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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 IHt LtlrlWitiGt HtKALB ioHirdoy, Match 10, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SUNDAY, MARCH II birthday today: Fray- er and mediation open the way [or guidance in your in- creasingly busy living. Today's natives often move from one home to another, find their feelings in conflict vvilh logic. from prayer, despite the mallei of restless fi lends and relatives all about. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-1'eb. ISI: i have a persuasive personal- ity when sufficiently motival- cd. ARIES (March In directing your own Tact and patience never go out friends and their enterprises are apt lo take up more time thau they're worth. Give full at- tention to work essential to your goals. remember that everyone of style, altho bolh seem in VlltUO (Aug. 22 doesn'l see life in your terms I short supply. t Bringing your work and social make allowances. TAURUS (April id-May contacts together today is 'in- 1'ISCKS (Feb. 10- .March group action there is j advisable, altho nol altogether ARIES (March 2i-April Social order docs not occur strength and i unvohlable. Be up and aboul iu time for i spontaneously. It grows from j but you must meet the needs MIHiA [Sent. your share of the community j people encountering and learn- j and standards of tile group. Until you are acquainted expression of failh. Home life j ing from each other. i GEMINI (May wiSi the real siate of sfffirs uaRi.tME.-i.- He is truly a good dog. He is also a loyal friend. Therefore, I would I ike to recommend ol' banana nose for Neighborhood TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. flyan is best now. TAURUS (April 20-May j The thin line between giving t and being imposed on is all too easily crossed iu either direc- j lion. Cut down on your excr-1 tions. i GEMINI (May 21-Junc I Be responsive, social, wherever 1973, The Chicago Tribune MONDAY. AIAKCII 12 Your birthday today: Your response to limitations a u d problems early this year can bring you all Ihe elements you need for success as the year unrolls. Todav's natives j Anything you say will be ve- and you know how it got that peatcd, taken out of context, way, your efforts to straighten perhaps changed a little be- j things out only make more dil- i cause somebody does not under-1 ficully. stand. Be very explicit, or talk i SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. little. CANCER (June 21-July The week is expected to start slowly for you, building steadily you are invited. Escapist fun j like lo be up-to-date, are will- to fairly important situations. and games are like a vacation. CANCER (June 21-July Being thin-skinned and nervous today avails you nothing. Being flexible means letting petty comments pass as well as changing plans. LEO (July 23 Aug. Chances are today presena a classic case of too many cooks. Your version is as likely suc- cessful as any. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Devote your day lo the search for sercnily, gathering fresh energies for lomorow. Fiddling wilh household repairs brings more confusion than vou'd think. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Ocl. There is a great deal more talk than action today. Fortunately, extended discussion leaves li- ttle time for routine necessities. SCORPIO (Oct, 23 Nov. It seems to you thai mosl peo- ple are merely scallering ener- gy resources. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. In responding to your own sense of direction and "choice of action, you lind yourself alone, CAPRICORN (Dec. 23 Jan. Seek guidance, insight ing to work hard, often they 1 LEO (July Your Ask Andy he The friendly toad Andy sends a compleie 20- libs side. i the scoop a hole. Then voluma set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Mary Beasley, age 10. of St. Al- bans, West Virginia, for her question: How docs a toad get through the muter? Suppose a friendly old toad spends the summer in your garden. Every so often you hear his Ihroaty croak. Once in a while, if you stay very quiet, you may watch him catch a passing fly. But chances are, hi? long tongue darts in and out too fast for you to see how- he does it. In winter, your squat Bridge results Ladies Wed. Afttrrwan D.B.C, Feb. 11 I. Mrs. E. Zanders and fArs. D. Cranston; 2. Mrs. J. Hoseck and Mrs. E. Lynegh; 3. Mrs. H. McNabb ar.d Mrs. P. McCann. Hamilton Wednesday Evening D.B.C. 21 N.S. 1. Roberta and Richard Epackman; 2. M. J. Grant George Santa; 3. Bob Santa aril B. Marshall. E.W. 1. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hllsucm 7, Edna Santa and Winter; 3. L. SmHri and D. Cranjlon. Nftvita Game Jchn WlliCn and N. Hall: 3. P. Cor-tsllne and K. Fcaler; 3. f.'.r. "and Mrs. E. Ward. Thursday Night D.B.C. Fib. 22 N.S, 1. J. and J. Grant; X. R. Miroa ant] J. Arnlerson; 3 and 4, 8. C. Evans and K. U Wdtera with M. Yeshlhara anrt J. Lakeau. EAV. 1. P. McLein and M. I. A. Htrrfs 3. K. Spademan and R. Sants. rrlday Night D.B.C. Ptb. n N.S, 1. A. Toppfng and V. Smith; B. Jurkovkh and 0. 3. M. J. Grant and N. petson. E.W. 1. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Waters; D. E, Mlchaclls and: Zuoiileln; 3. and Barry BeiwicK- Suntfiy Ufilt D.B.C; U l. M. J. ar.d N. 1. and R. Spademan; 3. I. t'i D. E. M'chsriis and Zumitefn. with L. Smhii D. Cran- body down inlo the soil. He goes down backwards, scoop- ing out more and more dirt and leasing the crumbs out to the sides. Deeper and deeper lie goes and soon the pile of dirt at the lop of the burrow begins lo dribble down on his bead. This suits him fine. When he gels down a foot or more, the tun- nel to the surface is filled with j loose dirt. Mr. Toad is buried I underground, safety below the frost level. No, he does not suffocate or need room to exercise. He is j friend is nowhere to" be seen, huddled in a toad-sized den, Bui chesr up, he is quile I hUtf legs lucked under and sound asleep. I his body and Ms nose tucked j I inlo his fronl paws. In no' I lime at all. he falk asleep and gradually his body sinks into a sort of deep coma. His little heart beats slower, slower and slower. His body grows almost cold as the cold winter It's work, but definilely worth- while to inconvenience yourself to please those you care for. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Make the distinction be- tween those who have trouble and those who seek trouble. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. You are lakinK trivial de- tails loo seriously while missing a subtlety nol pul inlo words, AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Resistance early in the day indi- cates you neglected to include something nobody wants lo ask for. PISCES (Fell. 13-Mareli Much has become reality since j last _Monday morning, so this j otte is a different experience, i for a slow start. WiS, The Chicago Tribune Today xn Frogs and toads look very much alike and they do a lot of the same things. But Jrogs are frogs and toads are loads. They are not the same animals and they live quite different lives. For example, when winter comes both of them sink into the deep sleep of hib- ernation. The frogs oflen bur- row under the mud in the bot- tom of a stream or pond. But, oil no, you won't find a toad in such a soggy spot. JJe spends a tew uieeks pre- paring for his long winter sleep. However, you can be sure he is ready before the first frost freezes the ground. On a coolish fall day, he noses around until be finds a paten of fairly loose crumbly soil, It suits him even better if it hap- pens to be near a tree or bush, where roots creep down through the crumbly dirt. At Ihis lime of year, the load is extra fat and rather slow. But he sets to work with a will. He uses his big back feet to scoop out a hollow, scattering the dirt on GOREN ON BRIDGE 117 CHARLES H. COHEN C in, TM CNcw Trltm WEEKLY BRIDGE QUB 9. Bolh vulnerable, it South yon hold: OQITJ Tte bidding i a s Nwti list WMt t 1 NT T Wat do you bid? Q. Z is Sontbyou bold The biddin b proceeded Kut Sink TCert 1 PJSI 1ST 3 Pass 7 Wbal do you bid now? Q. Both vulnerable, South, the dealer, you hold: 49141 VOJIIJ OAT is your opening bid? 0. South, vulnerable. you hold: 9874 OKJ3 The bidding has proceeded: N'orth East Sotth 1 5? Pin NT Pifi t V Pasi do you bid now? Q. Both vulnerable, u South you hold: 4KQ1I74] vQ153 The bidding has Norti Eatt Soutlt Wett 1 V Pi" 1 4 Put 1 Nl Pan 7 Q. I Neither vuinerible, ss South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: North F.ut West I Dble, 44 9 i Pan Put PlH T What do you bid now? 0. South, vulnerable, you bold: 4AQJie3 VI11 OKQ3 The bidding has proceeded: South Wcsl Xortii East ground and his temperature may drop to just one degree above freezing point. Mr. Toad is hibcrnaling. he feels nothing anri suffers no discomfort. He gets through the winter in safety and comforL He stays safely in hiberna- all through Ihe chilly winter. The breath oF spring thaws the ground and warms lus fcody. His heartbeat grows E faster again and Mr. Toad gets j the message. Its time now to dig his way upstairs and take a look at the scenery. About now, new batches of insects are beginning to hatch and the toad gets sel to catch a tasty snack on his fast-flicking tongue. The winter is safely over and he sensibly forgets about it until next fall. l Pait Pass Pail 2 0 3 4 Pass Pail PlH Andy sends to Tim R p h o v i e, age 10, of Lelh- bridge, Alberta, for his ques- tion: Wtio discovered Mars? The Red Placet is visible to the naked eye and it was i Up There in plain sight vrfien our caveman ancestors first beheld the starry heavens. Since that time, it has been seen by anybody and every- body who eared to look up al the night sky. Hence, il is quite impossible to know who discov- ered it or saw it first In man ancient civilizations, early as- tronomers named Ihe outstand- ing heavenly bodies way back before the dawn of his- tory. Names were given to all Ihe visible planets long before wril- Itn records were invented, bill their original names have been history By THE CANADIAN PRESS March 10, 1373 Jan M a s a r y k, foreign minister of Czechoslovakia and popular son of his coun- try's first president, died 25 years ago today in 1948 in mysterious circumstances, two weeks afler Ihe Com- munisl seizure of power and after a purge had begun. His half-dressed body was found under a window of an apartment, but it never emerged whether it was sui- cide or murder. The Com- munists had won 38 per cent ol the popular vote in Czechoslovakia in May 1946, and were in complete con- trol of Ihe country by mid- The Canadian cabi- r.el approved the broad terms of the NATO pact. 191 Mackenzie King an- nounced that the Canadian garrison was withdrawing from Germany since Can- ada was given no voice m Allied policy. in Cali- fornia killed 120 and dam- aged property worth million. The city of Prince Rupert, B.C., was incorpo- rated. was opened ot Kingston, Ont. pill will be allowed I TON'T THINK YOU'KE PAYING ENOUGH SHE WE A COWPOY! 5HB NEEPS YOU! AMP YOU NEEP A WIPE! ATTENTION ID AUNT WHY, sm'v MAKE YOU A WONPERFUI. WIFE! PUT ALL WU EVER PO ISPUTHERP0MI AN 17 RUN AWAY FROM rjGRJ... BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker THE LI'L ABNER-By Andy Capp ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WE'VE SOT A SHAG RUG ON THE EVERYONE WIPES THEIR FEET ON IT? HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne OTTAWA (CP) DES, Ihe controversial hormone thai can be used as a "morning-afler" birlh-conlrol pill, will be jp- j proved for use in Canada "only for emergency conditions." Dr. A. B. Morrison, assistant i deputy minister in charge of Ihe federal health protection branch, said Thursday in an in-! terview thai j commonly called be forgotten. Mars was given its present name just a few thou- sand years ago, in honor of the .ll Roman god of war. Before louune allowed in contraceptives, but; will have to carry a warning; shoud not bo used as a What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as you hold: (JJ85H5 OAK IS The bidding has proceeded: West North Eiii- South Past t Pats 1 answers Mondoy) HAGAR HORRIBlE-ly Dik Browne ll'at, it was by other mimes in other lands.'All Ihe five planets lhat are visible froirvt he earth were Wenlified in prehiilory. The other three with the help of telescopes and advanced astrononomical skilb. Questions afiked by children nf Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Boi "65. Hnnlir.slnn Beach, California (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) U will be approved for use under such emergency condi- tions as rape or inccsl. he said. The Canadian regnlalions, which have yet to be announced formally, appear lo be stricter than United States regulations. The U.S. Food and Drug Ad- ministration said in February it planned to approve use of the drug as a morning-after pill. DES has been linked with j cancer in daughters of women laking it and with possible birth defects if taken as a moniinfi- afler pill. SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal THAT'S WHAT I UKE TO SEE... A LOYAL EMPLOYE HARP AT WORK I PRESUME VOU ARE COMPLJTIWS THE COMPANY'S PROFIT ON THE ;