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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LC71ITV.IDC.E IILTA'D 3. YOU 11 HOROSCOP By JEANE DIXON AHUI. Yniir i so r si's .-s. Sumlav. counted. lJu.ni seek [lit1 r.isk'M mil fin Iho re- immuk'r of the day You need llit' T.U KIS lime you have left from Ihe t'udU'ss Inlk of your friends may well be spent in meditation or carnr-il study. 21 June your energy for Ihe nulling v.i'irk by avoiding Tlu'iT is plenty rjf intellectual >tinuilus (if nubile sorts. Kit i-him1 21 July Give fidgety people plenty SAGITTAKll'R (Nov. 22-Drc, UODCl for tins Sunday. If you're i-esl- lu.ss, direct your energy toward home improvements. i CAl'lUC'Oll.N (Dee. Jan, i Project your creative ski Make ,1 fair early Iliis space. Spend a soiene day vis- ilitiK. I'lilcliinf! on nous of aUx-ady shirtc-cl will friends and relalhes i.lnly I! Move promptly! Karly attention Mny ti) jiroup finnnee.s lomls to a decision and a smooth inn of pleasant entertainment for j move forward in personal mal- the day and evening. J icrs. Explore willi an open VlIKiO (Autf. mind and Hie will to find inspir- You tend lo he the center of i atiuii. lie Ut Rive a' (.Ian. 2n Fell. favorable account of It IK; gi'cat Km. MUHA 2J Oct. liE CAT NtVT K H4i> GOTTEN liVYVSTOCK VT IT [i'A> CM.V AN CLP 'on pontly touch It. it feels cool and moisl. An animal has lo take .iireal care of his skin, if he wishes to stay alive nr.rl lioaltny. This is F.O import am th.iL the Ii7nrd and the salamander must live different, lives lo their different s k i n 5. liBird's (cugh dry skin thrives in warm of jelly. She may lay them In: her pjol or in a siuidy hifl of1 a r il grass if it stays drenched wiih The neu babies j are tadpoles R'lls to take uxyoen from the caunol breathe air imUl; I a in 1 if e, u lie n t hey to replace their "ills. lliey live in rnaist, i sh.idy places on llie land. j Arctic 'watchdog sets guia lizard to the a I elrt-s of reptiles. His fam-i uy goes back (.0 tho mig.ity Mho ruled ll-.e world fur j 1MI millidti years. Tlie salaman- der belongs in the class of am- piiibiaus animals that belong to both lar.d and waler. His an- cc.slcirs u-ere (lie first backbon- ed animals Hint left the sea, about 350 million yc-ars ago. Rut UxMr .special skins still need moisture and baby must live in the water. Andy sends a World Book Aflas to Eliznlwtti Ivanyi, age 11. of Vancouver, British for her question: UTiich is the l.illpfl member ot ill ft fjrass family? Tho earth i? ado-nod with Imr.drccis of different grasses and the tallest, ones gi-ow hJgher than a hcii5c. Our velvety lav.ns are classed as and all cf the different species use arc among the of the family. In our meadows drv air. He keeps awav from damp corners ami loves ic I Srow lallcr nntl a sun- bathing on a v.r.vm The- salamander c.uuiul I ft his uuisl skin pel diy, or lie1 v.onW per- ish. ILS bumpy .surface is rid- dled with liny glands lhat oozn a moi.sL subslanrc CM lied mu- cous. And he needs extra rr.oisbirc tn keep it damp all the Lime, So he sail lies away irom the bright sunny air and hides hiiTLseli in ni'ji.st. shady corners. Just to be on I lie safe side, he 'f> livo near the watrr, where he ran take 3 daily dip in his private pool. Their family Ikes also that the lizard and salamander ETC not related to each other. Mrs. Lizard lay.s a batch o( round, soft-shelled usually in loose, sandy soil. Then sho deserts them and I ho sun keeps them warm v hilc they gel ready to hatch. Tlic new- born babies louk like small copies of their mother. The little alrtijdv k n o w i just what to cope -with Mrs, Salamander si.rinys her j little round black eRgs in hlobs' forage grasses. Tney provide frxid for domt'sl.ic radio a n d hordes, pUis tnimeroas wild animals that eat vegetation. The meadow grasses also pro- vide seeds for countless birds. rice and other popu- lar cereals aro Brasses thr.t, grow several feet Corn is a much laller member of Ihe grass family. And canp is a grass tliat grows from seven to 15 feet tall. However, all Ihese grassy herbs are mid- pcLs compared with Uic giants of the fr.mily. Those arc the sturdy bamboos Uiat thrive in moist, warm regions of the world. Their skinny leaves grow from joints in Ihoir stiff sterna. The laUesV bamboo grass may stand ino feet high und the Itase of its smooth, lough stem mny be 12 inches thick. Questions cTitTmon of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box ;G5, Huntington Deacfl, California (Copyright Chronicle) I nliiishinfi Co. J072) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAni.ES If. GOtlEX 1C IfTl: Bf TMCtluN Tflhni] WEEKLY HRIDGG QUIZ Q. vulnerable, ES South you hold: AAJ86 09753 H Z The bidding ha.> proceeded: North East South Wcsi 1 rc? Pass 1 A Pasi 7 CJ f'AC )'O'J< r.S'f SR LI'L ABNER-By Al Copp WAW.'.'-vo' V.'HUT VUl-GAP. ND'BiN TO SLOQBOViA- -X r GOTA P I IS SO Kf.'.bARASMM' THAT AH RF.KOOZE TO SAV OMf .ORD ABOUT HIM.T CAhi'T I I HOLD Y OHRLD) HOPE--) ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND lOI5-By Dik Browne Boycotts meeting trial last Octnbrr. Mrs. Hand had hncn on EDMONTON rommitlprf to stand Irinl on charee perjury Uid flflnr a TAIPKJ Taiwan will hoycotl tfie United Nations charges of attempted murder j Conference on Trading and De- 1 and wounding with intent in velopmcnl congress opening in October hut Lbe charges were i Santiago April a foreign dismissed, Sho had been ministry spokesman sail Tburs- accused of shooting nobnrtlday. Tbe spokesman pave no William Grunewald, -10, of reasons for the boycott but dip- nearby Fort Saskatchewan. i lomnlic regard il as a During tier trial, Mrs. Rantl rcaffirmalion of the Taiwanese (old courl sho had seen Mr. stand Crruncsvald rob a drive-in res-1 taurant. ........____ The lard the perjury charpn uhen (ho trial ended. Tit. S7ARTIWS TnS SEASO.S WITH AN ARNOLD PALMER SHlSr, BEN HQ5AN CLUBS, JACX NICKLAU BALLS, AND A 8ILLV OVSP6R BAG Sentence reduced I TOUniSTS SHT.I.I, tOI-TKIIS WIHTEIIORSE, Y.T, r Visitors to the Yukon- mostly Americans cllcd llie ter- ritory's coffc-rs lo Ihe tune of ritvn-tles evce.'-.sive punish- million last year, n north- j menl. The court reduced David ern resources conference was Hdward Terrill's sentence to 15 OKLAHOMA CITY (API The Oklahoma Crnrrt of Crimi- nal Appeals held Wednesday Hint a prison sentence for thn thr-fl of one carton of told here 1 years. BUGS BUNNY IT'S ROSCCE'S AK' CAKE GIVES ;