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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE HERALD Tueidoy, January 30, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31 I Your birthday itxlay: In will look like pne slice while }oi' yourself with spir- ETowrh. Today's natives sometimes oui of srep with their civ- Limes. ARIES (.March 21 April 191: You hjve a clear field for any reasonable project, new or old. Jest get right ro busbess and do ihe necessary without fuss. TAURUS (April :0 May thought, examination i'i L'urrent practice for flaws and errors are first coiisidcra- uons today. GEMIXl" (May 21 June 201: Be alert for a commitment, the promise you want. Business rearrangements tend to be- ex- pedients. CANCER (June 21 July 221; Nothing is wrong with today with the possible exception of your judgment of time and LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. r "vjy JJO V, 1O. s if oil en breasts spare that you take no 1KO (July 23 Aug. A pleasant but slow-paced day promised. Gather loose ends, so beyond your usual per- sever.ince to cet the last de- tail V111GO (Aug. 23 Sepl. Its a great day for beginning languages, and the like. You con be of tremendous help 10 younger people. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Osher people's resources open for expansion, broader use. and yoj ran help guide the process for ".he genera! good. JCUKPIU (Dei. 23 Nov. F c T m a declarations, official nifss.i'es sre ape to come to or seme of your interests ar; -.iirecily concerned. I SAGITT.AHIUS (Nov. A bread streak of favorable retribution thru the inci- dents and circumstances of to- day. iavors. CAPRICORN (Dec. Z2 Jin. Your get-up-and-go capa- bilities impress the right peo- ple. Gather good friends about 'you, have a social go-around. 1 AQVARll'S (Jan. :o Feb. A bit of introspection will i show you something very use- ful the time you find it necessary to offer suggestions to others. i PISCES l Feb. 19-.March gives you is excuse to do something you've needed to do: Call in your mvn resources for redeployment. i (1873. The Chicago Tribune) I'M TWINS TO ORSANirs A TESTIMONIAL PiNNEK FOR CHARLIS TUMlLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan N'P rt'HAT, LAP, HAVE WE IN YON CALPRON? V i i i iij i i i i luu DIPNT PREPARE ENWStf FOR YOURSELF TOO! BLONDIE-By Chic Young Dfar Dr. Lamb am a 15- year-old bey. is there a spe- cial hormone I can :aie or something I can do to flatten my crest T -j--.e are en- larged arc I avoided swimming all last sum- mer because I w'ss embarrass- ed and I dread gym class st school Our doctor told me a year ego iha; this would go in a moir.hs but more s. few months have passed. Will you help me? Dear you need is or This problem occur? in about one ou: of three boys puberty anc is gcTwrally attribuEed ro the re- sponse to increased sex hor- mones at tjus period in life. Some boys even develop a small ncchiis the breast. These problems last irom s year :o 13 months so hopefully your condition will pass as you con'i-ue to undergo tody changes and mature. Being escesciveiy let can CPT- tribute ro "he problem. When an exceptionally fa: boy is noted early in life i; is wise to have a rzecical evalus- Today in history By THE C4XADLVN PRESS Jan. 3D. 1573 Mohaidas Gandhi. 78- yezr old Hl-.d-j spirirjal leader who hesdfd L-dia's campaign for independence. was stiot to deE'h "5 years ago New DeUii ou ;o prayer. His a 25-year-oM srd a conspirator, was hanged. Khanh over- threw the govenunenL of South in z blood- leso coup. German ship WiieL-n C--jstlot; sank off Daniig. with refugees aboard. Co'jrt 3f Arbitration was es- at Tne HajJe in the Netherlands. Nova Scoria legislature opened its first session. Bueno offi- cially became known as San Francisco. lion. But even without being e.t- cep-tiooaily fat, the enlarged breast p.-oblem boys your age experience is not uncommon and i: dees r.ct mo.-.n that there is any bornwce prob- lem. You don't need hormorjes. you already have a large in- crcasoa amount being poured cut in your body ths; is cas- ing changes that distress you. Dear Dr. Lash Several years azo I am in my 60s my aches ar.d pains s-ere disErcsM as due to osteoporosis and I 1-35 toid to take iemak hor- mones the rest oi tny life. 5ir.ce then I have had a corr.plote hysterectony. I was in your anicle that staled hor- moces may riot be needed tre normal age of menopause. However. I understand hormones are necessary to help me abosrb whatever calciurr. I taie in. Is it true tha: calcium would be uieiess without hor- mones? Dear don't need to take female hor- rriones a: the menopause or terwarcs because they conti.-ue to form sufficient female L-. the body anj-way. The doctor can tell thrs by looking at i the soft tissues that maie irp the linings 2; the time of L-ruicn and he may war.t to check it cut with some cherr-icai VrJor'.naieiy ma.-y women dc r.9i secrete sufficient female j to prevent j in their bcdy after the meno- pause, and it is t.-js latter group --ho profit the most iron- talking female hormones. There are a many doc-ors who :Vti tha: i: rhcse women taxe female hormones ;t pre- vent losing calcium from their bones. YVnmen who are on cal- cium deficient diets are tines more E-te'y to develop 05- ter.c-rosis than wrjmen who are jettine enough calcium. There- tore, taiing both temjle bor- manes and calcium in the post- rrieropausal reriod is a very scud approach recorr.mer.ded by many debtors for '.vomen who i have a significant in j the, amoun' of female hormone in their body. i 5-isnec: you have been very fortunate that you have been treated by a doctor who has given you both femaTe hormones and calcium to help prevent any further progression of your osteoporosis. These measures 1 alone are not always surcess- fui but they 11 go a long way to hebins manv women. Ask And Galaxies, nebulas a complete 20- set of the Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Victor ase 13. of Tucson, .Arizona. ior his c-estioc: Hew do galasies differ from nebaJas? A nebula is a hazy cloud of light and are vaguely vis- ible cnmg the of o'jr own Calory. A fairly poweriul tele- scope reveals many others in the vast reaches cf space be- yond our star system, for a lor.2 time ail of them call- ed nebulas. Then nore power- telescopes revealed that really are jus: cos- nuc clouds, but other? are re- rr.ote star systems to our The "sebula" hss a nice sounc, snc if calii forth a ser- ene of ha.ry light. Such a word is hare to forget, evea wher, a tnoderrj telescope reveals that 5 foggy halo is a precise, system of perhaps !Cfl bL-iion separate stars. Obviously a is a gaiasy, but it mav be- cked a sebuis. I: 2 stars are arranged In ririrling arnis. it is a spiral nei> uls. Superprize? for SA eep? GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CRARLES H. GOREN IfTL TM Catena Tritmit North- South vulnerable. East deals. NORTH A Q J r; 73 K 10 8 63 WEST A 1153 A C Q 10 S 6 S 9 2 0 A Q 0 7 4 2 A AS? AQ9757 SOUTH A K34 T A K J 4 C J95 i 10 S 4 The bidding: East Souih West North Pass Pass i T Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead; Deuce of Jh An impulsive play by 2aat at the opening gun n unified the inspired o; hij part- rer in defending against South's three no trump con- tract. West gave considerable thought lo his opening at- tack. From the bidding, it t'rat Fouih wa.s VA'J in hearts, srd West's best hope, there- fore. was in "ocatc ho part- ner's suii. Clubs offered the most appealing prospect for attack, and he opened the deuce of thit suit. for 'ao- tating arourxi a brilliant, crowd- ed hub. Ir. the skies above the Southern Hemisphere, there are two bar-- net-das called the Clouds o: Magellan. We now know- Lhat tr-ese ae galaxr stsr 5j-steTj. perhaps satellites of our own Galaxy. F'rom of the equator. can see a oiai ne bul i in Acdromeda. Actually it is al- most a twin of our The beauteous celettiaJ object is catalogued as M 31 better known as [he Great Nebula in Andromeda. Many hazy nebu- las viewed through old-style tel- escopes turced out to be ealax- ies. But not of them, .in en- ormous amo-jr.t ol cosmic ma- terial is b the form of gas- eous ccsrnic clouds. These are tfce true nebulas. Our domirart consiel- lation is Orion. On a clear night may see a pale blue, just below one of the three stars in Orion's beit. This trae nebula is a gaseous cloud that spans a width of 15 light years." Its hazy light is borroa-ed from a gjoup or nearby stars. Se'-'eral other bright nebulas are sJe'A'n along the'SIilkj- Way. Other vast cosmic clouds are in sparsely populated parts of the Galaxy. Unlii by ceighbor- ing stars, they look like black scorm Several of these dark rebulas are between us and the cenrer of the. Galaxy. They b'o: out our vievr of the crowded hub. Unlike the gal- Exies. :r-e light arid dark ceb- ulas have co definite shapes. The Tord is used to describe galaxies ard cos- mic clouds though this is not all. One of tbese oddities looks like a dim star in the constella- tion Tsurus. near the Milky Way. It long known 25 the Crab Nebula because its gas- eous filaments sprawl outward like skinny legs. We GOT know ihat these gases are the fcbris of a s'jperMva This explosion of a star was recorded in 1054 A.D. and its r.ebulous gases siill are spreading throuth IT'S 5 X1 I ALSO i k lyaALAKCE i r v BEHLE BAILEr-By Mort Walker V.VAT3 AT V I DLJNNO.. T-'-'S IS I LA5TWHEKS LI'L ABNER-By Ay Capp ITSTI-E ONLY TniNG N L ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HEY, I KNOW j THAT'S AIL THESE CirsESi CATS.' LEFT THE WINDOW CfW 1 UHLE ASO KILLED EVgRtTHiNS IN MY W1NCCW TWAT FWXASE >OJ JUE1 PlATfTEU. HI AND LOIS-Bl Tik Qaesiion? asked hy children of Herald readers shonld be mailed to Ask Andy. P 0. 755. Huntington Beach, California 92S4S. 'Copyright Chronicle Publishing To. 19731 i sucrose HE THINKS S TOO COLS, 8uT I REALLY MBS HIM.' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Ntol Bridge results Lsain W-d. D.l.C. Jin. 17 BUGS BUNNY Niqfit 0 B.C. Jan. II. .vc s-- u -e- (-1 P a. J d 3 L G Duchess out T of hospital I-AHIS 'APi TSe Duchess J of U'irdscr, who hrid been under Irealrr.cnt for a frac- or ,l'.'-c Fr'f.'.lls s..y <-'.'J.-' -ov L5 abic lo va'.'f. a.ono Si-.c SAY, SUV'NOR ;