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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE UTABRIDGE HERALD Saturday, By JEANE DIXON SVNI1AY. M.Mit'll I'J Your Inrtluby 1 o d a y: Brings subtle duillemvs in which MIU sec something to do if you a i-1- sensitive enough, or may rot notice if you don't aim to become a 'more spiriuul being. You can't miss the message this year ot strivings, adventures, occasional dramatic turns. Today's nalives see more than they talk about, are in- terested in a wide range of unrelated specialised jt-cts. ARIKS (March Mmost anything you do re. suits in some minor incon- venience. Your share in the t'VNC'KK l.lum' i home with n friends. Prayer opens special doors for CAPRICORN (Ili-f. 22 .'an. transcending Imiitr.tioiis of the 131: If you will only attend to moment. True friends accept what is lit hand, thoroughly, yiuir quiet mood, and you can the rest of the questions and safely neglect those who don't. I issues fall into place l.lfl) tJuly Aug. Use! stress, everv available contact to im- Adl'Altll'S (Jan. 20-r.-b. your supply of informa- pr tion: check the progress of projcr'-s involving your teresls. VIRC.O (Aug. Sept The. lesser pursuits, hobbies, are there for your pleasure, in-' Younger peuplc need your opin- ions, expression of your true feelings for them. ynur plans and liudsets. You miiilil find an inbalance P1SCKS UVb. j Try to include IIKMnrch everybody that needs corroding. Stay out your plans, with particular al- tcntion to older people. They may come up with minor sur- I.IHHA (Sept. 23 Oct. 221: prises, last minute changes ot Self improvement is accessi- of the social limelight if you can commumly expression i counts this weekend. TAVIU'S c April 2H-M You can put toiMiuT quc pattern of potential if faith ble wilh little stress, promis- es lasting gains. Later hour, arc livelier, filled with people. SC'OHI'IO (Oct. Nov. Take a goixl look at what a uni- value. A agreement near you're trying to do. Give your j the surface could he very inter- i unconscious the serenity in i esting. which to redevelop ati ap- GEMINI Ola Creative enterprises flourish, i Many personal so 'rets arc out and no lonfler brim: slrcss. Bring out the best in people with vour lively curiosity. 21-Junr uroach to life. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dc UCL'in with resources, make it a good humored, expansive soil nl day. Spend a quiet evening at MONDAY. MARCH 211 Your birthday today; There is less excuse foi1 self indulgence, egoism as the year on: much more is gained by efforts to nia- lurc. Personal relalicnslu'.s become clearer, bring hard must ba ac- copied or rejected because of Andy fends a complete1 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Heidi Vance, Egc'lO. of Island, Jsew York, for her question: How does a lie (Irteetur work? The older folk tell us to speak Ihe truth, but often they forget to tell us why. Actually, the simple truth is like two and two which makes four. When we tell a lie. it is like trying to add two and tv.o to six or some other impossible number. It just won't work out to the right answer. This wastes a lot of useful time and often leads to a maze of misery. The lie detector tells us even more about this. It proves that even our bodies like us to tell the truth. an outright lie, the body feels emotionally upset. This upsets the pulse and the breathing, perhaps the temperature and; perspiration Maybe a few' mus- i eles twitch. The polygraph j notes ail these slight changes and v.xites them on the records. This complicated tattle tale machine must be run by a trained expert. He starts by asking a few innocent ques- tions, just to see how the body reacts when a person tells the simple truth. Then he asks a series of carefully planned questions. If the person be- lieves that the answers are truthful, the graphs jog along what they are rather than for qualities you happen to prefer. Today's natives tend to be visionary. ARIES (March 21-April Today is a kaleidoscope of short spurts of action in di- verse directions for differing reasons, stories from all sides, no two alike, but all true. TAUHUS (April 20-May See where yon can save time and effort. Business and selling tend to hit pay dirt. Early dili- gence and persistence bring results. GEMINI (.May 21-Jnne Go ahead with yesterday's ac- tivities with as little change possible; there is yet much to do along the same lines. CANCER (June 21 July Go on with yesterday's activ- ities with ;s little change possible: there is yet much to do along th-' same lines. l.KO (July Aug. Make it a day. Share a talc oi bygone days. Catch up on small promises, return bor- rowed hooks, etc, VIItGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Revise business affairs to shor- ten work procedures. House- cleaning produces space for new equipment, an interesting gift, or breathing space for its own sake. LIHRA (Sept. 23 Oct. News from distant people of- fers fascination. You may have to cope with two sorts of de- mands at once, postpone what you'd hoped to work out. SCO IIP [O (Ocl. Nov. Money and papers about its disposition come to attention. Keep adequate records of what- ever you transfer or receive, as further rearrangements are indicated. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Listen rather than talk. You not only save yourself em- barrassment, but can reveal themselves un- consciously. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Start canrpaingning for ef- ficiency, economy of means as well as money, two birds with the same stone ap- proach. Link diverse interests in a group effort. AQUARIUS (Jan. Encourage intrigue or roman tic appeal wherever you find it. Compliments cost nothin. are constructive far beyom your concerns if true and mod estly stated. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20 Municipal services returned to normal in th-s Newfoundland capital of about early today as a walkout by more tha n 3 00 city employees was ended with a Supreme Court in- juncton, Officials of Local 5S9 of the Canadian Union of Public Em- ployees, w hich represents (he workers, continued to refuse to give reasons for (he walkout that started shortly after noon Thursday. Other union sources said the dispute involved the hiring by city council of fcur persons who were not union members. The walkout left garbage un- collectcd and water and street services unattended. Boy, 2, killed at Calgary CALGARY fCP) Patrick Burnett, 2, was killed Thursday night when struck by a car, apparently after walking onto tho street from behind a parked vehicle. He was the fourth person kill- ed this year in traffic accidents in the city. GOREN ON BRIDGE is new, you can sec very liny red and blue threads in tho papcr. Xaturally the Govern- ment does not make it easy for people to copy this special Union Thurs- paper. So tho recipe is a deep not supposed to know the rec- ipe for the ink or where they make it. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) join in a country-wide dnck strike if the pay board touched wage increases won by either union. SLOW WORLD TOUIl HpBAKT, Tasmania (Renter) iwo Frenchmen and a cat arrived here today on a round- neween the-world voyage which so far the IIAVU and the West Coast i has. tr.kcn months The employers, the Pacific Mari yachtsmen, Gerard .lanichon time Association, contains Ian- j and Jerome Poncet, 25 set guage which permits the IIAVU I out from La liochclle, France to take strike action within j May 29, They have stopped days if the pay board remsns j at purls in Iceland, Greenland, approval of the contract. j Ihe United States, West Indies, Gleason's has not con- Argentina and the Ant- [irmed the joint strike pledge. arctic. BY CIIAIU.ES If. GORKN it Mil: Br Tfc Cfcfdjl Tribwe] V.EKKI.V HRIDGK QUIZ vulnerable, as South you hold: ft 6 8 Ihe bidding has proceeded: West North East South J 0 2 3 V 1 do you bid? 2 Neither vulnerable- rs South you hold: C'AS 5 72 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East Pass rass 1 4 Pass What do you Did now! Q. ,1 Neither vulnerable, faitjier opens with three no t.ump and you hold: if.KlO 53 Ola E 42 AKIO i What is your response? Q. South vulneraUe. you hold: CQS OJ743 Th; bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass I 4 Pasp 1 .XT Pass do you bid now? vulnerable, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: South West