Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE LETHBRIDGE HESAID Monday, July 3, 1972- YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON Tl'KSlUY, JULY I Your llirthility Toil.iy: Ini- lialive, the urge lo achieve sweeping change are accom- panied by restless energy lo supply llic means. Partisan views and controversy cliar- nincli of your plan- ning thi.s year. Today's na- tives (including Hie United Stales) are industrious, hun- gry for knowledge, intrigued by .small details, easygoing must of lie lime, but wilh a LAWRENCE: E. LAMB, M. D. Disease may Iriggcr overaclive ihvroitl readily reading temper. AltlISS (March 21-ApriI If there's a way of provoking you, somebody will blunder into it. It's up lo you how to cope will] it. by containing yourself. TAUKUS (April 20-May TJierc sliould bo no routine Lo fret over, unless you do the same Ihing every Fourth of July. Last minute changes are unrealistic. GKiMINI (May 21-Jinic I Select a few inleresting aclivi- lies. Unexpecled news comes your way, perhaps an invilalion j !o explore fields never seen. j CANCER (June 21-Jnly moods and temptations aside, your loved ones, good Dear Dr. I.amlj With the ex-1 to conic ami go; frequently as I friends claim your lime and al- of miltl anemia. I liavc i Slacks in (lie fall and spring.! Icnlion, arc somewhat crilica always been very healthy until i Sometime? I got the Fki. I wnsn'l given worse ailcr the problem is emotional strain, .iilibiolics until a month Inter I but there is no .specific link be- aiid I hnve had vomiting and Iwcen flu and an overaclive of tiie stomach muscles. Derpitc a IT- ibiuiic treatment my eyes rcniuin swollen and protruding, and I diagnos- ed as having an ovcractive thyroid. I have been taking a white pill called Tapazolc for i cally inherited disease. thyrnid. It is difficult lo what causes an ovcrnclive thyroid. There is some tendency for thy- roid difficulties to occur families, but nol momentarily. LKU (July 2.1-Auff. Far- away places fascinate you ask questions, make tentative plans. Meet as many fresh con- iacls manapc. VIRGO your Jife shows you how you can reasonably (Aug. 211-ScpL. '22 as a specifi- j firmly it is linked wilh the web of society in general, your own this. I go to (lie eye clinic every The main symptoms of a n and related people m parlicu- thrce months and have my eye- j overaclive Lhjroid arc a larpc j lar. LIW1A (Si-pi. 211 Ocl. Renewal of communicalions is today's llicme. You arc of great service in subtle ways you may nol suspect or undcrfUnd fully. SCOIll'IO (Ocl. 211 -Nov. Alert care and caution from a confusing start to a full and enjoyable day by letting things unwind al a natural pace. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. It may lake :i while lo gel your group lopclher and agree j on a program, but once started I you've got a (toy and evening of good fun. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. I Using the break fro in I normal babils for serious WELL, HOW DO W LIKE HAVIN6 A NEld SAW BROTHER' is ALL RIGHT, HOPED TO BE AN WT TOO LATE FOR THAT NOU... MMK IT'LL BE DIFFERENT WHEN YOU ALL 6ROU MMBE W'LL BECOME REAL CLOSE... TUMSLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Kyon HERE'S YOUR LEPGEK...ITS PAUEFACE SCALP INVENTORY TIME AGAIN! balls measured. Wlial I would like (o know is lioiv did I gei this and could this have been from the flu? Is il hereditary? I have no relatives tlnroid j iglit j for appetite, associated with wei, loss (if it were not for a other things, many people would like lo have excessive nervousness, inlolcrance lo heat thought as you make necessary j small journeys can bring indii- lion. AQUARIUS (.Ian. 20-Fcb. Activities involve younger people. Where you have a bobby well developed, a potential leap i forward into new benefits is I normal. j PISCES (Feb. IIWlaiTli 20V Lislerng through tb'j morning as you work mil details tells you I where your chance is later in die day lo build stronger family lies. I (1972: Thp CliicaHo Tribune I THAT'S WHAT I HATS THIS JOB... BtONDIE-By Chic Young Lrouble. is the life cxpec- j with excessive sweating, thin. lancy for a person wilh such a disease? Dear Reader your doclor does think you have an overaclive thyroid, or he would not bo giving you the white pill First, let me say that anlibiolics arc of no value whatever in the treat- ment of flu or any other real virus infection. Antibiotics are useful in the treating of bac- terial complications. Not get- ting penicillin has nothing lo do with .your thyroid problem. It is 'probably true though that your vomiting was asso- dry skin, sonielimes an increase in body temperature, fine hair, Apparently, overaclve digcslivc tract which ciated with an overaclive thy- roid. It is also true that an ill- ness can trigger off an allack of over-activity of Ihe Ihyroid if you already have Ihc underlying problem. In people with long- term overaclive thyroid prob- lems, the worst difficulties tend may include vomitnp and diar- rhea, fast heart rale and in some people the pop eyes that you are describing. The prominence of I be eyes _p is (nought lo be caused by a I hormone from the pituitary Bland, underneath Ibe brain and behind the eyes. This hor- mone overslimulates the thy- roid (Ihyrolropic hormone) and in some way Ihe development of Ihe prominent eyes. Host overaclive fbyroitl prob- lems can be controlled with modern medicine if the patient is diligent in following bis doc- tor's instructions. So most in- dividuals with these problems can expect lo gci along nilh a minimum of difficulty and re- main gainfully employed otherwise active. vue.tluni.s i ol Herald readers should mailed lo Ask Anily. H 0. iii5, Hunlinglou Beacd California 32648. Andy sends a complete 20- volumc set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Eric Bieber, age n, of Mundelein, Illinois, for his question: Why are sonic hailstones bigger llian others? A record-sized hailslone may measure 17 inches- around the BUT THIUK OF.ALLTHE CUM I CAM HAVE BET1VEEW SOONER AMD LATER r BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mor' Wollter waist and weight pounds. When a. shower of such icy am- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN (B Itn: Br Thi Cniuii Trlbyni] BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded; South Wesi North East 1 0 Pnss 1 V Pass INT Pass 2 Pass r "Whal do you bid now? clubs. Allho partner's two club call Is not forcing you lake further action Inas- much is your values should fit North's hand admirably, A flvo club contract may hinge on Jill bavins tew key Q. 2 Neither vulnerable, Es South you hold: AQ10643 The bidding has proceeded: Worth East South West 2 0 Pass 2 NT Pass 3 Pass 1 What do you bid now? spades. We cannot con- ceive or any sort of demand open- Ins that partner might hold wnlch, wouJd not be a ]flydown for slam. Your apadts and diamonds should BOlldlfy his ao that. If he holds Ihe other controls, he may be In position to go all the way. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4A108 0954 4AKJ8Z The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass 2 Pass 3 V Pnss What do you bid now? A. as you have a opening bid facing a part- ner who has opened ond Jumped, you must think In terms of slam and, as a temporizing measure, jou should hid three which partner in the siibscqiiPnL bidding will recognize as the ace. It Is presumed, of course, that hearts arc the aRrccd trumps, Q. "vulnerable, us South you hold: AK3 OA10 The bidding has proceeded: North East. South Pass i NT Pass Pass DbJo. Pass action do you take? have splendid defense a no irump contract ami pass. We have not lost, alirht of previous pass but. In view of the fact that he wis Milling lo double a no trump bid, he must be just under an opening bid himself. It Ii plain to bi icen that dummy -will be trickless, and this places quite Job on East's shoulders. Q. Soulh, vulnerable, you hold: 4KJ2WKS The bidding has proceeded: Soulh West North East 1 0 Pass 2 A Pass 2 0 Pass 3 o Pass What do you bid now? A. We recommend taking a chance on a. three no trump bid. Partner has slioun better than an average hand by his two forward responses, and there Is a good chance that you wili be able to run Ihe diamond suit. A lead up to one of your kings should prove helpful, and there appears a rea- sonable prospect.of collecting nint tricks. (J. vulnerable, and as South you hold: AQ10652 OS J.J36! The bidding has proceeded: Soulh West North East Pass 1 Dble. Pass Whal do you bid now? no conslderaUon lo a pass, for you have no reason to believe that you can defeat the one spade contract. Make an old fashioned response of two clubs, showing your best suit [outside ot the one that has been Q. vulnerable, as Soulh you hold: AA75 OQJ952 I The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 0 Pass 1 V Pass What is your rcbid? on trump, with this minimum it Is better nol Lo give an Immediate raise even you have adequate trump support. 0. 8-As South, vulnerable, you hold: AAKJ962 C3 OJ The bidding has proceeded: Suitlh West North East 1 A Pass 2 Pass 2 A Pass 3 0 Pass :i A Pass -1 Pass Whal do you hid now'1 our vernacular you havii run out of bids. Do not permit tlir- Mnglplon heart lo convert >ou into s nursemaid. You should pro- ceed under the assumption that partner was tuned In when you bid spades three times. If he has chosen lo override you. it must he with a suit that is at least HS good ns yours and probably belltr. and munition hils the earth it can rio enormous damage lo crops and even buildings. Animals and people may be injured or even killed. Fortunately, such giant hailstones are rare. Most of them are much smaller. However, even these can ruin crops when great numbers pelt down with great force. The details of hailstone crea- tion are somewhat mysterious, though meteorologists have a general idea how they are form- However, they are fairly certain why they come in dif- ferent sizes. It seems thai the larger pelleli need Ihe strong- est updrafts, massive con- centrations of supercooled mois- ture and a very long fall from perhaps len miles. You might expecl a fallen hailslone to be a solid pellet of hard ice. But if you slice it in half, you see that it is built in onion-skin layers. Usually Ihe inside has several layers of hard, clear ice alternating with layers of half frozen mush. This structure suggests lhat it grew by adding new jackets in different air masses. Hailstones form iji the cumu- lonimbus cloud we call a thun- derhead. This turbulent storm provides contrasting pockets of warm, cool and supercooled air, plus moisture and mid winds whirling in all directions. Us base is held aloft on warm currenls of air rising from the healed ground. Its supercooled Ihe way lo lire lop. More Icy jackets are added Eind these hailslones become giants. Al last they gain enough weight to break through Ihe rising up- dreift and come plummeting down. The size of a hailslone de- pends upon Ihe amount of fro-1 zen moisture built around il. i This most likely depends on i how long it slaved aloft in the cloud. If il starts falling from ten miles and a very strong updraft holds it aloft, it is like- ly to stay in the cloud a long time. There it gathers more and still mere frozen moisture. When hailstones falling from great heights arc held alofl a long time, they are likely to be whoppers. (C'onyrighl Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) DID you ANYTHIN6 ABOUT PREPARIN6 HIS ARMT LI'L ABNER-By Al Copp HIM, FELLAS.? 'Gonorrhea vaccine test scheduled OTTAWA (CP) A gonor- rhea vaccine developed by a federal health department re- searcher is to undergo its first large-scale test this fall in Uganda. The Greenberg vaccine a killed-bacteria vaccine devel- oped by Dr. Lewis will be tesled on about stu- dents of Makcrere University in Kampala. The test program is lo lasl Ihree years. Dr. Greenberg scid in an in- lerview today lhat Makcrere University was chosen as the test community because as in most of Africa, the population has a high gonorrhea rate and the university offered lo assist POOPAi'c'H WILL NOW WIN TH' PKRFECK ATTENDAMCE PRIZE- GET HELP.'.' .LPIE. THEV MAV CALL HERTH'WOLF-641, BUT SHE'S BIN J KNOWEDHER- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana lop may reach up six lo ten miles. There the air is below freezing. Most meterologisls suspect [he hailslones most likely slart to form at or near Ihe lop of a Ihunderliead. Perhaps they form as small ice crystals, suit- able to act as nuciei to gather more frozen or frozen moisture. As they fall, they pass lliroiiRli contrasting layers ol air, adding jackets of hard mush. Lower in in venereal disease research. BUGS BUNNY tlie cloud, (hey encounter up- drafts. But if these rising cur- rents are not too strong, they break through and crash down lo the ground as small or med- ium sized hailstones. Hmvevcr, .sometimes the up- drafls are strong enough lo keep medium hailstones, from falling. They even may whisk Ihcm nloft for another whirl Ilirniigli Ihc cloud, perhaps all Since the Makerere sludents all use the free university clinic, follow-up checks would be rela-1 Lively easy, he said. Canada's International Devel- opment Research Centre is providing n grant for the triai which will be conducted by Makcrere University research- ers. Tlie first community test of tho vaccine began last .January with about GO persons, most of them young Eskimos. The Inuvik trial is to continue for another year and Dr. Greenberg said it is still loo early (o know if the vaccine is offcclive niolcdJon against gon- orrhea. LOSE LICF.NCE Statistics show Quebcc- crs had Ibcir driving licences suspended in 1871. DON'T FORSET I'M JUST A LITTLE KIP WHO NEEDS PATIENCE, LOVE AND UWCES STANDING HERE COrAES THE LAW.' IF HE SEES YOU WITHOUT A DOG ON HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne TnAT SETTLES IT. NO MORE MONSTER MOVIES WHEN WE HAVE A BABV-SITTEff MOVM6 CURTAINS ARE WHAT SCARE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal VET pur >ou I OVA STRICT DIET? HE FOUND OUT MV HORSE WAS A HERNIA.