Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
X2 THE tETIIBRIDGE HERAID Tuo.dciy, Docomber I, 1970 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon WEDNESDAY, DEC. Your birthday today: Your personal enterprise is the key factor in the coming year. Everything you really press forward with now brings both to be very energetic, some- what fatalistic, a bit rash. (Starch 21 April Your work passes quickly if you view it as a serious form of play. Take no chances with any- ___ .thing mechanical. The evening the intended results and some i has news of luck for you or benefits you had not planned, j somebody_you care for. There is temptation to relax after lesser triumphs keep your momentum going for the major achievements. Roman- tic and sentimental interests thrive, with many incidents of quiet joy. Today's natives tend TAURUS (April 20 May Keep an eye on anything you carry with you today. Steady work clears off an Obligation, leaves your mind free to enter- lain unique ideas. Add to your savings. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAKLES H. GOflEN I? El TBt Cftluw TfiMsfll Eoih vulnerable. East deals, NORTH VK10951 0 WEST A .14 EAST OAM3742 OK83 SOUTH A A K J 10 S 0 Void AK J192 The bidding: East South West 1 4i 5 6 4 Pass Pass Pass North 1 4 3 Pass Pass .Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Ace of 0 South was not far removed from a demand opening bid ijjd his thoughts turned to flam as soon as North gave him a raise to two spades, His three club rebW was a one round force, inasmuch as spades is the agreed suit, When North showed a feature by bidding three hearts, South decided that the suits fit well and he proceeded without further ado to eU spades. West opened the ace of diamonds which declarer raffed. The ace of clubs was cashed and a small club was ruffed in dummy. A heart returned, en which East began a high-low signal by playing the eight. South put 9 the queen and West made a fine play by ducking. Observe that if he takes the ace, declarer has 12 tricks ie can discard his remaining club losers on North's long hearts after trumps are drawn. "When the queen of hearts held the trick, South ruffed another club as West showed a diamond. Declarer was in a precarious position: he could not afford to lead another heart, for West could win the ace and give his partner a ruff. With the clubs failing to divide favorably, South must find a parking place for the jack of clubs. The queen of diamonds was led from dummy and East covered with the would have made no dif- ference if he South trumped with the ten of spades. Three rounds of trumps cleared op the suit. The king of clubs was cashed and the six of diamonds was discarded from dummy. The queen of hearts' dislodged West's ace and North's hand wss of- the established Jack of diamonds sr.d good A trump opening originally would have complicated declarer's task, In order to land 12 tricks, he must take e first round finesse the jack of clubs, inasmuch as North has only two trumps left for ruffing purposes. Without the benefit of a peek at the opposing holdings, South apt to fall thort of hit goal GEMINI (Slav 21 June Assume the best of intentions in everybody. In the later hours make selections, buy long plan- ned items of value. You receive compliments from surpri sing sources. CANCER (June 21 July Some laziness is good for you; let your colleagues do some of the "deciding. Official matters can be settled now. Help a mem- ber of your group over a per- sonal crisis. LEO (July 23 Aug. Do something vigorous for a worth- while cause. There is a chance to make extra money, if you I want or need it. Handle mech- anical and electrical equipment with special care. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Insight guides you into a po- tentially constructive course, in- volving" many changes before it's all worked out. Take a risk in psychological matters, not on mechanical things. LIBKA (Sept. 23 Oct. If you have anything to sell, particularly items which are surplus, do so now. Spend time in search of beauty, an elegant place. Celebrate the luck of a friend tonight. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Look up important people, cul- tivate business contacts. Make sure j'ou get hi a full day's work despite distractions. The eve- ning is for social activity. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Extrovert activities are re- warding. Strive for a chance to show your skills and achieve- ments. A quick journey may be j needed, with good results. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Today is for investment in equipment, strengthening of new personal relationships. Do any- thing social in style. Around you is emotional warmth, real af- fection can you reciprocate? AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Confidential matters pro- gress today. Many will help if they can stay out of public view. People are in the mood to talk about vacations, relocations to other places, changes of ca- reer. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Do what you can to get atten- tion from influential people for your projects. Emotional ties build spontaneously s e .9 k healthy, happy people for com- j pany. j 1970, Newsday, Inc. I'VE NEVER BEEN TO ONE OF THOSE 6IRL INVITES THE FOR HIM AND PAV5 FOR THE WHOLE EVMN6... I WONPER IF SHEIL SKHS IK A CORPSE LANCELOT-By Coker Penn BlONDIE-By Chic Young Pakistani plan for storm area DACCA (AP) The Pakistan cabinet approved here a plan for the rehabil- itation and reconstruction of the areas of East Pakistan ravaged by a cyclone earlier this month, an official source said the plan would be implemented on an emergency basis without wait- ing for World Bank funds. At least people died in the cyclone and tidal waves. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Dark circles under eyes? Just your veins sliowiug Dear Doctor I have dark circles under my eyes. I no- tice a lot of women have them. What causes it and what can be done to cure it? Dear Reader If you wffl examine the skin under your eyes, you roll find it is thto and delicate. The large number of veins under the skin cause Hie bluish color. You can usual- LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S, Telephone 328-4214 ly observe the blue color of the veins on the back of the hand. This color is normal for veins. The veins under the eyes are more easily seen in persons with delicate skin, which is why this is more often seen in women. Although the bluish color is often attributed to fatigue and a "sluggish it is. doubtful that this has anything to do with it. It is more com- mon with weight loss or illness- es that cause weight loss be- cause of the decrease hi the fat pads under the eyes and upper cheeks that help obscure the veins. When you lie down more blood pools in the veins in the face. In babies with very thin skin this makes the blue circles under the eyes more prom- inent. In some people there is a tendency to accumulate small amount of fluid around the eyes at night while lying down. The puffy eyelids ob- scure the veins. As the puffi- ness goes away during the day the dark circles caused by the veins become apparent. Just remember, dark cricles under the eyes usually have no important meaning relative to your health. There really isn't anything to cure. Cosmetics could help. There' may be more value in some spring water than skep- tics thought. It really isn't all madness. Alkaline spring wa- ters were used in the fifth cen- tury to treat a form of uncontrolled high level of ac- tivity or "madness." The prac- tice was continued for cen- turies, then fell into disrepute. Now Dr. Bertram Brown, direc- tor of the National Institute of Mental Health, announces that studies have shown that lithi- um (once used as a salt sub- stitute) is useful in treating certain agitated states (manic phase of manic depression) and may even help with the depres- sion. And what did the alkaline spring water have in it? That's Dear Dr. Lamb I would i like to know if a girl can get j pregnant and still be a vir- I gin. Could she possibly get pregnant if a boy just tried but I left her a virgin. Can this hap- i pen? Dear Reader It hasn't hap- pened in years. SANTA'S CHRISTMAS CRISIS-By Walt Disney THE CHSMTiMAS SPIRIT SPREADS THS TO TtS'REWOTS CA4TUE OF 6H6 WANTED TO SURPRISE >OU BY REARRANSINI6 YOUE WIFE WAS MERE WHILE you WERE OUT, SIR BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker 111 ABNER-By A! Capp AH KNOWS YO'GOT A PASHUK1 FD'HARP SALAMI, PROFESSOR EF WE DOMTGrr J TO THAT STUDIO BEFO'VON S. I HOLENHEOTPLAVS ARCHIE-By Bob Montana 1 AABAN SHE HAS THE SNIFFLES.' MISS HAS3LV, I THINK YOU SHOULD GO HOME AND TAKE CARE OF THAT I DIDN'T THINK ANYONE WOULD MISS HA6SLY) SHE CAN SHOULDN'T TEACH AS BE IN -r-< WELL AS SCHOOL ANY Of THE YOUNG ONES.' HI AND tOIS-By Dik 12-1 SHE OUSHT TO TRV PATTJN0 jMV SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal WELL., WHAT DO YOU THINK OF MY ONE-MAN- BAND ACT? BUT T'SET BY THESE NEEDS AN EXTKA SiMMICK!