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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 -THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, February 16, 197J "Ynii -i- I'' rmilim'.- u', n i- 1 h tlay today: midyear shifl of piciH-i'rinf; or d in C'tho (1 s. Tiu'iT Mill he- plc.itv of rlKinc- p.s in (It) you've ill over many years past (inly In fir.d Ihat of ilicso sfhr-.ncs are natives arc1 co-cpc'ra- UVi1, rccrpluc1 In psychic phonomfiin. oftin n t rcaliyillK Ic.v.ls llll'lll oil. .MIll'.S l.Mai-d! Useful. i-onfidcrtial in- formalion slniikl lit' put to use toward celling .111 on your career cffori. corres- pondence IIKIV something of c o nsiil'.T.ible importance waiting TAIT.TS I 20 May Friends aro full of impracUcr.l scheme.-. I.'.-.-.' i-jiiimon srnse, By JEANE DIXON early on jour sched-, PISCES (Frli. ule iic.ivily as late as feasible. VlliliO 221: Oi lallan.s, liuic-n lor is left oul. ask ques- The enrlKT you requesl anylhinp yen ur.nL In? hc'IdT. sharing of hob- bi.-s are strongly favored. I.IIJKA I.Sepl.' OH. 11-e sense- ciuicUly and settling for j.jk1 lorms promptly makes ail lhc difference. Hake up your and fto SCORPIO fOrt. A pDsilive approach speeds ca- reer efforts. You can bypass some comers for the moment on today's deals. SAGITTAKIUS (.Nov. 22-Dcc. 211: Discretion is suddenly cru- cial where any intrigue is going on. Survey your home for safe- ly conditions, protect cherished draw your own (K'finiic pattern, 1 objects from visitors have then stick io ii no idea of the you place GEMIM (Maj 21 -June 20) on Ihcm Be willmc 10 try HOT activities, CAPIWOH.N 22 Jan. a fresh enviroiiar.'nt. Make an Ij'jsuic-s. creative en- errort lo you've lent entitled to. CANCER (.Tune 21 .liih Dispose of any legal questions. Your powers of persuasion are at a high, should be used dili- gently if you have something lo sell. LEO (July Suc- cess today depends on your personal rcrpojisibilities. how Jaguar spots Andy scuds a complete 20- volumc set of World Book En- cyclopedia Lo Alan Verrier, age 12, of Coventry, R.I., for his question: Why are jagunrs .'jpollfd? Suppose you had to catch snack from a liyinp; trapeze, are becoming scarce and may I scon be extinct. They aie hiiiit- I by sr.jrUmen and by ranch- ers who suspect them cf raid- ing their herds. But the larger j numbers have bcon slaughtered up a live, toothy subma- rine for dinner or chase the: because the handsome coats world's biggest bunny. These i 'hat enable them lo hunt also well you cr.iTy them. Decide I whatever deavors are favored, even unds you're where you may suspend some- thing that should be sjon finish- ed. Positive altitudes, ask i n g others lo participate helps re- solve any inccnvenicnecs. AQL'AIIIl'S (Jan. Ml I-eb. Your cxperli-o is in de- mand. Reconcile Ihe many de- mands for your give a fair share lo all that serve your purpose, lei the others LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. fur coats for l.uman bamgs. The jaguar's only enemy is nir.n ar.J this may mean Ihe end of him. Que.stiuius iisTvi'n ijy cnitrlnm or Herald readers should DP mailed to Andy, P.O. Bo.v Huniinglon Beaco. California 02648. (Copyright Chrrmicle I'nhlishinj! Co 1372) Dr. reading your Old maxim solves older problems biggest bunny. are a few of the jaguar's every- day problems. As a nile. he can out-run, and nui- imart his groceries. But he must get enough Lo try. Being a ho is a genius al silent stealth. His spotted coat is especially designed to conceal him at least urtil he gets close enough to pounce. Tire handseine jaguar is home in the tropical jungles of Souih America, never far from a Ia7.y stream. The scenery around him is spotted and speckled. The forest floor is lit- tered with light and dark brown leaves, the houghs above are mottled with golden sunbeams and leafy shadows. Even Ihe! lazy stream reflects these' patchy patterns. A spotted ja-1 OLDS (CP) A man identi- guar looks very conspicuous in fied by police as a member of a zoo. But at home, his coat the Grim Reapers Motorcycle j blends right in with the scenery. Club has been charged I Most animals were protective wounding with intent and pos- coloring to conceal them from session of a weapon following a their enemies. But the jaguar is j slabbing incident here, club member faces charges (lie biggest cat and most power- ful of the Americas. lie has no natural enemies in the world. Frederick Brenstcr, American citizen living al flat chest questions. 1 have heard a saying, "What G-cd has forgotten, you can build with collon." Dear Reader I am sure that many people will gel a chuckle out of your letter I might add that it is also safer than silicone injections, cosme- tic surgery nnd a lot of oilier things. Drar fJr. Lamb My friend has high blood pressure Tor which medication is taken. 1 have learned that an electro- cardiogram was taken but do not know the results. From this J presume there is a heart con- Dear Hrader There ,'iro an awful lot cf people v.lio hive new romances and new mar- j risges even after having had Alix, was arrested at his home bv ROMP investigating the wounding of John Price. 31, o[ and almcs; every creature in i R-d Deer. Ihe jungle krr.ws he is out to Police said Price was slab- get them. In the trees, the clev- bed in the abdomen during a er capucin monkeys scheme to j fight which broke out in a hotel J, outsmart him, the agile spider tavern between five members heart altacks There is no qucs-j lion but what emotions do af- out of feet the heart and cbscr-1 h j boughs, where twigs are too fra- gile (o support the weight cf (he mighty hunter. Ih? prmind, the of the heart and circulation in response lo cmalional stimula- tion. Don't let it bother you. Love; n akin 5 earned to ul-j c timale conclusion also causes a rise in pressure and heart rate and il, docs indeed increase the work of the heart. This is one reason why it is n good idea for irdividual.1; of the motorcycle club eral local residents. Price was taken to hospital at Red Deer for surgery and is in satisfactory condition. Separate jails dition. My question is how dan-' are .still interested in life and gerous is i't LO be earning on' romance to stay in reasonably I gcod physical condition. That 1 means maintaining a proper t h c y mean sensible exercise program and "an affair weight control. Put plainly. H can have an influence on cne's love life. I can be a lol more frustrat- ing and damaging (.0 a person's romance in this condition in flu age bracket cf 50 to 55? i! Itnow new they say it of the heart." ns mine (which! is normal) really beats loo fast for comfort. Nothing has hccn said by ei- irs sniff the air for Iiis scent id scj'ot off into the dense un- Tbnish. The capybara, larg-. Cf cst of the world's TiiakL's a dash for the stream and swims out of sight under wafer Sometimes (he jaguar's coat helps him to creep close enough before he is noticed. Then Ire makes bis catch and enjoys one of these wily escape artisLs for dinner. ther of us as yet, Jo acknowledge I total physical hcslth lo love and the affair, but I tell by the be forget that smiling eyes, laughing at nodi- the psychic or emotional health ing. hsavy breathing ar.d occa- is an important fr.ctor in physi- sional sigh or catching of the cal health and a good satisfy- breath tliat Ihe feebngs are mu-j ing lieallliy cmclional rclation- tual. It has been a heavy strain'' ship between two people is gocd on my health. Can't eat. can't I for the psychic health. However, the jaguar is a cat and cats prefer to enjoy Jong hours of leisure. As a rule, he takes his ease comfortably spanrleci on a sturdy bough, overhanging his favorite stream. In the water, his spot- EDMONTON' fCP) Indian] and Metis offenders would be better off in seperate correc- tional institutions, warden Fr- nest Noel of the Fort Saskatch- ewan Correctional Instiliile said here. i Such an arrangement would net be on racial segre- gation. said Warden Noel, bnl 1 on an attempt to give native offenders rehabilitation ted reflection merges with the j "consistent, willi their own cul- speckled scenery above. Down I turc. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN le un: Br TM Chlun Trlhni] Both vulDerable, South deals, NOnni v K Q 10 0 AQJ J83 WEST EAST 874 West's opening lead elimi- nated one of South's losers and provided the latter with an opportunity to emerge un- scathed at six .spades, but when declarer failed to fol- low up his West made a quick recovery be- fore it was too laic, North's decision lo roach lor slam on the dral was facing a who has made a preemptive opening hid. If South held Ilic ace of hearts, for example, Instead of the ace of clubs, Die partnership would have been off the first Iwo tricks in clubs. Similar- ly, wilhoul the jack of clubs in declarer's hand, Ihere is virtually no play for the West opened the five ol diamonds which presented the declarer with an opportu- nity he would not have other- wise had. If West leads cither a trump or the ace of hearts. South can obtain two the third heart and the ace cf but must eventually fall back on the club finesse, which fails. The jack of diamonds was played from the North hand at trick one and wnen this held. South hastened lo cash the ace, discarding his two small hearts. The queen of clubs was lod next and when East played the nine, declar- er followed vilh the four, losing to West's king. The alertly returned tha king of diamonds which pro- vided East wilh an opportu- nity to discard his remaining 10. Now, when .South attempted to cash Ihe ace of clubs, East luffed in Io score the setting trick. When South received the favorable opeoing which ena- bled 'him lo eliminate his heart loser, he was in posi- tion lo cinch the contract provided thai neither defend- er has a singleton club. The winning play is lu ruff a heart in order to lend a small club from Uto closed hand. In the present case. West must pul up Uio king which is the only trick Diet the defense is able lo score. Had East held the king of clubs, he can lop dummy's queen, however South wins the return, cashes (ho and then ruffn out his small club with the ncc of spades, there, the turtles and allegalors do not notice him and the fishes do not study the scenery above the water. But the sharp-eyed jaguar notices every motion, even whra cat-napping. Now and then he spots a large fish. In a Present institutions, he said, "'haven't been doing too much7' to assimilate natives into white sociely. "The prime importance seems to be trying to upgrade the na- tive lo middle-class, standards." Hash, he dips dmvn a spotted NO SPECIAL PROBLEM pzi'iv and scoops up a tasty The said Indians and snack. Often he catches a slow- cause no specbl prob- Bridge results poke turtle, a toothy alligator lems in institutions, but rehakil- OT a cafman dozing in the sun. itation programs place eniplia- sis on academic upgrading, ra- Ecologists report that jaguars ther than manual training Separate institutions woulo be more consistent with the aims of some Indian and Metis move- ments (o rehabilitate their own offenders, he said. Eskimo prisoners are now se- gregated for similar reasons, he said. Indians and Mtlis pose "no security problem" and camp or camp-like institutions could an jinswcr, he said. The na- tive "isn't a stupid individual" but needs special attention be- cause of Iiis sepai-ale cultural background. Lcihbridge Duplicate Bridge Club Lsdiei Wednesday Aflernoon D.B.C. Feb. 9. 1. Mrs. I. Wright and Mrs. VV. L Waters; 2. Mrs. L. Bruha and Mrs. L. Smith, 3. Mrs. B. Landerycu and Mrs. M. J. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. Feb. 9. N S. 1. R. Snackman and D. Mircn; M. Grizak and L. Bruha; 3. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowenherg. E.W. 1. R. ChabmHn end C. Sudfil- Vat; y. D. E. Michflclis and W. Zum- slsin; 3. Mr. and Mrs. R. Woblck. Tnunday Nighl D.B.C. FeB. ID. Sec. A. N.S. 1. G. snd T. E. VIcH anils, 7 R. Wcbick and B. Mllsson; .1 Wr. flniJ Mrs. M T. 1 C r.udnikaf and M Sanls, 'i. t. Potter and D. Lcwenberg; 3. M. and E. Miller. SPC. B. M.S. I. R. Chtipmnn and A. J. t.'r. ,ind Mrs. 0. B Benlsen; M R. Mraick ancj B. Jurkovich. E W. i. P. McLean and I. Johnson- R. Mircm find J. E. Anderson; 3 I. Sriaw flnrl K. Dunne Friday NIohl D.D.C. Feb. 11. M S. i. E. Gtxxirrnn and C Chi- rnrMpr; 7 B. nihir.n and D. Miron; ,1 I. V Wsriii E.W. I. Mr. (i n rl M r i K W r Innn, 7 RnnKcn rtfifl E. MUlpr; 1 n T ,ind W. Unif Feh n I. V. Fukurlrt flr.d C R John. 7. Mr. and N. Jurkovkh, .1 C. VV. itnd Mrs. G. A WriciM. Novice Oimi Wtd. Feb. M. Spatial Even! Onnn pairs Chlchnr.trr conipclitlcn. Hew plrtyer of Ihft week J Hip.n Welcome hnrtm to v.ho h-ivr been on cxtrndrtl vacfllion-i, M. C. nailour and Mr. and Mrs. vv. Me- DfinfllfJ rnrmer brldqe plflyrr Rnh Mnnhnll n( wns pliiyirig al Din cfubi hen Ihii week end. Warn Canadians ahoul roiiCMal of passports OTTAWA fCPl The Britisli High Commission says about; i. people in Canada will need new or renewed British j passports this year, and hopes they r.pply before they plan to travel. The high commission says in a press release that Hrilish passports must renewed fiery JO iccirs. Application forms are avail able al travel shipping and air-lino offices, British gov- ernment officrs in Toronto, Montreal. Quebec Cily, Vancou- ver, Mmnnton. Winnipeg, Mali I fax and or from the passport office in Ollawji. The fee for -T new Hrttish passport, is A renewal costs IT'? NICE TO MAVE TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. 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ANDREWS ARE YOU BEING DRAFTED OR WITHDR LAST NIGHT ARCHIE WAS MADE A ROYAL PATSY BY HER SISTER___ VERONICA HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne COULD SURE USE A PROM THIS ROUTiHE GLAD YOU FEEL TODAY I CHARGED TICKETS FOR THE FOR TWO WEEKS IM THE CARIBSEAN ON MV CASP SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol i DO you THINK I -'IT MIGHT BF TOO COMPLICATES FOR A BOY i WHAT DOcS IT SAY ON THE BOXT "CAM ASSEMBLE? BV AWY CHILP WITH THE. i.Q. OF A ;