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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta S6 Tl'( ICTHBKIDCE HERAID Tliundny, November 11, 1971 Your horoscope By Jecine Dixon II I' p.irtiniVii'ly wlicn jon HIM of your Mum1 1H .Illly 1: sl'l-iou-ily ;ilmllt (vlll driiw cmichisions ils iihout your own nreds ;iwf Ihoso lev- yuiir lord! Pn> On Iho spot and ready In ndviuiUpi.1 of cvc-i-y cwn TiTiil the Inrn of in which you for-A.m! nl c vulli iiaM-.imnl I'l'.nnns I'.n'ii work ri' aiidvil oner- 'loir. quirk 111 ivmpiv MH-i. iMiirrli -April VHKiO (Allk'. -I rln-c oui :.nui- wink a-; Siick v.iih wlml you've really rc.r'i .T rirrum-laiKT-. per- chwknl and let others .-pccu- an: your and! latp with unieslcri si'henii'S. PII--.C -ion.-, plan ri'iilacenu'iu-s I.IIillA iSqii. Oct. 221; iinil rl This promises lu he one of 'I'M Kt s 'lit May those rare days uhen every. Tnkr> o: offer.1; .von try .-n.'eerply pro- S-L-ial shmild duees rattier ri'-ults. nic-linle new j-ropli'. may hrinS SOIIU'liI idri. Nov. an cv.'irel1. difiVrenl view of: Letting things drift won't do. '.on already know. particularly ua'th home eondi- Ji .limp 'joi: lions that iuippcn no; to .-nit ii''i n I'-cs .ind Mi'.ir inind. Move promptly Inward -o see and sensihle eorreeiions --KIT. iv-wnrh seems lu i prme li'.tlc or nothing. Kcmoiii- bor Ilial you've Ic.'irned a gaad deal in m a king Hie oxpcri- 1 rmMits. CAI'liK OIIN I HIT. 22 .hoi. Il's now. Inn ;ici quickly if arc gu- hv: M (In anything al ail willing In make 11 a lung day AIH'Allirs (.hill. I" Frli. Feu eiretim.siaiiee.s e; ll he neijolia.leif without some com-) promi-e if uiu want to make any ehanpes. i'lSt'HS (l''C'li. Ill Marrll There's loo mlleli lo do, too shsirl a lime and ver" lili'e means: for Ihe immedilile do- You'll v.oh ttllat docs come of your liv Tile Trilranc) HE MAO TWO 5H3RT MAPS Oinr OF MV BLANKET I THIS 15 ALL THAT'S LEFTi t( TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN HIUPESARP'S V THE ONLY 'ONE WOMAN WOMAN IN [IN1HEWHOUE 6RIMY SOLCHA tOWNlTHATS 6ROVER! LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Paint ,s cou Id he muscle problems mi, My in-1 if there are no bone or joint m- taking judo j juries, is a specialist in pliysi- .-e'i a eouplc of cal medicine. Your county nrM time he' or state medical society can .rior threw him help you find one. l did some- Although I can't state idlh .ie richt at the certainty whether the judo les- everal j S0ns had anything to do with is ample evidence that judo >g.iin. lie i and most contact sports arc- hurts so j less likely to result in injury if bad. He had an rumination by the person is in peak physical a bore and MirL'enn and condition. If pcv.Min is not in liin-nr -aid he peak conditinn lie should urad- nhinq wrong. He ually huild up to ihe proper e a .-lipped disk level of fitness before point: all air.ent but there out. could do [or' A muscle that is injured or no functioning improperly can -.1111 'o he careful in cause severe and it can play. he would probab- referred to some other loca- y e i; ail life. tion in the body, just as a pain- Could ;nii pien.-e help me ful tooth can cause referred and there anything that, p5in or the gail bladder can can In1 (innc? hate to think of j cause pain in the shoulder, or a going through life the heart la muscle) cause with a bad pain in the arm or jaw. To Hear Header It -perns like solve and Ireal fanlly muscles some'.him; cauld be done. From'. requires a careful complete ex- the historv anri the negative' amination of all the possible x-ra'.s. I wi.ul.l imagine that muscles involved. A faulty .-ijlem is related muscle can cause periodic or ir. that area. An persistent cramplifce actions can cause con-} that set up the pain pattern. for years un- i Treatment usually includes roperly treated. methods designed to lengthen of factors that or stretch the muscle to regain can contribute to the problem normal function, besides just the incident of in-; Don't give up. You certainly jury. She proper person (o cef for (hit type of problem. don't want >our son ;it his ape to go through life vrith a prob- lem that will severely limit his capacity. What arc i The gibbon is a member of the monkey tribe, the animals that look most like people. Of- i ten they behave very much like people. So we tend to think they must I'? smarter (ban oili- er animals. This may or may not be true. All Ihe diffcrenl animals are smart enough to get along in the world of na- ture. Each one copes with his corner of the world in his own iway. That makes him just as smart as the gibbon, or any other member of the monkey Iribe. There are dozens of different i monkeys, including a s m a 11 j group of special ones called Ibe 1 great apes. The pound gor- illa rates as a great ape. So do the pound orangutan and Ihe pound chimpanzee. So does the gibbon, though he weighs no more than 15 pounds. When he stands up as. tall as po.-siblc. which he often does, the top of his head reaches three feet the ground. Thi.1 gibbon is not great in size. Hut there arc other reasons why he is classed with the great apes. The great apes have no mon- key type tails. Neither doe-s the gibbon. He has a larger ar.d more useful brsin than or- dinary monkeys and his arms are longer. He has no cheek pouches to stuff with surplus snacks. are ihe maul features that qualify the small gibbon as a great ape. This skinny little ape wears a thick, shaggy overcoat, down lo his bare feet and clever hands. His head crouches low on narrow shoulders that slope down to extra long arms. But i what you notice jncst is bis I little black face, peering out from his shaggy fur. He has a wide straight mouth, a stubby nose and large round eyes that seem to tell you that he is very i interested but a bil suspi- cious. Gun huulcr killed RIMBEY. A.Ka. 'CP> Stan- Icy Xickle, 61 of Bluffton. Alta.. killed when a hunting rifle accidentally discharged and the bullet struck bis shoulder. HP was with a group of limit- i er.-. about 70 miles sou-; h west of Edmonton when tire accident oc- curred. To ban clumping STOCKHOLM 'Renter) A bill to ban Ihe (lumping of' refuse in Swerii.-'h territorial iva-, ter.s vas presented to the Riks- dag Tuesday, The bill, banning dumping by ships, aircraft and oi her forms of i.s almost ceruiin to lv pas-rd aru come into force Jan. l. GOREN ON BRIDGE i Results V..1.V 'i .'.'r-. I H.rrivr. lon V.'rrt. Ntqhl D.O.C, Nov. 3. i -i -.-1 1. BY CHARLES H. GORKN 1C 1171 s 8r Til Neither vulnerable. South deals, NORTH A K .1 3 V A 107 S 4 0 K Q98 4- A WEST FAST A 954 2 4Q107 996 02 0 J 10 A 1: AQJH5 SOUTH A A86 K Q .1 .1 0 A 7 5 3 10 9 The bidding: South West North KaiU 1 C? Pass 3 0 I'ass 0 Pass 4 NT Pass 5 V 5 NT Pass 0 Pass G Pass Pass Pass Opening Itad: Tour of Attho the odds were ad- mittedly overwhelmingly in declarer's favor when the dummy was spread, his fail- ure on the deal must he charged to inferior technique rather than bad luck. The small slam in hoari.s reached wiih dispatch. When South opened the bid- ding with one heart, North's was worth 20 points in .support and he an immediate slam signal by making a jump shift to three