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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THI ItTHBRIDBE Sc.ti.rHav, March 14, WS YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON I LEO (July !3-Aug. Space I and time should be available i for whatever creative project i you feel structive. VIRGO SUNDAY, MARCH SS Tour birthday toilay: To- day's natives usually choose a profession which requires physical exertion and is ded- icated or related to so idealist cause. your home into nea, like trying. Be con- (Altg. 23-Sept. i It's a quiet Sunday for normal, conservative enjoyment. You have time and energy for and especially the chance to hear and be misinformed on what your competitors are up to. (April 30-May order LIBRA (Sejll. 23-Ovl. 221: 1 Take it easy and get a good look at what is happening near i you, what your neighbors Be up and about early'to do! their ways are really like, your full share of regular com-! SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. munity weekend Sunday ritu- i Money gets out of your hands als but very calm about" It all. I lor things you hadn't any ui- GEMINI 21-Juuc Mention of buying. Younger pco- Elorv that comes from peace of Keep your own counsel and B :n. _-11 HinnrrKI- inind. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Once you have done what is expected of you, tako off to to find whatever privacy is available and begin your search for knowledge. PISCES 19-Slar You can give yourself a rest, plus something chance what to enjoy people II may that you are un- able to find anything very in- teresting to do. Learn now, if you don't already know, medi-1 tation j CANCER (June 21-JltIy !2V. Let people have their way, part- ly to see what they would do, partly to encourage them to manage instead of depending on you. pie are particularly atlen- SAG1TTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec. j Your lead continues, other people to follow your ex- ample, so set a good one Ihis Sunday. CAPRICORN (Dec. ZJ-Jan. Restrain your propensity to see all things in purely ma- otlier special disciplines want to offer. MONDAY. MARCH 2B Your Birthday Today: Con- solidation is the theme of tho year, perhaps on a smaller "scale than you've prepared to cover. What you gain by your own efforts will remain with you. Habits are now open to change. Today's na- tives are interested in nature, wildlife. ARIES (March 21-Auri! The tendency is for life to get rugged today. Pause to collect lerial values, try to keep the your thoughts, gather your re- sources (or an uphill scramble. IRISH SWEEPS HOLDERS TICKET DUBLIN (CP) Following a list of Western Canadian tick- ets drawn Thurday on the Irish Hospitals Sweepstake based on Saturday's running of the fAn- coln Handicap at Doncaster, England, with horse's name, ticket number, name or nom-de- plume and home town where available: Dissuise-SCH 88719, Gypsy, Surrey, B.C.; SLE 54322, Las- sies. Saskatoon. S i TTC 78561, T. J., Steveslon, B.C.: SMA 69302, Swede Saw, Kamsack, Sask. SMA 69409. Paula. Dauphin, Man.: SMJ 90918, Babe. Kclowna, B.C. Open Uoiuiv- 8MB 75518, Pi- rate, Maple Creek, Sask. 78-101, P. .T. Regina; SBB 73468, B. P. M., Victoria; TQS 98190, Alcan, Quesncl, B.C. SJC 46082. Fudge, TAURUS (April 20-May i Do things that are completely within your reach, depending i on nobody's cooperation Be i cool and competent. Ignoi-e gossip. GEMINI (May Boyal 90SM, Lucky, Victoria. Master 76975, Pan- dora's Box, Edmonton; SJI5 72394, Little Al, Camrose, Alta. Grey 47774, Ed- die, "Revelstoke, B.C. 68657, Fi-Fi, Edmonton. Magic 84964, Hamed, Camduff, Sask.; SMA 32596, Joan Yurichuk, Rich- mond, B.C. Smart 58882, Sheba, Victoria; SKH 48061, Ty- rone, Coquitlam, B.C. Matters take a sudden upturn have a way of getting through to the best of what's happening. Ask for aid were you need it. CANCER (June 21-.hily Those near you are not sure of the wisdom of your course ahead with well thought-out LEO (July For once you have to do most ot the day's essentials yourself, so get an early start and do things simply. VIRGO (Allg 23-Ser.t. Your own judgment Is the most reliable loday. Spend your main effort gelling the attention of those who can open doors to you. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Check your tame and work areas for hazards, remove clut- ter, simplify your situation. SCORPIO (bet, 23-Nov. 211: Move to secure what you have coming lo you, recover scat- tered or loaned possessions, discard whatever has lost its 'unction for you. SAGITTARIUS (Nor 22-Dec. Your surge of energy may Wing more activity than you bargained for, but can bring an earning opportunity. Be willing to take some calculated risks. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Your mood changes, rest- less, impatient with conditions, people rooted in their habits. Change your own a bit, then look again. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Friends continue their usual rounds and this time you -nay have to redeem some promises TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan THAT POES IT! ITOLP WU A M1UION TIMES MULB SKINNERS AIN'T S'TOSEP rsScK THUMPS! YOU EITHER PROMISE TO KICK THE HAPIT OR ME AN'VOU ARE THRQU6W or suffer embarrass m.2nt PISCES (Feb. 13-March You have real friends quietly doing good things for you and some noisy ones giving you ir responsible advice. 1973, The Chicago Tribune BLONDlE-By Chic Young AND THE BEFORE, HE BOUGHT HER A NECKLACE BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker North Vancouver; Way Out, North SHE 13533, Vancouver; TXC iulyea, Sask.; 75756. Lucky, TQE 21G63, TTA 75070, Feliz, Victoria. King 77067 Lucky, Edmonton. Duuble 93374 N'oral, Surrey. B.C.; SMD 73919 Home Run, Winnipeg. Good j Luck, Vancouver: SKB Gypsy'Rose, Calgary, 46830, Sam, Cal- gary. Desperate Dee TSK 77046, Trailer, Lillooet, B.C.; TSC 78991, This Year, Vancouver. Queen's 48792, W. Earner, Edmonton. Jan 88333, Tech- nology, Burnaby, B.C. 76337, Sun- shine, Vancouver. Heave 87577, Smi- Jey, West Vancouver. Time, Brentwood Bay, B.C. 71272, Willy, Winnipeg; TXK 77447, Lucky, Calgary. Summer 63081. Yet, Cedar, B.C. General 74628, Machine Shop, South Burnaby, B.C.; TSE 12695, Gilly, Vic- toria; SMA 80586, Thank You, Regina. Golden j 78410, Antidote, Regina. 13916, This Is It, White Rock, B.C. Tacoma--SHB 56519, Frost, Vancouver. G ii r a m i 84615, L. McLaity, Edmonton. Sheriff 54477, Ask Andy ming moisture content that keeps plant cells stiff and sturdy. The other is "photo- which means bend- ing toward the light. These two operations are run by water and light. ___ Water is absorbed by the roots and uses the plant's plumbing system to seep from cell to living cell. Meantime moisture evaporates through leaves into sunny air. Hence the streaming water content varies. When cells are stuffed full of moisture, they are stiff turgor pressure. When cannot replace enough Clytie' into a sunflower. This, i evaporated moisture, they lose Sun-lovers Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Steve Davis, age 11, of Newport News, Virginia, for his ques- tion: How can a sunflower filling the sun? In ancient Greece, they told the tale of romantic Clytie, who loved the sun god, Helios. Day after day she turned lo watch his dazzling chariot ride over the sky. But proud Helios never noticed Iter. In time, a goddess with look pity and changed doleful 'hey Once, Jasper, Alta.; SMH 87631, Bullshippe, Edmonton. Pirrja 51274, Caya, Winnipeg; SJB 12629, P. Wor- ley, Vancouver. 75158, Pley, Vancouver. 54685, In- grid, North Vancouver. Owen 58538, Headway, Vancouver; SKE 61095, Doris Gerke, Calgary. 50057, Iva Weilband, Winnipeg. GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES H. GOREN O DTI, Tlf CMUM TritBM BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 1 North-South nlnat able. As Soath JOT hold: The bidding has proceeded: North Eart South West 1 Past 2 0 t B Pan T What do you bid now? Q. Both vulnerable. As South you hold: AAMS43 VA85 072 The bidding has proceeded: Ronth Welt North East Pan 1 Dble. Pasi r What do yon Wd now? 0. 3 Neither vulnerable. As South yon hold: The bidding has proceeded: West North Eirt South 1 IV 1 What do yon bidT Q. 5 Nsither side vulner- able. As South you hold: 4-WQ87 Governor-General Massey flew over (he North Pole. Toronto street was lighted by electric power from Niagra Falls. began on the New York subway system. city of Sorel, Que., was incorporated. American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfel- low died. strange chemicals are affected by light. When sunbeams trike one side of a plant, they send auxins scooting to the shady side where they boost the cells. For example, let's place a potted plant on a window sill The side facing the light loses moisture, turgor and auxins, e shady side loses less mois- and gains more auxins. Its xtra stiffening pushes the aves and stems toward the indow. This bending toward IB light is phototropism. ve to both turgor pressure nd phototropism. Light from he morning sun reduces tur- or pressure on esstern ide of the stem and drives ack the vigorous auxins. The mflower bends its flabby chin o face the rising sun. As the sun moves around the ky, its beams strike from dif- erent directions. At noon, the tiffening around the stem is airly evenly distributed and he sunflower lifts its lace up toward the sun overhead. In ate afternoon, the sunbeams strike from the west and the >ig beauteous flower bends to ace the setting sun. Scientists learned long agr how moisture is absorbed anc evaporated to create turgor pressure in living plant cells But this only partially explain- ed the daily motions of the sun flower. A few years ago, auxins and their light sensitive activi- ties were discovered. They helped to explain more of the sunflower story. Qnestions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy. P.O. Boy 765. HtmtingiOTi Beach, California 92C1S. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1873) HAGAR ths HORRIBLE-By Dik AW A OOV Rrr, urre, THAT My HAMP 2-z.f TOM AKB DID YOJ-EVEP '6EE ANY BEAUTIFUt, PIP 6AK6E, you SUKE HAVE II'L ABNER-By Andy Copp -SOAKS -SO DO THAT INTERESTS THIRSTY NOT PLAtNS OOLF TOOAV? SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neoi HO. I'M GOINS TO PUT AKErtT VOO QOIHS -To CALt A DUNOEOH te FUWDSW ONE OT AW JVOST PERSISTENT CBEOITORS PUFJSU1WS UK1. LJKE VOO WOULD TAKE UPJOS6WT' KEEP IN ;