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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THl LETHBRIDCE HEPAIO Friday, New mbrr 19, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon .-IT.. MIV. :o Your ludi" Tidy the [in Ills Ihnvirp. linnn.i! MOT urni'iii; up. Any reasonable program urMK'd in diligtti! m of vision, 'insects do not i Temptation to exwl your see colors as we do and some cheer' 'Hlve'ilurc are indicated you see a divergence of pcrsoii- althou'gh vat IKIVI- lo supply most of tin- drive and per.sua- sion to fill the program, lie. 1 patient until others join in. i (May 21 June I An intercsiinii sideline j possible and fur a short time offers increased enniinp at lit-; (tie effort. He-member it's only temporary. I CANC'KI! (.lime 21 July You alme.st certainly come to tlie attention of people you'd values. There is no conver- >cu merely learn to ac- cept the whole person as he happers to be. SAIilTTAIilL'S (Nov. 22-Dec. (living is the preferred cp lUMBLEWEEnS-Sy TOM K. RYAN r-OR THE PENeFiT OF VOU POOHAWKS WHO !W YOURSELVES A BIT UNPERSNUCK E55 THAN SATEP WILL CAP sources. Realize this give unstintingly what Just as soon seeing. Itiere- be m good form, sclf-pos- sessed pesky hue r.nnov u-- them wit can suuiy >uch problems ivhy the niayf'U's anil .June bugs swarm ani'.md street lights and patio lamps. There seems no ptirpnse it, becauso this (at.il attraction for bright lights draws countless injects into the ultraviolet range whitch is invisible to us. All col- nrs, of course, are different wave lengths of light and light fan- cied authority may show you it 15 fan out from the source in' straight lines. However, when light from the distant sun, moon and stars reaches has unexpectedly near-at-hand limits, shallow spots. VIRGO (Allg 21. Sept Nothing settles into its expect- No harm is done unless you fret over the transient state of I affairs. LIBRA (Sept. Oct. tion comes in response another time, from other fully: vou can afford. fAPIUfOIlN (Dec. 22 Jan. 191: Public notice is annoying and limits your activity for a brief while: but if you react well and pleasantly you gain in many special ways. AQUARIUS 20 Feb. Today you may have to ex- plain w-hy you do what you do, and perhaps something of how you do it. Offer this in good spirit and graceful courtesy, ts asked. PISCES (Feb. March .loint or family financial de- tails should demand full atten- tion. Remember yotir long- the earth, its revs eliiig in more or le lirrs. Rays from a to their Pass 37 (9 4 A 5 Dhle. Pass Pass Opening lead: King of The original opening of the queen of diamonds would have led to the prompt re- cording of a 500 point profit for East and West against South'a contract of five spades doubled, because nftcr the defense cashes out three tricks in that suit, East still must score Lhs flee of clubs. There, is much to he said in favor of a diamond open- ing, if West takes time to examine the evidence which. is readily available from the auction. His partner made a jump raise in hearts origi- nally, promising n points in support of that suit. Since West holds all thc high cards in hearts and the opponents have contested vigorously in- spades, it may be presumed that East's high card sacrifice at such a high level suggests tbat West's oppo- nent may be void of hearts. Time may therefore be of the essence, while the defense still holds the initiative. West actually chose to, open '.he king of hearts] against five spades doubled and South ruffed with the eight of spades. The ten of spades was overtaken by dummy's jack to lead a club. East followed with the eight and declarer put up the king. When this held the trick, ha continued the suit and East u-as in with the queen of clubs. A heart was returned and trumped with the nine of spades. A third round of clubs was ruffed with the king of spades and when both the jack and ace of clubs appeared, South's side suit was established. A spade put declarer in with the ace to draw the remaining trump. The nine and six of clubs; were cashed on which North discarded two diamonds. A diamond was led to the king and tho this lost to East's nee. South had the queen of rpades left to ruff the heart return and his losers on the clep.1 were limited to one club and one diamond. East could have recovered for the defense even after West fails to lead a diamond originally. When the club is led from dummy at trick three. East must put up tho queen. This forces South to play the king in order to win the trick and, at thc same time, it leaves East with the eight so that he can undep. birth. Aspirin, tranquilizers. al- cohol, caffeine in colas, coffee ar.d tea do pass into the baby's circulation. This is why the mother's health is so critical during pregnancy. Children born to mothers who smoke have been reported to be more likely to have convulsions than babies born to nonsmok- ing mothers. Having a baby is much like preparing for an athletic event The mother should stay in the best of health, avoiding expo- U Lit. w. tj Unless you develop other dif- sure to contagious diseases fictilties, I shouldn't think that She should avoid getting fat, or.-- cr two cups nf coffee, a eat a well balanced diet for day will harm either you cr i both herself and the baby, ex the baby. If you are concerned ercise properly and avoid too about it. why not switch to a decaffeinated product and still many bad habits. The first pre- requisite to a healthy toby ii enjoy your morning coffee? One a healthy mothcr. Oh, yes, con- j cockta'il once a week is not! g.-atulaticns._________________ Device detects lung cancer .MONTREAL (CP) A new va, he said, although nothing device that allows doctors to j showed on x-rays, lock directly into the airways of! "After using the new ma- th" lira" is "being used at. Mont-! chine to examine the individua real's Edward Chest j side branches of the lung, we Hospital to detect lung cancer 1 were able to pinpoint the can- ccr." two or four months earlier than was possible before. Dr. D. D. Munro, the hospi- tal's chief surgeon, said thc cptical device has "already helped save lives." Doctors now can visually probe obscure airways in the lung that were unreachable with equip- ment. The Royal Edward is be- lieved lo be thc first hospital in Canada to have tlie device, j s called a flexible fiberoptic p. bronchoscope. a small diame-........ tor flexible tube consisting of a light source, and cptical sys- tem, fir Mimro r.aid only i.he main i airways of the lung could be i examined previously because I of the rigidity of old equipment. "Even if "an x-ray showed something abnormal in the Bridge Results MARKVIM'-WWOP THE SHIFTY EVE5 I TIPPED ME TO SHORT CUT WHERE LIES I POETIC EARS V DETECT--- STRONG VIBRATIONST Of f.r- J GOT FONNY STORY FORlCO. A TRAVELLIMK BLUBBER. SALESMAN'S SLED BROKE AT A LONESOME i------------" ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WE HAD LUNCH NO, PROBABLY A I RAN OFF WITH SOME- ONE'S LUNCH I WONDER WHOSE DOC IT IS? JOSHEAD, QJD YOU SEE THKT DOS CARRYINS THE LUNCH PAIL? THAT'S NO WAV TO TALK ABOUT ONE OF OUR GIRL STUDENTS.' LOOK.' LOOK AT THIS CARRYINS LUNCH HI AND tOIS-By Dik Browne LADIES WED NOV. 10 1. Wrs. H. FOSS AFTERNOON D.B.C. -id K. W. We- Turner one! Mrs. Heinitz nnrt Mrs. EVENING D.B.C. THIRSTY, COULD I INTERRUPT YOU FOR A SECOND: HAMILTON WED, NOV, It N.S. 1. R. Jurkovlch and V. Fu> da: I. R. Chapmnn nnd W. L. Wfltei F l Mr find f7. Parro 3 Y Epnfcn and P Prnmi'-.hu I flnr) M. THURSDAY NIGHT D.B.C. NOV. H "j Tif 1 1 Vr and A'.rs H'jnifncl Mr. nnd Mrs. N, li SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal Ktrcngth is located" in clubs .play on the club continua- and diamonds. West has lion. West goes in on UK BCC- In superior sequence in dia- monds which points lo the desirability of attacking in that suit. Ore final factor is th.it East's repeated raises as well Sguth'ft wjU'ifioeH (a end round of clubs with tha ten and n diamond switch enables the defense to cash out three more tricks and end up with a 500 point profit instead of an 350 point deficjti chest, if the Ic.sion was Itieatod in one of thc side branches, we would have bad io lot thc tu- mor grow and extend far enough centrally for il to be- come visual to us." SKKN nmi'XJTLY Now cancers can be seen di- redly and a diagnosis made in a very few minutes from what on an x-rays appear tn only an obscure sbndou. Dr. Munrn said. Ho also noted the new equip- ment, has used lo detect many lung diseases in their early slr-tfr-s of development uhicti wore Ion lo fbow (i up on x-rfiys. t; f-'or cancer cells w were found in a patient's sali- y, icxlman snd C. Wobick flnd H. Bnl- Mkhflciis and FRIDAY NIGHT D.B.C. NOV. U N.S. 1 Mrs, H. F. Rflllntir nnrt Mrs. T Topping; 2. 0. R. Rentsen flnd N 3 M. Ainscouqh and M. Mr.- T l.V I. P. Woliicfc nnd R. Sf, ,rk. t.'.r t.'r', V.'. 1 pf-rry an-j l.rs Sftntfl. UNIT GAME NOV. 14 INDIVIDUAL CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP winner: 7. K -me I BUGS BUNNY Writ W u iinki tn nil pMvc F uhn .it n'.n r. j fi, surrr' 'directors elected ycnr term nrn N. Pntson. 'rr, D I owennerfi nnrJ C I Icrtcd tri (ill unetolrod two wrrft R. Rdlrtwin flnd M n Vv', W.cDonfllrl rrciipfrftlinci car LET'S PUT IT "A THIS WAV... ...YOU CAM E1TH6K LOOK AT IT NOW, OK POSTPONE TH' AGONY UNTIL M ;