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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ZD inc Your horoscope lyJeanePixon Ask Andy A SNOW I'M PlSAPrWTEPJ. NOV. M Your birthday You have to be wise about what you want you might get then find it's something you can't handle. Relationships thrive at a little will not stand much overdoing at close quarters. Today's natives open their minds to progressive are hard- driving when they get to often have a fatalistic view- point. ARIES 21-April Open talk today brings forth all the ins and outs of nuances of relationships. Everybody profits from it. Misunderstan- dings clear up. TAURUS 20-May You are on your own in any business deal or career ad- vance. Proceed with good awaiting no endorse- ment from anybody. Luck con- tinues on your side. GEMINI 21-June Be up and on the job early with forthright declarations of the work you are doing and its benefits to all. Claim your share of whatever is going. CANCER Zl-July Much of what comes now seems too good to be true. Today's windfall involves ad- changes which may not be very convenient to live with in the future. LEO 23-Aug. a good the day gets to be scattery too many things going on at with increasing tendencies among people to bicker. What seemed a great idea yesterday may not be acceptable now. VIRGO 23-Sept. Be alert to the unspoken message offered by those you care about. Business should proceed as usual. No special urgency merely im- patience with details. LIBRA 23-Oct. Today's drift is mainly toward getting all your diverse ven- tures together in a more coherent program. This is the time for long-range planning. SCORPIO 23-Nov. Today promises high energy but it is strictly up to you to direct your resources into the desired channels. See that the effort you exert goes into constructive actions. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Time runs op- tions have to be firm decisions made on property. Tendency is to collect material objects rather than distribute them. CAPRICORN ZZ-Ju. Round up the results of past and recently-settled deals. Pay off obligations wherever you can so as to be free to enter new AQUARIUS M-Feb You've got lots of plenty of company. The difference is that your friends don't have to live with the error they suggest that you you do. PISCES It-March General good feelings and prosperity are indicated. Be careful not to get involved in permanent commitments that may later turn out to be too narrow for your full ex- pression. The Chicago Trtbue HOW BIRDS FLY Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Mol- ly age of for her ques- What structure enables a bird to Pishes have land animals have legs and the birds of the air have feathery wings. All of them get from here to there by using parts of their bodies to push against something. Legs move a land animal forward by pushing against the solid ground. Fishes use their fins to push and paddle through the water. The birds use their wings to push against the filmy air. The ostrich and a few other birds are too bulky to get off the ground. their wings are too small and weak to support them in the air. But most birds are built for flight and almost every part of their bodies is structured to make this possible. Lawrence Lamb M.D. Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER s 1 I K L E K S Y Y Each letter stands for a different digit. Of course they'll be sleek and but the NYLONS certainly won't be odd. Yesterday's 240 aeople questioned. Dear Dr. Lamb I have been on birth control pills for a number of years. During the past two years I have begun to have what my doctor calls migraine headaches. He took me off the pills for four months to see if my headaches would and they did. Not one headache the whole time I was off the pill. I began the pill again because we definitely do not want more children. I am hav- ing the headaches on the average of one a week. My question do you think my headaches will stop complete- ly if I quit the pill I noticed that while I was off the pill my sex drive increased sharply. Now that I am back on the pill I've notic- ed a decrease. Do pills decrease the sex drive in some women If I thought the change would be a lasting one I would gladly quit per- manently. Dear Reader To begin migraine headaches are caused or precipitated by many different factors. There are reports of some women having increased attacks with birth control pills. your history certainly suggests that they may be a factor in your case. I would not like to tell you that you would not have'any more headaches if you stopped the pill per- manently. There are too many other things in life that can precipitate a headache and so you may still have them. It does as if you would not have nearly the that you now have. Some women apparently do experience a decrease in sex- ual desire when they are on- the pill. there are a lot of different kinds of pills. They have different ratios of female hbrmones. This means that one pill might be better suited to one woman than Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN e im. TIM TfIMM North-South vunlerabte. South dssls NORTH AK8 O 9543 K 10 7 4 2 WEST EAST AQJ10954 0 Q 10 7 2 0 J 8 4Q9CS SOUTH A63 Id 9 8 5 4 3 0 AK The South West North Eut I 2 4k Piss Pan Paw 3 4 t Pats 4 Pan Pass Paw Opening Queen of 4 It is exciting to watch the hrust and parry of a skilled lefender against an expert teclarer. Consider this in a recent team game n Los Angeles. East-West were using the Jump and Vest took advantage of this md the vulnerability to pre- npt over South's one newt tpenuf bid. TWs WM passed irouMi w who cribed his all-around strength ty reopening with a double. forth showed hit and Then South removed to three snowing additional wrds in his North Judged that his three court cards were worth a raise to game. The opening spade lead was won in dummy wtth the king and a spade was led to the a.ce. Declarer continued with his remaining ruffing with dummy's queen. East made his first good play when be refused to in- stead discarding a diamond. It seemed that the rest of the hand was a for declarer could afford to lose three trump tricks. He ted dummy's low and East made another fine play by false-carding with the seven. After some declarer played and he was re- warded for his care when West had to win with the king. Declarer had preserved the 10-9-8 of so it was an easy matter to force out the ace-Jack and draw the re- maining thus making his contract. Observe what happens if de- clarer covers the seven of hearts with the eight. West wins and exits with any card he and Bo matter how declarer plays he will have to lose three trump tricks to East's ace-Jack-six. Declarer's play of following tow on the first round of hearts cost except In the unlikely event that East held four trumps to the A-K-J.7. Had the trumpi di- vided declarer would lose three tricks no matter what card he played to the first trump trick. another. Often some of these problems can be solved by us- ing a different pill. It is no longer really right to use the blanket term as is so often because a variety of effects can be obtained from the many types of pills available. Dear Dr. Lamb I am 16 years old and have considered a weight lifting program. lately I have been told that having thick muscles may cause a person to slow or stop his growth. Is there anything to what is your opinion on weightlifting and other related isotpnic ex- Is it beneficial to good Dear Reader If weight training and related exercises are done properly I'm confi- dent they are good for your health. Many a person would develop a healthier body with even a fairly modest program of this type. It isn't necessary to develop exceptionally large muscles to accomplish some good. Such programs do help develop strength. That helps to develop and maintain good posture. I suspect that maintaining good posture even into the older years is much more important to health than many realize. Such programs will not stunt your growth. They may even help it. Send your questions to Dr. in care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New NY. For a copy of Dr. Lamb'i booklet on send 50 cents to rthe same address and ask for booklet. The average flying bird has a streamlined with no protruding ears and such to obstruct the smooth flow of air currents around his body. He is a lightweight and everything about him weighs as little as possible. of requires a minimum of excess baggage. His light bones have hollow pockets and there are other sacs in various parts of his body. His is as light as feathers. So much for the basic struc- ture that a bird needs before he can try for his pilot's license. But evert more impor- tant are his specially adapted front limbs known as wings. Their bones and joints must be able to bend and stretch time after time without grow- ing weary. The skin that covers his wings must be strong and The feathers must be strong and durable pinions and a bird must be able to spread and close them like fingers. He also needs a bendable tail of spreadable pinions. With all this basic the average bird learns to fly without much instruction. Usually he sees his parents in flight and it seems quite natural to spread his wings and try to do likewise. Chances he soon learns that there are a few more skills to this aerial feat. The main trick is to learn the upbeats and downbeats and how to co-ordinate this motion with his tail and the rest of his body. To the air seems like a filmy nothing and we learn early in life that we can't de- pend on it to support our bodies. A bird refuses to accept this known fact and proceeds to disprove it. With each he piles up cushions of crowded air under his wings and body. He pushes himself forward against these cushions of as he brings his wings up for the next downbeat. There is much more to the skills of flying. But every part of a bird is struc- tured for which helps him to learn by doing what comes naturally. He spreads and closes his pinions to scoop up cushions of air and let it flow through his feathery fingers. He tips and spreads his tail to bank and take off and land. And many kinds of birds learn to select rising currents of air to hold their light bodies aloft and let them soar without even beating their wings. PICK UP ADDRESS Questions asked by c ren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntlngton California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Bridge results Ladies Wed. Afternoon Nov. 21 1. Pauline Edna 2. Eleanor Irma 3. Mary Mac Broadfoot. Hamilton Wed. Evening Nov. Zl N.S. 1. Elmer Richard 2. Gloria Bjorg 3. Byron Irma Shaw. E.W. 1. Mr. H. Dr. W. 2. D. E. Bill 3. Ed Arlo Harris. Novice Nov. 21 1. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kwic- 2. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 3. Irene Kay Strome. Thursday Night Nov. 22 N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Nick 2. B. C. K. L. 3. H. C. Ko and David Miron. E.W. 1. Muriel Irma 2. Bob Arlo 3. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nilsson. Friday Night Nov. 24 1. R. J. W. J. 2. D. E. Bill 3. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson. Relocation study slated GRANDE PRAIRIE City council has decided to hire an Edmonton G. R. GrimMe and to prepare a preliminary assess- .nent of relocation of Northern Alberta Railway facilities in the downtown area. The study will be financed by the provincial and dvic governments and the railway. About 15 members of the Lethbridge Duplicate Bridge Clubs journeyed to Swift Sask. to play at the annual Sectional Bridge tour- nament returning with two trophies. They were won by David Miron and partner from Mixed and Dr. W. Stitt and partner for winn- ing the consolation event of Open Pairs. Flashback By The CANADIAN PRESS Nov. 1973 Rear-Admiral Richard Byrd made aviation history as the first man to fly over the South Pole 44 years ago today in 1929. Three years earlier the U.S. Navy officer was acclaimed for the first flight over the North Pole. foremost among the world's air was instrumen- tal in charting some two million square miles of the earth's surface previously unseen by man. At his commissioning as rear- admiral made him the youngest man to hold that rank in the Navy. He died in 1957. commission was ap- pointed to investigate the death of President John Kennedy. 1963 A Trans-Canada Air Lines now Air Canada aircraft crashed after takeoff at Ste. Therese de killing 118 persons. Yugoslavia abolished the monarchy and established itself as a republic. 1942 Coffee was rationed in the United States. 1934 The Duke of Kent and Princess Marina of Greece were married at West- minster Abbey. CHARLIE WOWN... IF TEAM BWLPS THE fOD IT'S WINNING THAT WHAT'S THE 5CNSE Of KXN6 50METHIN6 IF HW CANT I'D LIKE TO PlAtf THAT TEAM FROM SHMTMI8 BURNING BUFFALO STEAK AT ANNUAL SIOUX -MAT MEAN 3UZ2ABP IS WES SOING THE PATH WHAT DOES THATSVOKESK5NAL HI AND LOIS HOW PO 6ET VOURSSLF SO WHAT I THOU6HT SHE ME ALL CLBANEP UP SO I COULD SHOW HER BUGS BUNNY WHAT'S THE IC56A OF THE ALARM TO WING IN THE MIPPLG OF THE MDU. WACKV I PlPN'T WANTA MISS MY MIPNISHT SNACK.' 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