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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UETHBRIDOE HERALD Monday, OetobW 28, 1974 Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb When I was pregnant five years ago I got a brown spot on my face. The doctor told me in about six months it would go away, but it never did. I started to get some more small ones lately. If I get out in the sun they get real dark no matter how I try to cover them. Please tell me what causes these and if there is any way possible to get rid of them. Dear Reader Those brown spotgjjre the same as freckles, there are pigment- producing cells deep under the surface of your skin. The amount of pigment they form determines the darkness of your skin, induce normal sun tanning response, and even freckles. These cells produce pigment in spots in many women during pregnancy. Getting rid of the spots is the same as trying to get rid of freckles. Exposure to sun makes the area produce more pigment causing them to be more prominent just as sun brings out freckles. The best thing you can do is to try to cover the spot or spots with a good This isn't always too successful and of course for lots of spots or freckles it is a losing proposition. You should realize that these brown spots are not at all the same thing that people have in older years on the surface of the skin. Some of those are at the very surface and are really a different problem. Some of them can be removed by salves and other procedures by a doctor. It is not something you can or should do yourself. I guess, when we learn how to cure or prevent freckles we will have the answer to the brown spot problems you have. Meanwhile, if you can't resist the sun you can expect them to become darker and more noticeable. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on ulcers, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Ulcers" booklet. Newspaper Enterprise Assii) Your horoscope lyJeweDixofl Fun with figures By J.A.H. Hunter Jill put down her pen. "You know she said. "When I was as old as you are now I was twice as old as you were then." "That's replied Jack. "You're only five years older than me." They were both quite right about their ages; so how old was Jill? Thanks for an idea to N. D. Acton, Huntsville, Alabama. (Answer tomorrow) Friday's answer: Triangle sides 17, 25, and 26 feet. Goren on Bridge TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29 Your birthday today: Broad responsibility and special strength to carry it come naturally this year as one pro- ject succeeds another (for some, the job may be the thing that Self- improvement from organized study is favored; you will probably realize your greatest gains through this kind of ef- fort. Today's natives express themselves candidly, are hap- piest working toward large goals. ARIES (March 21-April Close associates prefer different courses of action, offer opposite opinions. You have enough work to do just balancing various demands. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -.Loved ones are a source of concern: bring in expert or professional advisers rather than trying to help them yourself. Avoid extremes in whatever you do. GEMINI (May 21-Juhe Concentrate on matters you can do something about instead of things outside your grasp or jurisdiction. Traditional approaches to financial questions work best now. CANCER (June 21-Jnly Work through this slow-paced day deliberately so that stray weeds don't grow bigger. A problem is no more vexing than you permit it to be. LEO (July 23-Aug. Peo- ple appear erratic to you, but you seem worse to them. Give everybody time to get out of your way. Look after your own welfare. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 'Flimsy, far-out schemes abound, all of which are "guaranteed" to bring miraculous results. Use your head, be responsible for what you agree upon. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Sit down early, make a list of desired happenings and results and assign priorities. Avoid distractions and sudden (changes. Build up your program steadily. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Rules and regulations have reasons. Take them into ac- count in today's complex ac- tivity. Find a way of express- ing positive feelings for those you love. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. Resist a fast sales pitch. If the buy was so terrific, it wouldn't be up for grabs. Be discreet both with finances and in romance. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Home conditions come to be very important. Don't let a temporary emergency rush you into any quick rearrangements. Later hours deserve thoughtful review and prayer. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Constant interruptions and petty annoyances lengthen the job and make it boring. Treat complaints lightly: stay aloof from legal entanglements. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Old obligations should be fulfilled as soon as you can get to them, hopefully today. Be patient in dealing with emotional people even though it means some sacrifice. ON VETERANS'PAf I ALWAYS eo CVEK TO PILL MAULPIN'5 HOUSE ANP QUAFF A FEU) ROgT 6EERS... a' BILL ANP I HAVE LOTS IN COMMON ...WE MAPE AT THE SAME TIME.. 'ANP WE WERE BOTH VEfW CUKE, FRiENPS WITH I 6ENEKAL PATTON! S SHORT MBS BIGGEST PimfMS ARE INFLATION AND ftXlLTTION-y 6ME UP SMOKING CIGARS LPSE 30 EXAMPLE HI AND LOIS MOW DID I MISS THAT DECK? BUGS BUNNY BY CHARLES H. GOREN TM CMaw Triknt vulnerable, as South you hold: 4KQJ7 The bidding has proceeded: East South 1 What action dw you take? Don't crowd a fellow who might be working for give him elbow room. Any action by you that might impede the opposition is bound to prove to your, detriment. Your diamond- suit isn't good enough to overcall at the two level. South, vulnerable, you hold: A654 f K82 4AKQ98 49 The bidding has proceeded: East Sooth West North The bidding has proceeded: East South West North 1 Dble. Pass 1 V Pass What action do you take? have forced partner to bid and he might have done so on scant values. Therefore, you should proceed with bid of two diamonds adequately describes your values, for with a weaker hand you would have simply over-called in diamonds, not doubled and then bid the suit. You should be reluctant to support partner with just three trumps since he did not bid free- ly. If he rebids his hearts, you ran then raise. vulnerable, as South you hold: AKQJ9 9 AK6 AK87 49 The "yiddif.g has proceeded: South West North East Pass 2NT 34 What action do you take? In view of your initial demand bid. this must be con- strued as a forcing pass. Part- ner might want to bid three no trump, or introduce a long suit of his own. or even double three clubs, and you will be much bet- ter placed after hearing what he has to say. The one thing he can- not do on this auction is to pass. South, vulnerable, you hold: J1073 V7 4K764 4QJ62 The bidding has proceeded: South West. North East Pass Pass 19 Dble. What action do you take? at ail. A pass is the safest way to show your medio- cre holding with no real prospect of improving the contract. Do not worry about the possibility that partner will to play one heart doublcd-that rarely hap- pens. What is certain is tiiai any action by you can only make the opposition's task easier, by offer- ing them the opportunity to in make penalty doubles at a higher level. vulnerable, as South you hold: V A982 A10765 4Q102 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South Pass Pass Pass 1 Pass 24 3V Dble. Pass 4 Pass What do you bid now? diamonds. Though you have a near minimum opening bid, and are facing a partner who passed originally, the fact that he could not stand for your double of three hearts suggests that he is short in that suit. Thus, the hands appear to fit well, and game should be reason- able undertaking. South, vulnerable, you hold: VK8 AQJ1065 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Pass 1 Pass 2 NT Pass Pass What do you bid now? diamonds. Partner ap- pears to have an unbalanced hand, and a contract of three no trump might prove vulnerable to a heart lead. We want to be in game even opposite a weak dis- tributional hand so we mav as well bid it. Also, if partner's second bio was a waiting move with a good hand, he will be ideally placed to contract for slam. vulnerable, as South you hold: VA8654 4A103 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 4 Db'e. Pass What do you bid? At this high level, partner's double a two-way action, showing a good hand. True, you might miss a slam- but with a near certain trick in the opponent's suit, you can ex- pect a reward virtually equiva- lent to anything you might have missed. The unequivocal takeout bid is four no trump, which at this level should he played for all suits, not just minors. South, vulnerable, vou hold: AQJ1098 VA943 44 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass 1 4 Pass Pass What do you bid now? nearts. Your hand is worth one move towards slam. Should partner have the right heart holding