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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 2, THE lETHBRIDOE HERALD 17 Your horoscope SATURDAY, JULY 3 Your birthday today: A long adventure begins in the art of manifesting more of your inherent potential qual- ity and ways of applying it. Building a better world means all of us building better personal lives you must help lead the way. Ma- terial resources improve with little above normal effort. To- day's natives are intrigued by everybody within range of acquaintance, are acutely aware of both sound and meaning. ARIES (March 21-April Your opinion is sound and valu- able on those things you have handled yourself, quite otlier- on matters elsewhere and beyond your experience. TAURUS (April 20-May With the best intentions in the world, you complicate matters for close associates. Likewise, you aon't have to believe every- thing you hear. GEMINI (May 21-Junc Expect competitive situations, and proceed full energy ahead. You won't have to go beyond normal habits and schedules to By Jean's Dixon your confidence cope well, if holds. CANCER Mime 21-JuIy Today depends on how gregar- ious you are an extrovert mood. Temptation would have you out of sight, feeling sorry for yourself for no good rea- son and poorer results. LEO (July 23 Aug. Your leadership and well an- nounced initiative draws re- There's something to do for everybody, so plan your time deftly. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Not all the answers suit your pride, but at least you'll have dependable information avail- able on how your ventures fare and what people feel about you. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Wherever people want to go with their own interests, by all means let them do so. Help them, but draw a firm line against any intrusion into your affairs. Volunteer no informa- tion or comment. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Today offers a variety of themes. It's up to you to select constructive actions. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Your feelings show for all to see, may get in the way of objective business. Accept ad- vice and guidance from trusted associates. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. An early start is needed to discover and verify unusual de- tails, each leading to a new question. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Everybody is in the act ahead ol you with a dozen dif- ferent schemes, npne of which suit your wishes. PTSCKS (Feb. 10-Marcli Clearing cut final details takes all day leaves no opening for ambilious projects. Ron tine troubleshooting removes ob- structions for i n t e r e s ling changes tomorrow. (1971: By Tlic Chicago Tribune) SUPPOSE X UHATPC CORRECT) w THINK ALTHOUGH CHANCES PEOPLE UOULP r ARE Or WNIN6 WE KIPPIN6 TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN YOUU NEVER RELIEVE THE NAME OF THE WOK LIMPIP UIZARP'5 REAPIHl.... HEARTY TWINS AT How clouds float Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Jef- frey Marsh, age 10, of Lan- sing, Michigan, for his ques- tion: How can a 40-ton cloud float? If all that water were in one big gob, it would seem pour- ing down like a falling stone. But it floats aloft in tiny round droplets. However, the water in a misty cloud cannot float on high forever. Its tiny drop- lets are sinking, slowly stak- ing. Sometimes an updraft of rising air helps to hold up a wet cloud, but sooner or later that moisture must come down. Actually, a 40-ton cloud is a skinny little wisp. A young thunderhead may hold 4.000 tons of water several miles above Hie ground. A large storm cloud may float aloft with tons of water. Tire average cloud is a misty mix- ture of droplets suspended in the air. We need microns to measure these ball-shaped riroplets of water. There are microns in a little milli- meter and almost a million microns in a yard. Such tiny spheres do fall through the air, but they sink more slowly than other falling objects. Someone figured out the slower falling rates for micro n-sized cloud droplets. Most of them average about five microns in width, but the assortment in a cloud ranges from half a micron to 260 microns. For the midgets, the falling rate is six microns pe1' second and it takes them about an hour to sink down an inch. Under normal conditions, the largest drops fall nearly as fast as stones. But average cloud droplets, five microns iwide, fall at 0.7 millimeters per second, and take about an hour to fall ten feet. Most clouds form several miles above the ground, when gaseous vapor changes to drop- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. African bark won't restore virility Dear Dr. Lamb I read in a book that a have drug lets of liquid water. It may take a floating cloud several days to ink this distance down through the air. However, a friendly updraft from below may hoist it even higher, or at least delay its sinking droplets. Meantime, the temperature and other c h a n g ing weather conditions may remodel the misty cloud. Zillions of droplets may clog together and form large heavy drops of rain. Then down splashes the watery rain. If the air gets warmer, it may eva- porate the liquid droplets into gaseous vapor. Then the cloud disappears into thin air. While it lives, the floating cloud, with its of of water, is blown along by the breezy winds. During its lifetime, it may carry hundreds of tons of water for hundreds of miles over land and sea. named Yohimbin from the bark of a West African tree will help restore man's virility, regardless of age. In your opin- ion, will it benefit a man? Dear Reader Just as beau- ty is in the eye of the behold- er, many sex stimulants or aphrodisaics are successful m the mind of the man. If a man's performance is affected by lack of confidence, fear or boredom, any medicine that he takes, sincerely believing it will give him a new lease on sex may actually help Mm. This is the so called placebo action of medicines, which ex- plains why pink colored wa- ter does help if the patient has faith in it in many cases. When a decrease in sexual capacity is a normal response to aging or secondary to medical prob- lems like decreased circula- tion, then all the faith in the world is not going to restore Hiimply Dumpty. It is difficult to raise the dead. Yoliimbin does come from the bark of an African tree and it should stay there. There is no convincing evidence that it has any beneficial action on sexual capacity or, for that matter, any other medicinal value. This suggests to me that you had better not depend on anything else you may have read in that book, either. The best thing to do for this type of problem is to have a good medical examination first and talk it over with your doc- tor. Some people can benefit from medical attention and sometimes from just practical information. V Dear Dr. Lamb Would you please elaborate on the type o! X ray needed to detect the hia- tal hernia you wrote about in your column? Dear Reader A mixture about the thickness of a choco- late malt has to he swallowed. This mixture contains banum in it, which makes the stom- ach opaque, like bones, on X rays. The doctor must look at the stomach while the mixture is passing into 'the stomach and it is best if he puts some pressure on the pit of the stom- ach with his fist so the pres- sure will fill the region where the stomach herniates through the diaphragm. The patient should also be X rayed while lying down, preferably with the head a little lower than the feet. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Ex-Nazi jailed SAARBRt'ECKEN, West Germany (AP) A former Nazi S? elite guard lieutenant received a life prison term here for the murder of three prisoner? during the Second World War. The defendant, electrician Fritz Gebauer, 65, originally was charged with murdering 22 prisoners of the forced-labor camp in Lvov, for- merly in Poland. It is hard to grasp the small sizes and the enormous num- bers of droplets in an average cloud. Magnified 200 times, they look like large, medium and small pinheads. In thimbleful of misty cloud ma- terial there are 70 to perhaps 700 of these droplets in assort-' ed sizes with plenty of space between them. The water con- tent in a shoebox full of misty cloud may weight as much as an aspirin. But even a small cloud has enough of this moist mist to fill a box a mile wide on every side. Its tons and tons of water can float on high be- cause it is separated into tiny spheres that sink slowly, very slowly through the air. Questions asMd tjy cMldron of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, PO. Box 765, Huntington Beacii, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle. Publishing Co. 1971) GOREN ON BRIDGE 01 STICK-ON-LEVEL FOR CAMPERS AND TRAILERS PAIR 1.98 MINI MATS for MINI CARS THERMOMETERS MAP LIGHTS TRAILER TOW MIRRORS 9.95 H REAR WINDOW SUNSHADE 11.95 COOL CUSHIONS HOOD PINS UPHOLSTERY CLEANER EXCALIBUR by TURTLE WAX H MASTER WAX by SIMONIZE MIDIAND AUTO SUPPLY (1971) LTD. 421 5lh St. S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-4951 BY CHARLES n. GOREN 1C Br CMCm Trlhml Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A K 10173 EAST OKJ8B4 OQJM7r.S 43 4KQJM SOUTH A AS V A K J II 8 4 0 A 4 A 10 SI The bidding: South Wot North Eiit 2 39 J NT w 40 4 V CO 6 t? Pisg Pass Pail Opening lead: Three of Altho the duplication of distribution in the diamond suit apparently presented South, the declarer at six hearts, with a hopeless cause, he capitalized on a compen- sating feature in his oppo- nents' holding; tu overcome adversity and emerge with a substantial profit. The opening bid and re- sponse are routine and East's overcall of three no trump is an obvious attempt to inter- fere with the normal course of events. Since South has announced game in hand and North has given a positive response, the three no trump call can hardly have a natural meaning. East in- tended his bid to be a request for partner to show a minor in other words, East was making an. unusual no trump overcall. South's four club call was a cue bid and a slam try. West freely bid four diamonds and North persisted to four hearts. Altho East attempted to sacrifice at five diamonds, South leaped to six hearts, which closed the auction. West opened his singleton three of clubs and East put up the jack to dislodge declarer's ace. The duplica- tion in the minor suits that was revealed when the dum- my was spread, came as a distinct disappointment to the doclarer. If, for example, North had put down two diamonds and two clubs, South can virtually claim his contract, announcing his in- tention to conceded one club- trick and ruff the remaining two clubs in dummy. As matters stood, declarer had his work cut out for him. He cashed the ace and king ot hearts first to draw trump and followed this by leading ace of spades. When the queen dropped from East's hand, South paused to reflect. East's spot had all the appearances of a legitimate play which was reinforced by the bidding. East's vigorous activities during the auction on an Meless holding strongly sug- gested that his holding was highly distributional. On this tasis, South decided to play his opponent for a singleton spade. He therefore continued with the six of spades and when West followed with the four, the seven was played from dummy. East showed out discarding a diamond. Declarer cashed the king of spades, discarding a club and continued with the ten of spades on which he shed another club. West was in with the jack of spades, and since he had no more clubs, his next play could only serve to provide assistance to his opponent. A spade return would ena- able South to get rid of his remaining club. A 'diamond shift would permit South to ruff in dummy while he shed his last club. In either case, his loss on the deal would restricted to one trick. BUGS BUNNY I WANT TO SEE ABOUT I OL'PAL A LOAN! HERE AT "EASY- POES-IT'THEKES ONLY ONE FORM TFILU OUT! START RIGHT IN AT TH'TOPIJ l AMP THE POOK THAT WAS "THE HEARTY TWINS ANP THEIR MAGIC CANOE'l'.ANP PEFOKETHAT: "THE WHY CAN'T HE WJV HIS OWN POOKS AN' STOP HEARTY TWINS AMP THE HAUNTEP IT'S BLONDIE-By Chic Young DASWOOR. WHY ARE YOU SO TIREP AND WORN-OUT WELL, ANVWAY, THAT MADE TO ME KJCW WHERE IS HE? HE'S SUPPOSES TO J BE CUTTIMS THE GRASS BEtflE BAILEY-By Mort Wolkei VESTERPAV IT WAS THE COtONEL'5 KIP- NOW i HOPE You DON'T BETS SUCH A KICK; our OF IT 111 ABNER-By Al ..LOOKED H'SAME 5.LD NOPE.'.'-TM1 CftOOKgDBST ISTH' DOGPATCU AH DON'T UNMERSTAt-; WHUT fAAH LATE PAPPY MEANT- SAVIN' WE GOTTA TRAVEL I70O tSGlTTIK OOT.'.' HEDRUTHERSTAYIN -POIWT HIM STRAIGHT AHEAD-AN' HIS NOSE FRANKLY-WIF HIS '-00-TAVSHUN DRUTHER BEST WAV TO MEASURE 17OO CROOKED ARCHIS-By Bob Montono DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING SMALL AND LI6HTTHATI WON'T GET STUCK WITH? CAN LEND YOU A CAR. OH, DEAR, I'LL NEED SOME KIND M3UR LITTLE CAR NEEDS A COMPLETE BRAKE HI AND LOIS-By Oik Browne BABIES OF THE WORLD, UNITE.' I SAY NAPS ARE UNNECESSARY AND CUT INTO OUR I ALL OVER THE WORLD BABIES ARE PUT DOWN FOR HAPS WHETHER THEY ARE SLEEPY OR NOT.' ITS SO SHORT Frank O'Neo NO ONE IOVES ;