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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THI HRAIO Nfccwry M, Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TUESDAY, 23 Your birthday today: A period begins of working out new approaches to all your current limitations. Growing insight lights your way as you spend more cf your time ate and enjoy the results. Psychological and spiritual development are favored now, may even spontaneous- ly displace material con- cerns on which you had planned to concentrate your main efforts. Today's natives in most years are very fond of creature comforts, but those born this year will be much more ascetic and phil- osophic by nature. ARIES (March 21-April You must hurry to stay ahead of associates or just to stay even with them. Additions to your circle are temporary. TAURUS (April 20-May A busy morning includes an opening for your brand of lead- ership. Be resolute and move right in. GEMINI (May Juoe Try as you might to fellow con- ventional patterns, it doesn't come out quite that way but just be yourself. CANCER (June 21 July Pursue An unusual idea or un- orthodox scheme. If it pays off, you're set; if not, you've learn- ed something valuable. LEO (July Aug. Sin- cerely offer a few words of praise; your end of the is to listen when your partner states the financial facts. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) The day dawns with a great psychic lift are you sensitive and rising with it? LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Prompt action brings great ad- vantages now. Select your area of operation carefully, the more elite the better. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Suddenly a fresh contact has all sorts of news you've been waiting for. Make the mot of oday's broken-field conditions. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dtt. Pursue importmt businex deals; pratnt your case. Bring ose friends, consultants with A review of your work habits wlU stow where you can achieve more effective results. Think larger is the slogan. AQUARIUS (Ju. Feb. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. You can break alcohol's grip Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Bob Adams, age 12, of Charlotte, North Carolina, for his question: Vhat exactly is a snipe? Snipe is a multt purpose ord that pokes its nose into arious topics from feathery irds to sneaky sharpshooters. A human sniper fixes a sni- perscope to a rifle, hides and snipes at an unsuspecting vic- tim. Mechanical snipes include bolt to fix a cart to an axle, hinge for dumping, a tool r leading molten iron and a plane to .mold grooves into vood. There is a snipe eel, a Dear Dr. Lamb Can you tell me if there is anything in the line of medicine or pills 1 could take? When'I don't drink anything with alcohol in it, I almost go wild. I can get along fairly well for two days; it seems then I just must have something. I am trying so hard not to drink. Dear Reader Yes, there is. If you have been drinking a lot, sudden withdrawal of alcohol can cause trouble. A good ex- ample is delirium tremens with hallucinations 'and severe reac- tions. You will need a doctor's help. Even heavy drinkers can be helped if they really want to U you are drinking a lesser amount it is possible that you are using it as an emotional crutch. In selected cases cer- tain tranquflizer drugs have proved to be useful and help people to shake the alcohol ha- bit. Some people drink because they are depressed and they need still other medicines. The Important point is that you CAN be helped. Your doctor is the right person to help you. Dear Dr. Lamb My hus band has started waking up at 4 a.m. and having trouble go- ing back to sleep and I wouk appreciate you telling me wha could be done to help him ge a full night's sleep. He is 36 and in good health. He usually has a drink before dinner or wine with dinner and drinks beer later in the evening (in He is tall and lean and does' not get much exer cise but spends most of his time working at his office an administrator with the amount of tension that entails s his sleeplessness the resul of tension or could it have an organic root? Dear Reader Unless your husband is being awakened b pain which you don't suggest t is probably related to an xiety or tension. It is true tha job "tension, and for that mat ter home tension, can ctlise You might take a vacatio and see how be gets along awa from the office environmen Regular exercise at the end i ths day does wonders for worl ing off the frustrations and an xieties of the office. It is a lo better than alcohol for th health and ofta aids in gettin adequate sleep. Don't overloo the adverse effects of coffee which stimulates nervousness. The same applies to col drinks. If a few simple change don't resolve the problem, your husband should see his docto and get some help in copin with his tensions before matter get worse. Only seven per cent of th physicians in the United States are women. In the U.S.S.K three out of four physicians are women. In England the rati is one out of six. I noted wit amusement that one Chicai lady doctor in the women's li eration movement is going be in a position to strike a re blow for women. She is takin additional training to perform vasectomy operations on men GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [c 11 71: Br CMcatf TriHni] ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: 4A6 WT43 The bidding has proceeded: North East South Vest 10 1A 3 0 Pass "What do you bid now? Three spades. cue bid ivlll serve a double purpose. It enable partner to stop at three no trump If that is the limit of his ambitions, or It jnay Induce him to try for 5f his hand Is so suited. You be pleased to cooperate asmuch BS you have the equiv- alent of an opening bid now that the Xing of clubs has been promoted. Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: A.Tfi4 OQ10964 The bidding has proceeded: South West 'North East Pass Pass 1 0 Pass 3 What is your response? Three clubs. This h a n offers distinct slam possibilities dependent on partner's holding 3n spades. The Jump ahlft, lore, Is clearly Indicated. This 3s the strongest possible passed Jiand partner could expect and; eurcly you will settle for no less than same In diamonds. Q. 3 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: OQJH63 JLQ975 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass 10 2 2 A Pass do you bid now? Four clubs. A, mere re- turn to three clubi would be grossly Inadequate. Partner' has shown a hand of reasonably Rood proportions and your hand Jian ihe strength of an opening tid. Q. As South, V1 you hold: nultu suit to bid even If should make his contract It wouldn't be game. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 465 OA982 The bidding has proceeded: Sooth Wen North IV Fan Pan Dble tus 2 NT What do you bid now? diamonds. Your hind Is allRhtly unbalanced end you should make some effort to play at a suit contract. 1C partner takes you back to-three hearts, bid four. If his call Is three no trump, 9. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4 OKQ10 862 4 3 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1A Pass 1 NT Past 2 Pass What do you hid now? No thought should be Riven to bidding thlee dla. raonds. Partner has Indicated a probable six-card suit since be didn't like no trump and failed to show another suit on his rebld. Furthermore, he might easily have a singleton diamond. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: rou. CAPRICORN (Dee. Your iaaer serenity pro- vides a mirror to bring subtle understanding of things which hive punled you. PISCES (Feb. UVMirek Step up and claim whatever you have coining to you; col- lect outstanding Home life, your family scene cbecn up. )1I71: By The ANCHOT-By A Pwin snipe fish and And all these snipe hawk. snipish words conceal meanings associated with the original snipe who s a wary, sharp billed bird, much hunted by hunters with shotguns. The five snipe species o! the bird world belong to marshy meadows and moist woods. They are plump, little ground birds with stubby tails arat ra- ther short legs. All of them wear very handsome plumage speckled and freckled with raffs and tans, soft and rusty arowns and rich chestnut. Ttiar identifying field marks include a startling style of flight am a rather ridiculous looking bill Most ground birds must be wary characters but our common Wilson snipe is mon so than most. His plump is said to be tasty and for age human hunters have snipei him down with guns. At the sound of footsteps he swoops from hiding with a jerky, zig zag flight and loud whirring of his stiff-feathered wings. When undisturbed he spends most of his day grubbing for food. He samples seeds and wa terweeds. But his favorite menu is insects and he uses his re- markable, slim, straight bill ti pro for them in the m o i s earth. It is long enough t touch the ground without stoop ing and b'as a sensitive tip tha takes the guesswork out ery ancient. It is ready to eld its first sweet harvest at be age of 40 and reaches its leak production at the age of years. Some of the oM tint- is growing in New England ve lived for centuries. Some ill bear the scan made by le Hi inch augers that the Pil- rims used to tap the sap, and me even bear scars made by ndian tomahawks. It is claim- that such ancient maple as may still yield yearly ...pings of sap for making weet syrup. Questions araed by children f Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 763, Huntington Beac'a, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Welfare remark denied The bidding has proceeded: Kouth West North Kast 1'ass Pass .1 t> 1 M Pass Pass Phlc. Pass What do you bid now? A. -Pass. This h a mUier light UiiMhiC with whli'h lo lenvc the luublu but vi'c can't be sure The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Pass 2 4 Pass 3 A Pass 4 9 Pass 5 A Pass 50 Phle, What do you bid now? apadej. This should be R pretty safe Investment. East's doubla of five diamonds indicates that little of partner's values are In that suit. The spades are solid and cither your heart holding solidifies partner's or your clubs can he set up for discards, Q. vulnerable, ns South you hold: 4K9G5 OQI2 A3 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 1 Pass 1 f> Pass 2 Pass What do you bid now? If p n r t n c r had wanted to hrar from you ho would Jiavc one club. This is strictly i business double and. you have flu reason to run. The snipe builds a nest on the ground, a sh'ght depression lined with grasses. If he lives in a marshy meadow, the nes site is slightly elevated, often in a clump of sedges. The cour ing season buzzes with whirr ing, whistling excitement. Bu the snipe's serenade is by the stiff vibrating feathers of his wings and tail. It is high pitched hum that pulses to and fro. Human ears ar baffled and find it hard to trac the eerie sound to its source The snipe also has a hars raspy voice. To scare intrud ers from Ms frisky youngsters be repeats a raucous, seoldin cry that sounds like "whea wheat" or "Sca-te-ep." Flocks of snipes return 1 tha spring and then scatter 1 nest through the norther' states and Canada. In the fa] the families regroup and th flocks fly south. Many spen the winter in the southern states. Others fly across to Be muda or on down to Brazil Colombia. Oiie or more of the five snip species nest in most countries that provide suitable areas moist earth. They are cousin of the wary woodcock who pr fers to live in dry woods an meadows. Other relatives ii elude the elegant plovers, pi the throaty curlews and th leggy sandpipers who e n j o life on the beaches. All thes charmers belong in the Ord> Charaiiformes meaning tb plover type birds. Andy sends a World Book Atlas to Gregory Tufford, ag 11, of Bcamsville, Ontario Canada, for his question: Who discovered maple syrup We do not know who mac1 this marvelous discovery b the person was certainly ai American Indian, His tri lived somewhere in the nort crn Appalachians or westwa across the plains as far as Ms itoba. For this wide region the native range of the sug ma.ple. The discovery tha these generous trees can tapped to yield sap was ma ages ago. We know this bccau the Amerindians shared the crct with the New Englan Pilgrims, way back in the 1620 The sugar maple takes its time to grow and lives to be MONDIE-By Chic Young lEEUE BAlLEY-By Mort Wolktr THERE ISNT VOO CAN DO TO in, ABNER-By Al Capp TORONTO (CP) Labor linister Bryce Maekasey _ has enied statements by a Univer sity of Alberta professor tha us white' paper on unemploy ment insurance is a wettare measure in disguise. In an article in The Globe an Mail, Mr. Maekasey says Pro Douglas Muir misunderstoot some of the white paper' losals. Prof. Muir, who teaches bus ness administration and con merce at the University of Al >erta, criticized the white paper n an article written for the March issue of Canadian Per sonnel and Industrial. Betettous 'ournal. Prof. Muir said the wtal taper proposes a form of guar anteed annual income "of a lim ted nature" and gets awa from the insurance concept. "It provides a guarantee of V one year's imemploymen Prof. Muir said. "_' renewable provision were eluded we would have a guaran- eed annual income." He said a worker earning a week and eligible for full un- employment benefits can get a maximum imder the >resent plan after paying a min- mum to the fund. GETS "Under the proposed plan he may contribute as little as and draw out as much as S5.100." Mr. Maekasey said the pro- josed plan does not move away Torn insurance in the direction of welfare because "benefits are still related to previous earnings and not to need as with welfare and there is no means test." The federal labor minister says Prof. Muir's calculations for a worker earning a week are incorrect. "For a 30-week attachment to the labor force, the present plan provides for in contributions and eligibility for 15 weeks at per week for a total benefit of says Mr. Maekasey. He says the proposed plan would involve S23.70 in contribu- tions "and from to in benefits taxed depending on the unemployment rate." -BREAKS UP V IT'S EVEM LESS HER V MADDEMW THAN VORH FISflER.'.' iA DEAR- WALONETHING'S SHORE.1? Lit ONE-FAULTS ONE FAULT HAIN'T THAT SHE IS THAR AN ABLE-BODIED _ ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND LOIS-By Browne Cadet League leader named BANFF (CP) James T. Eaton of Carlyle, Sask., was elected president of the Air Cadet League of Canada at the group's 30th annual meeting here. He succeeds Wallace H. Collie of Montreal. Mr. has been associat- ed with the league since 1948, when he served as chairman of No. 40 and 541 Moose Jaw Squadron. CAN I USE THE CAR CADDYS CHAUFFEURVHUAWU. A DROP US OFF 1SA8.ON AT JUSHEAD'S-V Jue 3 DOICUKNW [T5 COINS TO COST US CHIP TO COLUSGe? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal ON THE PHNKWS WANS DIET. BUGS BUNNY BECAME INDEPENDENT Burma tecame an independ- ent state in J758. ...AND SUPPENLY THIS TREE PDPPEP UP IN FRONT OF ME; I JUST CONT UNPEE- STAND WHY THEY PLANT THOSE TREES SO CLOSE TO THE STREET... BLA-BLA... SO'S I OJ COMCEN- TRATE ON MY PWVIN'? ;