Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
la _ THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Auguil 30, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TiT.smv, 11 Your liirllulin T o i! a y: From an in trod uc1 lory spell of nuim' subtle anil a fc-w changes youv year selllcs strongly cToativc. successful Drouth phase. Much of vour newly developing strength goes bacl; info your ventures rather lhan for fun or diversions. Today's natives ;ire shrewd managers of personal finances, usually Hsliilc slu-dcnls of special arts. AIHES (March 21 April Imporlant decisions have to u'Jialcvcr you're about iincl lake a restful break. 1.11IUA (Sc-pl. -ill (kl. Run a circle today, (o extremes if you can but be home on lime a surprise for your loved ones in good lime. SCOIU'IO (Oct. Nov. Gcgin in good humor, bring along others lo share in your current ventures. Your example influences manv others. SAGITTAniUS (Nov. 22-Det. Haste and short cuts now are likely lo bring negative results. Discipline yourself to a normal, sensible approach. CAIMUCOP.N Your program deserves Ihc best salesrr.ansliip and diplomacy for its promotion, beginning with your own, of course. An early start in the right direction lips the balance. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21) Feb. It may he essential to help younger people who sec no need fo- help or whose pride hinders Lheir acceptance. PISCES (Feb. 19 -March Plunge righl into whatever you've stirred up. Results are indicated as good with an odd twist, an unplanned resprmsc. !hiic to research the background information. Depend on mluilion. TAURUS (April 20 .May You have it made; all you need do is glide thru the day saying nothing of your plans, just stay busy and at work. GEMINI (May 21 June Surprise is the order of lire day, probably happy or at least interesting. When you see what happens, you may get busy preparing more of the same. CANCER (June 21 July Old memories and people come back in nostalgic memory Former colleagues from past work experiences may come visiting. LEO (July 2.1 Aug. Putting your strength and resources where your promise has been is the thing to do. VIRGO (Aug. 28 Sept. Clear up and clear out. Rainbow colors Andy fonds a complete 20-ro Linir ?et of (lie Woild Book Livydppeiii.'i to Andrew Ken-nev, aye1 l_. of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. ror his question: Are Ilie colors always in Ihr slum1 onlrr? The rainbow, as we know, is rhe spec! rum of trhife light. There is a built-in reason why the banded colors are always in (he same order. However, sometimes this same scries stands on us head. When one glimmering rainbow1 loops over the sky. Hie red bands are on top of the arch and the blue bands on (he underside. When a p; Icr secondary bow appears ouusidn the primary one, the same sciies of colored bands is reversed. Ordinary daylight is merely n small "slice of the radiant elec romagnetic energy that pours out from Hie sun at miles per second. Aclu-allv it is a blend of yellows in the 5.000 to range are nexl, then ilie orange rays with wavelengths between about and angstroms. The longest rays create the red band at the top of the spectrum. The order is precise because different wavelengths are refracted at precise angles. A rainbow performs the same trick with sunbeams and falling raindrops that act like Liny glass prisms. It appears when Ihe sun shines in the east or tt-cst and a raining cloud is in the opposite part of the sky. The raindrops refract the wave-Id gths of sunlight at different angles and separates them lo reveal their colors. The shortest are refracted at the sharpest angles and separated inlo the blue bands at the bottom of the bow. The longer and still longer waves are LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. rJnflMost doctors B siiifhs-h Everything Every tiling You Always To Know About Beagle.Usi Were Afraid To Ask rUMBLEWEERS-By TOM K. RYAN THIS MONTH THE: CQVETEP PLACK FgATHER GOES TO THE TRIPE'S NEW WEATHERMAN] ...THAT CRACK, RACK- TRACKIN' JACK! THAT 0055 PUFF OF PRUM6 AN' PLOW! THAT COY, CUMULUS-CABIN' CASSANPRAi... NEBULOUS 6NAT, I NAME YOU IN P IAN OF THE MONTH] S-JO FELICITATIONS, NE9.' INCIPENTW WHATMAPE YOU PECOME A WEATHER FORECASTER? BLONDIE-By Chic Young IP YOU GRADUATED FROM COLLEGE 1 COME SHINJWG pulsing along on dirfcrem wave-, wider angles Each series of, IcngLlis Thr angslrom unit 15, angles revoals the next band used to measure their infinite- simal distances from crest lo crest. One cenlimeler is slight- of color As a rule we classrfy seven Dear Dr. Lamb Uo you children can run freely bands of rainbow colors. Actu-; believe that alcohol is safer to across a heavily traveled four- ly longer than half an inch and tlie of wave-1 use than marijuana? Would you equal in million angstrom j ien'g'llls merges from one band i prefer to be treated by a doctor uniLs. The 6KTLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker 0 million nngstrom j m s from one band i prefer wayplcnglhs of or-, to tllc next_ If our eves wcre ,vho w, boozed up on Scotch lane highway without getting killed. But that doesn't prove I it is either safe or intelligent. I COMBUSTIBLE COT ALL THAT I peMOS.' BACK dinary white light ranpc from j 5riarper wc jetect un-' or one xvlio'd smoked a few j The young people I admire about 3.KOO to T.lliX) angstroms, shades from dark joints? Would you rather meet are the nonconformists who are all blended together in invisi- rij ogeth" ble radiant energy. When a hcnm of while light strikes through the glassy sides of a prism, it is bent, of re- frafljd. Us different wave lengths are refracted at differ- ent angles and separated from the invisible They are sorted according to wave lengih indigo through violels and head en with a driver who bad j able to rsist Uie call of the blues greens and yellows spent Ihe evening in a bar or j masses to come join them in one going home from a pot! dangerous experiments. The pot j party? Do you opt for a death' smoker today in onr schools is i from cirrhosis of the liver or not a rebel, but the very prolo- whatever the ultimate from pot' type of a real conformist, with- orangcs and reds. In a single rainbow, the blues are at the bottom and Ihe reds smoking? at the lop. But the same laws of light and refraction can repeat themselves and display a larg- i out Ihc capacity lo think inde- If you honestly choose al j pcndently. Wc may nol know cohol, please state this in a' all Ihe evils of marijuana, but column. I'm not particularly can you lisl the wonderful ben- into a series of bands lhat be- i cr bow outside the approving ot marijuana, but! cfits from this habit? The nucs- YOU MEAN INFLAMMATORY, NOT 1'OU DOPE.' I WAS I AM COMBUSTIBLE Li'L ABNER-By Al Copp irimary bow. Jls paler colors i I'm sick of imbibers of alcohol: lion is not jiisl whether it is! ire reflected from the rain- i and their holier-than-thou atti- bad or not bad, but is it good? colors of the spectrum. Aclu- ally Ihe colors are the short, gTOps [wjcc md the sequence hides. 1 use neither. Must we loam Ihe answers nol medium and longer wavc 1 reverses to show the reds be-: Dear Header Must I choose now available by human Ira- lenglhs arranged in precise or-j ]ow tne niucs Three, between being hopped up on pot gedy? I don't think it is smart, four of five rainbows are pos- cr stoned on alcohol? I'd rather j but slupid lo smoke marijuana. dcr The shnrlcsl waves in the 3.300 to 'i.lixi angstrom range reveal (heiiiselvps as violet hands of color. Next in order are the blue rays in the 4.4M to rnrijc. the preen r'ays must appear in the orderly alignment because Ilioir wave lenglhs arc in Ihe next range from 10 5.601) angstroms. sible, so are rainbows of main- not. I have frequently discussed the ill effects of alcohol, includ- liver disease, damage to ly reds or reds and greens. Questions asiieO uy cnjlrlrcn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. Huntinglon Beacil, California 92613. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) or lo use any form of narcotics. I have not tried marijuana and don't intend to. Perhaps if I' GOREN ON BRIDGE HV CHARLES H- GOREN QUIZ ANSWERS Q. i Neither vulnerable, partner opens with one spade. As South you hold: 4375 WRQfH OKJ6J What is your response? A Ivpe of holding Is 10 manage, for thrre Is no the lesser of evtli mu.'L chosen hand is nol ilron? to Justify Ihc naming of new nuit at Ihe level ot two. It with in the of no Inirro response, bui the worth.- drublcton tends to itcer me u-ay from lhat hid. 1 thlnU It Paji A fsvtn rsrd suit It li not tuWclrnt rxcuse for maK- Ir.g free bid at (he level of three. The void In pailner's iuiL fhouJd terve as n danger If vou bid three dinrnonds. part- ner will be forced to reto'd. It u-lll no doubt be three RpndFH. What then? Q. Bolh South you hold: the pancreas, brain and diges- were .still an adolescent trying tivn tract. 1 have pointed out i to prove T was growing up, I lhat alcohol is (lie biggest drug would, hut I'm past Unit stage, problem in high school and Now, lhat is my opinion, not i college. Now that doesn't mean facts. Yen have a right lo your I am pomg to endorse mari-j opinion, but 1 have a right to juana cilhcr, so if that is what mine. You naked for it and! you want, you might as well' there it is. forget it. I I reported the American Mod- ical Association view on m, juana as an index of the offi t'ial opinion of medicine. Since then, many pooplc have written insisting that l state my opinion on poL. So I will. There is so much controversy i _ A PI-PV srnl because there arc not enough facts lo make the answer vious. I am. however, totally inn- helps ARCHIE-By Bob Montana TRAVEMl'ENDE. West t aorlhlcss doubleton, a oT partner'.! suit should be M> therefore vole for two South, vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 A I'ass i 0 Pass 2 J'-iss .1 C- Tasa INT F'ass What do you bid now'' A nr( trump, provided The bidding has proceeded: North East South Pass Pass 7 What action do you take? A Four hearts. Th is nor- mally too i iron E hand for Germany (AP) A grey seal who lives in the shallow wa- ters off this Baltic Sra resort, is being credited with helping save a draining girl's life. GusLav Gran, a vacationing opposed to the idea. The drug problem in this country is very dangerous. I know of too many reUrcd border 'guard, said Ihe i instances of yr.iMip impression-: SM, Ihe girl and a "Ihe joint'1 and ending up on "Ihe or a pcr- man Iryinp to rescue her by I svimminc beneath them and I'deratlon dismissed. s already poised, con- of slam ihould be The preempt may ,-A-ood bid. This Is Intended raise of the no Irump ind vjiahon to bid .tla-n If the oprnine hid in Jilffh cards Jnd vnur partner ha.-s opened the bid- dine iind jumped which rraka yon aware of slam possl- vji'icii should 4- As South, vulnerable, ynu hold: the opponents have a spade fIL Q. vulnerable, as South you hold' AK 6 4 9A107G3 07R.1AQ4 The bidding has proceeded: Soulh West North East Pass Pass 1 l A What action do you tr-be? A heirti. Any pxcilp- mpnt induced bv possession of the fifth heart It not justified. This hand U worth only 10 polnli In support of heirLa. Just The bidding has proceeded: Smith VVV'sl East 1 A Pass 2 0 Pass 2 T'nss i A Pass .ininn (In yon lake? a perfectly n Min Al Ihi1 Hmfl n Tills, .So'iiliM h.inil :s, hut now that North rniMly spades, I nn rcvaliillon is worth ns Snnlh you hold: VQr, 1 Q 1037632 81 The lii'ldinp, da.? proceeded: Norlli Soulh 1 A 2 f> What flction do you lake? Q. 7 Neither vulnerable, as Soulh you hold: 45 '7AQJFM 057 J.KQ1042 The bidding has proceeflcd: Soulh West North East 1 Pass 2 0 Pasn HTiat action dn you IHBC' a Al thei- i-on cannot sfforO to show Ihr rlnh suit. Your nanfi IK not sironc cnniich tn support n rrhltl nl thi proper rclJld wmild have hren two clubs. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: A-I 5 OQ108B12 4.2 The hidding has proceedcrl: East Soulh H'nsl North Pass Pass 19 I NT Pass 2 o 1'ass 1 NT Pass What action do you lake' Three 11 Is lhal .v.iii liavn alrr.idv warnnl by your diamond turi lhat your hand Ihe rsKpn- liiili Tor a rnl.'C nf no tmmp. mancntly damaged brain or j even suicide. How can I con- j 1 done .S'ich a tiling1' You may argue Lhal. they; 1 didn't need to go to hard drugs i hut, in truth, a certain number; do. One can escape the danger: Deadly soup mystery unsolved CAMDEN, N..I. (Renter) Government officials and Llie: C.impbel] Soup Co. slill have no, S clues to solve the mystery of; how deadly bolulin poison got' 1 3 can of their chicken vegc- i .soup. i "II is simply impossible, il i T'lT.sidrnL W. I> Murphy in an I inlCTVicv. "Rul il happened. nrr Koinfi l.o make the impr.ssible even more impossi- blc.'1 Campbell officials have gone i fore il can expect special i over step of the soup- oral aid, Martin O'Connc'.l said firoce.ss at Campbell's nu.'lging ,'hein Luwaj-d .shore with his hack. The seal, called Rohby since he came to the Trnvcmurnde area two years ago, frol- icking with a swimmer just offshore on Tuesday. The sea was rough. Gran said the immrr broke nit his play ivHJ: Robby he calls lor hoV frcm a young girl swim mi ntMrbv. he reached the screaming girl and grabbed her. Kubby showed up. The sc-nl fnicrgcd beside ll'.c struggling pair, fhon dived and up under them, Crau .s.'ud. With JJohby's help, the girl was taken to the bench. iVoiihor girl nor rescuer was identified. COME SEE T'LL HELP THANKS. THAT WAS t I'LL VERY DRINK. TO I HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne REMEMBER N THAT APPLE PIE V ON OUR HONEYMOON? WISE WHEN SNICKER LIKE THAT THEVU. NEVER SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal Toronto must sell (GT) 'J'oronto must follow Montreal's example by selling itself as worlhy nf major inlcrnation.il even Is bp- 1 Paris, Tex., plant in an nllcnipL to find out how the i amonK (he dcnclliesl. kiinivn to inlo a can of soup Mr. O'Connell, minister re- sponsible for Information Can- ada and member of for Toronto Scarborough Mast, manv.r.icliirrd IhereJiily I said in an ir.lrrvicw the federal There have hccn no I'epoi'tcd ftc.vc hufje (n 1 illno.sso.s r.ml tlamplwll says it Monlreal ;inly al'ler lhal. city already has accounted in its re-[ succeeded in aLlracLiiiR ICxpo call ffir 71 cenl of (lie cans and (he ID72 Olympic BUGS BUNNY l ini It find jou ust shoil rulgf, Inismuch contnlrn ly fmir pmnti parlnrr Is r nlhrr wornlng. IL mhlnkn Ln )in.M Iw (UimocdJ vci in dial, balcli of chicken Toronto receive siiuiliir bin soup and more arc coming. aid if il urro the .site of such flul reeallinf! (he soup was events, lie said, only Ihe beginning The morn Mr. O'Cnnnell itled to wnuld serious step of finding out how (ho loxin gnl. (he- can in Ihe 1 first place faces and rop- l he governnK-nl. So far, l.hey Inr' 1 nro slymied. ing on efforl.s lo ti million ccmir.cnl- hlain a for domed stadium in Toronto, lie said ho nol automatically -such a move.