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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE Friday, Aujult 18, 1972 THE tnHflBIDCE HERAID 27 By JEAN6 DIXON SivruiuiAY, in Your b 1 r I h d it y today: Huoyant, expensive moods trends color this fresh mul vigorous growth year. Kor Uie young, travel or re- location are among the pos- sible changes. Today's na- tives r.rc good talkers, able to develop ideas to practical levels. AIUKS (Marcli 21-Alirll Do what you planned lo do, wilh no lime wasted explain- ing to pimple who do ;lol un- derstand. You can yet tech- nical advice it you need It. TAURUS (April 20-May Jnvestmcnls yield results cording lo whnf you've pnt in and the valitiily ird of light and dark greys, accented with touches of white and a little pillow oi white eathers under each wing. Dur- ing the day, he practices his famous imitations including other bird songs, cat calls barking dogs and perhaps a squeaky gate. Now and then he sings a serious song, per- haps to remind himself that, after all, he is the most tal- ented singer in Ihe enlire bird world. sundown, be retires "with the other songbirds. But dur- YES, AW HER UNUSUAL CUSTOMS WHAT UEP m, ALAS, TO ENGAGEMENT YOUR FIANCEE WAS FROM TRANSYLVANIA? UNDERTAKER WM BLONDIE-By Chic Young I tj-; _y BEETII BAILEY-By Mort Walker GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CIIA11LES II. GORES' (t ItU: Kr GMUI9 Tllkuntl Both vulnerable. North deals. NOETII U V A7S 0 A 7 t A J 10 7 3 WEST AKQS87 VJS2 VQIO O Q1062 0385 6 SOUTH A A 10 Z V) K 8 i 4 0 KJ3 85 The bidding: North Eut Soulh West 1 Pan 1 Pass Past 2 NT Opening lead: King of A Wiicn South responded with one heart lo North's opening bid of one club, the latter was tempted to offer an immediate raise, but with only 13 high card points and three trumps; he dsddcd that he was too clost to a bare minimum. He was re- luclant lo say one no trump with a worthless doubleton in spades, so he chose lo rebid his club suit. When South bid lwt> no Inimp next, North took time out to show his three card trump support by bidding Ihree hearts. Once apprised of the suit fit, South carried on lo four hearls. West opened the king cf spades which was permitted to hold the first trick. Since Soulh's two no trump rebid apparently marked the latter with the ace of spades, there appeared to be no future in continuing the suit. Fearing that a diamond switch might surrender a trick, West shifted to the sbt of clubs. Declarer observed that he was olf three top spade, one- club, and at least one heart [even If that suit divided Altho a potential finessing posilion was available in diamonds, Jic preferred to save that as last resort since it might be possible lo establish dum- my's clubs for a discard. In order to oblnin the maxi- mum leverage from bis holding In the suit, he played the three of clubs from the North hand at trick two which gave Kast an opportu- nity lo win a cheap trick by pulling up the nine of clubs, on which South followed with the five. Altho East was in position to give his partner a club ruff, it appeared that little would, be gained in the proc- ess, since East lacked a reentry card to repeat the lead, Jle chose instead to make a play for West by shifting to the nine of dis- monds. South put up the king from his hand in order to prese'rva dummy's ace, which ho wished to save as an entry in developing the clubs A heart was ieo to the ace, and a small one returned to the king as both opponents followed. When the ten and queen appeared, Soulh al- lowed, the jack to remain outstanding while he went about his chores, A club was led next and since West could not gain by ruffing, ho discarded a spade. The aco of clubs was played from dummy and Ihe Jack was returned. East covered wilh Ihe queen of clubs and South ruffed with the four of hearts. West discarded a di- amond. The ace of spades was cashed, followed by a spado ruff with the seven of hearts. Tnc ten of clubs was put thru next, covered by king and trumped wilh the five as West discarded another spade. A diamond was led to the ace and the now established seven of clubs was led. East followed with Ihe lour and declarer was able lo dispose of tho Jack of diamonds. West fi- nally ruffed in with (he Jack of hearls, but when he re- turned Ihe n.ucen of dia- monds, Soulh scored Hie laF.t Irick wilh the eight of hearts. Obscrvo that if declarer puts in dummy's ten of clubs when West shifts at trick two, he cannot subsequently establish his long card in lhat suit. In order to obtain full effectiveness from his eight of clubs he must cither play the Ihrco from the Vorlh hand Initially or he ace of clubs followed" by a I mall one the neit round ing the nights, for reasons un- knovai, he often wakes up and sings some more. Perhaps lie mislakcs the rising moon for the dr.wn of a new day. Per- haps he wishes to display his great gift wnen be has a quiet stage all to himself- In any case, the mocker practices his grandest opera while the rest of the world tries lo sleep through the night. This is when get a chance to hear the loveliest music that Ihe bird world can give us. People of the Old World may claim thai the nightingale is the greatest. But old Andy, who heard both these superslars, insists that our mocker is the champion. Just listen lo those true, sweet notes, tbose original tunes and trills. You may want to stay tuned in all light, but chances are his will lull you to sleep. Often he stirs other song- birds from their sleep and sometimes 'hey add a few notes of their own. Several of the joiners may be small, col- orful warblers. One may be Ihe black and white warbler, who has a very sweet song of Ids own. When he gets started, this fellow may continue to practice alter the champion mockingbird goes back to sleep. But the concert Is soon over, for none of our songbirds can sing all day and all right even during the busy nesling season. Qucsllnns asnen uv cnHrlicn of Herald readers should he mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Hox 755, Hunllnglon Beac'o, California 02M8. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1872) NOTMK'S VVHATS eOlNS 70 HAPPEN TO HIM AFTER THE CHEvYltte CUT You JKT GAVE Ll'L ABNER-By Al Capp TEASING AW OUP AMTHPDPOPCX5IST? VOL) KKK3VJ I V UAW''-TH' JOKE'S CAKl'THAVEIT ARCHIE-By Bob Monlnna HOW WAS VDUR TRIP TO YELLOW CANYON NATIONAL PARK? I LOVED LOOKING AT I THE VIEW.' A A 1 -J M J fail1 HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browne Two Japanese airlines arc closer to lies PKKINO (Rculcr) The ar- rival of two Japanese airliners in the Chinese cily of Shanghai here brought Ihe two Asian giants one step closer towards normal relations nnd establish- ment of diplomatic ties, possi- bly by the end of the year. The airliners, a Japan Air- lines and an All-Nippon Airways Hoeing 727, were mak- ing the firsl Japanese com- mercial flights (o China since the Second World Wnr. They took the Sliang'hni dnnce troupe back home after a visit to Japan which also brought an ex- change of message between Pe- king and Tokyo leading to an inviuiion Irom Premier Clmu Kn-lai lo ncwly-clcctcd Japa- nese Premier Kaknci Taraka to visit China. No.WILL rr BOTHER you IP i LIE HERE SKDRINe AND MAWNS FUNNY NOISES? WILL IT BOTHER YOU IF i srr HERE READIES WTTH THE LISHTON? SHORT RIBS-Ey Frank O'Neal LIFE ON THE J LAZY-S-By T. H. 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