oct. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. late or just now being recog- niaed. AQUARIUS 'Jan. 30-Feb. Get out and go, seek assistance from official sources, arbiters, experts. You can evaluate later Column saves reader's life Comes now the moment" of wnat gathered early. truth: You are at whatever lev-i PISCES (Feb. 19-March 1 el you have earned and you i This seems to be a day for im- owe it to yourself to be'gin I pcrtant contacts, even familiar broader planning j associates going mer an old SC'OItl'IO fOci. 3 Nov. i story have' a new thought to You are apt to be burdened i offer. with knowledge you'd just as i (1572 By The Chicago Tribune) Dear Dr. Lamb I hops this wise as you have been and seek letter reaches you personally, I immediate medical attention because I want to thank you for saving my life. I had a melano- TUMBlEWEEOS-By Tom K. Ryan MY PEAS COHSTITUENTSJ: IN MY PEEP FOftTKE PEMOCWTIC PROCESS, I AM ALUCWWSIrilS INSIGNIFICANT, PATHSTIC G.VOMETO OPPOSE ME IN At! ELECTION ANIjTO ASSURETrWYOU EXERCISE' VOW KIGHT70 VOTE PROPERLY, I (wrw wv KKWW) SHALL PEftSONALW INSPECT EACH 0? YOUR VOTES AT THE 2ALUTT 00X1 (YOU MAYAPPLAUP) MEMO-' fWTPCW INAUGURAL APPRE5S. BlONDIE-By Chic Young when it is first noted. Dear Dr. Lamb Recent- j ly I heard two parties discuss- ma on my back and did not realize it, or how serous they j jr.g a medical problem. One i ait I knew had a mole said it was okay to lay a ssrni- and that my clothing was irri- i Ask Andy i conscious person who was vc- Trees and oxygen Andy sends a complete 20- volum'e set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to David Carlson, age II, of Altentown, melanomas in our locsl pap- er six months ago aid ly called my doctor. The mole was removed ar.d a- biopsy re- vealed it to be malignant. Afier an opeaation. x-rays, and ex- amination of my I'.-mph nods, mv doctors told me thev felt it lar.t one. In genera an imcon-, was caught in time. I have had person should never bs During a summer s day, two chest x-ravs i era his hack. Lven in the smgle oak tree pours tons of since ar.d both were I opsrating rocm when this is i oxygen into the air and count- done, a tubular instrument is less green forest trees acid to this condition should never placed flat on his back. Who is right? Is there ever an excep- tion? tree, provide world. However, our careless j industrial age pours gaseous pollutants into the air and they too are along. This; explains srnoggy fumes i from local areas spread far in m mmer' thank vou for what you have done for me uersonallv and ap- preeiate fre many firi articles yot1 write. Pennsvlvania, for his question: Und wide und why air pol-> -rr_... is a global problem. The; BEEUE BAILEY-By Wort Walker same busy breezes that dis- tribute the world's oxygen also z distribute the noxious fumes. Questions asked by children oE Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. in the windpipe at the S the quota. These bountiful tons back of the throat (usually for of fresh, breatheable oxygen artificial respiration) which i merge with the gases of the Dear Reader Of course 1 prevents tte tongue from fall-1 atmosphere an d wayward am alwavs pleased to learn that' ing back ami blocking the air- j breezes waft them arour.d tne people liie- mv column, bat rny way. To prevent airway block-; globe. In winter, the trees come sge by the tongue an uncord those treir leaves discon.inue i from thT scbus person King should their generous oxygen prcduc hp- do-p somethino useful for i be on bis side or at least posi-, iron. It is natural to wonder hd., somfehing usc.ul for that the I what this does to the quality of head is turned to the side. our breathable air but Obviously, if the unconscious there is no need to worry. r.r semi-conscious individua! is vomiting or bleeding, this ma- Box 7C5. HuntiQgton Beach, California 92WS. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1S72) somebody. It is a great pe-son; satisfaction to rne to know that the information in the col- umn provided information to help someone as in your case. Your letter also points out that individuals act promptly can ofttimes save terial can be inhaled into the trachea (windpipe) obstructing respiration, or if small enter the lung, causing Nature takes care o{ this problem, with assistance from the earth and the atmosphere, plus a helping hand from the faraway sun. For one thing, infection j our local view of the earth is right for a person aPd -is their lives from cancer. Per- haps your experience will help i a pass this taowledge cm to other It is an ngm 101 a. peraun -.-_- d people and in the long run there to be on the back if some one is i ,ill be even more individuals i careful to see to it that the air- who will profit from this knowl- j way remains open, A good ex-1 edge. Anybody who has a mole i ample of this is a person who j "t on his bodv which is I has sudden cardiac arrest and Pr'c'c Tcacnes 01 LI'L ABNER-By Ay Capp g, changing in size or need external cardiac message shap2. or is constancy irritated, should see 2 doctor about the mole. Moles the waist or anywhere on the bodv where straps or clothing or sharing is irritating them are the ones most apt to change to cancer. I wish everyone who has a mole of this sort would be as as an emergency, lifesaving procedure. Vrhile the individual is on his hack, the head is turn- ed to the side and if necessary, muuth-to-rnouth artificial res- piration is also administered. Other than these situations, it miles above our heads. It would take more than a lifetime to investigate all t h e variations of its geography, or even to explore all its forests. Only part of the deep ocean has been charted and is better to have the patient i lying on his side. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES II. GOREN le tr Tfct Trftinil Both vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A KQ32 K J 9 2 J loss s Q 8 3 A q KI si East Pass Tr.c bidding: South West North 1 1 A J Pass 4 Pz'.'i ted: Jack of A South cou'.'i have salvaged his fo'jr hti-t contract by employing sn unorthodox, ye'. safe- ty play in today's hand. cper.c-'l tr.s of p a d e s th? was playtd from dummy sr.d 'K'jn the trick with the TV- la'U-r to a Irj.-np thru 'r.e ar.d e t p.-cceeic-d lo play three rrwr.r. of cash- the ar.d acr: and exitir.gwith the eight. The deferisive bock was in. So'Jth to discard hk cliib or, the V.irig of hov, in the er.d he ohligcd to ;ely on the diamond firiesse to make his contract, and when it he went to defeat. Declarer overlooked the play that would have assured him of ID tricks. By duck- Log the opening lead, he can prevent East from getting in to make the heart shift. Ob- serve that West cannot lead hearts profitably himself, and declarer, therefore, has time to ruff oat his losing dub. A diamond discard on dummy's iparies can he de- veloped at declarer's choosing. Suppose that alter 'rinnuig the first trick with the jack of spades, West shifts to a club. North puts up the ac% leads tie icing of spades. East covers with the ace and South ruffs. The king of clubs is cashed and the is rufftd with the live o! hearts. A trump i.i led ar.d West is given his ITTO heart tricks. When trumps are fi- nally drawn, declarer cross- es over to the king of dia- monds arid discards his dia. mond loser on the of His Joshes on real tor- of or.e space !nck and IAO Ob-.erve thai it does not avail East !o over- take the jack of spades at trick one if South does rot cover from dummy, for by so doing East will establish two discards in that suit for atmos- i phere. Nevertheless we know _________. I enouah to be sure of one thing. !AH the features of the earth i operate tcgether era a global scale. Any small happening sooner or later is bound to re- I ls.'-e to all other happenings. Oxygen is vital to all plant and animal life and nature provides alternative systems to I make sure that the supplies i never run short. For example, our evergreen forests keep their leafy needles and odd fresh ox- ygen every day of the year. j Tropical jungles of wide-leafed evergreens also add oxygen I every day. Ihe summer sea- son alternates north and south of the equator. First one hsm- isphere, then the other adds I HAMPTON, Eng- land (AP) Tne boys derail Et the Stag's a 300- year-oM English tavena in this Midlands city, never had a ghost of a chancre when the White Lady around. When the wispy apparition wasn't haunting the place and turning off the beer taps in the cellar, she often gave the customers the fright of their lives by appearing suddenly as they lurched out of the pub after a night's carousing. She was the bane of land- lord Harry Unvin's life. "The beer would suddenly stop flowing and I'd Jind the Ups turned off in the he explained. "I'd turn them back on and then without any explanation they'd go off again. It happened 22 times in a month once. "It could only have been the ghost because there's only one entrance to the cellar and no on could get down without everyone in the p'jh them." Unvin's 18-year-old daugh- can s-.e? I She bu don't i( their evoid bet better uuatch out-- -or ru put out a <-V It's my V-1 mother on her.'.' you're t'alKing extra oxygen to the atmos- j (er sajj 5aW the ladv once phere. And nature insists that these local supplies shall be shared on a global scale. .As oxy- gen billows from the sunlit greenery, it must merge with the other gases of the atmos- phere. And the planetary winds FWC-CP (ha air from here to there, around and around the globe. Thtse seif-operating systems should he enough to keep the earth s living tilings supplied with oxygen. But nature makes extra sure, Tne oceans cover 70 per cent of the earth's sur- face and their surface waters teem with medium and mini plcnvs. During the daylight '.-.O'jrs. they release more ox- than all the land's grecn- This is added to the at- in the cellar. "I saw a woman in the form of a grey doud sitting on a beer she said. "She moved across the cellar and just disappeared." for some unknown reason, the White Lady's van- ished from her old haunt. L'r- believes it because he had some structural changes done on the ancient pub at Penn Common. Tne boys may be getting their beer but as one was heard to moan at Christ- mas: "I dunno, it's like the Spirit's gone from the place." f cor.ff.rit 1. marriegs to rr.; I One -a Bob Montana WELL.THE INSTAHT COFFEE oio SET I LAID THE TABLE? THE PAPER PLATES.' THIS IS 'LIBERATE A WIFE WEEK I'M GOING TO COOK. POP BCXJSHT A BCX OF PAPER arrsoTHirJ AMDHAR HI AND LOIS-Bl Oik Biowne mosphere and the prevailing winds distribute it to every comer of the world. Tt.-c plancUsry winds distrib ute PLANE PARTS SOLD TOKYO 'AP; For the man who has everything, a Tokyo de- partmtnt store said it is offer- ing parts from an old US. F-84 fighter plane. The store bought the plane for about 52.6 million all Uve local oxygen sup-i and is selling the pieces for S3] to be shared around the to SI.OCO each. BUGS BUNN'f IT REVEAt-EP THAT I AM 1NPOLEMT, INDIFFERENT. ACC1CC NT- PRONE AND HAVE A SHOOT SPAN OF ATTENTION'. J SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol ;