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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I am a 56- year-old and I'm very interested in having a face lift. Are there any after Does this type of surgery always turn out How long does one stay in the Which season of the year is or doesn't it matter whether it is cold or warm how can I get a surgeon who is highly skilled in this Dear Reader There isn't any reason why people should not have a face lift if they want to improve their appearance. This applies to both men and women. The best reason for wanting a face lift is to help you look better. in means it can help your outlook on and it often helps people in their careers or work. The only thing I have against them is that they usually cost too much. The operation is really not that difficult. It is important not to expect too much from a face lift. The change in appearance will not reverse the effects of age on your body. A person will not have a new improved sex life unless the psychic response simply removes old inhibitions or other psychological problems. The confidence may help her or him enjoy life more. There is quite a bit of difference in the techniques used. Incisions in the hair can pull the hairline back and enlarge the face. The facial appearance is greatly affected by the framing of the face with the natural hairline. Some techniques do very little to disturb the natural hairline. In a the scars can be easily hidden by the hair style. It can be done just as well for men with the current long hair style. In if you are willing to accept some small changes in appearance and don't expect to have a completely youthful the results are usually quite good. I am a bit about your description of There is commonly residual swelling of the but this is temporary. You can often have the procedure done with just an overnight stay or a day in the hospital. You will need to be for the doctor to see you usually for about two weeks. It doesn't make any difference what time of year you have the procedure done. Ask your doctor for a referral. If you don't want to ask him then call the county medical society and ask them to recommend a good plastic surgeon who specializes in cosmetic surgery. If you live in a small you can write the state medical society in your state capital or write to the nearest medical university. Address your letter to the chairman of the department of plastic surgery. Before surgery you must talk the matter over carefully with the surgeon. Be sure what his technique is and how much it costs. I think this pre- operative consultation is absolutely essential for cosmetic surgery. No good surgeon will operate on you without it. He will want to be sure you are not expecting too much and are really a good candidate for the surgery. Send your questions to Dr. in care of this P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on losing send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Flashback TODAY IN HISTORY By THE CANADIAN PRESS July 1974 Gen. George E. Pickett's division of 15 Virginia regiments charged Cemetery Hill at the Battle of Gettysburg 111 years ago today in 1863 and breached the federal army's first line before the Confederates wiped out. The in which of 4.800 officers and men marked the turning point of the Civil War. 1898 The United States fleet destroyed the Spanish fleet in the Battle of 353- Spanish were killed compared with one American loss. 1909 A fire at- Ont.. left of the residents homeless. 1940 The Royal Navy attacked the French fleet at Oran. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN ci The Chicago Tribune Both vulnerable. South deals. NORTH Q962 0 A64 K J 6 4 WEST' EAST A Void A K J S K 10 8 4 .1 9 5 3 0 J 7 S 3 0 10982 10 8 7 2 SOUTH A 10 8 7 4 .1 V A62 0 KQ The bidding South West North East I A Pass 3 A Pass I NT Pass 5 0 Pass NT Pass 6 0 Pass A Pass Pass Pass Opening Three of Declarer failed to pay a small and as a re- iult he wound up with a large leficit on today's hand. The auction did not take ong. Once North made a jump the only question n South's mind was whether lis side would end in a small grand slam. After check- ng on aces and South visely decided to contract for 10 more than twelve tricks vhen he learned that two were missing. West led a low and he sight of dummy pleased leclarer mightily. a bit if luck we'll make he said gaily. With he won the first trick in lis hand with the queen of clubs and laid down the ace of spades. Had either defend- er held a singleton king of South would indeed have made all the tricks. Un- West showed out on the first and now declarer had to lose two trump tricks. He had no difficulty managing the rest of the tricks for down one. Declarer was unlucky to run into a 3-0 trump break. That will occur only about of the and on half those occasions West will have three trumps and declarer will still be able to hold his losses to one trump trick by continuing with a low trump towards the queen. there was a safety play avail- able to South that would have guaranteed the contract. All declarer had to do at trick two was lead a low trump from his hand. If West follows with a low de- clarer inserts the queen. If this loses to East's the ace will draw the remaining trump. If East shows a trump to the ace will hold West to one trump trick. On this West shows out and East wins the queen with the king. His best return is a heart. Declarer rises with the overtakes the queen of diamonds and leads a low taking the marked finesse for the knave. After drawing the last trump and cashing the ace of de- clarer reenters dummy with a trump to the nine and dis- cards his .heart losers on the two high clubs. Your horoscope By Jeam Diion JULY 4 Your birthday Finds you hard at work or the planning of facing obstacles and seeking new answers. Obviously traditional solutions are not functioning 'well against current problems. Give yourself a break in prayer and meditation. The quality shared is high with the fervent will to progress. ARIES 21-April Having the holiday today is no great benefit to may actually distract you from things you really need to attend. Make the best of it. TAURUS 20-May Cooperation depends on starting out with full the will to give others the right to err as they work things out for themselves. GEMINI Lean on yourself and your own resources today. Handle important details yourself rather than assume somebody else knows what you want. CANCER 21-July Even very close associates want off the emotionally. Your own solitude is thus a benefit to all. Make this a quiet with time for rest and prayer. LEO 23-Aug. An extra reward is hut with it comes more work and heavier responsibility. Repercussions of past events still are intense. VIRGO 23-Sept. relatives are working at cross earning very specific comment but not very happy on getting it. LIBRA 23-Oct. Improve your home and its uses. Talk discreetly with people you can't ordinarly but keep remarks within original subject planned. SCORPIO 23-Nov. The more you talk about what you're going to the less likely you arc to do it. Either you talk yourself out of it or arouse people to discourage you. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Celebrate traditional things as calmly and safely as you know how. unless you're already a long way from runs to delays. CAPRICORN 22-Jan. With a full moon in your Sun Sign you're at the bottom of an annual emotional no direction to go except up. Restrictions are momentary. AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Use the holiday for all the little personal chores you can't get at during workdays and Sundays. This is no time to get in a hurry. PISCES 19-March Trends of recent days continue. You're in the middle of social have much to enjoy along with an obligation to help where you can. The Chicago Tribune Ask Andy Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Kent age of Vancouver. B.C. for his How can a thermometer show This clever gadget can do its work because heat is a form of energy and tiny atoms use this particular energy to speed up and spread apart. This is why substances tend to expand as they get warmer. Some substances expand more readily than others. These may be used to make thermometers and a scale of degrees is added to measure temperature from expansion. The average thermometer is a glass tube fixed onto a hollow glass ball. The fine hole through the tube is called the bore and its width is between one fiftieth and one thousandth part of an inch. The glass ball holds a reservoir of mercury and surplus mercury reaches part way up the tube. We can observe these facts merely by looking at an ordinary thermometer. When the little gadget is things are quite hot and enough mercury is sealed inside the glass to fill both the round reservoir and the tube. As things cool the level of mercury in the tube falls which leaves a small vacuum at the top of the tube. Now the sealed mercury is all set to take though we need something extra to translate its information. But first let's see why mercury is selected for this particular work. At ordinary this fascinating metal is a liquid. It boils at 673.84 degrees F. and refuses to freeze solid at temperatures above minus 37.95 degrees F. Certainly the temperature of the human body never goes to these extremes. The weather never reaches the boiling point of though in polar regions it has been known to drop below mercury's freezing point. Between these two slight changes in the temperature cause liquid mercury to expand and contract. This is because its atoms use heat energy to move faster and spread apart. as the temperature the amount of sealed-in mercury increases. The only place it can go is up the tube. as the temperature rises the thread of mercury rises higher in the glass tube. This sensitive metallic liquid also responds to slight heat losses. In this the loss of heat causes its atoms to slow down and move closer together. As the sealed in mercury loses it contracts and slides down the tube. All this is very interesting information. But it does not tell a thing about how a thermometer takes your temperature. For this job we need a measured scale of degrees. This shows precisely how much the mercury expands and contracts. And from this we know just how much heat was gained or lost to cause the changes. A weather thermometer and the average fever thermometer are measured in Fahrenheit degrees. On this the temperature of boiling water is 212 degrees and its freezing point is 32 degrees. Questions asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to AsK P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Fun with figures By J A. H. HUNTER your Aunt said Doug. old are you Ann smiled. a big but you figure it she replied. two years time I'll be three times as old as you'll be. Quite different from my birthday 7 years when my age was the square of You Thanks for an idea to F. C. Ontario. Yesterday's THIS was 1985. PIPN'T UP AT CAMP BETTER GO FOR HIM... i DREAMING THAT i WAD BEEN INVITEP OUT TO PINNER ALLEN SHORT MBS VOU WANT ME PARSON L__PA f JUST WALK THE PATH Jka. HIAHDUHS 1 IT DOESN'T GO WITH ANYTHING J YOU X ITS WEARING THAT FAVORITE SHIRT SHIRT BUGS BUNNY QUIT HORSIN AROUND AN' eer T' WORK ...WE GOT A DAY AHEAD O' US BLONDIE WAS YOUR WANTS YOU TO BRING HOME A LOAF OP BREAD I'LL. NEVER KNOW HOW t SHE TRACKS ME DOWN SOMETIMES i TMINK SHE'S PART WIFE PART 1 BLOODHOUND ARCHIE ARCHIE SEE. THIS WILL BE IT'LL CHANGE i THE ENTIRE SHAPE OF OUR TOWN WHEN WE BUILD VERONICA SAID YOU WERE LOOKING FORA DEVELOPER PROGRESS.' CHANGE THE SHAPE BUILD IC3 HAGAft THE HORRIBLE IF YoiJ PoM'T YoLJR STAMPARPS YoUtu AUL-YOU WOULDN'T TOPAY IF I TrUT BEETLE BAILEY I DUNNO. I'VE ONE Of- FOR X77 GOVERNMENT TO REQUIRE RESTRAINT T08E A CHAN6E LI'LABNER TUMBLEWETOS WORLD'S AH THINKIN' O' SHE SOT NIGS KNOW AH A A IS LIKEWI THIS'LU A OLE LAPY- FINISH VL__. OLD- AH SOT 15 THEY'LL 21 STARVE- HOT PieeiTY.' T'WORRA'S THE FOURTH O'JULYJ THE PAY 1 6ITS T SHOOT OFF ALL M' O I PRESUME KOU KNOW THE REASON FOR ALL THE ;