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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 - THE lETHBRlDGE HERAID - WecJneiday, December 9, 1970 Your horoscope By Jeana Dixon THURSDAY. DEC. 10 Votir birthday tmlay; A period Iwgiiis of facing the firm realities of your age and circumstances - ciiang-Ing the tilings you can and learning to live with tlie things you can't. In order to advance your own growth, you must inipire others to do likewise. Emotional life now promises ricli and rcwardijig experience. Today's natives flrc enthusiastic talkers who generally gather many friends, may lead their local community. ARIES (March 21-Aprll II) i Fellow workers are apt to be restless and upset your routines. There's an opening for a bit of ftm - speak quickly if you want to go along, but don't spend much money. TAURUS (April 20-May 20); Onservative people push you to go along with their system, though your own is better. Travel, errands require extra time and care. Nei^bors tend to get in the way, GEMINI (May 21 oal is one of our most important fuels. And most of our underground supplies were created from plant material that grew in those soggy swamps around 300 million years ago. * w w Coal is classed as a fossil fuel because it is the fossilized remains of plants that lived long ago. Much of our industry depends upon it. However, we are beginning to learn that its fumes add pollution to our global atmosphere. Someday, we shall find and substitute cleaner fuels. Then, no doubt, shall the Carboniferous and all other past ages be equally important. Questions asued by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1970) I WASMOPINSVTJU ^ COULD TBLU MB BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker II'L ABNIR-By A! Capp 561-pound Briton diets to stave off death KNOTTINGLEY, England (AP) - Arthur Armitage weighed 561 pounds in February and Guinness Book of Records named him th� lioavicst man in Britain. Since then he has lost 190 pouml.s and is well on his way lo a record as the country's ohampion slimmer of all time. "1 wa-s tired of being a freak," Armitage said today. "Now I'm feeling vci7 lit, better than I have in years." He still weighs 365 pounds but hopes to get down to 225 by next June and stay there. That would mean a total of 330 )i()unds, another C.ui-ness record. Doctors told the 41-year-old bachelor and belting shop managa- tliat ho would die early unless he lost weight. He first checked into hospital and lost 70 pounds in eight weeks. No^v his diet calls for only 600 calories a day-unsweetened tea three times a day and one moal ot meal and vegetables only. Try former Nam" FRANKFURT (Renter) - a former member ot the Nazi SS, Adolf Strohhammer, went on trial here Monday accused of complicity in the murder of several thousand Jews in the Soviet Union in 19-11 and 1W2. Slroh-liammer'ha.s admitted the shoot-inp.s took place but said the .S.S ' eomniawlo unit \vi led was toki I the victims were partisan guer-I rUla.s. WHERE'S TH* DIAMONDS? TH'FUZZ. ^ ,V/A& AFTER US-" SCV/E-cHuCKlef. STASHED IT AWAY IN A SAFE PIACZ- , '-NAMELV, FEARLESS POSDICK'S SKULL.'.' rrwAs OPEN AT TH'TI MEAN' ^ V/AS L UOOKlMy "BUT rrsscwED NOW" chuckles eweoupasaimT ickles the it.\ ^'AMD ONLV WE KNOW WHAT'S IN IT.'.'" cao^ ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browne ON THE OTHB? HAND,VOUf� DAD MAV NEVER FINP OJT WHO BROKE HIS WATCH I7.-7 SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal SANTA'S CHRISTMAS CRISIS-By Walt Diiney BUGS BUNNY dUMP com DOWN from there AMD GIVE me ten gallons OF GAS � 1 ;