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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, March 9. Ask Andy BEAKS Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Kevin Dougherty, age 11, of Newport News, Va., for his question: How long do bears hibernate? Most experts agree that guessing what a bear is about to do is downright impossible. For one thing, the big shaggy fellow is always ready to change his mind. When head- ed for the woods, he is just as likely to turn around to in- vestigate a camper. When bedded down comfortably for his winter sleep, he is quite likely to wake up and take a short walk through a snow- storm. A bear is a very unpredic- table animal, to say the least. He may sleep undistrubed through the worst of the winter Or he may wake up a few times and leave his den to go to the bathroom. What's more, the big white polar bear considers himself too tough to hide, even through the Arctic winter. Wild brown bears may sleep through the winter but in captivity they prefer to stay awake. Obviously it Is im- possible to read the mind of a bear or to guess what he plans to do. In general, his winter plans depend largely upon where he lives. During the fall, he feasts lavishly to store extra layers of fat, just in case he should decide to hole up in a den. Actually, he never sinks into the deep coma of true hibernation, in which the body processes slow down to a minimum. But, when he has a mind to, he may sleep from the first snowfall until springtime brings forth the buds in his neighborhood. The duration of his winter sleep tends to be longer, for example, in Alaska, where the long winter is very cold and his food supplies are blanketed under deep snow. Farther south, in warmer year round climates, he may or may not hole up for just a few weeks. And, if he lives in a climate controlled zoo, he stays awake all winter no doubt because he hates the idea of missing those tasty handouts. If he does sleep all winter, his fat is consumed and come spring he is quite thin. However, his tummy has been out of work for some time and he seems to know that it needs time to adjust. So, for a week or so he merely nibbles a few shoots, sips a little water and enjoys the spring sunshine. (Do you have a question to ASK ANDY? Send it on a pott card with your name, age and complete address to ASK ANDY In care of this new- spaper. Entries open to girls and boys 7 to 17.) QuMUent nkad by chil- dren el Htrald should mailed le Aik Andy. P.O. Box. Huntlngton Beach, California 92M8. (Copyright Chronicle PublWiIng Co. 1973) Astrological Forecast by Sydiwy Omarr Flashback TUESDAY, MARCH t Living with the Pisces woman is akin to living with a human lie detector. The lady is ultrasensitive, poetic, has fascinating eyebrows, aching feet and extrasensory percep- tion. You may fool her but It Is almost impossible to deceive the Pisces woman. There is a difference. She is romantic, creative, mysterious and adores clandestine flirtations. ARIES (March 21 April Accent is on getting emotional antenna in action! Perceive what is being told to you in indirect ways and means. The obvious can be thrown aside. It is the subtle nuance, the meaning between the lines that take on added importance. Respond accor- dingly. TAURUS (April 20 May One who cares for you may be too shy to discuss financial situation. Key is to get facts, figures and work out a creative budget. Shake off tendency to be fixed, stubborn and fearful. You will be receiving a tax credit and you can afford to make loved one happy. GEMINI (May 21 June Accent oh legalities, partnerships, special relationships. One in authority wants to review your position, capabilities. Don't be By THE CANADIAN PRESS March 3, 1975 The Turkish national assembly passed three revolutionary laws 91 years ago today in 1924 expell- ing the royal family, already in exile, abolishing high religious ministries and secularizing education. At the. paranoid about responding to end of the First World War, questions. Pisces individual the capital city of Constan- tinople was controlled by the Allies and the Greek army marauded the Black Sea coast. Mustafa Kemal Pasha organized a rival government in Ankara and repudiated the Sultan, who showed no signs of defending the nation Within a few years, it was the legal government and built the foundations of modern Turkey. 1847 The inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, was born. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN AND OMAR SHARIF C IHS.TbtCUufiTrlkiiM Q.l-Both vulnerable, as South you hold: OAK9852 VAJ3 MJ105 The bidding has proceeded; South West North Eist 1 Pan INT Pan 9 What do you bid now? clabs. This is a slight stretch, but there ire just too many hands partner'can have that will produce game opposite this powerhouse.1 A jump rebid of three spades does not do jus- tice to your holding and sug- gests more of a one-suiter, when, in fact, this hind is quite suitable lor play in either clubs or hearts. Naturally, you intend rebidding your spides at your next turn, giving partner options for select- ing the flna] contract. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4K9654 954 4VAQ4 The bidding has proceeded: North E.st South Went 1 Pan 1 3 P.BS 7 What do you bid now? diamonds. You are in the slam zone, and the question is how best to go about probing the possibilities. A cue-bid of four clubs is an alternative, but supporting partner's suit might improve his hand. You can 'cue- bid clubs at your next turn If the auction develops favorably. Q.3-East-West vulnerable, as South you hold: 4KI02 4K943 The bidding has proceeded: North Eut South 1 Dble. What action do you take? A.-Your choice lies between one no trump and redouble. However, you do not really want to double any opposing contract and cannot support partner at your second turn. Therefore, an immediate bid of one no trump, which describes your all-around strength perfectly, seems advis- able. CXJ HAVE TIAC TD STEP AND HATCH ANY 9-AFTER ALL, THE FLAPALOO IS ONLY HLWAM. THE R-AFALOO A AMNLJTE- ;