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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 3, 1972 Your horOSCOpe By JEANE DIXON MTUllfMV, NOV. -I Your biiihuny loiliiy: Skills arc broughl to peak effective- ness, mostly solitary effort, Hie ultimate result depending on daily decisions. Today's natives nrc self-reliant, at home in this year's turbulent conditions ARIES (March 2I-AprII 191: Attend unfinished business first, however trivial; willingly per- sist, repeat words and figures. TAURUS (April 20-May lie the middle man, broker, peacemaker, messenger. Keep everybody talking while calmly punning bits and pieces of car- eer plans. GEMINI (May 21-Jmle For once you don't really have to turn the wheels others sup- ply power and direction. Go along for the ride. CANCEH (June 21-Jllly 22 In many ways Ihc promotion o harmony deserves your co-oper ation with others. Emotiona expression runs deep. LEO (July 23 Aug. 22) Three boastful words can undi weeks of preparation. Be pro pared to hear strong statement without direct reaction. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov. 3. 1972 British troops bombarded and captured Acre, Pales- tine, 132 years ago European at- tempts to mediate war be- tween Egypt and Turkey. At the same time, Russia was trying to split the Anglo- French alliance. An English general worked out a settle- ment which all powers agreed (o, but trouble soon arose again between Russia and Turkey. This time Brit- ain and France sided with Turkey and the Crimean War followed. suppression of the Hungarian revolution began. one of the Dionne quintuplets, entered a Quebec convent. M S Connemara and Retriever collided in the Irish Sea with 92 dead 1914-The First World War first came to the Eng- lish homeland when Ger- man warships bombarded Yarmouth. first Long Par- liament was assembled. VJJIGO (Aug. Si-pi. 221: If you have more zest for doing than your fellows, use all en- ergies toward agreed M u c h incomplete business attention. UBI1A (Scpl. 23 OH. Be up and out early lo do what's most convenient towards pro- ductive personal self-intercsl. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 211: Select activities which you du best alone. Avoid or unfamiliar methods. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Der; ovcr This is a Lime to slack off women (iomewhat on material ac-' livity. Take stock of where you're going in your spiritual i men life. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Join hands for firmer col- laboration. Build for belter un- derstanding. AQUARIUS (Jan 211-1'clj. A bargain can be found in long- sought supplies and equipment used for increased earnings. Learning to use it is something else. PISCES (Fell. llWIarcli Answer criticism if you must. but in mild, restrained lerms or deeds rather than words. (1972 Bv The Chicago Triliunr) What about sex during pregnancy? Dear Dr. Lamb I'm a married man and my wife is pregnant. I would like to knon how long can marital relations be going on (she's in her sev- enth She is worrying affairs with is keeping me home when I would like to go out and have some fun talking other men. I stay home drink because of this. Is it normal for women to acl this way when pregnant? Dear Reader Couples' in- dividiual living patterns are so variable that even when the wife isn't pregnant it is diffi- cult to answer your question specifically. Some women arc confident in their relationship with their husband and are well adjusted and don't make excessive demands on their husband's lime. They know if their husband is away from Tektite stone Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to John Voeller. age 11. of SI. Paul, Minnesota, for his question: Where can Icktites be tound? Chances are, Ihe most treas- tred sample in the average rock collection is a glassy lit- le tektite stone. Kot lhat its cash value compares with a i or even with a semiprec- ous mineral. However, it has more gratifying and satisfy- ng value to a curious mind. For the strange tcktites have ecrels that can itretch our knowledge of the earth includ- ng some dramatic encounters One tektite domain extends through Germany and Czechos- lovakia in Central Europe. An- other tektite area extends from the east of our continent to Af- rica, We regret that most of these liltle treasures must be lost on the deep floor o[ the ocean. We also know that tekiles ma} bs found in a vast area from China, through the Philippines and Australia. All lektiles are smallish stones measuring hall an inch to several inches. All have glassy surfaces that range n the remote past. Tektites are where you fine hem and in most places, a roc ound could waste bis lit earching and never find a one However, in the right places h ould find hundreds of the (range glassy stones, strewn ver a vast area, either on o artly buried in the ground and b black. plain Their odd shapes set GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. COHEN e "73 a, T> chlciH Tribm Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A32 OKJ82 0 Q J 3 7 4KQJ TOST EAST AKQ1087J A.i OK 10 5 0843Z 10 8 3 SOUTH A A.I .IB OAQ76J O A6 Pass Pass Pass The bidding: South West North IV i 3V 3 4 Pass 4 V 6 Pass Pass Opening lead: King of When North made a jump raise in hearts which shows from 13 to 16 points in sup- P o r t and at least four trumps, South resolved (o reach at least a small slam. His own hand was worth 22 points including an cstra point for all four aces. If North hart the right values, a grand slam might be in Ihe offing. To set the stage Tor a full investigation, South made a cue bid in the opponent's suit. When his partner merely returned to four hearts however, South Kave up on seven and settled lor a small slam. West opened Ihe king of spades and declarer played Ihe ace. lie cashed Ihe king nnd ace of trumps. Had hearts divided evenly, South could concede one spade, mlf two in dummy and dis- card the six of diamonds on Korth's third club. When West showed out on the second heart, declarer could not safely trump spades without subjecting himself to an overruff by East. He therefore drew the last tramp with the jack of hearts. A small diamond was led to the ace, followed by threa rounds of clubs on the last of which South discarded the six of diamonds. This left him in position to lead the queen of diamonds thru East for a ruffing finesse, if he decided lo play the latter for the king. The jacV .of dia- monds would serve as a sub- sequent parking place for one of his spades. The fall of the eight and ten of clubs from West's hand, however, suggested that the latter had only spades and diamonds left. This suggested a scheme to declarer that might succeed1 regardless of the location of Uie king of diamonds A spade was led and South played the nine, losing to West's ten. West could not avoid giv- ing South a trick on the re- turn. If he leads back the queen of spades, North ruffs and declarer's jack is estab- lished. The lead of a small spade presents South with a free finesse. Finally a dia- mond shift must establish nt least one discard in that suit no matter which defender has the king. West tabled his card? in .1 graceful concession, lo his, ipponent. them apart from average earth stones and tempt us lo think of other alien pebbles from worlds. They come neat shiny balls or rods, flat or fat, twisled in coils, modeled like slubby-sleinmed mushrooms or slim waisted dumbclls. The mineral ingredients in teklites are mostly the eight most common elements in the earth's crust. Their glassy skins are fused from our most plenti- ful elements, silicon and oxy- gen. Nevertheless, the experts verify our suspicions lhat tek- titcs, are not native earlhlings. They arc grounded space trav- elers lliat arrived here in Groups at different times in Ihe distant past. Their glassy skins became fused as they plummeted down through the earth's atmosphere. As with all stones, it is pos- sible to date dramatic events in their past and in this case most important date lime of arrival. The tektiles 'mind from the Appalachians to Texas are believed lo have ancled some time between 13 million and 35 million years ago. At present, nobody knows for certain where our grounded space travelers came from, but .here are three reasonable .heories. One .suRgesLs lhat they solidified from molten globules vhcn monstrous meteorites crashed onto the earth. Others mggest they are fragments hurled from the moon when monster meteors struck the unar landscape. The third heory sutrpesls thai our tck- iles are fragments of shatter- )'l asteroids fror.', the remote between tlir- orbits of 'lars 2nd Jupiter. However, it s computed that such a trip vculd take ten million years tid the space traveling careers i our tcktilcs annear lo have asletl no longer Ihan about 10, years. Questions asked Ijy children HOWTO DO" ARCHIE-By Bob Montana because quences. of the animal se- The association said ABC also had edited out a don- key-killing scene from 20th Cen- tury Fox's Patton. Harold Melniker, director of I110 AIIA's Hollywood office said: "This action by ABC is heartening since it tells motion picture producers lhat the net- works will not tolerate animal misuse in films, and objection- able animal footage will be dropped prior lo network air- ing." LIVING COST UP SANTIAGO (AP) The cost of living rose 22.2 per cent in September, making a record in- crease of 99.8 per cent during .he first nine months of 1972, be government of Chile an- lounccd YOU DEDICATE Z THE NEW POOL.... THE PHOTOGRAPHER TAKES YOUR PICTURE.. THEN YOU TURN AND WALK TO THE .MICROPHONE.' HI AND LOIS-Bl Dik IF MV TEETH WERE THAT YELLOW. SHE'D SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal LIFE ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. Edwords Biiinxunomr TIC SHMT OVER M HILLS AND SOON CW1E TO THE OPENIMC IN 1HE Tlllrt. TlOOK- BlUK-16 I TIKE TRACKS-, TfHf FCNCf Mf Sltft CUT !j 100 CO CIT MP> III CIIMC COHS BACK IH AHP JllfH START 10 mil PIP VOJ HEAR WHAT HAPPENED TD THE KNI6HT? OSSON POACHEP HM! BUGS BUNNY LOOKS LIKE SVLVESTERS GETTIN' TH' BUM'S RUSH AftAIM FSKTRYIN'T' CHISBLAFRESMEAL! WHAT WAS THAT ALL A3OUTT EL-SWANKO IS NOTED 1 "FOR ITS IMPECCABLE j ;