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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE ICTIWUPGE HEfAlD YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON I--JI11MY, I'F.n. II ili'C MIUI- Yniir liirllid.'" Inner (hMT.iliin. ii'-i'i> arc i a mil.-! in >nifl of Hold on to vmn f up iMiiwMil tircum- a uiik-r -''I Manav. 'wMi crude auindii'.i! in ,-inrl suoi'i1 cilrrrnl.s, Adeline-. Today's VIIU.O l Vna. naliuv- prH-licaliiy An .stari with! im- MI.V. rniKvw-- f'-Km- -Mini-l-. sTjlpmrm- .n i-vc-i he. I.IHI! V oqil. nido i-'i' il You may li> i'' ;'M'I 'your normal rhaK' TAl'lil's pcvpk- Miming tiirn-; I ivm'o Hyy fil ;ii tlu'v re cxpcclitl !p (I1 ,i.d V.'lMO SCOUI'lii HIM. On ihc oni1 :-r.iu'-, r.'i-h un noisy p.upV "r blisi AQUARIUS (Jim. 21 j i Trouble shooting is in ordf-r as flaws develop suddcn- i on ly in Llio best of plans. Yon T for may revert lo normal and gi Hit-1 counter lo advice on principles, too. I'fSCKS II rli- IS-.Mnrch 2111: Be a lornial in your fip- pro.K-li lo p i' o l) 11' today Tlnnk in Icrni.- general i (In they do, anil Hfihl dan-ns. (1S72: Ily Till' Cliic-ai'o Triliilno) THEM lit'1'! 6KI.XD OJT' AN OfViOllSW PojiJ A? "THE ANPTHE FEMALE TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan ro "M i cd. -i' :i'c It 50V, THE "EXCAVATORS 15 REALLY A 'n. 21 Sl'U'Cl I conci nlr.'ltc i''i-ir.'. yiiyi-i. conflicts nv Invi- -21 .inly 22i: CM'RICItUN People HI': Ncrrly -..r 10 a: m i-eni, ]'M much cf anyi'tini? LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. I'rnr l.iindi How dors 7t man u" iihciii hair un lu> of my frirads "l are hairless, hut no: We have heard that .--pccial mul ealina herhs will jmi'liicc a massive crop of pn'hiem is Ilial no i-ne lo I'.now complete pnXTOure. would like your nducc. We are all in 2fls or :UK so ur enn'l LIN- pcct n.iture In do loo much niore op. ov.'n. Urar Uraili-r 1 your main concern is hair on your head. The simple trulh is Uic-re is no gooii way to crow hnir on Ihe head u-hen you have your problem. There arc large nurr.ocr of men have haldncss ver.' earh in life. The claims fur special creams. ioixls anti air- number of nihor claim? arc rot successful ihc only Ihina they v.-ill ilo is lost money. have vet to .see a hona fide, successful M'ay of grooving hair nn a bald head. Sly best ad- vice to you would lie not to he taken in by any charblan put- ting oul ialM- advertisement M-ith such claims. There have bci'n a few re- ports of producing a few scrag- hairs on the lop of Mtt head by application of cream con- taining testosterone, the male hormone. This has not been suf- ficiently successful to suggest it to anyone for practical appli- cation, fn fact, most people feel that testosterone is a sig- nificant factor in in'lx-.ns "aid ness. At least you an v.ell 11. is e.xplarat.on a n vl claim to have a high level of virility Transplanls of hair follicles lo the h-eii done. This is a long, time-' praicct where hair milicles approach heen lo imdmienth Ilif sc.i'n synllvjlic or pli'.slic type mater- ial with liLllc altachmcnts lhat treugli Ilic skin which en- ables one In anchor a hair piece i (lorni solidly Such a hair piece can lie worn v.hile swimming or I engaging in any other activity and lot.k like a normal head of hair. Tliis procedure i> veiy ex- i pensive I subject there are only a places where you could it done safely. My aducc is lo learn lo enjoy il. lusl thirl: of all the problems you have escaped. If you arc liiMurht-tl because ot the present emphasis on hrur. maybe ycu should think about starting a nev; style. Yui Bryn- ner did il in a rather big and i financially successful way. I v.T.tikl like lo add that if and when is L-i correcting baldness, it is going to be a very veil known achievement and you won't have lo ask '.vhcrc In go lo get i! draw. Men and some women have been, searching (or cures for baldness for generations. Andy .sends a complete 20- voluniL' set of Ihc World Bonk Kncyclopedia to Winona No- dab, age of Bridgeport, Connecticut, far her queslion' Will lo metric lie Kin difficult1.' if you start in llm kilch- cn. A sensible way to tackle any impossible problem is lo sample h in small helpings. To grasp (lie meu'ic system, we nms[ get used to its meters, and kilos as they occur in our everyday lives. We al- ready know how its decimal -yslem works because use il every time we speud a dime -.vhich is the tenth part of a dollar. The rmirmurings about the metric sysic-m grow louder and, without a doubt, one of. iliese years we shall be using Lo do all our weigliing and measuring. Through who- lir.ows how many generaiions we have used a hodgepodge of methods to do these things. And ivho-kriows-how- inuch time we wasted on them. This far outweigh; the argu- ments against convening lo the simplified metric system. Certainly such things as re- designing industrial equipment present big problems that will lake time. But we ordinary folk caji help by training ourselves lo think in the metric syslem. Sirce the abrupt snitch will not occur tomorrow, we can take our lime and enjoy looting it smallish samples. Cooking and sewing, walking and caling give us opportunities to get t'10 [eel o! the metric sjslem. When it arrives, we should be able lo greet il as an old familiar friend. We Imow, of course, ihat its easy decimal system is based on the meter. And, of course, ll is no problem to figure its 100 centimeiers and millimc- icr.s. Wt- can stride off I.OC'J meters In cope with a kiloinc- I ler. With nol ion much rc- sc-ardi. we can loam Ih; rola- lion.-iliip ol ihc m: lor lo the kito and ll-e ami figure Ilicir i equally in-a! decimal fractions in and liquid.- Hoiv- ever, the old bran: lends lo pel jbcircd wilh rather simple paper I work of liiif sort Al this poini. i; needs to he challenged b> rca! life experiences. Let swhch a cup of [lour r.i'd aivnlKT of milk t.i I the metric s.vslem. Then let's 1 convert a pini of ni'-lk, a pound i of butter, and a tablespoon o[ j ivaler. The ifli-.i 10 fee; him (hese items fit into Ihe men-it sy.-ti-m. So wo not work the trar.slaliens out fine fractions. A cup ni flour neighs about four ounces and equals appoxi- mately 113 p-ams. A cup of; milk eiaii! fluid, ounces ar.ii about milliliicrc. A lab'espooiLful ol water is five A pin; J of milk is sliL'hlly rr.ove than half a hicr a p'j'.ind of but- 1 (er weighs than half a kilogram. I: this on a headaciie. tr. aspirin. which weighs one gram. Far more 1 await our and T'r'.-lr mea- suremenLs i'- out precisely in i.r.c--: frac-ion? All our screws, hoi'.s numer- more part-s marie to i the old syster.'.s. Evor.ttialiy will bo. by new I meiric in the mear.ume. our world may of E Ihan was questions rnnnnT, i of Herald reader? bp maiied to Abk Andy. P 0. (Go, Bcacj P.TJ3. Chronicle Questions and OF HIS MereoRic RISE TO THE PEPTH5 OF HIS PROFESSION, HOW HE WAS EXPLOITED HIS TMNINff PECLINE ANP DLTIMATP TRAGIC BLONDIE-By Chic Young "1 AM EXCELL-ES'T I TWENTY DOLLARS.' BEE11E BAlLEY-By Morf Walker TELL ME, you -c NEiTjEe USS OK yOUE I TO USE IT ON _ DOCRtts'03 U'L ABNER-By Al Capp A: i ;i6 J i ;f oOHD I i; OVI'K-- ARCHIE-By Bah Montana U Q. 1 arrived in Canada ir. I I Marcli year. I am laid ilia1 i- i-'Jenlinca'jo.i I must enter en n'.y Lax rc-lurn I and for the KCW, TO STAP.T I OUR fvVEETINS, LE-T'S ALL JOIN HANDS AND TURK GUT THE LIGHTS.' GOREN ON BRIDGE .the daii1 of my cnlry inlo C 1 ada. Why is this A. The reason YOU arc i-kef] j to stale your dale of entn inlu Canada is your personal fxempLions, and dard rlcduclions if applicable, prorated according; to BY CHARLES H. tt BT Th? Chlraia Trlbund North-South vulnerablfl. East deals. NOBTH A t> .1 S i 3 7 5 Z WEST EAST r J ion QBSI: Q 10 S A K 4 3 J 10 7 fi 5 SOUTH A A K 10 2 f' A K 2 K 9 A A S 1 The bidding-" Kait -South Pass 2 NT T'ass :i A Pass Opening ILT. I'nss Pass Pass d- Jack North's Ihrce clutj rcsponsr Is, of course, Ihc artificial TTicLhwl emplnywl to for a mnjir suit fit after an opening hi'! of hvo no trump. South is cxpf.cied in show a four card major if lie hns one, and lo birl three montls if he docs nol. North was in portion in biri spades himself since he has five of them, however, it was his desire lo protect Uin strong hand fror.i hcinR led Ihni hy making .Soulh the de- clarer in Ihc event the latter held four spades, If Snnlh lud cilher three diamonds or I h r P n Pearls, North slill retainnri tlie opportunity to hid ihrc-c spades himself. Observe that if Norlh'r. five rard i'.nl was in hrarLs lif .slw-iild Ihc Hirer: dnh ronvcnlion. for if he and partner rchids three il deprive.-. ol the opporlunHy lu offer a choice of game cftn- Irads. West opened Ihc jack ol hearts against four spades and when the dummy ap- peared, South experienced a slight regret at not being in three no trump. With eight top winners, he need score but one trick in diamonds to increase his total lo nine. In a spade contract, however, he must find two tricks and both the diamond and club hold- ings Icit to be de- sired. Declarer decided his bc.rt chance was to strip the hand and compel his opponents to do sonic work for him. He preceded to win Ihe heart lead in his hand vriih the king and then drew liu1 uurrips in iwo round a A heart was led to tin; ace ;i heart ruff completed (he preliminary operations. A diamond was led from the dummy and ihc jack was inserted from the closed hand, losing [1 Ihc queen. West ivas rclue'.int to open up f-he club suit, so he exiled with a diamond. East played Ihe ace and another diamond snri Smith -was back in. K very tiling hinged on the club suit, so declarer led a small club from his hand in the hope lhat West had lha king in which case dummy's queoti would stand up (or tho tenth trick. -East turned up with Inn missing high card houcvur, and South could not .-noid losing another trick. Had declarer cashed (ho ace first mid then led n small rlnb, Kasi RDM in with Urn donblelon and has HIP dubious choice of returning cither a heart or a diamond, enabling Soulh to discard his remaining cluh as uc rul'fs jn Lhc other hand. con tnbut ions to C a n s 'j s Pennon Plan. Q .My social insurance printed on my personal. zed FX-'UITI ff-rm is not the- f-aTif- a.s the n'jrnixrr on rny T-l slip iluv; do I corrc-ct A. If in? rumhxrr is incurred number of duy-, in Din year on your income tax form cross I that yen were a rc'-irlont nf tins out l.ho number and enter j count ry. TIxi space for enteriiiL1 in the correct number. If your this information is at the top social number i.s in- i HI AND tOIS-By Dik Browne FEEL TUF. VIBRATIONS OF LIFE, LOVE AND ENERGY THROUGH YOUR BODY? right hand side of pagu l of your incoinc Lax rclurp corrm. diif iiu'fiui'1 romrn. ii and mnil Jj.s d'rccU'd on the l.oan lor milk SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal r YOJ WWt 1VOJBLE AT industrv result s (CPt A Pir.r ili11 (l loan lo >tini'i- Wfid. Aflcrnoor, ntl.C. 1. 111 Allii'l IllV L i iiuluslry u-.'is announced -i L. i MJni.ster Ilnnicr Mr Jlornor said the lonns up 'VcjiiM) can be used In kiild milk houses. msliill ;ind facilities or In i; ii'ilijise Tb'- proprnm is aimerl a! small producers lo l.liom m iH-iomiiiK nr i 1 k insk-ad of cream ship- per; .Mr HornfT snid Ihe govern- nu-nl is looking at further pi'oprams to aid dairy i pnnluction and is considering exuandinp Ihe Rannilerd live- AAillrrS ;'1Ork loan '-110 P1> A nnd r. Aubft lire (iroviiicfi. illon Weil. Eveninij D fl C Fr l. D Milton ,mo f' f' 3 nnrt :V'r, I Niqni D.n C. F'cb 3. U c, l nnfl W'- A' '.V Wm'c 3, .J. 1 ndi-r -.on ,mn R VV f hi' p i r i Mr. D Vov rrid.iy Nirihl D.ll.C. t-rb 4 M i [1 i r y W f .1 P BUGS BUNNY OKAY, I'M ALL SET, ELMER! C'MON... I CAM'T 1H1MK OF TO ;