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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE 1E1HBRIDGE HERALD Solurdny, Auguil 24, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON St'XIUY, AUG. 27 Your hlrlhday today: Simplicity, perhaps to tho point of austerity, is lira di- rertiou your daily living this coming year. What you hang onto now soon becomes a burden. Today's natives pursue personal education for most of their lives. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Abrupt shifts in program are par for current conditions. Y o u can be stubborn and hold your ground without re- sott to angry words. TAURUS (April 20-May Spending; Sunday at home lias positive advantages this week. Host early, don't be sur- prised if others come to you for advice. GEMINI (May 21 June Get up early, do your share of work, then get out of it for a rest, anywhere you can get soli- tude or a peaceful quiet. CANCER (June 21 July FEinily connections may be stressed over some passing dis- agreement. Put business out o your mind, give yourself break. LKO (.luly 23 Aug. Ex pect others to be sensitive this Sunday, so resolve to let them be while you work out some o vour own riddles. YIKC10 !3 Srpt. 22) You are in line for critical re view this Sunday, lie assure that much of the comment favorable and go right ahea serenely. LIUR'A (Srpt. 23 Oct. 22) Small groups manage quit well tiiis Sunday, while larg assemblages experience dive, Bion, conflicts. Avoid fatigue. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 2i; Keep calm while dealing wit changes, as they tend to wor out better than original plans or casual drift of habit. It's Jong day. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D( Moderation and self ad quacv are your keywords f successful living this Sunda Deal with unfinished co respondent. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Ja Get in some serious stuc self- improvement activil lends and fnmily tend to be. your best level of business I of touch with your plans. skills. .QUAUIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Tact and self-restraint are eded. Remember that young- people need (o learn from eir own decision-making cx- ricnce and errors. 1'ISCKS (Feb. 10-March simmering questions up for airing, perhaps fi- uswers. Sudden sweeping out of order, need SCOKl'IO 23 Nov. Patience with midday confu- sion puts you into a good spot to take advantage of passing opportunity movo fast when you do. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-lJcc. Once you've been patient with early false starts and re- vision, U. fortin, MONDAY, AUG. 2S Vour birthday today: You start with what you have nd what added support and encouragement you can get rom others, then you build. Expect a change in con- ditions. Candor works better than tact. Today's natives pursue knowledge all their lives, tend to high efficiency. ARIES (March 21-April ake the initiative, make lianges work and get started efore someone else begins, eck full information on linan- ial questions. TAURUS (April 20-May Whatever creative effort made now conies under nspection. Do further research, ome coui-so diverging from usual habias. GEMINI (May 21 .Iilllr, Co-operation become s more easible late in the day special- y for idealistic programs. Let your friends in 01, a secret. CANCER (June 21 July It's a field day for gathering conflicting opinions while being discreet about your own. Cop- ing with younger people comes ate for your real interests. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22 Jan. Home and possessions are both a joy and a burden today. Romance loads to departures from plans. It's a long day. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 I'cb. There's a dividend in do- Uie amenities with friends and relatives. Somebody can put in a good word for you where it counts PISCKS (Feb. 10-Mnrch Try to better your material re- sources, whether it means tak- ing on different tasks, or de- manding a larger share ol what you produce. (W72 By The Chicago Tribune) I MI55EP THE GOLPEN AGE OF I REFUSE TO MISS THE 60LOENA6E OF SLEEPING! TUMBUWEEDS-8y Tom K. Ryan easily. LEO (July 23-Aug. Give people and their burdens time to settle into some se- quence, then pilch in to redeem all your commitments. Make no new promises today. VIRGO (Aug. n, Sept. Reach out for fuller commu- nications now. Pack up ne- glected correspondence. Pull family resources together for better investment. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Try to get co-operation in starting new projects, re- membering that despite rest- less activity, you are not at Andy sends a complete 20- volumo set of the Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Christ- opher H. Turi, age 12, of East Brunswick, New Jersey, for his question: Where ilid Ursa Major get Its name? In the Latin of ar.cient Home, Ursa Major meant this Great Bear. Ages ago, the people of England called it Charlie's Wan. Charlie meant the night watchman and the "wain" was the wagon he pulled around and around the sky. Our name for this same celestial constellation is the Big Dipper. We call its small partner the. Little Dipper. The ancients called it Ursa Minor, the Little Bear. The names of the familiar constellations date hack to pre- history and some of their ori- gins are lost in the dim past. They prove that even our ear- iest ancestors were born star gazers, who observed the hea- vens, saw the patterns ol starry constellations r.r.d chose Adults problem in use of drugs CALGARY fCP) A world' created by adults has resulted in a greater drug problem for adults than for 'young people1, Dr. D. L. Peterson said here. "We are dealing with an adult world of unrest, violence and drug he told a seminar on alcohol and drugs. Dr. Peterson, medical direc- tor of alcohol and drug educa- tion at the State Hospital In Willman, Minn., estimated all the United States' 10 million alcoholics and four to six mil- lion amphetamine addicts and 75 per cent of the narcotic ad- dicts are adults. When people cope with daily problems in an achieve- ment-oriented society they de- pend on drugs, he said. 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