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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SO - TMIIITHMIDOI HIRAID - Saturday, March 27, 1971 Your horoscope By Jean� Dixon SUNDAY. MARCH 28 YOUR BIRTHDAY TODAY: Now Is the time to consolidate your position, confirm your career program. Your natural aptitudes fit neatly the openings about you, and you can see your work producing results as you attend to it. Daily social contacts build toward an important future change, not to be rushed this year. Today's natives are of several distinct types; some very talkative, some taciturn and terse, and they follow quite diverse occupations, including sculpture, soldiery, theater, politics. What they have in common is an intense will to work and achieve visible goals. ARIES (March 21 - April It): Look back, learn from past examples, refresh old acquaintances. Make the rounds, find out what is going on in your neighborhood. Chicken gizzard Andy sends a complete 20-volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Rich ard Sweetmam, age 8, of Hunts-ville, Alabama, for his question: Why does a chicken have a ginard? A chicken has no teeth to chew and for her size she needs a lot of food. She is on the go from sunrise to sunset and her busy day uses up a lot of energy. This energy comes from the seeds, grains and other scraps of food she eats. With no teeth, she must have another way to chomp up her diet into digestible portions. This is why she has a gizzard. �  * * Many cooks chop up the gizzard and boil it to make gravy to go with the roast chicken. It is made of very tough muscle fibers but, when properly cooked, it adds a nice savory flavor to the gravy. The gizzard is tough because the chicken uses it for very tough work. It opens and closes somewhat like a fierce little fist and mashes up seeds, grains and other chicken food. Sometimes it needs help and the chicken �wallows a few gritty pebbles. As the gizzard fist opens and closes, the sharp stones make extra cuts and slices in the tough food. Chances are, the farmer feeds the chicken one or maybe two main meals every day. But she is a bird and all birds prefer to eat snacks all the time. She finishes the helping of corn that was given to her. Then she returns to her all-day job of scratching the dirt and pecking up scraps. Our bodies have digestive systems to cope with three balanced meals a day. The chicken needs a very dU- East teachers think Alberta is hinterland EDMONTON (CP) - Eastern Canadian university teachers consider Alberta is at best a hinterland and at worst "a bush crawling with fundamentalist hicks," a University of Alberta political science professor said Wednesday. That, he told the provincial-ly-appointed committee studying the non-Canadian influence in Alberta post-secondary education, is why professors from eastern Canada will not come to Alberta. Prof. T. C. Pocklington gave this answer when asked by a committee member if he could explain the difficulty of attracting eastern Canadians to teaching staffs at Alberta universities. Heaves his leg THE HAGUE (AP) - An irate war veteran took off his artificial leg and threw it at a Dutch government official in parliament. The limb, hurled from the public gallery, crashed just in front of C. Van Den Poel, social affairs secretary, just after he had vetoed a raise of pensions for war victims. The owner of the leg, G. Gritter, then shouted: "This is my reply on behalf of all the war victims who starve!" The Friendly Staff at . . . MARTENS VKJI75S 0K1SS4 414 What is your response? Q. 2-Both vulnerable. Al South you hold: 4QJ � W 4 OKQ10 4AQ10tS The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 4 Pass 1 4 Pais 2 4 Pass 3 4 Pass T What do you bid now? [Look /or antwert MondoyJ roSMTO A CERTAIN 50MEBW, 1 i'P m IT WITH MUSC- T fUMIUrWIIDS-ly TOM K. RYAN sow** scwaeu scnbm YOU'RE W0NP2RING WfWTI'MPOlNGlN HOUR MOlTOti mm CASTIGATE IS BLONDIB-By CMc Youna TOME itSff IVIW� TOBBfl O LONO l THOUGHT MAYS* VOU MKBMT COLLECTED SOMB OUST BUTli BAILEY-By Mort Walker 111 ABNIR-By Al Capp AH-e*OBM?TW ARCHII-By Bab Montana HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY B&K FWOWTHB NOISE ANP NUISANCE OFTHE CITY! Runway ;