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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, August H, 1971 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN 6 DIXON SUNDAY. AUGUST 13 Your hirllulay loda; Your cominp year is a trip Into open personal encounter with destiny. Loam to use the limit the seldom determined free will that you have. Social contacts aro mixed, drama- tic. stimulating. Think of the situation as testing your abil- ly to evolve upwards. To- day's natives have n sense of 'theatre and often do well as special roles. AitlFS l.Miirrti 21 April Plans may have to be side- tracked while you tend needs of somebody near you. It's a lively Sunday with much acti- vity.' TAURUS (April 20 May Take tli'ngs as they are. in- cluding home and daily living habits of those around you. Visitors provide much stimulus. GEMINI (Slay 21 June Premature action is nliout par for the course. Remember that you may be henrinti incomplete news, another side to almost any issue. CANCKU (Jnn Zl July Now you have a chance to lip some delicate balance toward constructive solutions of com- plex problems, family condi- tions. LEO (July 23 Aus. Use your Sunday pick up the pieces, rescue what you can of the past. Make wliero you can to clear the path for n fresh start tomorrow. VIRGO (Aug. 2-3 Sept. Mental, intellectual expression comes easier with the complex- ities you cncoimter his Sunday. Unfinirhed chores need your aiter.tion. UIHIA (Sept. Oct. The mammal species Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Patti Ilillsman, age 10, of Green- field, Indiana, or her ques- tion: Jlrcw many different mammals are tkere? Suppose watched the dif- ferent mammals climb aboard Noah's Ark. Most likely the stately parade would lost all day. If we checked off each pair, we might have a list of about ifferent species. This seems like a lot of mam- mals. But a parade of insect species ould last for weeks. Even the scaly reptiles out- number the mammals, and so do the feathery birds. Ths imid house ouse Is a mammal species, the acrobatic harvest mouse is another spe- cies and so is the dainty deer mouse. Each of the different mammals belongs to its own Bpecies. You would think that tt would be easy to count them all up and give an accurate an. swer, right on the button. But tiw experts give us only B rough idea of how many mammal species share our planet. Some say here are oboul others say that the num ber is more likely and some say that here could be as many as different mammals. This is confusing especially when your favorite nature books seem o disagree Usually they say that the num ber they give is about right which means that it is not per feet. This leaves us free t. choose a more-or-less correc answer for ourselves. The wis est choice is somewhere he tween the highest and lowes estimates. So let's choose that the exact num ber of mammal species may be a few hundred less or a fe1 hundred more. This confusion does not mean that zoologists are careless azy in their of identify- ng different species, far from Think of all those different mice species. They are ver> nuch alike anrl chances are rou could not tell one from an other. But zoologists examim each species inside and out, ii detail. Often they art not sure, for example, brown and white mouse arc different species. They may 1) liHerent strains or varieties o he same species. Classifying the animals is ricky, patient job and the wor! joes on among scientist around the world. They com ?are their otes and discover es and from time to time they meet to decide just where each species belongs in the huge animal kingdom. And until they know for certain, they .say only "maybe." So far, they have idenlified more than million Members of the animal king- dom. But the job of classifying them into smaller, related groups is far from finished. Most of Ihe magnificent ani- mals are sizable animals and we tend lo notice them more than the other Features that share our world. Naturally the scientists use clues to separate them from all other animals. We can use some of these fea- tures to classify most mam- Concentrate on your social con- tacts niul get spmelilng done nbout long-standing questions. Resolve to nblclfl whatever omes of it. SCOHPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. tick with what is fundnmcn- al. disregarding local devla- ons from general practice, 'hrough pursuit of problems results. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-llec. Ixit olhers lead Ihe eom- nunity today. There are many liings" you can do for your in- rests besides public Involv- ments. CAPHICORN (Dec. 22 Jnn. Get an early start, be pa- Icnt with added turns of cir- cumsances, delays, extra of amenities, while you vait to hear (lie main news. AQUAH1US (Jan, 21) Find a modorale course, i little of everything, not much any one special interest. You mve figures to check some- vhcre. PISCES (Rob. 19-Mnrch See what you can do to make :his a quiet Sunday, with time for prayer and thanksgiving for what you have and expert to get soon. MONDAY. AUGUST 14 Your hirtlnlay today: Un- locks creative forces which will carry you upward in the world, perhaps to positions you had thought impossible. Plan lor a determined cam- paign to hold gains at that high level. Today's natives often put on a show or a farce to cover deep emotions from public view, have strong theatrical talent. AUIES (March 21 April Push your own ideas, bring old friends and associates to parti- cipate and to call the bluff of anyone talking stronger than he will deliver. TAURUS (April 50 May Mind your business: let others mind theirs. Family affairs come to momentary stress, of for opportunity for sharing dis- sident views. GEMINI (.May 21 June Opportunism gels you nowhere-, spoils your chances of being recoirniml on your own to depend on your own resources. CANCEll (Juno 21 July Personal affairs, emotional concerns push material inter- ests to the side. An early start helps dispose of necessary chores. I.KO (July 21! Aug. If you pitch in vigorously, deci- sions almost make themselves as you go. Putting ideas into coherent order conies easier. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Today's experience is like a treasure hunt, with all the dif- ferent hidden details you must dig out to make sense of what you've heard. I.lllRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You can make progress, ex- press your real self more effec- tively. Travel is favored, but make Ihe arrangements your- self. Friends speak up for you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Your courtesy now tips subtle balance for your benefit. An important decision may come to crisis. Choose and go on im- mediately. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Business interests should thrive, part.'.cularly where you are willing to move out into fresh contacts, explore inter- esting sidelines. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan, Fresh information is im- portant your sources have to JIG protected from disclosure. Persuasive powers are at good level. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fell. For once you have to pro- ceed on theory and extension ol incomplete knowledge. Move boldly, in context with long- range goals. PISCES (Fell. 19 March 201: Your opinion is strongly influ- enced by intuition, unconscious processes, so that you c'mnot justify ii. skeptics. Art on it. IN SOME PARTS OF THE IS At-KEAW TdtW TESTERCVVf- IF TUMORKOid IS ALREAW Wi CHARLIE NO WAV THAT TOMORROW CAN BE A BETTER PAY TUMBlEWEED5-By Tom K. Ryan THIS MONTH Trig COVETEP PLACK FtATHSR GOES TO THE TRIE'S NEW RECREATION PIRECTOR! IHAT FRISKY FROLIC AN1 FRITTER FREAK! THAT SUAVE SWAM! SWEAT SET] 09SEQ010US OTTER, I NAME YOU INPIAN OP7WE MONTH' mil, YOU'VE MET THE GUYS, OP... WHAT r ACTIVITIES PO YOU v GAME RECOMMENP? BlONDIE-By Chic Young SMOULD TOU.lrJ'VMENr BRlOSEl TOUR.1 TIIS WILL GIVE 'C'J A STARTV BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mart Walker I 1972 By Thi: Trihunc) mals for ourselves. In orde qualify, mammals must warm blooded, air-breathing animals who nurse their young on mother's milk. But classify- ing this or that mammal in his one-and-only species is not easy. This is why there is no exact answer for today's question. Questions nsftcQ Ity ctinilien of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, fiuntington Beacil, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1072) ASSUMPTION, Alia. (CP) four-man team investigating spending of Slavey Indian hand "uiuls will take about two months to sort out records, a team spokesman says. The investigation, which Wednesday, was ordered jy Indian Affairs Minister Jean C h r e t i e K after the Slavey's wanted to know what happened lo million of their funds. They alleged the department of Indian affairs had mishand- led the money and that they GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN What do you bid now? [e im.- BT TM TrttMi] WEEKLY BRIDGE 1 Past What action On you lake? Itsxk answers Mtnday} Hanny Sciwcll would be fined an amount not exceeding the bond they had posted. They also could be expelled from the country, but there was no indication that this would be done. "We will go ahead with our tour as salt; McCartney. Police questioned Hie trio for nearly four hours Thursday night after intercepting slightly more than five ounces of c nabi.s, as marijuana is known in Kurope, that harl mailed from Britain to the for mcr Beatle's new pop group, the Wings. The; police saitl (he three eon that they often had par eels of marijuana sent to them from London when on tour. McCartney quit the Beatles in 1970 and formed the Wings la si winter. His uife is a member of the group, and Scisveil Is an Amcri can who played on guitaris1 McCartney's last record album They were arrested back -stage Thursday night at the end of a concert. vere unaware that many ex- wtiditures on and off the re- erve had been paid from their untls. These expenditures included i construction of two unused air- strips; a reservoir and water system which .services depart- ment .staff, but not Indians; lousing, roads on and off the eserve- a sawmill operation and corral and cattle. The rerervc is in the ex- ,reme northwest of the prov- nee. About Hie only fact deter- tnined here was that mil- lion had been spent, not mil- ion as the Slaveys thought. The investigating team Is made up of Montreal lawyer Bob Lilvack, Alex Dedam, ex- ecutive director of the New Brunswick Union of Indians, Earl Parker, senior auditor with the department's finance advisory office in Ottawa, and Jack Tully, from the federal government's community af- fairs branch. Mr. Litvack anrl Mr. Dedam said they thought the Slaveys had not fully understood what they had signed when they authorized expenditures for the rcsenoir and water sys- tem. The Indi ans were under tlie impression they would get the '.tr into their homes, how- ever, only department staff and teachers get water in their home Wa t er boxes a re pro- vided for the Indians The team toured the reserve, prompting Mr. Dedam, a Mic- mnc from the Burnt Church He- sc r ve i n Nc w Brunswick, to comment tliat he found condi- tions "appalling, disgusting and deplorable-." "I've always heard these kind of conditions, but I've never believed it. I'm reaHy (hat there's more concern shown for the church, the .school and ad- ministration b u i I tl i n g s than there has been for homes (he Indians live John CfiiccJa, assistant dep- uty minister of Indian Affairs, said the team wants to find out how the money was actually spent and who got contrac- tors or hand employees. DEAR SIR: YOUR 5HOV1 7HATDUE TO YCKJf; DISSIPATED UFES HAVE ONi.y 6OPAYS TO LIVE. LIFE ON THE J-lAZY-S-By T. H. Edwards HIRE OFF 1H BRU3H CATTLC OUt-lt JO COtJiD SCE BUCK f ARCHIE-By Bob Montana 1 THEY'RE BAKIMGniE FISH IN A PIT WITH PINEAPPLES AMD COCONUTS RlBHf ON THE BEACH ARCHIE AMD JUQHEAD HAVE BEEN PREPARING IT SINCE MORH1NSJ COUID'A TOLD us.. ANYTHING WE CAN DO FOR THE LUAU? ...THE TIDE COME IN THIS HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browno ARE YOU JUST' GOINS TO STMD THESE ALL PAV K3IN6 NCTHINS 8LFT LOOK OUT AT THEREIN? JW (5OM0 TO STAND Tf HERE CLENCHir-.'G RSTS U STIFFENW6 ft GRINDING MV TEHTH ANP I CURSINS STEADILV SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Noal rfs IMPOSSIBLE? to DO SAIO ASOUf GETTING TO TWg MOON BUGS BUNNf 'THIS INSOMNIA TOO BAR JS k I HAVEN'T BUT FOF7 -THWEe. J NOW T' BA.CK T'TM' BRUSHES W-- Jp-'p-u HERE'S OUR. "HAPPY HELPER" MOPKL... OLA... (3UAKANTKEP FER A FULL WONT RIP, RAVEL WHAT A REVOLTIfJ' PEVELOP.MENT! JA, llfc ;