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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE June Ask Andy Your horoscope By Jeane Oixon Andy sends a seven-volume set of The Chronicles of Narnia to Micnele Day, age 7, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, for her question Why does a whale spout water? The whale's spout looks for all the world like a fountain of water But it really is a fountain of foamy steam It so happens that the seagoing giant cannot breathe under water He has lungs to breathe air, just as we do This means that he can stay below only as long as he can hold his breath Then he must come up to breathe out and fill his great lungs with another helping of fresh air The whale's big spongy lungs are warm and moist This is where he holds each breath for half an hour or so Naturally, the air down there gets moist and steamy When he comes up to empty his lungs this moist steamy air is puffed up like a fountain Though from a distance it looks like a fountain of water, actually it is a plume of foamy steam Andy sends a complete seven-volume set of The Chronicles of Narnia to Shareen Finucan, age 10, of Montreal, Quebec, for her question How many horse species are there1' You may think that there are dozens of different horse species But the scientists who classify the animal kingdom say that there are only six To scientists a species is a group of animals that breed with each other but not with members of other species All our dom-estic horses descended from the same two or three' wild species Eventually, our tame pintos and palammos, shire horses and Shetland ponies became different breeds of the same species All the world s horses belong in the family Equidae and the genus group Equus Five of the six species are divided into smaller groups called subspecies Most of the wild asses belong to one species, with several subspecies Most of the zebras belong to the same species, with several subspecies The only horsy type with a genus of his own is a stripy fellow called Grevy's zebra Questions asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box. 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) SUNDAY, JUNE 30 Your birthday today. Begins a year of major challenge, in which special and general limitations are close enough at hand to require genuine sustained effort to transcend them Late in the year you commence to prevail and rise well on your way to better things, taking vour relationships with you Today's natives bring a magnetic personality to bear along straight and narrow way ARIES (March 21-April l9> The minimum is the optimum this Sunday Give others a rest from your energy and suggestions Concentrate on your own concerns perhaps future plans TAURUS (April 20-May Relaxation and light recreation and in the older once you ve finished the Sunday customs of your community See what vou can do towards family felicity GEMINI (May 21-June It isn't necessary to always be riding a wave of excitement settle down for serious thought Invite old friends for a reunion but don t talk shop' CANCER (June 21-July You'll find plenty to do to fill your time so no big schedule is feasible Make your regular Sunday appearance punctually, however Watch your diet1 LEO (July 23-Aug Letting well enough alone is half the solution today Shared pastimes or a little sports competition offer satisfaction Winning is less important than the achievement of skills VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Self composure should be your goal Use the quiet, slow mood of this Sunday to help you listen to the silences within yourself, become more coherently yourself in so doing LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Don t jast do something be more of yourself Meditation brings inspiration Extra rest supplies the energy to bring plans into sharp focus next week SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. Ongoing plans are to be pushed discreetly with no show of formality or haste Fresh ventures are best postponed until current influences have run their course SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22- Dec Make this a social Sunday of low key activity This gets you free of conflict Let somebody else dominate the public scene, catch the onus for doing so CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. In the calm of Sunday routines comes profound guidance from your inner self if you re receptive Later Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1TT4, TrWrat WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold- 410 OAKQ654AQ4 The bidding has proceeded: Sooth West North East 2 O Pass 2 4 Pass 3 s THIS SUMMER? NOPE, IJUST HOME ANTIQUES ...ART? HAGM THE HORRIBLE MY FLECKS OF YoU THEY LOOK: BEETLE BMLEY YOUR NO, 1 WAS CLOSEP.' YOU'RE o YOU'Ri T5Z, 'RE TIMBLEWEEDS THIS MONTH THE BLACK FEATHER 60ES TO THE TREE'S ITOR NOT; UQ, SOME HIMM1ES KNOW WHAT A JSJ IN HIS FJELPi THE CAFAP1E OF THAT SORT OF LIQUESCENT I NAME IN PI AN OF THE MONTH! WHAT'S THE LATEST HOOP ON OOR FEATHEREP FKIENR5? ;