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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY. APRIL 15 Your birthday today: Underscores the beginning of a year of intellectual stimu- lation and probable revision or change of vocation. To- day's natives have an abid- ing curiosity, which leads inventive pursuits. ARIES (March 21-Apri) Be alert for the chance to do a good deed. Your share in the Sunday formalities of your community is important. TAURUS (April 20-May From a slow start the day livens up. Romance thrives, but make no long-term promises. GEMINI (May 21 June Having seen the way things really are. you're free to cope with them. Morning brings the insight into what to do the rest of the day. CANCER (June 21 July Being pleasant isn't easy to- prosperity cycle begins. Take full advantage of it. Seek en- dorsements, apply for positions. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. What you learn today leads into much improved earn- ings, so be open to suggestion. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Now begins imorovement in your position, reflecting the work you've put into your ca- reer. There's good news later. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Confirmation of personal theories is at hand this dav. You have much to gain in com- munity activities. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Use your skills to find seme general uattern in cur- rent events. Wait to see what others do before plunging in sinslehanded. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Foolish expenses can be incur- red if vou are not watchful. cale with young strangers In the midst of bustle and seur- j are facilitated. Keep busi- ness strictly business. Evening promises a surprise contact. TAURUS (April 20-May Change comes in career mat- ters. Promote your pet pro- jects. Nothing works as plan- ned. Be willing to rearrange. GEMINI (May 21 June Anything you do sets off end- less discussion. Concentrate on getting details right. Show the serious side of your nature. CANCER (June 21 July It's a busy day. Have a friend help you distribute the burden and channel general activity into more productive direc- tions. LEO (July 2.VAug. An old friend has something to do with the turn of events. You have too many irons in the fire and are lucky to tend them as well as you do. day, but it is the o-ily wav to i Keep track of spending mis-i VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sent. jroceed. Afternoon U a good takes for future refere-rce. Re-! Strict budgeting is a primary tune to introduce people. LEO (July 23 Aug. Inspiration comes easy. Bs ready to skip routine in favor of interesting confrontations. Travel offers diversions. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. You have much benefit from this rather normal Sunday. Keep your schedule and your surroundings neat. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. A rising tide in your activity- concile social differences. MONDAY. APRIL 1fi Your birthday today: Berins a lively year of sur- prises. You cannot afford a minute of laziness of mind or soirit. Relationships thrive, although you overstate your fee'ings occasionally. Today's natives share only one trait. an element of mystery. ARIES (March 21-April Special efforts to communi- concern. You are on your own resources; pace work accord- ingly. Older people are overly sensitive. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Oddities in the News RICHMOND. Va fAP) All's right with the world again at the William Langner Learnhig Cer.tre Gonzolo is a bathtub of bouil- lon Gonzolo. a caiman, van- ished last summer from the le-ming centre Caimans. Latin-American creatures that resemble min- iature crocor'i'es. are carni- vorous, and the 212-focit-loTlct G-onze'o had been accustom-ed to a C'st of raw He had Jong been thought dead. But earlv this week, caretaker Ernest Albert fotird Gorzolo when he went down to the basement to check a bo'ler. Gonzolo. a bit leaner and considerablv weaker after eight months on his ov-n, "nerked riEht up'' after a 6'm m a bathtub laced with beef bouillon, Langr.er said. road outside the house may have detonated a couple of the charges Darnell, however, is not too worried. "It's exciting really." he said. "It's like what the disc jockey blokes say on the radio when they play those old know, 'A blast from the ry, pursue your more impor-1 lant interests vigorously. It's a great day for research. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Almost anything goes if boldly presented. Stick with well-pre- pared plans rather than last minute experiments. Overtime is indicated. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Associates aren't on time. Deoend on your own intuition rather than any rule book. Dis- cussion centres on working j conditions. (Dec. 22 .Jan. Your basic strength is available for decision making. Breaks in career matters are likelv be ready to move. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Creativity is stimulated Stay with one definite line of action. Ask no one J, ;ome- thing that you wouldn't do self. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Home takes up much time and energy. You may find some bet- ter arrangements today. Ro- mance is temporarily under a cloud. (1973. The Chicago Tribune! TOW T THAT (JUKE TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan EXTRA! EXTRA! POfrS NKJHT- GOUTN STOLEN.1 FLEAS FACE COLP OVER-EXPOSURE! REAP Alt AWUT IT IN THE "PeSERT THAT'S WRONS, PERCY! WHAT'S HAPPENEP IS MISSING-] MY E7ITOFI ONCE (SOT PRESSMAN. HE AIN'T PUYlN'WITH ARJU-PECK THE OH. FIASCO, HATCHERY Ask Andy Cyrogenics Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Anna Damens. age 9. of Philadel- phia. Pennsylvania, for her science of ics? I mother. Most of the different species lay eggs and leave them to hatch for themselves in the I warm ground. Lizard eggs usu- ally are oval-shaped and the shells are pale pliable skin, leathery and quite tough. The average lizard mother lays her eggs, then waddles off to enjoy a stmbath and forgets all about them. Some species hatch in a i Ulit-JJJ. O juu u If you were to cry over it j few d others wait several your salty tears just might SOUTHOE. England TAP) Reg Darnell, an old aae pensioner, got a shock "Fri- may be living on a pile of Second World War bombs. The first indication he may- be sitting an top of a pow- derkeg came Thursday when two explosions rocked his home. He was in the village pub at the time. Officials believe the house. built after the war. could have been constructed on the spot where a load of German anti-personnel bombs was dropped more than 30 years ago. Police suspect vibrations from trucks rumbling along a TURBOTVILLE. Pa. A Grade 30 student in this central Pennsylvania town has a suggestion for cooks who find it too expensive to buy meat or fish. Earthworms Velma Anstadt has in- troduced a recipe for crawler- crammed cookies. They made Velma grand champion of the Susquehanna Vallev Science and Engineer- ing Fair. "They look and taste just like regular cookies.'' she said was planning to work with but they are hard to acquire freeze to solid ice. It so happens that the word cryogenics means much colder than ordinary freezing cold. Ages ago we learned what high tem- peratures can do. A hot oven bakes bread, a super-hot fur- nace makes steel. Cryogenics shows what very low tempera- tures can do. It is a rather new science, but already it has giv- en us a few miracles. We tend to shudder on a weeks. The youngsters are small copies of their parents and all ready to start living their own lives. A few mother lizards incu- bate their eggs to keep them warm and protect them. If the eggs roll away, the mother ga- thers them close to her body again. In some species, the mother lizard keeps her eggs inside her body until the em- bryos are fully developed. After they hatch, she gives birth to live babies. The young may re- BLONDIE-By Chic Young MR.BUMSTEAD MAY I TRY MY NEW DOCTOR'S KIT OUT ON YOU? OM, THIS IS vuiiii SERIOUS--I'M GOIt-JGTO HAVE TO BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker frosty morning and chances are nourishment inside" the tee word "freezing' makes us Lather's body. But no thmk of an ice cube. If we ex- fefids hftr on mother-s plain these everyday notions of Aflfl eyen An ice cube is 32 degrees Fahrenheit This is the temper- ature at which liquid water "I managed to get some solid- Jt is- the, earthworms out of the back- 'Dert in crrawnics. m the yard. "I cleaned them by putting them in a dirt-free environ- ment. That cleaned out their digestive tract. Then I froze them, rotated them and ground them up. I called it worm meal. "I mixed it with regular flour to make a palpable food. For cookies, you use one e'gbth worm meal in propor- tion to the rest of the in- gredients." Earthworms, she says, are an excellent source of protein. plain these everyday nouims ol; Afld even coldness to a cryogenics scien- do around test he ought say. "Pooh! 32 Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. HnntiBgton Beach, California 9264S. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN Itn. TK> CMcm Trttm WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ ft. As South, vulnerable, you hold: 0 14 The bidding has proceeded: South Wert North 'East 1 V 2 O Pass 3 y Pass S 0 Paw What action do you take? Both vulnerable, as South you hold: 4QZvJ53 C10C4 2 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 14 2 Pass Paw Dhle. T What action do you take? Q. 3 Neither vulnerable. >5 South you hold1