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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LSTHBRIOCE HERALD Tunday, 19, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON WEDMvJDAY, JUNE 20 Your birthday today: Brings the first in a series of successful, though difficult. choices. You are in strange but favorable terriicry all vesr. Relationships sparkle. fixed in purpose than Gemi- LIBRA (Stpt. 23 Oct. i ni usually indicates. Goad indentions abound. UK ARIES (.March 21-April some be yours. Sss if you _can ore S Bring in fric-nds and neighbors, I bring your schemes -----'disiribu.e your good will. Ask jenny with the world. i what they can do to facilitate i mutual progress. an! Iiar- THEN IT fcJAS THi MSXM, ANP PKETTV SOON L00KSP LIKE A 160T THh? OR sfcwetHINff LAST OF THE NINTH? T LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. viruses iiCOKPIO (Oct. 23-Xov. 211: ;Gtt an early start, tackle the TAURUS (April 20-May 20) :j most important chores firs.. i Step right up, claim whatever Tiie day promises exceptional i vcu feel you've earned. Push j gains. 1 pending business daals; clcee if you can. GEMINI (May 21-Jime TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryttn cancer cu Iprits? SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Your patience is tested. i mostly with details of creative Even-body seems to have j endeavors, facts and figures in j i something to show ami I business. j iK them but keep your own i CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan.; pi ejects confidential. j Modern conveniences come CANCER (June 2l-Jnly i into unusual applications in i proved this fie helpful to those you cherish, -your daily living. Caution and Home life is better: changes I practicality are Dear Dr. Lamb I read the i has I A CtHAiV- Lilt vi -.I. I means that it hasn't been prov- i an awful lot more people v.-ith STtait do w how I cancer than occurs. Nor does many individuals will be add-! the presence of a cold sore ma this juicy tidbit to their I mean tiiat such individuals will files and bev.-are of transmit cancer to anothei per- mi to i CIS 1) the! ma the fellow v.ith cold seres. .son. I cold sores, on the aver- I may have merely of once a year and I know you. but the point I am trying other adults, including chil- to make is that there apparent- dren who have those huge, j ly are two factors related scabby, unsightly sores. From i developing any cancer. reading the article would you susceptibility or tendency of the and 2 virus. or whatever it may a lousy cold sore that I dislike be. The causative agent may and have no control over. I produce tissue damage, r-s realize the article in the paper might occur to the lung eel's was done tor medical reasons, from cigarette If ent upsats plans you know [favored. btas about. I PISCES (Feb. VIRGO 23-Sept, j Tact and diplomacy are essen- It is time vou took others into j tial in toaoy s crosscurrent. conficence. at. for! Personal plans may be temp- current projects. chants prsrily ;in yom. possessions. wardrobe, prsr 197 sidetracke. The Chicago Tribune HIGH THEIRJ 6ZSS YA NO WHY I'M HEARi LUCK, FELLAi YOU'RE UTEJ HALLOWEEN'S OVERi IP ITS ANY THE MASK'S HILARIOUS] I60TS A PATE WITHYW, PAU6HTER! BLONDIE-By Chic Young say that I am a suspected can- person to develop one and cer carrier? I would hate to I the causative factor, vir be shunned simplv because of chemical Ask Andy smoking, or but" can you imagine the reac-; tissue dama.ge_ from nutri- tions of people who are plagu- i bar o! chemical substances cd with cold sores. I wish you classified as carcinogenic (csn- would help me and my fellow, cor producing avid cold sore sufferers cut with a comment on this news article. Dear You really are an optimist if you think it's one i m the susceptible person the i damage may lead to career. In ihe hooes of establishing statement on Electrolysis Andy sends a complete 20- voliaiie set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Paul CaUerson. 11. of Salem, Oregon, for his question: j How does electrolysis work? Electrolysis works without j the help of human hands.! Therefore, it must substitute j for mus- "to keep "people from i fairly complex subject, let me soma kind of energy being alarmists. Regardless of j say again that tiiere is no evi-; c-le power. It draws its basic how carefully and plainly facts dcnce that individuals who have work energy from an electric are expressed, individuals who cold sores are unusually likely current. How it uses this de- tvant to be alarmists will anyvray once a woiTier ways a worrier. Much experimental evidence'. transmit cancer to other pso- create selected chemical reac- implicates viruses in the de- pie. m velopment of cancer. viroses axe all around us on our skin, clothes, in the air j paper. P.O. Box 1531. Kadio City Station. New York, N'.Y. 10019. For a of Dr. Lamb's new booklet on cers. send 50 cents to same address and ask "Ulcers" booklet. this work is electroplating, such as coating a spoon of in- expensive copper with silver. The molecules lost by the anode are gained by the cathode. In this case, the silver anode _ is worn dov.Ti by chemical erosion and its molecules transfer themselves to the spoon. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to A s k Andy, P.O. Bos 765. Hunticgton Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 197U BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker tions. These' reactions transfer Send your questions to Dr. j particles from one substance Lamb, in care of this news- to another. breathe. Why is it that one person develops an illness from a virus and another one does not? The difference is in the susceptibility of the indivi- duals or their levels of resis- tance. The cancer victim may have lost his resistance mschamsras in the body causing him to be susceptible to substances, in- cluding viruses, which m a y cause cancer. In plain language, even til- ths- for Dreamers dreamed for ages of moving mountains and, to some mighty modern machines made the miracle i possible. On an invisibly small scale, electrolyists moves tilings __ _ kgre to there, fragment i SONG BANNED by fragment. It needs no mon- j PRETORIA, South Africa j strous equipment or brute j Folksinger Pete See- j force. The secret lies in using ger's recording of We Shall chemistry skills to perform i Overcome has been banned in mini-miracles with electricity. Africa, whose white-mi-j The equipment is an electro- nority government follows an i tytic ceil, which may be quite GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREX If73, ChiC490 Tribune North- South vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A A Q 9 7 6 9 7 6 WEST KS C A Q J S 4 t E.1ST .no 5: 5 2 A A 9 6 3 the cold sore virus were prov-: official policy of racial ssgrega- small. Basically it is a tan' ed to cause cancer which lion. fitted with an opposite pair of j electrodes at I ached to two ends j of wire from an electric cir- j j cnit. The electric power must i be direct current, perhaps from j a smallish battery. j The tank contains an electro- j i lyte. a chemical solution known j to be a top-notch conductor of electricity. It may contain cer- 1 tain me.'nllic salts, acids or bases. Often the electrolyte is j a solution cf silver cyanide, j The materials selected for the j opposite electrodes depend on i j the job to dene. These! are submerged in the chemi- j ca! bath and when the current j is turned on they act as aa i anode and a cathode. j i Suppose we wish to surface j a copper spoon with silver. The; j spoon is set up to act as the I j cathode. The anode is a bar! 1 of silver. The mini-miracle is 1 performed by electrons, those negatively charged partic'es i that swarm around the positive i i nucleus of the atom. i Zillions of electrons are at-1 j tached to atoms and molecules; j in the electrodes. An atom or j molecule is electrically neutral i when its number of negative J electrons equals its posit i v e j j protons. But when the current! j is turned on, swarms of elec- Irons use its energy to leave i home. A molecule that gains i .South Pass 1 NT 2 A Pass 1 Pass Pass Pass J 4 2 SOUTH A K in f .no 9 8 A K Q 10 7 5 The bidding: North TSast Pass I A Dlilc. Pass Dble. Pass Dblc. Pass Opening lead: King of 4 An indiscreet overcall by a member of the United States Team led to a substantial gain for Italy in today's hand, taken from last year's Olympiad won by the lat- ter's renowned Blue Team. The bidding given here oc- eurred at the table where the Americans held the North-South cards. North was the dealer and passed, and after two more passes opened the bidding with one heart. North chose to overcall with spade, a doubtful procedure in view of the unfavorable vulnera- bility conditions and the fact that partner failed open the bidding in third position he might have been expected to do with anything approaching the required values. In short. North had much to lose and very little to gain, inasmuch as he was offering the opposition a iieider's choice on the deal. East doubled, as he four defensive winners with the possibility of a further promotion in the trump suit if partner held a spade hon- or as part of his opening bid values. South retreated to one no trump in an effort to extricate his side. This bid was passed back to East. who doubled once more and nfter South ran a second t i m two doubled again. The bidding finally subsided at this point. West opened the king of .spades and when the srnnke had cleared, declarer ended up with five dealt the American team an 800 point setback. One spade or one no trump would have fared no better. At the other table. West slso opened the bidding in fourth position with one heart, but the Italian player seated North did not enter the auction and East and West routinely reached a contract of three no trump. declarer could have f aken 10 tricks, he played cautiously to assure his con- tract and ended up with a point proCit MOO for the t'-ir-k score plus 300 which is s v; a r d e d in touraamwt bridge for a Tion-vulnerable Since Italy had scored points at the other tnole with fhe East-West cards, their nr-t profit on the deal was points. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS The Russian military gov- ernment of the eastern zone of Germany announced 25 years ago would cut road, rail and ca- nal links between the west- em zones and Berlin, and the Berlin Blockade began. The western air forces en- abled the civilian population of Berlin to carry on by bringing in food and fuel by air. More than two million tons of freight was flown to Berlin during the year-long blockade at a cost of million. Western leaders said the blockade was an attempt to squeeze the Al- lies out of Berlin, while Russian officials said it was a protest against the estab- lishment of a unified West German economy excluding the Russian zone. first woman in spaoe. Valentina Teresh- kova of the Soviet Union, landed after 48 orbits of the earth. ON' As' SVL'-t. OUT O? y EVeB TO ,V'E THAT LI'L ABNER-By Al Copp AH MEEDS A UOG WIF A STOVE.50ME PIGS AM' A COUPLE O' BASEBALL BATS I TO LARK TH' STOOMTS STUDIES 'IN MO PL ACE. DOIT WE CAM A 1NDO6PATCH j( IMMEDI- l iT'LLCOST TO l> PLV IT HERB, AND 1 IN CONSTRUCTION FEES McGOOM TO REASSEMBLE 13 MOT A PATIENT MAM.1'' Bob Monlono THE IDIOT CAMCJ ABOARD IN ENGINEER BOOTS, AMD TOLD HIM HE COULDN'T RUM AROUND I I COULD ONLY V FIND j V DOWN I TOLD YOU TO SEE IF THERE WERE ANY CLO0S LIKE THESE JttjjjMas.va.vBsi. HI AND lOIS-Pv Dik Fun with Bv .1. A. H. HUNTER I Each distinct letter is this i an eieciron gains an extra ne-; addition stands for a particular becomes a j but different digit. If it loses an ga'.ive charge j negative ion. I electron it is left with an extra j positive charge and becomes a j positive ion. i In electrical matters, posi- j tives repel each other. So do j negatives. But opposites attract j each oilier. Ions from the sil- j ver electrode gravitate natur- j ally to the cathode and coat its j copper spoon with silver. I Electrolysis is used f o r numerous operations to trans- fer one substance to another, molecule by molecule. Most of Start by thinking about the letters G and A. It should not take long to get the BAG. I HEARD TrWT PLAftfTS 6RCW IF y TALK TO MAVBE COULD REAP THEM SCME THE NEWSPAPER A BHST SELLER WOULD BE SUREFIRE I'LL BET SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BAG (Answer tomorrow) Yesterday's answer: Len was I four old. HAGAR the HORRIBLE-By Dik BUGS BUNNY IT'S A 60AT 11 HOW PO VA F6EL. ABOUT VER FIRST DAY CN I TH' DON'T VOU SUR6, PUT CONSIDER TH'PAV WORKING IS GOOD ON! SET TALL USBOT' V, ITI PANfiEROUS? l'" JUST CTAV WITH A MB '.I'LL HAVE VA FEELIN' FREE AN' EASY IN NO TIMS! TH' mrsr THINS >A HAVE TJ ;