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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THl lETHBRIDOt HERAIP Timdny, 10, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON Wcdncsdn.t, It Your birtlillav I n tl .1 y: (July ?3-AtiX- '''or Marks a distinct break with imlv ;s VCiy likely yon have whatever your pas has been. (l) your muscles and re- handle. Working alone brings nerships. Snch deals have only springs readily on any provoca [lie best results. a short time before they are tion. I'lSfKS 1 ID-March MU You should plug away Adl'AKIl'S (Jan. 20 I'i'li. at vancement, expecting no great The future is up Vo you. Kola- where you have leads you into C0.0pei.ali0llp particularly froi ffiSTAWANT THAT LCOK5 fUl Of SHAW MAYBE THE UlArTRBy KrvOUlS TrB.rviVON.., I'LL IW, AW> CONVER5ATICN WITH HER.. lionships arc subject in re- vision. Today's natives have a lot of end-try once they focus on a definite fie'i! of specialised interest ARIK-S (March '.M-April Correction of yesterday's er- verbal commitments, i carrying more than your share ihgfc close to you emotionally. VIKGO (Aua. for a brief period. Your advice (1572 lly The Chicago Trihunrl Know that the coolest review of tlie situation conies to some' people as bitter criticism, to abstain from comment. UltltA (Sept. 23-Ott. TOMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan rors and lapses may (ill your personal goals are subject to day. Making amends is a priv- reaetions you mi-.y expect little or nothing ['alienee saves tlic day. sc'HHi'io (Oct. in Help b ring s unexpected others manage or decide import- .strings. Temptation is a ant matters brings later con- i impulse to splurge with funds ilege rattier than a duty. TAUKl'S Oiml 211-Slay early .sum ciil diligence l.ettim; fusion: don't. C-KMISI (.May The stronger th vou need for more practical pur- set of the Merit Slu- SAGITTAHH'S (Nov. the moYeTvivid Hie comment -H Your enthusiasm ami ener- out by today, stresses, nemmeber your past actions, j sympathetic. CAXCKR (Jilni- 1 CAPRICORN' (Drc. 22 .Ian. Self-confidence should not make I ipv YOU shouldn't agree to in- vou take on more than yon can volvement in any hidden part- GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES H. COHEN 1JI3 Br Ttv; Cfcuio Tfibjlt BiiiDcr: ouiz ANSWERS Q. 1 Both vulnerable. V-MI tioltL 751 vK.H 5 A" S2 Tlie bidding has proceeded: South West N'nrth East 1 NT Dole- 3 0 What do you bid now? Partner shoulrl bsvc the next Q. South, nnl vulner- able, you hold: AJ10 3 The bidding has proceeded: East South Wfsl North Pass Pass Pass 1 Past 1 Pass 2 Pass 1 What do you bid no trump. This hand contains 11 points In high cards- >ou fhould certainly make- more try since your valuci lare distributed In all four suits. If partner three spsdes. It i day Q. South, not vulner- able, you hold: AAK1Q VJAQ98J OS42 The bidding has proceeded: Couth West North East 1 v? Pass 2 Pass It What rlo you bid now? hearts. This bird Hot eligible ai a two no trump rebrj because It lacks a stopper In diamonds. Valued at hearts, hand 1s worth 15 rottus which places It al tlie top of the minimum rinse (n flelf defense vou should return In three spadci q, are vulnerable, have a part score of 70 and hold: AAK03S53 OK 5 ifc5 What is your opening bid' A be inclined to relax the standard requirements forlao bids In this case, Thrre Is loo likelihood that partner even delinlte values- will take no action over a one spade hid which "put you out" and a slam may be miised. An opening bid of two spades Is recom- mended, with the suggestion that lightly after thai. fl. South, vulnerable, you hold: A3S653CJQKIS The bidding has proceeded: Wesl North East Strath 3 4 Dble. Pass What do you bid? posslhllltlej shauH jpl be overlooked with thts hand, and the wav to start probing is by a cut hid of four dubs Your next stnp will de- pend upon partner's action av this point, Q. 7 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: VJK.I107432 OJ3 The bidding has proceeded: Nnrth East Smith WMl 1 Pass 1 v7 Pass 3 Pass 3 :7 Pass 3 A Pass J VVhat do you bid now? this hand you but or.e and .suggested call at this point four hearts. If partner wishes tt> So to five clubs he is it libf.rty to do so but. we would rathef along at this point a seven card suit, Q. S East-West miner able, as South you tiold: AAKS75 OQJ5 The bidding has proceeded: North East Sonlh West 1 (7 Past 1 4 Pail 3 A Pan What do you bid now? choice la for t portrlnz bid of four clubi. That the hand will surely make at least six clubs there can no doubt, but by proceeding llowlr we may obtain sufficient Infor- mation upon which to base a Srand slam effort- ClvlnJ Imme- diate club support Is preferable to i rebid. of ipailei. dents Encyclopedia to Kathy ilaas, age 12. of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, for her rmes- lion: What makes a jumping bean This year, as usual, the jumping bean has baffled a new generation of human chil- dren. Ncbody expects a bean to so bouncing around like a bronco. Nohrxly expects a vege- table to make any sort of move on its own- But at certain times j of tlie year, remarkable, three cornered beens are sold in nov- around like a miniature bronco. Moth type insects, however, must change through four dis- tinct stages, and each stage lasts only so long. When the jumping bean larva gorges her fill, sho becomes drowsy and changes into her pupa stage, j The pupa sleeps the jump- ing beau's jumping days are' Tile pupa, of course, is not city shops in the United Slates, Canada and possibly other coun- tries. Anti no doubt about it, j these jumping beans do jump i at least for a while. i This is a two-part story that begins in Central or South America. It involved a plant of the Euphorbiaceac, or spurge, "aniily and an insect named j the final stage of life for the moth. While it sleeps, its body metnmorphized and remodel- ed. The creature that emerges is a winged adult, ready to mate and produce eggs that i will start the next generation of mysterious jumping beans. The nibbling larva left a thin wall at one end of the bean. The newly hatched moth pushes her way through this spot and flutters forth to find those mod- est flowers lhat bloom on the s a 11 i t a n s. The I rjgnt, species of desert spurges -purge is related to the i'hrr'- questions asr.ea uy cmiiinui mas red poinseltia and also of Herald readers snould be :he dainty snow-on-the-moun- iains that "grows in shady gar- dens. Most spurges have milky mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 763, Huntinglon Beaca, California 92648. white sap, and some of the tropical species produce latex j that can be used to make rub- bery substances. The spurges in our story arc rather scrawny trees and- shrubs lhat grow among the desert vegetation of semi-tropi- cal America. In spring they produce dran little flowers. You would hardly notice them but they are noticed by the gypsy moth relative of our story. When the female is ready to lay her eggs, she seeks out these particular spurge blos- soms. She is a small, drabbish By THE CANADIAN PRESS grey moth, and you would hardly notice her either, as she flutters around placing an egg into one. then another and an- other c'-rab littfe spurge blos- som. When her duty is complet- ed, she dies and departs from our story. Soon the spurge petals fall Mid each moth egg sleeps safe- ly inside a developing seed. When the egg hatches, t h e grubby larva finds itself inside a small edible bean. Naturally it eats away at the inside walls of its little prison. Tlie hean anrt the grub grow together, and the growing grub hollows out the inside of the bean- After a while, she feels rath- er cramped and in need of ex- ercise. So she coils her cater- pillar body like a spring and lets go with a jerk. You can guess what happens. The moth larva is strong enough to move the whole bean. Every time she does her setting-up exer- (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. IB72) Today in history Ocl. 10, 1972 A Canadian refunding loan was reported fully subscribed 38 years ago 19J4. More than half of the required total had been subscribed the first day the issue was offered. volcanic eruption forced the evacuation of. the island of Tristan de Cunha in the south Atlantic. Motors' workers at Windsor. Ont., struck for a new contract. massed troops, ready to invade Pal- estine if the Jews seized the state. Assembly of the League of Nations decided to apply sanctions against Italy for the invasion of IWIORE HIM! A I.APVSriCULPLF.T THE GENTLEMAN! MAKE FIRST MOVE] BlONDIE-By Chic Youns BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Woiker >4E CANT EE you, 5APSE ll'l. ABNER-By Al Capp LATEST STUDIES 5WTHATTHEPE. J OUR. LATEST STUD IE SHCA ISONE-AV HOUSEWIFE LjOYAL, PATi EMT AH D SUCH A SPLENDID J Ethiopia. ___ Chinese republi ;ises, the jumping Txan jumps can revolution broke out. DAJSYM AE YOKUM BRANDED NATIONAL HAZARD BY RALPH ____ Washington, D.C. 'Her perfection other U.S. A. ,ooX 'I'se abates oaiiano IS, A NASHUMAL T THAT -TUAT, IM CONTRAST; OTHER HOUSEWIVES AP.E u.l. DOGPArCH N, H S PROUD xxAJ 'A ARCHIE-By Bob Montana ON THE J-LAZY-5-By T. H. Edwards ARCHIE. AREN'T YOJ THKILLtV? TO 6ET TWO TICKETS TO THE KIDS WENT TO BEO EARLY 00 V THEY LAY AVAKE FOR ALONG TIME. FRIDAY- BUCCT AND KSTENING TO TIP 3OHNSON AMD VtTEV ARE HCADEOUPTO THE OTHER RANCHERS TALKING-- cow CAMP TORTHC FALL TOUNO-OP. FIVE THIBTY COMES EARLY I SAPDVE THEN AND ECtS HI AND LOIS-By Dil< Browns THEY HURRY DOWN IO HiC SAl T L 1CV.- THE SON WAS up BY BFCAUSS HE SPENDS TOE f NEXT HOUR CGVtPLAWINS HOW WISH TAXES EVERTr-TIME SEE TED, HE 5PEMDS THE FIRST HOUR BffAJSIfB ABOUT V.Otl HIS CHILBje; OO IW SCHOOL ANP HavV THrS SCHOOL SYSTEM IS A mn'ffnoT ORDINARY 100k' A! HIK ONt--. OLO SPLIT TOE Dtp I HOPS TMS SffiTHG AREN'T 60INS TO BE AT THE CK111E IN SALT I.ICK THEN PKK win up, H THE WAY BACK SHORT RIBS-By Frink O'Neal YAKNCW, BEING AM IUU- BREP, OVBReEARIN' CRESPHASfTS 1 WSAE YOU GOT oar OF ;