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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 22, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON WEDNESDAY. MAY 23 Your birthday today: Opens a creative caper, with fantastic ideas popping up for many mw.ths to come. Take nothing for granted you must work to bring good ideas into reality. Today's na- tives aro noted for resource- fulness, the desire to do all things in grand manner. ARIES (March 21 April Friends continue to be helpful, although you must keep close track of "them. Romantic im- pulses are strong, should be included in plans TAURUS 20 May Resources are available from, sideline activities. Speculative ventures are over-expanded, oversold In most instances. GEAIIM (May 21 June Make the best use of contacts with unusual people, opportun- ities to improve your mand gather rare experience. CANCER (June 21 July Circumstances turn in your favor. Lock for details which normally pass un seek technical advice where needed. LEO (July 23 Aug. Don't let your pride get in the way of an offer of help. More is involved than the immediate sums would indicate. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Being an early bird pays, but plan a distinct break in this long, productive day time out for a prayer. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Younger people fill the stage, inspiring both excitement and ccncjim. Urge for expansion is apt to prevail. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 NOV. Now is an excsllent time to cut through formal procedure, get to the core of any problem, stab- ilize your rescurces. (SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Seize any fresh opportun- ity. A thought for the morrow is well taken. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. At the moment, life has a tendency toward intense, poig- 11 ant episodes. Usruul news ar- rives; it's a memorable day. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. GOREN ON BRIDGE BRIDGE QUIZ ANSW ERF BY CHARLES H. GOREN The Chicago Q. As South, vulnerable, hold: AAQJG3 CAK1072 084 The bedding has proceeds., South North East 1 A 2 -I A Pass Pass 4 Pass do ou b.d nov. V You should 3 e to produce 12 ir.cks, K 'O-r faced t-D po" if tuo tricks in r1 Tl-tt fr e snade bid STC'Jld tni1: information rr message If can control secord of "vou v. him to cl T sian A B'acis- MCCC! call -101 'a CO ne.'fec'Ke 'f acsrn or'v ace Q. Both vulnerable as Ssuth >ou hold: A "'Tfin CJ103 AAIO The bidding has proceeded: North Fast South "West I Pass 1 A Pass A Pass ft hat do ou bid now A Th-ee c.ubs You a 10 fou-c'ation for siam POSM- fci'ltles. If partner hcs a sood dia- ir.ond. s'lit. a-d sorre Kind of heart control there may be an ess- s'ar-. 1 our H! dspend upon partner s react o i to Sour trr'e ciUb b'd Q. C Soutfi, vulnerable. A64 C5 C VMS A ThiS bidding has proceeded South 1 A Pas1: 3 A East Pass Pass iJ uould not Partner's What do ou tr ?t rreet u if1 OLT ___ blood ]lrec u'c been raised tn a n po nt and a four Did nvcnt htrn to ta ,e nraLi'-' a-cstic sctlon A, fce injected -ita the fit tn.3 Q. 4 Neither vulnerable, you haie 80 part score, and as South you hold: TQ The bidding has proceeded. South ttesl North East A Pass A Pass Whst do you bid Tr.'s suggests to partner thst jou looking for further information v hich may lead to a possible slam It is not nccessarj to bid anv rrore than three spades, and it would be premature to show the diamonds at this stage. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AAKQ10CAIUOS74 063AK The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 3 A Pass Pass What do you bid? first choice is a bid of four hearts. This is by no means a preempt, but announces tr.at ou "would like to play at four hearts if partner has a hand If he has any strength, he is at perfect liberty to go on. The onlv otner choice N a take- double Q. 6 Neither vulnerable, as Ssuth jou hold: AKQJS54 VKQ OAQ5 AAK The bidding has proceeded: South West- North East 2 A Pass 3 NT Pass n What do jou bid nosv? no trump or six spades. Partner is marked almost to a eertaintv wita the Wrg of dia- and an ace This is piac- t.cally the only holding nhicn justlf> a jump of thiee no trump. Q. as Sauth you hold: A AQJ 5 VQ3 6 3 0 K AAK 5 I The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 A 1 v 17 Pass What do ou bid now A spades, forcing to garr.e. A "iere jump rebid in hearts v ould be inadequate. Partner r.eeds very httle to produce a i am. and an eiiort snould be rrade to aescnbe the great power of >our hand On tr.e follov.ins rojnd it will be t.me enough to show jour fine heart support Q. S East-West vulner- able, as South jou hold: AJ 7 vQ 3 K10 S 7 4 3 AAJ 2 The bidding has proceeded: East South West Xorth 3 A Pass Pass 4 V What do j ou bid now''. clubs. Partner has in- nounced a pouerful hand on unich he can ivin most of the 10 tricks in his own hand. You may have just enough to bring total to 13. This will show adverse suit's ace and also a will- ingness to play at hearts. Be out early, meet people may be helpful. Emotional concerns distract you at work. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Keep your own counsel, pro- ceed quietly to the business at hand, get det'ai's squared away. 1973, The Chicago Tribune Ask Andy HERS ARE THE TICKETS-GET OUTTHERe.ANP THESE TICKETS COST FIFTY cENTftsifj-.urto'seoiNero fAtf .i WK5 IS TO SELL 15 RJfc CHARITV! TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan SOL.PIERS ARE COMING! THE SOUPIERS ARE COMINSJ Opal colors Andy sends a complete 20- volurae set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Susan Dee Thomas, 13, of High Point, North Carolina, for her question: Is it true that opals come in different colors? The ones we see most often are the so-called common opals that gleam like milky moon- beams. But there are rarer kinds that display all the tones and tints of the rainbow. The rarest and most precious is the black opal that shimmers like the watery mirror in a deep dark well. The various opals are classed as precious or semiprecious gem stone. The most valuable ones are judged on durability, plus their em- bedded specks of flashing color. w The basic material in opals Fun figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Each distinct letter in this multiplication stands for a par- ticular but different digit. You multiply a 4-digit num- ber by 3, and it gives a 4-digit product. That should tell you a lot about the letter S. and cor- respondingly about the D. What will LOGS be? Thanks for an idea to J. W. Holmes, Vancouver, B.C. (Answer tomorrow) Yesterdays' answer: Girl. 12 years old. Carstens named house leader BONN (Reuter) Dr. Karl Carstens. a former state secre- tary in both the chancellery and the foreign ministry, was elected parliamentary leader of the opposition Christian Demo- cratic Party (CDU) Thursday. He replaces Dr. Rainer Barzel, who resigned last week after a majority of CDU deputies voted against his recommendation to support a government bill pro- viding for the entry of West and East Germany into the United Nations. is silica, a compound of oxy- gen and silicon. This same abundant mineral is used to I make sand, various forms ofj plain and crystal quartz and a t rainbow assortment of agates and other semiprecious gem stones. The silica used to create opals is mixed with minuscule molecules of moisture. This mineral is not as bard as the solid silicates and only about twice as dense as water. The two basic ingredients are de- posited by warm seeping water, rich with dissolved chemicals. Together they form a glassy stone which may be transpar- ent, translucent or opaque. The background color may be j white or milky blue, brown or golden yellow, gleaming grey or midnight black. Even when the background color is quite plain, a polished opal has a soft, elegant luster. The most valuable plain color is the pre- cious white opal, with a ser- ene milky shine on its face. The plain colors are until you see the opals that have embedded specks of color. When you gaze deep into the glassy stone, you may see flick- ering flecks of pastel pinks and blues. Other types wink back with flashes of orange and tiny flames of fiery red. The fabu- lous fire opal has a basic color that ranges from hyacinth-red to honey yellow. It may be plain or embedded with a var- iety of flashes that look like fairy campfires. The common opal is plentiful in petrified wood and around hot springs. Fire opals and other precious beauties are found in Hungary. The glam- orous black opals are found in New South Wales and in Virgin Valley. Nevada. The winking colors, we are told, are caused when em- bedded moisture refracts the light. Different wave lengths of light are bent at different an- gles and separated to reveal glimpses of their rainbow col- ors. Opal jewels are not faceted I like diamonds to reveal an j array of glittering faces. Usu- ally, they are shaped into domes or oval cabochons to show smooth curved surfaces. Their embedded colors are flashiest when you gaze down through the hump or hold the glassy stones up to the light. The common and semiprec i o u s types are lovely and not too expensive. But the price of a rare precious opal is ver> high. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. Hunticgton Beach, California 9264S. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) WHY, COLONEL! WHAT A NICE SURPRISE! UFT US PREPARE TO PIE IN OUR HONOR" KNOW.. A FATHERLY CONCERN FOR MY INFERIORS MOVES METO LEAVE THE FORT OCCASIONALLY 10 POP OUT HERETO VISIT YOU AN? YOUR FELLOW PRIMATES IN tDUR QUAINT, If SOME- WHAT SQUALIP ------v BLONDIE-By Chic Young WHO'S Et-ROY ABERMATHY 7 1 BEETLE Mort Walker TRY SCME Of SAUCE, SARSE. IT'5 SUPPOSED TO 111 ABNER-By Andy Capp SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY CHISELIMG CREEP! o ON TH' RACK, MEVEK BUYS AMYTHWGS MAYBE TPAY'S GONNA BE DIFFERENT! PLEASE REFRAIN FROM SELLING THIS MAGAZINE WHILST I'M ACROSS THE STREET HAVINS A SANP-> WICH...1'M REAPING A CONTINUEC7 STORY! DAISY MAES SWEETNESS IS SOURED BY Ms D1AUA DOKG DESIRES MAH AFTER A HARD DAV TESTIN' MATTRESS AHISGOIM'HOMETO MAH SWEET WIRE MOvV THET VO' FED MEWHOTAH DESIRED, AH-yAwN.r- DESIRES TO CO TO AH'U- DESIRE A CLEAN SHIRT lls] TH'MAWMIN' GET OUT OF THIS RUT- BUILD A' NEW RIGHT, DIANA DORC5.TALL AMIS-ISA OBUECKO1 DESIRE.' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana AHEAA I'LL TAKE CARE OF NOW...WRERE'S THIS NAUGHTY ZIPPER I'M TAKING 6ETTY. THESE PLIERS DOWN TO YOU BE "S THE GIRLS' IN CLASS I LOCKER MISS SHAPELY'S ZIPPER IS STUCK..' HAGAR the HORRIBLE-By Oik Browns STOP FIDGETING 09. I'LL fJBVBG TIBLV HI AND LOIS-By Dik BRILLISAND THE SLITHV TCVES DID SVRE AND efMBLE IN THE WABE: ALL MIMsy WERE THE BOROGOVES, AND THEMOME RATHS OUTSRABE" "T DON'T UNDERSTAND THAT RART; DAD THAT'S THE ONLV PART I DO UNDERSTAND ;