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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -----------Monday, July Jl, 197J THE IETHMIDG! HtKALD YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, AUG. 1 Your birthday today: Fresh beginnings are in or- der this year in as many directions as your inleresls allow. Unrewarding enter- prises are to be left behind. Social habits are changing. Today's natives arc versa- tile, definite in their ideas of what they need to do in life, skilled in coping with their environment. ARIES (March 21-April Take advantage of an oppor- tunity, even a small one, increasing resistance to speculations. It's time to check property rights. TAUPUS 20-May Long hours bring results and side effects as well. Some- thing useful turns up. Bring home a token of your feel- ings for your loved ones. GEMINI (May 21 .Ivinf Combinations go well early. Later in the day there may be a chance to show how you can remain calm when influential people are slow to respond. CANCER (June U July Those working for you have suggestions, ideas, Special requests, short cuts involv- ing large resources, are un- likely to work in present form. LEO (J ill j Aug. Personal projects need tech- nical advice, have potential. Commercial topics are diffi- cult, particularly if you must persuade several people. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. Family welfare thrives with any serious effort at self-im- provement. Tact and courtesy arc as imnortant as your tim- ing of petitions. MHIIA (Sept. 211 Oct. Wolf and man Ar.dy sends a complete 20- volrme set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Dona- lyn Welton, age 16, o[ Hobart, Indiana, for her question: Is civilization causing the ex- tinction ol the wolf? The wild wolf may have been doomed to extinction when his path crossed man's. He a threat to our caveman ancest- ors and their children Later, he menaced the flocks and homes of the first settled farm- ers. In those far off times, no doubt it was decided that tJie wolf must go. As civiliza- tion advanced, mankind be- came more expert at reducing his numbers. Somehow he has managed to hang on here and there, but he may not survive the encroachments o' our pres- ent human population explo- sion. A few thousand years ago. fierce pony-sized wolves left their to fossilize in the La Bra tar pits of California. A few centuries ago, various smaller wolf species roamed freely over most of North Am- erica. Modern civilization ar- rived with the pioneers who set about taming the continent to suit themselves. To raise their cattle, they claimed the prair- ies where the buffalo roamed and almost exterminated the last of them. They drove coy- otes, prairie dogs and dozens of other native species from their anoient ranges. The wild wolves were a ma- j jor target because they were a real threat to domestic sheep and cattle. Without a doubt, these hungry predators were fast and ferocious, strong and cunning. They would not be al- lowed to share the range with domesticated flocks and herds. Nobody knows how many wolves were killed by the early settlers. But in a generation or so they no longer threatened most of the settled territory. But the wily wolves were not totally exterminated. As man's civilization advanced. Itey re- treated. Their numbers are re- duced, but they still survive in many small secluded regions where people seldom visit. Most ol their strongholds are rugged territories which people are not likely to transform in- to farms or habitations. Other wild wolves survive unmolested in national parks and other wild life sanctuaries where all na- ture's creatures are protected by law. The large grey wolf still sur- vives in rugged regions among our western mountains. The white or pearly grey Arctic wolf survives on the northern tundra. The black wolf still sur- vives in remote parts of Florida and m Mexico. In our country, almost all the remaining wolves are in the north central regions. Civilization drove the wolves from most of Europe ages ago. But several species still live in the rugged regions of Scandan- avia. in remote forested moun- tains of France, Germany and Spain. Others still live in parts of China and Japan. India and the Middle East. Perhaps the wily wolf will survive the pres- ent threat of extinction, as he has done so often in the past. Questions asxeo by chtlflieD of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andj, P.O. Box i65. Huntington California 92648 (Copyright Chrouiclp Publishing Co. 1972) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [ft 1IH: ChicilB BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. South vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: Went North East Soulh 1 Dble. Pass What do you bid? A.-Three Thii Is rtally a very fine hand feeing a takeout double ind, nnlew you so indtcato vii the jump response, partner is pi lo drop you and 1 sure miv he mi.Mcd. q. vulnerable, as Soulh you hold; AfU.1 0.12 AS? Tne bidding has proceeded: North East Soulh West 1 Pass Pass Dble. 2 0 Dble. What do you bid now? hearts. Tho partnrr i Have much of (it For your sml he hid-: l figurt lo you md n Jill drill Itli; I nor rnuld sinfilclii akn Ihis thr brsl hand you. runliprmoro. If ne docs not hearts, you prepared 10 brir him rcbid ipaiie? Q. 3 Both sides vulner- able, as South you hold: AAQS.1 Your righl hand opponent opens (he bidding with one no trump. What do you bid? A.-PMI Von nnl qiilla Iron? enough In makp takeout (louhle which, in thli tpol, ihowt the rtrciu'lh of one no tramp firmer. In furl, any ar-tlnn H IF has thp bill- unrr nf Ihr rcmnlnlnfi high cards. i no mrnns mnotr (j. _ As South, vulner- able, you hold: 4 U.SfifH J.AQH2 The bidding has proceeded; Wr.sL North F.nst 1 4 raM 24 30 v.'hil Ho you hid now9 lr int. KMI'I ovmnll o Hi lo ut UN UMUhood now] and simplifies our rebld problem. If partner's side values arc in clubs and hsaris, hr will now he in position to place the proper value on them ind icl jifcordinnly. Q. 5 East-West vulner- able, your side has an 80 part score and as South you hold: AKQ73UQ104 Your partner opens the bidding with one diamond. What is your response? no trump. This 1- inmrwhat awkward to hid bf- of Ihe par I score sitiialion. Panner is loo lo pass mpre change or suit response. The thrcp no Lrump bid shows a balanced hand with 16 IB points In hlRh cards nnd. when made under Ihn rircumstnnces of Ihe advanced part score, would trnd to IndiCdla Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: OKJ7AKS4.T The bidding has proceeded Nnrlh South West 1 1 NT Pass Pass Dble. Pass What do you bid now? Puss. By Ihui reopening drtT- b.c, pai-lnnr hns indir-jlcd a hanrj veil In rvcrss of minimum. Artrird to ths points 5houlri spell lilb- Ilir nts. Q. As South you hold: 4 All) g 5 0 J10 9 AK 5 6 3 The bidding has proceeded: Soiilh West North East 1 Pa si Z 4 Past What do yon hid now? A fiamp pear loo dim to Jiutify my fur. ihcr probmfl. Q. As South, vulnerable, von hold: Travel, real or symbolic, is indicated. Formal negotia- tions with strangers go well, while long-standing contacts include relercnces to past errors. sconno (Oci. NOV. Be persistent when you find resistance. Find out if it is based on misunderstanding or an actual disagreement with your goals. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc Personal ventures pro- gress, present an silded pos- sible combinations. It's a busy day with much to do, little time for the doing. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 .Ian. II is time lor reflection, study of long range plans. Group activity can get you into financial moves yo'i I may not find comfortable. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. I If you can find an invita-1 tion open, make use of it, give j your regular associates a break. It's more of a break for you than for them. PISCES (Fell. 19-Marcll An added responsibility may recommend you later, but not yet. Business deals turn up lively exceptions, odd circum- stances. (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Bulk foods help to bowel habits cines can be given by allowing 1 them Lo be absorbed through the skin. This ought Lo give people second thoughts about all the different things they rub on themselves. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.' UN condemns Dear Dr. Lamb 1 had part of my colon out four and one- hall years ago. I did not have a colostomy. Since then I 1'ave had bowel trouble. I can't eat raw fruits because of the acid. I also have one kidney out. Please tell me what 1 can take to help. Dear Reader It would be helpful to know a litile bit more about why you had part of your colon removed. I assume by bowel trouble you mean you're j VIOlHllOll having constipation, since you made a relerence to eating raw j n Iruits. Even with part of the QI eHlDcira'O length of the colon removed, the j S3 basic problems of constipation' UMTED NATIONS (AP) are the same. Such problems are not usual- ly helped by laxatives of any type unless they're simple bulk-producing laxatives that The United Nations Security Council voted 14 to 0 here to condemn "all acts violating" its embargo against Rhodesia. The council adopted the con- are chemically inert. You can demnation in a resolution spon- gel enough bulk in your diet by 50red by its three African mem- eating foods that contain bulk. V.'hy don't you try the same re- gime I recommended to other people with bowel problems: namely, establish a regular daily pattern. For breakfast, eat something that has real bulk to it and this usually means some Oatmeal 15 lorm good of cereal, choice. In- elude witli your breakfast, meal at least two glasses of liquid. It doesn't matter what the liquid is. In your case it ob- viously can't be fruit juice. Im- mediately after breakfast yo lo the bathroom and sit on Ihe commode. Do this every day whether or not you have a bow- el movement. For your other meals during the day be sure lo include food with plenty of bulk. This par- ticularly means vegetables and cereals. Avoid eating lots of Somalia and Sudan. The resolution barring trade with Rhodesia was first adopted by the Security Council in 1966 Kiasi, and strengthened later as a some means of pressuring the white- minority regime lo allow more political rights for the eastern African black major- ity. Friday's resolutions condemn- ing acts in violation of the trade ban also contained provisions which: -Call upon all countries stilj having conomic and other rela- tions with Rhodesia to end such relations immediately. that all UN mem- bers "should carry out scrupu- lously their obligations" to im- plement fully the council's eco- nomic sanctions against Rhode- sia's white-minority regime. bread, desserts and bakery pro- i The ljmted state5 abstained vote. ducts. Drink plenty of waler (this doesn't mean you need to i overdo this, just satisfy your thirst and drink some water R every If votive nol had! a bowel movement in three days you might try a small tap tlC rOUCS water enema. You should try j lo stop this though as soon as j PINCHER CREEK (Special) possible. You can also use min- j The Pincher Creek and Dis- eral oil occasionally, but this, I trict Agricultural Society is jus- loo. should not become a habit, j tified in being proud of the ne If you follow this regime reg- ularly day after day, eventually you'll start having a regular reflex response. In essence you will have trained the bowel. This isn't going to happen over- night. It's going to take a num her of weeks (or the desired eflect. For other people who don't have tile same difficul- i ties that you do with raw fruit, T recommend that you also have some fruit for breakfasi and fruit juice, primes, orange iuice, other type of fruil. Dear Dr. Lamb Does Ihe unbroken skin absorb anything17 Dear RcsdT Yes. Manv things applied to the skin are absorbed some more ranid'v than others. Even some mcdi- rodeo arena on the fair grounds at the west end of Main St., hut some vandals apparently don't think so. All 27 of the chains and grab I hooks to the gates of the arena have been removed; their re- moval required the use of crow- bars or wrenches. All the tie ropes which were stapled on the inside gates are gone In the fill ure Ihe gates to the This can be fair grounds will be locked at 1 or any j all times. Those needing en- trance can secure a ksy from I Bob Wesfrnp at Thornton's store or from Mrs. Betty I Heppner at 375 Main SI, i Rare birth THAT'S (THE FlfTH TIME VSTRUCK CM: .AW BAT WAS THERE, THE BALL PlPN'T SHOW UP.' TUMRLEWEEDS-By Tern K. Ryan NOW, LET ME ScTTHIS StRAISHi; LOTSA SEC6PEP FROM OUR TRIPE ANP YOIJK OWN TACOMA. Wash. fAP. The I first recorded birth al a zoo of I a Plagiodonlin nedium. rarest j i member of Ihe Hutia family. I j has been announced by Point j i Defiance Zoo director Norman j i Poinl Defiance Zoo is only out? of two zoos in the world OTTAWA (CP) The federal J said anriJ fc" ,.ji, I m it 1 e Plagiooontin aedium. Drug policy unveiling next week The bidding has proceeded: Mrsi North EafiL Smith 1 C> Pirn Pisn WhnL do you bid? A Double. don hi In Jii't nl) mil Ihr onlv ukv In nhnw n dilrly Rood hnnd vhcn thr bidding U (o din out it low Itvtl ihould, htim dnsiu IB eUbt- government will policy statements on marijuana and hashish Monday but it is ex- pcclcd lo stop short of making The other is the National Zoo in Washington. D.C. The PlaRiodonlia acdinm Is simple possession of the dnigs s" rare it was declared exlincl lcpal in However, Winnick said, lion puhlic, is cxpcrlcd lo cm- K. as n11 spc- pli.isizc education opposing clnifi Clcs' ____ uso and announce n f.l-million incrensc in Ihe hnrlpcl n( liis de- partment's directorate on the nniGIIT STUKKT non.mcdical use ol drufis. In May, the Lc Dnin Commis- sion on non-niedicnl drug use recommended alxHH-ion of pe- nalties for simple possession of marijuana and hashish. VANCO'JVGJl (CP1 A one- block slrclch of Yew Street in Vancouver will he n brilliant red for much of the summer. The slreel acndcnlnlly pointed wlirn six five-Ballon Al the lime, Mr. Miuirn (lisa- luhs of shinple sliiin fell from a Breed witli the recommendation j truck and splashed lliotr con- nnd said he viewed increased Icnts from curb to curb in the cduuttioD as a bcUer approach, block. YOU'RE TRIPE "LOTSA LUCK ANP BlONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp VEAP, IT GETS-PUrr.'- TOUGHER TO MAKE (FLORIDA- DON'T LAND ON TEETERIN'ROCK.'! TH'SLIGHTEST EXTRY WEIGHT'U. TOPPLE IT DOWN ON US AW-SO WHAT I V' IT'S A DO MATTERS A I MATTER O' LJOT TO YOU r7 LIFE AN' DEATH.'.', ARCHIE-By Bob Monlarm DOCTOR VIZITYEW DOING A HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns I HERE'S A NOTE THATS FROM BILL AND NAMCX 1 SOOD. THETVE BEEN ON A 3-PAY VACATION1 SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY HOW COWS VA MOVEP OVER HERE FROM TK' BENCH VA USUALLY SLEEP Ol IT WA5 SIMPLY A MATTER OF CONVENIENCE, SIRE.1 I WANTEP A PLACE WITH RUNNING, WATER! ;