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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRlnOC Mor.clny, Fcbruniy 28, 1972 OUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON HI sim. I fton'l !llci' UK-HI. mil. uilh- Ymir hinlnl.iv I mil fuss. Later rvm is IT- i- v In-. T1 'iu.iI- vised and you'] e HI .-'u's. i-i'n VIIK10 Sept. iiicrii ci -r- aiiii a iljy i- TC- I Timing and aurrnm'iH are ;il- nn] --j MI- i most KxpiTl some IVSIT- .ii'ii valiim. Alcrl liMcimuJ living ve'ie iiail. i more infonualiou than MHI ad- though! available. Hie U1IUA (S.-pl. 21 Ih-l. ...I'tn'i-' "i "U'1V ccllla' r drawn C'APHK'Or.N" 22 .Ian. l'- ls niun'.h ik1- irnvel or plan.s In nia'-.o. and 21 charts of roulir.cs in work Makini; a may be involved. siliialimi i.- an Kid.iy Forus Ai'lU ARIL'S (Jan. 2n nl'-a; u L-.IH single- Ideas llir'.l come in I he handed: thviU earlv hours lend In lie lhe lies! I FO i.lnh' Anu. Lcl choices, despite sug- otliei-s fcniinline plans: it jou gcslions Ironi all sides LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. 'Altitudes can affect pregnancv br. l.iinit) I road your ariicks daily I if (.HI cuukl me some personal ariricc. I have Iwi'ii married for only a short time, but my husband andl mni'd like lo have a child no'.v and aficr a period of a year, may be tuiother. Dur- ing our rclalioiit 1 notice lhat don't scorn to be reaching a climax or seem 10 be releasing i seem Lo be totally satisfied for this facVor. Is it possible l" Nave ;i bnby or become pregnant under these circumstances. The disappointment is upset- tins bnih I have never used bivLh conlrol clrvicrs or pills. Could you pive me Kiipccpiiun.-i 01 auvicc-? bear Itcnder -lust relax and you will be preg- nant sooni cncuiili. ing a clima.x has notlnng lo do u'Uh >ou rre releasing an cr ovum. Tlie ovum is re- leased regularly about 14 days before oach inonstural period rcpardles.s of v. hatever else transpires in your married life, under normal circum- stances. All that needs lo happen for pregnancy to occur is for one sp-crm cell and the to unite. Lei me repeat again that thi? has nothing to do willi the female climax. Thrrc nre a number of ivho do not have a cli- max. Sometimes this is an in- dication of TO in c problem in adjustment r.nd in other it just seems Lo he nor- mal for them. Allilurles in can indeed have f-omp inflm-nce on i; Ii. is inierestirg in rctro- .spect, !o recall that not too long back it va? considered in the English-American society i that sex was jus! men's j menl. Women v.ercn't sup- posed to obtain any pleasure, j much less a climax. To shov.1 yen the influence of cul- turo and attitude on people's sexual behavior, it i? inlorcsi- ing to note tliat mosl women j preferred to be "ladies" IhEii to be normal. As a result, mul- tiuidcs of woman denied denied their normal biological fulfillment, until gradually this i myth destroyed fi is now per cr ally accepted that sex is something Lial men and can enjoy and that it 1 is perfectly normal for men or to have sexual purges aiici hcue sexual exprcs- sion. Dear Dr. T ami) Could hemorrhoids caus-e anemia'' If i hemorrhoids could cause ane- mia would they have to be quile severe? Dear Reader Yes, hemor- rhoids can cause anemia. j Usually these are the internal type and often mby be asymp- i tomaiic except for tha I lity of noticing blood st re ales after a movcmeiiL Ii is a constant small amount of bleeding on a daily basis it can have an effect simi- lar to menstrual periods. The loss cf blood with its hemoglo- bin means a loss of iron which has to be replaced in the manii- facture cf new red bleed cells. i A menstruating for example, lias lo take iv.ice much iron as a nor- mal adult man. So, even a am stint, of persistent j bleeding rrgiilarly from hrmor- ;rhoids or any olher sciircc can I result m an iron-deficiency anemia. Transistors Andy sends a complete uuiime set of Hie World Bouk I'JH'VL'lDpetliii lo Chuck Cain- erer. ace III, of Eugene, Orc- ytui, for bis qucMion: iraiisistors nnik? Tiie basic principle is simple enoiiLili, but things gel prclly eunipiicatcd when it comes I'J making ii work. This is un- (forsir.nfla'nle because lhe basic idea has been aclapled to crc- aie transisiors that perform a iivjlliuide of very differciiL jobs. V.'hai's more, this rather recent breakthrough in re- quired r.cv; subs Lances called semiconductors ?nd new In use ihcm. Th? terms nnrl letters used for various Iran- tistors systems are intended to explain the basic principle on v.hieh Ihcy woik. Tn tariy radio scls, the Mow of controlled by a crystal. 11 clurr.ble and v.'ork- fdirly well, Ihoi'p'n nclicdy knew how. Later, it was replaced by [he vacuum tube. It, was frsgilc used a lot of electricity, but it a dependable worker.Then in the iS40s. Ih2 transistor was invented to control Ibc flow of elei'licns. I; wus small, durable r.nri used much less energy than the old vacuum tn'ne Strange lo say, it is an updated version of Lhe old crystal, using skillful new methods to make it work to the This realm of electronics is giiv.-nicd by charged atomic It.s traffic laus dic- tale Lhat two positive charges 1 repel each other and so do two negative charges. But a pair of each other i aiv.l move c c r t a in substances. Copper is a good conductor because its many i loosely attached electrons can i be pushed through a wire cuit. Glass is an insulator be- cause il.s electrons refuse to budpc. A uses tricky I lo create pcsi- i live and negative c h a r g e s, which start moving. Semicondiictors arc insulal- ors wiih traces of other mater- ials added lo free a few of Ihcir negative elcclrnns. When an electron loose, it leaves behind a particle with a surplus positive charge. This is called a hole. snnicon- duclors have a suipius of nega- tive electrons, havc a sui-plus of positivt holes. Both holes and clcelron- ran move around, governed by the traffic lav: that makes opposite charges attract ether. All we have to C.t is to set the pieces in place and provide energy lo si art th" traffic mov- ing. Thin layers of n-typc and p-rype materials ;.rc sandwicii- ed together in t iny wafers. Holes and elecl-rcns move ac- ross the junctions lu'lwceu Ihc layers, and this Ir.'-.fiic pow- ers the transistor. The waff-T may be NPN, or some cihcr of The transistor may ho made lo am- plify or oscillate a current or even swilch itself on and off. All the various kinds depend on the motion of opposite charges s cross junctions br- twccn layers or semiconductor male-rials. These materials must be made very precisely. The basic in- gredients used to make semi- ccnduclors for most transistors arc silicon and gcnnanium, plus traces of or several to free (be electrons. Other ingredients mcd may be cuprous oxido. gallium arson-1 idc. lend sulphide and silicon', carbide to name a few pos- sibilities. Tlie recipes must be accurate and the wafers scaled precisely in place lo make the transistor do its best. Questions asivr-fi ny chllrtiOD of Herald readers should be mailed la Ask Amly, P.O. J65, Ilunlinglon Beaca, California D2548. Publishing Co. 1372) operations favor GOREN ON BRIDGE IIY OIARLES M. GOKKN [C lln. Br TM Cr.luif Trlbwil) Both vulnerable. West deals. NORTH A K 87 G K 3 S '1 A K A QZ WEST FAST A Q 3 A J Q J 10 4 3 A f 10 H R 5 i A B 4 A9ST5 SOl'T II A A 10 3 4 3 2 7 B Nnrlh Smiih Pass I NT Pasi A Pass rail Altho thr d c. f o n s r pos- sessed a very Imlcling in the trump suit in today's hand, Wo.st managed Ui de- velop the selling trick in the spade suit hy means nf an uprxrciiL Altho Soulh had .sufficipr.t high can! strcnftlii [10 tjoinLs] for a Ihrco .spade rc- sponso over his partner's onn no trump Md, North would surrly have on to fniir n floulilrlon club and four trumps. Ironically, cither Ilirco nr> Inimp or four sparirs i.s imprcpnnhli- with North as dorlaror Wrst njH'nrfl the quern nf hearts. Uie douec was pl.iyrd from dummy, East followed with the five and South with the six. Altho East was now marked Uic ace of htart.s. defL-n-sive prospects tlid not appear bright unless he also held the king of. clubs declarer had another nearl. continued v.ith Site jack of hearts. North played and East put. the noc which won lhe trick. The shilt was lo the nine of iind West was back in with the ace. From East's play it was rlrar thnt the laltor did not have thr kinp nf clubs ?nd inasmuch as he had returned lughrni chih .South was market wiih IhR K-J-10 of thnt suit which meant thnt the d c f c n .s n could not hope lo score any more tricks in the side Mills, for dummy's jr.rk of diamonds could di.scardcd on Smith's third club. Spades nffrrctl the only otiier clianrc and if West were, to score .1 trump trick, it was t-sscnlial to find his partner with UIP of spadc-s Accordingly, at Irick four West returned n Ihird round of hc-arLs. Fortunatrly East. had no recourse lint lo niff with lhe jack nf spades. South ovcrniiTcrl wilh lhe by po doinR, he rs- Inblishrrl West's qucr-n fit sp.iflcs as a I rick and the contract went down lo dc- (onl. WASHINGTON (AP> A re-, searcher says brain Mirpery is gaining new popularity fcr use on pcoole suficiing sTixiety and tension, ovcracl.ive children and depressed mental pa'icnts. "Well over persons have already subjected to a r o u n d the Avorld. including in Eng land, perhaps riO.OOfl in America, and many more thousands in yays Dr. Peter K. BrfCSin arc in the nud'-t nf n rcsiii-Rcnco- including mullipic forms (if upsn hyppraevivo children.'' IIG said. "It is finvj lo take action before this rcvivM takes on proportion? of Uic fir.M wave thnt peaked in iho 1950s." he adds in a 25.MO- v.crd study by Rcnrc- .scntnlive r fDciu. N.-I.> in Lhe vaccne availahEe soon OTTAV.A Ilnrsc y-ill he nhlc lf> rave Ihcir am ma Is n.--i Knuino myrUis by May 1 yc.'ir, thn apricu! lire depart I monl announceri hrrr. j riisc.'isi1. n Ilia! fi-'fc'i-t.s central norvoiK 1 cm '.f -i1 bc-cu in the vaccine li.is Ix-cii licenced for manufac- lurr in I lie rounlry r.s n precau- tionary UK :iMirc. 'Ibc vaccMK1 used to (rent 1 II: nf V l.il Ibr ,disr-riM' in July" Iin- mi: i.s importrniL if Ca- an HITS ui-.li to lake i Ih.-ir lo lhe S., a ncvvs rf-lca c raid ol lnn-'e.'; v.ill be j on a voluntary basis the I Co-: bei'nc by ou ners. i> '-pi'cad by insects. 11. has in J' KH'I Anierii'.'i fi'i s.-vc ral yi ,'irs, bul spread i inlo Mexico aiut Texas last I vear. be outlawed in the United Stales KS Ihey have been in the Soviet Union. Dr. Brcpgin said his survey v, as based on m a t e r i B 1 hy 100 psychosur- gcons vho gathered in Denmark in the summer of 1970 for lhe Second Internalional Conference on Psychosurgcry. The initial wave cf operations, he said, primarily involved slate-hospital patients wilh chronic disabilities, while the' one "is rimed at an en- j IJrely different als uho are relatively well-func- lioning and "who are Mill living r.t hnme and performing on the job." Bv psycliosurgery, he said, doctors nuitilaln cr cut mil parts of the brr.iu in seckintj to "b'linL lhe individual's emotions and make him more docile." lie said "t-rch attacks MK! muti'ales brain tissue lhal s nothing f't-monslraljly will) it. Gai'aEhcr c "illed I ho report "one of lhe most shorkii1" docu- I havc ever and i! is lhe crilical re- of a v.'ide-srale resurgence of lhe practice. llxolir diniccr f UJE ALL NEEP HOPE, FKANkLiM, AND UE All NEED MEiHOKltS... WITHOUT GOOP MEMORIES, LIFE CAN BE PRETWSKM6IE... I HAP THREE 600? MEMORIES ONCE... f PUT I FORGOT TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan VOUVC BEEN JOGG1NS FOR HALF AN HOUR, LOTSA LUCK. WHAT'S THE !PEA? SUPPOSE TOTING- A BUCKETOF WATER POE-5 FJEQUIREA CERTAIN AMOUNT OF STAMINA BLONDIE-By Chic Young i -k.' V 'ASM THE DISJN-5 MOPE BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Wolker 111 ABNER-By Al Capp Bob Montana THE GOD OF THUNDER. ...AND HE WOULD SEND HIS MESSENGER... NOW, JUGHEAD, IN CUR GREEK WHEN 'THOR" WAS AN6RY....y HE. FIND 'MERCUW? HI AND LOI5-By Dik Browns D B V SOMEWnERE pJ AX'JXD irO WAS COLU.V.3US FIRS" I KT FOOT IM '.'.'OSLO S SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Nenl KITCMlCNICn, flnl. (CP) Nine (XTSon.s have i'e- h a Canr.Ma pica an olic (if them men. They will he interviewed Tucsflav by ol sll'ip tlic.l- Irc in ia-arby 'Hie Foxy Lady, s- ys Mr. Leaverc, inlcnds lo open April I. despite, opposition fi'um ii ddonl.s and Ih" tintn Mail and female .strippers enierlain. The H'loclcd .slrijipcrs earn -S12r> a VlttK NHAT1IS There were. dcaUis in I tires in Japan in BUGS BUNNY VER C.O1WOM A LOKJS TRIP ...I 5CE YA CCMIM' INTA I'M LEAVING! A FAKE ANJD A CHARLATAN! I C'W TELL VA THINS I'M RIGHT ABOUT; ;