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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE ISTHFir.lDGE HERALD Thursday, December 9, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon Your liirlhihi areas (i fer -no kidding long standing .symptoms or problems. Today's na lives L'sually have some ratlicr technical vocational tv. special- er now and able to push mailers ahead a( Ihc moment. I.IISIIA (Si'iit. L'.'l Oct. when you slid- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. AltlKS (March 21 April dcniy evi your way and you're financial maneuvers are un- not prepared to lake advantage usually risky There arc for- ces at work few people know of have some- loday's inci- much about, Your chances of cleric guessing why your friends do I SCOIII'IO Kiel. 23 N'nv. 20: as they do are essentially zero. yourself capable and TAUItl'S (April 20 May j in c-ai'jV he fine, hut he Competition sharpens, takes a sure you can really handle mat- new t w i s t. Somebody may ters if you get the chance. a controversy, j X.Uil'h Aim's (Nov. 22-Dec. -M: V.'h'ii yon hear may be clettrifyiriL', hut whatever else you do, let it slop with you. You'll see why tomorrow. CAI'ltlC'OlIN (Dec. 22 Jan. dreaming ymi ;tr lo nightmares it may well He caused by tile medicine you are taking fur your iilowl pressure, iiiiuwnlfia. re- serpmc. IT s-erpjiMl all es- sentially the same medicine iind n numl'er ef medicines uileh sides You'll he glad you have all you. ccrtainlv appreciate il V.ould facts well in mind, you please explain an ulcer on CUMI.VI 21 .June bottom of the font under- Prepare lo pul in a 1'eavy- neath the large thai will' paced day. What you complete, not heal? promises lo be permanent, ncv-j Intuition becomes loud and Jly lather is ri years old.''1' to be repeated. What 3-0111 clear, traces out an upward and'has enlarged Six fail I" cover might never be mcnlhs apt he had this sore on Available for a second try. his foot anil had il opened He has il Ircalcd ever" week ac't patience are more and has a fresh Iwr-diM'e i- J Ulan ever. You may Ihc tinin chidlenge. Your idias It doesn't .seem lo heal at nil. i an old gap. gather again may be somewhat beyond Ihose rtcriosclcrosis? scattered tcammales. j people are prepared to deal LEO (July M Aug. Work for family unit y, group be us u a 1 I y rave amounts of Fatty deposits in the arteries, which have of'cn cal- used in the treatment of high: blood pressure thai contain, most Iikdy L.all50 of Could this be If so do you think ured? Dear Header Your idea that your father has arterio- sclerosis is probably right. American men in his ;.ge p-oiip lly l-ave. signifieant: 'uu sounc communication. Wind up your workweek as mailer of fact- ly as conditions permit. VIKGO (Aug. 23 Sept. paih. There's much to gain, nothing lo lose. 'Jan. 20 Feb. Communications prove I wilh, PISCES i 19- .March Family lies lurn out quite real now. You've pot deep support where it's wanted and, in turn, plenty to do for your loved ones. (1971: lly Tlie Chicago Tribune C'ISCS "f in Ihc leg or foot arc affected pressure but i (i know that they have undesirable 'or" ul- side eficcl.s. such as night- Kn not j-cal if a( mares all. The bit; toe is (lie rnosi You --tire to distant point from the flow of your doctor about this because blood from the heart in the en- he will lie watching you care-i tire body and is especially i Vampire bats fully to certain develop reactions to any prone lo develop an ulcer on the basis of poor circulation. It i possible that Ihc ulcer might does W Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Debra Karch- cr, age 13, of East Peoria, for her question: vampire C. about ,00 milligrams a' dav -bats dine mamly on insects. Others pre- a wing spread of five feet. We picture this ghastly monster sucking hlood from the lily while neck of a sleeping maid- Vampires have a bad repu-: cn. .Vdl, this imaginary horror lion as blood suckers. This is j pitture is llowtoc near the how the vampire bat got his tnlih. But tho real vampire bat is sufficient for tins purpose. In these amounts ii can'l is indeed a >ery dangerous menace. And countless millions fruit and some have extra of lhosc crcatures hlrk in Ulc Dear l.r. l.aml, 1 read anv 'harm'so vou miilit try it. long tonjues for sipping nectar vour column even- dav and i but don't expect miracles. rom flowcrs- _. bcr of others are carnivores who catch and devour various small animals, including other GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES II. GOREN" vulnerable. shadows throughout Cent r a and South America. No maiden in her right mind would think of sleeping outdoors there with- out a night light to keep vam- Neither deals. NORTH A A Q J 3 fi AK .T A K J 8 I WEST KAST A K R A 9 5 1 3 C' Q 0 S 2 .7 B ,1 O A K J 9 S 7 0 fi i 2 soimi A in 2 V I" 7 O Q JO S 10 7 J The bidding; West North 7 O 3 Tas? 1 A Pass 5 A Kast Pass Tass pass South 3 A Pass Vad: King of presented Yesterday, an example of correctly lo- cating adverse honors as an essential ingredient for a successful campaign by the declarer. Tcday we have an- rt.hcr example from a team flf four match where one de- clarer made his five club contract whereas his coun- terpart went down to defeat. North's two diamond over- call is a cue bid and is forc- ing to game. When he rebid two spades after South re- sponded with two hearts, the latter vas obliged to bid again. North relieved his partner of further pressure by raising three clubs direct- ly to five. West opened the king of diamonds and vvlien a tingle- Inn appeared in dummy, ho chose to exit with a small hear so that declarer would have to find his own way on [he deal. One South chose lo cash the ncp and king of clubs in the hope lhat the queen would appear on the or .vecnnd round of the suit. When Wrsl showrr] nul. Inn jack of cliiKs was led. per- mitting Kast In take his Inimp trirk with the queen. Althn the latter could have safely forced out one of dummy's trumps by return- ing a diamond, he in- stead 1.0 exit with s nsart to North's king. South was obliged to use up his remaining trump by lead- ing a club back to the ten so he could put the ten nC spades thru for a finesse in that suit. West covered with the king and North played the ace. The queen and jack were cashed in an attempt to split out the suit. When West discarded a diamond on the third spade. East's nine be- came established as the set- ting trick. At the other table, declarer adopted a more careful ap- proach. Of the two outstand- ing honors in the black suits, he was more inclined to place the king of spades with West rather than the queen of the basis of the lafter's opening bid. Assum- ing that Ihe spade finesse would succeed, he resolved to take measures to protect himself against a four-two division in spades. After playing Ihc ace nf clubs at trick two, he contin- i'od with the deuce fraining from cashing the king. East put up the queen of clubs and returned a dia- mond. South played the ten, West covered with the jack and dummy ruffed with the jack of clubs. The eight of trumps was now overtaken by the ten so that declarer could lead the ten of spades. West covered with the king, as at the other table. And after the A-Q-J were cashed. South retained a trump to ruff out East's nine. The North hand was now established and the only tricks lost on the deal were one diamond and one, club. Observe that had the clubs divided two-two. South would have surrendered a trick that he did not have to lose, however his contract would still be safe because Ihe ten of clubs provides third round access to takn the spade fi- nesse and declarer retains a trump to ruff out the fourth spade to establish dummy's long card in the suit. bats. Rut the true vampire hat pjre lives en'arelv on a liquid For-! ,mUa of blood, lapped from his Ac. "i? vamP're. '1'vino victims sma" bat 1Vllh a rolmd i Lung victims. mdies ffis i remote ancestors gave up cat- j The very mention of the vam- j insects in favor of small bat gives most ot us the shivers. Perhaps we think of him as a flying fox of the trop- ics, a verv unattractive bat with New aids persons living alone birds and mousey mammals. For some reason they look to sipping the blood of their vic- I tims and gave up all other foods. As a general rule, na- lure allows unused parts of a body to waste away. In time, the vampire bate lost most of their teeth and also the inter- nal organs capable of digesting solid food. They now are re- stricted lo a diet of liquid blood. The brown, mousey vampire has large pointed ears and his squat, naked nose adds a bull- i dog expression. His two buck TORONTO To- leeth arc razor sharp incjsorSi ronto men are seeking gov- j cmmcnt aid to manufacture a dfvico enabling elderly or dis- ahlcd persons alone to i call for emergency assistance. ft consists of a transmitter which activates a flashing sign and siren outside occupant's front door. A i patient can turn on the sign i hy pushing a button on t he j .John Hastings, a former i tfol-maker, and Jack Irwin, a j huildcr of automatic car washers, said they hope to make the device available at to social agencies, which would lend it to persons need- ing such assistance. Tho remote-control trans- mitter can operate within 300 feet of the sign, which bears the hospital symbol H and reads: "It also has a locked cap- sule containing the patient's name, his next of kin and a brief medical history to help ambulance attendants provide treatment. The key lo the cap- sule' would be carried on all ambulances. though his tiny back teeth are almost useless. He flies well and is more agiJe on the ground than most bats. Ml day he dozes in a hollow tree or some other dark hide away. At night he flutters forth to find a victim. He may select a goat, or a chicken, or cow or a horse ,a human being. But he avoids (he light of lamps and campfircs. As a rule, he lands some dis- tance away and quietly ap- proaches his sleeping victim on foot. No, lie docs not go for the throat. He prefers to attack a foot., the ankle above a hoof or a human big toe. The wretched creature has a very soft touch, i Even his sharp incisors do not d i s t u r b his sleeping victim i wiicn he uses them to shave off j the skin. When blood begins to i 007.0 from the wound, he tips i his head to lap up ihc drops as they flow. j Tile mousey lit lie vampire i not look like a serious 1 menace. But he may be more deadly than the imaginary vam- _______________pire who drains his victim j through a hole in the throat. In MAKFS RECORD PUKCIIASK j Central and South America, the attacks of vampire hats weak- MONTREAL (CP i Thn wholc ..umireal Museum of I1 me Arts nniidiinrod hr-re it has made. thr mcsl vnlunhle purchase in its ill-year history, a Ifith-con lury sculpt lire depicting the martyr St. Sebastian by Gothic j Herman master Tilmann Rie- nv-nschncider. The m u s e u m refused to disclose the price. UE'll CIRCLE THE ICE ONCE LIKE THIS, ANP THEN WLL LIFT ME IN THE AIR.. i' Mid LIFT ME. J OKAY, NOB LIFT ME. rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOm K. RYAN PEPU1Y, IF YOU MAKE AM ARREST TOPAY I'LL GIVE YOU A CITATION! BLONDIE-By Chic Youna DAGWCOD, WHAT DO YOU THINK THIS SHEATH ADVERTISED IN THE BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker WELL, FOR T'AS PS.'Mtf, SENERAL. I MAVE TO 6ET PEAPY FOP MV BUMP DATE TONISHT THAT'S HOW I AAET MRS. OM A BUND RATE TWO MORE OF THE SAME, ESOThlER U L ABNER-By Al Capp D-DON'TCASTTH' lO-YtAR TOOTHACHE bPELL, TOOTH US KIDS BELIEVES NYO'- VO'OHE I OFFEMDED.OMLY O'OUR fr WAY I COOL TEETH EVERY SATIDPY NIGHT.'.1' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana SUAATHIN' V'AU. PUT IN YO SAS TANK? OH, OF ONEOFTHOS EE-COLO6Y GROUPS.' IT'S THE POWER TO KNOW SOME- THINS NOTSCIEN71FICALLY EXPLAINED.' HI AND LOIS-By Oik Browne REALLY? BUT THAT WAS V THAT WAS A SCOD, MOM-THAT'S FROZEN MV FAVORITE IT WASN'T ANYTHING DINNER A i MADE AND SHE'S ALWAYS TELLIN0 US NOT TO WORRY ABOLTT WHO GETS CREDIT SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal Ihey often spread rabies other deadly diseases. Questions asfcefl tiy cnfldien of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Hntilinglon FicacU, California (Copyright Chronicle j Publishing Co. l.'ITl) Wall Disnoy's-THE CHRISTMAS CONSPIRACY HEAP NtJR NlE', HAJ A rc'.J R15S IU IT. BUGS BUNNY TUM-TUM-TUM- t LAY OFF TH' RACKET, I'M TRYIN' T i V V READ! ;