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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 IHE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, July 23, W1 Your horoscope Bv Jeane Dixon SATURDAY, JULY 24 Your birthday today: Be- gins a very active year with many irons in the fire, none quite hot enough to strike yet, none quite cool enough to put to full use. You learn self- discipline and tighter sched- ulifio; the main goal is to consolidate and improve your base. Today's natives are sel- dom interested in close co- operation with others of the same sex. may prefer going it alone if their mates are not actively involved in their ca- reer efforts. AH1ES (.March 21 April Consistency is indeed a jewel leyond price. Little harm is lone sc long as you can sec and He discrepancies for future TAURUS (April 20 May jearn more about the care and improvement of health, plan for a medical check-up if you haven't had one lately. The few- er material transactions you deal with, the better. GEMINI (May 21 June A moment of truth and perhaps chaos arrives as you see the gap between plan and deed. Good-humorcdly pick up the pieces. CANCER (June 21 July By Jean plans from an entirely differ- Synthetic gems Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Richard Post, age 15, of Houston, Texas, for his question: How do they make synthetic gems? Tne earth creates gem stones from common minerals, taking plenty of time and often using immense heat and pressure. Their qualities and colors de- pend upon the different ingredi- ents used to make them. Syn- thetic gems are made from the same ingredients as natural gems. In some cases, nature's methods are copied to make them though in less time. Some of these man-made stones are equal to nature's own and at least one is superior. Another headed and why. Good counsel is needed but cannot be directly applied. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your style of life is subject to progressive change, but what comes today should be of your own choice. Being stubborn is at times a virtue. LIBRA (Sept: 23 Oct. Any temporary adjustment will do, nothing is actually perma- nent. Analyze rather than to in- stall or perform. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. You can be way ahead with just a little effort to salvage some of the resources going to in the laboratory is truly man- ide. So far as we know it was ra'eanizatim- ARRIVED SAFELY AT EA6LE CAMP, AMPAMHAVINSA600PTIME APlWfflW WORK US HAW HOUARE1HIN65UPAT THE CARE created by nature. Precious gems hard are and crystal shiny lattice crystals. Precious rub- i ies, emeralds and other corun- The basic igrcdients une u Older people turn out to be ex-1 beautiful synthet.e gem created LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. are easy to come by. but i' is far from easy to arrange their atoms and molecules in lattice crystals. In 1904, a French chemist perfected a method for making synthetic rubies and other corundum gems. His Ver- j neuil process still is used to make them. In 1955, American to TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN MOLE-EYE! WHAT SAGITTARIUS (Nv. 22-Dec. Young people intrude on your comfort and may upset your appointments. You have little choice but to help resolve their problems and confusion. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. What seems distressing now turns out tomorrow and next week to have no lasting impact on your course, partic- ularly if you remain calm and let the squalls blow over. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Systematic quiet analysis eventually works while those who hurry and shout finally lose vigor and effective initia- tive PISL'ES (Feb. 19 March Something has to be forgiven if you are to have lasting peace GOTTA PAY ON MY HEALTH INSURANCE: POYl WITH YOUR HAZARDOUS OCCUPATION YOU'RE LUCKYTD SET HEALTH INSURANCE! BLONDIE-By Chic Young Ovulation possible after periods stop 01 all that j anything I ibout the I i or restin. scientists found a method to; am) comfortable development, m'ke synthetic diamonds. s k jn cal dislinct le The Vcrneuil process uses then seek others t he svper-heat from an oxyhy- over share in lipir Dr Lamb 01 all that i anymmg that dis.........- i, wrtten about the I or resting state. During he have never read an answer to j complete menstrual cyde tbe my question _safe dmlv temcerature falls leach- m to discontinue the pill? I am vears old and have been taking the pill for five years But now my doctor tells me I don't need to take them any more I am terrified that I might get preg- nant My youngest child is eight and we liave 12 grandchildren. Am I driving myself crazy with worry for nothing or am I safe now? DEAR HEADER That IS a good question. A related ques- ing "its lowest point at the time of ovulation. Then the tempera- i drogen flame. For making syn- thctic mbies. the ingredients are powdered aluminum oxide with a trace of chromium oxide. The basic ingredients are about 52 per cent aluminum, and 47.1 per cent oxygen; the trace in- iturbs the basal greaient adds the ruby red col- or when powder is melted in the hot flame, it splatters a rain of fragments. situation. Bacl salami called in The hot particles are captured and coaxed to build a stalag- ture rises sharply about 0.8 de-1 mjte-shaped crystal. This grees F. and stays st that level --J i. until menstruation begins. If the woman who has stopped tion is frequently asked, that 1 have stopped periods can I still g _ The answer to these problems is the same, if you still produce ova, whether or not you menstruate, you can get pregnant. Ovulation can and docs occur in persons who do not menstruate. Ovulation usu- ally persists about two years after the menses disappears. The best way to approach the problem is to have a doctor, usually a gynecologist, do some tests to find out if you are still ovulaling or not. The charac- teristics of the mucus from the cervix changes at time of ovu- lation. Studies of the mucus helps identify if ovulation still occurs. Another helpful method is to study the oral temperature daily. The temperature should be iaken the first thing before getting out of bed or doing perature curve of ovuiation it is likely she is still ovulating and can get pregnant. To be certain about such an important mat- ter, though, tests should be stu- died by the doctor. The pill of course prevents having As long as one is on PreB" the pill the temperature guide won't help in determining if you will get pregnant or not after stopping the pill. In this case you could stop the pill and take daily tempera- tures a few months to see if the temperature curve changes Don't throw caution to wind, however, while you are off the pill unless you have your doctor's O.K. Incidentally, many good gynecologists feel that "continuing "the pill" after the menopause will prevent un- desirable menopause symp- ioms. A pill combination of two hormones maintains a near nor- called a bouls and good boule crystal can be cut and polished has stopped jjke a natural gem. How- has a tern- everi building these synthetic gems is costly and tedious and many attempts result in poor stones and outright failures. Synthetic rubies, sapphires, emeralds and other corundums are made in the same msnner from the same basic ingredient, though other metallic impuri- ties are added to create their different colors. Other methods may be tvsed to create synthe- tic corundum crpstals in molten alumina under enormously high temperatures. Synthetic diamonds may s created from carbonaceous in- p-edienfs in a special furnace. tne! The material is subjected to pressure and tremendous heat After all that trouble and ex- pense, this produces only flaw- ed and dark little diamonds suitable only for industrial use mal cyclic hor- mones and continued menstru- ation. This may be better than treatment with a single female hormore (estrogen) or a syn- thetic substitute. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES II. GOREN I c 1171: Br Tfle Tribune! East-West vulnerable. South deals. NORTH WASHINGTON ersons have become ill from mating tainted Genoa salami, a specialty meat product made by Armour and Co., the United States agriculture department announced Thursday- The com- pany is co-operating in a U.S.- wide recall of the product, the department said. The meat is produced by one Armour plant located in St. Paul, Minn., a spokesman said. "The recall was undertaken after it was determined that some of the product contained a toxin produced by staphylococ- cus the department said. "Illness from this toxin is characterized by nausea, vomit- ing and other digestive upset. The victims of the incidents have fully recovered." The illnesses were reported to have occurred in Kenosha, Wis.; Denver, Colo.; and Bel- lingham, Wash. A Qlii .11 2 EAST AKJ1.1 r A K s 4 f- 111 'J 1 Kasl Dblr. Pass 4 Pass A.1 9 WEST A 9 8 f> .1 0 Q J 10 3 2 C> .1 if K8 SOUTH A A 2 i 0 AKQ864 A A 10 6 The hidding: South West North 1 o 1'ass 20 2 ft Pass S Pass Pass Opening lead: Queen of apt to raise West lo (our hearts without (our trumps inasmuch as West did not promise more thin a four card suit when he hid three hearts. Since a second round of hearts did not, figure to live, West ought to switch to the only other suit-spades- in which the defense has an opportunity to develop tonal trick. Recently someone announced a a method to create synthetic gem quality diamonds but apparently the secret process is too valuable to be revealed in detail. Man-made copies of nature's rusty colored rutiie gems are built from powdered tinanium oxide. These synthetic rutiles are made by the same old Ver- neuil process. Some of them are brighter and more trans- parent then nature's own. And a certain synthetic gem called strontium tatanate has not been I found in nature. Creating synthetic gem stones is a costly operation requiring highly skilled craftsmen and lab conditions. The man-made crystals are perfect copies of Ihe natural gems. Sometimes they have fewer flaws and brighter colors. This may ex- i plain why a superior specimen of man-made emerald may be almost as valuable as a natural Questions asiierj uy cnilclrnn of Herald readers .should he mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box Huntington Beacli, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Water-going weed combine launched WABAMUN (CP1 A water- going weed combine launched here as the Hag. ship of the Alberta lands and forests department's new two vessel fleet. In a ceremony at Lake Wa- bamun Provincial Park, 33 miles west of Edmonton, J. Donovan Ross, minister of lands and forests, donned a peaked nautical cap and board- ed the weed harvester. The stern wheeler operates on the same principle as a landbound combine. Fork e d teeth cut the weeds off and a steel mesh conveyor transfers them to a storage bin topside. Th3 fleet's second vessel, a barge, shuttles the load to shore where it is picked up by another conveyor and dumped into waiting Irucks. Dr. Ross told onlookers, the equipment cost and should solve the problem of weed growth in the lake. Segregating lite sexes OTTAWA (CP) Transient couples may have to spend Iheir nights outside govern- mcnl-sponsorcd hostels if they want to sleep together. The secretary of state's of- (ice has ordered Carleton Uni- i vcrsity's co-cd dormitory to divide its one room with a par I ition segregating the I The order followed pub- lication last week in The Ot- tawa Journal of photographs showing transient couples ac- commodated together while single travellers im furled Ihoir blankcls nearby. Hostels across the country have generally been ignoring or bending Ihe condition nt- tnchcd to hosH grants that separate facilities he prov- ided. The Calgary hostel, for ex- ample, displays a list of regu- lations including "No sleeping together" but coiiplcs have been zipping their sleeping bags together anyway. One young girl at the Cal- gary facility, located in a church basement, complained that a male transient spent much of one recent night trying physically to force his way into bed with her. Wlvile mornlors of Ihe Car- lelon hostel arc rail happy with enforcement ot the rule say government should not interfere with the tran- sients' moral threat of losing Ihe second half of their grant is coming them lo comply. Ilnlil harriers have been built Ihe sleeping areas arc being scpnraled wilh signs rending: "Mnlc Chauvinists Hero" and "Feminists Here." HOW PIP SHE KNOW CHOCOLATE CREAM PIE I WAKE UP.' J CHOCOLATE CREAM? BEETLE BAltEY-By Mort Wolker AND IT WON'T HELP TO KEEP Me WlTrl I COMPtAW ANO COMPWH COOKIE, THAT WAS THE I EVER ATE IN UIFE.' 111 ABNER-By Al Copp 5UMPTH1M LIKETH'STATCHOO O'LIBERTV-OMLV A BIT MORE SAVSSUMPTHIU' LIKETH'STATaroO O'LIBERTV- OMLV A BIT MORE SWIWGIN.V lUGiYEYOUBACKA PACKOF ARCHIE-By Bob Montono OUR OUTFIEU3EK EVERYTWETHE OTHE BESIDES' WHOSE SIDf ARE YOU ROOTING WE'RE NOT ATA BULLFIGHT.' WHO SAID WE AND LOlS-By Dik Browne WAT'S WRewe WITT THAT? YOJ KNOW THAT SPECKLED TROPICAL FISH THAT I LIKED SO MUCH? WELL, IT PIED ANC I UPSET...- BO THIRSTY SAIP HE'D TAKE ME" OUT TO DIMMER THAT HUSBAND OF MINE JUST HAS NO FEEUNSS. SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal COMMUTER, NAME SOME.-THIMS SLOWER. -THE SLOWEST THINS ON THIS PL-ANET. I SOTTA DO GOME.THINI T' SET PETUNIA, OPF THAT PHON E... HMM! TH' SUPER. BRAIN R6WIN ;