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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IcTHBRIDGE HERALD Weclnciiloy, I. By Jectne Dixon (Mny 'ji-.Iiinc i SAfilTTAItll'S (.NOV. 22-Drr.! 181: Any side yon soled new lend to involud and praise re-, will have faults and flaws you in sonic IIKIIW uard original, spontaneous j cannot accept, long run. It's in liu's lie sure n[ approach Io a question llial is better to stay out of it. vour'advite before you offer it. beginning Io go stale. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Uulv I'tib- CAI'lill'OliN (DiT. 23- Ian. Sdf improvement seoins aided :_________________________________ lie alicnlb.n Io focus-till: Since you have to rcplan a and connected by public re-, rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN on vou with favor-1 complete campaifin, you have i sources, in public facilities.: able' re'-ercuxsion- l.d well no time to dawdle or review loo Something you've earned must enough alone in :mv routine i manv aivient details. be applied for shortly. chores (Jan. 20 Fi'li. IIII7I: By Tllo Chicago TrilmmO THAT'S uwr HAPPEN? UHSN W HAVE NO ANXIETIES. (Al I e 1 1 Clf 1 nl In f (1 b I M I 1 I.IBIi Tact 1 f i I I n Mi 1 o own' "Hint t c It and .1 bcncnt. of u hi let period. Olny 31-Jnnp SCOIil'IO Kh-t. l.-10 different; The tide of yum- acceptance; ihliH1- -it once resitUs in getting among friends runs inw and very li'tV accomplished. niJIy: all have to tiiMiirnnv's chores for tomor- i disagree, for irrelevant rea- row, sons. Baby opossums Ar.dv sends a complete 20- v o 1 u m e set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Steven j infants are blind and naked, j Grant, age 11. of Topton, BUJ they know enough to: North Carolina, for his ques- I scramblc through her fur to LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Heart pains usually dull Dr. Lamb 1 am a j three times every day for pim- !7-ycar-old boy and seem to be ishir.g little children'.''l am just very healthy. I was on the track I a grandparent arid haven't any K-am year and had no prob- j right to interfere, I v'ish you Jem my bedy. Alxjui ;r would pHnc this if is wrong. year I started getting a _ f von sharp pain that seems toj )his was (ruol pim. be where my heart is. It ishment. It could set un a life- only la.ts a few seconds, but o{ as the pun is unbearable and 11 as do irl-eparablc damase to cannot breathe during the pain, i the psydlic c; thc If I try to breathe, the pain gels! Bowel habits and bowH train- worse. 'ibc-M- occur almost ing arc major factors in person- cry day. usually after getting ality development ,-ral 1 can't up trom the table. Last irgm imagine that this would after I -vent to bed, I had that! tally ,f ,he sharp m my heart again, j reaUy do u though i; lasted about three j preciale the (lamage tilev can minutes. I struggled breathing.; doing If cither ono ot tho It seemed the paras would nev- j parent, is not involved m er leave Could this be some I form of pmisilmcnt th, sign o; some early heart or parent should talk chest disease? Dear Reader Heart pain Is usually not sharp. Most heart disease? cause pains that are dull or pressure type pains. Thc sharp pains can be caused by inflammation of the plurea of the lung next to the heart or by muscles pains ('small mus- cles in spasms i nr painful ribs. Thc sharp siicky pains under! tile breast are almost never caused by Jvart disease. Pain with breathing is morel suggestive of pleurisy or mus- cular pain. In fact, the way pleurisy causes pain is from the to the family doctor about it. A parent who would do this might well be in serious need cf Somebody ia Oil am between the ribs as the cliest cage moves with breathing. Anxiety, in thirling concern ED TON tCPl Somebody "cofed in Ottawa, says Edmonton book pub- iisher Mel Hurlig. Canada's new S10 bill, he told a forum on U.S. eco- ahoul one's health, seems to ag-! riomie policies, fronts lhc i.m- gravate some of these prob- lems. You should go sec- your and let him see if he can find a cause for your problem. If i hero is: none, then perhaps you should try to get back in pe.ik physical condition. This sometimes helps relieve of Sir John A. Macdonald and has a picture of an oil refinery on thc other side. Sir Canada's first prime miniver. some nationalism so thc bills, he said, bur someone fergot that the nil industry in Can- ada is per cent foreign- owr.ed. The foriitn wrs sponsored Dear Dr. Lamb What do! by the Committee fcr an In- you say about giving castor oil j dependent Canada, of which two or three, spoonfuls two or1 Mr. Hurtig is a member. GOBEW ON BRIDGE such disorders but go see your doctor first. BV CHABLES II. GOREN 1C itH: Of Thr Iribunt) Neither vulnerable. North do.ils, NORTH A AQJg 0 Q j A Q 7 WEST tisT K 10 3 5 A 7 4 3 J 9 8 A 0 10 C 4 A K 8 5 3 2 AJ108 SOUTH 4ifi2 v K f} 10 5 4 .1 7 K 3 i TTie bidding. Norih East Soulb 1 NT J 4 pnss Pass Pass Opprung lead: row oj v presented with Cmrk pift in ttxiay's hand Jhf only mean? of np5ct- linj; the la tier's four heart contract. West nprnrrl the four of dia- monds and East cashed the first two tricks in that suit "ilb the kinp and ;ice. The higii trump could be cxppct- rd Io complete the bonk, hut the question thon drnsp as to whore n selling trick mipln come from. East pausofl for n moment to study the situation. Siulh might be expected to have at loasl n six can] suit for bis jump to four hearts. Sinre he had already shown up wilh two diamonds, this left him with a maximum of five cards in the blnck suits. Alllm tho garm- hid have hem based solely on Jnnfi hoadrd by the K O J. there uas a cooxl chance that rircterrr held one of the black Kings would enable turn to score 10 tricks with ease once trumps were drawn. Even if declarer had nei- ther the king cf spades nor Ihe king of clubs, there WRS still no hope of scoring a set- ting trick in the black suits because both king5 were readily finessable if West held them. East came to the inescapable conclusion the truing suit offered tho oniy chance for his side. If West had the king of heart.1: or ihc- qin-en and two small, then the would be beaten off the top. If he held a iloubleton queen or three to the jack, howev- er, n trump promotion would br necessary In order to achieve his objective, East, continued -with a ihird round of the full knowledge tlint this would give the declarer a ruff and discard. South discarded a spcjde from his hand and ruffed in dummy with the drucc of hearts. A small trump led and Knst pbycd the ace to return a fourth dinmond. South was holploss. Hoping that tho adverse tmmps were divided two-two, ho trumped with, the queen of hearts to prevent .in overruff. He then cashed thi> king. When H.asl showcrl out, Ivixv- ever, it was rtvr.r.led that West's jark of hearts had be- come established to score tho setting uiek. It would not have declarer Io trump in with Die ten, of, since West would have ovcrniffcil with the Jack. AM ffAVIN'ff A WK Of E. ANY BLONDIE-By Chic Young into her pouch. are bnhy opossums has only 12 or 13 milk so the late comers of Some people insist that litter get nothing. In a opnssum is a dope with the successful ones gain sense to take care 20 grams apiece. In two himself. Actually his they are as big as has survived and eager Io poke out through millions of furry little white faces for wl'ilc many other species look at the world. Scon they came extinct. There are rides on mother's back, reasons for this success to her thick fur for One is the opossum's life. Later they toddle peace-loving character. behind her. At the age of other is something to do or four months, they go those verv tiny opossum to live their separate lives. mother opossum bears one a year and in the South- People who think the is stupid may never have met him on friendly terms. Or perhaps they judge him by their own ideas of what states she may bear two. As a rule, seven, eight or nine in each brood survive and become adults. This multiplication is one reason why the smart. A handsome survival record is named Gerald happens to live so in a little den. way back in Andy's garden. Every evening A vm, successful animal at C he conies to the reason to change to keep where he finds a paper with the times. This may- of meal scraps, fruit and why the opossum remained tables. He dines slowly, using his 50 sharp teeth to chew ev-crv bite, and washing marsupial, long after other marsupials became extinct through most of the world. And dainty hands after each course. Ho saves the fruit marsupials bear immature little babies which are incu- in the mother's pouch. In Gerald does all this slowly, whle cautiously matter, our opossum is a relic from the remote past. around. When a sound or asuen tjy cnnmon ow seems suspicious, he Herald readers should be pears into thc shrubbery. to Ask Andy, P.O. ever, he is polite and 765. Hunllngton Beacn. In polite and friendly !i2fi4R. Like all opossums he is a Chronicle vout pacifist. Some scare him, though be angry and he tries not to .rti'- up anger in other animals, ilis gentle, character keeps the out of trouble and helped his family to survive through L-tJltl more than 60 million years. Din-ing this time, saber-toothed tigers and dozens of other more aggressive species came extinct. He may also (CP) High- vive the age of pollution better than most living species. This is because be of the Economic Council of Canada's report Monday on economic performance and large families of very tiny for the first half of the His long success story million new jobs needed back to ancient times 1975, with special emphasis i many of the mammals wrere marsupials, like the pouched kangaroos of Australia. These animals bear tiny, today's youth who will be entering the important 2.V34 age group then, generating demand for bousing, furnish- babies and incubate them i other durables and Ihe mother's pouch. Mrs. services. sum may bear a litter of bec-s i z e d babies, the economy d.en- about two grams apiece. towards full potential squarely on domestic demand, since Can- is becoming more isolated in international trade. to of goods and services must increase in the next. years by six per cent a nearly twice the rate achieved in the last 18 months, to cut LOXDON (CP1 A team tolerable level of .1.8 or four Rrifish army officers flies cent of the labor force Alaska Wednesday to the recent rate exceed- the first unbroken crossing six per cent. land of the North and South; American continents. price inflation has The 20-strong party, which and pressmc for higher cludes scientists and will become even departs from Anchorage, at as business tries to head of Ihe Pan-American more normal profit way, on the 1.1. 000-mile after bcins tightly which is expected to take months. Driving two specially- Canada will need equipped trucks, thc expcdi- i new bouses and apartments lion's main purpose is to in the an ac- a pcssibic route for the over Ihis year's al- through thc swamps and program panning of Ihe Isthmus of Darien, about thin strip of land known as the Darien Gap linking the capital investment new plant and machinery dilficult are tho rise by 5.5 per cent a in the Darien Gap that the and now is 12 per cent milc journey across it is of its potential. peeled to take three with thc vehicles covering Iv.oen I1-, and three miles a S day. "The party will drive quicklv I 1 through Canada and the United 111 nlUKlIC Stales." an army spokesman i said Monday. ''If it can cut ils KDMONTOX way through thc Darien Gap, investigating the will continue on through the remains of a newborn America Io Cape found in a plastic bag by Capt. Gavin Thomp- near the son, Ihe cxpodilion will also A group of hunlers found as a military exercise in lag containing Ihe body travelling thro u g b extreme some bush. It appeared to wealher conditons, thc spokes- j been there for "some length of man said. police said BKTJ.E BAIlEY-By Mori Walktr LOOK gO LOVetV ABOUT OUR LI L ABNER-By Al Capp SO THAT'S WHAT IT'LL x CALLED ME OLD-FASHIONED ARCHIE-By Bob Montana THE WgATHERS TURNED U LISTEN SO WARAA I'LL HAVE.TO WHAT'S THAT V Hi AND Oik Browne HERES A SOMEONE MUS HAVE DROPPED IT.' K THERE V I SUESS I A LOST- SHOULD JUST AND-FOUNB KEEP IT HERE? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY THIS CLUCK PKOSABLV MAKES MILLION-POLLAK PEALS EVERY PAY: 'CIAL n iiim WHAT'S IT5A1: IT MAY BE A TIP THAT'LL MAKE US "TWO QUARTS AMU ONE LOAF 8KEM AN.P POM'T ;