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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE Ask Andy Rainbows Andy sends a seven-volume set of The Chronicles of TSarma to Beverly age of Newport for her question Why do rainbows Rainbows are rather rare and when we see it soon disappears. What's most rainbows tend to appear during the showery seasons when there's a frequent mixture of sun and ram. As a there are fewer during the gray winter and we may suspect that rainbows are going out of style Not at all We can expect them to appear again with the showers of spring Sometimes we get a glimpse of several during a week but this is unusual. A rainbow is rare because things in the sky have to be just right for it to appear The sun must be shining in a clear patch ot sky and there must be a weeping rain cloud The glimmering rainbow is a magic trick done with lights and mirrors. The lights are dashing across the sky The mirrors are millions of glassy raindrops The sunbeams and raindrops together create the colored ribbons of the rainbow But the magic is soon over and it may be a long time before things are just right for it to happen again Andy sends a seven-volume set of The Chronicles of Narnia to Bobby age of for his question- How It a sun Our clever scientists don't know but they know enough to make some pretty good guesses. Nobody is positive how a starry sun is created. But there is a lot of evidence to make a good guess. Astronomers are just about certain that a blazing sun started out as an enormous cloud of thin gases. Then the thin gases began to crowd though nobody knows why. As this happened the big fuzzy cloud began to shrink. As the gases grew thicker and more the young sun grew smaller and smaller It began to swirl and spin around. Most likely some of the material around its edges gelled to form planets Meantime the crowded gases in the central sun grew hot and hotter At last the starry sun was hot enough to start its nuclear furnace Then the fiery furnace shed light and heat on all its planets. Most likely this is how our sun got started about five billion years ago Durations by chil- dren of Herald should be mailed to Atk P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Goren on Bridge BY CII UII.F.S II. r.OUKN c Ttie Chicago Tribune BHIIHiK QL ANSWERS 1 As South you hold 54 Q92 KK 8 B 52 The ha.s proceeded North Kasl South Wost I 1 NT 2 A Wh.s' do yni hid now' his III.HU .1 fmu.iicl Jin i and UNI wp in minnmn fur diir mi It 'i i il'i h.iit ki II i ML h'l1 ll p. 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Insi mil shnll'll Hilhiliau frnn 'In mi i si f in Ihi II il M u IK d I hi si I null ii 1 Neither as South you hold A MO VI AKQ 12 A.I 'IK 7 The bidding h.is South 1 A l'.iss What do mimidiili jump slnCl is ili.iiK null itid fur tins h.md li.is l.iin pnli i.'i il I In IIM'I .n .nsMir Dun Ion- is lilnu di.imuncis Q Both vulnerable as Soi.th hold A V -I7fi K.M 1 The bidding has proceeded Wrst North Kast South I'ass Pass Pass I A 1 A 2 2 A What do you hid IVspite p.irtiU'i oriKiii.il pass Ihi ful th.il In liid frceH .it I hi- twokicl indu.ili.'s that Hint- mik'lii in sl.im in hand .ill pnriiH'r tippds is .1 ro.ismi .iliU- fli.ininnd suil .nut nnl niort th.lll llllMU'dl.ll. hi alt 10S4T I hi In niili.ilv tin MiM'StiKrt tinn is with the stii'imlh shnumK ruv nt thn t spidi s Q As vulnerable you hold LI'L ABNER AQJ 9 6 K KQ10 7 Partner opens vith one spade What is your iespnn.se'' ilubs or tuo diamonds not thr4 c pades Thi limits uir a jump raisi of p irtni r s smi ai 11 Id mis .I'lil li.ind i 17 points at a spoil ton '-act To ilcst ribe a hand ili.il not qua ko enough foi a jump shift on first bid a ml ami thin jump p.irlncr Q. K Neither vulneiablc as South hold A K.lior. i The bidding has proceeded South North Kasl I A I'ass .1 A Pass What do 1ml now9 A --I mi nil s nut lull li.i.i In arts Ini iitnir 1h.it is .1 lam Ii You Ii ni liiiinil 1 1 fit .ind Ailli iinU Pi ills MIII shinild he salisfictl In In in r.irtnor lUsl UK riLlht to product a sl.mi ttul il is Ion dangerous lo l.nnuh .in iratinn hold h 1 It 72 Jk9 S 4 The bidding has proceeded North K.ist vtulh i i'uss 2 NT I'ass What do you bid now 1 I his hid doi-s it inflii s some sup poii tin pnlncr's suit It uould pn n'liss to the sp.idc suit for that iiiuht nnh I OllfUSI I ISSUf Q. you hold AKQK7L' 13 The bidding has proceeded South West North Kast I A I'ass 2 NT Pass Pass A Pass 1 Pass 5 A Pass What do you bid now7 si.iin almost ier hut rarr must In- cxer- used in Ihi rontraa It would seem that parlni r hns the at i s 01 spTdes and but not the ace of hearts Moutxcr on want lo be in slam since partner surcK ha.s the KinK of lu.irts for all his hiddinc. and ion arc likch lo have 12 iricks off the lop K con Ir.irt for a spade slam ex POM Ihc of ht.irts to attack at the cun Our rccom mi-iidaliiin therffoie is that 1011 lake the hull the horns and bid SIN no tlump Your horoscope MAY tt Your birthday A touch of glamor goes hand in hand with all your actions and appearances this whole year. Get used to presenting yourself in the very best possible in candid self- respect Relationships are highly multiply as you pursue vocational or professional competence Today's natives quite often start more than they can conveniently finish. This year's set are strongly intellectual in all of their approaches ARIES 21-AprU Diplomacy is even where everybody has the best of intentions. Creative work thrives. Romance enters into almost any picture. TAURUS 20-May Aside from the unreality-of casual today is excellent for swift intuitive guidance in managing your money Jointly held money is something else let well enough alone. GEMINI 21-June Temptations toward complex schemes may lead you off schedule. Check your facts and see how wrong your information can be. CANCER 21-July Today is a treasure hunt for hidden subtle disclosures of romantic appeal Associates drift into offbeat possible misunderstandings. LEO 23-Aug. Friends and finances do not mix well. Leave your confidential affairs out of your social rounds. Home life is full of finally settles down. VIRGO 23-Sept. Personal and business obligations conflict discuss be flexible. Formal agreements are best postponed pending verifications. LIBRA 23-Oct. Stay near home base revise budgets. Tending your own affairs has an extraordinary value today. There are many things you can do to enrich your mind. SCORPIO 23-Nov. Finances are almost certain to enter vaguely defined areas. Family or partnership reserves should be kept intact. Evening brings an exchange of congratulations. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. No great discovery is made in trying to understand causes of current confusion It's temporary if you let it be so Show your feelings with a symbolic gift. CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Work slows a other factors have to be met and clarified. Finances require continued meticulous care. New knowledge shows you the probable results of your work. AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Others change their circumstances and adjust budgets without notice. Be definite about your own moves Save your money for more promising uses PISCES 19-March Set hard choices early in the day and go on with what has to be done. By evening you've got more cooperation and agreement The Chicago Tribune Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I read your Can Harm I believe that you should have pointed out that other analgesics may be even more toxic I refer particularly to Tylenol A few days ago I saw a woman buy a bottle of 500 over-the-counter. This is not a new having first been prepared in and was widely used before the introduction of the less-toxic aspirin The high toxicity of aniline and its derivatives is well known You should have pointed out that replacement of aspirin by Tylenol should be done only under the advice of a physician Dear Reader Thank you lor your letter about Tylenol. The column you refer to was about not and I did not recommend that people should switch to Tylenol rather than use aspirin You seem to be the father of that thought You may also be surprised that I got several letters telling me I should have told people to switch from aspirin to Tylenol I hate to disagree with a former professor of organic but the older medicine was acetanilid which is now obsolete and has not been used for some time. It lostout when aspirin came along Tylenol a newer is less toxic than phenacetin. Other -trade names are Conacetol and Lestemp. Look it up in the Drug and you can see for yourself. The same source points out unlike it does not cause bleeding from the stomach or intestines as aspirin can and goes on to state it can be used as a replacement for aspirin. It is a good medicine for the relief of pain. It does not have the anti-inflammatory action of aspirin Thus it might relieve the pain of osteoarthntis in older but it would not be a good replacement for the large dosages of aspirin sometimes used for rheumatoid arthritis or other conditions where a inflammed joint needs anti-inflammatory treatment. Tylenol has one other drawback It increases the action of the medicines used to prevent blood clotting in patients after a heart attack Anyone taking these medicines should be careful about taking Tylenol. for relief from aches and pains or a mild it is not the villain you seem to think it to in some would be superior to aspirin. 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 OK balanced send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER This could bother even the most rabid Each distinct letter stands for a particular but different digit So what's your BAN SODA BAN HOOCH Thanks for an idea to J. England. Friday's Permit No. 95819. I'M DISAPPOINTED IM THE HE SHAVES HE COULD BE AMVBODV BLOOMER HEMD'S UNSPORTING ATTlTUPE ID THE 59 VEARS COST HIM. RUT I'LL BEOM MV GUARD AGAINST DO HAVE A SNAPSHOT ITWASTAKEM THE DAV HE LEFTtJAIL I'M THE TEMPORARY NEXT DOOR. I'M LEAVING FOR NEW VORK CITY TOMORROW TOO-ON FLIGHT SURELN NOT YORK TO AVOID WITH THE BLOOMER HER MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT IS GIVING YOU A FREE TRIP TO A SAFE THEVtHY THAT WA6LE COULDN'T FINP THE NOSE ON HIS HE COULDN'T FIND H'.S HANDf IN HE COULPN'T FIND THE EARS ON I POM'T THINK THAT BAP..AFTER K A 0EA6LE HflU I THINK I'LL WAIT FOR THE MOON TO COME UP I'VE HEARD THAT THE MOON -TOWARD HOLLYWOOD SHOKTMS I'M AFRAID WE USED TOO MUCH POWER THAT TiME. NOTONUVDlD VVE SHOOT ALEX OUT OF WE BLEW HIS CLOTHES OFF. 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