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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, April 19, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON FRIDAY, APRIL 20 Your birthday today: To- day the Sun leaves Aries and enters the sign Taurus at 31 minutes past midnight EST. Today's natives of both signs are beaded for an expansive improvement HI most mater- ial affairs. Relationships at all levels thrive. Today's na- tives have a good sense of so- cial order. ARIES (March 21-April Selection becomes the essential factor 5n your work anything that includes travel or new contacts gets first priority. TAURUS (April 20-May The social scene claims more of your attention. New busi- ness is to be put off. Family affairs expand. GEMINI (May 21-June Being definite about what you want helps a great deal. Re- sults are unevenly timed but, on an average, rather good. CANCER (June 21-July Ask Andy Plant or animal? Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dentw Encyclopedia to Lean- na Hanery, age 11, of Letlv bridge, Alberta, for her ques- tion: Do jou call a euglena a plant or animal? Anybody knows the differ- ence between a lion and a dandelion and most of us as- sume that we can distinguish between all the other plants and animals. The euglena, however, is a highly controver- sial figure on a miniature scale. This microscopic organ- ism can be called a plant and also an animal. Sorting the larger plants and animals is no problem. Sut sometimes it is just about im- possible to judge whether a macroscopic single-celled orga- nism is a plant or an animal. In most cases, the problem can be settled with a couple of simple questions. Can it move? If the answer is yes, are it is an animal of the Phylum Protozoa. Can it ase sunlight to manufacture its own food? If the answer is yes, almost certainly it is a plant. However, this simple little questionnaire breaks down when we submit it to the sim- ple little euglena. The answer o both questions is yes. Yes, the peppy midget can move around and yes, it can use sunlight to manufacture its group. One might expect that they took a firm stand on the euglena and classed it as plant or animal once and tor all. However, the question was never settled because Mother Nature hsrself is undecided. The euglena has the qualifying features of both a plant and animal and nobody can say that is is neither. As we know, plant and ani- mal classifications are tagged with handsome sc i e n t i fie names. The euglena has a dou- ble set of fancy scientific names because it is classified in both the plant kingdom and the animal kingdom. It is list- ed in the plant phylum Euglen- aphyta and also in the animal phylum Protozoa. In the plant world, we find it in the Order Euglenales under the family name Euglenaceae. About 150 individual species are grouped in the genus Euglena. In the animal kingdom we find the euglena in the Order Euglenoidena, under the family name Euglenidae. The genus name Euglena has the same name, whether we classify the various euglenas as animals or plants. Its plant and animal quali- ties give the euglena all sorts of survival advantages. In sun- lit water, it uses green chloro- phyll to create its basic food. Li the dark, it absorbs liquid nutrients through its skin. And when timas are bad, it can change its location. Telling it like it is can clear the More is going on than you can keep track of. Let others help. LEO (July 23 Aug. Un- expected news colors most of the day. Keep working distractions. Delegate as many duties as you can. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sep. Minor improvements turn out more effective than hoped. Home life perks up with per- haps minor discrepancies LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Nothing seems quite to balance. Make final touches on a cre- ative project. Be ready to move, on to something new. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov You've had a fairly heavy go for a few dvs slow down so you can digest recent changes and adopt new habits. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dtc. Be sure you're doing all you should. Get busy on some- thing social for a pleasant, con- structive evening CAPRICORN' (Dec. 22-Jan. Brooding will get you no- where. Gather your strength and resources and plan a defi- nite new start. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Work conditions are sub- ject to confusion. Seek help from friends and search for ex- planations of any current mys- tery. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mareh Cooperation is a two-way street People with heavy re- sponsibility are unable to help' you. 1373, The Chicago Tribune SATURDAY, APRIL 21 Your brrthday today; This year gives you your chance to reduce all problems to manageable dimensions. Ca- reer goals can also be clari- fied. Valid relationships will thrive Today's natives are generally pleasant, competi- tive and loyal. ARIES (March 21-April Resolve early routine deals with a minimum of discussion Recreation should be moder- ate. TAURUS (April 20-May Once you've done what you've promised, you're fres for an experience of self-fulfillment. Travel is encouraged GEMINI (May 21-June Postpone final action on all group projects. Concentrate on singlehanded ventures suited to holiday weekends CANCER (June 21-July Complaining will get you no- where. Control is a delicate balance achieved quietly by ac- tion rather than talk LEO (July 23 Aug. You have much more going for you than appears on the sur- face. Pay some attention to mate's advice. VIRGO (Aug. 2.i-Sept. Be on the ball early to clear off unfinished details and then catch up on neglected hobby interests. Relax' LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Strong creative impulses con- tinue. Indulge in the simpler pleasures of life near your home. SCOFPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Your new idea about an old problem preoccupies you to- day. Relax, let it go until after! the holiday. SAGGITARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Personal plans stabiBze and may be worked out. Home life is subject to some tension humor and considera- tion will save the day. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Money seems to be a sub- ject for discord rather than for pleasure. It's up to you to avoid needless debate. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb 181: Your ic'eals are now out in front. Stay consistent, even if some sacrifice is involved. Later hours are pleasant. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Imagination comes alive earlv. Tend to family needs first. Get everybody into a happy frame of mind 1973, The Chicago Tribune WHO PIP ir, CHARLIE 6SQOW? MO BET ON THE SAME 7 WE HAVE TO FORFEIT ONLV UE EVER [JON TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan HOW PO YOU WAKE LOTSA LUCK? YOU CAN'TTALK! H01V PO YOU MAKE HIM POESTHAT WORK? BLONDIE-By Chic Young MERES TMH; FIVE i 2> BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker As it own "food The answers can be body squeezes verified under a microscope. and stretches while the flagel- When magnified, we see ths whip like flagellum it waves ta propel itself through its freshwater pond. Chances are, K-e see that its elongated body .s stuffed with green chloro- phyll. And chlorophyll is the' mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. magic substance that plants EOT 765. Hnnticgtoo" Beach, use to make their food. I California S264S. Biologists strive to classify (Copyright Chronicle svery living thing in its proper Publishing Co. 1973) him waves with all its might. And the traveling euglena ap- pears to be moving backward, frantically Mowing its tail. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. i Lit ABNER-By Andy Capp Good isometrics can be helpful Dr. Lamb _ j am vmt- j to exercise I use iso- Qnestions asked by children j metrics every day along with of Herald readers "should bp weights and I would like to GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN C Ths CKUM East-West vulnerable. South deals. NORTH 10 8 7 3 our questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this news- paper. P.O. Box 1551. Radio City Station. New York. J0019. For a copy Dr. booklet on balanced dirt, send 30 cents to the samr address and ask for "Balanc- ed Diet" booklet. YOU KNC7.V WHAT? JST MS CLUBS IN TfJE CAN.' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal HSH OBSERVATORY EILAT, Israel that these reports have i SO-square-foot, gJass-encased oh- ms been confirmed by senous servatory at this Red Sea resort an town, as part of a marineland. HAGAR HORRlBlf-By Dik A -3OOP HEALTHY YOU TO 5AT SIT. THAT'S PROBABLY CALL BUGS BUNNY ;