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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE HIRMD OtloW ?o, Py DIXON ritUMY, OCT. -T Vniir liirlliitov loiljiv: Kar- I'llorl brills hij'Jily pro- due-live result: casual ry nf. Stilt. Ws -ii-r'. 'il Inin us the thsl L. A TB li niw ronvaltscing af hnn-' jllowlna a lerqlhy ar- soorv back lo play i lo Gel wrll ir-n) E. Conaral" Icfnrs r.nd C. Si'deikat and bfide on their rscen .narrlage. 7h-! Thursday Nlqh! D.B.C. v.ill hoi thcvr meefinq and election c and f sends n eoninlclc 20- votumc set cl tlic Merit liln- dcrls to Kyle Yeedi, 12. cl OuiuUi, (or hci1 ti'icclion: Hew do hawks and falcons fer 'ihc so-called sparrow liawk oE Keith America is really a laicon one] tlic genuine pere- grine falcon is called a duel; :iawk. Obviously cannot dJs- JnguLsh the liavks and lalcons by their common names. They are, ol course, very similar birris of prey. But there are dis- tict rUllcicnccs. to mer- it classifying the two groups in separate families. In flight, you can recognize their dittcrcnt silhouettes against the sky. Tlic hawks have rounded wings and the wings ot the falcons are slen tier and pointed. 'Ihe hawks have short, rather stubby tails IValcon tails are lonner and tapered to a bhmt tip. Uoth arc expert aeriaiists. but the lalcoi oup holds Ihe champion ecd record of the bird world It you care to risk a close lamination, you would Uni defences in (heir tierce hook d beaks, 'lliere is nothing sur about tJic hav.k's bil 11 on {either side ol a falcon's >per bill, there is a detinitc otch, which makes it easier o hold onto his struggling vie- mes. These notches are called alcon teeth, though the last inl with genuine teeth became xtinct millions ol years !o hawk lias these special lotches in liis upper bill. Both roups each thteir prey in Jght, thoucb hawks usually rffi- ccnrl to kill their victims on he ground, the lalcon kills his rev alott. The two groups have differ- nt ideas about child care, .lost hawks build nests of and small branches and line chjmpV-'nship er.d Irophy follow GOKEN OK BRIDGE CHARLES M. CO REN 'Botli vulnerable, Korth t'rals, KORTn A Jios VAKfilD O3S3 TOST AK32 VJ512 o id t SfftTTlI A A EAST AOS78I3 Woiil o .1 8 Pasi C- A K Q s The bidding: fs'orllj East Sand) SPass Pass 1 s V 3Pasa i O Tan 1'ass Pass Opening lead: Jack of A Failure to anticipate Die consequences oi adverse fiistritration at Cie while there is still time to plan appropriate counter- leads lo an Unnecessary setback on tr.c deal as South, tho declarer at four hearts in today's liand, discovered to his sor- row when it "was time to ic- Cord the result. North passed as iJealer frnd when his partner opened Sn Ihipi position with one heart, he jumped to three (hearts since his hani was worth 32 points. This call Is rot forcing but urges openet to proceed! on the slightest eiJcuse. Inasmuch as South held Bound values, he bid tour hearts. West opened the jacl: oE Clubs which held tho first trick "When dummy followed H'ith the three and East sig- nalled encouragingly with Ihe six. V.'est continued1 uitb the ten again tiacfced and a third roun.] n[ the Buit war. van hy. East's) ece. With the defensive book in, East cxitetl with a dia- mond oa South played the ace. A small heart was led to the queen, r-n Kast chawed out discarding a spsde. A spade lo )hint moie oilcn on the bare However, both falcons and hawks are devoted parents, shring the duties ol Icerling, M'otecling and educct'ng their voungsters tru-ough a rather long period ot infancy. As very similar birds of prey, the hav.'ks and falcons are clas- sified in the order 1'alconi- formes. The 60 or so species of true falcons belong in the family. 'Ihc hnwks belong in the family Accipitri- dae, a group ot about 200 spec- ies inriuciing the kilec and certain vultures ol the Dli World. t Our handsome godinv.hs. marsh hawks and rcrt-la.lcc hawks are known from coast tc coast anri usually measure 21: or more inches in length. Our cighl-inch sparow hawk is nc- tually our smallest falcon. Uur ilack anri white speckled gyr- falcons arc about 22 inches long. The magnificent pere- grine, alias the duck hawk, i; somewhat smaller. He has been recorded in power cf 17C miles per hour, which mailer him the snccd champion ol the bird world. IJiieslKins nsneo n? cTiWnrn ol Herald render." should mailed lo Ask Anrty, Unx 755, Hunllnglon Beach Cnlifornia BM48. (Copyright Chronicle 1'llblisliinR Co. MOLC-EVg, MOTlce THAT EVERY TIME YOU COME I'O TOWN YOU HAVE ONE OR TWO INPIAN ARROWS !M YOUR PACK! BLONDIE-By CWe Young BEETLE BAllEY-By Walker LAWRENCE: E. LAMB, M. D. Psychiatrists have a medical degree YOU SETTLE DOWN, IMSETTW so AWCI4 CSEP BEEATMlNS- OH, ISJNS UP All TUB LIT ABNER-By Ay Capp Dear Dr. Lamb I have al- ways thought Ihe difference between a psychologist and a nsvchiEitrir.t was the latter hav- ing a medical degree. Why, if people have problems, do they not generally see a psychologist rather than a psychiatrist? Dear Rea.ler A psychia- ir a who hrs comn'ctcd college, medical school, and usually an intern- ship befnu his specially train- ng in psychiatry. This means ie should be able to practice 'cnrra! medirir.e if he chose to do so as is tiie case with other specialists. His psychia- tric training may t'-en go into further spec'altzation including analytical psychiatry or child psvchiatry as two examples. Psycho'egists usually have a Ph.D., rnraning they have gra- duated from college ard then taken giadnrie train- ing in their field, but rme nil atlended medical school, 'this mear.s they could nrt practice "enera! medirine. They might know a great deal about Ihc n-vc'-cdvpamics of an individ ual, but they would not ox- to kno'.v thn details o] di'rr''vc disorders nor '.vnulrl they be licenser! to treat ai a pep'.ie ulcer or hena'''is, 'J'.rre arc sjvnal types of psychr.logistr Some are imental psychr lopists who somclimcs deal wii quite removed fron the practic. of med'cino. ucrk in cr-'iipinttion v.ith adminiflc. ing com nkx psycholor'cal Icrts orovidi-ig conn for people da problems. Some 'Imes physicians rrlcr parent to psychninglstr. for pdrliEiono help when that is Ihe mai problem involved. r'sychclntn'sts never becom analysis in the sense lhat psychiatrist may, since psvcho analysis the main thrur of their or the appl cation of their s'dlls. In gen eral I think it a mistake a'lnnt an attitude of cither psy iiatrist or psychologist. Boll- f these disciplines perform r ;ry useful function. Psycho- igists are particularly useful ir cliool situations finclnding the sychology of learning) and or- structures where uman behavior facinrs are im- portant, even though the in- ividuals invoked may not be Isturhcd or having any p5y- hiatric illness. On the other and a person schizophren- c psychosis for example needs reafment with a full comple- nent of services usually includ- ng the administration of merti- 'nes which cannot be pre crihed by a physician. In my cxpericiico, psyrhiatrisls ard isyrho'ocists work well logclli- in a team effort. Dear Dr. Can skin cancer be cured? I've got o :ore that heal and im v.-orried to death. If it can ic cured. I '.vduld like to know low. Dear rteader Skin cancers, f de'ecterl snd trcateci early, can he cured completely. De- nerdi g on their nature, they can b? cut ont removing Ihe entire cancer vath a small iK-Jsion for small cancers (the car is usually inconspicuous thereafter) or more superf'-ial chemical that burn or the canr r cells or the sui'are cl the skin. I.ONESOMEVOXU.V, IS LONESOME BECUZ HELiKESir. HE; DON'T LIKE TALK -IF HEGITS CAUGHT IN TH1 UP HE'LL MEVEP, GIT NOTHIIO'DUT ARCHIE-By Bob Montana IT'S SETTING QUITE. LARGE.' IS IT A SWEATER FOR. THE PRINCIPAL? 'OH, IT'S ATOP. FOR MY CAP..' IDLE MY SOODMESSMHANDS EVERY SPARE J ARE MOMEMT YOU A SATAN'S HAVE. YOU'RE. TOOLS.1 HI AND LOlS-Bl Dik Browns Sc-l-s record for smoking MOSCOW (AP) 'Ihe Iiu- mnr prnc l.ifetaj-y ti2- retle announced yesterday tiiat P. Slniranrv, an enfii- nccr, has set a record by giv- ing up smoking 57 times in ore year. previous record of 50 times re'.I by American writer Mark the pa- per said. E KIDS ARE IN BED THE DISHES THE PHONE HAS STOPPED SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol LIFE ON THE MAZY-5-By T. H. Edwareh ANO CHASlHCSlPA'iS BAClt' V A. IOCK A JO3 AS THE FOK OOKiE ASP HEAPED'EM FDR BUGS BUNNY THAT'S ALL PER T'PAY, PETUNIA; DOVOUMINPIP I SEE HOW MV PORTRAIT IS COMING- ;