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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 HERAID Novi-r-fcpr 23, 197' Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon atti P> hi U I fir t I 11 M rri hi n 1 (May 21 Juno :ni: 1 .However "ycu'vc juggled f pressures up t" d you still have a while lousier I rne- co. Today an extra joket is challenge. I II i ONCKIl l.Iimc 21 July It: First impressions are nearly v; valid hut you need lin'.c e, enervation and to iudsc r fie! the 'Pvel nt which newcomers E. LAMB, M. D. I.EO (.Inly 23 AllB. j Ixmg range plans settle and i find endorsement. Rearrange financial details. And lo sav- ings where you can. VIIM50 (Aug. 23 Sept. A waiting game, if you must endure that sort of thing, makes for n better transaction and yields a better vantage point. i l.IISRA (Sept. 23 Oot. Lean returns on investment of time and money are about av- erage for today, should not panic you into extreme cnrrcc-! live efforts. j SCORPIO (Oft. 23 Nov. What seems trivial to you must nonetheless be dealt with effec- j lively. Leave yourself free, for fun. SAGlTTAnlVS (Nov. 211: piveliie (jilts vim m.'iy hnve in useful form v.ill work icday to guide if you will only listen. CM'IUCOHN (Dec. 22 Jan. Older experts can advise you Incorporating t-lieir experience with your creative thinking can yield extraordin- ary results. '.Ian. 20 Feb. is'i: Ver, likely yen are bc- Your depth somehow to- See til.1'1 ,vou have Rood join forces. Much cnr.d arises thereby. I'ISCKS (I'd'. .March You nny have lo compete in all deadly seriousness with un- campolition. Original turn I he issues. HII7I: l'o Tin' I'liicagn Tribune) iccighl poons (not rounded) of sugar; clay for three years can ac- count' for over of fat accumulation. ,bipt decreasing the level of physical activity amount o. 1 1- r 1- ahl re- er.1 day lust or doing that little amount of problem is knowing which foods limit in quantity. There arc What sludging is Andy sends a complete 20- volunie set of the World Book Encyifopcdia to Elizabeth, age 9, of Wcstport, Connecticut, for her ques- tion: What is sludging? Sludge sounds like .something slushy and muddy. And so it is. Melting snows turn to slushy sludge. Rivers dump fertilize their fields. Every day, a King sludge Ir-in leaves Chi- carrying thousands of tons out to the farrn- l.r.cK This sludge is a soggy mixture of garbage. Farm experts say that the kind cf sludge is made udd'v sludge along their banks from human wastes. ago Th7otber and floods dump oozy sludge j we learned that this dirty stuff on the land. The earth uses is unsafe to leave around be- soggy sludges to help the. soil it spreads diseases. So it. if II to be caused b> an ulemituiblc change in the glandular con- trol "of body metabolism. In most cases it is likely related to decreased metabolism asso- rted with decreased levels of physical activity. Some women get bored about this lime, too, particularly ii i'.ie children are cone, nr.d'eat more they realize out boredom. People often scoff about effects activity. il-.e; using lots of vegetables. And they have found some i fruit and lean meat, poultry' or better sludges to do the job. I fi-h can be tolerated by most people and. if used consistent- Mother Nature has no gar- ''f'.iv. will produce results. _ "J1 Female hormones are help- tion problems. Thus is becau I'll m s.nne women, perhaps be- the waste matenals f r o to'Plants issage of e'ed and I he m c ae u on'l fio much to help you lose i! I think all women have this problem should o '-.vo thugs first, list ev- they eat for a hen eliminate some regular like sugar in eoffcc. Sec- mi. a 15- to ex- period to their daily rou- decreased physical tine and do it regularly every not "realizing tliat ii day. At the end of the year, if little de- they are patient, they will he- activity or a gin" to see some results in tin- in calories doing what has been accnm- a lot pushed by slipping just a little level tea- every day for several years. frr.smeris. Special added and the mixture is spra'.cd with fountains. These bacteria devour the bage problems and no pollu- dirty wastes and change them because inio very different material, m Ti'is may be used for sludging Is are rcmnd- Koine sewage plants do a bet These wastes lor job than ethers. Tnose feel good but. mix with water and powdery do. n poor job only pr.rtlv pur rock to make soil. And the soil if'.' the dirty waste and then is the earth's stomach It di-: it into streams and nv Bests all the waste materials ers. Those that do a good job it cpn get and changes them create sparkling clean wai into' the chemicals that plants; and perfectly safe sludge. Mod need to grow The plants feed era frrmers use the sogsy slusl tK> animals and the people, j for sludging their fields. This all living things make fertilizer gives the soil as much waste materials to 20 plant food as it can get from bw-k into the hungry soil. stable This round about is called Nowadays, we are This sort of sludging began recycle" our human when people got worried about wastes and garbage. And slud is one of the ways to do lution Neither vulnerable. deals. NORTH A AJ AST'S 082 J 3 6 5 3 iVEST A K 10 6 C Q 5 4 0 J 10 5 EAST C 6 0 A Q 1 1 North 4 5> East Pass GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN jxment's reaction. East v.'..3 ic HI: tr n; CMCIIJ 'j 4 aware that if he ruffed in, it might serve to reveal the trump situation to the de- clarer, EO he chose to take a discard. In an attempt to dis- guise his distribution, ha duffed (he eight of spades. The nine of clubs was contin- ued and East threw the nine of spades as South disposed of, his remaining queen. A diamond was led to the king and a third round was ruffed in dummy as East false carded once more by following first with the seven and then the queen of dia- monds. South did not hava much to go on. East's spots mads it appear that he was not overly long in either dia- monds or spades. While it was true that the latter might be false carding, de- clarer had little to go on to belie the evidence before his eyes. He finally chose to play the aee of hearts from dum- my. When he continued the suit, however, it was East who showed out and West be- came assured of scoring the setting trick with the queen of hearts. Observe that if East ruffs one of the high clubs, South can now overruf? and by laying down the king of hearts from his hand, he exposes the situation in that suit when East shows out. West's queen of hearts becomes subject to a finesse and South loses only one dia- mond and two clubs on the deal. At the other table, tho Americans were content to stop at three hearts with the North-South cards and they made nine tricks to score 140 points on the deal [90 for the triek score am! 50 bonus for a part The 50 point set scored by their counter- parts, swelled the profit on Ihe deal to 190 points. Had the French made four hearts, their profit, would have been 420 point.1! [120 plus .100 for a nonvulnerablo I'amel and the net deficit to the United would havo been 280 points. problems. Sludgin, it'" solves all these problems to- I to make slushy sludges from gether, just as nature solved all sorts of plant and them. It does away with smo- animal material. Modern farm- key incinerators that add smog ers spread them on their fields to the air. It recycles all sort; to teed the soil This is stale- of waste matenals so that the ing hungry soil can change them j In the fall, the ground is lit- into clean, safe chemicals to' tercd with old leaves. Some nourish the plants, cities burn them in incinera- Questions assets by cflndicn tors with other garbage. This of Herald readers should be adds smokey pollution to the an-. Some cities have a better idea. Portland. Oregon, mixes its fallen leaves with moisture i 2nd farmers use this sludge to SOUTH fc Q75 K J 10 8 0 KSC 4K7 The bidding: South West 1 V Pass Pt.M Pass Opening lead: Jack o! Astute discarding by East prevented France from scor- ing a sizable swing against the United States when today's hand was dealt during the International Team Cham- pionship held in Taiwan ear- lier this year. In the event, the United States turned back the French to retain the Ber- muda symbol of the which they captured in Stockholm in 1971 for the first time since 1954. The bidding presented in the diagram occurred at the table flhere France held the Korth-South cards. The jack of diamonds was led by West and tho American player, seated East, put up tie ace end shifted to the ten of clubs. West proceeded to nop up two tricks in that su.t to complete the defen- sive book and then esitcd a spade. Inasmuch as North's clubs were now es- tablished (the A-K-Q-10, had all been accounted there was r.o necessity for taking the spade finesse and declar- er put up the ace from dum- my. The sole problem on the deal was to pick up the queen of trumps. Inasmuch as -East appeared to he the player short in clubs, South led the jack of that suit from dum- my as bait to gauge his op- ciarette ad ban demanded OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- 1 "There must be a total ban on Monday of seeking to forestall million-a-year tobacco advcrtis- essentinl health legislation by n ing budget would be diverted to j voluntary ban on cigarette ad- other forms of advertising and vertisinL'. promotion. I Dr. V. L. Matthews. That means Canadians would jlion president, says in a letter ''continue to be unduly exposed to Health Minister John Munro lo false, misleading and danger- thai the ban, which takes effect otis advertising of a product .Jan. 1 in broadcasting, and a -.vhich has been unmistakably package warning are "far from Hcmiificd by health authorities as contributing to disease, dis- .ibjlilv and death of consum- Grit advisors favor conlrols ion i OTTAWA M'P) The I.ils party's consultative counni. organization which L'ives ad' i to the party's eM live, has voted tv.'O to or. uould ban all forms of cignrelte rent were in favor of full price advertising, regulate tar and ni- and income controls. eoline content of cigarettes and The government is not require a health hazard warning by decisions taken by the parly on package and eonnler dis- organization, 1 plays. pro- no IM WKW, 'MIR CALL PIP UP AMP PD NOT DIAL AOAIN! AW8E SJMEPAV IF WE 6ET MAKRlEP, I'LL CALL WU LIKi; ASWT W...WOULD LIKE 1HAT tUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN MY MOTHER. I'VE ALWAYS CALLEP HER MUMMY" BLONDIE-By Chic Young WHY WOULD ANYBODY E'JYA SCRAW1-JY.SMNMY TURKEY LIKE BAILEY-By Mort Wolker I WONDER FAR WITH IT? LI 1 ABNER-By Al Capp 1 DIDVOL1 EVER. PPONOUWCF3 YO' PRINCESSES I POLAR BEAR AND ,_-< SAD TO THE HUSBIMS.r WALRUS? Ol-vNO.'.'-l J.'.iP.RVIWK VULQARILLA- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana IF I PUSH HARD ENOUGH. ..SOMETHING SHOULD GIVE HOW MANY NONE HAVE YOU BUT A DONE? XJOURNEYO A THOUSANC WILES START: WITH THE FIRST STEP HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne I'M BUSY, COME INSIDE IF YOU WANT TO SEE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal I'LL BE F1NISHEP INSTALLIN' YEC PHOWE IN A MINUTE, PETUNIA. their garbage, sewage a-id pol- mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Hunlington Beaca. California 92643. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) WAIIMNG Dr. Matthews says it would be to have no warning on figarrUc pafkagf-'s one Hint "pxc-cssivn -ninking mav lx- to ;.our health.'' 'Tiii.s ,statpmf'nt than M.rf-xsing the dangor of the proflucl in all eircumstnncpfi, implies it may be u.'-p.d infjdonitrly or reasonably wth- oiit risk. T h e industry's "voluntary proposal to r-caso advertising on r.'i'lin and and to print, a cautionary notice on cigarcllo pickagps inii'-.t firM. mid foremost as fin at- I'-mpt. 10 circumvent essential ;