Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
36 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 11, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TIII'U.SDAV. U'C. 12 Yciur Ilirlhdiiy Tudaj: I'm- gri'ss this vear is .sh'ady and orderly (he problems and (lifficullies subtle ami .slmr lo respond. Take advantage of placid ciiTiiiu.slances (o make good adjust m en Is; meditation and pro- vide access lo I he real issi'cs. Today's natives sre subject lo abrupt changes in condi- lions, make good entertain- ers. Re clear and (o the point in saying what you want. Take the trouble to repeat signifi- cant details Do a careful and complete job. TALIItU.S (April 20-Mnv The small impulsive moves of AKIKS (Marcli today selllc into firm channels of policy, habit later. This promises to be a lime of pieces falling inlo place; okl annoy- iinces finally come lo an end. GEMINI (May 21-Junc Amid the avalanche of words and sights, there are some of value. Keep your lines open for I em. Pulling off a Uiilk until you can do il in person might be loo late. CANCER f-Iline 21-July According lo how directly and LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Check with doctor about pregnancy 1.IW1A 23 Oct. People o f different special skills arrive in yow local area. It's up lo you lo find mutually exchanges and to avert needless clashes of opin- ion SCOltl'IO (OH. Nov. Unexpected endorsement of your doings is likely and perhaps a little embarrassing. (Nov. 22-Dcc. liasy does it. There's more lime and space then, al first seems visible. CAPRICORN (Dev. 22 Jan. I If you feel left out. be thankful and think up fresh and mote promising involvements. A moment's reflection is ARE NOT FIVE SftARKWS SOUifORtUO PENNIES? "FEAR NOT; SOU ARE OF MORE VAU5 THAN MAW SPARROWS 'LOOK AT THE BIRDS OF THE AlR.....ARE TO NOT OF MORE VALUE THAU GETS KIND Opl W SOME OF I THESE J TlJMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN PROP PEAP, YA CRUPPY WNCHO'VELUV-PELLVP UOW-POWN CREEPS! enough (o t you started, but must make the I how seriously you've achieved it's you who Dear Dr. Lamb Four years his doctor doesn't prescribe a communion wilh your inner j start. I bad cancer of (lie limited diet. My husband also j self and serene acceptance, you AQVAIUUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. and was Irealed with cobalt for worries he'll lose weight if he I drift into just the right spot.; After the last few- one inimlli but did nol have is on a limited diet and he is Alakc lull use of it. limu for a modest, hvslerectomv. I am slill in i thin enough already. Every I I.EO (July Aug. Ihe road spell of ordinary days it's middle-of- B< Dear Header I1 s u a 1 1 y doses of radiation, like the ccball trealmenl you have had. stops all ovarian function. II has the same effect in this regard as surgical icmoval of the ovaries, including inducing an artificial m.-nopausc. distress, so il must be common. JJejir Header Your h band's (lector probably told him Dial [here was no physical cause for his pain, like an ul- cer, that was causing his dis- comfort. All pain is physical, even if the cause is anxiety my 40s. Is ii possible tor me lo time the TV is on there is an i Share VOIT pleasure and grati-j gc'l lad about gas bubbles, slomaeh lude wilh others, bul move PISCES (Feb. on. quickly to fulfill Ihc improving i This is one of (hose days when ins- i polenl'ials in your current silua- J you're carried along by the I'M PRACKTW INSULTS ATTHEEMENYT' MAKE'EM THE'R KOOL5J SAME T' FELLA' SEE... AMP IVHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEV PLOW THEIR COOLS? BLONDIE-By Chic Voung I never tell anyone they can- j and it hurts jusl as much, nol. get pregnant. You should j The most common cause of have nn examination and find in our socir'y is cof- fee, cigarettes, alcohol, cola drinks and stress The latter tion. tide of events, with no extra Vlltr.O (Aug. i moments for leisure or amuse- Impulsi- lugs hard pi your! infills. Also, you have little sleeve. Pick your lime by logic J chance lo extend your regular and go ahead, see what hap-i projects, pens. i (1971: Jly Tlie Chicago Tribune) out. Pregnarcy aflcr radiatioii, if il is possible, is not always wise because radiation in- creases 'he likelihood of having a deformed baby. Since the rest of ycur leiler slates you have children your concern is lo prevent preg- nancy. Dear Dr. I.aml: Will you sav sorr.eihing about our s'om- aciis? husband has been in constant distress going on four years. Afler his doctor says his prch.'cins are anxicly and pain is nol physi- cal. His die', has noi been re- stncled. I can't understand why MAL.VSTRIMI COMMAN- DER Major-Geucral Wil- liam S. Ilarrell has taken command of North Ameri- can Air Defence Command NORAD) 24lh NORAD Re- gion headquartered at Malm- slrom ATE near Great Falls, Mont, lie is responsible for the air defence of parl or all of nine middle Western stales and four Canadian provinces. often goes along wilh the other bad habils. Anyone with indi- gestion certainly for four years should stop all of these al once. Individuals car develop chronic gastritis (inflammation of the stomach) from these habits, and improper eating. This problem dees not show on an x-ray. It is cured by chang- ing one's habits. If Ihe diffi- culty persists, then it is lime to ihink about medicine. The wrong kind of foods can cause indigestion but the Hems men- tioned are much more often at fault. The stomach is a pretty tough organ if you give it half a chance. As I have mentioned several times some people have an in- tolerance for milk after stop- ping the bad habits it is worth a trial to stop milk entirely. Chronic frustration can and does cause stomach problems and leads to ulcers. Bees Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Kelly Ward, age 9, of Carmen, Oklahoma, for his question: How many bees arc in an average hive? The hive always shelters a few thousand honeybees, but the summer is late and the flowers are fading. In some mysterious way, the of (lie hive know it's time to operate for the winter season. There are fewer [lowers (o their numbers change with the provide dusty pollen for mak- season. The crowd is biggest in ing bccbrcad and sweet nectar summer, when the fields and for making honey. The queen gardens are full of flowery j lays fewer and [ewer eggs and blossoms. When winter comes, finally slops altogether. The the flowers fade and the air! workers stop feeding the lazy outdoors is too cold for bee drones and even throw them comfort. Then the teeming! cut of the hive. Many weary crowd dwindles down. The re- i workers die and no young bees Ex-MP, 100, dies at Batlleford NORTH BATTLE FORD. Sask. iCP) One of Saskat- chewan's oldest citizens. Came- ron Ross Mclntosh. died here in hospital following a lenghty illness. Mr. Mclntosh celebrated his 100th birthday July 7. He was the Liberal member for the area in the House of Commons from 1925 to 1940 and in 1912 he established the Noith Battleford News which later be- came the twice-weekly News Optimist. Mr. Mclnlosh is survived by a son, Irwin. of Norlh Baltle- ford, a daughter, Peggy, of Cal- gary and several grandchil- dren. maining bees shelter cozy hive, cluster in ihe ball, and ration their stores of hon- ey. When warm spring wealh- hatch. comes, When Ihe first frost perhaps only workers and Iheir mieen moth- er are left in the hive. Many er returns, they gc't busy again of the workers die before 2nd start building up the size spring. Bul [he queen starts of the colony. I rebuilding Ihe colony even if only a few hundred workers are left to lend her and the At Ihe peak of Ihc flowery summer season, there are per- haps 70.TOO honeybees in Ihe hive. This is nol counting Ihc Pcnnle have known for ages i babv larva bees or the un-. that bees ferlilize flowers and hatched pu.pa bees sleeping in help (hem produce more fruits their waxen cells. Nor is il j and seeds. Nowadays, most counting the at this hives belong to beekeepers. season the queen mother nifly They rent them mil in blossom CUfftAH IMrOHWN BUSINESS EVECUTIVE--YOU CAN' IT GO TO WITHOUT SHAVING BLONDE'S RIGHT- I'VE GOT TO BE MORE I CAREFUL f f ABOUT THE WAY I LOOK BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker FROM rtCW ON I vWr THIS BAKRAcK-5 KEPT Lit ABNER-By Al Capp I WARN DOJ'f INTERFERE WITH AN OFFICER 1M THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTV.V r- C-OREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [q 1971: By The Chkjno Tribune] East-West vulnerable. West deals. NORTH A <-J Void 0 A109S765 '.VEST A Void A K G 4 2 O Q J AAQ9S33 SOUTH Q ,110 9 E 5 EAST A K 2 V Q J 3 8 o K 4 .1 1 A J I O Void AKC2 The bidding; Wcsl Norlh East South I 10 y 1 A 1 Pass Pass 5 '7 A Pass Pass S "j B A Dhlc. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: King of North played cat and mouse in today's hand. When the first round o[ bidding revealed that his partner had a spade suit, he anticipated spirited compelition, so he decided to give the appear- ance of laking a sacrifice by merely bidding one more than the opposilion every time it was his turn to call. When he finally bid six spailcs, he was reasonably confident of success despite the p.incily of high cards, for .ill South needed was a good spade suit and no more than one he in posi- linn to establish the dummy, and restrict his loss on the deal lo one club trick. Had West opened Ihe ace of clubs, declarer must go down to (Ideal, inasmuch ns East's king of spades is securely placed behind the dummy's ace. West is not open lo criticism however for leading the king of hearts. North. ruffed uith the three of spades and a small diamond was returned for declarer to trump in his hand as West followed suit with the jack. The queen of spades was led and when West shoived out, discarding a heart, it became apparent that East held a trick in the trump suit. South must, accordingly, find some way lo eliminate his club loser. This could be accomplished only by obtain- ing three discards in the diamond suit. The ace of spades was played from dummy and South casncd the diamond ace next, discarding a cliih as West played the queen of diamonds. The ten of dia- monds was led and East followed wilh Ihe four. It appears taat there may be a guess at this point regarding the distribution of the ad- verse South discarded Ihe six of clubs without a moment's hesita- tion. West also discarded a club. (Observe that if the dia- monds are divided three- three, declarer cannot make the hand, because when the founh round of diamonds is led, East will be in position lo ruff in wilh Ihc master trump and lead hack a club while South slill retains one card in that suit.) East's king oi diamonds ivas trumped out next and a henrt was ruffed in dummy to lead one of Ihe established diamonds on which South disposed of Ihc king of clubs. East ruffed wilh the king o( spades find returned n club. Declarer rutted and claimed the rest, announcing that he would enter dummy via n heart nilf, nnd run the diamond suit to discard his remaining hearts. lay as many as 2.COO eggs in a single day. The adult bees are workers and during Ihe busy season most of them live only about six weeks. But this does not reduce the numbers of bees in the hive. As the weary work- ers die. far more young bees hatch to replace them day. Obviously Ihe hive gels crowded, even too crowded for bees, who like to live huddled close together. When living conditions in the hive gel loo crowded, the queen mother de- j cides it's time to move. She leaves home and several thou- sand worker bees go with her. Perhaps to of, them swarm tcgelher in a big! pi; round ball on a bough. Chances I are. a beekeeper coaxes Ihe swarm into one of his man- made hives. But if nobody no- tices it. Ihe bees and their queen mother build a new home for themselves. Meantime, back al the old I time lo orchard growers and lo farmers who grow seed crops Some types of honeybee do heller Ihan others and a sensible beekeeper buys the best. In one of his average hives, the of bees va- ries from around 70.000 in sum- i nlcr perhaps in ter. Questions asHed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P 0. 765. Hunlinglon Beacli, California 92MB. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1371) 8-n ARCHIE-By Bob Montana ARCHIE, I THOUGHT 1SOCIEn YOU SAID YOU WERE GOING TO HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne hive, a new queen has hstch- ed and also several male drone bees. In a few days, she goes off wilh Ihe drones on a mar- riage flight. When she returns, she starts laying eggs. The worker bees dial did nol leave wilh Ihe old queen lend Ihe new broods. As Ihe young ones hatch, the numbers in the hive grow from a few thousand lo perhaps or so. By now allx-r plane collision TOKYO (AP) The .iapa- i ne.sc tfm eminent accepted Die j resignation today of Gen. Yasu- hiro (Jcria, chief of slaff of its air force, which he submitted because of Ihc collision July 30 [between a Japanese fighler and an airliner. T h c government promolcd Lt.-Gon. Kanshi Ishikawa from vicc-cbief-of-.slaff la succeed Ueda. Kcikidii M.isuhara resigned onrlicr as the government's de- fence chief because of the colli- sion in which al persons aboard Ihe All-Nippon Airways' Boeing 727 were kiled, ihe worst disaslcr in aviation his- lory. The pilol of Ihe Sabre Jet, on n training flight, ciectel safclv. in 'mistake' shooting case I.OS ANGELES' (AP) Four policemen have been acquitted of violating the civil rights of two miarmod 'Mexican citizens killed in a "mistake" shooting. A U.S. District Court jury re- turned the verdict here in the [bird day of declarations. Acquitted Sgl. Marshall F. Gaines, 39, Jeffrey 28, and Hector Zepeda, 25, of the Los Angeles police force and William Kinsella. 2S, of Ihe San Lcandro police. The defence described Mayings of the two men, Gnil- lermo Sanchez, 22, and Guil- lardo 5nnche7, ?.l, ns a "tragic, unforlunatc mistake." Tlie l.wo were killed 13 months ago when police, looking for a man described as an armed, dangerous innrde1' suspect from Lcandro, near San Fran- cisco, kicked down Ihc door the apartment where the two were slaying. In the ensuing confusion, the cousins, who spoke oniy Spanish, were shot. Tlie, man sought was not Iberc, and when he surrendered later elsewhere, he was cleared llolkliiy Miulled SASKATOON (CP) The Saskalchewan government will consider making Ilic first Mon- day in August a provincial holi- day, Premier Allan niakency said in a teller lo cily council. I CHIP, AREM'T YOU COINS TO I HE THOUGHT MOM LIKED TO WASH, COOK. I ROM AND MEND HELP YOUR FATHER RAKE? GEE STOP BUSSING ME YOU KNOW I HATE TO RAKE LEAVES SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal DON'T LNDEESISWD WAV THEY DRESS. J PONT UNDERSTAND WHY WEAe LOUS HAll? ALL I UNDEESTAND IS 'M HAVING HOPE VA DON'T MIND ME BORROW1N _____ WOULD IT MAKE ANV DIPFEEEWCE DID?