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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD May 1174 Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I'm 16 and think I'm going crazy. Several days ago I stayed home from school because I felt sick The second day I was and I kept listening for noises and thought someone was sneaking up on me to kill me It was the same way the third day. this scared the hell out of and I'd pull the covers up to my start jerking and then I'd cross my arms in front of me and pull on the covers and about tear them apart. This happened three or four I can't remember for sure I can't sleep very and when I do get to sleep someone is always after me in my dreams They seem so real it's hard to tell if it really happened Since I'm depressed I want to be by and if someone comes into the bedroom it makes me mad if someone says or does something I don't like I start griping Usually I get along okay and keep my mouth shut I'm noi hungry so I can get along on a glass of juice for dinner and supper. I lost five pounds in four days The only thing that bothers me now is I'm nervous as heck and hdle the thought of going to school where everyone is I forgot to suicide has entered my mind I have an urge to throw my arms through a window and cut them I haven't done but I ve broken a light bulb and taken the glass and put it in my hands and squeezed it. I guess 1 hoped it would cut me but it so I stepped on it and ended with the same results When I go back to school I have speeches to say and it scares the hell out of me to get up in front of the class. do you think it's possible I could get out of them' do you think I'm going crazy' Thanks for any advice Dear Reader you are having trouble. You have some rather severe symptoms of emotional illness thought of self destruction combined with the difficulty in separating dreams from reality is an indication you need some help I do not like the word because it doesn't accurately reflect a medical problem which is an illness Emotional illnesses need to and often can treated just as much as a physical like a broken arm. It is important that you get professional help now. The best results usually follow early treatment. You are a young woman with a full life before you. With medicine and counseling a great deal can be done to help you get the best results. It could also mean the end of those frightening thoughts of someone slipping up on you to kill you. I don't want you to delay a single day Go see your doctor at once. If have your mother arrange it for but don't put it off. Dear Dr. Lamb I have this mole on my chin and hairs grow out of it. Is it safe to pull these hairs or Dear Reader You should avoid irritating a mole. That means leave it alone You should simply cut the hairs off with a pair of not a blade Moles in locations where they are constantly irritated from a a strap or where a person shaves should be removed. 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 send 59 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Your horoscope lyJtaneDaon Flashback The Winnipeg Strike began 55 years ago today in 1919 and the city was paralysed for 41 days. The Robson which later investigated the found it had been aimed only at improving wages and labor's bargaining but most government bodies feared a Bolshevik revolution was brewing Several labor leaders were sent to prison under the war emergency sedition law Section 98 which was not repealed until 1936 1879 A protective tariff was adopted by Canada as a national policy. 1912 The boundaries of Ontario and Manitoba were extended 1932 Premier Tsuyoshi Inukai was assassinated in Tokyo MAY II Your birthday This should be a year of disciplined of getting into your regular stride for long range progress. You can expect added personal responsibility along with a probable increase in your income and authority. Relationships develop slowly at then deepen swiftly and tend to become permanent. Today's natives usually have an emphatic manner and a streak of creative originality Aries 21 April Special opportunity is yours if you take the trouble to seek it You have much favor quietly offered. Complete neglected work without being prodded Taurus 20 May Be wide awake and energetic. It's a quiet day in which you must furnish all the so take on no more than you're sure you can handle Gemini 21 June Influence actually rests more with people behind the scenes than with those who demand attention. Take the time to observe Bring home a cheerful surprise for your loved ones. Cancer 21 July The faraway and long ago tend to come back and demand your attention Consider your bring them along where you can conveniently do so Leo 23-Aug. Slow but sure is your motto for the day. Consultations bring forth many most of them useful Late hours are good for entertainment Virgo 23 Sept. Go right into the day expecting no special get your work done right the first time Find or give a modest party or equivalent in the evening. Libra 23 Oct. Important people are more easily influenced You can obtain support for any reasonable project Whatever responsibility you carry today comes to general notice. Scorpio 23 Nov. Despite a relative lack of you can work out an advantage for yourself today. Romance is readily for others first and incidentally for yourself Sagittarius 22 Dec. Home maintenance and repairs are along with attention to family budgets and plans If you're do something about it. Capricorn 22 Jan. Creative work is your best choice today. Serious analysis shows you an inside track on what most people view as speculative Ask favors where you need them Aquarius 20 Feb. is your keyword for today's success There's no use rushing the increase comes at a later time. Make do with what's handy and keep going Pisces 19 March Short errands are can usually be combined successfully into simpler moves Change routines where you can make a little extra progress. The Chicago Tribue Ask Andy Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN Tht Tntaw North- South vulnerable. North deals. NORTH 4 A843 0 Q987 WEST 4 K65 9 7 5 0 ASS Q1097 EAST 62 10 843 0 J42 A J 6 5 2 SOUTH A QJ1097 V A62 0 K106 43 The North East South- West 1 0 Pass 1 Pass 2 4 Pass 3 0 Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening Nine of South thought he was in- creasing his chances two- fold and thus giving himself the best shot for his spade game What he really did was reduce a surefire contract to a guess. After North raised to two South did not have quite enough to insist on game. he did have sufficient values to make a move towards and he decided that showing support for his partner's diamond suit was the bid most likely to en- courage North. In this he proved to be an excellent for North was at the top of his raise. West did not want to lead from a suit where he held something of so he elected to lead his top heart. Declarer won the ace in his hand and ran the queen of trumps. When the finesse suc- he continued with the jack of and West again played low. A trump to the ace picked up the king. Declarer now lead a dia- mond to his king and West's ace. West shifted to a and East captured dummy's king with the ace. A club was returned to the nine and West put dummy back on lead with a heart. There was no vfay for declarer to avoid losing another diamond trick for down one. Declarer's play was a trifle hasty. He should have real- ized that he could afford to lose two club tricks if he could hold his diamond losers to one. after draw- ing West's last de- clarer should first have cashed his remaining heart winners. Now he can afford tc lead a this gives up any chance of winning a trick with the king of clubs and presents the defenders with two club but it also guarantees the contract. After they take their two club which- ever defender is on lead is endplayed. If he broaches the diamond declarer is given a free finesse for the which limits his losers in the suit to one. If the de- fense plays either a heart or a declarer will ruff in dummy while discarding a diamond from his and again he loses only one dia- mond trick INSECTS Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Ricky age of for his Do insects really have more than two We cannot judge the insects by our way of doing things. For some have ears in their legs or abdomens They sense touch and possibly taste with their antennas. A few have no eyes at all. When some insects have a dozen or so simple eyes Some adult insects have two eyes but many of them have five. Many adult insects have the same sort of vision as the bee She has two large compound eyes and three small simple eyes called ocelli The two compound eyes are those big one on each side of her head She cannot turn her head to look around. But her domed eyes can see the scenery on all also front and back. We more or less how they work. But we know less about the three small set in a triangle on her forehead. When an insect's compound eye is greatly it looks like a dome set with honeycomb all neatly fitted together. Each cell is a tiny lens that captures a picture of the scenery It has a tiny retina screen and a tiny nerve to relay information to the insect's brain A clear picture depends on the number of lens in these compound eyes. Certain worker ants have only six compound lens Each catches a glimpse of the scenery from a slightly different direction. But the total effect must be very dim and blurry. The house fly has lens in each compound eye. Together they form a picture that must look like a neat mosaic of six-sided sections. She gets a clear view from all directions which makes her so hard to swat The dragonfly has even sharper vision for each of her bulging eyes is fitted with about little lenses. These compound eyes are able to detect the slightest movement in the scenery. This is important because an insect needs to know when to flit from a possible foe. compound eyes cannot be focused on objects near and far. They catch a good picture of the scenery only up to a few feet but not insects have three ocelli on the forehead These organs are called simple though nobody is quite sure how they help the if at all Researchers have covered a bee's compound eyes to see what happens The remaining ocelli do not seem to for she acts as if she is blind When only the ocelli are a bee can see but not quite so well It takes her a little longer to notice changes in the light For this it is thought that perhaps the three little extra eyes help the compound eyes to sense brightness and perhaps give sharper pictures Many insects have color though there is no way to know whether a yellow flower looks the same as it does to us In their own they can detect blues and yellows and greens But apparently they see red as or colorless And some insects can see colors in the ultraviolet range which we cannot see. humans see 100 times better than a sharp-sighted fly QuMtions asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntlngton California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Fun with figures certainly 2 feet shorter than the other said it's 18 inches Peter nodded I see he declared. you say they're both the same area replied Greg. 90 square feet What were the dimensions of the two rugs' Yesterday's SIPS was 1781. LI'LABNER THERE IS A REWARD i WOULD BUT HI. WAS RELEASE TUB kLAOMERj OLD BOW HE'S MUtkflY IN SOLITARY FIEMD.'.'JV 59 YEARS. SERVES THE BLIGHTER RIGHT. QUITE. A TRIUMPH ITHATWAS. QUITE. EXCEPT FOR. ONE THING. WAS HERE'fTHEA WORIP MA6LE SCOUT A SETTIN60FF y HE TAKES LJITH HIM ONLY THE BARE NECESSITIES EXTRA FIRST-AIP A A COMPAQ SHORT MBS I CANT SAV MUCH SYSTEM HI AND LOIS MAYBE MY DOO IMITATION DAP THINKS SO ISN'T SO GREAT AFTER ALL BUGS BUNNY IF THAT'S ANOTHER SUGGESTION FOR LONGER COFFEE SHORTER. WORKING HOURS AND BLONDIE LET'S TAKE A VOTE- WOULD YOU RATHER EAT DINNER AT HOME OR GO i I'D RATHER- EAT AT YOU LOSE TWO TO ONE I FORGOT TELL YOU DAISY VOTED WITH ME j- ARCHIE nn'Qc- WITH A IN THE WE'RE VOLD GOIN0 TO PAINT USED A THE WALLS BRUSH AND I WANT YOU TO SHOW THE COLOR FOR HAGAR THE HORRIBLE THAT LOAP MUCH TOO BEETLE BAILEY ITiS ALL IN THE LET ME PEMON5TRA CAPTAIN SCABBARD TUMBLEWEEDS sir _ WHY WOULP AN IN PI AN A ;