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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HI UTHUMMU HWAIB Mfjutby, hlmmv Wl Bv Jeane Dixon TUESDAY, FEB. 1C YOUR BIRTHDAY TO- DAY: Intellectual insight and spiritual development are open frontiers hi your life this coming year. Socially, your success depends on tact and self-restraint Today's natives frequently select rather narrow or special goals, then drive very hard to achieve them. ARIES (March 21-April Be open for the unexpected in personalities and opportunities. A bright idea pays off. If you have a white elephant on hand, be alert for a buyer. TAURUS (April People listen to you today-be Msitive in your comments. is a better way of get- ting your work done, perhaps a short cut; find it. GEMINI (May 21 Life story of Hughes on screen HOLLYWOOD (AP) Cin- ema 71 Inc. said today it would film the life story of billionaire Howard Hughes. A spokesman said the com- pany had acquired the screen rights to the Bashful Billionaire, a biography of Hughes written by Albert B. Gerber. Cinema 71 was formed by Herb Altman, New York film producer, and TV producer Sheldon Brodsky. INDIO, Calif. (AP) Actor George Sanders has filed a suit in Superior Court seeking to end his brief marriage to Magda Gabor, sister of his former wife, Zsa Zsa Gabor. His petition yesterday said that on Jan. 5, a month after their marriage, Sanders, 64, separated from Magda, 49, be- cause irreconcilable differ- ences. MADRID (AP) Director John Huston has been signed as a co-star for a movie with Brit ish actor Richard Harris after walking out as director of an- other movie in Spain two weeks ago, a spokesman for Harris Movies said here. He said Huston will star with Harris in the Sanford-Unn- bridge production of Man in the Wfldemess now being filmed near Madrid. Huston quit the MGM movie The Last Run, being filmed at Granada, in a dispute with star George C. Scott and some mem- bers the cast. You attract and involve others n all sorts of enterprises now, if you put forth the needed ef- fort. Look ahead, see where you are going. CANCER (June 21 July Unorthodox approaches to your work turn out better than ex- pected. People are off sehed- jle, well intentioned, full of surprises. Simplify home ar- rangements. LEO (July 23 Aug. A momentary crisis is in the offing this morning. Keep an open mind about whatever lei- sure time you have left over. Later hours bring good news. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Communication is the key to your progress. Windfalls, re- turns of money, resources, property are quite possible, or (related payments. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Experiments are natural to- day. Distant goals are the most important factor. Routines and personal habits must change a bit. BEST YEAR PRINCE ALBERT, Sask (CP) More than ani mals, valued at million moved through Prince Alber stockyards during 1970. It was the stockyards' best year since 1965. June Lloyd marriage annulled LONDON (AP) The nine- month marriage of Jeremy Lloyd, a star of the television show Laugh In, and actress Joanna Lumley was annulled by a London divorce court. Lloyd was given a decree in the uncontested grounds that his 24-year-old wife was unable to consummate the marriage. SCORPIO (Oct. ZJ-Nov. Follow intuition away from conventional approaches. Other people start in new them go. Be ready for a shift in your own tastes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Conservative reactionary talk from somebody is startling avoid comment un- til you've thought about it A career opportunity opens. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Credit for initiative is par for your course today. Family, cltse asociates seem restles. Check pa their spendthrift atti- tude. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Distant news brought to your attention from strangers pushes you into some decision. Be consistent with your pre- vious theories. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Close deals, make agreements, clear your schedule of unfinish- ed business. Collect or recover whatever is yours. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) Staff act review set OTTAWA (CP) Mwpow Minister Otto Lang announced here that the government plans a review of the Public Sen-ice Staif Relations Act. Mr. Lang, minister responsi- ble for the public service staff relations board, said collective bargaining under the act has been tectioning for four years. Enough experience been gained to warrant an examina- tion of the act to set whether it should be changed. He said all interested groups, including employee organiza- tions and government agencin and departments, would be in- vited to express their views in writing. Mr. Lang said he would be as- sisted by three men in Ms study -John Bryden of Frederieton, former deputy justice minister of New Brunswick; Prof. Ger- ard Hebert of the industrial re- lations department of the Uni- versity of Montreal; and Profes- sor W. R. Dymond, chairman of the public administration de- partment of the University of Ottawa. Photography Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of tire World Book Encyclopedia to Annabelle Weeks, age 12, of Houston, Texas, for her question: How did photography get started? Many of us used the great- grand-daddy of the camera during the last solar eclipse. We set up a white screen LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Doctor: colds more likely in dry ail- Dear Dr. Limb Our home is heated and air-conditioned with an excellent central sys- tem. My husband and I dis- agree over what temperature to set the thermostat. This is very important to us. Isn't it easy to catch colds leaving an overheated home and going out into the cold air? Dear Reader This is a constant battle, aot only in homes but also in large of- fices. Some large buildings have dummy thermostats that have nothing to dc with regu- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN IB lint Br Ths Chlcate Trntae] ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4A64 S77J OH8432 Your partner opens with one spade. What is your response? no trump. Altho this band appears to contain the ele- ments of a single raise. It will be> Been that It is worth only six points In support of spades [one point must be deducted for only three trumps.] q. side vulner- able, and as South you hold: 4AJ10 VA1085 OAQ7B The bidding has proceeded: Booth West North Etst 1 V Pass I 6 Pan T What do you bid now? no trump. HolAng 19 high card points, an Immediate display of strength la recom- mended. If. North has anything extra, he will proceed. Q. 3 Both sides vulner- able, and .is Sputh you hold: 4J5 S7AK10974 03 JLA1B85 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1V Pass 3 Pass J OU SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ;