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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO - Monday, November 1, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TUESDAY. NOV. I Your birthday today: Promises a sparkling triumph in your chosen specialty, provided you really choose and centre your efforts. Afost opportunities come in pairs- and seldom so you can enjoy both at once Today's natives present a restless casual surface, rarely revealing their .sensitive inner nature. I ARIES (March 2t - April 19): special exertion. Reach beyond 1 Minor adjustments cry for your your usual range for a higher attention - take the handiest goal, particularly in group ef- first and keep busy. Be explicit, forts. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): You can't avoid being in the middle today. Make the best of an opportunity to solve any open questions: coax others to j deal directlv with each other, j GEMINI "(May 21 - June 20): I CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Reactions are quick, decisions abruptly taken and quite final. Just be sure what you do expresses what you really have in mind. LEO (July 23  Aug. 22): Im- r>ar Or. I. a m b - Two | and If you have them they j \ears ago after havir.g a bad j won't be the first worms he has ' ' seen. You need to find out why vou are tired and have so many Expect life to include some agination brings you out on ------~ ; some untenable or unreal direction. Hold still long enough to check facts. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Teamwork, particularly among younger people, produces unusual results. Gathering of similar items introduces new ideas and a surprise. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): What you skipped yesterday remains to be done or accounted for today - along with added developments. Get busy. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. See your doctor about worms SCORPIO (Oct. 23  Nov. 21): Progress begins to make itself felt and you should find others encouraging. Celebrate the later hours with entertainment. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. 21): Double check your information to be sure you have the story straight. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): Where you seek advice tells the counselor exactly how qualified you are. Give thought to quality. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): Where you offer leadersliip or supervision, you should exercise your finest tact. Give people time to react. PISCES (Feb. 19 - March 20): Gather friends and relatives about you for a review of the events of the week. Make a good party of the entire procedure. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) case ii flu 1 wont to blow my nose and whr.t I thought was accumulation of mucus, about! headaches, the size of a ball point pen, ' came out. Three months ago I coughed and the same thing happened only I had to grab a KM of it and pull it out. I am wondering if this could have been a tapeworm. If it were mucus it would have broken. There were no signs of a head. I am 67 and tire so easy. I have headaches all the time. Up until a year ago I worked a� a saleslady for 40 years. 5o r am not lazy, just don't feel like doing anything. How can I tell if this is a tapeworm'' 1 am ashamed to oven go see a doctor about it. Dear Reader - It isn't a tapeworm. They are flat like a tape measure and connected in segments which break apart easily. About the only worm that could conceivably be near the size and shape you describe would be a ''round worm'' (a s c a r i a s i s). Adult worms have been described coming from the nose and even the ear. I am skeptical about >uur having any infestation. If you had any real thought at the time that the object was a worm you should have saved it to let the doctor examine it. if you do have a round worm infection your doctor can easily diagnose it from eggs in your stool. Go see your doctor. You won't be the first patient who ever worried abcut worms Dear Dr. Lamb - I wish there was some nice, clean way to ask this question but I have pondered over it for nearly a year and can't find any special way. so here gees. There is something that feels like an inner tube, or even firmer, hanging out of my vagina - what is it and what to do? Also, I stepped menstruating Andy sends a complete 20- v o 1 u m e set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Donna Gonzales, age 14, of Albany, , , Cl. New York, for her question: when I was 3 , one year after ., , m' ^ my fourth baby was born. 1 The lithosphere stopped completely. I am now 61 years old. If I ever start again will it be cancer sphere? Tlie litho part of this word means "stone" and the sphere '\ uc tov='' , ,u refers to the shape of our globe. Dear Reader - Your prob- ... .._,_, tv.J? , ii-it i � j ., "e know, of course, that our lem is most likely related to, , j bum . ] ' yr^v,fr(v,Pregnai,iCieS- . � *hat W� "eaUv ^folded onion childbirth the muscles at the The ; k h 5f6t *J? P*'T f"l^P gaseous atmosphere above that provide support to the , %, uterus and bladder are often ; �e ttThLJP.liS^ stretched or even torn. The " hefi]ulf, ^ �f water that fills the oceans, uterus and bladder tend to fall through the pelvis and cause the vaginal wall to protrude. Sometimes a woman is more apt to get infections of the bladder with this type of problem. The d i f f i c u 11 y can be corrected surgically by replacing the structures and tightening up the relaxed or torn muscles. permeates the land and links the surface with the weathery atmosphere. The lithosphere is the solid rocky layer that un- j derlies the oceans and humps up to form the dry land. * * * Most people refer to the lithosphere as the earth's crust -the special study of geologists, geographers and other but it is certainly a valid reason for an immediate examination since it can be. Bleeding after a menopause I Trlh scientists It so happens does not alwavs Signal caW that recently this entire study ^ was shaken by some startling new theories. For several generations, earth scientists probed the restless upheavals of the crust. They were certain of some of the causes and almost certain of others. Then a team of researchers discarded these previous theories, suggested different ones and supported them with masses of new evidence. These new theories do not power. GOREN ON BRIDGE Government finds money to save sinking Venice ROME t Router) - The Ital-j The city itself can be traced ian government has finally back to the fifth century and the challenge the size of the earth's found the money it needs to first Doge or ruler of the city crust, or its geological ingred-start the huge task of prevent- state was elected there in 697. | ients. We still may say that the ing Venice from disappearing in the 14th centurv Venice dom-1 lithosphere is made from about amid the waters that made the inated much of the eastern Med- i 2,000 different stony and metal ancient Adriatic city famous for iterranean as a mercantile ; lie minerals. Nobody will con-its canals. , power. : tradict us if we say that the Fears that the coastal lagoon > �------ city and its historic buildings- byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance-would succuum to rising water have long worried people all over the world. Venice has sunk 5.3 inches into the sea since 1903, and it1 has been estimated that more than $1.6 billion is needed to ensure the city's total salvation. The Italian government announced Oct. 15 it had borrowed $415 million abroad to start the task, and that a bill for solving the city's problems would be presented to parliament before the end of the year. WILL ASK WORLD HELP An international appeal for the balance is expected. That the Italian government has finally been brought to the point of action on the problem is largely due to discreet prodding by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. UNESCO interest is not surprising, for this city built on a cluster of more than 100 islands is the home of such fine buildings as the llth-15th-century Church of St. Mark, the 15th-century clock tower and the Doge's Palace. Tourists for years have travelled by Gondola and launch down its grand canal and the sights have inspired hundreds of artists for centuries. Works by such masters as Titian, Bellini and Tintoretto are housed in the city's Academy of Fine Arts. Postal union man fiiieci WINNIPEG (CP) - The. Prairie representative of the! Canadian Union of Postal Work- j crs was fined $75 here after I pleading guilty to a charge of unlawfully procuring strike action when a collective agreement was in force. Frascr McLelland, 42, was sentenced in provincial magistrate's court. lie was held personally responsible for a 45-uiiiuite work stoppage by about J50 workers at the Winnipeg post office Dec. 1, 1970. BY CHARLES H. GOREN 16 nil-. By Tt>� CWe�M Trlbmtl ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 1-Neither vulnerable, as South you hold:  KQJ13 S7K1Q7S2 *Q5 3 Your partner has opened the bidding with one no trump. What is your response? A.-Three spades, and If partner's rebld Is three no trump you will bid four hearts to offer him a choice of suits. There is no need to use the two club con-venUon when you hold two five Pass ? What do you bid now? A.-The proper call Is two spades. Some players will bolt at this suggestion on the ground* that this would be a mere preference Instead of a raise. It doesn't much matter by what name you call It as partner will realize that you have a fairly good hand from the fact that you first took the trouble to bid two clubs. Q. 6-As South vulnerable, you hold: *2 WHIPLASH BOUT A WHIPLASH) SJ,r?M ^TroMDi Aikrt INDUSTRIES HAINfTj , PBODUCK,AN'AH /TvAWAV FUM ME" CPUSHER'^ � - vv ARCHIE-By Bob Montana SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal I'VE PISCOVZRfP THAT IrJD|AN?AREN'f Aa PAD. cH?'Y0U MET A FIWW BUGS BUNNY WELL! THAT'S THE LAST TIME I MOOCH A MEAL IN THfiT _ RESTAUPANTJ WHATSAMATTEK? eoUMCER TOO TOUGH? NO, My EJECTION/ FROM THE PREMISES FOLLOWEC? A ROUTINe �-r PATTERN... BUT THE STEAK X \ ORPEREP WAS SO \ TOUSH I COULP I HARPLV EAT ITf/ ;