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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 14, THI IITHMIOOE HBtAlO YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY. JULY 15 Your birthday today: Pro- raises a year of fulfillment in emotional and spiritual ma- turity and expanding mater- ial responsibility. Relation- ships are stimulated by your changing life style. Today's natives have personal charm, and are good at telling stor- ies. ARITS (March 21 April Deal with'grouchy moods gen- tly: the people involved are more complex than they appear. Do not overreact. TAURUS (April 20 May Being personally serene may be difficult, but is well worth it. Attend your community's Sunday routines, then relax. GEMINI (May 21 June Social situations change abrupt- ly; don't stir matters. Neither meddle in others' affairs nor let ethers mix into yours. CANCER (June 21 July You can please nobody fully; begin with yourself. If a hobby palls, take a rest. By evening you have new incentive. LEO (July 23 Aug. Ac- cept differences of opinion calmly. If you're off the right track, make amends and start fresh. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Your constructive criticism is taken wrong perhaps it is not so essential to pick things apart. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Comes a gentle turning around of your life. Support the con- structive side of any issue you are involved in resolving. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Practicality outweighs all other considerations. You must bal- ance community expectations of you with your actual resources. SAGITTARIUS( Nov. 22-Dec. 2D: Early incidents find you set for events that do not come about. Mind your own business; select company carefully. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Be thoroughly conventional this Sunday. Plans are subject to change; leave some slack in your schedule. Ask Andy Born educated? Andy sends a complete 20- vohme set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Greg- ory Truesdell, age 11, of Visalia, Calif., for his ques- tion: Why aren't people born edu- cated? Nobody can say why, but we can make a few guessas. Sup- pose a baby Is born fully edu- cated. The little know-it-all needs no one to help him to walk, no one to introduce him to the world. He gets no sur- prises, for nobody can teach him anything. This isolates him from the rest of the human race, and his life would be one duQ day after another. Andy hesitated to tackle this question because "education" is a word of many meanings. People have different ideas about it and tend to pick on others who may not seem to agree. However, none can dis- pute the fact that the word "education" is coined from two Latin words meaning to draw out This implies that the process works by revealing something that you really had all the time something you were born with. Some experts call it intelli- gence, but this word has been remodeled to include a lot of items you learn as you go. Perhaps a better term is com- mon sense, which many wise old-timers call the sense you were born with. The trouble is, a newborn baby's quota of common sense is not much use to him. It won't work without experience and daily exercise. This is gained by observing events and learning new facts. This is the sort of schooling that most people think of as education. But it canndt work alone. After all, a computer is not an educated person, even if it knows everything about everything. "To be successful, human edu- cation must draw upon the common sense you were born with, every step of the way. This built-in good sense evaju- ates facts and new data as they come to one's attention. It grasps relationships and groups some facts together and fits the jigsaw piece into a wider understanding of the world of people. Common sense also comes with lifetime gifts to develop the skills of sound reasoning, good judgment and decision- making. When given daily ex- ercise, it instructs you to eval- uate observations and inform- ation as they occur. It checks all items for credibility, files good and bad experiences for future It newsy items that arrive with- out proof. At some time or another, every student bogs down and wonders whether schooling is worthwhile. This is when the wise ones ask themselves a few personal questions. They draw on common sense to en- liven the facts by seeing how work in the world-wide picture. When a slump tempts them to quit, they draw upon inborn common sense to evalu- ote the consequences. This also helps to provide the courage to face a tough chal- lenge and keep going in the sensible direction. QMftiou asked by children of Herald leaders should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 785. Huntiagtoa Beacb, California (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN What do you bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, yon bold: OAKf 85 OAK104 The bidding has proceeded: West North East 1 V Pass 1 Pass 2 O Pass 2 Pass What do you bid now? Q. C-Yon are South, both vulnerable, and vou bold: 44 OAQ64 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East i "5> Pass I 4k 2 4> What do yon bid now? Q. dealer, you hold: OAQJ 4AK5 What is your opening bid? Q. S-As South, vulnerable, you bold: 083 The bidding has proceeded: North East Sosrth West 1 Pass 3 Pmss 3 9 Pans What do you bid now? (Look lor onncen ilonaayi WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. Sooth, vulnerable, you bold: OAS43 Hie bidding has proceeded: Norik East Sovth 1 O Pan What do yon bid? Q. "vulnerable, as Saith you bold: yAKItTS The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 V Pass 1 NT Pass What do yon bid now? 9.. 3 Neither vulnerable, as South yon bold: 4A7S 4AK753 The bidding has proceeded: Nsttt East StNrth Pass What action do you take? Q. 4 Neither vulnerable, as Sooth you hold: Vilt OA1M 4WU108S The bidding has proceeded: Nnfh East West 14k Pus 2 Pass 2 Pass 2 NT Pass 39 Pass 1 AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. The urge to change things for the better is strong. If you overdo this, others will never learn to solve their own prob- lems. PISCES (Feb. If March Pushing for immediate answers provokes unexpected responses, perhaps negative. Let well enough alone, sticking to usual routines. (1973, The Chicago Tribune) MONDAY, JULY 16 Your birthday today: Finds you stepping into an expansive career stage, be- ginning to make better use of skills, pulling away from old habits of depending on others. Great optimistic plans come easy. Your intuition comes on stronger than ever, can save many detours if you learn to listen. Today's natives tend to take care of themselves. ARIES (March 21 Cultivate recent social contacts, make a search for possible career advancement keep these activities separate. TAURUS (April 20 May In this relatively quiet environ- ment your efforts count more; resist temptation to take the easy way. GEMINI (May 21 June Optimism rises; arrange finan- cial details, redeem promises made to others. It's a good time for a financial transaction. CANCER (June 21 Jury Joy m the fullness of a close circle of friends is indicated, whatever the external situation] maybe. LEO (Jury 23 Aug. Overt leadership Isn't necessar- ily yours to exert. It's time for group-work, consultation, get- ting general agreement. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Relationships show quality now some are richer and more diverse than appeared lately. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22j: Now is time to publish or pro- mote your view of what can be done to alleviate local condi- tions, persuade friends to co- operate. {SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Claim whatever is owed to you, now, or seek clear understand- ing of when it will come in. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. This can be a memorable upward-moving two-day episode in your life. "Luck" arrives, tends to compensate for imbal- ances. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Pick up your share of the work, press career interests vigorously. Long-past connec- tions are again available. AQUARIUS (Jan. Feb. With all the possible op- portunity to advance yourself materially, your personal life is apt to be more pressing. PISCES (Feb. If March Explore possibilities for confid- ential and special assistance; find out which people really de- cide those matters in which you are interested. (M73, The Chicago Tribune) TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tern K. Ryan BLONDIE-By Chic Young Soothing words fail to ease inflation anxwty By CY FOX BRUSSELS (CP) Anxiety about inflation is again assert- ing itself in Western Europe de- spite soothing words from some senior officials. In Brussels, there is contin- uing frustration among Com- mon Market officials at the ap- parent inability of the nine member states to join in a co- ordinated effort aimed at con- trolling the rising cost of living. Within Belgium itself, the steps to counter inflation, in- cluding a rent freeze. In Britain, there is deep worry about continuing in- creases in food the point where many citizens, blaming their country's Com- mon Market entry for this rise, have reacted with intensified Today history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Jtty The night attack which was. the high point of th efirst battle of the Somme was carried out 57 years ago today in 1916 against a German position call- ed High Wood. For that one day, before counterattacks swept the British troops back, strategic victory was in sight The Battle of the fomme was the first test for most of Lord Kitchener's army of civilian vol- unteers, who suffered casualties on the first day of attack, the bloodiest of the war. Total casualties in four months of fighting were British, French and Ger- man, for a maximum Allied ad- vance of seven miles. 1938 Faisal H of Iraq was assassinated. 1941 The German invasion of Russia crossed the Dnieper River during the Second World War. 1S33 The Nad party was decreed the only legal party in Germany. 1799 Louis XVI swore to uphold the French constitution. 1789 A mob stormed the Paris Bastille, touching off the French Revolution. hostility towards the European Community. Prime Minister Heath is being warned by union chiefs his Conservative' government must provide more convincing evidence that it is urgently try- ing to control food prices. POWER WEAKENED One leading figure in the Brit- ish food industry suggests that controlling such prices may be beyond government power since the increases reflect world-wide trends. Britain is a heavy im- porter of food. That trend, he says, involves the fast-rising demand for food by the world's increasing popu- lation. Such alleged resignation in the face of continuing rises has drawn fire from a prominent Gaullist in France. Michel Debre, a former French finance minister and spokesman for followers of the late President de Gaulle, urged his countrymen not to wait for the Common Market to launch collective action against in- flation. Even if agreement on such action did come, Debre said it would be too little and too late. HOPE FADES More significant was Debre's apparent loss of hope that any- thing will be done within rea- sonable time to achieve an ab- ject dear to the hearts of the of the national monetary system. Instead, runs the Gaullist ar- gument, measures against the THIS IS THE P1PTM PAY WE'VE SEEM SERVING TW SAME CORMED BEEF HASH Ti BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Wollwr WHILE THE NEWS THAT 66NERAL HALFTRACK CANTBBHSSETO ewe WSS EFFECT REMAN SILENT FOP OMB MINUTE 111 ABNER-By Al Capp THAT SKUNK HOUOWERSNATCHED J VJOOM1NS HEART.'7'jr ARCHIE-By Bob Montana JU6HEAD. DON'T SO INTO THE WATER) AFTER A TO UE THERE AND SUNBATHE...? CAME TO THE BEACH 'S.. JUST DON'T 6O IN HI AND lOB-fty Oik "dumping" of doUars should be taken independent by France as part of a wide-ranging counter-offensive against in- flation. This also would include a prices and incomes policy, measures to reform the tax sys- tem and refusal to ease tariffs as long as countries decline to abandon what Debre calk play- ing with the exchange levels of their currencies. The response of French Prime Minister Pierre Messmer is the familiar one that little can be done without the collabo- ration of the the United States and European countries gener- ally. Some experts argue the era world wffl have to team to live with inflation as the price of a rising standard of bring. This one of reasoning places inflation in the same category is "Tfpdur price hat has to be paid if desired progress is to be made. IPRACTICBJ IT A LOT IN AW GREAT SHOT OUT OF THAT WATS? HAZARD, HOW DIP M3U DOIT? SHORT WBS-By Frank ONea! HAGAR the HORRIBlC-By Oik WEATHER PBJ2MITT1M6 i BUGS BUNNY I HOPE I WIN SOMETHING EHH, JUST A SECOND BEFORE YA START THHOWIMVP6TUN1A! ;