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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 "IE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 12, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon IT THAT A PERSON WHO IS PEfftVtP Of HIS BLANKET BY A STlTlP KA6LE WHO INTO A COAT CANNOT 5UCTIVE FOR MCKE IMAN FORW-EI6HT HOURS! .NOV. Your Iiirlhilav today. l'im- ing vonr capability carry- ing "responsibility is urgent. Formulate own tests, mate cfvn this ;ear ra- Iher Ihan initiative fi'oni outside and a more dif- ficult path to follow. Today's natives arc tenacious, gener- ally care neither for rules nor for willfully breaking Co-operauon should be avail- receivable, recover loaned pus- for anv i sessions. lav (let busv ami get (May .Mine ru vour week-end started. j It's n question'of how far you I'U'KfS (April 20 May 1MI1: can pursue routine before pro- Make Ik- rounds, gather the j voking reactions (March April till: latest news collect accounts] d ft'. Take the initativc, present your ideas [irmly, and with enough of a head start to get ai-operation. l.KO (July Aug. lie willing to work and to start very early. Some things can't be delegated you only lo--e time and good will try lo gel i somebody else to do them. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. Homantic and sentimental rea- THAT MUST 0E AM INTERESTING MEDICAL J00RNAL- Breakthrough in leprosy News of Dr. Kato's achieve- ment came through the Cardi- nal IjCger and his Endeavors or- ganization, a group collecting funds and material for thc for-, lu mer Roman Catholic archbishop form lne ror of Montreal now a missionary in i doings, whatever your among lepers. surface reasons may he. The break-through in leprosy] LIBRA (Sept. Oct. is the culmination of I Pursuit of romance runs a suh- Kalo and associates at the Uni- versitv of Montreal's Institute of Microbiology, and of more than by Dr. tie complex course; too quick i _ Ol f or'too slow a response may be critical. SCOIiPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 211: Andy sends a complete 2f- vohnn'e set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Kathy Calla- ham age 13. of Omaha. Neb- raska, for Irr question: Which arc ihc higgesl and smallest stars'.' Stellar astronomers can use usual and other practical evi- dence to measure the dimen- sions of a star with reasonable accuracy. They have measur- ed only' a tew thousand of the multitudinous majority in this way. Asiroph.'.sk'isis can esti- mate the dimensions of far more stars from indirect evi- dence. A star's is related to its mass and there is a limit to how much mas-s it can hold together. The smallest known stars may he a? mas-ive as the sun and no bigger than aster- 100 years of similar attempts in What happens in this (airly pla- telescopes. Later, ordinary if escopcs spotted light from a few of them. Naturally these remote midgets hive not been measured by visual methods. But other evidence suggests that they must range from about, five to ten miles in width. Most astronomers agree that no stars are likely to be small- er than thc pulsars. These mighty midgets are es- timated to be almost as mas- sive as suns. A dwarf material weight of A cup of laboratories of Europe and North America. Dr Kato, who has heen work- ing on disease at the institute for more than 20 years, said in (-id day's round i; some gcnl' imposed commitment to do quite a range of routine over rather a long future period SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dor, an interview "we just succeeded i 21) :Your questions mean a few months ago" in isolating I more than the answers you can the Hanson bacilli cause of the dig cut for yourself nor an; mast ncutc lepromatous type of' less. Be cagey about sharm, leprosy ENTER TISSUE Bacilli are a type of bacteria that cause disease by entering views. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. I9i: If a detail gels past you. it turns out to be the only one noticed r.nd shortly. Be at- tentive and diligent. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. a Hungarian Coincidence or something i._ .t pjaj.s a your progress. Be prepared to stake more on your intuitive and multiplying in human Us sue. Dr. Kato. has been working here since he came to Canada 20 years ago, described his accomplishment i review of your situation staying B? The (lucago T lnine Measuring a star by u.-ual and other practical evidence if somewhat like measuring a golf ball from a distance of 100 But the largest star known provided a helping hand to make the task easier. It is Epsilon Aurigae. Epsilon is the fifth letter of the Greek alpha- bet and the supergiant is thc fifth brightest star in the fall constellation Auriga, the Char- ioteer. The champ is nut thc bright- est member "f its croup fo The "thc first primary culture of i visions of what may be the leprosy bacilli isolated in' PISCES (Feb. 18 March pure synthetic media.'' i passing moment of panic or "It's only a very, very hum-! crisis forces at least a sketchy as thin as' a Vacuum. He first step" leading to a vac- ThT'total" mass of Epsilon Aur-1 cine, not a major break- igae is merely ten times great- through, he said. __________ er Ihan the sun's. Andy sends a World Book Globe' to Molly Ann Keith, age 9. of Muncie, Indiana, for her question: Is it true that California is sink- ing into the sea'.' This horrid tale has spread through all the land. So let's get it straight before anybody else gets thc wrong idea. Andy says, "No.'' California is not about to sink down and drown itself in the Pacific Ocean. A million years from now. the I LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Genetic disorder causes mungolism Dcnr Dr. Lamb Would you was bom lo my daughter even distance and the supergiant 'beaches. California plans to tends to get lost in the Milkv s'ulv with us. Then how did this hoirihlc dc get started'.' As usual, peo- s- li-ar. exageratcd. They heard age one Way. Measuring size under these conditions could be im- possible. except that Epsilon Aurigae happens to be a pair of orbiting binaries. Once in every 27 years, the smaller partner pie little bit of news. Then I :i e y stretched it all out of shape _ ___ and size. This is the bit o[ spends about 13 months eclip-: news. California has beauteous: j sing its partner. This gives as- i young hills that are still grow-1 IIIICICI tronomers a chance to check j jng Now and then they shake their sizes. the ground with earthquakes. The smaller partner has a j.s not really news because diameter times wider than j we knew it all'the time. But organizer of a drive to sena the sun. It is a super giant experts just, figured out that Christmas trees to Americans m its OUT. right, big enough to j the. earth may be shoving part SCI-ving in Vietnam said today and spill over the earth's Of the state up north. If this organizer volunteers orbit. But the diameter of the: part keeps creeping along at j Ule enormous champ is known to j the same rate, in a million be times wider than the descend of northwest- them if there were any twins t in either family. I have twin brothers, both normal, well, I never heard of such a tlung j did yoir About 10 or 12 years ago lj am sure T read where dogs or a germ from dogs somehow could cause trouble to a preg- nant women's baby. At the time they bred bulldogs and my daughter helped deliver the pups. Well, they never heard of such a thing. Please enlighten us. i Dear Header Mongols are so named because thc head and face resemble the features mongol a rounded head. PO VOU KNOW WHAT I JUST REAP IN A A1EPICAL JOURNAL .FAULT CHARLIE BM, KCAU5E1DU OWN SUCH TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN GROVER, MEET SOPPY SOPWELL...SOPPY, MEf GROVER EPITOR! BlONDIE-By Chic Young DAGWOOD- DAGWOOD- WAKc UP r BF.tTLE BAILEY-By Mort Wallte I'LL TELL 'LL BE Vc-3, SEVERAL. YES, YOU JUST PSOVE BY, SSNFRAL? 1 VVriO? IX FLAP.' ME JUST CAME IM. LI L ABNER-By A, Copp RULES ARETZIMPLE. AJ-N S'MKLE GORLTMAT CATCME? ANV SIMKLE BOY DORIC K GOT THE RIGHT TO 1 PROCLAIM NOVEMBER 18 SKERROP, PAZZUMTS.'.' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana sun's and other evidence sug- gests it may be more than 000 times v.ider. If it replaced our sun it certainly would spread far beyond the orbit of Jupiter and just might engulf our entire Solar System. A decade ago, the smallest known records were held by the white dwarf stars. Most of them range from half to four times the size of the earth- though they may be almost as heavy as our massive sun However, in the past two years the tinier pulsars were discov- ered. First their intense sig- nals were detected by radio era Montana Saturday to begin changes in the eyes and other years it may be considerably: a drjve culminate jn a j typical features. Many of them farther north. But it definitely does not plan to sink into the sea. Questions asued ire cntWren of Herald readers should be shipment of trees to the war i have, severe mental retardation zone. j or remain helpless. Doug Allan of San Francisco i The defect is caused by the said trees are being harvested genes (chromosomes) and oc- lu ill Montana, Washington, Ore- j curs during development very mailed to Andy P 0 Ecrl- aild California to be j Mriy fetal life. Thc genes Box 765 Huntington Beaci. I sent to Vietnam by chartered i each of us have determine the California 926-18 jet. Thc trees, and accompany-; color of our hair, eves, and (Copyright Chronicle ing decorations, are to arrive Publishing Co. 1971) in Vietnam by Dec. 15.______ GOREN ON BRIDGE Vitamin tablets recalled ON The Fond and Drug Administration announced here it has recalled during the about 10.} million Vilamin C pills which it said were inadequate- ly labelled and posed a threat to heart patients Irving to ward off colds. In its Mth major Vitamin C recall since May, the FDA or- dered the removal from stores of about it.'l million tablets manufactured liy the Matloson Co., doing business as the Kolabaid Co. of Portland. The agency warned thc pub- lic last May that exces- sive of some Vitamin C tablets, contain i n g undeclared sulium a.scoibate rather than acid, may be lo persons on low-sail, diels. "The problem has been mag- nified by the recent poularily of lioav> dosnecs of Vilamin C lo fight an KDA spokes- man said. BY CHARLES H. GOREN [C H71: BT Tils chlcaii Trilfll North- South vulnerable. South deals. NORTH ASS Rilt 3 Pau fj KS AK3 WEST ['.AST A 3 2 A A 5 4 V A in 87 5 Woid 7 093! soirni A R Q J I" 5 C-K 0 A Q 4. A a I The bidding: Sonth Wfsl North 1 A Pass I V 4 Pass Opening lead: Ace of V Altho South appears tn nave the capacity to win 10 tricks in today's hand, his four spade contract was sub- merged thanks lo the deadly accuracy of East's defense. Inasmuch as West was void in his partner's suit- clubs, he had to find some other lead. In thc hope that East was short In hearts he hcgnn by cashing thc ace of that suit and now It was the Inttcr's turn to think. The first thought that crossed East's mind was; "Why didn't partner open my which would be ths normal expectation. The more he pondered West's choice, the more inescapable became the conclusion that liis partner was void of clubs. If this were actually the case, then defeat of the contract hecomcs assured provided that East takes full charge of the proceedings. Even tho his side was al- ready assured of winning the first trick by virtue of West's nee of hearts, East promptly ruffed in with Uie four of spades in order to return the queen of clubs. South played thc deuce and West trumped with the deuce of spades. Altho it may appear that diamonds presents the best chance of putting partner in again, East's piny of the queen of clubs appeared to be a suit preference signal requesting the return of the higher ranking suit. Accord- ingly, West came back with a heart despite thc fact that declarer was now out of that suit himself. Leaving noth- ing to chance, East trumped in with thc ace of spades as declarer helplessly discarded a club. A club return enabled West to apply the finishing touch hy scoring the setting trick with thc three of spades. eyes, most of our physical charac- teristics. These can be affected i by many factors, some of which are hereditary. The whole story on the cause of mongols is not known. Ac-! tually, it recurs in families in only about three per cent o the" cases. The most striking j observation is that mongols tend to he born to older wom- en, suggesting that the older ova from the mother of other features in the women's repro- ductive system must IM the im- portant factor. The average age of thc mothers of mongols is 33 years, and of normal children, 25. You mentioned that your daughter was and this was her fourth child a quite consislcnl with a mongol birth. Male arc sterile. Rome female mongols can re- produce and half of their chil- dren will he mongols, if this should occur. There is no evidence that having twins in the family pre- disposes to having mongols. And there, is no evidence that I know of I hat dogs can in any way be implicated in the oc- j currenee. In t iew of the com- mon association with the moth- er's age and mongols, it prob- ably would be unwise for your daughter at her age to plan ou having any more children she can avoid it. Although there are excep- tions, most mongols are heller off under in.slitiilional care and are oflon happier there. The problems associated with hav- ing a mongol in Hie home can have an adverse effect on the other children. ABOUT THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS? NO.'.' GENERATION GAP.' THAT WIDENIN6 THAT DIVIDES US FROM THE STUDENTS.' THAT ZSA-Z.SA'S SISTER? HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SN T PREW A RAINY -S PICTURE AK5 PUT A SUN- UP AT THE TOP YOU'VE ear WHO NEEDS TO ERASE SHORT RIBS-By Fronk O'Neal HE'S TH' NEW B-UGI-ER. WOtILP YOU LIKf: TO HEAR T.< SPECIAL COSCOE WON AT CUE "LITTLE ;