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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 IHE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thundoy, Auguil 19, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon FRIDAY. 3d Your II I r I II d a y Imlai: What is past is merely a pre- face lo what conk's next. You needn't burn bridges behind you now your inner naluif inolvcs in sui'li leaps that no return lo preuous emotional ami psyehologieal ccnelilion.s any- way. Today's unlive.- iiic mos! of (lieir lives eo-operaf- ing on a mental plane de.s- pile physical activity. AR1HS March 31-April up yoiij week wilb a flourish won't this particulai way again Per- sistent effort allies mosl de- tails well. TAl'ULS Put your main attention onlo linanaal and economic mai- lers. See where your money goes, where more is lo tome from. (iKMIM (May 11 .Mily Being forthright needn't in- clude harshness your self- iliscipline is under lest. Show j realized that East must have more diamonds than hearls because he hid dia- monds first. If he has five diamonds and [our hearts, then the partnership holds nine cards in each suit. However, if East has six diamonds then the chances become greater that one of the opponents may he void in that suil. East's willingness to nlay six diamonds suggests I'.ial there may he n greater disparity In length between his two suils than the bidding had previously suggested. Allho (he evidence is by no means conclusive. West per- haps should hnve been more Inclined to lead a heart. Had he done so, his side would have cashed the first two tricks. Mr. Blakeney said at a news i conference his new Democratic Party government docs not agree with suggestions lhat a premium increase con- trol costs. He said the government fav- ors working with the medical profession and the medical care insurance commission to control costs and abuses, "rath- er than trying to introduce a regulatory approach at this liny The premier said the govern- ment would seek to control i costs at the base, hy suggesting economies in hospital usage through extended home care ami by hospital organizational efficiency. MORSE BYELECTION Tlle premier also said the government intends lo ca market. What's more, they claim lhat he also rips holes in I heir nets. His agile, four-foot body weighs around 80 pounds and he is a strong underwater swimmer. He can tear his way through most nets with no trouble at all. However, most fishermen feel somewhat embarrassed about complaining. The sea otter wears an exquisite coat of thick silky fur for1 which his kinfolk were hunted until they were thought lo be ex- linct. Then a few showed up and strict laws were passed lo protect them. For years there were none in the abalone fish- ing realm, but as (heir num- bers multiplied they returned. Most people don't want to change the conservation laws lhat still protect him, which is why the lillle nuisance is an embarrassment. When a sea otter surfaces with an abalone, he floats on his ack and uses his furry lummy as a table. There, in plain sight of the fishermen, he cracks the shell and leisurely uses his dainty paws to feed himself. Surely the clever character can't be teasing those frustrated fishermen! S'o far, nobody has come up with a worthwhile idea on how to preserve abalones from the I clever little sea otters. All we can do is hope other items on his diet v. ill become more that he concen- j trales on them. Then he might leave at least some of the abalone for humans who first hunted him almost to ex- tinction and then passed con- servation laws to help him sur- vive. Sometimes Ihe frisky fellow catches a medium-sized fish. More often he dives 100 feet or more to dredge food from the sea bed. He may select a leggy cuttlefish or a plump sea ui'chin, a clam or a mussel or some other crustacean. He ways carries his snack to the surface, floats on his back and eats moiillifuls from his per- sonal table, his stomach. His may be abaloneur anylhing else he wants because the forbids anyone to retaliate. Tlie handsome sea otter is rated as a super-smart ani- mal. Some observers claim that he can use a stone as a byelection in Morse coastituen-, tool to open a shellfish. In any cy between the end of harvest case, he has some very clever this year and tbc slart of the i tricks to hjde from killer spring session of the legislature. I whales and other hungry foes. The constituency was held hy When not busy, he hides in former premier Ross Thatcher, beds of floating kelp. When he ivho died July 23. of a heart attack U.S. park feeling the pinc YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK I API The general manager of Ycllou-slnne Paris ft) one of I lie ren.s'ins lor Ihc inin'e lhan Id-pcr-cenl. rlc. clinc in visitor travel this year is "adverse and incorrect pub- licily." Amorman, head ot tho company which supplies services in Ihe park, said Urn other reasons were the general economic slowdown, strikes and space industry cutbacks in Cal- ifornia and Washington. I He said the draws I'hpavily from those slalcs ,wl the cutbacks as well as .strikes in various industries probably J dozes, be wraps himself in scarf of floating seaweed to hide his body and keep himself from floating away. The frisky fellow also loves to play. Often he rolls up a wad of seaweed to loss around in an oiler- type ball game Questions asRCfl by cnndrcn of Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Box 7K, Ilnntlngton Beaca, California (Coin-right Chronicle P'lblishing Cn. 1971} 7UMBfEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN HAMHOCKER, WHAT HAVE YOU PONE TO'MY ISN'T HE THE WAS AWHM.IY5HAW LOOKING-, SO I GAVE HIM A 6007 SOWING M9 PLEACHEP ALL HIS I COM0CP HIS TAIL ANP MARCELLEPHIS HAiKl I ACTUALLY KNITTW THOSE SPATS IN PLEACH SHOULP LA5T FOR WEEKS! BtONDIE-By Chic Young BLONPIE, T WISH WE GOULD THINK UP SOME WAV TO FIGHT INFLATION vi I m NOW, V L-ORP BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker THAT WHV LICKED ME? JWoisr (itaa f-fl U I ABNER-By Al Capp MOST OF THEM ARE DECENT AND HARP-WORKING -BUT THERESA -AND IT COULD BE MINORITV THAT OKIE Of THOSE GIVES THEM J FIRE A FEW WARNING r SHOTS---- A BAD NAME ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I HAD A JOB COLLECTING GARBAGE.. AND I TRIPPED ANP SPILLED IT.' AND THEY ARRESTED YOU FOR 7HAr? WHERE'D VOU SPILL, IT? OFF THE TOP OF THE BANK. BUILDING ON MAIN STREET, AT RUSH IT'S JU6HEAD' HE'S BEEN HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne DAD SURE READS THE V WHAT IS THERE PAPER A LOT. WHATfe HE 11 BESIDES THE READING FUNNIES? A NEWSPAPER IS DIVIDED INTO TYO PARTS... THE AND THE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal olroin driver's seal during lour .VLAVIJ LAKE (CP) Pre- mier Harry Slrom was in Ihc driver's seat as he toured northern Alberta seeking sup- port for the Aug. ,10 provincial election. The premier, tinted some families to post-, boy bools, look Hie controls ol pone their vacations. a two-engine aircraft taking Amcrman said there also; him lo several northern com- munities ansl piloted Ihe crall for more (han half an hour. Lalor, he drove Ihe Social Credit p.-nly's campaign bus. The premier said be did I In j were incorrect reports about "dangers of coming lo (he park" and specifically cited ac- roiml.s cmiceniinc "veru ing. crime, hippies and drug "We haven't been full one j nboul. leading the Social Credit night in four ho said. into victory. ('rivi'if! hcran-i- ho "fell pocd" WAS AMAZING HOW QUSEH STEPPED OM THE PgAWBRI KE. ANP PEPULSED TME AWSBV MOB ALL BV HERSELF.' TM TO HAVE SUCH A KPVLWE WFE. BUGS BUNNY IS CUB-HOUSEHOLD- HELPER. MODEL, PUPDsy. SET I !SI EUBBER....BLA...BLA... V GUARANTEED FOE. THREE ;