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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 54 THE IETHURIDGE HERALD Wednesday, December 15, 1971- Your horoscope By Jeane Dlxon TIM I; Your ll T.UT.rS (April 211-May YMW budget awl fiii.mnnl ar- would ht'ncfit from attention and re-evalua- tion, I.ontf range- fionls tome inio focus, CIvMI.M (May 21-Jmir Tlie inirdrrak1. middle1 course offers the best going. Slay out of ether peopled discussions fur at least a few more rounds. Uunr July j provokes s o m e i shock, sale resistance pi-o-j ceetl gently but definitely to sell your favorite Muly 2.'! f.'ii commit m c n t s arise in course of rou- tine work. Be of liow open your pledges are. VIIU'iO (Aug. 2.1 Sppt. 21M: i You can he Iv.-lpf'.il by j Iwing calm, while other people offer emotional over expres- sions, impulsive promises. i I.IBKA (Sept. 2.'t Oct. I In keeping up with j ing events make notes of all i ideas as you come by ihi-m, 1 there'll be plenty. i SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Enough must be done on all i skies so that you ean pick out favorite activities if you begin early. Project cheerful humor, SAC.ITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Di-c. Strive for reason and nor- expression on this rather ordinary day. A definite bit of LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Mlrojjlycerm pills and heart disease 1 fimily in nffc-rs a st-nsf (if nchii vi'iucnt. C.U'KICOHN iDi-f. 2-! .Inn. I direful selection becomes a main factor in your success fit.s in one .sitnatbn may b? nil in .mother. (JjMi. 20 Frh. You selllo l [wlicnls with as- .surance ns ;n-e subject to fjrent revision fairly FOOIV j and you can move n and up. IMSCES (Fell. Now is the time remember who bss done nice things for you (1071: By Thft Oticnpn Tribune) THE L SI-KJ, I JltfTKNOEi) THAT UE'RE 60ltw TO 6REAT i fRiSKf] ON! I SHOULD HAVE AW 5KATE5 THE I REFUSE TO HAVE AW FEET HOLLOW rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN had not been having trouble. (leal of oral years and had been able io I prevent pain when walking and '-illen on nitroglycerin tablets. This j auite a different situation than of if he had not been having troub- !e for months or years and then rted feeling i developed chest pain. evening and i Since had had been taking near Dr. column, you talked about nitro- i That makes a great glycerin tablets, uses and can-difference. Obviously, from tions. You slated thai it slwultl your letter he had been having not be taken ii a heart r.llack j angina (chest pains) for sev- t; coming on could cause A month ufii. my father died probably relieve pain by taking of a bear! ..-I.T-.- tlie ccrtificaie al inflection death. My father poorly on Thui between that night and Friday nitroglycerin regularly, your night whrn he he took father's doctor quite properly four nitroglycerin tablets. a refill of his pre- Hc had been taking them for j seription. Now four nitroglyccr- z few years, especially for j in tablets over a 24-hour period walking. But he ran out and is not an unusually large dose, called his doctor and she pro- i It is doubtful if anything scribed them over the phone could have been done that that night. would have prevented the loss Xecdless Io I am VCIT of your father since he ob- thosc viously had fairly severe heart disease of long duration if he 1 had been taking nitro tablets had to walk. It is possible that he was lulled into a false sense of security from past relief with nitroglyccrin and didn't call his doctor back when he didn't get advise me questioning his doc-1 relief. tor for incompetcney? My best advice to you would I realize I am asking you a be to go see your father's doc- delicate question concerning a lor and discuss the problem fellow doctor hut 1 believe with her. You'll feel better. Cor- there. is gross incompefency become sore and running, he needs more sun- shine. Mother Nature provides all j the things that turtles need in j the wilds. But a pet turtle is a j captive and naturally he can- j MONTREAL (CPi Bernard not tell you what he needs to i l.ortie, 20-year-old trade school stay healthy. His shell should I dropout sentenced to 20 years be hard because it Is meant to protect him from his enemies. In the wilds, he gets the right Lortie trial set over j--Jay until Jan. 7, when dale will be -set. Lortie is one of four men charged with the kidnap-slaying of Mr. Laportc in October 1970. He was sentenced Nov. 22 on erin. You sec. your father was not a person who suddenly starter! having chest pain and the county medical society to have their grievance committee look into the problem. GOREN ON BRIDGE HY CHARLES II. GOREN (c H71: BY The CMcm North- South vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A Q A K A K 10 S WEST A K Q J 3 v K 7 5 0 Q J f S 4 3 EAST A 10 7 s Void 9 s r, s I 3 A Q .1 9 SOUTH i Void tf Jin 9 S 4 .1 2 107 The bidding: South West North East 3 3 A SO pass Pass Pass Opening lead: King of A Altho Smith's vulnerable opening three heart bid was not culled from any text book with which we are ac- quainted and laid the basis for his partner's jump to six managed to emerge with a profit on the deal by uncovering one of the rarest coups of Uie smother play. West opened the king of spades which was ruffed by South with the deuce of hearts. A trump was re- turned and when fol- lowed with the five, the queen was played from dum- which East showed out, discarding a diamond. Altho the trump finesse had succeeded, prospects did not appear favorr.ble, inasmuch as the heart king was well guarded and a club loser seemed unavoidable. A second spade was trumped with the four of hearts and dummy was reen- tered with the king and ace of diamonds and the king of clubs, to ruff out three more spades, with the six, eight and nine of hearts, as East Discarded diamonds and West helplessly followed suit. A club was led to the ace for declarer's 10th trick to pro- duce the following position with three cards to go: NORTH A Void V A Void 108 WEST EAST A Void A Void V K 7 O Void O Void 098 SOUTH Void v .1 in 0 Void 47 The eight of clubs was placed from dummy, East put up the queen, South fol- lowed with the seven and West with the five. Now, on East's diamond return, de- clared ruffed in with the ten of hearts and West was help- less. If he overruffed with the king, North would cover the ace and the jack of hearts would taka the final trick. Tf West imdemiifed, on the other hand, the final outcome would be the same. West's king of hearts was smothered and his trump trick vanished into the air. imprisonment for the kidnap- ping of Pierre Laporte, Quebec ........_ labor minister slain in 1970, had foods to keep a healthy his trial 'or murder postponed condition. A pet turtle needs bone meal and a little cod liver oil mixed with his meat. If his shell has become soft, you can help by putting a smallish lump of plaster of Paris in his water. His body will use these in- [thc kidnapping charge and was gradients "to strength and liar- scheduled to begin trial for I murder Monday. I He was the second accused to have his trial postponed because of a heavy December roll call. ancis Simard, sentenced to for the mur- Mr. Laporte, had his trial kidnapping postponed to ,ian. 7 when a new date also will be set. Paul Rose has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences for both the murder and kidnap- ping. His younger brother Jacques is the only one not to be tried on either charge. He is scheduled to begin his murder trial in Jan- uary. Mr. Laportc was abducted from his south-shore home Oct. 10. 1970. His body was found a week later in suburban St Hu- bert. OH ALL RIGHT] I IF YOU MUST 1 I'M V PRONTO! NOT THE LE5ENPAWINPIAN STAR Of POOK, PULP AN1 SUCK WHO 60E5 AWT WRCES OF EVIL, AIP6P 0YHI5 FAITHFUL PAtEFACE COMPANION, SIPE-KICK ANP COMIC REIJgF THE LONE i COULI7 VERY EASILY 6ETTO LIKE YOU BLONDIE-By Chic Young HE FIRST FOUS COURSES A GLASS OP WATER, CRACKERS. A TOOTHPICK AND A -i NAPKIN BF.tTLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker MV OLD SRANlJy CiSOSS-STITCMSD ONE OF Tt-teE ones. AND MUNS rr UP ON OUR WALL, AT HOME i LI L ABNER-By Al Ccipp den his shell. But this cannot be done in a burn'. A soft shell means that he has been suffer- ing from malnutrition for quite a while. It will take time I' repair the damage and rcbui1' it. So please be patient. II' poor shell may a little firm- er after a week or so. In a month or two it should be bard and healthy again. However, your pet begins to feel better just as sotM as you start the proper treatment. A water turtle dines under water. If he is healthy he may need only one meal a week. But a sickly turtle may need to eat more often. The secret is to serve him the kind of foods he eats in the wilds. He is very grateful when you catch him an earthworm. But a help- ing of raw hamburger is just as good for him. Besides, you can mix his bone meal and a little cod liver oil with the fresh ground meat. For his vegetable course enjoys a bit of lettuce or some other tender salad greenery. For dessert, you may give him a small helping of fniit. Nature serves no cooked meals so al! his food should be fresh and raw. It is not wise to feed him by hand. He has no teeth but his hard bony jaws might bite you by accident. Out in the wilds, Ihe trash and garbage decay and change into chemicals that can lie re- used as plant foods. This Is how nature keeps tilings clean and healthy. But it does not work Holiday-bonus package for union workers TORONTO (CD Nearly Canadian members of the United Auto Workers union will get a KHlay Christmas-New Year's holiday and a Christmas bonus this year. Jerry Hartford, a spokesman for the union, said today the holiday-bonus package is part of contracts negotiated during the last two years with the big three auto manufacturers, auto- mobile feeder manufacturers BILLIONAIRESS.'.' 's ONLV ONE JAV TO EXPRESS V, GP.ATITUDIl- BRAM R.AU..S TRIPLED IN VALUE..'.' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana YA.I TOOST; FINE: LISTEN TO YvVHAT'S RECORD UKJD DEN REPEAT VNTIL I MEM-OR-IZE; LEARNS FROM HIS PHONOGRAPH IN THE FURNACE ROOM.' BARNYARD ANIMALS.' MR. SVENSEN HAS A PHONOGRAPHIC MIND.' HI AND tOIS-By Oik Brawns for your captive pet. So it is and such companies as Mas- up to you to do his house clean- ing. After each meal, clean out his box, change his remember Io replace the plas- ter of Paris if he needed it. sey-Ferguson and Douglas Air- craft Corp. Lid. Mr. Hartford said workers In Ford, Chrysler and General Mo- tors plants in Canada wrill be off i ivork from Dec. 24 to Jan. 2 in- A lurtle spends a lot of lime elusive for the "paid Christmas in the water and his private pool should te big enough for a comfortable swim. However, he needs to drv off in tho week sliuldown." He said office workers at Ford and Clna-slor plan's alsn will get 10-day holiday, but air and soak up some sun. i GM office workers are not cov shine. He needs a rock or a i erctl by HAW contracts, small beach, just alwvc water j Workers who get the Christ- Icvcl so that he can scramble j mas lionus will receive the ashore. If his eyes get sore and equivalent of one day's pay, he ninny, gently dab them with said. Woll Disney's-THE CHRISTMAS CONSPIRACY -YOU ALREADY HAD ONE SEE WAS HOURS b6O.ii THEY'RE NEVER GOING TO GET THE RECYCLINe PROGRAM MOVING WITH MOTHERS LIKE HER.' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol BUGS BUNNY LET ME HELP YOU ACROSS TH' STREET FOR MY 6OOD DEEP... 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