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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thvnfev, febnwry II, THf UTHUIDGI HIIAIB Your horoscope KHIER TKBOC OF THIN6S UKE THAT 60NS ON AT SCHOOL. FRIDAT, FEB. 19 YOUR BIRTHDAY TO- DAY: The sun moves froic Aquarius to Pisces at a.m. EST. Those born before this minute this year are Aquarians, those born after are Pisceans. For the coming year both face peaceful con- ditions in which normal pro- gress and prosperity can be achieved. Today's Aquarians are more inclined to litera- ture and mystical philosophy. ARIES (March 21-April Lively company offers better prospects for business, budding friendships. Get out of your ruts of personal habits. TAURUS (April 20-Miy Associates are eager to spend money. It isn't going out of style, so hang onto your share. Plenty of debates or even ar- guments follow. GEMINI (May 21 June 20) Line up supplies, equipment, and help before you get en- tangled in repairs or leave them alone. CANCER (June 21 July 22) Review your methods, look for a more effective approach. By Jeane Dixon YOU may have to lake time to! an acquamta PttCU calm friends' excitement Be brief. LEO (July Z3 Aug. Willingly endure passing incon- venience for the sake of im- provements. Diplomatic skill should be in action over this weekend. VIRGO (Aug. ?3 Sept. Simplify, cut out unproductive activity. Sociai contacts are distracting. Some friends ask good questions. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. While winding up the work week, put in tha first moves to start new ventures if they are different from what you've been doing. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Realizing the worth of a good thing when you hear about it from somebody who doesn't is a rare gift. Avoid tight sched- ules. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Family situations include surprises, excitement. Chang- ing your mind during the mor- ning complicates matters. Keep comments to the point. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan- let the doing be its own reward, i PISCES Silly remarks deserve no re-1 If you see something you want, sponse. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Co-operation is the watch- word. Relationships "take" and you have a friend where before ask for it. You have nothing to lose, and might learn some- tiling. Adapt to new conditions. (1871: By The Chicago Tribune) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN It MI: CUUK THHM Neither vulnerable. Welt deals. NORTH 10 4 3 0 WEST EAST CXQJUIi out 4II43 SOUTH AKJ9S VAKQJ4 04 The bidding: West North Bait Sowft 10 Pass Paw DWe. 10 2NT Pass 3V tV Piss Piss Opening lead: King of 0 Finesses not infrequently are the sirens which lure cvercager declarers to their destruction. As witness South's unhappy experience in today's hand. When West's opening bid of diamond was passed around to South, there was no question as to the propri- ety of the double, and West's rebid of two diamonds placed North in a perhaps awkward position. He actually chose to bid no trump, tho with a single stopper in diamonds, in the face of a rebid, our own preference would haw been to respond in hearts despite the weakness of that suit. The fact that free bid is being made at this point should make South aware of the fact that North has a fairly good holding. In any case, South was not to be chut out of showing his heart suit and the natural contract of four hearts was reached. West opened the king of diamonds and, after winning the trick with dummy's ice, declarer proceeded to draw trumps in three rounds. He next kd a club and put in dummy's ten when West played loir. East von vita the jack of dubs and re- turned t diamond -which South ruffed. The dub Own was repeated and North's queen lost to the king. Another round of diamonds forced out declarer's last trump. South led over to North'! ace of clubs in order to ton his attention to the spade suit. A small spade was led to declarer's nine. When this lost to West's queen, a fourth round of diamonds removed the remaining trump from North's hand. West was now able to take the last two tricks with the ace of and a high diamond to put declarer down by two. In the. .maze of finesses, South lost sight of his goal on the hand which was to win 10 tricks. He can obtain this objective with complete ease by establishing the spade suit.. After drawing the adverse trump, he merely leads a spade from bis hand. West will win the trick with the queen, and can do no better than shift to a club, this trick is conceded to East's jack, the forced dia- mond return a ruffed, and now the spades are estab- lished in one more round by driving out the ace. Dummy's queen of clubs can now be discarded on declarer's long spade, and South eventually ruffs a club in the dummy for the game fulfilling trick. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. i i Best oils to use in your cooking our article about saturated and unsaturated fats. Since you id not list soybean and cot- onseed oils as unsaturated, am right to assume that they are aturated? What are hardened Us? What does whipping do to shortening? What should ignor- ant people like me think about things that are O.K. and used or years and then suddenly, tiey're no good? For instaance, oral diabetic tablets and cycla- mate. And now cereals aren't as he-Jthful as we've been told all these years. How do we in- nocent people know which foods and medicines are all right and which are not? It s e e m s we cannot trust a thing because it's on the market or our doc- tor, in good faith, prescribes it. Dear Reader The com- mon cooking oils all contain some saturated and some un- saturated fats. Safflower oil las the most polyunsaturated tat (linoleic acid) and the least saturated fat. Perhaps listing the common oils in the order of most to the least polyunsatur- ated fat will help you. They are: Safflower, corn, soybean, cottonseed, sesame, peanut, and olive oil. Olive oil has less than one-tenth as much polyunsatur- ated fat a safflower oil. Now let's look at the oils in terms of the most saturated fats. They are: Cottonseed, peanut, soybean, sesame, olive, corn, and safflower oil. From this listing and the actual values, in terms of large amounts ol polyunsaturated fats and leasl amount of saturated fats, the three best oils in order are saf- flower. corn and soybean oil Hardened oils are those made more solid by adding hy drogen or making them into saturated fat. Whipping shortening only adds air and does nothing to the important chemical struc tare of the fat. What and whom can you trust? You can trust that what ever we believe today wil change tomorrow. That is the nature of life and progress When we learn more we havt to sometimes modify our pre- vious opinions, if we still have flexible minds. In every fiel< we make mistakes but the TODAY thru SATURDAY, Feb. 20th ZELLER'S RETAILERS TO THRIFTY CANADIANS Living ft v n A If only 98 PORTRAIT That's All Babies children adults groups 1 Special of each person singly only 980 Groups per person. Select from finished pictures in radiant black and white and living color. Bonus quality "Guaranteed Satisfaction." No handling or mailing chirges. Fist delirery courteous service. Photographer Hours: 10 A.M. to 1 P.M., 2 P.M. 6 P.M. Friday to P.M. Saturday to P.M. A FRIEND South lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive Telephone 328-8171 ment. Both in terms of nutri- tion and medicine we are far ahead of where we were a cen- tury ago. There has always been change. The rapid news media and well informed pub- lic just learns more about it ooner these days. Not everyone agrees that ereals are not so good. Cer- ataly, the cooked cereals like atmeal have a lot of nutrition in them, as do most of the grain cereals. A bowl of ommercial cereal, with fresh ruit, sugar and low-fat milk brtified with extra proteins has lot of good food value in it. Here is an interesting note rom a Yale researcher, Dr. M. larvey Brenner. He studied the relation of recessions and un- employment to heart attacks ind found convincing evidence hat heart attacks increased when unemployment went up. Britain fears Russia LONDON (CP) The Con servative government has de- cided to intensify its work on national defence problems, fear- ing that the Soviet Union is not 'emrinely interested in an East West detente. "It would be unwise to as sume that a willingness to nego- tiate, though welcome in itself is an indication of a change in basic Soviet De- fence Secretary Lord Carring ton said in a white paper issued todav. "There appears to be no in compatibility for the Russian in simultaneously negotiatini and exerting the kind of pres sure which could severely preiu dice East-West h said. While issuing this warning o Soviet intentions and pledgin the "highest priority" in im proving British military man power, Carrington gave no ind cation of any sharp rise in de- fence expenditure. He e s t i m a t e d Hie 1971-7 budget will total about million (about million1 an increase from the mi lion (about S5.967 million') est mated last year. If the 1970-7 estimate were converted to cur- rent prices, it would have to- talled million (about He estimated that Soviet de- fence spending has increased by an annual average of six per cent during the last five years. Bonaventure conjecture aired by PC OTTAWA (CP) A sugges- tion that the former Canadian aircraft carrier Bonaventure, sold for scrap last year, may be used for training Nationalist Chinese troops on Taiwan was made in the Commons by Al- fred D. Hales Mr. Hales first asked Supply Minister James Richardson whether there are any qualifica- tions in the bill of sale accom- panying the former carrier. Mr. Richardson said there was the qualification that the ship must be scrapped. Then Mr. Hales asked De- fence Minister Donald S. Mac- donald whether he knew whether the ship now is in the possession of the Nationalist Chinese armed forces and is being used for training. Sir. Macdonald said he will make inquiries. LONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAIllY-By Mort Wpllwr COME ON, LETS 6IVE IT A TEST RUN iVE BEEN AUTUEWOPKON LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp 'PEAK CUZZIN'PAUSf- AH DOTTER, LI'LOfJE-FAULT aoier, WHILE TH PACKAGE READS OS TH' LETTER TEL.UN WHUT'SINTH NEWSTAKriMUFE. IN A OHEFAULTTHATtiOHE. GIVEHEKSECHA flOTTEN REP-00-TAY-SHUN1, SHE'D BE. ARCHIE-By Bab Montana HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browne TAKE ONE OP OUR CAUNWRS FOR KTTCTEN, H-A6STON. THE DAYS WE COLLECT .ARE BUGS BUNNY Shrimp-boat captain fined ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP, A Russian shrimp-boat cap- tain whose vessel was seized within Uie United States 12-mile limit pleaded no contest Tues- day to a charge of illegal fish- ing and was fined It :r. believed U be the highest fine ever paid for such a viola- tion. {GET YOUR luPONTH'NEWS WHILST I WAIT FEf? iTHAT YAKKIN'PBTUNIA TSETOFF TH'PHONE! ;