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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope By Jeane Diion JULY 7 Your birthday Finds you on the competitive frontiers of your personal world. Prosperity is indicated along with expansion into added activity later in the year Relationships are some contacts enjoyed while they others broken off clean for later reinstatement Today's natives are interested in human have much vitality which is difficult to distribute evenly ARIES 21-April Be out and see who else is likewise Put in your full share of community then take it easy. Let people come to you for a change. TAURUS 20-May Many openings occur for meetings of minds toward future mutual interests. Be alert and receptive If you must keep to the agreed minimum GEMINI 21-June Away from the more to fresh people to get acquainted it's a lively Sunday for all Bring old friends with enjoy their reactions. CANCER Home and family are featured If they're less than something happens to improve them and ease your experience Rearrangement is the byword LEO 23-Aug. Leave off see what the situation will be without that then choose a fresh approach from what you learn Courtship for the eligible is encouraged. VIRGO 23-Sept. Be content with things as they are for the moment Count your then your and finally your budget LIBRA 23-Oct. Letting well enough alone gives you time for redirection of your deeper self Be willing to change and life can be wonderful1 SCORPIO 23-Nov. Strive for an uneventful day if you happen to put your foot in your mouth with an overly strong make the best of it SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Reach see what is new in the more what's new within yourself. Try your hand at unaccustomed original work CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Review your make new schedules and bring accounts up to date Then for later hours a complete change of pace and have some fun. AQUARIUS 20-Feb. You're at the peak of a cycle of personal promotional capability Not that your ideas will fit in but they're needed for a starting point. PISCES 19-March The personal touch makes the difference in all projects. See what everybody in your circle is up to some want some have great news to tell1 JULY 8 Your birthday It is time to streamline your shed old habits and losing ven- tures New enterprises need thorough looking toward beginnings early next year. Established relationships evolve with changing recent contacts are a bit difficult to bring closer. Today's natives are sensitive observers of often keen at logic and figures ARIES 21-April The main part of the day is for just getting the work week set up after the recent holiday. Much of what seems wrong isn't actually beyond repair TAURUS 20-May There's little chance of your sorting out anybody's finances but your own Let others corn- pare notes for themselves Your sympathy is needed elsewhere GEMINI 21-June Even definitely settled plans progress better if allowed more leeway for a good start Give everybody time to get in the groove by afternoon all goes well CANCER 21-July Personal enterprises begin to perk up by midday if you let well enough alone Any new plans need specific atten- tion to detail Your enthusiasm generates it LEO 23-Aug. Review your see where you can install safety eliminate hazards Knowledge on new subjects is check it out before taking action VIRGO 23-Sept. Do all you can to make this an middle-of-the-road day Your sympathy and concern are stirred Family arrangements require ad- compromise Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. r.OREN c The Chicago TriDune WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 1 Neither as South you hold. AAQ104 7t 082 The bidding has North East South I V 2 What action do you take9 Q. you hold' AAKQ.I98 I 107 O AID 3 2 The bidding has South West North East I Pass 2 NT Pass I C Pass 3 NT Pass What do you bid Q. you v-9 OA872 The bidding has South West North East 1 A Pass 2 C Pass 2 4 Pass 3 Pass I C Pass 3 S Pass What do you bid Q. as South you 110954 OK9 The bidding has Vorth East South West I Dble. What action do you Q. you 4.KQ10987 OK1095 The bidding has South West North East Pass Pass 1 Pass 1 A 2 Pass Pass What do you bid Q. 6 Neither as South you AAK87 OAQ76 The bidding has proceeded' South West North East X 0 Pass 1 Pass What do you bid Q. as South you vAQ8 OA985 The bidding has North East South West Pass Pass 1 0 Pass 1 A Pass 1 NT Pass 2 V Pass What do you bid Q. you AAQ72 The bidding has North East South West 1 0 Pass 1 V Pass 2 Pass What do you bid fLoofc for answers Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS July 1974 Parliament passed the Lord's Day Observance Act 68 years ago today in 1906 following bitter debate The act prohibited all forms of sport and almost all commerce from midnight Saturday night to midnight Sunday night The had been bypassed almost throughout its history by authorities ignoring taking advantage of loopholes or passing overriding provincial laws 1776 A New York hearing news of the signing of the Declaration of melted a statue of George III to make bullets 1919 The British dirigible R-34 crossed the Atlantic in 59 hours 1923 The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was constituted 1944 Fire in a circus tent killed 167 persons in Conn Bridge results Ladies Wednesday D.B.C. June 26 1 Irma Ena 2 Peg Nellie 3 Evelyn Isobel Johnson. Hamilton Wednesday Evening June 26 N S 1. George Charles 2. Richard Mabel 3 J C M J. Grant. E W 1 H. C David 2 Bill Norman 3 Allan E V Langford. Thursday Night June 27 N S 1 J C. M J. 2. O. B. B. C 3 John Betty Palmer E W 1 Ruth Isobel 2. E. C Good- K C 3 Mrs H E Audrey Topping. Friday Night June 28 N.S 1. J C. Bill 2 Isobel M. J. 3 Muriel Mrs H E. Balfour E W. 1 George Bill 2 Audrey Isobel 3. Pauline Peg McCann Ask Andy LIBRA 23-Oct. are do first only those things which need no new in- then check as you go into fresh activity Evening brings a happier mood SCORPIO 23-Nov. It's a many-sided day of varied influences. Eliminate problems get on into creative plans Later. Careful purchases promise excellent results. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. You can sell almost any idea today just be sure it's a sound one After a morn- ing of put in the day improving property and possessions. CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Everybody is in on the deal with suggestions and con- vinced they're being heard Make no take nothing for granted. Tomorrow the story unfolds further AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Gather statistics now but don't jump to conclusions yet as to their meaning or application Technical advice on everything but money is favored PISCES 19-March Another round of explor- ing many fine nuances of building your inspiring those who follow your example Make business decisions late in day. The Chicago Tribune BLUEBIRDS Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Brian age of St. Missouri for his question1 How long does it take bluebirds to Surely the American bluebird must be the true Bluebird of Happiness. In which no wonder the well-mannered creature got himself elected to high honor not but twice The bluebird has been adopted as the official state bird of both Missouri and New York with a couple of bluebird parents may raise a dozen baby bluebirds during a single summer. A century bluebirds were more common around homes than they are today Many were driven away by invasions of rowdy house sparrows and aggressive starlings Some stayed in farmhouse orchards and some have been coaxed to live in bird houses made especially for them. Since they are bothered by the trick is to make the bird house large enough to admit a bluebird and too small for a starling A suitable round hole measures one and a half inches wide Bluebirds may be permanent residents in the Saint Louis area and those that migrate return in early March Normally they nest in tree maybe in those deserted by woodpeckers. But if you build them a small tree they will be very happy to nest in your yard where you can watch the proceedings When the new tenants move they gather bits of rootlets and stray fathers to line the inside of the feathers to line the inside of the nest The female lays four to six pale blue almost an inch long These are private and very precious So it's not fair to peek inside After two the eggs will hatch and soon you will have plenty of evidence that the hungry chicks have arrived The parent birds are kept busy toting home groceries to feed them. The menu includes grasshoppers and other assorted insects Later their menus will include holly berries and various wild fruits. But throughout three-quarters of a bluebird's diet is insect especially the pesky insects that raid our crops and gardens The baby bluebirds are ready to fly away after just a few weeks You would think that the weary parents are ready for a rest But usually they start another brood in the same almost right away This gives them time to raise two perhaps a dozen during the summer season Several of our native birds wear blues but there is no mistaking the genuine bluebird He has a white tummy and a reddish breast Like the American he wears white and blue The western bluebird has a rusty brown shoulder shawl and the blue tucks under his chin His underside has the red and the white. In many parts of North bluebirds are permanent year-round dwellers. Most of those that migrate fly only as far as the southern United States The western bluebirds often migrate very short distances between the high mountain slopes and the sheltered valleys. wherever they live they are well- behaved neighbors QuMtlont by chil- dren of Herald readers be mailed to Aek P.O. Box. Huntlngton California 92848. Chronicle Publishing Co. LJ1UNER GOTTA SIT THEM WE NEEDS Y NO ORDNARV WOWER DOCTORH WHAT HAPPENED TO CHARLIE BROUW... HE PIPN'T REALLY WANT TO 60 TO PIO I THINK IT'S QUITE 08VIOU5 HE WENT.. OBVIOUS IT MM 0E 00VIOUS ID BUT IT'S TOME.1 SHORT MBS AND WE JUST .WE FOUND 5O BARRELS OF AFTER WE TOSSED ALL TEA INTO tME HARBOR SOU LOOK YJ WAS AT THE BOSTON 5 1EAPARTV DUMP THEM OVERBOARD. LA9TNK5UT HI AND LOIS ARE vou THIN WE FOUND A NICE HOUSE FOR SALE THAT BACKS UP ON THE 35P HOLE OF THE COURSE ABOUT BUGS BUNNY 'GASP 7-6 OPEN FUDPSY. I GOT A WHOLE NEW LINE O1 GIMMICKS T' SHOW NO.' GO HOW ABOUT A CAN O' THIS STUFF T' SPRAY ON YEK. PUGS T'KEEP FROM BLONDIE OCTOPUS' L TENrACLES HOW DO VOU EAT OCTOPUS' TEMTACL-ES BLINDFOLDED MEAT PRICES ARE SO WHAT'S THE CHEAPEST THING YOU VE ARCHIE so.... v BUT IT YOU'RE JUST SETS1 RUNNING GOING THE VERONICA WAS AT THOUGHT HE. DROVE A ROLLS ROYCE THE PARTY IF SHE'S HOME MR. LODGE DRIVES A HARD HAGAft THE HORRIBLE BUT YOLJ DO rtAVE A HARP YoU'PE ONE SMA2T BEETLE BAILEY I'M NOT ABOUT TUMBLEWEEDS ;