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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBSIDOE H6RAIO Monday, Mnrcti 20, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN 6 DIXON TUESDAY. MARCH 21 im'tiiuay To- day is the venial equinox. This year tlie sun changes from Pisres to Aries at n.m. E.S.T. oilier yrars the hour is different because our orbit is not an exact num- ber of ou not btf'n a passed hand orixlnjlly a Inmporiilng bid cf two diamonds uoiitd be In order. But In lhe present sequoncc that cill would not hp forcing. It Is advisable therefore to raise spader Immr. dialely. Tartn-r should allow for Ihe possibility of your having a fairly good hand after pasting. Q, 3 Neither vulnerable, partner opens with three no trump and you hold: ffKlO 53 vlO 6 OHIO 42 What is your response? Six no trump, Thli a simple ease of arithmetic. Your partner has at least U points In cards. You have nine, bringing Ihe tola! to 34. It li therefo The bidding Kaa proceeded: North Kast South West I Pass I y Past 1 A Pass What do you bid now? jump to three iparfel would not be adequate. A mild slam li In order, and our vote is for a jump ihKt In A manufactured iult, three dU- montts. If you should Jump lo Ihree ipadef ptrintr bldf four In routine manner, you wilt not have tried for a slim. Tf you now bid ftva spades, you may jcopardlie ttie ufely of the game. Q. 1 Neither vulnerable, partner opens with one heart and you hold: 463 OAQJ7J 4-QJ What is your response? of two Is tc- eeplable: The Jump bid ts thret. heirti or Ihe temporary bid o( two dlimonds, In casts Like preference should, f-robibly flven la the suit takeout because Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: IniFgijible for the cpponenu to may provide dhcjrdi and lax i king. hipptni have itronf opening Q. (-As South vulnerable, you hold: AA3TSZ OJ7U The bidding has proceeded: North East Sooth West 1 t> Pass I 4 Pasj 1 NT Pass What do you bid now? raUe. lo three diamonds The bidding has proceeded: North Easl South Welt Pass 1 V Dile. Pass Z 'j Pisi What do you bid now? he A two diamond could be construed at a mild response. safe playable jpol, and 1i there- fere an iirirttrtild. The. recor.v nrl U partner accept! you ihouLd bin i eouirf pliy (gr ( lo for side, ame posslbllltltJ for nd there 1i no (hat you can tske at this point lhat is not fraught with dtnfnr. Partner been brought Into the auction, perhipi much hki wlibei, he may Mile Powerful light microscopes reveal that the nucleus contains number of small threads. When thin slices of tissue arc stained for microscope slides these come out in vivid cofor, Hence, they were named the chromosomes, meaning color bodies. There are billion living cells, more or less, in a human body and the nucelus of each cell contains 46 chromo- somes in 23 pairs. Light micro- scopes also reveal that eacl chromosome is a bumpy tbrea with about little beads These are the genes and (hi ucleus in every living cell li our body has about o hem, At this point, researcher Knew that the genes are inher ted in equal numbers from joih sides of the family. Eac person inherits a unique pa ern which is duplicated i jvery cell. Each gene govern ertain biological functions an ealures and contains mor terns than a whole shelf extbooks. Tlie next break hrough had to wait for th electron microscope and skills in molecular biology Then it was learned that th beady genes are wads of deox> ribonucleic acid the rniraci ous biochemical known DNA. Genes are present in the 1 ing cells of all plants and am nials, Tlie basic number varies in different species, though all contain the inherited blueprints (hat determine biological func- tions and features. At the chemical level, (his miracle of heredity is performed by long spiral molecules of DNA. Tf the DNA threads in a single human gene are unwound, they mea- sure about three feet. Andy sends a World Book Globe to Carol Squadra, age 10, of Rowaylon> Connecticut, for her question: Where Decs Time We use a small helping of lime to walk around the block and a larger slice lo get from Bridgeport lo Boston, Rut time also goes by when we .stay home and even while we sleep. This happens because time tra- EACH 6RACEFUI MOVEMENT A TRIBUTE TO THE JOtf OF THE NEW f DON'T PUT AWAY THE PKORATlCMsr TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan JOIN PSKA BLONDIE-By Ctiic Young QUICK, VHEBE'S YOU UAVc TO MAKE CHANGES W TM1 HOOPLE COMTPJACr RIGHT I---- FIMISMED, RUSH IT DOWN TO TMET OFrlCE BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker NEXT TIME DONT LET TO Aifz. OUT rtis NO, ANP I MAKE A U.S. envoy U'L ABNER-By Al Capp got drunk on flight WASHINGTON (AP) Col- umnist Jack Anderson says Hi at Ambassador Arthur K. Watson 'got gloriously drunk on Ihe light to Washington for his con- erence with President Nixon" o discuss establishing at Paris liplomatie contacts with the Chinese. In Paris, the U.S. embassy said neither it nor Watson would comment. In Washington, the state department and ths White House declined comment. Later, spokesman Charles Bray said the state department !has confidence in Ambassador Watson" and that ho "will con- tinue fo carry out his ambassa- dor functions and other func- tions, including dealing with the Chinese, that the president lias charged him with." Bray declined to whether an inquiry is being made into the facts of the case. Anderson, in his copyrighted column far publication Thurs- day, writes that Watson has a chronic drinking problem, and adds: "This raises Ihe possibility that Ambassador Watson, in a bibulous slate, could jeopardize the Chinese-American detente and undo the good President Nixon accomplished in Peking." Anderson says Watson's drinking contributed to his de- parture from International Busi- ness Machines, the corporate giant his late father built, and that it figured in his losing in a try (or the IBM presidency. The column says Nixon then appointed him lo the Paris post, although "his only apparent qualification for the job was bis enormous wealth and his will- ingness to share it with tho He- publicans. Anderson said Walson contrib- uted S-M.COO to the Nixon-Agnew campaign in 1968 and another to the general Republican AROTT6N -AMDAGOOD ELF GUV Et-F KOBOOV CAM 6EE.THEM, BUTCH1LDF-W CAN HEAR THEM.'.r f FOR VEARS THEV KIGHT IT OUT- AMD THEW- OM HIS 7bh BIRTH- OME. WINS.'! -AND TOE WORLD HAS A GOOD GUY- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WITH AU.THE ALTERNATE STYLES TODAY, X DONT KNOW WHETHER TO LIVE BY THE OR, IU THE CITY' Support law WASHINGTON CAP) A na- tional women's rights organiza lion has called on President Nixon to recommend passage of the equal rights amend- ment for women now being de bated on tho U.S. Senate floor The Citizens Advisory Counci on the Status of Women also called for appointment of a woman to tlie U.S. Supreme Court. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne HAD IT AROUND A LONG TIME SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal 90 CWT SNE ME THAT STUFF ABOUT MASIC INVISIR-E FABRICS. OK VDU MISHT END UP WITH All. ...IMVISIR.E HEAC3. BUGS BUNNY GOING OW AROUNP HERE? THIS ISN'T WATER.' we AM' EVERVBOPY VOT6P PER LEMOHAPEf ;