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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 TIE IFTHBBIDC.t HERAtD Thursday, November 18, 1971 nn.. NOV. to liirtluhv tncliij: Tile main now rr-vnlvi' around jmir [iliihwiphy of hto and tlv liitli1 .Lilly as to how you v, ill diiTt't >our dUTl srowtll. enio- tonally and spiriliiiilly. Tii- 'natives ofti'll tako tin lio.ivior public ii'sponsiliility than is AHIKS i.MaiTli ;t April An start is par for the course, Wilh palicnco thf situ- ation si'l'.le.s to a progressive normal by noon Go strongly. to seek better relations, while the Roini; is pind. SC'OHI'IO Ill Nov. lift May zni: There is no substitute for car- Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon into account the needs of young mechanisms. Special .idjml- Tliere's iwvs nnd nients for getting through cheer but quit while you're pr )uivp wliii h gen- Today's aiToinplbhmcnt.s take mure than routine miLscles. You have to keep up and keep in step wilh several, perhaps many others. l.llillA 33 Oft. 221: nisillusionmcni ran be helpful in that something unbound is ending. Pick up your own heal- !hy self-interests and proceed PISCES (Feb. 19 March I'jmutirmal factors enter into any vocational or business [lc.ilir.Rs and may. aflcr all. be 1 as valid as losic'for testing the T.U'WS Sre that people travelling or relocating are not abandoned in your tlwniyhts. Neucomrrs are able to shift for themselves GKMIM I May 21 June rying your own responsibility. On what you're supposed to wilhout needless comment. SAGlTTAnlL'S (Nov. 22-Dpc. aggressively The more Expand your scene of action JOH move, the more resistance today, take on laraer responsi- provoke. The soft sell is the but no bragging or ex- only practical approach to any- thing. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. (50 I ectv-HT .INU5 A NEW BLANKET... I THOU6HTI WAS THINS.. 7 NOT SUSE HOU I CAN THIS, CHARLIE BWN.WT LET AlEflW THIS... IN ALL AWKIND'5 HISTORY, THERE HAS NEVER PEEN A1CKE DAMA6E CONE THAN W PEOPLE WHO "THOUSHT THtf WERE DOIN6THE RI6HTTHINS" rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN Andy sends a complete 20- volume sot of the World Book Encyclopedia to Timothy Mi'- Irvin, age 1, of Huntsville, Alabama, for his spin around the through the middle. Why does the sun risr later in i lo show how tile axis leans for winter? 1 ward as the earth goes around All through Uie long summer j its orbit. This gives the Norm days, the sun rose early and Pole a chance to bow to the went to ted later. When school starts hi the fall, we notice sun, then the South Pole. In the fall, our sun rises later each Grant all the benefit of I that the lazy old sun conies up day because the South Pole PALT- IN XSl r. in LAY AN UNAfJTHORIZEP ONE ON YOU. BLONDIE-By Chit Young making its tbing goes splendidly except for fences some one nagging little open tirisni tends to bounce more question. Do the best you can i than it usually does. Concede and proceed. others the right to be in error. I.KO i.lub Winding up AQl'ARIUS i.Ian. 211 Fell. 1SI: Short cuts provide prob- lems sort This makes our u inter days shorter. Until around Christ- inas time, they get shorter and shorter and shorter. Then each moming and evening grows shorter. bow. We see less, and our days get Rube Goldberg I tiny bit longer until the long- --------------------I er days of summer come around again. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. From Christmas time June, the sun rises until You're not useless if YOU have asthma earlier each morning. Through i this half of the year, it also goes to bed a little later each evening. Then it changes its plans. From late June until the end of December, each day it rises later and H.'ts earlier. From day to day, the dif- ference is small thai we hardly notice it. Today. t.he sun rose just a feuf moments; later than yesterday. E a c n morning lags faillier behind. After a month or so, we won- Bear Dr. l.amli Would you, event to new heights in their be so kind and me if a career. Lyndon Johnson is a doctor take? a blood test xvould i calssical example. After his it show up asthma or not' I heart attack during his Senate am 48 years nld. sinric and 1 days he became vice president j Alter a month or so. we won- worked 'at this one-and-a-! and president. President Eiscn- flor wllot happened to the ISTV (1.js half weeks They fired me Nv Ixnvcr was another example. sun- f' cause they tuld me 1 had asth-'---------------------------------- ;ioim j ma. It is a mild form. I can work 12 r.r 14 hours a day. 1 use very little medicine as I hate to take pills. I never lose time from work. Please let! rlrjve but me know. I epilepsv. Dear Readrr It takes more There is a great unspoken am than a blood les! to diagnose; bivalcnce in our society about asthma. Usually. the patient's; sickness. While there is con- history is impomnt or "wheoz-1 cen] on one level Uiere is down- ing" sounds in tlw lungs may j hostility and discrimina- Andy sends a World Bonl; Al-las to Ncal Konynenhelt. of Nobleford, Alberta, for his qm'sliorr is the dental formula for cmvs? An animal's dental formula gives (he number of teeth he should have, their names and shows how they are arranged. As a rule, the dental formula is written in a sort of shorthand with numbers and straight lines. The numbers above the lines show groups of teeth on each side of the tipper jaiv. The numbers below the lines show those in the lower jaw. A cow has 32 teeth, but her dental formula is not at all like ours. She has eight incisors, or biting teeth, in front of her lower jaw. But the upper jaw matching incisors. In toothless space, the gums hard wad which helps its equator is a line around wide waist exactly halfway be- tween the t wo opposi tc polos. Our half of the globe is north of the equator. South of Hie equator, the days prow longer be heartl dunnc examination or ui cnsrs some changes in I observed by x-ray. Your problem brings up an interesting and neglected point. There is so much minorities and their job oppor- tunity and vi1 p.- i t'..i' c ;i about Uie "ritihl to work" for many people v, ith a vast num- ber of rneflicnl problems. All should have the right to achieve their maximum potential and make their maximum contribu- tion to our society There are hundreds of people becans. a heart attacl people go on (.ion on other levels. Having a sense of belonging and accomplishment is part of one's mental health. A job is more than just the money it generates. In a time when there are too many people who are content to do nothing to contribute to their society letter is refresh- ing. I would hope that you and other people who are barred while ours grow shorter. This happens earth's is tilted. Its the to chew her vegetable food. And she has 24 of these chom- pers. There are three molars on each side of the toothless space in front of her upper jaw. Farther back she has three super-molars on each side. The lower jaw has six match those in the is a line from pcle to pole, straight through the center of the globe. The earth spins; around its axis like a top. This I mailed to gives us day and night. Every j Boy. yg-i, Huntington Beaca, 24 hours our side of the world j California 92648. turns to face the sim then on around to face the starry night, j As it spins around its axis, our j dizzy old globe also circles its Questions asRefl liy cnnaion Of Herald readers should be (f'opyriglit Publishing Co. 1371) orbit aroujid the sun. Yon would expect it to march' around its orbit standing straight up on its axis. But it; from a ''right to work" because of unfortunate medical prob- lems will sometime soon be i g'vcn flw consideration have had deserve from our society, j noes not. vet manv nieans opportunity, not a j Its axis Is titled to lean for-, ward. During the yearly orbit, j the titled axis tips first one; poie. then the other pole to-1 GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [e BT ThB Chlcito Trlbtiil] East-West %nilnerable. East deals. NORTH A QMS 0 J873 Q J 10 7 WEST A S 6 5 C Vol.! 0 10 8 6 5 2 EAST A K j 7 5 9 i S 7 5 0 Void Lawyer told 4sit down be COULD YOU SPARE A POO2 OLD MAW i A DOLLAR FOH FOOD I m BE STUPIO TO SIVE A J DOLLAR TO A LAZV FREELOADER LIKE YOU SUT, SIR. ACTUALLY tM A MILLIONAIRE Tl AND I JUST DO THIS FOR A i HOSBY OM, WELL, THAT'S DlFFERENT-fc HERES A BUCK- J-JK" BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker f TUftt IN T MAVE A PATE WITM A CMICK IN! TAKIN0 1M A LITTLE FPESH AIR BEFORE YOU IN, LT. FLAP? IP THOSE ARS CIVILIAN V HOPE I I-I6VEP. SES IN MIS PAJAMAS Lit ABNER-By Al Capp ANY BACHELOR DRUG BACK OVERTH' FINISH LINE SOTTA MARRY TH'MERCILESS) MESS WHUT DRUG IRREGARDLESS.V AT TH1 FUST SHOT, SO BACHELORS RUN .'.'-ATTH'SECOND SHOT VO' MARRIAGE-CRAZEDfJSM.'JBEL! RUMS SCREECHIM'AN' APTER ADIS HAWKINS DAV DAWNS. GRIM AMD THKEATF.MIWG IU SLOBWMA, SAME AS ALLOVEP. THE WORLD ARCHIE-Ey Bob Montane fCP) The pre- SOUTH V A KQ 10 8 63 0 A K Q TTie bidding; East South West North 1 2 A 3 Fata 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Deuce of A A mental block induced by the desire to score an over- trick led to a loss on the deal for South, the declarer at lour hearts, when today's hand was played at a recent tournament. East opened Ihe bidding With one spade, and South Who had the equivalent of game in hand, indicated his intentions to rarlner by over- calling in the opponent's suit. West, who held a lit with partner, preempted by rais- ing to three spades despite his paucity of high card strength. This call was passed hack to South who hid four hearts. Altho the op- ponents had the ingredients for 8 good save, they usually chose to defend against South's game bid. A dismond opening by West would have led to n defeat for the dcclar- rr, inasmuch as East can ruff the first trick nnd then put his partner in with the -ice of duly: to trump anoth- er diamond. The king of spades scores thn fourth for UK defense. when the South Pole makes its deepest bow. As it tips back from the sun. the days south of the equator grow shorter and our days grow longer. So, after Christmas, our sun stops rising later and starts rising a little bit earlier each morning. U you have a model of the earth; you can make it 10-year-old fights No player seated West Was sufficiently inspired to un- cover the killing lead. In fact, at every table a spade was opened which was cov- ered by dummy's nine and East's jack which won the .trick. The spade continuation, was ruffed by South who then led (be king of bearts. When West showed out, dis- carding a spade, it became apparent that declarer would lose a heart trick unless he crossed, over to dummy to take a finesse against the jack of trumps. In rubber bridge, South might be expected to take his 10 tricks by cashing out bis trumps [six hearts and four diamonds] and give up on any attempt to net an ad- ditions! 30 points on the deal. In duplicate, however, the extra trick might prove to be J1 7 the difference between a rea- I Of ill C sonably good or very poor score on the deal since South's result will be com- pared against all the other player's who may be expect- ed to reach lour hearts, Only one player uncovered the method for trying to fcore an overtrick without jeopardizing his contract At trick three, he led the nine of clubs from his hand. If West put up the ace and returned a diamond for his partner to. ruff, It was the third and fi- nal trick for the defense, in- asmuch as the declarer can pick up the remaining trumps with the ace nnd queen of hearts. If East is permitted lo win the nine of clubs with thft king, he can force declarer again in spades. Now, when South crosses over to dum- my's jack of diamonds and East trumps in, he is unabla to get his partner in for an- other ruff. South can ruff ft club return and draw trump- one spade, one cluU tod the single diamond ruff, j ward the sun. After the North j liminary hearing of Vincent Pole makes a deep bow to the Meloche, 27. charged with the sim, the South Pole makes it-v shotgun slayings of three Du bow. the Pole Pont of Canr.tla Ltd. executives. bows we see more of the sun. opened Wednesday over the Our days are longer than our objections of defence lawyer Robert Lemieux. For us the sun rises latest i Sessions Court Judge Maurice around Christmas time. Tins is Rousseau listened to Mr. Lem- ieux's arguments, then told him to down and keep quiet'1 and to step using delaying tac- The bad asked for s SACRAMENTO, Calif. iAP'i "Our prayers are with reads one of the letters to 10- year-old Scotly Whitmire, fi.cht- ing for life against a rare dis- "ase doctors say has killed all previous victims'. At least inn letters have i brought money to make sure Won't bill QOVt. Scottv gets all the medical help TORONTO (CP) Metropoli- i Ian Toronto council voted 12 lo 7 The money is going into a Tuesday against billing the fcd- a local bank. government for the cost of postpone m e n t because lawyer Pierre Cloutier, who was to han- dle the preliminary hear ing, was sick. Mr. Lcmjcux said he could not act for Meloche he- cause he wr.s working on an- other case. Detective Sergeant Lucien C a r o n testified that he was called to Du downtown office following a triple shoot- ing Oct. 7. He said he later received a call from a man who said he would wait for police at a speci- fied intersection and was there as promised. The three victims were Gor- don L a n g 1 o i s, 42. Brian Mathews. fil, and John Craw- ley, 4fi. Melodic was fired fmm Tin Trail Uie flny before the shoot- ing'. THE COACH WANTS YOU TO AUTOGRAPH THIS FOOTBAtt LONE) PROBABLY FOR ONE' K OF MY J THE BALU 13 SNAPPED TO HOLD IT SO YOU SEE ON IT... HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns IT'S NOT ME I "THEt IN unu i SHEILA JACKSON MUST LIKE YOU. SHE WALKS HOTE FROM SCHOOL WfTH >OU EVERV DAY SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal trust fund at which reported the total as of j poiicp protection given Soviet Tuesday was wilh durinB his visit hero month. Metro Police (.'ornmi.ssion lias j estimated cost of tho prnteclion at I "quite a bit more coining in" with each mail. Tnjst.ee for the fund HIP -Sncrainento I.'nion newspajK-r, j which first, brought Srolty's ___________ plight to public attenlion a wrel; j ago. I.OTO Scott i.s smiling and cheerful! MONTRKAL (CD Not to j at Saennnento Medical (Vnlrr, I hn ouldone her luishaiid's despite the violent thnl j win in Quelx'c's weekly jerk hi.s Ixxly iincontrollnhly i last .lanuary, Pearl every few miniilc.s. Wolfn won this mould's He is suffering from j monthly Inter-Iroto draw. M: s. enrcpluililis-a dcgc-nenitive M, said the fiivt thing norve disease researclirrs be- j Hint (vimr lo her minrl Tiiroday lieve is linked with common j when she picked up tho money measles. was a Irip Barbados. BUGS BUNNY THIS IS THE UNIFORM I VJEP.K A3 THE NEW GWANP SACHEM OF THE WOYAL OKCEK OF CHIFAU1NKS! ;