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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 IHf IHTHflSIOr.F MHAlll November 30, 1971 Youi' horoscope By Jeane Dixon Your lu e.'ir S dill you've tn thlnp. gM of your M TU in i ZO-.Miiy Ml: thmmlu lives often --evcral d'.rv Olisiy ARILS M.I Take day or in: ceed in fiiilli inluilmn, take Hit1 initiatiu'. t.lulj 221: Sur- you've though! ii over a while. Whatever arrangement you and your ouu people settle for HKM1M i May lil-June 201: juM .1 pai'se for coinmli- iiii-ation ,dl comes up roses rratst include something for in '.our v.nrlil today. There's a j everybody, a real lu.i- to ivK'I'raH1, loved ones concensus. "I1 I.IUKA ri-Oct, CAM KK ..lime 2l-.luly 22i; Seemingly tiohudy is In in. clear direction is tome ritihl otu and say what iinci you must pro- they'll do fur >nu and your pro- j jects. Proceed alone SCOItl'Kl l Del. U.TAciv. 21-: Select work which needs no 1 LAWRENCE E. LAMB. M. D. S jt'uilx'lic's diet should cut Idt nio [jiTiit ke a blue pill after each Doc says so, but hen I feel good, althoupli .svt1 an impainiiont of my and a bit of rheumatism, has rot whipped me yet. Iicailer Your doctor thinks you are doing 'I'he first principle of SAIiliTAHU'S (Nnv. 22-riec. -11: Tin.1 opliinuin of anything is beyi'jid reasonable cxpiTtation fur the niiiiiienL SiMtle for what your daily liv- ing brings; nourish unir spirit with prayer. CAl'KICOKX (Dec, It's difficult to reMst the tempi at ion of peo- ple, soi'linf; cut a ci'cw for some favored venture. Wait another day. Aqi'AIUt'S (Jjm. New combinations of fam- people pop all around. In mttst cases UKI wander where and when lu make your decisions known. PISCES (Feb. March 20i: A favorite project now gathers momentum as you apply your- self to working out an orderly adjustment. Ity The Triltimc) What Andy sends a complete "it- volume set of the World Hook Encyclopedia to Ruth Craig, age 12. of Vinoland, Ontario, for her question: dk'ivtir diet is fo avoid or dim- j What exactly arp any excess body fat. Ad- The mighty atom is invisibly must be t small 'nmnt1'! in relation to the diabetes is and if insul- required. About half of (he and no instrument can observe it.s fantastic details. smashers were invented and several other nuclear particles were discovered. In 1956, a mighty synchrotron was used to shoot protons at a target and send showers of nuclear frag- Howevcr, we cannot sec thun- j ments through an iron wall, 42 der. though we can detect it in-! feet thick. Only neutrinos could or doudmins joy a couple ci the men: r" about v tions. a win with nomV r'hk. that grmirii '.v' ning meal T have i ger, potato with raisins, nonfat milk, di: and a CUD of imitation coffc Buv T still know with mild diabetes have j directly from the sound it get through this harrier. They tin trouble after they eliminate makes. Scientists probe the traced their activities on sensi- fat. atom indirectly, by studying the tive recording older people some-times have behavior of its energetic par- proved that neutrinos a liule higher blood sugar, i tides. Chemical changes reveal exist and perform as doctors don't like to do its shells of negative electrons. tor. much because that loo can The nucleus is harder to probe. In radioactive decay, they do cause barm. A dialxMic test re- j But one big mystery was solvrd j indeed carry off the quota of spouse in a person who has n-hen radioactivity introduced energy to balance the books of been on a diet, and limited their neutrinos. j conservation. The electron carbohydrate.'; (starches and j mass is very small, but physi- means nothing unless: Chemists see the atom as a cists suspect thri the neutrino the blood sugar test is positive nucleus, with shells of i has mass at all. But every negative electrons ready to per-: second, it whips through JRfi.OOO massless neutrino travels non- stop thi-ouch the universe at be doing rather well with your j a fuzzy unit of particles pulsing present habit. you are eat- in wave-like energies. They inc me.lidos protein the build- traced the laws that govern i tin-speed of light. Only a coin- ing material for tissue) and ap- numerous atomic nuclei as they sion with an antineutrino can too many i break apart in natural radioac- i disintegrate it. But this belongs in the yen name i: Doubt I eve means loafinc much that he done that i them. the heat energy in A lot of people wculd do well to follow r example. You should take a vitamin pill once a day just in case you get lax on some foods that really are essential to your diet. If your doctor is giving if to retire you pills for your heart, it is es- there is --o sentiai that you keep taking in the fascinating story of anti- matter. asucf) by cnnmen of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 7K. Huntington BeacH, California (Copyright Chronicle GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. OOREN vulnerable. North South iasi deals. NORTH WEST EAST A J 7 A Q 10 V A Q J 7 10 8 8 0 10 4 2 C K J 4 K Q J 7 A AS SOUTH A 432 J74 c- A 108 The bidding; East South West North Pass 1 A I'ass Pass Dble. Pass Pess Pass Opening lead: King of The Spir, gold Knockout Team of Four Championship, one of orifice's p r e m i o r events, was won this sum- mer for the second succes- sive year by a team of young players captained by Joel Stuart and including, Steve Altman and Holer all of New York and Tom Smith of Grrf'nwich. Conn. The fifth member was Gene Neiger of New York won his firs! national title. Playing Precision Sys- tem of birid me whifh is based on an open- ing one club hid to drsignate a hand fon'.airur.L' ]fi high card points or more- i which has paired incrf-asine favor flnH prtrtbl-T) r 3 hvely inexperienced Chinese Team to finish second in both the ]9fiH and lf'70 World Champi- Stunrt's team knocked off a star studded field and in the final round turned hack Ma the and Don Krauss of Ant-eles, Norman Knv, I'hil.'jrfolphia. and KrliVir Kaplan, New York, by rt narrow nuirgin. One nf the hands that con- tributed to thf winner's mar- tjin is presented (oday Al the t.-it.l.- wln-rc tin-- Pre "i-i K m Timlin were seated Kast and WcM, the bidding dfpictf-d in the Sr-ith rnnnf lo in sf-nirni one rliih althn lie hold only 12 f.-ird pnint> nnd com- nletclv CVL-N di.sti tb'.jlioji -ini the vulnerability was unfa- vorable. West passed and so did North since he lacked the six points required to keep the bidding open. East reopened the proceed- ings with a takeout double. This us preferable to bidding one spade, not only because Kast has support for other suits, but it also allows for a leave case partner is well-heeled in the opponent's suit The minimum point eount requirement for the double in this position is about 10 in high cards. West was, of course, delighted to pass after South failed to rescue himself and North had no place to run, so one club doubled became the fi- nal contract. West Jed the king of clubs and altho the declarer held off. West continued with the queen and South played the ace Declarer, unfortunately, had no place to go for tricks. He led a spade which was ducked into the Ecst hand. West won the heart shift, drew the remaining trumps with the jack and seven of cluhs and then played the jack of spades thru the king. Kast proceeded to mop up four more tricks in that suit. In all. the defense scored five spades, two hearts, and four clubs. South took only the minor suit aces arid suf- fered a point deficit on the deal. Had be run to one heart, he might have sal- vaged !wo more tricks and limited his loss in BOO points. Al the other table, Jhe Pre- f sion plnyer passed the South hand, since 12 high c.'ird points do not constitute an opening bid lacking dis- tributional values. Wesl opened the bidding in third position with one club. His partner responded with one sparlo and when rebid one no trump. Kast raised to two as a invitation, Wor.t had only l.T hiqh card points and chose to pass. Since rhe cards were favora- bly loriW'd, be had no trou- blf m taking In tricks for profit of ifid points [130 plus iKinn.s awarded for a part The hugp set rpgis- Irred by Stuart'? team ,v the nlber table netted the Pre.-i- sion players a I 220 noinl swing. tivity. Hern the key word is eonservaiion. In ecology, consf.'n-ation means saving the earth's re- i sources by sensible recycling processes In radioactive de- cay, numerous aiomic nuclei break apart. But the process conserves the original matter, or mass and energy and alj-'o i obeys strict conservation law? i on other levels. Or so it seemed. In this dynamic process, j numerous nuclei shoot off var- j Sous particles and energies in alpha, beta and gamma rays. In alpha and gamma rays, it i was possible to measure and i prove the laws of conservation haV of The original nuclei equaled' the limchcon wcrc fmmd daughter nuclei, plus the energy emitted and the mass of the lost particles. In alpha and gamma rays, the radioactive substance balanced tbe books of conservation. But some of the energy was unaccounted for in beta rays. Beta particles are high speed electrons and some had less energy tton they should. Or so it seemed. If this were I rue, it would upset the laws of conservation on several levels Scientists reasoned that this was not likely. .Most likely they had failed to detect something. So, in 1930, they invented [he sort of particle that could bal- ance the books. They would have detected a positive or ne- eight stores Monday at Creston, in southeastern British Colum- bia. and Dawson Creek in the Peace River district. The Swift Canadian Co. Ltd advised all distributors to re- move a particular lot of the meat from stores three days Hat and Edmonton and a num- her of British Columbia com- munities indicate the tins were still on many store shelves. i Swift's lioad office in Toronto Issued the voluntary recall last Friday on a coded shipment which may not have been cook- ed enough to kill lethal bacteria. SECRETS OX SHOW DURHAM. England (CP) gativc charge. So the stranger j The dusty plans of old Durham mtust be an infinitesimal neu- j iail were hastily withdrawn tral particle. They called it the from a historical exhibition neutrino, the little neutral one. when someone noticed they in- It was predicUvl that the un- eluded part of the building now discovered neutrinos shared en- used as the top security section orgy with the beta electrons i for important prisoners. The and whisked it away undo- 120-year-oid blueprints might tected. i have provided some clues for Meantime. mighty atom- i jail-breakers. HUMPKEP (COLLARS A WEEK NOT 7EVER10NE KNOWS TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN BLONDIE-By Chic Youna Lethal meat at Creston CRESTOX. B.C. i "----SissaEl i BttTLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker I CAN'T SO ON MAVe SLISTE.ee I MAVE f I j HAVE I ON MV LI L ABNER-8y Al Capp Bob Montana NO, SILLY.' WE'RE. WHAT'S THE MATTER ARE I A TAN YOU ALL DROOLING OVER THE WAY I YOU HOLD AN ALUMINUM PIE PL THEY UNDER I SELL THEM YOUR IN THE V LOOSE.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne I CANT LET YOU IN IF YOU'RE TO RUN ALL OVER THE PLACE I'LL JUST SIT HERE QUIETLY AND PLAY WITH MY SUNBEAM HAS A HEADACHE i BUT SHE WON'T IP V I RAISE THE SHADE A J'. LITTLE I hospital i SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal EDMONTON (CTi A men to Mievr he lovrd IKT tal Imspila] escapee who held She sairl when Folster came an ICdmonton woman and her !o her s'ster's borne where she nephew prisoner for 2-1 hours was visiting she lokl him she May 2 then raped the woman j did net want to sec him. Fol- was sentenced Monday to six i slcr then the phone from years. I the wall and liegnn hilling her. Ralph Folster, 27. received j Me also hit her nephew when six years for rape and two i he tried lo intervene, year concurrent sentences on Kolsicr then got a knife from each of two aMudion charges the kilchen and forced her and Folster had Ix.'en committed i her nephew to accompany him to the hcspilal on a lieutenant- (o a shade near Hie river, s-hc governor's warrant and Dr.: said. He forced them to remain Brian Dorran, a medloal offi- I I here for 21 hours and raped cor in the Forensic unil. Irsli- her during the nifiht. Folster was a In Defense counsel Slllart liar- society, but there was nolliing: IXT told the court thai it was a I he hospital could do. si.rar.gc kind of justice that put j I.OVKD IM'.ll a man in a mental institution The rape victim testified thai j hecause he was not responsible I she had met Folster at the IMS- j [or his ads anil then convicted I pilal where she was aho a pa-j him of an offence committed tient and that she had reason i when he escaped. BUGS BUNNY ;