Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
TH! tnnnsinoE r.idnv. Odohot 37. 1177 LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. sicccls What makes stars? nf n la- Pear Pr. l.amb I rlersland that in Hie rtiabetic. nil swool Muff ii 8 7 4 C 3 2 OK653 C: 37 J 8 1 K 10 9 SOUTH AJ2 CIAQJ96 6QJK A6J Tte bidding: Eait Eoolh KVsc A'nrili I 2O Pass 3 V Pass 4 o Pajs Pass Pass Opening lead: Three A delicate approach by South in today's hand ena- bled him (o capitalize on a Elighlly favorable bit el dis- tribution lo develop a crucial trick. The lour icart con- tract reached by North and South was an nflgressive un- dertaking; South's overcall of two 'hearts after East opened the bidding -Ailh OLG spade was sound, hut when his partner merely invited a game by raising to three bcarts, South should have declined. He has balanced distribution with six poten- tial liEsrs ou'.sMe of tha trump suit, and it is not a reasonable expectalion Ihst partner can take rsrc of three ol them, Opened the u rjf SpJdc3, East played tha queen end continued nlt'n Cm king and South rulf- Ing the third round with Ins nine of hearts. Inasmuch as one club los- er is inevitable, declarer ob- served that he must bring in the diamond suit without casually. Assuming Oat West has lie king, where II Is finessablo, then East he. comes marled with Ihe king of clubs as part tit his open- ing bid values in which casa South wilt rtrjuire four dia- mond tricks in order to ob- tain a parking place for one of fits clubs. To cover all possibilities. South proceeded carefully. A heart was led to the ten and B small one returned to tha jack as boti opponents fol- lowed suit. A trump was temporarily permitted (o re- main outstanding In case NorthTs Ising of heart? was needed for a delayed entry. The queen oE diamond's was put thrJ nest and cov- ered by West's king and dummy's ace. A diamond was returned to the jack end when East played the nine, Soutri's eight became established as a winner. In order to utilize North's ten n[ diamonds, the eight must be ca.ihed first and Ihe rea- son fcjf retaining the king of hearts becomes apparent. The eight o[ diamonds va put thru and tho .East was out of that suit, he was una- ble to ruff and discarded a spade. A heart la ths iinjj drew the last trump and put dummy in to cash the ten of rliamrcnrls on South discarded a club. He conced- ed one club subsequently end claimed 10 hearts, four dlomoJJcls, end one club. did PISCES (l-'eb. Circumstances are on the bnnk of potential major change le alert and ready la go .he limes. 1972 By The Chicago Tribune mosl of which are fairly sim- ilar to our sun. It seems that the chemical composition of a star varies somewhat with temperature and temperature also creates a variety of starry colors. The colors provide clues lo energy oulput. which is related lo the rate at which a star is burning. Actually It consumes its origin- al hydrogen by atomic fusion, which releases nuclear energy m-March i as it conYerts the hydrogen fuel into helium ash. White divarfs are white hot and made mostly of helium. Certain younger stars seem to contain more me- tallic elements though usual- ly not more than one per cent of their total material. New seed plant plans postponed Plans for fl new seed pro- cesing facility for Brooks have been postponed due lo B late- arriving grant. Robert Hall of Brooks, one of the officials of Alberta Seed Processors Ltd. with offices In Medicine Hat. said In a tele- phone interview no work will be rione on the plant until June or July of 1073. He said it is too late this year for any work to be started and the frost iraiild have to be out of the ground next year before sod could be broken. Jean Marchand, minister of regional economic expansion, announced Wednesday that an incentive grant of had been accepted by the company. Mr. Marchand Indicated the grant is based on a rale of 18 per cent of the approved capi- tal costs, estimated at plus each lor the 15 jobs (o be created by the company. This was based on the 1972 plans for (he company, Mr. Hall said everything was now up in (he air. It now seems that new stars are forming while ancient ones i die. The chemical composition of each star appears to be re- lated lo its life story. At birth, it was composed almost or per- haps entirely of hydrogen, Ihe lightest of all elements made from the smallest of all possible atoms. This changes as nuclear fusion converts the hydrogen fuel to helium. The evidence in- dicates that our average starry sun has taken perhaps five bil- lion years to convert about half of its original hydrogen into helium. Qnestioni asked by children ol Herald readers should he mailed to Andy. P.O. 76o, llunlington Beach, California 32S48. (Copvrirjht Chronicle Publishing Co. 1072) Accident BEETIE 8AILEY-Dy Mart Walker pa TME NEW LrruKCAL CAST COJBT CM PREVIOUS SE PDCTE1K6S? PO ycU ?1ATO, ITS A 0EAUTIFUU AW IrA A LTTUE TIP II'L ABNER-By Ay Capp VJAP.NKD TO G, YO'D VKf Bob Montana NEXT YOU Ul BE GETTINS I'VE '-N.A. HOT LINE HAD THE NEWS TO THE PUSH-BUTTON JCAFErERIA] HI AND LOII-B1 Dik Browne identified OYE.V (CP) RCMP today j released the names of four i people killed Wednesday as the He said even the type of seed result ot a car truck collision to tw processed couldn't even on Highway 9 near this com- be announced because ol the delay. He said company ofM- cials would have lo formulate I neur plans next year. New CP ho lei for Vancouver fCP) A svn million hotel is planned by CP Hotels LM. for (he Vancouver waterfront, the company's con- troller, Richard Aforlc.v. said Wednesday. Air. Morley said the hotel probably would cover the CP Rail shunting yards, west of GranvUle Street. munily 150 miles northeast of Calgary- j Dead are Douglas J. Pen-alt, I 17, of Dod-sland. Saslt., Carman Alnrie David, 17. of New West- minster. B.C., Melvin Lewis, rjf Calgary, and Cindy Cran- ston, of New Westminster- Andrew M. Aylward, 18, of RulhiMa, Sask., was critically injured. RCMP said a semi trailer was westbound and the car, with Ihe five people, was head- ing easl when they hit. DIKFBRKNT LEAVES Some varieties of trees have leaves of different shapes, all on the same tree. UFE ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. Edwords m A'H' OW 01 Will R[ RF.APV TO TRAIL-----' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol BUGS MJNNY LE'S FACE I, TM' BATCH YA MADE WAS PRETTV BAP!