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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 UiE tETIIBRIDGE HERAID Trictoy. Oclobci 20, 1972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON SATUKDAV. OCTOUKIl 21 Your birthday today: He- j latiuns at all levels are tested i vigorously, lliu real connec- tions intensified. Begin seek- ing the simplest course. To- day's natives tend to become experts in technical special- ties, politics, or philosophy. AHIF.S (March Ik1 accurate, even though it mav mean doing much less. Personal responsibility is es- sential to your sucess. TAURUS (April 20-May Confide details of your plans to nobody until ttx? time comes lo act. 'The bright idea that pops today has lasting import- ance. OKM1N1 (May 21-June Close friends and business do not mix. Much of the advice yon get comes from people who mean well but do not know enough. just as well that you have enough to keep you busy. Ex- periments, speculative ventures arc not favored, produce un- planned results. VHHiO (Aug. 23 Stick with what you know from experience, particularly where financial maneuvers of pur- chases of unusual items are concerned. 1.111RA (Sept. 23 Oct. minister lo the needs of older people as they conic lo your attention, leaving questions and discrepancies for later consid- eration. SCORPIO (Oct. 3 Nov. 2O: Ordinarly useful things may become hazards. Plan alterna- tives as there is a chance.your regular connections may not work. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Taking chances may ap- peal to you, but this isn't the CANCER (June 21-Jiiry 'la? to indulge in strenuous or It's a bit late for direct enter- prise. Try diplomacy and ab- stinence from controversy while people readjust to changes. 3 Aug. unfamiliar activities. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Now is the lime to be con- siderate of others' needs. Your own ventures must bo recxam- ill incd for relevance lo prescnl 1 conditions. AQUARIUS (Jnn 20-Fcb. Expect those near yon to be critical no matter what you do. Conditions at the moment yield much opportunity for conflict. PISCES (Fob. 19-Marcli Lc( wiId words go past you half-noted; you will get a fuller BY THE CANADIAN PRESS treaty for the joint oc- cupatio n of Oregon was signed by Britain and the United States 124 years ago The pact re- stored to the United States the right of fishing off New- foundland and Labrador and established the U.S. boundary west of Lake of the Woods" Out. Stailn pro- claimed (hat tal city of Moscow was under siege by the Nazis. Columbia voters rejected prohibition of liquor. Five days later it was approved in voting in Nova Scotia, Manitoba, Sas- katchewan and Alberta, United Farmers parly won victory in an On- tario election. Canadian gov- ernment was moved to To- ronto from Quebec. ISM -First issue of La Presse was published at Montreal. 1 story later. More experienced i people have advice if you ask. I Ufl72 By The Chicago Tribune) Another ice age Andy sends a complete 20- volumo set of the Merit Slu- denls Encyclopedia to Matt Clark, age 10, of Irvine, Cali- fornia, for his question: Arc wo lo have another ice age? Some scientists suspect that e next ice age is just about ready to begin. Tn about 10.000 years, its thick glaciers may cover many parts of North America. This, of course, would give the people plenty of time to move farther south to er climates nearer the Equator. But it may not be necesary. Nobody is certain that this ice age really is on the way. The Earth has suffered through many cruel ice ages in the past, and most scientists ex- pect there will be more in the future. Naturally they would like {o be able to predict the noxt one's arrival. But there is a very good reason why they catmnot do this. Scientists arc very cavcful people, especially when it comes to proving the facts. They never predict what i will happen unless they are sure what mnde it happen doz-1 ens of other times. I And at present, nobody knows for sure what caused the ice ages of the past. Some suspect i it may have been a Sot of extra dust and debris in the Earth's atmosphere. This could shut out Successfully sues gor'l. late pay OTTAWA (CP) Dr. Ken-1 nelh Eaton, a labor department economist, has become the first federal public servant to suc- cessfully sue the government lor being late with his salary. Tlie Federal Court of Appeal upheld a lower-court ruling dering the government to pay him for damages. Dr. Eaton was one of many civil servants who received ret- inactive pay raises in 10C9 but who did not get their cheques within the legal limit. Thus, the pay raise put him in a higher fax bracket for the year anil he liad to pay in- creased income tax before he actually received the increased pay. That was the reason for the award. some of the Sun's radiation and cool off the world-wide climate. lists are checking lo loam whether this is changing Hie global climale. Some of Hie tests suggest (hat pollution may be making (lie world warm- cr. Others liint that it may make things a lot cooler, per-1 haps cool enough to briitg on another ice age. But nohody I knows enough to be certain. Changes in the oceans or the Antarctic ice cap might make the world climate warmer or might shed more or less warm radiation on the Earth. Nobody j is sure how many different events could chill the global climate and bring on the nest ice age. But most scientists feel sure that one will come sooner or later. After all, we had four ice ages in the last million years, with nice long warm spells belwcen them. Right now, we seem to he en- joying nne of those loug warm spells, but nobody knowj how long it will lasl. Perhaps next week or next j year, scientists may prove what causes an ice age and i gather enough evidence to ore- diet when the next one v.iil ar- rive. All it needs is a slight drop in the temperature of the weather. Thi.s would bring lots TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan I AM NOT PUTTING- A CENT MV WAMPUM INTO I PLAY UNLESS YOU GIVE ME A PART IN BlONDIE-By Chic Young StCONO THOUGH WMX I'LL DO SOME CHORES AROUND HOUSE After all, several past ice ages i and build arrived when the Earth was'. This lias volcanos erupted countless tons of dust and fumes into the at- mosphere. However, this is just a theory, an educated guess that cannot prove what onuses an ice age. 1 At present, furnaces and fac- j fories and cars are pouring pot- lution into the air and our high- i flying jets are adding more to j the upper atmosphere. Scien-: of extra winter snows. T h e summers would grow thicker lild up great glaciers, happened so many busy building our mightiest] times in the past that most mountain ranges while fiery likely it will hapnen again. But! at present, nobody knows when to expect it. Questions assea t? cnnniRD of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy. P.O. r55. Huntinglon Beacil. California !l2Mft. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart I---------------------------- AAVE A DON'T BUMS WS LlKX. I Mi BEP FIRST MAS' TO COME AlOS'S GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES II. GOREN c ml er Chitiu Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH A A 10 7 .i 5 6 Q .T A Q ,1 It 8 6 EAST A 6 I A K 2 CUtsISI A ID 7 3 0 D 8 6 5 4 I 3 4.032 SOUTH A QJS83 V A (1 1 O K2 A K 7 The bidding. North East South Weil Pass Pass 1 A Pass 5 A Pass NT Pass 5 t> Pass 5 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Five ol A natural but nonetheless Impulsive play by East at the opening gun led to a swing of substantial propor- tions when today's hand was dealt in a recent team ol four contest. A final contract of six spades was reached by North and South at both ta- b I e s North's hand was worth approximately 12 points in support of spades and after passing as dealer, he gave a jump raise lo three spades over South's one spade opening. This call is highly encouraging but not absolutely forcing. South had 20 points himself with a wealth of controls on the side. He made a Blackwood inquiry and when partner showed one ace, he proceed- ed to six spades. At one table West opened the five of hearts, East played the king and SoutK won the trick with the ace. The queen of spades was put thru for a finesse and East was in with the king. A problem now presented itself regarding his return. If West had the queen of hearts the setting trick could be cashed in that suit. If not, then a diamond uhift was indicated in the hope lhat partner had the ace. East u-as confronted by something of a guess and, finally, in the hope lhat West had led from a card, East returned Ihe jack of hearts. Soul ft produced the queen, drew trumps with one more round and then ran the club suit -discarding the deuce and king of diamonds on North's tong clubs. In all. he lost one spade trick to make :u'x At the oiher (able, West also led a heart originally, but East was alerted to the possibility that he might have a problem when he was in with the king at spades. Looking forward to that moment, he played the jack of hearts on the first trick instead of the king. His foresight was rewarded when declarer won the trick with the queen. This play clearly marked South with the ace hearts, since West would hardly have underled that card against a slam bid. When the spade finesse was taken at trick two and Kast was in, his shrewdness at the opening gun paid a handsome reward, for It was obvious that a heart return was hopeless. In an attempt to cash out, he switched to a diamond and West scored the jetting trick with Ihe see. The total swing lo East- West and their teammates was 1530 points-100 for de- feating the slam at one (able and 1430 for making it at the other. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M, D. Take extra care of nose bleeds Dear Dr. Lamb I want lo lit physically go a long way I inquire about a recent expcri- towards helping you. cnce I had with a nose bleed, j Even with high blood pref- i A few years ago in New York j sure, the reason bleeding oc- LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp YOU SAV VOL) FAIUED AT BEINJG A AMD A ROTTEN COOK' TM E M X.'CO'RE1 WOTA HAZARD.'.'; V LiKEANVAMEWCAM OP MAKIMC5 I vras seen by a heart special- ist for rapid heart beat. The fol- lowing day I did some unusual things and developed a shaking Uensation plus chest sweat and 1 blacked out. An ambulance took me to the hospital. They gave me Cedanalid and after an electrocardiogram Hydrodi- uril, Quinidine and Aldomel. I was checked out of the hospital the following day. T had two doctors from India work on me and they sure went lo town. A few weeks ago I went to bed at p.m. Suddenly f felt a pouring like water com- ing from my nose. Putting my finger to the base of the nose, I it was very dark red- dish blood. 1 went to our local emergency ward in the hos- pital. The blixxl actually pour- ed out. Cool wash cloths were used. The nurse supplied a hall moon bandage and the doctor inserted a flat piece of band- age about 1-16 inch thick and Iz inch wide. I got two differ- ent injections and was put to cures is because ryf damage to the blood vessels. You may not be able to totally preven the vessel damage but you might help minimize it by being cer- tain that you have a proper diet and that you gel plenty of viatmin C. It sounds to me like you did all right with your last emer- gency. The most important thing is to stay calm while you're getting help. Keep seat- ed upright so that you don't strangle on any blood that might run your throat. Also that keeps the head above the heart level which minimiz- es the pressure that would ag- gravate bleeding. A cold wet bandage over the nose is some- times helpful. Pinching shut Uic end of the nose may help if the bleeding is in (he tip. But if there is lots of blood it may just run the back of your I throat. A small, cold compress inside the tip of the nose will sometimes stop bleeding. Fre- quently with a severe nose bleed though, it will be neces- bsd with tiie blood pressure be- lo doclor pack thc i nose. V-ith less severe nose ing checked regularly. At entry I mv pressure was over 200, which mav have been cans- spontaneously, but even so in bv thc sudden "party" with mcl.vidual with your past :lhe "Wc-flma I history, I Ihmk you ought lo see a doctor if such an cpi- Ihe doctor okayed me find i scde i now I take things in moderation. What I uant to know is if this j happens again (and I hope it won't) is there some .sort of j treatment I f-an rcrort to he- fore 1 can get hc-lp? l Dear Reader Your nose bleed is probably related to high blood pressure. Some of jthe medicines you've listed are bleeds, some of them will stop HKCORD ART PUICK YORK (AP) Ken- nedy Galleries has bought Thomas Anshutz' StecKvorkers- Xoontime for the high cst paid at auction lor American painting. Anshutz, given for that. Keeping your who did thc painting i blood pressure down will help i i860 and 1882, greatly in- lo prevent another episode. This flueneed the work of Thomas i.s why your doctor has asked you to take things easy. Your medicines and keeping your down and not overdoing Eakins, whose Cowboys in tbj Badlands commanded the pre- viously high sale price UFE ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. Edwards TlPS GIVING I Pt IE Y A C 1 fHCMItWGCr> Lv-< hASPtU TKVCWX AND PICHT It) Irtr PA1H Of SPLIT ;i AND HIS WEEDLEP.P MO-NOT ARCHIE-By Bob Montana YOUNG MAN.' LET'S SEETBMB PRICED CAMS VCU'RE. SBILING TO STUDENTS' HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browns i LIKE rr WHEN 1 THE CUSS KiCS HAVS TO SO BACK y-H, IF THE WOULD ONLY BACK: TC SCHOOU.TOO.' TO 5 A3LE 'ID SIVE MS _ J, SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal WHU-, n" pax? UKE Trie ANO QUEEN FINALLY DIVORCE. BEP yoUR HANPS OFF HE W INTENDS TO DO IS WAIP MV HAT WASBIT 6 PWETENPINSTO BE SLEEPWALKING THS WOAST BEEF: ;