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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, June S, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SUNDAY, JUNE 4 Your birthday today: A most active social year is coming up fast. Minor crises come in quick, irregular suc- cession, each with its mo- ment of triumph or passing let-down as you cope with changing circumstances. Re- lationships include moods be- yond average. Today's na- tives have lively imagina- tions, may follow many var- ied vocations. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Seldom comes a Sunday moro suited to minding and mendinj your own aifalrs. Survey home and possessions, EOS to tho needs of your loved ones. TAURUS (April 20 May 20) Catch up with community I mind and press forward toward news Be skeptical of specula- larger goals rather than local ive schemes, rumors of pend- small deals business bonanzas. You VIRGO (Aug. Z3 bcpl 1 An explanation save confusion later. Be sure GEMINI (May 21-June people are listening; when you Temptation to rush into com- say what you will do, then do July I Keeping plans simple ana skip- promoting pir.g squabble is now a fine thinss and people you are sure and elusive art. beginning with yourself. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. much energy at your New promises are not to o e disoosal today added to previous comm.t- disposal today Lents. There is energy for Have both constructive and trivial LEO You have little privacy. The Surinam toad Andy sends a complete 20- voiumne set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Steven. Stricklin, age 11, of Pasa- dena, Texas, tor his question: How does the Surinam toad raise its young? Toads, of course, are amphi- bians who developed from eggs through a fishy tadpole stage to become air breathing adults. In several species, the male parent shelters the eggs and tadpoles in capsules attached to hit back. The developing youngsters of the Surinam toad are sheltered in pockets on the back of the female. This toad also has a built in lure to bait his food and looks like no other amphibian in the world. Surinam, also known as Dutch Guiana, is a small coun- try along the Atlantic shores of South America, just north ot the equator. This is the home of the Surinam toad, though he also lives in neighboring coun- tries. He spends most of his lifa spread flat on the botton of a pond or stream, looking as though a heavy foot has step- ped on him and left him there. To a close observer, he is ob- viously alive, but he appears to be lying upside down. Certainly when the female's back bulges with tadpole pockets she ap- pears to be relaxing with her tummy facing upward. When time comes to repro- duce, the skin on her back be- comes thick and spongy. As she lays her eggs, the mala helps her to place them on this comfortable mattress, pushing each one down into the soft Us- sue. The skin and the egg cap- sule form a lid to seal each egg Inside its personal pocket. There it stays beside 100 or more siblings, safely protected while the embryo develops through its fishy tadpole stage. After an incubation period of 214 months or more, the young- sters come forth looking like miniature copies of their par- ents. He would not win a beauty contest, but the Surinam toad has several unique and very ave mue ,wn program clearly in uses, so make some discerning choices. SAGITTAIllUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Sunday is for the soul. I Stay away from any discussion of business, although almost certainly somebody will try in- I volving you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Natural directions like home and family are easier to follow. Exercising your mind gives greater benefits than flexing your muscles. AQUARIUS (Jan. I Communications convey little The '.ong toes on his hind ieet 1 may have another story are webbed together. They mixed in. Be content with a form very strong paddles and for the sake of those 'hen he chooses to travel he y0u iove. can swim very fast. As a rule, PISCES (Feb. 19-March we class water loving tailless share your pastimes with those amphibian as frogs and the near you, but avoid overindul landlubbers as toads. Perhaps gcnce. You may find yourse! the Surinam toad should be persuaded into more than you Financial circumstances prom- ise changes, according to how you go about them. Make a fresh pitch for whatever you believe you ought to have. GEMINI (May 21 June The more you have been trying to do, the more likely your pro- gram is to develop conflicting claims on your time and atten- tion. CANCER (June 21-July Work schedules ought to be to be kept to a minimum as you have personal problems that need time. Special consid- eration is due friends. LEO (July 23 Aug. A bold front is in order. Long past investments now turn out to be helpful, useful as guides. Your tact saves home situa- tions. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept BOOK ON FROM WHAT I UNPERSTANP, IT SEEMS TO SE PReTTf NO 800K OM PSYCHOLOGY CAN GOOP1FOHE CAN UNPERfTANP IT! TUMBUWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan THIS MONTH THE 0LACK -BATHER GOES TO Trig TRIPE'S t-IFE- THAT PLUCKY" PICKET 0' POOL Atf IW1THAT PKAW PUOVO1 glUOMrJ' 9RINE11HATSWWI-HEWN PUNEPOON! nWCTIUOUS PI6EON, I NAME YOU 1NPIAN OF THE MONTH.! called a frog for he rarely leaves the water willingly. On land he is very clumsy and al- most helpless. You might mistake him for a cardboard cut out, hut you would never mistake him for any other toad or frog. His tiny eyes are on top of a head shap- ed like a wide pointed triangle. From his nose dangles a wormy flap of skin, which he dangles to entice curious fish within grabbing distance. Questions asxea bv cniMicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Hunttagton Beac'a, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) can handle comfortably. (1912: By The Chicago Tribune) MONDAY, JUNE 5 Your birthday today: This is a year of transition from planning to definite action. Whether ready or not, you begin a fresh range of exper- ience. Personal affairs are lively and memorable. To- day's natives are quickly ad- aptable, inventive, able to imagine all sorts of interest- ing situations. ARIES (March 21-April important people take a spec- cial interest hi what you are doing, just when plans have to be reshuffled. Common sense and care are essential TAURUS (April 20-May The uphill quality of this slow- starting Monday eventually re- sults in an achievement. You don't have to retreat from pres- ent progress. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Surprise is the normal order of .he day, pleasant in regard to material matters, less so in so- cial and domestic concerns. Sort out family affairs. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Got to the decision-point in any chronic annoyances. If correc- tion is feasible; this may be a good period to test It. Change pace in later hours. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Sell-interest may not re- ally be where you are now try ing to focus your energy attention. Imagine other cumstances. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Even at their most diffi- cult, your competitors are help- ful today. You can be ready for them if your Idea Is better than theirs. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. The way you deal with other people reflects your philosophy. You are easily read by any cri- tical observer. Have nothing to hide. PISCES (Feb. 19-March You must negotiate your way AL.LTHE KIPS USEPTO HAVE HIGHCHA1RS KJTMEi WE'VE GOT NO WATER OUTHEKEINTH5PESERT, WHY'PYOUPECIPcTOgE ILIFKUARUPUNC? RV chic Youna tnic Toung past resistance. There's a wind- fall that makes the effort more worthwhile. Pace your schedule to avoid hurry and fatigue. (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) Federal works department plans four new buildings By STUART LAKK OTTAWA (CP) The public works department plans new general purpose buildings in a number of cities, including Hali- fax, Montreal, Toronto and Van- couver, mainly to reduce its rapidly-rising rental bill. Public Works Minister Jean- Eudcs Cube told the Commons national resources committee here the 17.2 million square feet of space his department eases for other government de- partments will cost million in the fiscal year ending March The department also owns 45.2 milion square feet of office Mr. Dube said requirements for space by government de- buildings are planned in various locations throughout the coun- he said. RENTS INCREASE Until these buildings were ionsfructed, the department would have to meet increasing rental payments. Included in this year's spend- ing estimates are continuation of three office buildings in neighboring Hul, Que., comple- tion of new headquarters for the external affairs and national de- has a four pointed tip like a star. These fingerlets are sensitive food detectors. As he squats on the bottom, they are spread fiat on each side of his mouth. He needs them to grab and stuff in food because he does not have the usual amphibian's long specialized tongue. In fact, the Surinam toad is find it very difficult to anticipate these requirements and, because we frequently have to react without being given adequate time to provide for the space in the most economic manner, leasing is often the only short-term solution to the problem." To help solve the continuing problem "large general purpose GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1C Itn: ir TN Chkw WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4Q7 VKJ9432 075 ifrA92 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 4 20 2 Pass 4 V Pass T What do you bid now? Q. South, with .both tides vulnerable, you hold: 4AQ8S5 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East l A VM IV 2 NT What da you bid Bow? Q. South, vulnerable, you ho'd: The bidding has proceeded: North East South West I A Pass INT Pasi 3 Pass f What do yon bid BOW? Q. 4 Neitter vulnerable, es South you told: AK62 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass T What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, it South you hold: AAQI072 VKJ3 6853 The bidding has proceeded; North East South 1 ending program must be ap- roved by Parliament by today, "uesday's committee meeting the only one to poke into he millionthe works de- artmeut plans to spend this fis- Patrick Nowlan is Valley) said it was saclcom- ientary on the committee sys- em. The taxpayer was being Replying to Keith Penncr (L Mr, Dube said here is no consideration being jivento turning his department nto a Crown corporation. He would oppose the idea be- cause "Parliament would then .ose its control over the depart- But changes are being consi- dered, Mr. Dube said. One is iaving government departments pay rental fees to public works, instead of paying nothing at all as at present. This might cut down on de- mands for office space since il would cut down on budgel spending. It also might fores government departments t o plan several years in advance for office space. BP Canada income up MONTREAL (CP) BP Can- ada Ltd. reports net income ol million or 32 cents a share for the first quarter of 1972 compared with million or 20 cents a share in the corre spending period in 1971. The company attributed the increase to a substantial im provement in the ratio of sales of gasoline to sales of residua fuel and increased sales p crude oil and natural gas in Western Canada. Wnal do you bid now? ansven Monday} UfANY MURDERS There were murders in the Indian slale o West Bengal between 1663 and February, 1972. Bridge results adles Wednesday Afternoon ftay 34 1. Mrs. H. Fuss and MVs. P. Me- .ean, 2. Mrs. L Shaw arvJ Mrs. E. "urner, 3. Wj-s. F. McDonald and Irs. L. Smlrh. Hamillcn Wednesday Evening D.B.C. 2 U.S. 1. P. McLean and M. Barrow, R. Chapman and C. Sudelkal, 3, lr. and Mrs. H. Jurkovlch. E.W. 1. L. Frandsen and B. Nlli- eon, 7. W. ZumifeFn and Wayne Win- er, 3. G. Hummel and D. E. Mkn- lOltS. Novlct Came May M 1. M. Ward and I. MarcTnfco, 3. H. and E, Ward, 3. Mr, and MVs, G. Fvlce. Thursday Night D.B.C, May Ji. M.S. R. and K. L, R. Spackman and N. Patscn 3. Mr. and D. Lowenberg, E.W, 1. B. Niliseo and R. Mrron, 7. P, McLean and M. Barrow, 3. R, Chapman and 1. Johnson. Friday Night D.BX. May M.S. 1. R. and R. SpacVmsn, J. Landeryou and J. Grant, 3. T. Shaw and W, L. Waters. E.W 1. D. E. and W. Zumsleln, 3. Mr. end Mrs. M. Hcdg- ion, 3. Dr. W. C, Broadfoor and Mrs. E. Menders. Vis If Of i this J. Rleeh and M FlltJes, New prayers John Kovacs and R. Brothen. Welcome back to Mrs, E. Marvden following a long Best wishes to hospital Har- riet Nilsson and E. Lynagri. to we you back soon at dubs. Several ui ,t were at a Ihree-day tournament at White- fish, Montana 1his Only major award vrvn by local players was Ihe Men's Championship event won by Terry Mktiaelis and Roberts. Good golngl BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker HOWS YOUR 6JR? I KNOW 14AO AT LEAST FOUR' WHAT DID X GET OM THAT HOLE" WASAMEDIUWONE AND TNO SMOST AND A REAL SHORT ONE, L11 ABNER-By Al Capp -AKT SOMEBODY COMES'LOWG I M >YO'LOVES TKAT WAI NOTHAVIN'AHOME AKTCHILLUNO' 60ME- IN PARTI KLAR? ARCHIE-By Bob Montana THIS 13 SANDRA VAN OGRE, AMD TOCWON OUR SCHOOL REPOKI WE'RE AT RWERQMEH6H SIR... WHAT t YOU THINK OF BUSING HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne BE1NS SICK ON WEEKENDS MAKES ME SICKJ THAT MEANS I'LL MISS SCHOOL, DOESN'T IT? M3UHAVEA SL1QHT FEVER, DITTO. I WANT YOU TO STAY IN BED TDDAV SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal FEU-OFF SUMMIT. -TO A SUMMIT WILL MURIEL. SSTTOTHE HOSPITAL IN TIME? WE MOW BRING VOU TOPAV'S EPJSOPE OF THROUGH CAN'T VOO WORK A LITTLE FASTER; BUSS? ;