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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE UTMBSIDGE HERAID "ulciy. Novnmlior V, 1971 Your horoscope By JeoniB Dixon vance m your oui is lime i turn u .1 MI i Todav s niilivi'5 often work inilin: lie- with electricity, painting, arts involving vibration ami col- Iruin I AIUKS i.March Auril IIH: it For every plan there should LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. can cause oi hearing TAl'lll'S -II Novelty flavors all till: events o( today nolhing quite i'1'- peats what happened before Distant relatives may cause much ado, CK.M1M I .Mav 21 Jlllir Try In renieiniicr thai people arc rait sii deeply involved in tin- pursuit of the finals which mean such personal sucd'ss Io UU. AM. KK Uutif -I .'illy '--l; if you in to the temptation In'balk, bestir vomself as soon as vou've had il chance to think about it. Do sometliins fon'.ard- In WIMO bc'-n bugging our :..-ls In cut Ihe volume (in t.'cir iveurd and radio plating. Am sure that an improper r. Uiiionshirt of eeci- bcls 10 volume can be imi.M harmful t" li; human ear. Now, our to huy a pair of his Is there no harm. Kl usmc f-arnhonc- ii'.-tia'I of I'.'ud- ilie ii-m- You are harm from Inud music. Noise deafness common Io people who around loud nosios. such a- around aircraft. Mo.-t place- '.'.here is an !evo! ih.vkccl io be certain it i.- I'-im il'1' ranee of safely Inr Il' addition, people ivorkim: :-i -no.'i omtron- "ear (icfeiiil'.'rs People who ''.ivc neon ex- posed to to" much nc-ise will cd '-'.-hii andiogran estingly the noi-i dear- ness :i r a person to itie fuiiT "c'5 of music as ire rusVi fre- quency I have .n'.iays been amu.-ed v iih the hi-fi :''.IB spends o; in-n ey fer h' I; efiuiy.rnent anri iia- enough ear danKigc mt to lx' than r> i' ittrd liy reianvely ciieap equlpni'.'iit. Anvone t" spend a lol nf inoney for hi-li would he well to have'a lii-armf! test first to see if Ihcy can. e'.en luvr the liiphly touted additional sounds. llit'i-e is cviiience [hat a lium- IIT of people listening to lend music, usuallv rock 'n' roll, have devr-le; ed deafness. The damaae is irrev ersibie 11 is no (lil'frreiil than damaaJ from loud noi-c.- I.Ue thai cillccd by crniire The factor thai determines the lieariui; will be damaged or no! i.- the level ol intensity of Ihe -received at the car, re.card- ies.s of wiu'ther u arrives there i> an cpen nioni or through an carpiionc. iMoresiod in i'ii- in miienl regard noise as pollulio'-i." The hie cities arc nf [loilution and it is ;h, upiii h> to ha'.e a ini'liience and health. U ap- peal's to be one i.'tetor in falipie and Il i-. just as im- portant a problem in polluiion ,'H iiie more diS'.-nsv ed of of uaiiire's creatures flee from ideations excess noise. Man alcne seems to be trapped within his il1 '.se your sou is produimi: is snfii- wouid reonire tei'tir.: of t.he pui cf nox' from liis el. If i: is qui'e lend, it is a pee 1 bet ;i ceiild indeed caiise -ome less used for a time. lr, ar.y case, excessively loud noise is noise poliirion and not conductive to GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CIIAHLES H. GOREN 1C B- Tss Chiasa Tnbunt] Bol-h vulnerable. North drals. NORTH A K 3 T fi Ill I A K J K5 WEST PAST J 10 S 4 A Void v J 5 A K Q s C7 in 5 3 5 S 7 If Q .MO 9 SOITH A A Q R C S 6 3 7 f fi J, A 8 .1 i The bidding: NorlJi East Somh Wrst l A i'ass 3 t, Tsw t A Pass Pass Opening Icari: .lack of A combination of Upper lip and an accurate appraisal of his opponents' distribution enabled South, the declarer ;i' four spader 1o overcome an extremely adverse trump break in to- day's hand. West opcr.e.; the jack of hearts which East overtook the qut-on to continue the suit. Everyone followed to the second lead, but on the third luLind, West dis- carded a di.'imor.d as Norlii ruffed with the six of spades. Declarer began to draw trump by leading the king of nparle-S. When East discarded a diamond, il gave South a severe jolt, lie had already lout two tricks and it now- appeared that West must score Uvo raore in the (rump juit inasmuch as he held tile J-10-5-4 behind the A-Q-8. De- clarer sought some way to compensate for the adversity of nature. He began by cashing the king and ace of clubs and then ruffing a third round in dummy with the seven of spades. came the ace and king o! diamonds, on which he- discarded his re- maining he-art as West fol- lowed suit This was the pic- ture at trick 10 tr.e lead in dummy: Nor-Tii A 5 Void q .1: A Void VfKST EAST A .1 ID j t Vnirt t? Void "97 t Void 5 A Volt! A O SOUfll A A I) 8 T' Void v Void A 8 A diamond was led and South ruffed in his hand with the queen of spades. West was obliged to undemiff with the four. Now the eight of clubs was led. West trumped with the ten of ipades :o prevent the dum- my from scoring with the nine. The consequence, how- ever, was that at trick 12. he was obliged to lead away from the jack-five into Smith's ace-eight. Declarer's losses on the rienl were two hearts and only one trump trick. Now Iliert' is at leasl somothini; I'cr everybody anil for mcsl people a choice or a rlioose for yourself promplly. X'lltiai (Aug. 3.1 Sept. 2-'l: Dan1 to show your true ft'cl- more we I cum c Ilian you'd think. it a long evening. 1.IIII1A (Sept. 23 (let. 22': lidod arrives from M-V-. j i-nil direi-lions, enough to stir, you Io premature reaction if ycm M it. M'UMI'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. A slowt'i1 pace gives you more lime to think, catch errors. You need a break anyway. S.UMTTAIlirS (Nov. 22-Dcc. :MJ: What you achieve now is apt to he permanent and bring abundant future rrsu'S'. helpful Io all who sock your advice, but disclose nothing ol your own plans. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Meet a lively personality halfway, compare notes or sim- ply lislen and learn. AQl'AHIUS (Jan. 20 l-'pli. Resist Ihe temptation to pull any tricks today. They're bound to backfire quite soon. 1'ISCES (Fell. Alarch Older people and ancient ques- iions hinder fonvard looking simplifications now. Nothing to do but work things out. (11171: By The Chicago Tribune) COME OUT, AMP PRIMS TMAT FLANKET UllTH WJ'. K HEAR tOAlE OUT.'.' IT AS MAPEINBA rUMBLEWEEOS-ay TOM K. RYAN HI, SUGAR PIE! NOTICE ANYTHING- PIFFERF-NT APOUTME? THAIMSTOTHE MOPERM MIRACLE OF COSMETICS, 1 NO LONGER HAVE MY FRECKUBS, RENPf RING- ME, THEKEPY; MORE ANP PESIRAPLE: BLONDIE-By Chic Young Andv sends a complete 20- line set of the World Roc k Kiicyclopcdia to Kim William- sen, afle II. of Hiehmonci, iiinin. for her question: I ton ilii organic farms keep buns auay? know that plants respond sounds. Hut organic growers do not reiy oil organ mu-sie to i-iieourape Ihe crops. Organic iraans nature's svs- lems ilia; keep plants aral ani- going and growing. Lite iiisi-ts on many forms. Nature that all things live in bilance with each other and i'-.e earth. A multitude of these organic systems pvo- billions of years to prc- our luxurious planet. A feir ars ago. we siartedj countless tons of new; ei 'inieaks to wipe out insect T'Osts in a hum-. But this also! lies-roved birds and the crea- j of fowl chains tiiaf de-j pend or. bugs, plus useful in-1 st-ts that plants need. Another ci arose when certain bug became immune and cost of poison programs in-' crccsed. Organic grower s souc'it a sane answer to all thi'fe problems. They .studied j nature's age old systems of re-! cvciine oreanic wastes to re- store a balanced ecology. They had to learn, one by one. the multitude of methods nature uses to control plant and animal populations. We had made a mess of things. But nature proved generous and for- j t'iving. willing to share her se- crets and provide armies of surprising helpers, if we would strive to work v.ith her. The task begins by restoring ncsleclcd soil. test it; for balanced plant nutrients.! enrich it wiih composts of rc- cvclcd organic wastes, cuRi-1 vate ii to let in air and water, j This living soil grows sturdier! plaits, more capable of with-1 standing diseases and bugs. Cul-j livaiing also executes compet- ing weeds and exposes grubs, i eggs and other bu- ried bug pests Io the drying They are destroyed before [to; started. Many nests winter in orchard twigs. Thcv mav be smothered with sprays of safe oils, inolnv ses and various kitchen ingred- ients. Gummy bands stop ants and other crawlers from gettinp onto the plants. The grouing crops are checked daily. Each new pest is identified precise- ly and given individual treat- ment. The plants may be spray- ed with red hoi pepper, a safe solution that repels most pesky leaf chewcrs. Each hug has his likes and dislikes, plus a of natural enemies. These details are learned and used against him. For example, lady bugs and lacewincs. manlids mid certain wasps dine on certain bug pests. If we release armies of these friendly insects in the fields and gardens, they gladly do what comes naturally, free of charge. Organic growers may encour- age TO or so bird species that favor various hup pests on their menus. Purple martins devour more than enough garden pests to earn the rent for their fancy bird houses. Many bug pests detest the strong smells of cer- tain herbs. Mint growing in the cabbage patch repels many en- emies of the entire cabbage family. Garlic in the rose gar- den repels aphids and Japan- ese beetles. The remedies arc unlimited and full of surprises. We have just begun to look for them. Organic growing is fascinat- ing because it draws us into partnership with the wondrous workings of nature. We need time to iearn enough to make it succeed on a big scale, but it seems the sane to re- store our ecology and ensure quality food supplies. You can test, organic methods, in a small plot, a window box or even a flower pot. Who knows, you may chance to discover one more of the secrets we need to know. Qiicstlnm clindron of Herald readers be mailed to Andy, P.O. Box limiting ton Bcaca, California 92048. (Copyright Chnmk'Ir Publishing Co. 1971) CAM BEPUM) IF" YOU HAVE A OF HUMOR BEfcTLE Mort Walker SIGHT, SIP.' SEE TPAT C- THE FINAL TRIL'MPMANT SAIU7E TO THS DVIN6 111 ABNER-By Al Capp :r. BRIMK COT LIDDLE' :o ORCIMAWV LET Ml.'.', GO it; TH1 O' V BROTMEP.HOOP, BUT HO'.'J IM TH' MAME S t SISTERHOOD 6 WE COMt :A MARRV Kiircn WIFOUT ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I VAS A STEEPLEJACK: I REPAIR DER CLOCKS IN I ONLY REPAIRED COO-COO CLOCKS .'T HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne Druji 8 upp resses 1 e 11 keniia PHlI.ADKi.I'HIA 'Al'! A. Dr at Jefferson Med- j leal I'cllefte announced here one injociicn of statalon Dr. Krcderick Wheelock said tested. They were his findings could closely al- vanccd stages of lied to the disease in man, but he cautioned that the drug, sta- c sp lolcn, cannot be used to treat! human leukemia. "Howevi r. this research may lead to the development of drugs which can be used for people with the he tiort oans lomc Ownmq your home if, like, inonoy in the bank. It's called 'equity and having "equity" in your home givr. you specia borrowing power al the Associates. 1014 3rd Ave.nuo South PHONE 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED SHORT RiaS-By Fronk O'Nenl I i 111; i u i s 11 a claims lilc FORT Alts. i KCMC .-aid today that j Morvin lliehard Klliscn, 211, bu.'li about. 2i; miles from Ibis northeastern Alberta loun, ap- parentlv was killed in a inint- I inrt nceidenl. The former .Saskatoon rcsi- drnl wont InintipL; ..rd he didn't rulum a ic.uch was started. BUGS BUNNY 15 IT ALL IF-' 3 CAR MY WHITE RAT, TO SCHOOL TOMOpr IT'S HIS ;