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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday, Oclobir 18, 1972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON T11VUSDAY. IKT. Your birthday Unlay: You will seek out your limitations they be Brent or small, real or mainly imagined. To- i O J 3 7 6 SOUTH A AK Q V KCCI O K 8 3 i, A 9 6 The bidding: South West North East 2 .NT Pass NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Jack of W South appears to tc the victim of an unfavorable di- a m o n d break in today's hand, and yet, thorough re- search by declarer coulrl have guided him into the winning line of play. The six no trump contract was reached directly. South's opening bid of tv.o no trump announces at least 22 high card points and since North has n himself, the partnership is assured of the minimum number required for a slam endeavor. North accordingly raised directly to six no trump. West opened the jack of hearts, East put up the ace and returned the suit which declarer won with the queen. South had eleven top tricks hearts and three in each of the olher suits. Dia- monds will produce a twelfth if that suit is divided three- two. South observed Ihnt he could readily cope with a Jour-one division by finessing against West if the latter held four to the jack. At trick two, the king o( diamonds was cashed, fol- lowed by the queen. When West showed out, Ihe hand was over, for South could not avoid a diamond loser at the end and his contract was set by one trick. There was a way for de- clarer to cope successfully with the adverse division in diamonds and he did not re- quire a "peek" either, in or- der to achieve his objective. A properly timed campaign would have led to a success- ful end position. The dia- mond play can be :pul off until more information is ob- tained. Suppose that South cashes Ihe king of hearts at trick three. East shows out and will presumably discard a club, South tuns his spades next. East again shows out on the third round, discard- Ing another club. Ten of AVesl's cards have now be- come spades and five hearts. He cannot have many diamonds, there- As a linal bit of inventory research, the ace of clubs is cached and a small club led to the queen. West follows bath times, which means that he has at most one dia- m o n d and any diamond plays must therefore be made thru East, South is ful- ly equipped to cope with the situation. The ace of diamonds is played and West contributes the four which completes the count on his hand. He began with five spades, five hearts, one diamond and two clubs. The ten of diamonds is led next, intending to let that card ride i! East does not cover. East presumably covers trie ten of diamonds with the jack and declarer wins the trick with the queen as West shows out. A club to the king puts dummy back in to lead another diamond. South retains the king-eight behind East's nine-seven and which- ever card the latter plays, declarer covers as cheaply as possible to bring in the entire suit which gives him his twelfth trick on the deal. must check these astronomical varia- ions, day night. In late December, they expect the sky clock to more or less match our everyday clocks. Right now, it may be about 15 minutes fast. A very special time-keep- the 'ZT, photographs a diagram of selected star as it transits he zenith directly overhead. These and other finicky re- jorls arc computed and relayed o the observatory's special clocks. They rnay be quartz clocks, run by crystals that vi- brate about times per sec- ond. Tiie.se may vary by about one part of a second per day. The atomic clock is accurate to within a millionth ?f a second day. It is run by radio frequencies from ces- ium atoms. These special clocks are adjusted constantly on the basis of the astronomical data. The observatory beeps ou; radio time signals around the globe. Thy 24 time zones use them to adjust their clocks t correct Ibis disfiguring con- dition? Dear Reader I am afraid hat here isn't anything you can take. This complexion prob- .em is the same [hat affects iome women during pregnancy nnd is exactly the same as the pregnancy mask that you re- ferred to. It is an increase in Lhe normal pigmentation pro duccd by the skin. In a sense Ihe spots are giant freckles What you're up against then i? the same question as how to re- move freckles. Staying out o Ihe sun will probably help. I you're exposed to the sun, am depending on the distribution o the spots, you may be able t cover the individual spots wit! any lovm of sun screen whil not covering the rest of the skin This will help to even Ihe tan ninK of the skin and may be r, some vencfit. I wish I could more encouraging, but imforlu natcly, that's nature. 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