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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 WE ItTHBRIDCf HEEAtn Friday, November 26, 1971----- Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon JS-VlTRnAV. NOV. 27 Your birthday tmlay: The les-s material wealth and clut- ter you have gathered, the more likely are you t" do what is mvded. You may even strike it ridi in some venture, guided by an intui- tion Twin's natives keep themselves busy, sometimes putting more energy into thMight than in action to ex- Drws it. soon. Ixrt matters drift into position fur a while first. T.M'llt'S (April 20-Slay I Self-indulgenci' is tempting. Ac- I c e p t whatever advantages come lo you hit abstain from overdoing. (JKMINI I May 11-Junr You're unlik.-ly to contin'.i hold as muc C-VNCF.R (Junr 2l-Jill> A chance lo hear a i of human experience is at ARIES (Marrh 21-April LEO (July 23-AiiR. chance of retting some very in- ,j your practical and phy-ica! Ucrcsting fireworks, condition and think a series' pisnCS (Feb. 19-Mnreli :iU: of actions which would improve it safe works out loiln; VIRGO (AUR. You seem to 33-Seiit. have hurdled some complexities and can now get a refreshingly clear look at nui.i ........'-'ontiol over peo-ljour main potentials. pie around you as you'd line j (Sopl or tliink you have.__ _ _ni For a certain habits and procedures may be re- today with no groat dif- Yuii'll be glad you did even if you're never sure you've avoided. Ity Chicago Tribune) First lighthouse Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Helen Vanamee. age 11. of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, for her question: When was the first lighthouse built? Way back in 1791, President George Washington ordered a lighthouse to be built along the craggy shores near Portland, Maine. It was not the first lighthouse in history', but it was one of the first in North Am- shores were the ancestors o our magnificent modern light tenses. Later they were re- placed by lanterns and sticks of blazing tar, hoisted aloft on poles. The next improvement w; permanent building to house a beacon. As far as know the first real lighthouse wa built on the shores of Turkey in 600 B.C. It is almost forgot- st ,n .MHU, ten because later Ejory ple of New Eng-1 overshadowed In the most la fe historv. iculty and very good results. Try! SCORPIO (Oct. 2.1-Nov. S'irike a balance between home concerns and work obligations neither can he safely neg- ccted lor more than a very brief period. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-IK-r. In general you're not overly subtle about life, but tie as niuch so now as possible. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jiin. Getting away from fami- liar people for the day, if you Hcgan boisleml by 4 HALIFAX (CP) W'.lh a year of legislative experience faeluid them, four men sre swoi-n into tiie cabinet of Pro- j mier Gerald Regan here as the government moved to ease the workload on the nine-member front bench. Lt.-Gov. Victor Oland admin- istered the oath of office to Era- ser Mooney, minister of munici- 'large lUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN RESUMING-MOTHER'S BROTHER PALL, AN TO YOUR FATHER, SENPS HIS BEST, AS VOtS YOUR SISTER SlYSIA. HAVEN'T HEARP FROM YOU-KMOW-WHO LATELY." pal affairs, minister in of the liquor control act and chairman of the Halifax area planning committee; Dr. Maur- ice DeLorey, provincal sccre- UBI tui tary; Glen Bagnell, minister of can do it, is very worth the mines and minister in charge of administering the water act; and George Riley, public works effort. AQUARIUS (.Tan. 20-Frb. Quietly put in your 2 cents worth. You have an exceilert minister and minister in charge of the civil service. land live close to the sea and their sailors depend on trusty houses to guide them at night. But Old World sailors already bad invented them ages ago. Most of our good ideas were Brought cf in the dim past. Peo- ple invented things to solve their problems, long before they thought of taking out pat- ents mcus lighthouse of history. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Prostate surgery may be solution. There, where the huge Nile del- ta is strewn with crags and shoals the Egyptians built their 'Pharos of Alexandria, about 280 B.C. Its wide base tapered up in elegant tiers and its pointed peak held the bea- con at least 400 feet high. This most famous early lighthouse guided sailors for many cen- turies. It was rated as one of Dear Ur. Lamb _ My doc- tor has prescribed female hor- mones for an enlarged prostrate gland. I have been on this medication about three years now. It has helped my ailment i UITICS li WoS laltu ao i-riic ui or even writing dov.-n their (he of the An- )veries. If the ideas were i H 055 in. it was useful, later inventors added improvements to rr.ake them more workable. This is the j story of earliest light- j houses, and most cf it is lost in j forgotten past. We can trace fame cf i! bark, because it must have happened logically, step by step. This is the way- human history COSE. Some of the earliest sailors fishing and trading around the Mediterranean Sea. There the shores were strewn with reeky craps and the changing tides left shallow, sandy shoals. Putting to sea or returning home was dangerous, especially after dark when landmarks were invisible. So bonfires were lit on the craggy cliffs. We know from early- writings that many ports were doing this in B.C. Those bonfires that blazed at night alor.'g the M e d i t e r r anean by by an earthquake 1500 its'ruins had crum- dust. discuss the possibility of sur- gery with your doctor? Dear Dr. Lamb I would like opinion on dogs living with infants (house quite a lot but" it has reduced Is it harmful for a Yorkshire- mv sexual desire and has j Terrier, that has a continual caused impotencv. lick, unless she is pushed as do, Do you advise small doses of to be with a crawling, helpless male hormones given carefully? baby1 Could it be mv adrenal glands j Dear Rra.lrr Probably not are not functioning? Is there nearly so dangerous as expos- anv medication that would help j ure to other children. The t 'is that animals often do not have the same diseases as hu- mans and humans cannot catch most of the diseases animals The Pharos of Alexandria set the style and later lighthouses were called pharos in its honor. Nowadays they are tall round towers, built to withstand the wildest waves and storms. Some still are tended by lonely- lighthouse keepers. But a more j modern one maintains itself' automatically. Its flashing bea- con and booming horns, its ra- dio signals, even its shape and colors distinguish it from every other lighthouse in the world. j Questions asuefl by cMMicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronirlc my impotency? Dear Reader There is no doubt about the fact the fe- male hormones will ncutrali7C the effects of male hormones have. Tins is why it is so diffi- and will help in some cases of cult to study some human chs- eeases m animals. Distemper, enlarged prostate. To be effec five, though, the amount re-; for example, in dogs has no j live UlUUgll, LliC rtliuJLUiu i i---- --------i _ quired will indeed cause impo-1 counterpart in humans. Lev and lack of sexual de- j course, there are a few excep WI1V-' _____ mr-Vi TC- frnm nn [c 1IH: By i North- South vulnerable. West deals. NORTH AK93 tflOJZ O Att GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN turn by the jack, queen arf dummy's ace. Trumps wera drawn in two rounds and South led a spade. West put up the ten and was permit- ted to hold the trick. West cashed the king of diamonds and switched to the queen of dubs. East put up the ace for the setting trick the defense having scored one trick in each sida suit us well as the spada ruff. South began development of the spade suit too late on, the deal. If he allows West to win the first trick, he can build up his discard befora the opposition has tirna to regain the initiative. After the queen of spades holds, West will presumably continue with the jack when sire. Taking male hormones would simply defeat the pur- pose of the female hormones. If all you have is simply en- largement of the prostate gland and not some other complica- tion, then you very likely could have the problem corrected by surgery. That would mean you wouldn't have to take the fe- male hormone any more. The enlarged prostate is simply bored out to make a larger pas- sage way so normal urination can occur. A high percentage of men who have had these operations can return to having normal sexual relations after they have recovered. Since you are disturbed about Yurko: give public stick to >viii pollution fight WEST EAST Q J 106 4 Z Void 0 K 3 Z 0 Q 10 9 8 T SOUTH Sooth 0 JS Tne bidding: TVeit North East 1 A Pass Pass 4 'Past Pas a baby, writes Robert Francoeur in his Ijoo1' Utopian Motherhood, pub- lished Thursday. Franc-oeur Fouled beaches LOS ANGELES