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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 tETHBPlDGE HERAID Wcdnrv.lo Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON Thursday, October 1- Your birthday loclay: Opens TAUKVS April 20-Miiy volume of cash going out year of personal discovery is higher, your receipts should 'nothing is quite what you thought, all is capable of evolvement to higher levels. Today's natives generally are fortunate in financial mat- ters, frequently make their work or political views into something like religion. AHIKS (March 191: Almost any change is for the best. Continue assembling that which has fallen npart lately. He sure. _ Today lx> same if not, see wlmt can (tone about it, CiKMINl Olay 2Uhme Some aclion.s puzzle you, may LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Blood bank tests for syphilis .ami) I donate of hand and exists in epidemic MAfTRESS SAIP 5HE J s J 8 7 10 2 SOUTH A I A3 I When the three ol hearts was led, West was obliged to discard the queen of dia- monds if he to retain his protection in both black suits. The steady flow of diamonds and spades from his left hand opponent, made it clear to declarer that West held a stopper in clubs. He therefore threw the three of clubs from dum- my inasmuch as the threat was no longer required. The jack of spades put West in with the ace, but since he was out of dia- monds, the forced return of a club put South back in to score the last four tricks with the ace, king, queen of clubs and the king of spades on which declarer disposed of his losing diamond. during and, after meals is as old as human history- Our var- ious ancestors chewed twigs and sticks, gummy rosins and a long list of other suitable i substances that happened to be handy. All our tasty treats are do- I nated by the plant world. The i long list includes sugars and I sweet syrups, chocolate and va- nilla, fragrant spices and minty herbs. Many of these tasty I touches are added to our mod- em chewing gums but the 1 plant world also contributes the main ingredient for the basic recipe. This durable gum is chicle, and its chewable qual- ities were discovered ages ago in Central America. Long be- i fore Columbus arrived, the pec- I pic tl'.ere extracted chewy chi- sorts of improvements w ere added lo the original chicle gum recipes. Nowadays, about a quarter of the basic recipe is CALLED VO' A NATIONAL. THASS BAP HASN'T IT? j -BUT IT HAIN'T -----N, B.OTTEW RALPHIEL'S MIKIE. ___________________ chewable chicle and about half! ARCHIE-By Bob Montana is sweet, pasty caramel. Other ingredients include additives to preserve Ihe recipe and selec- tions from a long list of tasty flavorings. The native Central American sapodilla tree is a large, hand- some evergreen. It now grows also in the West Indies and the Philippines. Its sap is a rub- bery latex, too thin to chew.; Gashes are made in the thick i brown trunk and liquid chicle 5 drains into canvas bags. It is i boiled until about a third al the moisture evaporates, leaving i a gummy dough that becomes _ chewing gum. YOU BRUTE.' YOU WEAN, YOU COME OUT OF THE Kl rCHEt-1 ...AND THAT PCOK., LITTLE, DEFENSELESS MISS BEftZLY is STANDING BY Tt OPEN WINDOW WITH TEARS f( IN HER eves.' cle glim from their native sap-' Questions bv cnnaten i odilla trees. j 0[ Herald readers should be Sconcr or later, the excellent] mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. qualities of chicle were bound! "ox '55. Huntinglon Beaca. lo be discovered by ether peo- 1 California 'J2IH3. pies. Its global tour began] (Copyright Chronicle about a century ago, when the 1'uhlishlng Co. dictator, Santa Anna.' visited New York, totirg some court A1OC1 13 COU1 I HI AND LOlS-By Dik of his native chicle gum in his baggage. It was a tasteless, j doughy gum, but the New York-1 ers who got a chance to sample it wanted more. One of these; was an inventor named Thomas Adams. It is reported that he preferred his own rubber chew- I ing gum. But he Ixjiled up some I of the new chicle and sold cheuv bits in his store. His HERE ARE SOME COOKISS FOR EMPTYiNS ThiE TOR CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Supreme Court appellate j division has increased a Cal- gary man's prison sentence for t heroin trafficking to 10 years' Q) St I D'DN'T KNO.V YOU f OOULO COOOES S-- TH1S EAsr customers liked- it. This was about 100 years ago, The three-judge court ruled m and even without a Crown appeal against the pen- gobs of chicle gum became very pcpu'ar- About ten years later, the Adams recipe was improved by John Colgan of St. Ixmis. John thought he could sell more chicle gum in his ally given Donald Dorsey, 35. He pleaded guilty in Supreme court in August to two counts of heroin trafficking. Crown counsel A. G. Park I argued the four-year term I SHORT RIBS-By frank O'Neal i sen more cnicie gum m uis argue drugstore if it tasted belter, wasn't consistent with other and he was right. He added sentences for the offence and some long-lasting bal- sam flavoring to the chicle, there calling were no circumstances for a lesser penalty. iiFE ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. -THESE -stX) ARE YOUR eves SEEM TO BE SFWNINS AROUNRARc VOU ALL RiSHT BUGS BUNNY 'P SETTER OH BACK ,1O THE COW GC. T HCLP BACK in Yt T PC. TC' Otp ur A cow W POCK AMP CAUGHT fRt.SH rtKSES GOT THCIR CONS AND STARTE RACK. fiY LLFT OIRECTIOM? Will! PEft THAT T." FIHO -J ;l r-r w :L --1 JiOLiffl O'YEBSELF, HAVJKIN PENCILS PER A LMN'I WHV POUT YA SET A RESLtLAR JOS7 It ;