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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE inH3RIOGE HERAID Frldoy 29, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, DEC. 30 Your birthday today: Ev- erything depends on whether you co your own think- i "ing. follow your own intuitive guidance, f o d a y's natives have strrjg instincts concern- ing giving ard getting protec- are willing to do much for the general welfare. ARIES (March 21-Apri! irtl: The brightest icon r.ow is to get done with whatever you; must do so early and then or- ur.htirrled. TAURUS (April Sn-Mav 201: Spread the work as '.veil as the rewards for doing it. get cov- erage on all fronts. Sccial ac- tivity flows readily, enjoy it. GEMINI (May 21-June Ee tacLful. get ctr.ers 'o join you in getting a move on; it's time and for some things overtirr.e. Pursue romantic as- pirations. CANCER (June 21-July Today promises a generally pleasant atmosphere. Gather your friends and neighbors for j share your favoirte past- itiir.es. 1 plenty going the rounds cow. i self to please others. I You can sort them out better if PISCES (Feb. IB-March are making some travels Talents you didn't fully appre- ciate come to the surface nat- urally when you extend By The Chicago Tribune) Ask Andy LEO (July 23 Aug. As vou -'.ake the most of a good i of your own. day, loos about you, see how AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. much you have going for you, whrit luck you've had in get- tin-; there. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Younger people around you bring both cheer and a new puzzle to solve. Parties naturally' cro'.vd out business efforts. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Xov- that it's both weekend and tbe year's end. there may be handy who are not nor- mal lv accessible. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. A touch of showmanship hurts tc-iav, and spur of the moment have a better than usual probability of success. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 211: Being yourself and being in an appropriate plr.ce doing the sensible things attracts in- teresting personal rewards. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. There are gccd ideas in Your energy and will to be cre- ative should be thoroughly ex- pressed. Crowd into the day all that you can. SUE MM HAVE KONKE0, fcVT I NEVER Tom K. Ryan AMP HOW A FcW WORPS FROM THE OPPOSITION CANPIPATE FOR CH1EF1: THE LOTSA LUCK Where do they go? Andy sends a complete 20- vo.iime set of the Merit Sru- dc-nts Encyclopedia to Lori Myers, age H. of Cam-entry, Rhode Island, for her ques- tion: are the frogs in the winter? Their busy season ends be- fore the first frost arrives. The following months of winter j are intolerable to the frogs' for several reasons. For one tring, they are cold-blooded creatures who gee their body heat from their surroundings. All living cells need warmth in order to function ar.d since frogs have no thenncstats, they cannot Ebirlc the cold winter weather, j However, nature instructs them j to the proper precautions to protect themselves until You may skate over a pond, never guessing that frogs are hibernating safely buried in the below the ice and water. Others are sleeping soundly in frog-sized crannies the woods and mea- do-.v.- The frisky frogs, that added such merriment to the summer season are now drop- oti'-s from the winter weather, i Even if they could abide the .._ cold, they would face a grocery coon's passport expired some', shortage because their staple. time ago ar.d he must report I insect food has departed. within 43 hours to the embassy Elaborate preparations for this consular office to apply for a dropout season begins in the new one. i fall. Then a sensible frog is If the embassy enforces that i busy devouring every bug and own individual biological it will be the first grub that his fast flicking ton- I clock. V.Tiile we can make some jn memory that the U.S. gue can grab. He intends to adjustments in our habit; government has'treated Hughes i take on extra fat that wil b; like learning to take an an ordinary citizen. He has i absorbed gradually during the i r.oon nap the basic rhythm living for in Man- is probably programmed for agua, the capital of Nicaragua, hours sleep a night. life. Darkening the room, then, i apparently wi'hout any question My sis is just like I won't change the basic, inherent j being raised about his passport, me and we average five or six brain rhythm, although the sud-1 rje-v flf the United hours a night. V.'e feel' den cue oi light or noise may state; after tie earthquake last 'me. though our husbands are disturb your usual cycle and drove him from Man- MAYIASKKOIVYOSJIN1W TO MAKE A SPEECH WITH- OUT ANY VOCAL CHORPS? BLONDIE-By Chic Young LAWRENCE E. LAMB. M. D. to rise' is not harmful Dr. !.amb 1 24. Many sleep patterns, are hao- tr.arried and in pretty which are often formed health. All my life rny d'ad ecu- early in life. I suspect the ditioncd Sis 'and me" to "rise i brain organizes itself to a give; and shine" verv early. A-s a re- [rhythm ir. infancy and suit. I cannot sleep after about! childhood and the daily cycle 7 a.m. Since I am a school-! then activ.'tes brain mechan- teacher. this suits- me fir.e. Un- j isms thereafter that control our fortunately, my husband ar.d I' own day-night cycle. The ifl- entertain "a lot en weekend 'til dividual brain patterns become all hours and have friends stay j ones' over. During the week, we hit the sack late (midnight) and people are constantly telling me that I'm nuts and my body must have seven or eight Billionaire Hughes has problems LONDON' 'AP: The U.S. :rr.bassy threatened today the privacy oi hermit billionaire iioward R, Hughes, holed up on the top floor of a Itmirious tjon- don hotel. An embassy spokesman said th': American ty- OXAY, MAVlS.i I'LL. CAL'-VCJ SACK 3SHT PEA 1 TJLKTO SJ3AW 8EETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker aaU2. and apparc-r.tly no objec- tion was made to his' not having vrorried over our lack of slesp. cause you to sleep. This is We do have dark circles under i happens on globe-circling our eyes but those have al- trips. The change in day-night a the embassy ways been there. take vita- cycle geographically is out of .Bought to ercpsrfite his admLs- min hut. because j phase v.ith or.e's biological we i c'.ock and the bcdy has to make sion hor to Britain by telling the 't't'ice that he was coming a valid passport. no' sleep past more e.A: huurs, I feel ail da'.'. I've tried naps, but 1 cannot sleep. Deor Reader The key to our pro'ole'i is in your own that you feel fir.e and are in pretty health. There is no set rule for how many hours of sisep a person needs. Some people, like yourself, r.efid only five or hours of sleep and some apparently ever, less. Others 10 hours. We are all Individuals with dif- sleep. The dark cl.-cles under the eyes have nothing to do with ;our sieep habits. The color is from the veira around the eye ur.'k-r the skin. The blue blood here causes the color. Everyw.e has the same blood in this region. Some have more fat around the eye and the veinis are deeper ar.d cannot be seen. It only tells me that face is ratter thin which more a function of your eating ar.d energy expending habits TTI I ferent needs. Sleep is necessary ar.d familial cnarsctcrirtics lor the proper function a matte, rf system but the; i (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) foodleis months ahead. As the cays grow c-ocler, he loses his pep ar.d starts seeking a suit-1 Lbir: cubbyhole. Being an arm-1 phjjbian. he is at home on [and or in the water. He may choose a hibernation den in either en-' viror.mert. In any case, he will select a cubbyhole where he can rest undisturbed. He may v.-riggle into a small cavity among some stones, snuggle under a pile of fallen leaves or immigration rules al- find a suitable pocket in a log admission of foreigners i or old tree stump. If he hap- passports as long as pens to find a deserted burrow carry documents esub- in the ground, he tucks hirn- their identity and natiw- self inside. Sources dose to Hushes I Most frogs mature from thf: planned to stay in Brit-! Udpole to adults, during a single y. months, possibly summer. But the big bullfrog home office spokes-1 takes longer. his first fall season arrives, he i.s still z big fat tadpole, with no choice about where he will hibernate. As his pond grows cooler, he sinks down and burrows into the mud. Various other adult frogs, remain very attached to their ponds. When winter ap- proaches, take a last lock around and dive down to snug- gle into the mud maybe along- Ihe. bullfrog tadpoles. ABNER-By Ay Copp Uihin aMtv said' ai.i longer. he remain long as it suits him." 'Crirr.e in f-orri a -Ir.e in r_he ncoc- of Etiquette' 'i; '-i fc-iiar'ci "for 'J; everu 'r V cay- j K'.otr.ar- oabe.'; ARCHIE-By Bob Montana tax OTTAWA A come tax information GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN Bf rn Neither vulnerable. West ff.Ai. NORTH A 7 2 WEST A A q 3 A K Id A K j SOl'TH A K Jl'j sstion from a penalty double of the If a game not in the offing, then the penalty might still yield a satUfactory profit. West accordingly doubled one spade and all hands passed. We-'.t opened the king of and "ten his part- r.er played the deuce, switched to the king of clubs. st trick two. East signalled with the sev- er; and declarer played tr.e V.'est continued with tte 0 A A 9 the Itirig oi ar.d in V.'eu North EaU v.-iih Ihe ace. J "y J'3M 17 1 of r.earf.3. [Jhle. Pavt the feighit rieclsr- Opefjing of oe'jce. An enLerpJisirg tr.e queen, East over- a corttract by -tfith the kin3 ar.d rjff the ace. TAher, sn elert c 1 2 T e r cor.UriuerJ 'i iracitrf tr.i last srijmp fcy leariir.g o{ put u? ]ft-i and rfef.urr.cd tlie tr.e of East vjtr. one tr.e j a caaherl Ir.e points, he strong of ar.d tontinuel r.o trump. Es.U the riivafi- one of sr.d an r.ow ft f r 01 1 r.d of of ore zyzfa, utjich Ka5t erishkd hsr'Jly 'r.e of fn iJr.e of o tsr'fe'.f to diar.-.v'ri ar.d hnjmp ir.viting psrtr.ftr a W5 to farr.e. to or.e errsil rr.arje rhft cl'.cke. that wulrf tha- sr.d take r.o'. have scored s afairiStcr-s in his on thft-r I; WMl'" a ll'-'tr- r.51''; 10 or sijhi Ui eafract Frffldect at rxi trurnp- free in- service v.il! be available by telephone starting Jan. 2, Revenue XSinis- i rne frogs sink ir.to the detp ter Rooert Stanbury said to'-ay.; corna of Irvi hibc-raatioti. Tr.e Taxpayers dial for tax lips! to a slop witno-jt charge at any of the i breathing stops altogc-th- revenue department's If, district er. Oxygen in reduced supplies offices, a itatecrrent said. i3 needed, though this is no Taxpayers out of range of problem. The miraculous arn- i those regional offices can call; phibian skin can absorb dis- i long distance without criarge by solved oxygen from water or asking the operator for Zenith moist air. Trie sleepers uwitr DB ahsorb oxygen from Tne statement said that the the soggy mud. Thote in c-jo- rever.us department 'a the first i byholes on the do' land at> one to launch a; sorb all they need from the and that about 47 per moist air around them. cent of ai! taxpayers would pay i Questions asked by children 'long rV-.tance charges if they! of Hsrald readers should ne 'called their local tax offices for information now the' f.c-r.ftme tikrr, effect. fiut it cautioned citizens to rear! the tax forms care-fully HI AND IO1S-BI Dik mailcil lo Ask Anrly, F'.O. Hot 765, IluntingloD Reach, California 52Slli. 'Copyright Chronicle I'nbfishing Co, if not all CJIKS- tions are in trtft guide, j But if they still have a problem, IrOllDfi it. is that they contact! distrir.r taxation office ei- i thf.-r by by htter or by visiting the prerrilses." the tax advice availahle v.T.-ekdays only during regular hours from n m. to prn. lo'j.ii SHORT RIBS-By Frank Q'Neoi worried only for andic.nce spoke r' rr> oi'iuer 1 orv premier ill CHICAGO rAI'i A rojin for 5 Chinese trvip-; dis- by tear said Sunday that tr.e group's main cor.ce-rn was for safety of fhe au- Tr.ey v.f.-rfc really sid Jan llc-rris on r.oar- of the BUGS BUNNY declired -red it r.c'jrt v.as arlm ''.Mttii Helations. which" is forrnr-r fjn- thf; American tour of the .'J a! Sr.er.ya.ng Ar.Tobatic friticaliv in Ihtj ha-, wife Miss Btrris 4'V.'e Americans involved in th': troiipf: 'vtrf: more than rxfrformtrs. f.hi- saying: 'It t rnsltcr. I doesn't matter.' ?.'o injuries WCTC in in f'r.o (Jn- ihe Saturday night, inciden1. of !M3 i-firformance war: held up the t.heatrr; was evacuate. group in Can- ads recently. cor.'iiilon since EATIIJS LOS5TS17 VATHOUT A. SIB BE QUITE MESSY1 SCROUXjaN' CAMS ASA1S1, HEY, ;