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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Friday, November 5, 197) Your horoscope By Jeans Dixon MTninw, vtv f> Your c.l "f m-im-ilinn im: 111'1 p aiul dcMpi of ur life inifi iew this year that SIT more Hr.irly how tn apply your resources. Today's natives [HtSH'ss natural nuijj- ndisin. dcfiniU1 hifihly indi- vidual trails. AH IKS March 19K LAWRENCE E- LAMB, M. D, pllh can impotence prnr ttimld MkinK sli'-jpinii pi.h and trail- iMiiM1 man in his "tOs I-1 Dear llr.'iili'r ll might do- on I'KV ir.iii'i'iil the pills' m.ide him 'I -n1 a nimilx-r; of medinnr- v. ill this cffrt'I, ini-hidr -.i'1'ir mc-dicinc in I'i'.'M blood pros- tare. Thrvc ;uv ninny oilier' causes A man uit.fi this' medicine should obviously t.ilk "vr his doctor. Orar Pr. 1 amh I a problem v hirh ver- '-mbar rnssine mo 1 v.v.rk in an office all i IKHV uhirh is very oir.fiarras.smi: lo me i as I u' n k in an office all clay lone and I don't know just what m do. I do nut sit down much so it's not from that. I do a lot nf fruit and drink a lot of I Iwo. laken medicine (hat did not help. Could you please toll me j what 1 can do take in help me? Dear Homin- I think you v.-lij-it .if !he problem? mav N1. Stojv i hat eoffeo drink- ing and >ve if fbat v.'on't solve the problem. Many people have excess from usinn excess! coffee. Often what people need' to do correct their living' r.'-' innre nvflieine Don't tn cither m- use coia.s. If just love the of coffci', one of the i decaf fenialcd products Also, fruit is m-client for the diet 1 but CM-OSS amounts in some people cause gas. Some people do not tolerate milk and using milk muse thorn to form excess KHS Try these simple nie.'isiires and if you still have trouble se your doctor for an examination. Dear Lamb I a kidriy removed because of an aecidont. My doctor tells me. Iliat I !ive a normal life and do not have to change my eating habits or restrict my diet in any way, Do you agree to this? Hear Reader Yes. One good kidney is sufficient to do the job. Some people are born with only one kidney and suffer no ill effects from it. Nature actually did provide us with 3 redundant system. You can get along ivith one good lung, one ovary, one testicle and only part, of the liver. Even part of the brain is never used nearly _ to its capacity and some wags claim most of us don't use any of our brain most of the time. The only catch Ls that (.he re- maining kidney must be a good i kidney. A urinary tract infec- tion can be more serious or if you were to get a kidney stone that blocked tlv drainage of the kidney you v.-ouldn't h-ive a spare kidney to tEke over the work. Your friends a share in whatrvi.r you're doing. Slick to j your I'-v.n hot mlerr.-.ls without getting your pride ruffled, 1 T.U'IU'S (April 211-Mjiy Go according to your first im- pulse when the stress of today comes lo bear. Friends inno- milly upset all plans wilhoul the least intention of mixing things up CEMIM (May 21-Jrim- j Of all the nice tilings you hear, 'sift the realistic from the flat- tering commentary for your own better guidance, TANCKU i.lunr L't-.Jiih Porsnnfi! effort i.s a rcfiuisile i now. Passing the buck doesn't 1 work, and it seems you can't postpone anything of impor- tance either l.KO (.hily Whatever you start today tends to spread into added responsi- j bility later; perhaps more than i you bargained for. VIW'.O (Aug. L'.'I-Srpt. 221: i Speak iiji, demand full recogni- tion for your deeds, Collect i what is o' ed you. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Orl. Nearly anybody will over-prom j JSP today, given the least en 1 courageiiirnt. Ho skeptical, clrck figures. Sl'UIMMO (Oct. 211; Pushing too hard in personal mailers defeats: your goals. Adding individual touches may cause momentary confusion. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Apply your favorite schemes without" wordy ex- planalums or making a dislur- i hanee jihout trifles. Reward; yourself with a good show. CAI'UICOHN (Dec. 22-Jan, i I I Hi: Bring ihe deepest Icm to the surface am! let prayer .spark an impulse soln j lion. Tliere's much to discover about your inner self. AQUARIUS (Jan. i j ist: Set your own values and ihe world tends to agree with i them. If they're too low you get no respect. Too high pro- vokes useful discussions. j i PISCES (Feb. 19-March j a good day for policy de- ciMons among family and close associates. Celebrate coopera- I tion with a hit of a party. j (1971: Tly The Chicago Tribune) I WHAT 1 U'AM hOJ I I'M 60INS TO WTO KICk'THt? rr> Jj ___ i UWT WTO KEETAV NO MATTER HOU MUCH I NO MATTER HATTER HOD VKPiRKK I rUMBUWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN WHAT'S WRONG, I. IMPIP LIZARP? W TROOIW5 OL' MAN HATE5 ___iff hd f" "n BLONDIE-By Chic Younn Smallpox program may be dropped OTTAV.'A Federal, provincial university ex- perts disea.-" ,-re meeting here this v.eck to discuss the possibility d r op p i n g the smallpox vriccmation program acros? The vaocinatifi'j, routine in Canada for all children some- time in their first year, already has been dropped in the United Kingdom and United States In the last 20 years only one death in Canada has been at- tributed to smallpox, The per- son who died contracted the dis- ease in another country. On the other hand, one to two people B dip from the ef- of smallpox vaccination, and: many mnre become ill. Persons receiving immunira- tion actually contract a usually- mild case of smallpox, a health department spokesman said, but deaths following vaccination actually have resulted from meningitis associated with the smallpox. !V meeting won't be known uni.il today, it i was almost certain that provin- j cial participants would agree to I recommend that their respec- tive governments drop the vac- i cination program. Weatherman quits job with CBC TORONTO fCP' Percy Saltzman, the chalk-toss- ing weatherman, will leave the corporation after 10 years be- cause of a dispute over salary. "I didn't quit the CBC; it quit rne." he said. "I'm willing to negotiate: anybody any Lime including the Russians and Chinese." He .said he offered to do an expanded went her service on both radio and television to serve all parts of the country. But, when Hilary negotiations failed, IJifrr was no of the The CBC anounced he will be through Friday, it 50 prince feels he mav over hill j LONDON (AP.t Prlace Philip is giving up one of I the loves of his Buckingham Palnce sources said that at -SO Iw I feels he may be past it. Bs- i sides, he has troubled by nagging wrist trouble. The prince took up the game regularly in 1949 and became one of the country's leading players, captaining tlie exclusive Windsor Park team and playing for Eng- land. But he also developed the wrist trouble and last May he carried his right arm in a sling because of inflamed membranes. Andy sends a complete 2 v o 1 n m c .set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Tim Conrad, age 14, of Gastonia. North Carolina for his ques- tion Is tlie bandicool, fowl? This depends upon which bandicoot you wish to find. The one with polyprodotont denti- tion and diprotodont syndacty- Jous feet enjoys life in Aus- tralia, Tasmania and New Gu- inea. The so-called pig-rat bandicoot is a! home in India and Ceylon. Tiie.se two animals share the same name and look somewhat alike. But they are not related to each other. Tlie Indian bandicoot is a rodent tlie Australian bandicoot is a marsupial. The pig-rat bandicoot makes a great nuisance of himself in the gardens and rice fields of India and Ceylon. He resem- bles a brown rat with a nine- inch plus a skinny seven- inch tail. However, his nose is blunter, his ears are rounder and his longer fur mingled with a few bristles. This rodent digs elaborate burrows for him- trance with a mound of dirt. I He eats a few insects, but his favorite groceries are seeds and grains, which he hoards in under ground storerooms. This bandicoot, alias the pig-rat, alia? the Indian-mole-rat, is rated a pest because he helps himself to cultivated grains and cereals. Being a rodent, naturally he is a mammal. The other bandicoot. lives nn the opposite side of the globe. He is a marsupial of the fam- ily Poramelidae, the pouched badgers. No doubt he was 8AliEY-By Mort Walker j named a bandicoot because i the settlers of Australia thought 1 !K! resembled the Asian bandi- coot. Naturally a rodent is not! related to a marsupial but the j marsupial bandicoot shares his j range with quite a variety of i first cousins. The long-nosed bandicoot is plentiful in east- era Australia. He resembles a smallish rabbit with stiff, light brovv n fur. tinged with purple j and enhanced with a white vest, trousers and tail. He has a ratty tail, floppy rabbit-ears and extra-long hind legs which j Jie uses to leap around like the kangaroos. The bilby bandicoot makes a j living in the arid deserts of central Australia. His fur is slaty blue-grey. He sleeps sit- fing up on his haunches with his floppy ears folded flat and his pointed nose tucked com- fortably between his dainty lit- tle hands. Like all marsupial hsndicoots, he can dig as well as a badger. Australian ob- servers report that he can bur- row faster than a man can dig. The barred bandicoot is a na- tive Tasmanian. His rump is dark stripes. Sometimes he is adopted as a family pet, though like all bandicoots he tends to be shy and becomes very frisky only after everybody else has gone to bed. The mouse band icoot and two larger cousins share the jun- gles of New Guinea. Altogeth- er there are 20 species of small marsupials in Australia and on nearby islands. Tlie fe- males bear one, two, three or four helpless little infants and nurture them in their fur-lined pouches. UM..ARB HIM, TELL MM HE PORSOTAS' APPOINTMENT E HAP WITH ME.'.' ,.w a. us iVt L JDjVji? lit ABNER-By Al Copp U.S. accused HONG KONG (Renter) The Viet Cong has accused the United States of spraying loxic chemicals in South Vietnam's Phy Yen province which makes the hoofs and tails of animals rot, the North Vietnamese news agency reported Thursday. GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES H. GOREN [A 1VT1: Br Tin Trlbm] Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH .1 10 9 V A743 O K J II 1 Wiar EAST K84Z A Q78S 09 AK1 SOUTH AS Found frailly at PEM.BHOKK, nnt. frpi -1 l.afr.'tnco, ?f, was found guilty in Ontario Su- pn'mn Court Tliur.sflay on two counts of murder in tho ,T.XP .-.InvinHs Mnrch 12 of Molsun, -io, and Molson's si.x-yenr-nid ncjjhew David Witt, Hr sentenced to life im- prisonmf-nt A K'.-man JUIT rrrommended that Lnfr.'iilH- bf> given rvnry fipnortniiily for psvchiatric holp. DurinL' 11.f- de- tailrd the gor. and tes- tified that Uifrnnco had a hLs- of mental illness. Q 1D 7 s Tlie bidding: South West North 1 0 Pass 1 V Put 2