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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Moodoy, March 12, 1973 THE IETHBRIDOE HtRAlO YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, MARCH 13 Your birthday today: Ar- rives amid preparations for a coming showdown, with either rivals or with your own natural limitations. To- Ask Andy Lizard care Andy sends a complete 20- volume set ot the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Lor- raine Labossiere, age 13, of Somerset, Manitoba, for her question: How do you care for a cap- tive lizard? Lorrain's lizard played role in a science project. The problem was to provide the test of care during his tour o duty. This sort ot problem often arises during llie science fair season. Frogs and fishes, rat; and rabbits and all sorts o other animals are required to help in ttie demonstrations. I would be nice if they alway came with directions for thei proper care and feeding. Thi would be easier for science stu dents and a lot less risky for their temporary animal as sistants. There arc some species of lizard known to science and each species has a few par ticular preferences of his own In some cases, the require- ments are extremely differcn For example, a few species ar vegetarians and several others need mixed menus with help- ings of certain plant food. Ob- viously it is easier to plan his diet when we know exactly who he is and a lot less risky for the lizard. We cannot be sure which liz- ard species Lorraine selected to demonstrate her science pro- ject. This means that a great deal of time and patience must be devoted to watching for signs that some part of his environment may not suit him. Of course, he must be provided with a terrarium that has a con- trolled atmosphere of the right temperature and humidity. He needs direct sunlight for sev- eral hours a day, plus some rocks and a secluded area where plants provide suitable shade. His liquid nourishment should be no problem. Unless he is rare marine lizard, he does ot care to dunk or drink from dish. Sprinkle water on the oliage in his terrarium and he rillsip the drops, as needed Naturally you will consult al reference material to earn his species plus lu dietary requirements. However t all else fails, he may be able o give you a few hints. Chances are, ttiis dear little fallow is one of the many com rnon lizards of North America [f this is so, chances are he is a meat-eater. As a rule, eve a simple little lizard know enough to refuse foods that dis- agree with him. If ottered variety of items, he may sele the suitable ones for. himsel be day's natives tend to quick, positive thinkers. ARIES (March 21 April usiness negotiations drift into mbarrassing circumstances. High pressure carries risk of misunderstandings. TAURUS (April 20 May Revision and re-routing are the rder of the day. Purely crea- ive expressions are effective. GEMINI (May 21 June Where you've been neglected or refused lately, see if a dif- erent attitude is developing, mt assume nothing is perma- lent. CANCER (June 21 July What you sign in haste turns out to be quite permanent Stubbornness is more a virtue than a fault. LEO (July 23 Aug. 22) You have a good chance to un derstand trouble coming from hidden sources. Your seren and generous mood should pre- vail. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) Re-evaluate your work, allov margin for probable changes Share the effort and the earn ings. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22 streak of resistance con- tinues but is diminishing. By ater hours much is possible seemed improbable ear- IcORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. .one journeys encounter mooth going, with encouraging responses from new acquam- lances. Those who stay put at- ract exotic people and inter esting ideas. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 2Z-Dec. Once you're into tho main irogram, it's best to come to trms quickly, sign up and pro- ceed with new activities. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your most gentle ap- proach is the only path to deep- ar understanding. Home can easily be reorganized. Main thing is a determined effort. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Proposals iall apart as you try taking them seriously. Time out tor a good laugh and a good cry. A secret is exposed. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Aside from the temptation to promise the moon to loved ones, this is a successful day. (1373, The Chicago Tribune) However, please remember that he may be desperately hungry and confused. Under pressures of this sort he is not likely to be the best judge of a balanced diet for himself. It is fairly safe to offer ram flies and meal worms. A pet shop may suggest types of packaged foods, though be sure to vary his menu. If things go very well, he may learn lo ac- cept raw hamburger and bits of egg. In summer, he will be very grateful to get a few crick- ets and grasshoppers. Let's not forget that a lizard cannot abide the cold. In his natural environment he sinks into deep hibernation long be- fore the first snows. This is how Lorraine's lizard would cope with the winter in Winnipeg. He can remain awake, though may- be not very peppy, through the winter because his terrarium provides a summery climate. Qnestions asfced by children ot Herald readers should he mailed A s k Andy, P.O. Box 765. Hnnticeton Beach, California 92G-IS. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Common problems with growing old Dear Dr. Lamb I am a 1 constant follower of your col- umn. I also find your advice and recommendations lughly interesting. I now have a prob- lem of my own. I am an 87- year-old man and I have de- veloped a terrible stomach problem constipation. I have already taken a number of medicines such as minsral oil, cascara pills, senna v, and prune juice, but it does not help. I can go without a bowel _ any sudden change, in bowe habits, the constipation anyone, is development or diarrhea in sometimes t h GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN O tm, TM CNeate Trlbww BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 9Q9653 OQS7Z Ite bidding lias proceeded: North East South West 1 INT I What do you bid? spades. If you don't fpesk now It may become Inex- pedient ta do so later. Partner should not play you for substan- tial values alnce you failed to double one no trurap. and preference should be given to reblddlng a good six card over returning to be arts. Q. 6. Neither vulnerable, South you bold: