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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE 1ETHMIDGI HERAIO March Your horoscope MARCH 16 j Your birthday today This year brings you face to face with whatever limitations or weaknesses you may so that you have the oppor tunity of learning a way of life that gets you past hin drances and freer to pursue probably in differ ent relationships and activi ties than your past several years have Exist ting relations must be re formed if they are to To days nativestend to be somewhat rather suc By cessful despite this and their readiness to take offense at ARIES March 21April Reinforce your natural forward orientation no looking TAURUS April 20 May Let older people be themselv and by if you GEMINI May 21June Nothing takes care of itself to day jou must turn all the pull all the tend all the chores if you want anything CANCER June 21July Dixon Any detail you glossed over stows up this time more difficult to ccpe LEO July 23 Let others be discontented join ing them would help nothing and nobody VIRGO 23 o special approach works onders on a muddle thru y like this LIBRA 23 jecial gimmicks are t Straight forward iciency on standard routines ys SCORPIO 23 cxi may suspect worse than is LAWRENCE Walk or slow jog tlie best Dear Lamb About three years ago I started a jogging At first I could jog only onesixth of a I was almost unable to walk at times because of shin I have very lit tle trouble with shin occasionally my knees My question is Am I hurting my body 1 now 0g between four and nine depending on how I I cover each mile in ap proximately nine To day I jogged eight miles in 72 minutes 15 I jog on a bard wood It is not cant ed on the I wear heel cushions in my shoes and two pairs of wool I am 43 years old inclined to be fat five feet eight and 165 Dear Reader It is amaz ing how little exercise some people can do when they start a program and how thej can build up to a very high level of I am sure tha your exercise program hai done a lot to help your overal If you average six mile a day in one year this use the same amount of calories found in about 50 pounds of fal Any regular part cularly if it causes weight bearing or contributes to wear ant tear of the joints Ballet dancers get wearan tear arthritis of the ankles baseball pitchers of the elbow You can minimize this prob lem by eliminating the A soft tack is much better Jian a hard I think you wuld have your knee Xrayec and let your doctor see if you are showing any signs of wear andtear Walking six miles a day wil Iso do a lot of the same things or you and is less likely to ar the joints or contribute to irthritis in later Exex ise bicycles also are useful in liminating the jarring effects if Many men in particular seem bo like to set records for then It is that old competi ive drive I am agains Physics teaches us that t move a given weight a mile re quires just as much energy whether it is moved fast o Now the body is a littl different but still the adyan ages you get from setting tim records are far outweighed b the dangers it part cularly as a person gets older A number of joggers have died from heart attacks by pushin themsevles against a time fa A slow jog or walking wi allow a person to enjoy ant Individus who are overweight or middl aged in particular should star exercising with walking an some should stay at that leve Enthusiastic joggers remind m of the old fable of the tortoi and the Most vigoro older people are son are more enthusiastic tortois than others but they are to not really the case in both career and home SAGITTARIUS 22Dcc Your best diplomatic skills are useful but will not cover hasty or careless work CAPRICORN 21 Plans must cut down a notch to fit a shortage or AQUARIUS 20 1S Go it alone wherever you can in both business and PISCES 19 March Find something for every body to according to their level of 1971 By The Chicago Tribune The first gun Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Chuck age of North for his question Vho made the first gun The first guns were clumsy annons that fired gunpowder hurl We dont know who to blame for inventing changes were invented to make firearms saf er for their owners and more deadly to their Most of hese inventors also are un We do know that gen erations of gunsmiths toiled 700 years or more to change those irst cannons into modem fire The story of guns began with powdery mixtures of A little heat made them ex plode with a shattering Different recipes were called Greek Fire or Chi nese Some say the Chi nese invented them thousands of years ago to make Later the Chinese denied this and blamed foreign This was after several inven tors packed the mixture in met al tubes and fired it to hurl Greeks and people of India and Ger mans and other warfaring coun tries used these early cannons copied each others in All sorts of cannons boomed in the 1300s and all sorts of tales were told about who in vented One story claim Storefront medical clinic to aid addicts VANCOUVER CP A Street skid road in Vancouver store front medical clinic to is to be established an aid the derelicts and drug addicts on the Hastings alderman said Brian Calder said the Down GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES GOREN t 1971 By TM Tflttnl ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ neither vul you hold VKC OAQ5 483 The bidding has proceeded South West North East I Past 2 Pasi f What do you bid now this itrong holding naturally wish to reach you may accomplish this 6y B jump rebld to three Obsene lhat this bid Is forcing because partner has previously out at the level of A ump rcbid io the same suit is not forcing If partner hai taken nut at onlv at the level of one so lhat If the bidding proceeds one heart ons three hearts u call is semi forcing and may occasionally be passed by the re Q vou hold idS VQ1083 OAQ1092 The bidding has proceeded North East Sooth 1 A 2 What do you bid this holdinff and He apparent jou cannot rea sonably Fff a game at this ncalnst the heart con trflrt the reasonable approxima tion if jniir trick taking capacity u four Your opening bid shnuM produce a minimum if thrrp which adds up to a two foil as South you hold Ml Tin uitMing bas proceeded South West North East 1 Pjiss 1 0 Taw t What do you do now A No other rcbirt Ulthonly 17 points In cards a Jump rrhld to siilrrpd and on Itic nrxt round mfl be In to make a more descrip tor VH Incr nc Smith you 652 The bidiims hris proceeded East South 3 A i I What do bid A A bid of four hearts Is sincerely Partner has expressed a desire to play at three no an act which you are In no position to over Partner made no request to hear from 5North South vulner as South you hold AA 910 5 6 2 OK10 9 4 2 The bidding has proceeded West North East South 1 A 2 T What do you bid With this hand worth 12 points ou should Insist upon game and ask partner to select the This can done bj cue bid of three spades which consider GAs South you hold neither side vulnerable dlAK1064 OAKJ4 JkAKQI The bidding has proceeded West North East South Pass Pass IV 2V 4 Pass Pass T What do you bid now There appears to be B chotea between a bid of four no trump which is a comentlonal bid call Ing for partner to name his best suit or a double which gives partner the option of passing or bidding If he has length In somo would accept but would guard a big demerit for a bid of four spades 7Both Vour partner opens with four hearts and jou 7J6 OAKioz What do you bid A slam is entirely out of the question Partner a solid heart lilt and a side or else be would col Soth as South you hold 49B2 V1074 5A9J AKJBJ The bidding has proceeded North East South West i 2 Pas 0 3 r Pass What do ou hid now7 A partner contracted for nine trices on power nu should he unwilling to play own Community Health Society js planning the on a two year budget of most of which will come from the yrovincial and federal govern Calder said in dis jussing the clinic with Health Minister John Munro earlier week in a decision on a federal grant was prom sed by the end of the He said the societys organ zers had asked Ottawa for a grant to carry the clinic for the six or about Its a good I spent most of my time in Ottawa trying to chase down where it got stalled in the He said health department of ficials welcomed the idea while the grant hasnt been ap the application hasnt been rejected David a member of the city medical health offi cers staff and one of the clin ics said papers for incorporation ms being pre It will be a fairly radical and significant process in the skidroad The clinic should be open by he The skidroad area takes in a 15 squareblock area of cheap hccr parlors and third rate night and is gener ally considered the centre of the heroin traffic on the west coast ed that a German alchemist called Berthold the Black had the idea Ons of his weird chemical mixtures exploded on the fire and shattered the cop per He Ha This magic recipe can be used to create a deadly weapon and he told this secret to a his majesty decided to punish the inventor for his ghastly So Black Bart was tied to a helping of his gun powder and blown By the his majesty was Good King In the the richest knights on horseback carried smaller hand These were long sticks feed to metal stuffed roth gunpow der and fired with flaming tor The proud owner also wore sturdy armor and carried a crossbow or other Often his hand cannon back fired or the deafening roar startled his It also star tled everyone around and sometimes struck down a Dozens of inventors made dif ferent and some had In one experi menter accidentally blew up a town Around Miquel de Prats invented a simplified musket with a spring and hammer to fire his pop ular gun was The Span Germans and others in vented changes and in the the Americans and British used a model called Brown Bess to slay each Then sharp shooting Kentucky rifles and pistols were The gun smiths often put hex signs on hoping to protect the owners from evil In the fiarly popular guns had hammers to trigger the bullets by One was the pep perpot that had three bar rels to fire three In it was time for the American inventor Samuel Colt to design the deadly Colt Lord Snowdoii I vacalious at Nassau ilcs woiiirt Iht highly The suggested rail Is four throwing tlirrnoV to rarlncr lint fur In elltiP major is Bahamas API Txird Snoudon arrived in fur a at the i i A foid Cav home of his old j Jucelvn Slovens MaiRarot and Snuudim together at homo in 1 ounpd Queen in London when Lord Snow1 don woi ked for the I The problem with gun inven tions is that they cannot be un Wars are won by those who have the deadliest weapons and everybody else tries to steal the The grim story started with those clumsy cannons and got grim mer through the Most of those who invented newer models are Who maybe they heard the story about Good King Wences las and preferred to remain an Andy sends a World Book Globe to Bill and Tommy age of for their question Do apes really live on Gibral tar The Barbary ape does in deed live on the Hock of Gib raltar and if the British have any say in the his kin folk wil survive there Bands of his mischievous rela tives are allowed freedom to roam and provided with free food and free medical Surely Europes only wild mem ber of the monkey clan de serves the best of Ireatment the British havo a second reason to wish him Thenis an old superstition that his fortress to the Medi terranean will be governed by England as long as they share it with the Barbary It dates back to a time when these rowdy monkejs were disturbed and warned the garrison of an unexpected Spanish the co owner of Gib raltar is not a true though he has no He is a large and powerful a cous in of the cute liltlc rhesus mon II h thought that in the remote past this shaggy blond Hi monkey taken to the Rock from his native haunts in southeast Questions assert by children of Herald readers should b mailed to Ask P llunlinglon j California i Chronicle Publishing 1S71 KIND Of LIKE KKT Of KO OTHER THERE ARE TWO AUD IJPTO mouw WDTS 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