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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 UTHBRIDGE HERALD Sunday, April 21. 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON i des clop st longer those eheush your faith, you can look about SUNDAY, APIIIL 22 Your Opens a in which >our spirit Tlie monlns ai-e for correcting bad hahits. The later months find vour T, il transcending limitations and I hancl Be pleasant to all. becormng a more person. Todaj 's natives tend to he carefree, artistic links with Puisue the simple life this! The one thing to old this spe- Ka-ier wilh those you love in I cial Sunday is business. All else 'lAUKL'S (April 20 Ma> liigh good humor Reminiscence promts natural emotional re- Once fully expressed should he kept at a minimum LKO I.Iuh ARIES (March j! Leave the past behind Show GKMIM (May 21 .lime iJom sour friend-. and loved and ones m a great holiday Sundaj Avoid haste and extesb body seems readj to accept .vou vour true inner feeling and CANCER (June 21 Jiih iiffiS Ask Andy be at Reconsider w ho you are before you say what comes first to, mind on piovocative It does a gieat deal for open-1 1 ing the i Sept. I Live li 'i hulidav nearly fiea of maienal thoughts as DO-.SI- bic. Concentrate on being i alive arid be sensitive to crea-1 tivity. LIBRA (Sept. 2li Dot You'll probably make only slow progress this morning. Remem- i Tin- Chicago Tribune MONDAY AI'KIL Your birthday today: Re- organization becomes the main activiU of your year. Neu resources at m e ongo- ing and relations become more detailed. auire more time and atten- tion. Todays natives have a delicate sense of touch a knack for seciecy ARIES (March 21 April r CHARLIE gROlilM INTO LETT1NS ANP 6ET INVOLVE? IN A 5CANPAI.' NICKa.AWATHSE CAN WU I A NICKEL TH CODRASeTOftET... CKAKtIE TEAM J TO TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan LOT5A LUCK, HOW PARE YOU USE A PJLLVWTD TERRORIZE THIS POOR P06> FOR SHAMBi His food is there And} sends a complete 20- vclume '-et of the Merit Stu- dents Encjcloped'a to Susan of doubt, as a busy- blameless and innocent. Bur- rowing and tunneling down Zemaitis, age 10. of South there in the dirt is hard work Hiver. New Jersej, for her and then he is rewarded question Wliy do gophers sioty He would paint a veiy and easy agreements SCORPIO (Oct. 21 Nov. If you'll pray this Easter morn- ing from a limbo of almost trance like tranquility you'll in nnder- ground holes? Some foks might say that a gopher stays below because the guilty pest is ashamed to show his face Xaturalh, this is not the truth But it does hint that the toothy fellow has some nasty habits to hide. Certainly a gopher in the gar- den is up to no good But he does not live underground to conceal his crimes The main reason why a gopher lives under is because this is where he finds his food The toothy creature eats roots, especially those that belong to our favorite flower- ing plants and our most tasty vegetables. Zoologists class turn as a ground squirrel and tell us that his range extends westward from the Mississip- pi. Fortunately this Pest of the ?.est does not Tnenace the gar- dens in and around New Jer- sey However. Andy's patches of growing plants happen to be in Southern California Your faithful reporter strives hard v.nen he comes upon a bunch of tender roots He pauses to eat Sometimes he manages to underground v. hole thing and AS eats the digs, he ward a happier life SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec. Be open with expressions of love and faith. Make it a fes- j tive day. free of bickering I Romance beckons. j CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan., 19) Your fine attire should le- fleet a belief in purity and for-! giveness Your actions speak J somethin i or. Extraordinary care in con- I tracts is essential. TAURUS (April 20 May i It's mainly a day for diligence great resistance is en- countered but you receive no easy breaks or co-operation ei- 1 ther. GEM I'M (May 21 June Borrowing seems easy but is i not the solution. If vou can't sort things out put them off I while vou search for better re- j THERE, PfriNCEY, PON'T APRAlPii WON'T LET HIM HURT VOU! BLONDIE-Ey Chic Young June 21 into the never expect to i and there he telltale Socia! comes nat-iyou_v P1les of tos loose dirt on the urally now. Be open to surface tion See what comes Underground, the busy char- spontaneously Learn' about Communication Aug. poses provoca- acter keeps his burrows in PISCES (Feb. 19 March 20) apple-pie order. He has a cozy bedroom and several pantries, which he fills with stores of stolen foods He is neat and clean and also very particular about his personal grooming and hygiene. Of all things, he i always has his own personal un-; derground toilet When it be- j comes filled with his waste material, he seals it with dirt and digs out a new one. The gopher's underground tun- nels are just right for ins way of life. He is out of sight and safe from owls, coyotes and most of the other hungry meat eaters What's more, his favor- ite food is down in tne soil. All he has to do is to dig around in the dirt to find his Today in history BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker ______ ttTpaint VfriendlFportrait of groceries. The only sad thing. tion a letter tells only half the news A long-promised item arrives but Jsn't what you ex- pect. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Conditions do not favor concen- tration but that's most impor- tant to achieve. Bring up avail- abne reserves early but remain i thrifty. LIBRA (Sept. 23 QCl. j Your tendency is to want more than is available and to scatter 1 energy trying to make choices By THE CANADIAN7 PRESS i settle" om'ckly AE-il 20. 1S73. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. I "Canadian Prime Minister A useful idea occurs in the Mackenzie King and President midst of dull routine You'll be Franklin D Roosevelt of the, glad you took initiative. Relax United States issued the J earlv with light diversions Park declaration on hemis-1 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. phere defence ard economic co-1 An untidy quality haunts, operation 32 years ago i the day with tilings going j in 1941 The declaration allowed j astray Mind your own affairs U'l Andy Copp Canada to obtain certain raw, despite invitations to escape materials from the United, practical matters INiVEMT KMITTiMG j SMOULO; M-7.0 DOM'r JUST OUr TO BE all the animals he describes. For example, ne even manag- ed to find a few nice things to say about the wild and wicked wolverine. But a kind word for tne gopher is mueh harder to find. The cunning creature strikes underground and makes sneak attacks on Andy's own precious plants day or night From the gopher's point of view, life is a very different of course, is that when he j increase the country's CAPRICORN7 (Dec. 22 shows up in gardens, his gro-, effort. Your talents for eam'n? ceries are liable to be the Ig59 _ British ballerina Mar- and persuasion are high. Stir flowers and other plants trea- got'ponteyn and her Panamian j yourself to drive sine'e-pav- sured by the people who have husband Pioberto I ment bargains settle outstand- planted and tended them. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. EOT 763. Hunticgton Beach, California (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) T, GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN e Tut Tntuiw WEEKLY BRIDGE QUI7 Q. 1 opens with one club and you hold: AJ9S2 OQ1085 What is your response? Q. Neither side vulner- able, and as South you hold: 4AQJ 5 V.I10 9 5 2 3 East opened with one heart. What do you bid? Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: AAKQ1D9 W9 OAJ AAK.I98 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 3 2 4 Past 3 "7 Pasf 4 4 Past 4 N'T 5 Pass 5 NT r What do you bid now? Q. Both sides vulnerable, and as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: South East Pass i 4 Dble. y What do vou bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, vou hold: 4AKQ9S -JQ The bidding has proceeded. South West North East 3 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 2 -y Pass 3 4 Pass What do you bid now? Q. 6 Neither vulnerable, South you hold: 4AJ93 1916-Sir Roger Casement friends want to bring you was arrested when he landed I their affam. in Ireland from a submarine, ifacts and thsn stand Joan Mro was PAPPY DEAR. AH KMOWS YORE S 1 born. April 21. 1973 The United States Navy oc- cupied the Mexican port of Vera Cruz 59 years ago today in 1 1914 when not given a 21- I gun salute in reparation for the arrest of U.S marines at Tam- pico A f u r t he r reason was President Wilson's decision not to recognize usurper Huerta's government after the murder of the president. The threat worked and I country A firm 1973 The Chicago Tribune Fun with figures By J- A. H. HUNTER it's an unusual size' Huerta fled the i said Mike. ''So I'll quote second similar i special price instead." iALLaOVEARSOF IT-EXCEPT THAT F'RST AH HAD VORES, ALLUS HE'S AfTTVJ? SHOW-ff LOOK LIKE AM INTELLIGENT MAM i venture was Gen. Pershing's I "Okay. You did say S11 a expedition after Pancho Villa, square yard." Charlie told which failed but which kept U.S. him. "And you also said its troops in Mexico for eight! length and width are whole months numbers of yards Canadian Congress Mike nodded. "Weil, you can of Labor and the Trades and i have this carpet for a yard Labor Congress merged to form on its total perimeter That's a 1 h e Canadian Labor Con- i "bargain." i It may have been that, bu' in For- in fact Mike's special price and de-' made no difference at all! What mo'ishcd houses. ing were the dimensions of the car- you %ID A QUARTER FOR COWC SOOK. I'LL RSt AOTl'-'ES AS V'JCh- 5 DOLLARS.'.' J A NOPE" HUMDRCD) 1 DOLLARS THOUSAND-} S HUNDRED TKOUS AMD KIOT HAGGLE v A LOUSV COMIC BOOK Bob Montana gress. i took 30P5 I'M ALL COR WEARING SEAT BELTS ''...BUT I DON'T THINK THE SCHOOL BOARD WILL PAY 1 WHAT'S THAT "J50.COO persons home'ess. author rumonsi Samuel Clemens Twain i dieo Si3 BC Trad i4 ion was founded or this date and peP Thanks for an idea to Mark Ncrih. Kings Ly'nn. England. (Answer Monday) Rome Yesterday's answer: RABBIT i was 862234 MiSS BILL FOR A SEAT BELT AND SHOULDER HAGAR the HCRRIBLE-By Dik Biowne HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne BUGS BUNNY GOLVT 3V ENTHUSIASM MVTEAO-Etl WSS 15 VJOT OVLY BEAUT ftli_ CWAKWiNfr iCIVPAV'P ,1 SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal ;