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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE HERAID Marcli 1971 MARCH 10 Your Birthday Toda In and sometimes impul sive becomes a part of your program this Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon with fair results where vour er passage and more time for Your intuition is more reliable intentions are Go directly to the nan even highly expert ARIES March 21 April Begin travel early to get quick point in Whatever ou do alone TAURUS April 29 May or with little cooperation is Most poisonous Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Stanley Zad age of for his question Are rattlers more poisonous than scorpions and black widow spiders Planning to avoid poisonous animals in the wild is a splen did indoor Comparing the quality of their poisons makes it more But the list of contestants is a long Whats scientists have problems rating which poisonous bite is likely to be most the bites or scorpions and black widow spiders are not fatal to healthy persons though they should be given medical atten On the other rttle snake venom is deadly and un less the bite gets speedy treat the victim can die n Most when tend to nip the human hands that hold Some of them have mildly poisonous The black widow injects quite a painful It is wise to ask a doctor to treat the the victim scratches the itchy sting and the wound may become seriously infect The painful bite is not fatal to healthy A scorpion sting is much more painful and medical assistance is advised to squeeze out the venom and treat the The gila monster lizard and the scrappy little shrew can also inflict poisonous So can certain sting rays and sea sea an emones and The venomous stonefish may deal a deadly dose of poison to a per son who chances to step on the most danger ous poisons are the worlds 300 or so species of venomous It is not easy to rate the quality of their venom be cause these subtle chemicals are tailor made for certain For a pigeon is likely to perish from a small bite of the South American rat The same amount of ven om from the same snake is less likely to prove fatal to a rb The bite of the bushmaster is more likely to tail tn2 Our native poisonous snakes are the pretty coral snake thai lurks in southern swamps anc the pit including 13 rat tlesnake Our rattlers are rated among the worlds most dangerous poisonous The diamond backs of the east and the west claim most perhaps because they inject the worlds largest doses of Some experts rate the prairie rattler hen the timber rattler and the water The of depends somewhat on the amount of venom in jected in the and on the size and health of the 3ut every snakebite requires mmediate medical attention even one that seems non poi just in Coping with venomous snakes begins with a good Every sensible person learns a list of hose that live in his state and how to recognize This in cludes their hab its and When you spot one of flee from the Coping with them must be left to Sad to many charming and innocent snakes are slain because peo ple cant tell them from the Andy sends a World Book Atlas to Jocelyn age of West for her question Do whales really sing In the world of this may be the news item of the We do indeed have proof that the giant whale ut ters music in the deep ocean that his series of notes do indeed sound like a lovely And a dedicated team of ma rine biologists chose to demon strate their proof when and where it should have done some This was at an interna tional committee meeting to decide how many whales of this or that species could v killed by whalers of this or that coun The rest of the Wormed world already knows that the great whales already are re duced almost to The marine biologists had let down their hydrophones 250 fa thoms and recorded the song of a humpbacked whale on That hard hearted committee listened to the lovely music that spanned six tuneful No they did not there and then de cide to outlaw all hunting of the gentle giants or even change their Perhaps they were tone or per haps they did not want to hear the sweet voices of their vic Questions assed by cMMren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P Box Huntington California Copyright Chronicle Publishing 1971 Farm out what you can of more tedious work cut to group SCORPIO 23 on added commitments today lies in being you see plenty of help upon rather than doing Talkative and indecisive Extra hours of ple cross your produce little added pro GEMINI May 21 June Expanses run ahead of and budgets for the Associates are easily up business deal comes to an by your impulsive or fails to meet Make no effort to CANCER June 21 July gaps with idle Start the day with a firmly 22 led Competitive action pops lovely people arrive and and you have not only your distract Spend spare costs to but some at on behalf of a LEO July 23 20 temptation today is toward Differences of opinion will y and emphatic Initiative or What you say on your part precipitates comes back to you VIRGO 23 19 March Conventional courtesy selfinterest serves the difference in dealing well as others seek to ca aoiyone of on your quarrel over some LIBRA 23 By The Chicago Tribune LAWRENCE Taste can be 1 under new Dear Lamb I written to me about this if you could help me with so you are not Ive always Medical World News re eating but lately reported some progress seems to have any taste been made on Accord All my food is blah to the Robert doctor said some people head of the National their ability to taste and it e a r t and Lung Institutes just part of growing there something that can found a way to cure this done to help folks like me in some sides just telling us we are has found that the ting to taste is often linkec Dear Header there but it is so new that it the proper amount of certain metal like nicke wasnt announced when you saw your A lot of He believes a lot of people first lose their abil to taste after the flu and regain it and if these O I were given a little zinc they would be able GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES GOREN 14 Itnt Br TIN CNU9B Tribune NorthSouth South NORTH 454 y Q874 0 Q983 9 5 Z WEST EAST 8 7 B 2 10 3 7963 VAKJ10 0 K 10 0654 J 10 1 A K 7 6 3 SOXlTH A AK Q J9 y s 0 A J 7 2 AQ8 The bidding South West North East 1 A Pass Pass 2 Pass 3 0 Pass 4 A Pa Pass Pass Opening lead Deuce of V Tho North was unable to keep the bidding South did not abandon hope for Holding 23 points in high cards and he doubled Easts reopening bid of two When North dutifully responded with three South leaped directly to four Since North has de nied having as many as 6 Souths action is not He should have assumed if his partner had a high card or the latter could be counted on to proceed it game was in the North might have been better ad vised to bid two no trump instead ot three diamonds to show the heart If South carries on to three no there is no way that the defense can detcat that Viest opened the deuce o hearts against four The four was played from dummy and East won the trick with the East continued with the king and declarer ruffed in his South began drawing trump when East showed out on the third it suddenly dawned on the de clarer that he and West were down to the same size in If he drew the remaining the opposi tion might run several heart tricks when they regained the South switched his tions to the diamond suit by playing the ace and West was in with the and a heart return forced declarer to ruff once more and establish a spade trick for South still had to lose a and his contract went on the Since the odds favor a fourtwo division of the out standing declarer would have been well advised to protect his trump holding from the enemys assaults in A measure of caution on Souths in have paid a handsome re When East leads the king of hearts at trick it is suggested that declarer dis card a club from his hand instead of Observe that he has to lose the club trick so that he surrenders nothing by taking the He gains consider able for East cannot continue hearts If he leads the aco for it estab lishes Norths If East is permitted to hold the second heart he is temporarily unable to press the If a club is South can finesse the queen draw trumps in four pulls and then gnt his diamond South ruffs a heart return with the nine of and ha has 10 three diamonds and two island calm taste Certain medicine seems to decrease the ability to too There is a lot yet to be learned but enough is known now to help thousands of people taste It anpears that the ability to ifte has been sadly neglected and Henkin may be the only physician who has studied this problem carefully in His studies suggest that the roof of the mouth is the best area for tasting sour and bitter foods while the tongue is best for salty or In addition to metal ions some of the hormones from the small aci enal gland over the i kidney seem to play a role in In a number of di seases affect What can you do to get help for your taster Medical World News states the National stitute of Health will provide a kit free to any doctor who wants to ufs Henkins All your doctor need do is to Henkin requesting When he gets the kit he can map out your ability to taste and give you the proper treatment your food will have zest I suspect smoking decreases tasting Many pa tients have told me they could taste much better after quit Speaking of the Public Healih Service found that employees who smoke one pack of cigarettes a day or more spend over one third more time away from their jobs not to smoke more cig arettes but from West Indies Reuter A projected gradual reduction of British police and military strength on Anguilla is a reflection of the calm now prevailing on this1 rebel island of Anguillans are still deter mined to be independent of the parent government of the asso ciated state of KittsNevis Anguilla from which they seceded in after it was created out of a former British But hostility which led two years later to the ejection of a British who arrived on the island with proposals to end the and the subse quent landing of British para troops in has now largely For two years now the Anguil through an illegal island have been working har moniously with a British com According to their they are happy and anxious that a British presence thculd remain at least for some Our intention is to keep Brit ain here until cur political situa tion is Ronald Webs chairman of the said in an interview PARATROOPS GONE The Anguillans have had the help of the British commis sioner and his more than 150 royal engineers and about 70 metropolitan police from Lon The paratroopers have long since gone British foreign office official Joseph Godber said after Ulks on the island that the metropoli tan police will gradually be re placed by local poiccafter they sas ll has io postpone have been We have no i possible selective strikes intention to maintain a miitary against us railways pending a presence in brfore a Jud6c W KIND OF LIKE PCMT CHUCK rUi MSntttEVEItf KKOFAWUFE TUMBLEWEEDSBy TOM RYAN THE CREATURE FROM THE PUACK LA600N HAS KINELY REFORM YER PAU6HTER THAT I WISHES TSEEHER YOUR HUMftE AMP 5AHI0 BlONDIEBy Chic Young BUT IP YOU TAKE MC OUT TO DIMMER I PROMISE TO MAKE TWO DIMMERS FOR WJ TOMORROW THE BRIOSE PARTY v LASTED SO LATE Y THIS I OIDNT HAVE TIME HreV TO COOK VOUR DIMMER BEETLE BAILEYBy Mort Walker Z OIDNT KNOW rr WAS Ill ABNERBy Al Capp AHUL ORDINARY WOOMIN MAH WRINKLED HIDETHAT WAS WHY ORDNAW WOOMIN KIN STAND AVJOOMIMWHOS PULLTHATBURUAP BAG CWER THE GIRLS FROM BOILIN3 POINT ARE SHOWS VJHUT BEASTS YOORDNAFrf WHYDiO BOP HER SHE HAINT GOT A SINGLE FAULT ARCHIEBy Bob Montana T WHATS VOUR FAVORITE WHATS YOUR FAVORITE railway strike action postponed CLEVELAND fAPl The ited Transportation Union i who rejected a recent British proposal that thy rejoin the Kitts federa say that miles no interest in their Tors CADETS Negotiations between the union of operat ing trainmen and the rail car riers broke down pos ing the threat of selective The main obstacle new contract talks the is sue of work rules A spokesman for the LTU said Sunday night that union HI AND LOISBy Dik Browne OF COURSE DU HAVE TO RcAD A LITTLE INTO IT t IT SHOW HOW LOVE CAN SURVIVE EVEN 7UOOSH THE DOS SHECS ALL OVER THE RUS IM eaue TO WRFTE ASTORV S ABOUT A LITTLE SIRLAVP A DOG SHORT RIBSBy Frank ONeal TS MOSQUITO WE DONT HAVE BUGS BUNNY OTTAWA CPi Squadron i PrpsicienrCnaries 151 has been faior of delaying possible i I awarded the RCAF Association I awarded annually to I the Air Cadet squadron assessed most proficient in The aw md is liasrd on an mfn of squadrons in madi In nffi of the Canadian Annrd j work rules proposed by the rail Forces and officials of the Air ways would result in the climi Cadct League of J nation of many strike action after District Judge Howard Corcoran agreed in Washington to hear both union and management posi tions including the legality of scVctive strikes j The UTU claims changes in I ;