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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 UTHBVinr'E HCRALD Thursday, December HFC. 17 Your Iiirllidny luilii Jl.irks e upward trend in your think- ing. Unfamiliar pUu-cs and I work arc tiviv and circumstances yield stronger sffiurcd omld results workrd-unt h" .'Hnided 1-y iects of ever did. j todav's natives and I 'Ml l' no evidence of any additional benefits from doses in excess of 25.00f) daily. Other than short term treatment, for vitamin A defi- ciency. !he regular dose is, units daijv or less. (IKMIM 'May 21-June Suiv more on the surface, bo and helpful. Drastic rtmu should be put off a hit and if'ttiT organized. AM KR Uune 21-.Iii1y Stick to tried and proved rnetli- -avi! experimental ides for vjial ventures. (.fuly Your rt'c-'iH activites should bring rc- lunis perhaps a grand w c 1 c o m e, Share triumph and high expectations. (Acg. 23-Sppt. Hvri'nis issues come to consid- rratinn yon may well he on tht. V.T.V to a higher level of personal responsibility. LIBRA (Sept. There's no likelihood of being able to slay exactly where you are and have nothing happen. I'APER GOES OFFSET BRANDON L. D. president of the Sun Publishing Co. and editor and publisher of The Brandon Sun, announced here tho company's Iward of directors has approv- ed management's recommenda- tion 'hnt. 'he Sun production de- partment b-: converted to photo- composition and nfiset printing. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREX 1T7II Or CftfUSO East-West v ll 1 n c r a h i North deals. NORTH A A Q in 5 0 .1 I) 7 Void A K S I) a WEST EAST 474 A K .1 3 2 r5 A (3 2 K 3 B Q 7 5 ,1 'i J 10 5 4 4 Q .1 SOUTH A .1 V K J 10 S 5 4 c A .1 in i The bidding: North East Snufb .Vest I A Pass 2 c- 3 P.w .1 i f pass i Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Jack of A The auction in loday's hand should have p.roviried West with all the information Jie requirrd to uncnver the killing opening against South's four heart contract. North opened the bidding with ore spade and South re- sponded with two hearts. Over the rebid of three clubs, South repeated his hearts instead of showing the is usually ad- visable to rebid the .six card cuit before naming the I'o'jr carder. When North bid four clubs. South now .showed his dis- tribution by bidding four dia- monds. Alerted to the fact Uiat his partner had six learU, North offered a de- Hayed preference to Jiearts and the auction sub- zided. West opened the jack of clubs and the king was played from dummy. Declar- er continued nee, and when the queen ap- peared from East's hand. South chose to come off dummy a third club en v h i c h East discarded a spade. Declarer ruffed with tho four of hearts, cashed the ace of diamonds and trumped a diamond with the seven of hearts. He played the ace of spades before leading a fourth round of clubs. East discarded a diamond and South trumped with the five of hearts. The ten of dia- monds was ruffed with the nine of hearts for his eighth trick and since he retained the K-J-10-8 of hearts in his harn'i, was no way to prevent declarer from scor- ing two more trumps to ful- fill his contract. Tn all, ha lost two hearts and one dia- mond. Had West opened the ace of hearts originally, it would have deprived his opponent of one of the diamond ruffs in dummy and the latter m u s t ultimately foil one trick short of his goal. North's opening crdl in spades, followed hy the bid ar.d rebid in clubs marks him with at least 10 cards in the black suits. When he. gives a delayed preferenca in hearts, it does not require much imagination to visual- a diamonds. West should do everything In his power to inhibit the cross ruff. Observe that it docs not cost him anything in the trump suit to lay down the ace because his queen is still protected hy the deuce of hearts. If West shifts to a club at trick two, declarer can ruff only one diamond in dummy and ultimately loses two hearts and two dia- monds Get mounc and make your own stylo wavt'v SCORPIO KM. W-Nciv. Lay in extra supplier ma- terials v.-htivver ynu'i'i; sure of specifications and types need- ed. SAOHTAItlLS (Nov. IxjnRthv discussions open more questions, lead to more problems ll-an ymi can expect to cope with amlimi' soon. CAI'ltK'OHN -'I-.Ian. Korr.unlic .-parks glow brightly just you'd about decided 'you'd past the stage. Be a little shy until you sec v.hcro you I.Ian. 2M-'rb. Your associate, are going to puruse what they believe arc their own interests today, whether you agree or not. 1 PISCES 19-Mari'li 201: You have extra loose ends to catch up. so many that you may have to reserve later hours for your share o! the fun and games. (1971: By The Chicaso Triliun AW STOMACH v DON'T GET HURTS! I CAN'T ON ME I FEEL UJEAKi MYHEAPHVST5! AW FEET HURT Andy sends a complete 20- volum'c' set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Mike Mil- eheli. age 9, of -St. Louis, Mis- souri, for his question: Hmv do they measure the i The weather is a mixture of sunshine and showers, wild winds and gentfe breezes. It brines clouds and clear skies, warm air and cool air, foggy days and dewy mornings. The werilhrr a mixture of differ- ent ingredients. The weather- man has different ways to mea- sure them. For example, he ore gadget to measure the temperature ;rd a differ c n t gadget to measure the wind. They use a rain gauge to measure the rain and a rr vane to measure the wind. They t.'iko tho air's tempera-; hire a thermometer and measure how heavy it is with a barometer. They use a hy- dro craph or some other instru- ment to measure the moisture in the air. Every weather sta- tion takes 1he.se different mcas- All the facts are nut together to show what the wenther is doing outdoors But. as we know. Ihc weather doors is always changing. Today's weather moves over- head and tomorrow's weather arrives from somewhere else., So we need to know whrJ the weather is doinn; in fnrawav rUMBLEWEED5-By TOM K. RYAN W3LLY G1ICKETS! THE FAMOUS PRONTO! WBLCOME, PEAR 50VJ WHATRE YOU POIN'OOTHERE INTHE WHY THE PARK GLASSES? WHERE'S THE: LONE I'LL FlELP'EM ONE-AT A POPS'- 1. I'M POWN HERETO SOAK UP SOME RAYS AN' RELAX! 2. ALL CELERITIES SPORT 5MOKEP SHAPES WHEN Off PUTY! 3.1 COULP CARE LESS WHERE THAT CLOWN IS 'CAUSE I'M KIM! SAP! YOU CANT MEAN THAT'? BLONDIE-By Chic Young graph to show how the weather events change, minute by min- ute. Humidity is the invisible wa- ter vapor in the air. This tricky chore measures the gaseous va- por in a sample of air from outdoors. The amount of vapor is weighed and compared with a chart. The result shows how damp or how dry the air is. H also shows just how much more vapor the air can hold before some of it turns to dewy mois- ture. Andy sends a World Book Globe to Oliver A. Pollard, ITI, age in, of Petersbiiry, Virginia, fnr his question: What is an A whale sized insect invader from outer space is downright iinpos s i b 1 e. His exoskeleton could not hold his body togeth- er. Our insects are about as big as insects can get because they have no bony skeletons. A larger needs a sturdy intemrl skeleton as a frame- work to support the soft parts of his body. In biology, "exo" means and an exo- ske'cton is on the outside of a The exoskeleton of an insect i.- a tough covering, I PEEL PRETTY STUPID TALKING TO A PARROT BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker 16 DR. BONKUS IN? NO. IT'S HIS DAY OFF we DAY OFF? SURE, HE TIME OFF TO RIP MlAASELF OF AU- HIS PENT-UP 700 LI L ABNER-By Al Capp TH ASS TRUE, AUNT I'M HERETO Y THIS DEM OF- I WILLLIFTH1M VJE1S OOTOFTHE IGQOP.ANT; IGNORANCE THAT) AWRIGHT. SURROUNDS ALLVJE TU.RA1SEH1MTOBEA CULTUP.ED GEMTLEMAN- swap their local reports with other weather stations, near and far. They also tune in to get the wide range pictures from weather satellites, miles above the earth. Wide range pictures show weather changes on the way. But, as usual, the most import- ant work depends on a lot of small chores. Those are the careful measurements that weather stations take all the time. The thermometer meas- ures degrees that, teil how warm or cold tho air is. The barometer measures its or pressure. As a rule, heavy high pressure air brings pleas- ant weather. Light, low pres- sure air usually brings a spoil I of weather. I A rain pause is a special ran j with a funnel to trap the drops i as they fall. side is marked with inches and parts of in- i dies. After a shower, the rain iiiitige shows oxr.cf.ly how deep the water would lie if none ran away or sank into tho ground. A wind vano may look like a propollor or ,'i sot of metal cups spinning around at the top of a pole. It. shows the wind's direc- tion and measures how fast it is blowing. Naturally the weather m e n r a n n o t bo checking these changeable details every min- ute. S'o some of their instru- ments are fitted up In keep their own records, day and i night. Tho pen touches a roll of squared crapli paper around a drum. The moving meters I move the pen and the drum j turns in step with a clock. The i pen writes a zig-zag lino on tho i ends of each muscle are attach- cd inside, one on each side of a pliable band in the exoskeleton. i Crabs have excskcletons of crusty material. But a turtle shell does not rate as an exo- skeleton because this animal has a bony internal skeleton. Questions asftefl by cnlldicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. Hunlington Beacln, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Student guilty a! Saskatoon SASKATOON (CP1 Alice K 1 e i n. a 21-year-old student whose cause had been taken up hy a member of the legisla- ture, was found guilty of un- lawfully and willingly disturb- ing an assembly. Miss Klein, a third-year-stu- dent at tho University of Sas- katchewan, was given a four- month suspended sentence but said she may appeal the con- viction. She was arrested Sept. 29 at a memorial service during the n a t. i o n a 1 convention of the Royal Canadian Air Force As- sociation. A letter objecting to her ar- rest and the charges against her was sent city council by .John Richards, New Democrat- ic party member of the legisla- ture for Saskatoon University, lie is a member of the radi- cal wafflo wing of the NDP. Wolt Disney's-THE CHRISTMAS CONSPIRACY ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I CAN GET ALL THE SHELVES FOR MY BOOKCASE OUT OF THIS -A 14-FOOTER HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne I HAVEN'T RAIDED THE COOKIE JAR FOR SIX DAYS IF I CAN ONLY LAST ONE MORE DAY I'LL HAVE BEEN GOOD FOR A V WHOLE WEEK ON THE OTHER GOOD TOR SIX STRAIGHT PAYS IS NOTHING TO SNEEZE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY HMWM! WHAT'S A FOUR-LETTER WOKP MEANING TH'SOUNP ;