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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LEIHBRIDOE HERALD Thursday, July 6, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON time. I'HIDAY, JULY 7 gular schedules tend to lake wilh Ijolh competence id the lo express iiirself. Outwardly viewed, :lationships stand still, while dually becoming subtly in-nse, something else. To-iv's natives usually have a r'ong knack Tor accurate (March 21-April With uo special challenge or problem, take the lime to clear up your week, get everyUiing back to normal for near future. TAURUS (April 20-May Among the many Ihings lo spend money on, your home and personal needs should come first. Add something lo your savings wilh any (May 21-June Give others a little space and rest while you listen end think about what's happening. Then present your plans. Celebrate this evening. CANCER (June 21-July Select activities which require little or no close cooperation, double check facts. It pays to remember that machines do not care. LEO (July 23 Aug. Friends may be abrasive, harsh-spoken, but they help nonetheless. Consultation with leclmical experts is seek the best. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Scpt. ou may have lo work around group activities to get your work done. Lillle of what you are doing would be understood. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Early decisions tend to be premature new information, more people have to be taken into account. You can learn much by being alert. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov. you arc wide-awake you m have a brief insight lhat pi everything into a larger cc lext. You need extra care money mailers. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. U2-D( In effecl you wind up 1 week in competition and gc eral resistance gross or su le, according to what you a trying to do. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 J; You'll be proud of i straining your temper. Galh your wits and go on with essc tial activities. Let the latt hours be for prayer. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Vc Remember that not a minds follow similar logic pt leras; avoid misunderstand! by keeping discussion simp and basic. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20 Assign priorities early in L day, decide where your ma energy is lo be directed, sti to them. There's much lo and many distractions. (1972: By The Chicago Tribun LAWRE ll skipp Si! K Jrnr Dr. Laral) Can smok-cigarettes cause one's heart skip a beat or feel like it ps and starts real quick and rd. It sometimes [eels like a -ve quivering. The same feel-as when a nerve in your n or leg jumps, only in your sst over your heart. It seems ot harder and sometimes hot ar.d a sweat occur after skipping occurs. The feel-is really hard to explain. o. can smoking cause hard athing? have had chest x-rays, elec-cardiagrams and blood work, thev can't find out what is ising" this so the specialist aw said it must be my -ves and smoking. I smoke ack a day, somctirres more, lave tried to stop smoking failed. 1 have been smok-for about seven years. I 21 years old and the doc-s say my heart is perfect, really scares me when this >ping takes place. It doesn't ays happen every day, yet netimes it can happen a pie of times a day. ear Reader You are de-bing what many people call sped beats of the heart and ch are usually early of the heart. As long the heart beats right on e. a person is not apt to ce the heart beat, but if have one beat early, there i long pause that allows E. LAMB, M. D. ed beat be normal heart to fill with more blood Ihan usual. When all of this blood is pumped out with the next beat, it gives you the jarring feeling that you are complaining about. Very often people who complain of this problem do not have any evidence of heart disease. In fact, as I have mentioned before in this column, I saw a lot of apparently healthy pilots and even some astronauts who had these early beats. When they are mild and not frequent they won't be noticed. I do know that they can cause severe symptoms and make a person feel extremely uncomfortable, even though they may not be life-threatening or indication of a serious problem with the health. Some of these are made worse by anxiety. The hot flashes and the sweating and the changes in the heart beat that you describe all suggest that you may have a problem with anxiety. The reason for this, of course, is not apparent in your letter, but it can cause these kinds of complaints. Anxiety is usually associated with fear of some impending event or fear that something is going to happen. Smoking cigarettes aggravates anxiety and can cause the heart to be more irritable and cause the symptoms that you have. So can excess coffee and indigestion. You should stop smoking, stop coffee (you can substitute one of the cafeine-free products if you and start a good general Space Age Andy sends a complete 20-volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Lori Rebel, age 11, of Santa Maria, California for her quesiton: Exactly when did the Space Age begin? On October 4, 1957 the plane earth learned that the Space Age actually had begun. Hadio Moscow announced that its first satellite, Sputnik, had been successfully launched and was then orbiting the earth at a of about 900 kilometers. It was, of course, the first of many U.S. and Russian salel-ites to leave the earth and the realm of space. But naturally the first event was preceded by years of planning and it seems only fair to date it from the first idea. The Space Age was physical examinalion po sible. At thousands of statioi from pole lo pole, they r researched and studied a mu Litude of topics concerning tl earth-in-space. One of IGY's most ambitioi projects was to send a series man-made satellites into spac to orbit around the earth. can pinpoint the time and plac when this great idea was fir suggested and also name tl man who dared to dream th it was possible. The place w Silver Springs, a suburb c Washington in Maryland. Th lime was in the evening April 5, 1950. The man wa James A. Van Allen, a scienli interested in the upper leve of the earth's atmosphere. Th evening, he had invited a grou of colleagues to discuss the favorite topic. Van Allen was in his mi thirties, while several of thos present were considerably oldc :udy the IGY the Intcrna-ional Geophysical Year that lasted from July 1, 1957 to December 31, 1953. Future histor-ans may rate it as the SOMETIMES, IF HOD WIND AN ALARM CLOCK TOO TOnT, IT WON'T 60 OFF to year 2001 people overcome this problem by gradually increasing their exercise capability. Ask your doclor to check CALGARY (CP) A study your thyroid function. If you of Alberta's energy and re- continue to have these prob- source needs to the year 2001 lems, despite stopping tobacco has hecn undertaken by the and coffee and starting a mod- Electric Utility Planning Coun- crate exercise program, you should ;pe a psychiatrist and recently estab- see if he can help you with cil. The council, lished to co-ordinate provincial anxiety-provoking situations in electric pouer development, in- your life that may be aggrava- cludes private and municipally ting your problem. owned utilities in the province. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN if lln: Br Till Chluio TrlBUIW] East-West vulnerable. North deals. NORTH K Q J10 8 r O A 10 9 A7 WEST EAST A 943 A7G5 OAKJ65 W72 085 OKQ42 1082 K653 SOUTH A V Q 10 9 8 0 J873 QJ94 The bidding: North East South West 1 ft Pass 2 Pass 2 ft Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: King of O An inspired shift by East led lo the spectacular upset of South's aggressive three no trump contract. Altho North holds seven winners, he is a shade short of the requirements of a jump rebid. Partner's two- over-one response usually in- dicates an intention to hid again. South had a hare H high card points wilh a sin- gleton spade and perhaps he should have passed two spades. When he persisted lo two no Irump, North can hardly be blamed [or carry- ing on lo game. Went opened the king of hearts on which his partner followed suit with the deuce. Inasmuch as South appeared lo have Ihe queen of hearls as part of his values, a switch appeared lo be in or- der. West decided to atlack dummy's weaker side In order to not give East any allusions that he had any high card strength in clubs, West led back the eight of lhat suit as trick two instcr.d n( the deuce. The of flubs was played from dummy nnd tinsl pul up the king. H is East's relum at this point that determines the fate of the contract. If he plays back a dub for exam- ple, North wins with ace, the closed hand is entered with ace of spades to cash the queen and jack of clubs. The ace of diamonds puts North back in to run five spade tricks. In all declarer takes six spades, one diamond, and three clubs to score an over- Irick. If East leads back a heart West can cash two tricks in that suit to complete the de- fensive book, but that is the end of the line. If he shifLs lo a diamond, North plays the ace. The closed hand is entered with ace of spades to cash the queen of hearls and then (he ace of clubs puts dummy in to run Uia spades for nine spades and one in each of Ihe other suits. If declarer has the ace and one spade, there is no lo defeat him. The only chance for the defense is to find South with Ihe blank ace of spades. If Ihis is, in fad, the case, then a dia- mond switch will cut Soufh's line of communications so that he is unable to cash out all his Iricks. East according- ly led hack Ihe king of dia- monds, and in so doing, scul- lied his opponent's boat. 1 South played the ace of diamonds from dummy. In order lo run the spade suit, he was obliged lo return to his hand with the ace of thai suit and Ihcn load back lo Ihe ace of clubs lo play five rounds of spades. JIc new attemplcd lo get hack lo his hand by lending lire Ion of diamonds, but East put up the queen and relumed the carefully preserved seven of hearls so that West could Ihe selling trick in lhat suit. The defense tool; Ihrcc hearls, one diamond, nnd one rluh. est year of our times, though not because it was 18 months long. After years of planning, scientists from 66 differ- ent nations teamed together to give our planet the most thor- Firecrackers sale ban advocated ST. ALBERT (CP) The sale of firecrackers should be prohibited in Alberta, a coro- ner's jury recommended after an inquest into the deaths of two children in a tent fire. Kimberley Hammer, 9, and Dianne Rosenburg, 10, died May 21 when the tent in which they were sleeping caught fire. Three other children, Bruce Hammer, 5, and his three-year- old brother, Keir, and Karen Bergman, 10, were injured in the blaze, believed caused by firecrackers. The children were sleeping in a tent in the back- yard of the Bergman home. The jury recommended an outright ban on firecracker sales with the exception of sales through specified outlets to per- sons representing public fairs or exhibitions holding a permit from the provincial fire com- missioner's office. The recommendation closely 'ollowed that proposed by prov- incial coroner Dr. Max Cantor, who presided at Ihe inquest. Dr. Cantor told the hearing the inquest was to assist the attor- ney-general to eslablish rules and regulations governing the sale and use of fireworks of all types. He added municipalises now j lave the power to control sales nit a province-wide ban was necessary to provide effective control. C. W. Audersoii secretary of Xcau Grain WINNIPEG (CP) W. Anderson, a Morris, Man. farmer, has been named secre- tary of Xcan Grain Lid., a sales and export company. Xcan is owned by Allicrtn Wheat Pool, Saskatchewan Whent Pool. Manitoba Pool Ele- vators nnd United Grain Grow- ers Lid. Mr. Anderson recently re- signed as ,-i director of Mani- toba I'ool Hlcvators lo join Xcnn's full-time staff. and already world famous in their field. But everyone lis- tened while the younger Amer- ican outlined his fantastic plan for a project to explore beyond the limits of the atmosphere into the realm of space. This friendly meeting of scientists let step by step to the great IGY project. As the plans progressed, many diversified programs were added to the overall pro- ject. But James Van Allen re- mained in charge of America's research aloft. Russian scien- lisls agreed that man made satellites were possible and the ;wo countries planned to launch several during the IGY. We may say that the Space Age was proved possible when the :irst of these man-made satel- lites was launched into orbit. But surely the birth of the Space Age can be dated from April 5, 1950, when James Van Allen convinced his colleagues that the great dream was pos- sible. Afetr more than seven years of plans and preparation, it vas the Russians who provided he first proof that man-made craft can be launched into space. Their Sputnik was Up There, visible from most inhab- ted parts of our planet. Be- fore sunrise and after sunset, it could be seen shining brightly n Ihe sky. Others followed and step by step mankind ventured "arther into space. Recently, landed on the moon and our amazing Space Age "las no end in sight. Questions asset] by cniTilion of Herald readers snould be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box r'55, Hunlinglon Beac'ni California (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) Bridge results 1. D. Cranslnn flnri A. Ruridnll; I. Shaw E.. J M Rjlh M. McDonnell. Hflmlllon Wed. Evcnlnq D B C June 73 N.S. 1 D. Mirer, ana R. Sp'ackman; J. n. NIKson ana R. 1 Dr. W. C. Eroaclfoat nnj nri'.aV E.W. 1. W. J. rilrrl' and R. J. inielen; M. Jurhovirn nnfl H )ur. and M. Mr> lell. Novlco dime 1. MW 1, lied Mr. and Mrv FT. Mc- llfoy wilh Pal Monanhao and r. Lyn- arih; .1 Mr. and Mr', d Ward Thursday Nlqhl O..DC. June 39 N.S. I. R. Snnckmnn nnd D Wiinn' 3. Mr. and D. I nwentoro; 3 F. McDonald and L. Smilh. E.W. 1. I. Shnw and E. Mandcrr.; 1. P. Premacliiik nnd M. McCann; 3. G. Mundell and Ihrri-. Friday Nlnhl n.D.C. Juno 3D M.S. 1. D. wlron and R. i.pnchman; r. Gocdrr.nn nnd r. w. 3. M. R. nnd [1. Juikcwlcli. I. Dr. and Mr'.. W. C. Hrnad- Foot; 3. C. Rolyrls and N. Jurkovich; J, A. Klreer And W. Scnmld. TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan WE'RE TAKING OUR ANNUAL PALEFACE SCALP INVENTORY, COLONEL. I'LL NEEP A PREAKPCWN ON YOUR GARRISON; WELL, LET'S SEE... WE HAVE REPHEAPS, PALPIES ANP 1.HONEY PEISE! BLONDIE-By Chic Young HONESTLY, SHE'S ABSOLUTELY HELPLESS WITHOUT ME BEETLE BAlLEY-By Mart Walker TELL YOUR COB TO RELEASE MV HE MERElY vVArlDEREP IN ONE DAV COLD ANP AMD I LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp LE'SGIVEA CHEER FO' TH'OKIE WE OWES IT TO- TH'WOLF GAL." SHE LEFT HER BELUWID PACK, AM1 BECOME ON EO'US SWEET NORMAL. DOGPATCH KIDS.'. DOGPATCH HAS WOM THE PERFECT ATTENDANCE PRIZE ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I SEE HIS WHAT OO YOU MEAN, ON YOUR "HAS THE A. JOLLY GIANT GOT A SORE. THAT'S MY NEW SURF- HOW DO TrOU LIKE IT? I LIKE IT RIGHT HERE. ON YOUR PORCH.' THINGS ARE DANSEROOS LAST SUMMER CM A BIS WAVE THREE OF US HIT THE WHO BEACH CAME IN THE BOARD A. THIRD WAS FIRST... I WAS HI AND LOIS-By Dik WHATfe HAPPENED TO VOJI BATH WATER? IT'S PURPLE' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal 'DO SOMETHING TO PUT THE WITCH IN A GOOD MOOP, BUGS BUNNY WHAT'S WITH MY PAU, ELMER FUPP7 t THOUSHT HE WAS READY TCO HOME i HE1 HAD A RELAPSE AFTER HE SAW HIS j BILL1 ;