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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta B THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD TuexJiiy, August 31, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon WEDNESDAY, SEPT. I Your B i r I h d ;i y Today: Sonic of tlie challfMifje in the year ahead conies from mvu'ly developing conditions but the yrciiLcst task will be inspiring and rein in ing co-operation, sharing responsibility. To- day's natives arc impulsive, apt to enjoy travel, much given l.o imagining and tcll- tall better even an old friend lias a .SCCTCI you haven't figured oiil yel. CANCKU (Jiiiu- 21 July In the midst of everything, your scheduled aclivit ics must switched to work around a I shortage or a delay Your inui resources malic up diseropnn- I cics readily. LEO (July 23 Anti. You may have a slight problem AllIES (March 21 April keeping your career efforts go- Today you arc your best l friend nobody else quite sees or will tell where you need to correct your course. A chance i to st'l slraighL or make worse an old misunderstanding is also I premised. T.U'IU'S (April 20 May Life as usual is indicated for Hie moment changes can be ,sccn coming but are not clear and urgent enough to justify ing full speed because of social activities and distraction. VIKtiO (Aug. 23 Sept. U'L routines be I lie preferred course. Avoid extensive com- mit monts involving instalment payments, long term credit. UllllA (Sept. 2.1 Ucl. It's time to roll out tbc red carpet fcr old friends, return- ing from journeys or minions. recall itelps you car- rv on a .suitable surface. drastic action. (iEMIM (May 21 June Make an active effort to get lo know (Jie people around you Andy sends a complete 'JO- volume set of the World Rook Enyclbpedia to Kalhy Ailcn, 13. of Elkmont, Alabama Tor her question: LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Yes, there are people allergic lo aleohol I read depressant effects of alcohol. Dear Dr. l.iimli your recent article on aleohol imd iome of its effecl.s ivithj drink if Ihcy should be lakin great inlcresi. I feel liquor bot-1 aniihistaminics for any reason. Why don't students stop collect- ing liinl cgjs? j Countless cliildren ask what Ihcy can do to help our Lhreal-: cncd ecology. K'athy's thought-' lul letter proves that a genuine ccolcgist knows some place to j begin. If we all shared her con- j ccrn for Ihe bird world, one problem would be solved and in ecology every problem is linked to all the others. Rocks don't mind being collected. But every fragile bird egg on dis- play means the sacrifice of a baby bird, plus all his or her descendants. SCUII1MCI (Oct. 211 Nov. Any way you approach life, you should find this an odd day. Unfamiliar companions, rever- sals of longstanding positions, peace-making with old rivals are normal for this wrong side out sort of day. SAGI'lTAIUUS Your .sense of balance and sclf-restrainl make the differ- ence on the Imirline between success or failure. Relax early, after giving serious thought to your current experiences. CAPIIK'OHN (Dec. 22 Jan. See people in a new light I perhaps new people in an I old approach He open lo closer co-operation, participation than usual. AQUARIUS l Jan. 20 -Feb. Trivial enterprises arc just as difficult and complex as major projccLs today. Concen- trate on essentials. PISCES (Feb. March It's time for your initiative. Proceed on and persist- ence toward a balance-tipping point a few days hence. TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN PUT...BUT; HCWCOULP YOU LOSE YOUR WWTHASH A RELIEFL.fHEY WAS'XTKEMEIY EXPENSIVE' YOU PON'TOWN I ANY GLASSES! ttWfl ARE YOU LOOKING FOR, MR. SOPPV? BLONDIE-By Chic Young mac hiiic r: MAVIS WANTS TO KNOW WHAT YOURS TO THE PA'JTY TONIGHT I don't really advise people lo tics should carry the same type of warning as cigarette pack- ages do. 1 am not a drinker and recently decided to quit entirely as alcohol was not agreeing with me. At times, when 1 drink, my face becomes deep red. my heart beats rapidly and the top of my body hrcnks into nxl blotches. This rominucs for two or three hours afier 1 have quit drinking. This condition is very embarassing when out for din- ner with people and they get quite concerned about my being. Frankly, this condition worries me and so T do not drink any more. My doctor says I am al- lergic to alcohol. He prescribed f.ntihistaiiiLnic as a remedy such as hay fever. I strongly A decade or os ago, the poe- tic scientist, Rachel Carson, wrote "Silent She en- visioned a future springtime agree ivith your decision to jus forget the whole thing. .r when no song biros returned Dear Dr. L.iiiil> -A realized the shock- of mine had VD when she was I tco Iatc- Multitudes married years ago. She had had poisoned by plants no treatment, but since there, and msects contaminated with is 50 much talk about it. she is! man-made chemicals, multi- worried sick, can! cat or sleep, i ''fd driven from She is over 70 now aurl has and IlesUnS been in good health all her life. I Many experts pooh- but wonders what coi'ld happen I Iwoned lhls ouUook alld to her Could she be ivorrving! lhe alllhor did live Lo sec them change their minds. She ow would! nave rejoiced to know for nothing Dear Reader she know she had VD? The correct diagnosis is usually made by a docior with a mi- croscope or Moratory lesis. that we now foresee the tragic possibility and plan to forstall t. The time has come lo change Unless she was' seen by a doc-1 lllc notion that the tor. I don'l siic even j world ol nature is a Ibv to do knows if she had VD or not.! before drinking, this seemed to i If a doctor made the diagnosis, elioose. Life on this luxurious planet is worthwhile help for awhile, but then its ef- fect seemed to make me un- balanced with only one or twro bottles of beer. To be able to drink or not is not my biggest concern. I just wondered how many other people suffered the she was probably treated. There are .1 lot of" causes share it with teem- Planls and amncals. Na- retardcti BOSTON iAPi Alassachu- setts General Ilospitat has de- a machine that shows promise as a means to teach reading lo retarded persons. To date, the machine has been used lo teach five severe- ly retarded teen-age boys to read 20 lliree-lelter words. ''At present the study is far (oo preliminary lo make any said Dr. Murray Sidman, a hospital psychol- ogist. "But if this method can be developed it will offer the pos- sibility of using a machine at least to begin the leaching." The boys learned lo malch (lie tape-recorded sound of words with the words them- selves written on a. screen on the teaching machine. A cor- rect matching rang a chime and a penny dropped out of a slot for the boy as a reward. Later the boys matched pic- UUTS of what the words repre- sent with the word itself, such as matching "cat" with a pic- lure of a cal. I WON'T TELL HER WHAT I'M GOINS i TO WEAR UMTIL SHS 1C..-) TELLS ME WHAT SHE'S IF YOU DON'T NIP THESE THIMSS) IN THE THEY CAM GO DM FOR HOURS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker IU ABNER-By Al Capp a discharge, or VD. 'a sore besides: lura runs 5-vstem and na- lure js willing to IcL us help what f can't begin to speculate if she would have trouble after all these years, not knowing if same way and thoughts are. Dear Header .My thoughts syphilis can are that" you are wise to stop I damage shouing drirJdng altogether. Yes, there years. improve it so let's learn lo with nature. Fcr example, it's too bad that farmers failed to let the your' she realiv had VD or treat- led. Inadequate treatment of! solve some of their weed in result in braul! and insect problems. Most of our birds enjoy a mixed diet, up are people who are allergic to ajcohoi w i t h similar difficul- ties. It is rather rare. T don't blame you for being the case of alcohol, their seda- tive action, i antihistaminics are sometimes used for sleep- ing pills) combines with the As the effects of age influ- ence the mind, people some- times imagine all sorts of Jlljuulllv; all aul u m j 11 things, including thinking they dollars worth of crops eve have had VD. This coiiM Ire concerned. Antihistaminics are ____ ___ ___ fine for some allergies but in the problem. The onlv sensible' course is to see a doctor. If, ?ohl! c she has any imjK from VD, he will find out. -taut effe be able Cadets pro lest youth report proposals OrfAWA (CPl The army, navy and air cadet leagues have protested to Prime Jlini s t e r Trudeail about recommenda- tions in the report of the federal government's committee on youth. The report released Thursdaj s and _ martins catch recommended discontinuance of hut each species has his fav- orite groceries. Bluebirds and warblers devour weevils, those pesky bugs that ruin a half very year. Mocking birds and catbirds, larks and thrashers ly grasshoppers. I Youdie.A.K., unless v01-1 r sisters H acKnoujledae I E TOO BAD ABOUT A.K iiiedge .__J BUT WE'RE me as their WOMEN f U lo GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CIIABLES H. GOREN 1C 1971: Br Till CMciga Trttm] vulnerable. West deals, NORTH s; K S T 5 Void A K Q .1 a 8 5 WEST EAST A1.1 K I PJS3Z .AK QJ in 87 3 irld the North-South cards today's hand was dealt at the Summer Nationals in Chicago last month. South was sorely lomplcd lo go all Ihc way after North ovcrcalled with .six clubs, he could not be .sure lhat his partner held firsl round control of the diamond suit. Most South players chose, somewhat re- luctantly, to pass.. West usu- ally permitted nature lo take its course nnd after East opcnrcl a diamond, North ruffed, drew trump and shortly thereafter, was nhlc to claim tricks. Whrrc the hirtdinfi pro- rf'odcd as depicted in the diasram, West sluhbornly TThiM'd lo sell out and the final riMjIl was thai the opponents reached ihcir lop hearts. This too imlic.-itablc. The openinR 'liarann1) Icj'J was ruffco1 in dummy. The king of hearts was cashed, followed by a small heart to Die queen on which West discarded a diamond, the North hand was reentered ivii.? ihe king oC clubs to play another trump. When East followed with the tut, South put in the ten, played the ace drawing the last trump and ran North's clubs to discard his losing spades. At one table. South chose lo feid seren clubs directly over his partner's overcall. West row persisted lo seven diamonds which passed. .South took this as encouragement to proceed, and he bid seven spades. It may appear that Ihe king of diamonds lead will defeat Ihe grand slam contract because it leaves declarer only one trump in dummy ?.r.d he cannot repeat the spade finc-sse against East's queen, however, Soulh fnund a way to surmount this hurdle. Alter ruffing the opening lead, he led the eight of spades and pul in the !en from his hand when East followed suit with the deuce. The ace of spades was cashed and then trunip', abandoned. South began run- ning Ihc clubs. A diamond was discarded on the third dull and a heart on the fourth round as East refused lo ruff in. A (iflh cluh was trumped with the six of spades, so lhat declarer could come down lo the same size in tramps an his opponent. Now a heart was led to Ihe king and more clubs were played on which de- clarer discarded the ace and queen of hcnrts. A heart was led at trick 12 and Hast was coupcd. Me trumped wilh the nine of spades bill Soulh overtrumped wilh the ten and look Ihc last trick with tho pesky flying insects on the wing. Thrashes and dozens of olhor relish caterpillar meat and owls keep down the ratty rodent population. Finches, song sparrows and dozens of others dine mainly on weed seeds. And let's not for- get nature's garbage collectors the buzzards, gulls and other carrion eaters. More than 60 bird species are ready and eager to help us, just by doing what comes naturally. How- ever, most of Ihem enjoy des- sert courses and this has created a misunderstanding. Orchard growers claim that ihe birds steal their fruit. Ex- perimental ecologisls planl near their trees. They report lhat Ihe local birds much pre- fer ihese rather sour, bite- j sized berries. Apparently Ihey sample our soft, bland frui't only when we remove their fa- vorile desserts from the sce- nery. Eoir.ertay wo may give up using risky chemicals and let DOMTDOMJVTHMG HASTV, I'LL REA50M VJ1TH THEM WHAT WE GAVE VOO DO YOU THAT.1-5 TO S THINK PROTECTVOURSELF "-S I'M AGAINST TREACHEROUS j D01WG? RATS ARCHIE-By Bob Monlang federal government support of j the cadet programs. Ill a telegram to 1111. Trudeau Friday the league represenla- ti-'es say the cadet scclion of the report is highly inaccurate, is based en "preconceived opin- ions of the and ig- nores "the demonstrated inter- ests and opinions of several hundred Ihousand young peo- ple." "We strongly urge the federal govemmenl to continue lo pro- vide encouragement and sup- port for these proven and highly valuable ycutli training pro- JUOMEAD.'MUST YOU ff ALWAYS PUT YOUR INITIALS IN WET CEMENT? T. i DID THE LIBRARIAN A FAVOR.' J HI AND tOIS-By Browne llus or lhat bird species help lo solve our various weed and insect problems. As lo sassy bluejays and those ras- cals lire crows, let's try ot livo wilh them. Sooner or later a sensible nature student sees Hie inter- locking systems of ecology in action Tlxm stealing a bird's egg Incomes a ridiculous no- tion. Instead, he or she i.s out there observing the wondrous ways of Ilic bird world. soon learn that this must be done quietly and politely be- cause birds have learned l.o distrust us. Though Andy claims that I hey are more than willing lo he friendly when wo encourage I hem by providing winter rations, shelters and nest-building materials. Questions assert by cnflrlrcn of Herald readers should he mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Hox ICi'i, Iluntinglon California 92MB. (Copyriglil Clironicle Publishing Co. 1011) kidney donor in ood BOSTON (API An SO-M-ar- old woman described by her doctor the urn-Id's oldest kid- ney donor is reported in satis- factory condition after an opera- lion in ivhich one of her kidneys was removed and transplanted lo her son. The kidney of Ethel Finlay of Bollon, Mass., was transplanted lo Edwin Finlay, also of Bol- ton. "I've had my Mrs Tin- lay said, "and if anything hap- pens, tint's all right. .My daiigh- ler-ui-law, Marion, needs Kdwin lo help her raise Ihcir five chil drcn. Thrit'.s uluit's Soulli Korean boat seized Soulh Korea i Itcu- Ler) North Korean pa'rol boat .seized u colon South Ko- rean trawler -.v.iV. SI) :ncn aboard near '.lie soa h'lrthT off the Korean .-.'isl coast and look it lo UK; rorth, national police said loday. The. Ira vler in il.s lasl radio lhat it had been clviscd for 'k -iiinules, had de- stroyed il.s radio equipment and being, loved north, I MADE A PAPER AJRP1ANE FOR YOU J IMA6INE THAT.' HE TOOK A PLAIN PIECE OF PAPER AND MADE AH IT'S NICE TO HAVE A BROTHER WHO IS MECHANICALLY INO.WEP SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal K'NS HAVE TO IVYOPBV ABOUT ANYONE PUBLISHING HIS SKRETrWE BUGS BUNNY HOW ABOUT VITERMINE PILLC. BALLPOIMT SAFETY )ff ;