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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Autjusl 5, 1971 Eiy Jeane Dixon KIIII1AY. Vonr liirlhda; CAMT.Il (.limr 21 July In AOI'AISIL'S (Jan. 20 Frb. PISCES (Feu. 19 March Career advancement progresses Do ivlmt is expedient hero Be H'.TT of spoiling oul details in wilh Claris I noir Id create n clrsrer ami I of private experience while ac- rccognition. Make of what comes coming U'.J "los hand I .no (Jni.v AUS. Keep- oinc with paliencc ami (klu mination. Answer critics kind without diverting vour main ef [orls inlo a debate or'lo. VIIMiO (Aug. 21! Scpl. A lime of strong reclines intln cnoos yun lo say things yon them are not prepared lo sustain action later, particularly in j Limental matters. more persona] involvement in vulir local environment. The templiilion llns UMT i Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: King of careless discard by East .esenled South with a chance to overcome the ad- verse distributional h r e a fc that confronted his five heart and the latter promptly capitalized on his opportunity. West opened the bidding preemptively with three spades and North" made a takeout double, holding 17 high cord points. East passed and South hid four hearts, When this Rot hack lo East, the latter decided to sacri- fice at lour spades. Despite the fact that he held five hcnrls, he was unnhle to sec NIKrc his side could lake four tricks on the deal, inasmuch ss Jiis partner had advertised a weak hand defensively. South was reluctant to settle lor what might he a small profit [four spades can tic dnfcnlcd only one trlckl, and he shrnvcd a second suit by bidding live clubs. North returned to five hearts, clos- ing the auction. West opened the king ol spades uhich East overtook with the ace in order to continue the jack, declarer I ruffing in with the three of I hearts. A small heart was ted I to the jack, but West admin, isi.ered a severe jolt to his opponent when he failed to. j answer the a j small spade. Since East had more tramps than South did, the latter turned his atten- tions lo the side suits. Tne ace of clubs waa cashed followed by a small club to the king on whichi East played the queen. The top three diamonds were played, West discarding a spade on the third round. There appeared to he no point in ruffing a diamond inas- much as dummy waa now the longer hand in trumps, since South had trumped the sec- ond spade. Declarer exiled with a cluh and West went in with tha jack on which East chose to discard the ten of diamonds. The forced r e I u r n was a spade on which Norlh dis- carded his remaining club. Easl ruffed with the five of hearts, .South ovcrruffed with Ihe nine, cashed Uic king and look the last Iwo iricks with dummy's ace and queen of trumps. East erred in discarding on tho jack of clubs. If he trumps his partner's trick and exits with the ten of diamonds, dummy is forced lo ruff with Ihe deuce of hearts. East is left with three trumps while both Norlh and South have Iwo hearts and one club. Easl is nssurrd of taking anolher tnnnp trick lo defeat the contract. of emergency. A jrerson would be able to I Film lion proposed changes in Quebec civil law, doclors w'ill be able to remove organs in cases of; cede organs for medical pur- emergency without seeking per- poses and stipulate the way his mission from the patient or rcl- body should bo disposed of at atives. death. ft was learned Wednesday: Under existing legislation, [hat the office for revision of i permission for use of organs Hie civil code lias proposed five j must be given by relatives who changes which the public and I could decide contrary to Ihe interested groups will be able lo wishes of the patient involved, discuss after the office presents Under the changes, a patient its report to th? govern- could give written consent for mcnt. us? of his body and could re The changes arc aimed at voke it later if he wished, making Ir.-nsplanls leaally eas- A doctor would not te able to ier and retain the principle of end.ii.ger the life of a patient lo (he human bnrlv's inviolability.. save amlher person or to prove A doctor would not be able to a theory. The new laws would prohibit commercial transactions i n hum.T. organs but would not ex- ciude indemnity or recompense lo Ibc donor. If a deceased has given no directions about disposal of his body, relatives, uidi'ding com- mon-law spouses, are lo decide could submit cases of dis- NAIROB1 (Iteulcr) One ol the provincial court. l.hf lions used in Ibc movie Bern Free has been killed atlcr il mauled a man lo dcn.'h. Adamson. husband ol Joy Adamson who wrote llf book Horn Free, shot the lion named Boy after it mauled his servant, known only as Stan- ley. Adamson nl Die inridcnl in a report to Ihe Kenya game department. S'lanlcy was by the him nflcr disregmding a warn- ing nol to walk alone oulsido a v. ire compound adjoininc; Ad- ainsou'.s camp in an uninhabit- ed ;irea, [ho report said. Adamson hiis for vcars been in a man WHAT KIND OF FRIENDS YOU 60T HERE, CHUCK? UEPlDNT CONE CLEAR ARfliM? THELAKETOBEIHMJLTEPlI'M PISAPPOIMTEP IN YOU, ARE UK 60IN6 ISACk'TOTHE 61RL? CAIAf, 51R? TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN WILL YOU GRANT ME A LEAVE OF 1 CT.AY UNDERTAKES. TO GO to ALMA MATER, SEPULCHERTECH, OFFERIN CRASH REFRESHER COURSES IN'SPAPE WIEUP5RYANP SUBTERRANEAN I THINK FTP HELP ME! IS THAT AW ACCREPITEP COLLEGE? HECK NO! ASH ON THE PARREL- HEAP! ----------II IH-'l'i -tftifo BLONDIE-By Chic Young UP f E57 HEMUSTVE PUTONSOMt ID 3E ABLE TO DO THAT i j fc -5 4J.c yrici