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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 4J 01? LFTHBRinGZ HERALD Monday, September 37 1971 TUESDAY, SEPT. 2R Vour li i r I li day today. There's nothing lo hinder a gocd, happy, and productive year but your own whims and hasly decisions of which there arc plenty. Keeping your Ijudgut in mind is a trait you may cultivate dur- ing this period. Today's na- tives tend to good taste, fas- tidious habile. AIUES (March '11 April Associates quibble and rivals disagree outright. direct action to protect nurl strength- en your situation. Your energy carries over lo home re-irranRn- monLs. TAUHL'S (April Slay Where you make the first move inuch more happens socially and in business than expected. GEMINI (May 21 June Habits are subject to change. re- Your horoscope By Dixon Make the best o[ a chance lo much difference on pending persuade oUicrs lo follow your mailers. Let them rkle while example. CANCER (June 21 July Find out where j'ou're wasting Lime and offort. Do somcthim l.o improve efficiency; never mind being seen doing it. LEO (July 23 Aug. Waiting irks you but is probab- ly inevitable. Have something lined up to do while others take their time working things out. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Emotional tensions bnilrl readi- ly strive [or a constructive expression and some revision of yesterday's mix ups. UliRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Thirik over your life and pres- ent habils. Sec where you over- do. Plan to resolve old ques- tions tomorrow. SCORPIO (Oct. Nov. Little you do now can work LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Gravity causes j Hemorrhoids Dear Dr. Lamb Would you give us a write-up on piles, the tortuous bleeding kind. Please tell the best way lo handle the situation if there is a best way. Dear Header Piles and hemorrhoids are the s a m e thing. This is one of the oldest and most frequent problems of mankind. Piles comes from the Latin PILA meaning ball, a fa- miliar sensation to the afflicted and hemorrhoid comes from Greek meaning blood flow or bleeding hemorrhoids. The main cause is gravity, and man's upright posture may be one good reason to live in space, free of gravity. Animals usually do not have hemor- rhoids. You can do a simple experi- ment and understand why. Re- move any constriction from around the wrist, then let your hand down at your side. Notice how the veins sland out. This is from the pressure of the blood below the heart. Now raise the back of your hand to the level of your eyes and see the veins collapse. At points below the heart, the ing at the stool is a factor. Poor muscle tone leads Lo distended veins. A person ivith poor lower abdominal mus cle tone "the pot" often has poor tone of the seat mus cles and hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids inside the mus cular sphincter (internal hem- you give yourself s brief spite. (Nov. 22-Dec. IDxplni.il nothing of your reasons, merely what has to be done. Current affairs should carry along your scheduled pro- gram. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 Jan. Enjoy meeting petty chal- lenges in full confidence rather than seeing them as nuisances. What transpires now needn't be permanent. AQUARIUS 20 Toll. Experimentation charac- terizes all fields of endeavor. Persist until further tests veri- fy or disprove your findings. PISCES 19 March Nearly everybody seems de- termined to conclude all unfin- ished business lo little avail. Temporize, wait. Mailers that seem urgent don't remain for very long. THAT'? UHAT IS KNOWN M ALL BA5E5.' orrhoids) do not cause unless they become so pain large they protrude outside, then you will know it. Internal hemor- rhoids cause bleeding. S o m e- iimes they can be treated with injections that fibrose or scare the dilated veins. This usually takes several injections- This treatment cannot be used for llirombosed (clotted) or pro- truding hemorrhoids. If the con is very severe the only successful treatment is surgery. Hemorrhoids outside the sphincter muscle (external hemorrhoids) cause pain be- cause there are lots of nerve fibers here. These are the only ones that you can do anything about with self-treatment. De- spite enthusiastic claims, med- ications cannot "heal" or "provide lasting relief." The veins are put under pressure Federal Trade Commission has and distend, hence we have var-1 been trying to curb flagrant, icose veins in the legs, but not j false advertising by permitting only claims for temporary re- lief of pain, itching and burn- ing. Don't try in the arms, and hemorrhoids (varicose veins of the In a cow, for example, the rec- tum is above the heart which is in the bottom of the chest and the cow won't have distended veins or hemorrhoids. Anything that contributes to distenlion of lhe_ veins around the rectum can be a factor in causing hemorrhoids. Thus childbirth is a factor in women. Poor bowel habits with strain- TODAY these Vanily fair lined lealher 5 h o r I i e gloves are 9.00 next week at Eaton's they will be .99 It's No. 13 in a total o 600 lirst-day buys in EATON'S Thurs., Sept. 30 to Sat., Oct. 2 look lor all (00 (irll-dtiy offorinqs in lha 18-parjo inlo flier delivered lo your homo in r'ny's tn selC-treat what you think are hemorrhoids or piles. Sometimes the increased pressure on the veins is a tum- or in the rectum, requiring im- mediate attention. Bleeding de- serves immediate examination. If you must treat yourself, you can get temporary relief from an ice cub, local application of witch hazel or soaking in a hot tub twice a day. These are as effective or more so than most highly touted, expensive, adver- tised medicines. But go see your doctor. )Ncwspaner Enterprise Assn.) Pygmies are real Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Bock Encyclopedia to Kathy Rogers, age 8, of Des Moines, Iowa, for her question: Arc pygmies real? Some people claim that pLxies and pookahs are not real. They also say that elves ind other small people of fairy- and arc not real titter. But ev- orybody admits that the little >ygmy people are real. Even he stern-minded folk who have never seen a pygmy. Perhaps this is because they have seen pictures of the pygmies in their leafy jungle homes. Or per- haps they believe in pygmies because some genuine expert there and saw them, back aid reported the went came facts. Andy says that it's bad more people refuse to believe that elves are not real. After all, he happens to be a pockah- type pixie and related to all the other small folk o[ fairy- land. Cut, says he, you have evcrylhing. Many can't chil- dren know the truth and send him lots of letters and questions every week. The birds and the bunnies also know the truth. So do all the oilier creatures that live in the wilds. And most likely, so do the real live pygmy people who live in the real live world. Not many ordinary folk ever ?et a chance to meet the real ive pygmies. This is because Lhcsc little people live quiet in the hot, steamy jun- gles of Africa There the bush- are so thick that ordinary- sized grovvn-irps have a hard ime getting through. But even the tallest pygmies are only about 4Vz feet high and most of them are no bigger than you are. They are rather shy and when large visitors scare them liiey scoot away and hide where big people cannot follow them. It was a long time before friendly explorers coaxed them out of hiding. Then the big peo- ple and little people got to Imow and like each other. Their skins are golden tan and their curly hair is reddish brown. They h a v big bright eyes, huge smiles and their heads seen: rafter large for such small persons. Most of them wear short skirts or breeclres After all, they don't need any clothes in their warm, shady jungles. Visitors who know them sa; that the little people are happy and much loo polite lo lie, or steal or pick a fight. They are quick to understand but thej don't pay attention very long Perhaps they are ml very in terested in things that happen in the outside world. They would rather warrior togelhcr through their jungle, hunting and fishing and picking fruits from the trees. Several friend ly families wander together guided by a pygmy pap whom everyone trusts. When food is plentiful, they stay in a place for a while. Then they b [myTsized houses of bent boughs, covered over with leaves. While they camp, they have time to make new bows and arrows and bake a few earthernvare pots to replace those that have been broken. They also gather grasses and vines to weave some new baskets, bags and maybe a few mini skirts. Experts figure that about pygmies live in the Con- go jungles of Africa. But they are not the only pygmies in the world. Others live in the jungles of New Guinea, Ma- laysia and on a f e w islands near India. Others live in cer- tain forests of the Pliilippines. These separated pygmies never meet. But all of them are very much alike. AH of them worship a Great God who created the earth and the sky. All of them love the world of nature and believe that there are all sorts of magical mys- teries around, wondrous things that may or may not be real. Questions asuen uy cMIrtren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beacb, California 926-11) (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. J971) rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN ITS AWFUL ONLYCHILP IN LOVE TO HAVE A FRIENJP MY GOSSIP vVlTrl ANP PLAY COLLS WITHJ EVERY LITTLE GIRL 5HOULP HAVE AT LEASTONE PLAYMATE] 7-27 BLONDIE-By Chic Young MOW, K] EX- GO OVER THE WHIUBY CONTRACT YOU LL HAVE TO WAIT S- A MINUTE, BOSS- IT'S TIME FOR MY BANANA BREAK HERE, JOIN ME, MR. DITHERS- HAVE OWE DOINS BUSINESS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker I READ WHEN WE DECIDE TO LET YOU HAVE YOUR OWN POOM6, I'LL LET YOU AND WHEN Z WANT you TO TELU ME HOW TO RUN THIS OUTFIT, III. LET iOO GUI'S You KEEP COMINS UP WITH ANSWERS.' SARGE, Trie ARTICLE SMS, UL ABNER-By Al Cap? NATCHERLV- I WHATEVER S WE YOU SAY GOBBLES LOPS WILL FOLLOW AMI1 DOQPATCHER ANYWHERE? WHAT IF THEY FOLLOW VOUTO OUR CITIES AND DISCOVER THEY'RE JUST AS FULL OF GLOP- SPB.EADERS AS DOG- PATCH THEM THEY'LL BE LOYAL TO THEM, NATCHERtf I THINK SHE'S OUR GIRL, MR.. PRESIDENT- I'LL ASK HER, MR.PRESIDEMT- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana GOREN ON BRIDGE Measures adopted to keep lake MOSCOW (AP) Top Soviet leaders have adopted measures Lo preserve Siberia's Lake Bai- kal, the world's biggest fresh water lake and tile centre of one of Russia's biggest pollution I controversies. Tass said today the Commun- ist party central committee and the Soviet government laid down new rules for utilization and protection of Ihe lake and Is basin, which stores one-fifth of (he world's fresh water rc- otirccs. The lake, -100 miles long, 1fi I miles wide and a mile been a subject of growing con- cern lo conservationists. A cellulose plant and pulp mill project.1; on Ihe lake banks liavc alarmed scientists. The 'imlrcr harvest has slrippcfl Ihe slopes of many mountains of Ihe Haikal basin, causing soil ero- sion. There arc species rif fisj, animal and plant life in the lake and Soviet scientists say 70 per cent of the species arc found only in Baikal. The wide-ranging resolution provides for reforestation, more purification facilities at the fiai- kal pulp plant and prohibits in- stallation of the Selcnga pulp and cardboard combine nnlil purification methods are com- pleted. The Soviet miimlry cif limber, 'ry have liccn ordered lo slop pnpcr and the wood indu.s- nonting logs in rivers draining nlo Iho lake und lo use special !t> deliver Ilir limber. The must be cleared of sun- ken limber accuinulaled over the years. BY CHARLES H. GOREN IB ly Thi Chlrtga TrlbwuJ BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS 0. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4A10943 WQ6342 085 Your partner has opened with one heart. What is your response? Four hearts. Bell riaullj on hands of Ihli type are uiuallv Attained by an Immediate lo game Prospects for fulfillment re good and guess. If any. puL squarely up to the oppo- sition. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AK843 <3S4 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass 1 A Pass 3 A Pass What do you bid now? spades. While hand contains Ihfl minimum In lilfih cards jou should carry on, (ho partner's raise is not forcing. The club fil. Is the determining factor, novrrsc the hearli and rluhs doubtful situation lould exiM. Q. vulnerable, opponents have 60 part score and as South you hold: OA93 The bidding has proceeded: Kast SoulK West Nnrtii 1 NT Pass Pass Dole. Pass What do you bid now? spades. Under normal conditions, holding more than AIK points, ynu fhould plas the no Irump hid pentlllca, bul In this particular case II paya to be little more cautious. one no puts (he enemy may have [hatched point to double Ir, order la put nomc worl n( flghl. You should, Inerefnre, keep Vour powder dry bidding two spades. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 6751 The bidding hns proceeded: North Kast South Well 1 PUSH IV 14 I NT Pnm What do you bid haa announced slinng hrnrt hy making a frro rrhld of one no Inimp thn Q. South, neither vul- nerable, you hold.- 4SS7QJ86 OA9743 AKlll.i The bidding has proceeded: Nortk East South West 1 Pass 1 0 Pass 2 NT Pasj What do you bid now? hearur. This hand has aplendld distributional value! and If i good suit fit can tw found a slim lir not at all re- mote, partner'! Jirmp to two no trump does not deny possession ol a four card heart suit ind lha temporizing old It strongly rec- ommended. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AA84 <7AK83 OA.T7 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Pass 1 O PJJI 2 NT Pass 3 A Pats What do you bid now? hearu The four card major suit which you suppressed on the flrsl round should he an- nounced at this polnL This li prefcrahle lo showing Ihft dia- mond support. If bidding progresses constructively, dia- mond support may ba belatedly. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AAK vvK.lms "A.lsfi The bidding has proceeded: Wcsl North East South I Past 1 What do you bid? A.-Double. This Is very apt M be part icorr hand and In order rot lo Blve the opposition clear sailing we would act at once. It may dangerous ID compete laler. Q. vulnerable, South you hold: VOU REALLY T NEITHER BLEW YOUR HEAD NOR WHEN YOU BLOWOUT: BOUGHT WILL STftY US FROM HEY, GREAT.' I'VE SOT A ITS AN OtP LETTER YOU MWL VAN.' TAKE WE'RE 60INS TO DRIVE TO CALIFORNIA: WHY DO YOU CALL IT 'JOHNSON1? FOB. LYNDON B. -I NO... HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal call is nkac to IbrcQ no Uump. The bidding has proceeded: North South West 1 4 Pass 1 A J NT Pass Whnt do you hid now? hand rcoirlrrs snrrlaF Irealment. We would vlsh to In- MU upon game, hut would allowances for thn hand to bft pla.vcd Ml ellhrr spades nr nrt Irump. Tho suggested mil li three diamonds. (Two flinmondv would not be forcing after s onn no trump rrhld.) H partner pre- fers snadr-i. Mr; wolrld br Inclined lo ploy (oc gituo LD major. BUGS BUNNY I SAY, CAN YOU GIVE ME THE SXACT AMOUNT OF THE MEALS HAVE CONSUMED HERE ON CKBPIT7 ;