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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 'HE uiHURinGE WEDNESDAY "Yonr tent lak-nts niancl pxpic.-sion lenge is tu fiml a proper application Us hod strengthened: 101 tacts IK-CORK; nr quicklv. AU1KS (Maich I'Ji: You fret about (it-tails clutter- ing your mind wlicn ymi tf> siicteh graiuloisc plans. I'ay (ll'I.MP.VI (.Ma> -I .lime Slirak lip' cflorl lo get iiitu the pu'iHc spnlliRht suc- cr'.'ds ]iiort: ciisily you ex- rcci (Jmn- 21 July 221: HOROSCOPE JEANE DIXON and i You Ri't little; for yourbelf until) SAGlTTAltll S lyou have first clone for others, mi: Thru' arc generously. taininc'in.-, I.r.O (July ovcnln tn.lay While you are busy pulling on j consiik'ialc a bold front you must keep in i vored mind Ihe financial underpin-1 version, nings. II is a good day Eor do cisive, firm action. VUU1O (Aug. r, Sept. 83 helpful where yon arc ask- ed, hut until this tomes lo yon, specialize in your host in- Andy sends ;i compk'lc volumc set of Iho to Mat- thew dianapolis, IruliLina question: W'hO (IJFQOVCITll tillT I 1 cholera? When licjr about drugs and miraculous mosliM-n cures for this and thai, we- tend lo think that medical science can cure whatever ails in .1 i jiffy. Bui wild) acck'ciils diseases renlly strike. WL- '.earn lo our sorrow ti'.al tile doc'nu' can do only so muci! lo as. The stern laws of nn'.uro still And tliey iiisist that the personal owner ti human Ixxly is responsible for doing evevytliing to protect it and keep it in healthy condition. In the case of cholera these same rules also apply to all communities and miliotis. Cholera is a life and dKith drama of pollution dial has scourged mankind through the ages. It can spread like wild- fire, claiming countless lives around the world jusl be- cause somewhere, some com- munity ignored the basic rules of decent sanitation. It would be nice to know that medical science had a sure vaccine to give everybody life-long im- munization, plus a quick and easy cure for stricken cholera viclims. Bui these perfecl solu- tions are still dreams. Cholera spreads faster than any other plague and major; epidemics dale back to BC. Countless dedicated psrs o n s tried, but nobody could do much about it until the 1S003. Help became possible when doctors saw that public health is re- lated to public sanitation and researchers of many nationalit- ies began studying The list of those who to ac- cumulate what we know nbout cholera goes on and in still waiting for lhat someone lo in vent the perfect solution. In 1849, Felix Poucet report- ed finding the enemy bacillus in the body wastes of cholera patients. In 1883, the comma- shaped Vibrio cholerca was laled and studied by Robert Koch, who also tracked rlown amthrax. Ihe cruel eallle kill-1 er. In Ihe 1900.3, several slrams of tile cholera vibrio were identified and many reseaicii- ers toiled to produce immuniz- ing vaccines. Others traced the course of Ihe disease arid sought suitable methods to (real i its victims. i Jaime Ferran in Spain Waldemar Haffkine in India i produced vaccine solutions con- taining bacteria. These protective treatments were improved by Adolf j eudome. Col. Edward Bright, G. A. Vedder, W. van Dam and other medical researchers. Nowadays, two innoculation.s can protect a person for a year and perhaps two years The best cholera clinics can iriK-.t: some ol the suffering and re cV'jcc the death loll of cholera victims. But our besl efforts fbrJ a losing baltle without lielp. arrival of an infected can contaminate a com- munity in a few days. All our pui'iiL- heallli rcsomco.s. plus iiKixiiiHuu medical ction must be mobilized to keep the sprtMi'iing within bounds. In addition, global health or- puniz aliens must keep a vigil- mil v.'atcli uii pest areas where cholera bacillis are known tn breed and spread Perhaps the cure, or. rather, the soUitions, will 'IK- fcmnd attiUu'o.s. Clmlcrii ii caused and ny shoddy v, hicii is i! purlieularly bad kind poLhition. And, like all typo.s of pollulion, it is a global ignores man- mEulu boundaries. rclenUessly contaminating the whole world. (iiieslinns nskci! by children of Herald reudtrs should bp inailetl la A s k Andy, P.O. Utix lliinthigUin Beach, California LAWRENCE E. LAMB, I. I UONPER IF JOHN DOE OR HAKO ROE WILL BE IN COURT.., I THAT PON'T HAVE JOHN OR RCKARP I'P LIKE TO STEAK) CARES LITTLE TO THE HEAD OFTHESaoot BOARD, PI.EAfE.. FOR A TUMBUWEFDS-By Tom K. Rynn terests. l.IHUA (Si'pl. Avoid hasle and cisions. Your own affairs are importanl enough for full time aclion. SCORPIO 23 Nov. Money you advance now is un- likely to come hack in same form, if ever. Give or endow, but don't tend. YOU [TIOcWY PON'T fiAVr A IV IN! YOU'RE NOT MUCH OF A SALESMAN! (UONDIE-By Chic Young human to have springwater deliv- her home. We h.eard about a .spring nearby and she asked us to bring tier water from there which we did. This started about a year ,Ur COOK THEM t THREE' OE CAUSE I WAVE TO LPAVEI BEETLE DAILEY-By Mort Walker GOREN nv CHARLES ii. GOUEN vulnerable. South niottier is 81 years old and the doctor thinks she has a kidney stone. My sister said that the doctor told her that the spring- water was no good. I know it is not filtered bnl a lot of our friends, as well as hushand and myself, have been drinking i it and have had no problem. My mother has terrible pains i doctor meant I rnit'ht not he pv ON BRIDGE on the WEiter. Flense Dr. Liimb. as 1 am lo know one or anolher. Tl-ey don't seem lo realize my moth- er is gel 11115 up find anollier she is a woman U not to IHT acl- vantiige. Drai- Ilratlor No Hie She LT 'ht Eoth deals. NOUTH A Q3J Q O Q im 3 Q J 10 S S WEST EAST A 7 A J 10 93 K o s 7 5 w A 2 OKJS4 7 6 4 3 K 9 I SOUTH rfi A K ti S 4 .1 to s 4 3 O AS A The bidding: Smith West North East 1 ft Pass 2 A Pass 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Seven of The sliresvd investment of n come back with in- terest in today's hand and enabled South, the declarer at four spades to salvage a seemingly lost cause. The bidding was routine nnd West opened the seven of hearts against the final contract. East played the ace and continued the suit. Declarer played the jack, West covered with the king nnc! dummy ruffed. A club was led to the ace and South returned the four of hearts which hs trumped wilh North's eight of spades. East overruffed with the nine .nnd chose to exit with Ihe three of spades. West followed with the seven and was in with the queen. The queen of ciubs was led, East covered with the kJpg and declarer ruffed, Aliho South was in position to pirk up the remaining Irmnp with the ace-king of spados, tho loss of a dia- mond trink as well as a heart appeared inescapable. it occurred lo him, by deliberately KurrcT.rfenHtf a trump trick to Kast. he might reap a substantial bcacfit provided that the latter held tho of diamonds. This was the position that had developed with all hands reduced to .seven cards: NORTH A Void Volt! 0 Q 1075 A J10S WEST EAST A Void ,J 10 V 9 S V Void C 9 6 0 K J 8 A 764 9 SOUTH A AK ft V J5 O A3 Void South cashed the ace of spades and then, deliberate- ly surrendering o trick that he did not have lose, de- clarer exited with the six of spades to put East on lead with the jack as North dis- carded two diamonds. A club return was an obvious give up play since dummy had three tricks in that suit, so East exited with a dia- m o n d South played the deuce from his hand and won the trick with dummy's ten. A heart was discarded on the jack of clubs and de- clarer's harttJ was high. Observe that South re- gained his lost trick immedi- ately because East was end- played and the latter'5 dia- mond return created an en- try to dummy that provided declarer with the discard re- juired to avert defeat. East could have averted the fatal end position by sav- ing the three of spades. Ob- serve that after overruffing dummy's eight of spades with the nine, if he exits the jack, he is in posi- tion to subsequently drop the ten under declarer's ace and Itien underplay six with the three. Left in his own hand, declarer eventually surrender a heart end a diamond. lie Tn i that il harmki! bru'trn problem vitli ss i is 110; iii'.tier c sioii, f'tsr water cirink. it nivst bacterial i chenncal cojiu-n supplies, thci'o i icus chemiciiLs incUidcd in water to il niirificri ID protect our Although spring w.ri Iw nu'jh! i contain a small amount of min- prals. depeitdinK urjon i' i.s obtainrd. it i-: must cii-ikciy j that it would a kulivjy j stone, if your iiiothcr I has one. i think you IJP I quite cerl.'iin thnt tlu.1 >-ou hnvo given JKSS nni cau.scti (lii.s t.or I il caused her is i no cvidt'stcc; ihist j or of any sort that is uot- able to (it-ink at all ar- tlnitis of ariv or stones. This is not an nient for 1 don't think rtnycre In1 Urinkinq water unk-si they jii- sure it is cr'T.i rolled puiilic health rormlalion.s. U'L ABNER-By Ay Capp NATCHERLV. BUT HE OOH'T KNKJW'BOUT MO5E HB HAINT Bab Montana UFE ON THE J-LAZY-S-Gy T. H. Wrtf HUNTING GfT f.UOUU HAS S1AR1ED HORSE S Wf Slf PASTURE fltXT TO m BAKU. tlie The i livcli'Eition IctKfs nnrl pniisihle mat ion. This, n? over si mill i fu- thorc are many ney stones, D intoxication, i t feelions and hoivjs witii in'- o' calciiiin in filtered hv The rlk-l, rtr! main of r j is partic.-n'arly in si one1 EKV DESSERT TO THr PRINCIPAL AMD THE: sal COL BOARD AND IOIS-BI Dili Browns SHORT Frank O'Neol e n 80T IT 8fT.TEK TO Ef r TWtrS OlflTE V A W11M THE 1 .WWKETIN trs f CUBRENT I CONDITION. BUGS BUf4NY MWS' Miint rrf. fL >X Tiii KINP II Yl 4Mife oMlMM BEWARE OF NOSY WHO TUV TO FIN o OUT HOW MUCH YOU W6IGH1 >J ;