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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 13 HIE lETIIBrlOGE HEKAID Fricltiy, Mmch 17. 1972 SATl 1UUY. MAltl'll IS Your In'rthilu; Unlay: He- gins a year of multi-phased acitivitics. m you test your skills, add rnomves, and widen horizons by travel and No major changes of are indi- cateJ. Todav's natives are conn-ions el" their place in our world. Their struggles in early life provide mo- t.vatfon aud training. .MtlKS (M.uc-li Si-ll or :ive 'to charity i-verylhitig that na or super- ririiil rc.Kticns. 'Ihe features of hnaian experience are I''? mticc-.blc. SACI'lTAEtll'S (Nov. 22-Dcc. fere, so keep a Pursue life vigcrously, but vr a new campaign for a dif- willing sbarc your por- sonal world. AOl'Altll'S I Jan. 20-Fcli. tSI: Pursuil cf K'liiimcntal veil- dues i.s strong although tlie ini- tiative is nicstly yonrs. Top off the day wilh diKCiissions, brain- storming over future pro- grams. I'lSCKK 13-March Drastic moves rrcu't even in revision of wardrobe. Somebody nearby has a good use for whatever you no lunger really need. (11172: Ily The I'liicugo Tribune) T.U'ISI'S (April 1M-Mli> finish necessary (asks Take ii-iiic time for a personal ex- a cf greater fur the rlidiili'. i May T'ai-oiiOLial irotu lint Star populations Andy .-cuds a complete '2'1- of the World Boik la R. Duve, U, of Tuscon, Ari- for his question: ale star I and II? SHE DID IT! SHE HIT A HOME RUN! AWitW'REGOINffTOHAVETo STAMP OUT AND r_t U ]i :1 TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Reader is wary oi! ail dor tors of the spectrum r.nd neglect the blues. Their remctc neigh- borhood beyond UK' du ly disc has little or no gaseous raw i malarial 1b create new stars. Nev.- s.iirs _arc bora in halo arc old other d'ffer- cnccs set them apart Iroin the disc stars and astrcnomers j he, so there are vanous i limcrs.bThcsc Sll Dr. I.anil) I'm al- ways griped doctors treat symptoms and neglect the cause. If treat a child one groups in ti'C drzz ing It seems that, most me- dium-r.K-.'d slars tend to as--o- ciato the youtli generaticn in celestial neighh--- Ircxls. These types are rated in the porju'aHon 1 group. in the population II group tend to be apart in rirrmte neighborhoods. Astrbn o m c r s suspect that those r'd Mrmvs may hold secrets about the an- cient historv of the Galaxy. two stars are exactly istcr. I am not a surgeon and do not do surgery. As most of I the readers of this c o I u m n j cr.n be classi- know, a great deal of space is hl similar groups. When thousands of them are _. .chartered recording to their is well, lie is not crying any even belter, how lo prevent dis-! and Uieir particular more." but the pin sticking in ease through diet, exercise and cotors they nrranS3 liirm- who is tic no long- devoted to explaining disease cr erics then you say, "Ah. all and how to help yourself or, the kid's stomach is still there! good living patterns. You hinted thiil the cause of leg trouble might tie aggra- vated by smoking, then pass argumcnt since I solicited from Your choice of leg cramps is an unfortunate one for your on to surgery (the profitable selves in very definite classes. VTben plotted on a graph, visible stars in our part of the Galaxy form a curve called the classify them in the population II group. Our night sky is studded with population I type stars. Most of the population It group is loo remote to be visible. A few glo- bular clusters can be dimly. Telescopes have reveal- ed about 100 ethers and no doubt more are hidden behind cosmic clouds. Apparently these aging clusters formed rjjout five biliion years ago, wh3ii our Galaxy was yotmng. Other galaxies, young and old, have various systems of globu- lar clusters. These patterns of old timers may provide cluc.s to the life stories of the galaxies themselves. the readers their own expe- i main sequence. This majority BLONDIE-By Chic Young THERE'S (NOBODY HOME- THIS is BEETLE BAItEY-By Mort Walker Andy sands a World Atlas to Karen Sutherland, ago 11. of Winnipeg, Mani- toba, Canada, for her ques- part of your profession, of riencc and was gratified to re- j group is made up of population course) without amplifying ccive hundreds of letters which i type stars. what causes leg trouble and pointed up the value of keep- Most of its members are av- j callscs an cdiusc" how this come.' about Or ins fect nmi iegs warm. Star3 in classes similar There'are Q .1 8 6 K Q (j A J S 3 J5.1 WEST K.AST 10 51 913 V A pass 1 Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT .'ass Pass Pass Opening lead: Four of South was confronted with an awkward bidding problem in today's hand. The first three calls were rather rou- tine, but over North's rebid of one spade, South had sev- eral of which was entirely satisfactory. He could have jumped to three spades, but Ihe lack of a fourth trump argued against a direct raise of partner's second bid suit. If spades do not divide three- three, a seven card trump suit might prove too awlr. ward to manage. South might have jumped to three hearts on the second round, but his six card suit was headed by a mere nine spot. He compromised by jumping to two no trump and allho his hand was admitted- ly unbalanced, he did have two stoppers in the unbid suit. When Norti carried on three no trump, South rhwe to battle it out on Jiose grounds. West opened the lour or eua- the five was played [rom dummy and East put in the len which won Ihe Irick. Inasmuch as he could not profitably continue the suit without establishing a second stopper for declarer, Kast shifted to a heart, West put up Ihe ace and returned the three of diamonds. South played North's six and East's eight hold as declarer discarded a heart. The of diamonds was returned to. dislodge the ace. The kinf> of hearts waa cashed, however when West showed a had to give up en the establishment of that suit. He proceeded lo rim the spades and on ttio fourth round. East was obliged to part with the ten of heart-s in order to retain in clubs. South had six tricks spades, one heart, and .me diamond. A club was led the dummy and when East followed with the deuce, declarer successfully finessed the queen. He exited with a heart pulling East on lead with the jack and the latter was left with only tha king-ten of clubs. N'orth retained the jack- five of clubs while South was left with the ace-eight. East was endpl ayed and tha forced club return permitted declarer lo score the fulfill- ing tricks in the suit. The defense was restricted to two hearts and two diamonds ott Hie deal. 6IRU 1 IN SEWINS CCASS V is rmr I YOU V BELT HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browne WHAT KIND OFvANIMALS THEY HAVE FOR TELEV1SIOM PROSRAH SURE MAKES LEARNING FUN WATT TO 60 TO SCHOOL LIKE DITTO SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY PORKYANP I ARE BOTH PIETING BUT I'VE SOMETHING FOR ;