Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, April 28, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SUNDAY. APRIL 29 Your birtluUn todaj: With vour spirit strong, material prosperity becomes more available in this exciting, busy year. Today's natives are" able to carry great per- sonal responsibility, have tal- ent for fcpeakirg or singing. Stand aside the mainstream of ers have gotten used to the' pace for a long successful day. events rest with your famili- idea already. Sagittarius (Nov. 22 ar people as you watch the Leo (July 23 Aug. In Make important passing scene the midst of Dec. moves well-scheduled early because chances narrow I'h (Scot Oct routines a stray thought casts steadily as the hours pass. The Great histo.V is" not expected I new light on all arrangements VHWM.V HMJVW t i _ i encourage ro- stage is set for a lively even- ing. r gr; Scorpio (Oct. u t) hunting for bargains. I friends and business contacts. Aries (March 21 April Intuition leads to_serious plan- A ]oQk at6Jour 6- Do the minimum your com- j ning, a possible abrupt step up-1 munity expects of you for week- Think while you drift end customs. Distant contacts' thru social amenities await your opinion and news. Taurus (April 20 May Seek a rest, or at least a slow- Sagittarius (Nto. 22 Dec. provoke ideas for replace- ments. Libra (Sept. 23 Oct. Prefer a minimal course of ac- Make this a ciuiet Sui tion _ do tne ieast possible, day, a rest in all aspects. despite bustle of movement and er pace. Later hours may turn, There's a change of pace and humor around you. Im- into a battle of willpower if I conditions coming. portant details may be missed and take care to make them comfortable Aquarius (Jan. 20 Feb. Initiative still rests you in most matters Getting out of familiar rounds promises in- j tangible benefits Pisces (Feb. 19 March Energy and resources are I GIVE UP! I CAN'T 6ETALON6 WITH THIS T( I GIVE TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan to scatter. Money matters gen- you are to succeed in your pro- Capricorn (Dec. 22 Jan. Jin haste slew down _____............. __...... o... ,-vi 01 j Lighter forms of recreation, Scorpio (Oct. 23 eraiiy are favorable, but there's Gemini (May zi June iwbmes, games are the most You are alert but not at your i no excuse for impetuous Deal first wuli the nearest, you attempt Later hours peak in making deals, import- i most accessible problems, one, offer a moment In your'ant purchases. Seek a steady i (1573, The Chicago Tribune) at a time, with as little appear- j mosj. intense relationship Pisces (Feb. 19 March Simple affirmative action, works best. There's little room. for which you may have some answers Leo (July 23 Aug. Familv and eommtnih v c n- tures "thrive jour contribti- for compromise and ro gain tions count and encourage oth-1 in making extra demands, ers to participate. Virgo (Aug. 23 Sept. Ask Andy ..ALAS, PEAR MJPPER... M 15 PA MOXIE FAT SHE SHCWEP 05, U PER HER UNIQUE AN'COOL M.O., P 15 PER PA HOUGH SHE ONCE PIP ROLL IN, P PER HER PETITION IN PA 0 PER HER LJNAUTH'RIZEP EXIT PEREFROM; R PER HER RECAPTURE AN' PUT PEM ALLTGEPPER SPELL MUPPER, PAT PEAR 01 PROAP IN CELL- 0LOCK 29 1 jj BLONDIE-2iy Chic Young MONDAY. APRIL 30 Your birthday today: Brings a scramble to get free of limitations and into shane to change next year's life style. Your evaluation of most people changes this year, so relationships move at a steep pace or d-.vindle as you grow aoart Today's na- tives are imaginative, pas- sionate, generous if given half a chance. Wun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER He'll be here at seven. Isn't Xews ideas are readilv an- j pie, today's question could it said Mary. "Onlv a plied, with associates trying to mean the number of individual fe'v more hours to wait But j be helpful even when the ideas animals or the number of spe- o: every mouse and flea, might what's the linre are a bit too new for their com- j cies. i approach the number of stars Jack glanced at his watch.' fort. j in our Galaxy. If this is so. "You've asked twice in the last] Taurus (April 20 May then the census of the sea Tough question i Andy sends a complete 20- i volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Matt Bonham, age 11, of Eugene, Oregon, for his question. Do more animals live on land or in the sea? A good question always leads us by the nose into new and fascinating realms. Sometimes the answer is not known in com- jpiete detail. Such mysteries are intriguing. Sometimes a large question spreads over Aries (March 21 April I two or more topics, for exam- on or near the surface, plus the birds that make trips into the lower atmosphere In the vast ocean, Me teems in the j sunlit surface but it dwin- dles as it gets down to the mid- night depths. Altogether, the global ocean has 300 times more living space than the land. And it seems to be a rule BEF" BAILEY_By Mort Walker of nature that life must strive to exist wherever possible. But lets not be too sure about the number of land and sea spe- cies. We can, however, be quite positive about the census tak- ing. A census of land animals, for example counting the nosas DASWOOD, YGU REVS MRS YOU MH THE O_ LIVES YOU SHOULD VS ME -IE WAS RlSHT THERE half hour, so figure it out your- Community service, charity, the self now. Add a ouarfer of the day's issues stir you to action. There are two ways to tackle today's subject. One approach time till seven o'clock this eve- j Your personal charm is on the is to count the individual ani- would outnumber the stars in at least a dozen galaxies One by one. the teeming popuia- ning to a fifth of the time rise: use it to coax reluctant mals of the land and sea j tjons of the sea far exceed land since noon today. That's the, people into cooperation time What do you say' (Answer tomorrow) Friday's answer: Apartment 4S6. one by one. Obviously a fantas- Gemini (Mav 21 June j tic census project of this sort is a larger variety of species. The favor of influential people 1 dcwnright impossible. However, is more accessible. It's a great j biology statisticians often spot- day for social expression, par- i check small sample areas to ties and wild stories. estimate animal populations in Cancer (June 21 July i wider regions. Such an estimate earth's known animal species Mr. Hunter answers all letters: i You find out now that some- merely gives an educated guess are insects. Though certain ideas welcomed. i thing is already set altho oth-Und nobody expects it to be I verv accurate. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAPO.ES H. GOREV 1773. Tilt Cnicjjo Tritciu X o r t h South vulnerable, ffest deals. NORTH KQ2 3 t. J 30 7 A A Q 10 4 3 2 WEST EAST A 10 S 4 7 S 3 K 18 8 6 5 'v A 7 4 OK83 0554Z SOUTH A J9S4 QJ9 AQS Tne bidding: West North East South Pass 1 Pass 2 XT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Six of C> VThen declarer is running K long suit at no tfump, a stoical attitude is an essen- tial characteristic for the de- fenders, since they may be subjected to considerable pressure in discarding. In the above hand taken From a team-of-four match, sne gave away the i. hole show to the declarer, nhile his counterpart at the sther table overcame adver- sity b" maintaining a stiff spper lip and not revealing sis discomfort to his oppo- nent. The bidding was identical at both tables zr.d againjt South's three no trump con- '.ract. the six of hearts was ipened. East put up the ace ind relumed the deuce. Smith's jack was covered by king ar.d a third cund cleared the sajt Wjtb eight Jop IrirVs vaiiab'e, "both declarers de- ided io ruT the clah siat in crdcr spply the isximun1 against be -------------------------------------------j ijyjy bones? i Today i in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS "April 28. 1373 The mutiny on the Bounty occurred 184 years ago to- Captain Bbsh adrift with 3? crew 1 bv the Bounty "s ijiale Flctchfr the mr'MJcen; tctl'cd on C3im Ward, the B'igh party sailed in nn boat Io Timor, where they were resciicd Tho New Soulh in Blich experienced a sccord nrjtiny arwi in V-fft, and he was. imprisKFifri for 1wo jcars Some Bomly rwjtincers were and in Ei Nit <3cfCfi3Tll5 Of inhabit Pstcairn Island i this HOPENOTVW HAPPENED COLLECHOM O' "CORPORAL CROCKS' BE HA'W'THEERD TO HIM FUM V BULLMOO5E LOM6 'ME'SIMHlS DEEP FREEZE. I'LL FINiD OUT 'WHEM HE'S COM) NG 6ASP.1.'- TMED.AL WAS SET FOP. DO THAT MEAN) HE'S ARCHIE-By Bob Montana Possibly memory plays a small part in this game of hide- and-seek. But it is not the key (factor. It is hard for us to ima- jgine the senses of other ani- 'mals. And a dog's sense of smell is so overpowering that j Twe would not want to imagine if. That nose of his is fantastic. 1 As 've knoxv, he does not need jmuch training to find a lost Ichi'd. If he gets a whiff of a person's coat or handkerhief. he puts his nose to the ground and follows the trail for miles and miles Without a doubt, a dog has a j super-keen sense of smell And j-Ri.hout a doubt he depends on lit io help him to pinpoint the i spot where he buned a favorite I bone Sometimes, his keen nose j is misled v.ith ether odors 'seeing up from below through Ire crumbly dirt He may make 'a few enthusiastic "But with patience, he usually sniffs out that certain j or later AAR. LODGE, VJ DO YOU HAVE r )OO ANY SOUP VSHARES DF ''SCRAMBLE SOUP" V 4 THAT TOLD, IN' THIS HOT HE'S OUT ON THE HI AND LOIS-By Dik 1 THINK C-J.IPS TRANSISTOR AVD STRETCH OUT ON THiS v CHAISE AND LISTEN TO V THE BALL SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal Questions asked by children of Herald readers should hp mailed Io Ask Andy. P.O. Box HanticgTon Beach, California KAGAR the HORRlBlE-By Dik Browns ChronicJp Publishing COME OF PAYMENTS BUT SURE IS POOR. LANP BUGS BUNNY I WriEKE AffE THOSE HATS THAT ON SW.E? 1 LOVE BARGAINS'