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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Scilurdny, Docombor 5, 1970 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixori SUNDAY, DEC. 6 Your birthday today: In your development cycle, it is time for your sense of ma- terial values to become stronger. Push onward to ac- quke more resources, strive to improve earnings. Emo- tional satisfactions are prom- ised if you willingly share vour feelings with those who care for you. Altogether, in material and emotional ful- fillment, it is an excellent year. Today's natives are versatile, usually fond ot travel. Often they show good linguistic skills. ARIES (March 21-April Even though it's Sunday, a number of people want to talk business. Some very odd ques- tions are involved. Listen, if you must, but put off a definite commitment. TAURUS (April 20-May You have a wide selection of activities today. People are more willing to share. Some in- cident brings on nostalgic feel- ings. Keep evening plans light- hearted. GEMINI (May Zl-June Get a headstart, with your best friends and in your fav- orite attire, make it a cheerful, socially adventurous day. En- tertain or find a good party in the evening. CANCER (June 21-July Make the most of a streak of coincidences; express yourself freely. There are new things to learn within easy walking dis- tance. Gather good friends for a cheerful evening. LEO (July 23-Aug. Some recent projects begin to pro- duce results. Make changes in your share of joint endeavors. Friends bring you news on pub- lic issues; wait for the full story before acting. VHIGO (Aug. A little at a time is the phrase for today social activities, reactions which you have in- spired in people. Old friends I own courss. There are new in- sights to be gained. You might repeat some past excursion that worked out well. SCOlll'IO (Oct. 23-Nov, Devote energy to your commu- nity and its welfare. Your good humor projects and attracts significant cooperation. Have your family join you in healthy pastimes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. If you can visit all day with friendly people, do it. If not, make the best of the day in a relaxed mood. Family con- ferences produce a great idea. CAPlilCOIlN (Dec. 22-Jan. Get out of the groove and seek fresh experiences. Social projects promise to expand in new directions, so allow plenty of time for details. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Make a tour of the places where small items you want might be available. With luck, you may find something. Col- lect money and possessions you've lent lately. PISCES (Feb. 19-March A friendly approach brings warm responses. Do your share in the community's expression Andy sends a complete 20- volume set, of the World Book Encyclopedia to Darlene Nev- ille, age 11, of St. J o h n' s, Newfoundland, Canada, for her question: What does the honeybee flanci marvelous of these is the honey- Dee dance. It is a pantomime, performed when a bee finds a supply of flowery nectar and spirits. Ballet dancers er trained dancers can express moods and emotions and even pantomime stories without words. We do not know whether bees have understandable emo- tions, or wish to express them. But we do know that the busy buzzers have well organized systems of communication. This without a doubt, is the purpose and meaning of the honeybee's dance. t V Every little honeybee knows her chores, and work in the busy hive is organized down to the last detail. This often calls spirea ui for teamwork and the relaying offer encouragement if you let of information. We know that them these remarkable insects have LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Be various methods of communica- serene and let things take their ting with each other. The most lcan? returns to the hive. Beekeepers We ordinary folk dance when o{ past assumed that she we're happy to show our good dancefl jor joyj spreading the snirit-s. Ballet dancers and oth- was news that sweet nectar was available somewhere outside. In recent years, scientists thi about have proved that there is much t ebvening more to Uiis in the honeybee (jlul dance. Early ill the morning, lone scouts set forth to patrol the neighborhood for likely sup- plies of nectar. They may find friendly flowers a few yards rea[ from the hive or range as far GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1179: Br Tht Ctllcm TtiklMl WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ