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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta it THI LETHMIDOI HIIALD Friday, Motor 11, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, OCT. and deeper than nmr. Your birthday today: conditions change in is the year of your inner patterns; yet some- velopment. By the end of you leam more and year your wisdom should more effective use of Firm Death Rate MORRIS, 111. (AP) A comments came after monwealth Edison Co. by a University of has challenged a report claiming infant death rates have radiology professor before a Pennsylvania Senate creased in an area near company' s Dresden Ernest J. Stemglass told power committee in Harrisburg, Byron Lee, assistant to child mortality increases firm's president, added to have occurred from day he is confident gases released in emissions from the plant normal operation of the no threat to public reactor 50 miles south- of Chicago. Lee cited a recent report on a Pensions bureau of radiological health study which he said "external exposure from gases was only Announced small fraction of the natural "background' radiation and was within the Federal Radia- B.C. Council's guidelines." He said federal radiologists checked drinking water, VICTORIA (CP) vegetables and animals W. A. C. Bennett said here found that no measurable sions will be "greatly was tainting food and creased" next year for in the Dresden area. ers, civil servants and testified that "just pal employees in British to the startup of the Dres- reactor in 1959, the states oi The disclosure, prior to and New York had cabinet meeting, similpT infant, mortality earlier speculations that "of 24.9 and 24.5 per government would yield births respectively." pressure from employee in he said, for pension year after the rapid rise it) Mr. Bennett declined, from Dresden, the ever, to say whether he rate for Illinois began the increases would be sharp climb while that in New cient to ward off a began to decline." The threatened by teachers in Illinois reached a peak year if their demands on 25.6 per births in 1965, issue are not testified. GOREN ON BY CHARLES H. the club finesse kr Tk. ChkHt the slam was assured East-West the heart king was also Couth located declarer take all the tricks, for club queen and ace would two entrtei to to repeat Sis heart wr- WEST the dab finesse failed, Alt! declarer could gain to the North fiand only C.QJISS Ait it tingle with the ace of and he would be able to hearts just once. Even if 4.AKQJIS65 heart finesse succeeded, he could not pick up the king O that card wai lightly deads! to make i tooth Wnt North play first, for if that X 4 PMI 4 divided evenly, South ft 4 4 4k be able to develop Put Ttm Pan lead: Queen of A momentary lapse for his in any ease the club finesse could be convenient.'? postponed until Iflfw fatal to the defense la the pade contract presented At trick four, South led the jack of hearts. Had West put When North nude the king and shifted to a positive response of three clubs to South's opening two hid, the latter became Interested in slam. His rebid of three spadei was declarer would have been obliged to take en immediate finesse in clubs. However, it was somewhat difficult to diaguose the situa- porizing call to give his partner a chance to chow an additional feature. at this early stage and West chose to follow