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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 21, 1973 TH1 UTHMIDOC HEXALD 17 Your horoscope By JEAN! DIXON MONDAY, JULY 30 1 Your birthday today A few months of eliminating the old, preparing for the new way for inner rebirth, optimism, a new point of view. Much to do, more to learn. Unfamiliar work pushes you to develop additional efcffls. Today's natives have a faculty for presenting them- selves well. ABIES (March 21 April Your week is off to a creative itart with an experimental idea, personal projects can be ad- vanced readily. TAURUS (April 20-May Ihnotional factors enter all work effort, lead to complica- tions if you overdo or throw flood money after bad. GEMINI (May 21-June Teamwork counts heavily. Your associates are likely divided among themselves, with strong feelings on current issues. CANCER (June 21-Jnly Adapt your plans to fit the changing needs of friends. It's a strenuous day at best your efforts. LEO (July 23-Aug. Lag- ging enterprises suddenly re- quire close attention, earnest decisions, determination. Sec- ret or obscure activities falter. VIRGO (Ang. 23 Sept Work alone and know that all is well. Confidential facts come your reserved in your manner as you share them. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Your run of fair to good luck continues. This time a friend is in a position to do something SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. The quality of today varies from crisp and clear to harsh, according to what you're doing and why. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. A conservative approach quietly followed brings the re- quired results with a minimum of side effects. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Making new moves or de- cisions is not the proMetn; sticking to established princi- ples and tested procedures is. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Personal ventures or inter- dule afe sidetracked by today's pressures. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Additional rewards come in a strange and subtle form. Direct requests for raises meet resis- tance. The moderate course is 1973, The Chicago Tribune Redwoods Andy sends a compelte 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- "dente Encyclopedia to Scott Rboat, age 11, of Montgom- ery, Pa., for his question: How big is a redwood seed? Suppose you plan to raise your own grove of redwoods. Since the great trees are conif- ers, you could start your am- bitious project from seeds. If you order one ounce, you get about rusty brown seeds. Each seed is about as big as a pinbead. Possibly they fell from a parent tree, standing 260 feef tall With special care, a few of your tiny seeds may sprout. But it is not possible to raise a grove of mature redwood trees in Pen- nsylvania. They survive only in certain parts of California. A redwood tree is ready to shed ite first seeds at the age of 70. The borwn cones among the lacy, pale-green foliage are about one inch wide. A few seeds ripen under each of the crusty scales and fall to the ground. A parent tree reaches maturity at 300 years and con- tinues to shed millions of seeds every season for several thou- Oddities in the News LONDON (AP) An old British seadog, R. M. Wffl- 61, is recruiting 20 persons to sail themselves through some of the stormiest seas in the Cape Horn. He's charging a person for the voyage around the Horn from Mexico to Eng- ,land on his 55-year-old three- master. Women are welcome, said WiBoughby, who added: "I'm, a great believer in the liber- ation of women, and they'll be treated exactly the same as men." They'll be required to swab decks, climb masts and join the ship's nine-man crew in other tough chores. But Willoughby promised: "They'll be sharper, healthier and cockier for having sailed around the Horn." WASHINGTON (AP) Buy a fishing pole with food stamps? Some Alaskans might be 'able to do so under a provi- sion of (he farm bill approved 'Thursday by Senate-House of Representatives joint confer- ence committee. The agreement would per- mit Alaska residents to buy hunting and fishing equip- firearms, am- munition and other ex- provide food for their households. still must be approved by both bouses of Congress, ST. LOUIS (AP) The high price of meat has had its effect on the banking in- dustry. At least three St. Louis area banks are giving away rib-eye steaks instead of toasters and alarm clocks to new custom- ers. More than 600 steaks, three to a package and weighing at least a pound each, were given away "nmrsday to at- tract new accounts and depos- its. PRINCETON, Mass. (AP) The car in which the in- famous Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow died will be auctioned off here Saturday, complete with 160 bullet holes, blood-stained seats and shattered windshield. Authorities ambushed the gangster pair in the car 39 years ago in Arcadia, La. The current owner of the 1934 Ford, retired film pro- ducer Ted Toddy of Atlanta, said if the car doesn't sell for at feast be "might just keep it." Dean Kruse, president of Kruse Classic Auction Co. of Auburn, Ind., said the Bonnie and Clyde car is valued at more than SUBMERGED MOUNTAINS The Mid-Atlantic Ridge, i huge, largely submarine moun- tain chain, stretches about 000 miles from the Antarctic to the Arctic. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN f> IfTX CHOW Triknt WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you bold: 4JM74J 93 OA7I4 The bidding has proceeded: 8Mth North East Pan Pan l Past T What do you tad now? Q. "vulnerable, as rfooth yon bold: 4A4 The bidding has proceeded: tath West Nmth East l O Pan 1 Pan Pan Pan What do you bid now? 0. 3 Natter vulnerable, as South yon bold: 4QJ1M WCOU THINK HE EVER SHORT RIBS-Bv Frank Ofitol SELLING [BCTftL Y1CHT, SIKE J HX1 HEARD WRONG. ITS THEOUEBJ-NOTTHE YACHT. BUGS BUNNY STOP COWPUMNIWAN' ANMOUNCEP ;