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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETIIISRinGE H5RAID Novcmbu 10, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon TIIUIMIAV, MIV. Vour liirlluhiv Ini plain yourself and your views von may provoke disagreement. BeiiiR great results where you least expect them with subtle bene- fits. Accept suggestions grace- fullv. Ulll'S (Nnv. UJ-Dcc. find ili Delays in .schedules mere- moderate program unlay. Ann. susp somc ly lot the significant deeds come at more appropriate mo- ment.s. Simmer down. CAPIiK'OHN' (Dee. 22 .Ian. nl-ins in lavor of more timely inking advantage III': (.'oiumeiil on ollicrs ways lenl can't afford lo appear biased or careless with facts. AQl'AHIUS (.Ian. 20 Fell. Personalities under reason- j able self discipline may ad- vance your interests, particu- BLANKET AWE V INTO A SPORT K COAT.'I'M w- V I GAVE VOU TOST BLANKET TO KEEP FOR ME ONLY IS SEE w n MADE nrro A srwrr cow: iarly where you plan and ex- j TUMBlEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN ecute the whole action. i 191: doings, U" of late develop sue romantic exprr help us to figure out the ronto and foii- 'awards at the causes. All of th? salves that about the extent of foreign in- strength of surface gravity, j Yorkton Film Festival in Sas-' are worth anything for this vestment in Canada, took up a i When these tricky details are. arc prescription items and you collection at a mteting to help! computed, the answer may not; will need to see a doctor'for send delegates to a national be what we expect. Actually film ncluded P.l' "oMViTom If a Uke com m i 11 e e convention next the surface gravity of the earth j ducted by Josef Reeve and 'he one you described comes month, judged best documentary at the Cork Film Festival, and Big Horn, directed by Bill Echtialz, awarded first prize- for direction and technical excellence in Spindlcniv Jllyn, Czechoslova- ks only six times stronger than i back it definitely should be i Members collected in- j the moon's surface gravity, seen and usually treated again. I eluding S2 in U.S. bills. IS THE PRINCIPAL STILL BUYING SCHOOL EQUIPMENT AT AUCTIONS: HE COULDN'T AFFORD V, A COMPUTER....SO HE. GOT AN ADDING MACHINE! Weight is the measure of the kia. Norman M c I. a r e n Sm- chromy won a first prize at ihe International Week of Cinema in Color in Barcelona. WINS IN HOLLYWOOD The documentary Sad .Song 01 Yellow Skin by Mike Rubbo won two awards in the I'.S.. taking the best documentary prize at the Seventh Annual Hollywood Festival of World Television. and another award at the 7th Landers Associates Annual Award of Merit in New York. Doug Jpckson's Danny and Xicky won third prize for docu- mentary films at the III Inter- national Scientific Film Festival in Rio de Janicio. The 21st International Week of Tourist ami Folklore Films in i Knwcls selected rill Canning's Tentple.-- 'if Time .-is Mv best film do.'dini; with the prrsrna lion of nature. The International tary and Kvperinienlal Film Festival in Mnnlevidco, Fru-j gtiay. awarded four lop prizes' to NKB films-Rise and Fall of the (Ireak l.nkes. Mtilliple. Man, To See nr Not To ;md The Kye Hears. The SF.KKS I.IOI.'lilt Cl T POUT MORK.SHY (Renter i j A senior [xilice officer has de- rnanded nilhles', legislation in j I'apua-New (Jiiinea lo curb Ihe "wholesale drowning of the community in alcohol." He said lire drinking problem had be- come a national calamity. Su- perintendent S. Thomas told a commission inveslignting tho prolilem h''t c Ida! lie eu n had to rieal wilh drunken policemen. J GOREN ON BRIDGE SY CHARLES H. GOREN trick followed conventional Itf mi: East-West vulnerable. North deals NORTH A K 10 S K 10 A A K q .1 Q 10 9 I WEST EAST A A 9 A 5 4 854! 10 7 5 A.H Thp hiddinp: North East Smith Wpfit t NT PSJou weigh 100 pounds, on the lunar landscape you weigh only about 16' i "pounds. You also can jump six times higher and take six times longer strides. Questions asr.efl ny cnntlren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. Hunllngtnn Eeaca. California B2B-1R. (Copyright Chronicle 1'iililishing Co. 19711 HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne lac Is practices. West openea uw king of clubs on which North fol- lowed with the deuce, East with the three and South with the four. If West was la believe his partner's play, East had begun with a sin- deton club, for if he had two would have been proper to begin a high-low with the jack. Knowing that he could rash two club tricks as well .is the ace of spades, West was assured of being able to II'IIUI; take book. If he could get j East in, it would be possible lo ultimately wore n dla- J'tU mond ruff for the setting trick. With this objective in j (Mil mind, Wesl shifted at trick: i two in the. jack of diamonds placing the lead in dummy, was tempted to cross over to his blank ace of hearts and then return to (lummy in diamonds to dis- card his remaining club on the king of hearts. He was suspicious of West's shift, however, and fearing that a ruff was imminent, he has- tened to lead trumps. Tho eight of spades was led and South put up the jack. Wesl in with vhc ace and now was the time to put his part- ner in. Inslcnd at cashing (he ace of clubs, West returned the SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal IT, ng A good illustration is pre- five, no that East could ruft wmtcd in today's hand where tho trick with thn five ot West was able to uncover spades. A diamond return the Ming defense because enabled West to score he n s s u m c d that his partner's play to the first Villcr with tho nlno of man who iiv r- facts while he searched in a downtown-hot el met a judge v.ho was in- lerested in Ihe naked truth. Provincial .ludge George. Forbes was told by police that Ihe man had been asked lo remove his coat and shirt uhile being searched foi a cheque, that was reported stolen. The man insisted on a thor- ough search. He chopped his pants and whorls as well be- fore turning lo face hotel pat- rons. Kdward Mctiovorn Hoss, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to charges of causing n disturbance and committing an indecent, act. He was fined and was remanded lo Nov on 1 charges of Ihcft. I'LL TAKE 1 THI5 OWE you eo you GET THAT AMPKOK ON THE TABt.E OVfp THERE? its WHAT CO YA WANT ME T' PO WITH (T? I SO I SAIP TO 1 t YAk'... RLA-YAK... ;