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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHORIDGE HERALD Tliuriilny, Ftbrunry 17, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON FlllDAY. riCM. IS Your liirllnlay I u d a Opens a ycai' o( s'.uUU'n hi-eaks. inos'l el them favrir- ablc ilespilc iK'ir Mirprise ture. Ymir aliemion is dravui to eilucalional programs or i suuiics .nil.-.ile lhi> schools. Local el'.urullini-nl Ls inipor- lo uu. m.i> mean dofi- nhe Today's natives -cnn I" li.ive a fa- camblc, ai'C normal in oilier AIIIKS (March '.M-Arml Nmv is iie.-i and perliap last lime to Cover recent ills-. crcpancies in >onr work Re- view rasters iis you close out llie week. TAL'IUS (April 20 May Rliikl for Hie future, don't lake on current cnnnec- licns. confide liillf lo those you're GEMINI (May 21 June You'll be proud of your lad ami taeilurnily. Clam up for once on today's influences. In up invitalions. >on pive. lo Ihink. while avoiding games and ]K.'rhaps honowors. C'AM T.i; t.Iimi1 .M-.Iul) on Iliinss you can .'.lone; prefer fresh lir.vs liave no sel h.liils ll's a lahor- iross-purpo.-i'.-i soil ol degrees to Ihe lalilnde and longitude lines on Ihe The North Pole is a pin- point al 90 degrees North of the cqua'iir. II is di rectly below Hie North Pole on the Big Dome. Tha Arctic Cir- cle is I miles soillh n[ Hie. pole. ;dong Uihiude degrees Norlb of ihe rqualnr fn the sky. il is 2.i; degrees from Ihe. Celestial North Pole, which is just about ulicrc Po- laris hangs above. Ihc earth. As our explorer sails onward to Ihc North Pole, Polaris ap- pears higher in llie sky. When he reaches his llie zenith matches Ihe North Pole; in the sky and Polaris is di- rectly overload. On Ihe return trip, Polaris moves down in the sky. If he visits Saint Cath- I crines. or any other place near Lcutude -15 degrees, the faith- ful North Star appears 43 degrees above the horizon. Questions asKeci uy cnlMien of Herald readers should bo mailed to Ask Andy. P.O. Box its, Huntinglon Beacii, California 926-13. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Cn 1972) TAX TIPS Queslions and Answers Thii cciuinn has been prepared by lii? Calqery District Office. Deparl- mc-nt o[ Mdlbnal Revenue, Taxation. 1 I! includes answers lo some cf Ihe j most commonly Hiked questions. I inadequate lo your use your Inform; Ta A EAST K65 O A Q J2 0 103 10 8 t J SOUTH J 1097 0 T The bidding: North Eist Sooth West 1 0 Past I 4 NT Pass s 4 6 4 Dble. Pasi P-'i Opening lead: King of