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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 TKI ItmiRIDGE KEKAIO March 197 Your horoscope By Jean 4 Dixon S1ARCH 28 YOUR BIRTHDAY TO DAY Now is the time to con solidate your con firm your career Your natural aptitudes fit neatly the openings about and you can see your work producing results as you attend to Daily social contacts build toward an im portant future not to be rushed this Todays natives are of several distinct some very some taciturn and and they follow quite diverse oc including sculp poli What they have in com mon is an intense will to work and achieve visible ARIES March 21 April Look learn from past ex refresh old acquain Make the find out what is going on in your I Chicken gizzard Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to R i c h ard age of Hunts for his ques tion Why does a chicken have a gizzard A chicken has no teeth to chew and for her size she needs a lot of She is on the go from sunrise to sunset and her busy day uses up a lot of en This energy comes from the grains and other scraps of food she With no she must have another way to chomp up her diet into digestible This is why the has a f Many cooks chop up the giz zard and boil it to make gravy to go with the roast It is made of very tough mus cle fibers when properly it adds a nice savory flavor to Uie The giz jard is tough because the chic ken uses it for very tough It opens and closes some what like a fierce attle fist and mashes up grains and other chicken Sometimes It needs help and the chicken swallows a few gritty As the gizzard fist opens and the sharp stones make extra cuts and slices In the tough Chances the farmer feeds the chicken one or maybe two main meals every But she is a bird and all birds pre fer to eat snacks all the She finishes the helping of com that was given to Then she returns to her allday job of scratching the dirt and pecking up Our bodies have di gestive systems to cope with three balanced meals a The chicken needs a very dif East teachers think Alberta is hinterland EDMONTON CP East ern Canadian university teach ers consider Alberta is at best a hinterland and at worst a bush crawling with fundamen talist a University of Alberta political science pro fessor said he told the provincial lyappointed committee study ing the nonCanadian influence in Alberta postsecondary edu is professors from eastern Canada will not come to Poctdington gave this answer when asked by a committee member if he could explain the difficulty of at tracting eastern Canadians to ferent digestive system to cope with her endless Having no she swal lows each bite Bit by bit it goes down her gullet where there is a pouch called the There it is mixed with moisture and perhaps stored for a Then the food passes on down to the chickens stom There it is doused with strong digestive The mushy mass then squeezes into the The tough walls of the little fist mash up the mix ture of food and digestive The jagged gravel helps to tear up the toughest frag When the job is the soggy pulp is sent to the winding The usable portions are taken through tiny doors and dissolved in the The chickens little heart pumps the blood and it delivers the digested food around her The chicken eats extra tough Birds that eat in sects and softer foods have smaller Grasshoppers and certain other creatures also have The earth worm has a tiny gizzard and he swallows tiny grains of sand that help it to chomp up his We know that the body needs And you would think that it can use it just as we eat it from the This is not The food we eat must be mashed up and mixed with di gestive jmces that break up and change its The chicken must also digest the food she And the chomp ingup job is done by her giz Andy sends a World Book Atlas to Joyce age of for her queston How big s a living cell The dimensions of most living cells are microscopic and the microscope reveals them as flat Their diamet ers are measured by the mic which is one part of an Some of the small est living cells are The giant members of this world of midgets measure sev eral microns in Some of the smaller bacteria measure to an inch which means that their diameters are less than half a micron in The plant and animal king doms teem with a countless assortment of living Most of them are but a few microns teaching staffs it Alberta uni TADRUS April May Take part in community week end bright and regardless of local While you have contact with the people settle ap pointments and other arrange ments related to coming tra vels and distant GEMINI May 21 June This is one Sunday you shouldnt just loaf there are too many things you need to do for your own better wel Stay CANCER June 21 July The drift is toward self indul not just in creature com but lapses in forming and keeping better habits of LEO July 23 well enough alone In est some time in home favorite perhaps a nostalgia tour thru old me VIRGO 23 A glance around your quarters will reveal enough needed ad justments to keep you busy all day and then LIBRA 23 Broader perspective on what is going on in your field is neces Your own work takes on a quite different appear a n c e when compared and seen in SCORPIO 23 Now you must turn loose and move with the tides and Logic prevails over emotional caprice while intuitive gui dance recedes to the back SAGITTARIUS Nothing is gained just by staying put and under Find a project that needs con siderable effort but not much CAPRICORN 22 Guesswork leaves so much to be desired you may as well consult experts and be done with it this AQUARIUS 20 Just when you are in the mood for a Sunday of many complex details turn up which cannot be for later PISCES 19 March 20 Travel either literally or sym bolically in your inner While out of your accustomed habits and some thing interesting occurs to 1971 By The Chicago Tribune MARCH 29 YOUR BIRTHDAY TO DAY Easy paths are at a turning point and some of them end New ideas are along with thrift and If you have wandered far from your starting its time to consider whether you will ever and use this as a basis for In daily the year will be plea sant enough with much to re member AIRES March 21April Events are out of your control the best you can do is cope with changes Mobilize all your resources and TAURUS Arpil 20 May Any competitive situation gets Oldest Irish brother dies CP John oldest Irish Christian Brother in the in width and too small for I died here at the age of human eyes to see A member of the order for 83 he was born in Clog County Ire in In 1918 he was put in charge of Mount Cashel Orphanage in Johns and remained there after his A BWfTHffiCWJI J WORCS more A definite for ward initiative brings real re Relax tonight with a con cert or a good May 21 June Build your day toward a good opportunity tonight for social some turning point in your views of the fu CANCER June 21 July 2Z restoration are the keywords for the trend this beginning early Meet the changing scene with a will to forgive and LEO July 221 Show your inner serenity with quiet If you engage inse rious research or you thus divert violent energy into precisely organized better VIRGO 23 Take the course of least resis It may be surprisingly Pursue romantic in LIBRA 23 You have nearly everything going your way make the best of it avoid impatience and hasty critcism of minor de SCORPIO Close attention to others and their behavior brings new un derstanding of what makes them tick An evening of pray er points the way to a new mode of SAGITTARIUS Now is the time for short cuts and simplified Stop putting energy into waste needless CAPRICORN Begin your work week with earnest effort a pileup is awaiting so start Seek entertainment in the evening AQUARIUS Ask assistance and advice despite a certain amount of hurt pride or selfconscious Theres too much to PISCES 19March Among your candor and cooperation line up well Accept your make 1971 By The Chicago Tribune THERE 5WEIWN61WANTED 1P 5X1 IT BiTH TUMBUWEEDSBX TOM RYAN Heaves his leg THE HAGUE AP An irate war veteran took off his artificial leg and threw it at a Dutch government official in The hurled from the public crash ed just in front of Van Den social affairs just after he had a raise of pensions for war MC The of the then shouted is my replj on behalf of all the war victims who starve there are larger living cells that we see almost evsry One is the golden yolk of a hens The j oiks of all bird eggs are single cells and naturally the biggest belongs to the biggest The largest known living cell is the orange sized yolk inside the egg of an Questions asRed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P Box Huntington California Chronicle Puhlishing 1971 Mitchell amioyed CALGARY CP Author Mitchell says his pres ence at the University of Cal gary is an example of the schools concern for a Canadian He said he is annoyed by statements to a government committee studying foreign fluence that Canadian litera ture is getting too little atten tion at universities and in high The only reason I am here Is because I am a Canadian writer in resi dence at the said such positions are not all that common in Canada and the Calgary institution is mosl unusually liberal and progres sive in this The appointment gives me an opportunity I have never had to work on serious writ It takes three years of se rious work to produce a But when you have to free lance to earn your novels come nine years From a standing part two and a half years I am now completing the finest novel Ive ever Mitchell has been writ ing for 28 years and is known for his stones of Prairie life including Jake and the Kid and the novel Who Has Seen The Wind GOREN ON BRIDGE Establish press The Friendly Staff MARTENS Invite vou o economize on quality foods SILVERWOOD BUTTER on SATURDAY j at university i VAXCOITER fCP Estab j lishment of the University of j British Colombia which j plans to publish 10 books in us I t first year of was an nounced Thursday by the um1 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