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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope Ask Andy DEC. 1 Your birthday You will have to think more of where you are going this year than in earlier times. Healthy self interest isn't direction is needed. Relationships grow steadily with little much satisfaction. Today's natives have a knack for can get along in almost any sort of community. ARIES 21 April An early start works the greatest advantage. A break for rest and reflection is well earned by afternoon Evening hours are for sharing news and conversation. TAURUS X May Make this a quiet but busy day. Routines expand to include extra purchases. Gather your own set of people for a small a show perhaps. GEMINI 21-June Get done with routines as ear- ly as possible. A good look at your household and belongings should suggest a number of constructive changes for the near future. CANCER 21 July Organize a personal inventory beginning with tangible and in- tangible. Realize you have more going for you than appears on the surface. LEO 23-Aug. In closing the clear off the field for whole new project this coming month. Resist any urge to dominate your group or family. It only works for a while. VIRGO 23 -Sept. Give some thought to your own realizing that you may have been overdoing some activities lately. Pace your weekend efforts to make special openings for rest and prayer. LIBRA 23-Oct. Go directly to the place you've begin promptly on what you really want to do. Be prepared to c'ope with and then get back on the track. SCORPIO 23 Nov. Today proceeds in lively rounds of social con- scious and unconscious con- ditionings for a sharply focus- ed Sunday unexpected- ly detailed and exciting SAGITTARIUS 22 Dec. Routine grooves gives you peace of mind to make special preparations for demands beyond the ex- pected or usual limits soon. CAPRICORN tt Jan. It's a great day for sorting things out. Earmark items for early repair or replacement. Find good homes for anything that has outlived your need for it. AQUARIUS M Feb. You'll be glad you held onto your edgy temper today. Let new ventures wait a there are too many details yet to fix on enterprises coming to a close. PISCES 19 March Clear off details left over from this past work week as if you might never go back or resume what you were doing If you do you have a clear field. The Chicago Tribune BEE'S LIFE SPAN Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Vicki age of St. for her ques- tion' What a the life ipai of a Right the furry little honeybees are hidden in their hives The the cracks and crevices are sealed securely with special wax and the whole thing is waterproof- ed and draft proofed against the winter. During a warm a few hardy workers' may venture outside on short scouting missions. Some members of the colony will survive through the winter and be alive to welcome the spring. One member of the family has a chance to survive through several summers and winters There is an old saying that hard work never killed Lawrence Lamb M.D. Fun with figures By J A. H. HUNTER By J. A. H. HUNTER 6-figure Steve commented. as easy to remember as five figures Andy smiled. guess you're but I never thought of that. What I did potice was that you get the number again if you add the square of its last three digits to seven times the square of the first What was the Yesterday's answer. NYLONS was 105912 DEAR DR. LAMB A lot of us with cataracts would hke to hear something about this new operation. I think they use ultrasound to vibrate out the cataract. Is this better than the old DEAR READER The lens is normally clear and composed of soft gelatinous material that can change its shape readily The shape is changed by the contraction of a ring of muscles around the outer edge of the disk-like lens. As the clear lens material gets cloudy you can no longer see through it. The area of opacification may be small or grow to include the entire lens. In older persons the cataract is often hard and rigid In younger people it may be soft and pliable. There are a number of problems with cataract sur- gery. The lens is encased in a capsule membrane. Immediately behind the lens is the large chamber of the and it is full of a jellylike material called the vitreous The part of the cap- sule behind the lens is the front partition or wall that keeps this material from leak- ing out to the front of the eye In younger people the lens capsule is attached to the jelly-like material Surgeons like to leave the capsule in place and not have to tear the lens loose To avoid problems in younger patients the surgeon makes a tiny incision about one-eighth inch long. With special instruments he carefully removes the capsule layer in front of the lens material. He may need to irrigate the area to help wash out the smaller pieces It is not possible to suck out the hard cataract material in older persons. By that time the vitreous jelly-like material is less well attached to the capsule on the back side of the lens Commonly an inci- sion nearly an inch long is made and the whole lens structure with its front and back capsule is slipped out. There seems to be some ad- vantages in avoiding the larger incision needed to slip out the intact hard lens The large incision causes greater distortion of the outer eye leading to more astigmatism and other problems. The com- bined technique using a small ultrasonics and which doesn't re- quire the more complicated computer technique of replac- ing fluid in the lens will probably become more com- mon A decision on which of these techniques to use has to be individualized for the patient Send your questions to Dr. in care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN C Tkt CMCHi TffMM Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH AKS2 0 WEST EAST 4k 8 3 4k J 7 5 A 7 0 A4 0 87S It 5 z Q J 8 SOUTH 4k Q 4 0 K Q II 3 AAKI The tenth Weit North EaM 0 Pan i Pan 0 Pan I V Pan INT Pan INT Pan Pan Opening Jack of V In a pessimist might described as a man who both a belt and Euspenders. At the bridge he might be described is a winning for he magmes the worst and tries o do something about ft. North-South conducted an Melligent auction to reach heir best contract. There VM nothing remarkable ibout the first three bids m he but North a vobtem with his second tW. rhe hand looked like It should played hi yet be club suit mliht be un- stopped. South might have to be the declarer in no- trump to protect his minor suit holdings. North temporized by bidding his three-card heart suit when south obliged with two no he raised to game. Declarer was an and as a result the play was soon over. The jack of hearts opening lead was covered by the queen and won by the ace. A heart return dis- lodged declarer's remaining and when West got the lead with the ace of dia- monds he cashed three heart tricks for a one-trick set. Had declarer visualised this distribution at trick he could have made his game. Correct technique is to play low from dummy at trick East wins the 'second heart if he has a heart to that means the suit will divide 4-3 and declarer can lose only three hearts and the ace of diamonds. This line of play gives up the possibility of making two heart tricks if West holds the but that is a minor con- sideration. if West has five hearts to the ate and the ace of ducking the first heart would result In declarer's downfall. this latter distribution is lest likely than the one that ac- tually esiwciwiy West might have overcaOed one heart had he held a food five-card sett and a ride ace. ON DISPLAY at the fifth London International Gifts this candle is five feet was made with 151 Munds of has a burning time of almost six weeks. Balancing it is model Lynne Batt. Hard-pressed Denmark bans foreign labor COPENHAGEN Threatened with widespread unemployment as a result of the international oil squeeze the Danish government today banned import of foreign labor and moved to ease out an undetermined number of the foreign workers already here. The announcement followed a government decision Wednesday to cut deliveries of heavy fuel oil to industry by 25 per cent Denmark's dai- ly consumption of oil is an es- timated 60.000 tons There are some foreign workers already employed in Denmark. Their .work permits will not be renewed upon affecting an estimated 15.000 workers within the next six anybody. Maybe that is true tor who need to keep busy if they wish to reach a ripe old age. But let's not tell it to the bees. After a month or so of daily a little worker bee usually dies from hard work. During the flowery summer when the busy hive is at its the life expectancy of the average worker is about six weeks. During this the queen mother may lay as many as eggs every and weekdays After three wormy little larvae hatch from the eggs and the nursemaid workers begin to feed and tend After five hungry the larvae become pupae and the workers seal them in their waxy cells. There they spend about three weeks metamorphosizing them- selves into adult bees. When they after a short rest and some help from older the new brood is ready to take up active duties in the hive. As the assembly line about new workers may be added to the hive every day At the peak of the summer the hive may be home to adult a number of male an assembly line of thousands of developing youngsters plus the queen mother. During this period of frenzied hundreds of worn out workers are replac- ed every day. As summer draws to an life in the hive becomes quieter The queen lays few eggs and these broods mature in late summer and early fall. the flowers are fading and the weather grows cooler There is work to be but less of it and the later broods do not work themselves to death in a few weeks. At about this the drones are permitted to starve to death or are driven from the hive. Their brief lives end with the summer. When finally winter the queen is left with a few thousand workers Inside the the colony huddles together in a furry brown ball and honey is rationed to last until spring Perhaps or workers will survive long enough to help the queen mother to start a new colony in the spring The queen honeybee has a life expectancy of about five years Each summer she lays about most of which become adult workers who survive only a month or so During her entire a queen bee may produce a million eggs and outlive almost all of them. Chronicle Publishing Co. Questions asked by c ren of Herald readers should be mailed to Aek P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Games ticket sale illegal VICTORIA British Columbians can compete for million offered in prizes by Olympic Lottery Canada but only by mail order. Anyone caught buying or selling Olympic lottery tickets Within B.C. could be prosecuted and a spokesman for the provincial attorney-general's office said here. money is sent to Montreal for the purchase of lottery it would not be a violation of the Criminal the spokesman said. would be illegal to purchase or sell the tickets within he said. A fDEAU THAT STUPID HAP IT WAD ITALLWOMIUEMAKTHg 06ST SNOfclMAN OUR TEAM HAS EVER THEN tfU KNOUJUWAT yplD RettKE PENALIZED I MITTENS X- Wllnl I IMo byfmki'M Flashback By The CANADIAN PRESS Nov. 1973 The Battle of Narva was fought between Charles XII of Sweden and the Russian army under Peter the Great 273 years ago today in 1700. Staged in a violent snow- the battle turned against the Russians who were annihilated Charles lost less than men. instead of pursuing the the Swedish monarch turned his attention to the treacherous Augustus of Poland 1944 Wartime wage and salary controls were lifted in Canada 19M London's Crystal Palace was burned down. 19t4 The first radiophoto was sent from Britain to the United States in 22 minutes. The explorer Edward John Eyre died 1831 Samuel Langhorne whose nom de plume was Mark was hiirn CQVic KEEP WSD LIKES REALISM WHEN HE WCHS THE SAMf WEEK.' HI AND LOIS by k brawM SHE SAID SHE'D CALL AND TELL ME ALL ABOUT THE BIG FASHION SHOW 6OOD OLD MRS. GABBLER BUGS BUNNY BLONDE by chin young WALLY- THIS J-T- MICE TO IS WALLY MEET YOU FEDDEP WALLY- COOKIE HAS TO BE HOME BY ELEVEN YOUOE GOINJS TO HAVE TO KILL ANJ HOUR SOMEPLACE ARCHIE by bob montini WHERE YOU BEEN HIDING. I THOUGHT TH WERE A NICKEL DEAR THAT COUGH IS BAD.' HERE....TAKE THESE COUGH MISS HA6GLY.' 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