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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE '.ETimRlpfiE HE9AID Thuisdny, Novrmbor 4. Vour you tit 1 I U t use> ami n i of 11 fen- yi l I deal w h li i point ot t It i1 bakuifi' ailra pillion to I MilKS iMar Wind ui> i n a final t chronic I tors ouli i can. Li tntir re- i tu (In Ink o on into another way to do actions to it. i i MI idiud effoil is need- feum-; (11171: lly The I liirasu Tril'iini') ul i K n tin KIIUS of the il Mill! '-'lit. III M Mllll 1 OIIIU 11 II t itul is uill i (oilMlli LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. I KEEP A fAVCK.. V A'tS ANOHIER PERSON 10 PJ A FAVOR, HE 0065 IT 60 THE OTHER PERSON CAN BE TO i-EEL Bi KHN6 A r We OTHK FERMII KNOWS lit 15 FEiNi? HE' PEDTO FEEL 600? HE 'JHOULP PO THE FAVOR FOR THAT PK50N HE ALSO MIL BE MADE TO FEEL 6ff And'- sends a complete 20- n m c set of the World WILUYAGO TTHE PEMMICAN SOCIAL WITH ME, SWEETS? IT SUP TO YOU, KINS, PY MATURE, INTENSELY I, PEMOCRATIC, I WOIJLPN'T FATHER? ITHINK OF INFLUENCING YOUR PECISIONi... AFTER ALL YOU'RE NOTACHIUP YOU'RE OLP BLONDIE-By Chic Vouna hormones Rook Encyclopedia to Kathy Williams, age 10. o[ Cleve- i Williams, age 10. i land. Oklahoma, f o r her j question: i What arc gneiss roeks? Some rocks are so hard lhat Dear Dr. your i- o 1 n prustate 1 have no t have m i so I v i I'm wi" i tides I n plant 01 i in a In pi sex at ill ills .-in i i mones. i i Dear Kr certain! hood t'i i1 tale trouble tends to the fib and partial mOllOS Most mi i tr.aiii t '1 I have thin how to and Hunk doctor. Why di vour concun pect he would talk to T many (.motn i volvcd in such discus, on good for you esting. Vou d, f i i number together. Ages ago, anil in cyclamato: .Tieestors used them hoofs, hair and fishy scales, was also t bjsi, ihcm together. Ages, ago hasic in all ancestors used them in- different proteins are 1 I to t i i uli i "i u have a n u L uiria was i tioned t the same Jin l s wite discou- 11 ere have been somo o i pi iblc relation- named of the bladder in BEtTlE BAILEY-By Mori Walker u ival of I'vclamatf-s j fierv heat inside the earth. 1 i fill k -lib even the most ele- pare w i I h the handsome, P (opopt (f research, j smooth and colourful minerals. I hr i 1 e n urnbk to tmdiv- But their looks tell a fascinat- l d I, the applies to: ing story. You might say that u but not saccharin. I they look like rough-and-ready 11- 11 i no it inch evidence everyday rocks, very hard and !o tint n't r has pro-j sturdy They are bumpy stones tin d i UK m mi i I made from various ingredients I ri u olu un ould be for that add their own rather drab in to re hie sou. coffee in- colors. Some gneiss samples I 1 T. to himt it to four'are tmged with red, grey or i tu Mie teaspoons of I green, and others are neanv i i luil nit rnmded) pro- I or nearly black, i m HO ciK.n s i day which I The blotchy colors are speek- Our gneiss rocks may cuics amjno Hair I )o Ii a r d enough to strike in the skin manu- .parks. But our ancestors who special cells almost en- them did not know a tough, spongy pro- r o c k has suffered that refuse to dissolve in moisture. These long c m p t y boxes are sealed together in ropey threads. Actually, hairs are made of dead cells because they have no nerves, no blood vessels and no living proto- plasm. Questions asncd by criIMrca of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Hunlington Beacii, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 19711 E I TCPAV 15 SO COMPLICATeO' 'eM, SJT PONT FCRS-ET, SV TURN OUT N? 5UT LIEUTENANTS Hospital in hear I remov case tV (ilo es in about of fat RICHMOND. Va. 'API A j filed GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES II. GOREV lc 1971: flT Ths CMcajn TriMne] Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH 0 A E3 4 A J I" 8 f 1 (TEST EAST 4Q9G432 Pats Pass Opening lead: Four of A Altho North and South bid their hands to the hilt, prop- er technique by tlie latter could have redeemed the ambitious bidding. The first round of the auc- tion was routine. North's jump to three clubs was i1 slight stretch. His suit is bro- ken and the jack of spades is a questionable value. South temporized with three hearts and when this was raised to four, he was warranted in proceeding to slam, fl might tave been better strategy to cue bid the ace of spades and await partner's reaction. His ultimate decision to go all the way after all the were accounted for was based on the expectation of finding either a solid or readily establishable club suit in dummy. West opened- the four of spades. East covered dum- my's eight with the ten and declarer won the trick with the nee. There seemed to 1'e little more to the hand thin Jevp.loning North's club suit there were apparently plenty of entries available to acccmplish this purpose. So reasoning. South led over to tho jack of I iris and continued 'he trumps v.'ipn the suit divided two-two. Ttw ace of clubs came next, on which West dropped the queen. A small club was ruffed with the seven of when West showed out, a serious com- plication had set in for de- clarer. With the clubs divid- ing five-one, the North hand no longer had enough en- tries to profitably develop the. club suit. Dummy was reentered with the king of diamonds to put the jsck of c'ubs thru. East covered witii the king and declarer ruffed with the eight of hearts. The ace of diamonds. North's last entry, enabled South to cash the ten of which be dis- carded the nine of diamonds. When the eight of clubs was led, East covered with the nine and declarer was oHijged to trump In his hand. At trick 13, South con- ceded the ten of diamonds to ".Vest's jack for the setting Lrick. The extremely adverse di- vision in the club suit was admittedly an unlucky break for declarer, however, he could have taken measures to protect himself. When a heart is led to the jack at trick two and both opponents follow suit, South is assured of no worse than a three-one trump break. He should therefore temporarily shift his attentions lo the develop- ment of clubs by cashing the ace and then ruffing a small club with the king of hearts, on whi-h West shows out. A second heart is led to the queen and when the remain- ing hearts fall, South Is well on his way. Tne jack of clubs is put thru to ruff out East's king and North retains two entries in diamonds: on" to cash the ten of clubs and ruff out East's nine and tho other to lend the now estab- lished eight of elubs for tho discard of declarer's ten of diamonds. If West turns up with threi, hearts headed by the ten am) only one club, the suggested line of play will not succeed. nut in that instance, ths grand slnrn or-nr.ot be rondo, no mnlter what course de- clarer takes led and freckled all over the year's rough, bumpy rock. But if you 53 million suit has been I look you sec that they I against, the Medical College of i are in bands, some-; Virginia charging the hospital what like rocky pages pressed j allowing a black laborer to i and glued tightly together. This fiio so his heart could be used in gives a striped, banded look. If; a transplant operation, you bash the rock hard enough j 'fiic suit, filed here under pro- with a hammer, chances are it i visions of the Civil Rights Act, will break apart at the band- j contends that black laborer ed scams. This suggests that j Rnico Tucker was not granted the mineral was crushed flat; the same privileges and imniun- under tremendous pressures in [tics afforded a member of tlie the earth. white race. But there is far more to the the suit, filed by William story If how the earth formed Tucker and Abraham Tucker, these sturdy rocks. The ori-: the hospital also is accused of j ginal were quartz removing the heart of Bruce j and feldspar, plus maybe lior-1 Tucker -May 2o. without j blende mica or other min-! consent of his relatives. crals. Some of the ingredients l William Tucker, the donor's may have been slates and brother, had previously filed a clays that sifted to the bottom 51 million suit against the hospi- of muddy lakes. Others were tal. That suit still is pending, melted deep underground and Named defendant.'; in the case erupcd by volcanos. When the i were Dr. Geoffrey T. Mann, hot lava cooled, they became i state chief medical examiner, a solid. Most of these minerals former assistant medical exam- slay more or less as they are, buried under-ground or grad- ually wearing away on the sur- 1 face. j But the ingredients for mak- i ing gneiss rocks were not al lowed lo rest in peace. They were bashed and battered, i crushed and pressed together in multiple sandwiches. These adventures were so tough on them that they actually i changed into different min- erals. Several other minerals also become completely THE UAST COMPLAINER ABOUT OME OP OOP, PRODUCTS -15 ABOUT TO BE CRUSHED CRUSHER COMPLAINED IS FAULTV, A. DAD -AMP LIKE N> IT'S f EVERYTHING I WORKING S v, V.'E ARCHIE-By Bob Montana iner and 11 physicians. i Alcoholics in I lie uruiv WASHINGTON iAP) Con- grcssional investigators report an estimated 130.COO alcoholics i in the United b'iates armed forces, but say the Pentagon has done little to treat them, changed bv heat and pressure, I preferring punishment instead. deep in tlie earth's crust. We A report today by the Gencn call them metamorphic rocks, i Accounting Office said the de- Limestones and sandstones department could save 'that form muddv sediments' thousands of careers and at 'scdimcnlarv least si SO million a year by in the water are rocks. The iavas created by fiery volcanoes arc igneous rock.s. Hie banded of a gneiss sample may tell a few tilings about its history, treating and rehabilitating alco- holics as it now dues drug users. j The riAf reeommendcrl a I comprehensive alcoholism con- trol program which would prr.- vide that alcoholism be recog- i bedded pieces lhat look 1 i k e i "s ;1 disease glassv lenses mean that bits of The study was made at mica" were pressed into i the ot the Senate sub- sandwich Flattened pebbles j committee on alcoholism and show lhat the pressure stopped I narcotics headed by Senator before Ihev were crushed com- Harold 10. Hughes. Iowa Demo- plolely flat. Dark, flaky layers I cral. and a rea.rmcdjilci.hohe. i may mean that hot. lava into the rocky before it, was finished. SIOI'X LOOKOUT, Out. (CP) Field sampling of timlx-r j stands is being carried out in the area In obtain a reliable es- liniiitc of the gross total and the srilVKY TIM1JKK I LEFT THEM OUT FRONT WITH YOUR TWO GREEN BASS READY TO LOAD I GOT ALL THE FOOD AND THE TENT INTO TWO 61 BASS Andy sends World I'.ook Globe' lo Handcll Hoberls, i age Id. of Iowa Kails. Iowa, i for his question: U'lint exactly s li.iir made of? net merchantable limber vo Tliev keep toiling us that hair umo by species and products. In addition, the survey will collect data leniiind for planned im- provements, Mich as all-v.eather I food. Actually, there are many I access roads and possibly some protein chemicals oral every bridges. MOWS ABOUT A SQUIRTIN' FLOWER? LOTSA LAUGHS! 'y -''V'.'C'y) tffoixrfJJ-'- THIS ITCHIM' POWDER IS eoop FEEA BARREL. O' FUU: ;