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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, January 18, 1975 Ask Andy PET RABBITS AND SQUIRRELS Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Craig Howard, age 10, of Evarts, Ky., for his question: Do wild rabbits and squirrels make good pets? This morning, dear old puppies and other suitable people pets, when properly treated and properly trained, know better than to bite and scratch their owners. But' we Your horoscope ByJeaiwDixon SUNDAY, JAN. 19 Your birthday today: You aren't free to "let well enough .cannot expect to teach or trust ttljs year n you do not take the proper steps to better yourself, conditions close in the dear little creatures of the wild. No doubt, when you think it until you are forced to do MONDAY Your birthday today: Today the sun enters Aquarius at E.S.T. (Those born earlier are Both Capricornians and Aquarians face a big year of a.lrf .'he something drastic! personal under certan family A and heavier personal respon- prises and, in quite a. few to find ponies. Kittens, pup- pies and ponies are natural people-pets. There are reasons why Santa is not like- ly to leave any little wild creatures under the tree. Some people argue that cer- tain wild animals can be adopted as human pets. This may or may not be so. But certainly everybody in the know agrees that wild rabbits should be left in the wilds. There they enjoy life and know how to take care of themselves, which is- just what Mother Nature intended. A wild rabbit is one of nature's' most timid creatures, almost scared of his own shadow. When cap- tured, he may fight with all natives- Christmas and leave them right there in the wilds where they feel at home. Ountioni by chil- dren of Herald should be ma i ltd to Andy, P.O. Box. 765, Huntington Beach, California 92848. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) Flashback By THE CANADIAN PHESS Jan. 18, 1975 Wilhelm I of Prussia may have great political power. ARIES (March 21-April Carry your share in the com- munity's expression of faith. Intuition guides you and helps sort out your friends' questions. TAURUS! April 20-May You are favored in com- petitions. Be willing to face an encounter. Friends open many doors, for you, including a few you needn't enter. Pastimes, hobbies yield extra benefits. GEMINI (May Friends are unpredictable, fabricate stories and come to their own conclusions. Social activity takes on new dimen- cases, a change of vocation. Today's Capricornians are collectors and music lovers. The Aquarians are pioneers seeking realization of a great dream. ARIES (March 23-ApriI Project your personality, launch an enthusiastic sales promotion (or whatever parallels If in a new place, all the better. Overtime is justified. TAURUS (April 20-May Instead of talking about it, take definite, businesslike ac- tion. Examine the ins and outs of coming enterprises, be clear on what the expectable returns should be. GEMINI (May 21-June Money slips away from you all to easily. Stay within es- AW PAP WILL LATE FOR ANOTHER WHOLE ANPI HATE 88N6 AT ALONE... (VE KEN FALUN6 ASLEEP IN SCHOOL WCAISE AFRAIP TO FEEL WE BECAME I'LL KNOW WU'lffi ME, ANP... I APPRECIATE HWR C0MIN6 THIS IS n, SHERIFF, LOAN ME 10 COLLARS AND I'LL 60 FDR IT. ITS AT A PAWNSHOP IN PODSE HI AND LOIS his might Or he may be too Proclaimed himself emperor sion and fulfills one of your timated expenses, put off of Germany at Versailles 104 long-time private wishes. years ago in 1871 after CANCER (June 21-Juiy the brief Franco Prussian Make sure everyone is fully War. The new empire includ- informed on recent ed four Kingdoms, five grand developments. What you've duchies, 13 other duchies or Deen sowing takes root and principalities and three free cities. The empire lasted until Nov. 9, 1918, when the emperor's son, Wilhelm II, little captive pines away. It is to after suffering much congenial company as true that a wild rabbit soon defeat in tne First World War- you can attract. Visit long 1903 President Theodore neglected relatives and in Roosevelt greeted King laws, but stay clear of Edward VII by transatlantic schemes or shoptalk telephone. terrified to move a muscle, crouching down while his furry littlexheart beats fast with panic. In any case, when kept in a hutch, his days are numbered. Even when you give him all the comforts of home, plenty of food and lots of loving kindness the brokenhearted dies in captivity. It is possible to keep a wild squirrel for a while. He needs a sturdy, squirrel proof hutch, or he will use his strong teeth to gnaw his way to freedom. He needs a rather expensive diet of nuts, plus a tread wheel and perhaps a ladder to do his exercising. In time, your captive wild squirrel will get to know you and even may seem fond of promises a large harvest soon. LEO (July 23-Aug. Make the rounds early with as 1919 The First World War peace conference opened at Versailles.- 1938 Forty six pupils and nuns died in a fire at Sacred Heart College' in St. Hyacinthe, Que. 1942 Premier U Saw of Burma was arrested by his place and ask yourself: Is this fair? Does he dream of his huge, happy home in the wilds the leafy boughs, the crunchy ground, the big blue sky above? Does he miss his busy chores and merry chases? Obviously the answer is that it is not fair to keep wild animals as captured pets. It is not fair and, what's more, it may be downright dangerous. Sometimes a wild animal brings infections into the home which may be deadly. Besides, every wild creature has some way to defend himself. Most of our kitties, with the Japanese. 1956 Leon Balcer, 38, became the youngest presi- dent of the Progressive Conservative Association of Canada: Bomber fit LOS ANGELES (AP) VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. You feel at ease in both social and competitive situations. You have a great deal going for you if you simply accept people as they are. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Friends are preoccupied, but it's just as vvell. Brief or lengthy travel gives you a chance to get down to details with your partner it's about time you did. SCORPIO Follow tradition in the mor- ning, then relax and let events happen in the afternoon. Don't be envious of others' praise; your turn will come, too. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. Go along with long- business entertaining until tomorrow. Check up on per- sonal possessions. CANCER (June 21-July Fresh contacts are promising; important issues won't wait. Push for an ad- vance in career. Give thought to what you do for yourself; plan for healthy survival. LEO (July 23-Aug. Stay on a casual, impersonal basis with people you don't know well yet. Formal procedures, official travels bring excellent results and benefits. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. You have to ask more than once to get what is due you, but speak up! Secrets are un- comyered. Be nonchalant, go ahead matter of factly as if nothing is different. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Your morale and energy rise; WINSTON CHURCHILL PRIME MINISTER ER HE WAS 70. YOU HOLD THE CLUB LIKE THIS. BUGS BUNNY YOU V SORRY SPILLED ABOUT SOUP THAT ON MY BLONDIE Muharem KurbegovicThe ac- standinS family or local. cused Alphabet Bomber is and meet social obligations. Young people attract attention and stir joy sane and can stand trial jury has ruled. The 31-year-old Yugoslavian and concern- immigrant is accused of plan- ting the bomb that killed three persons and wounded 35-. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN AND OMAR SHARIF 1975, The C'hicnoTribonc Q.l-North-South vulner- able, as South you The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 9 Pass Pass 2 o What do you bid now? Q.2-Both vulnerable, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 f Pass 2 4 Pass 2f P.ss 24 Pass 2 NT Pass 3 V Pass What do you bid now? vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AK8 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass 2 4 Pass 2 NT Pass What do you bid now? CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. What's done honestly and openly succeeds, while secret moves defeat themselves. Br- ing acquaintances together; make group decisions on current questions. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Travel if you can, enjoy unfamiliar places and make new contacts. If you can't go far, take a tour of your own neighborhood. Get home early to begin next week's plans. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Plan spontaneously this Sunday. A personal "think session" solves many little Try once again on that im- possible project. It's time you found a new spot for leisure hours, favorite sports. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Everybody seems difficult today, includig yourself. Leave your money safely out of circulation, and at interest. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. News finds you un- prepared; there's a scramble to make use of the circum- stances. Be diplomatic, but stick firmly to plans. Settle accounts promptly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. You can't safely do favors for strangers. Work at full intensity on the job, but quit at the earliest feasible moment and attend to home and family affairs. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. The difficult becomes routine today as you reach for the improbable and likely achieve something novel and significant. Celebrate tonight but no shop talk! PISCES (Feb. 19-March Stories are quickly mixed up. Go on what you have in your notes and records. So many people are underfoot 1 JUST 1 DREAMED THAT YOU WERE DREAMING OP f AMOTHER WOMAN THATS IN FACT, I DREAMED I WAS AT A HOCKEY GAME BUT WHO WAS THAT REDHEAD IN THE. SEAT NEXT TO YOU ARCHIE NOTHING.' If JUST THE SUN 1 WHAT THE MAKES "V WORLD THE LITTLE WHEELS GO AROUND-... VOU A FUNNY-LOOKING f THING THAT JUST J LAYS THERE UP SUN, AND DOES NOTHING1 HAGAR THE HORRIBLE problems during this long day you can't manage to find time of brief events. for them all. Health centre planned vulnerable, as South you hold: 4Q 4KQJ643 lhe blddlng has proceeded: The bidding has proceeded: West North South North East South West 1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 2 Pass What do you bid now? vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AQ9 4105 EDMONTON (CP) The designed to provide services The bidding has proceeded: Provincial government an- to community residents as nounced Friday that an well as in-patient care The million extended health care north hill location-'was facility will be built at 16th selected after a University of Avenue and 6th Street N.E. to Calgary study showed the serve the north hill area of area had the city's highest concentration of elderly peo- Jhe 300-bed unit will be pie living in their own homes. North East 1 4 Pass 2 NT Pass What do you bid now? South West 2 Q.7-Both vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AJ 4AQJ6 4KJ54 Girl dies under bus BEETLE BAILEY INT Pass Pass What action do you take? GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Three year old Nancy Anderson of Grande Prairie over by a school bus Friday. RCMP said she apparently ran into the side of the bus and vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AQ6 VAKQJ9 4AJ The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 V Pass 1 4 Pass What do you bid now? Q.8-East-West vulnerable, as South you hold: 410763 4AQJ5 492 The bidding has proceeded: Pass 2 1 4 Pass 1 4 24 Pass What do you bid now? (Look for answers on Monday) was declared dead on arrival was then run over. The girl at Grande Prairie General was playing in the area at the Hospital after she was run time of the accident. Trudeau visit slated LIIABNER GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau will visit this Peace region community Feb. 11 after of- ficially opening the Canada Winter Games in Lethbridge earlier in the day. The announcement was made Friday by Senator Earl Hastings, Liberal party co- ordinator for Alberta. He said it is expected Mr. Trudeau will participate in a town hail meeting here. TUM6LEWEEDS MUCH CHANCE OF m TALKING YOU INTO TWgNTY-flNP SHOTSJ ;