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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May 19, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE WE'RE 601N6TO HAVEACHARITf By JEANE DIXON j vou'll let it. Young people dom- i this week there's plenty to; seek to meet more people of irate the scene. Relax and en- observe. common concerns. iov vourself (Nov. 22-Dec. i CANCKR (June 21-July (Sept 21! Oct. 21 Potentially successful This promises to be a busy day l.Make the most of" you day in financial terms. Formal- of good humored progress, and what you have. Today's ides must be attended to. with i Smail surprises lead to lasting progress is" permanent, thus; care for remembering all ap-1 benefit. worthy of your enthusiasm, j point menu. LEO (July 23 Aug. Make it a steady-paced Sunday, j CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 .Jan. 1 Your present efforts provide SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Work in the appropriate basis for future aciiievement. 1 Nothing goes quite as planned, i time and place forget your Don't rush building reliable "V- c If 'The changes are favorable, but; job when you'i-e on your own cooperation comes first. j inity s bunday I ti Be recep_ time. New contacts deserve fol- VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. SUNDAY. MAY 20 Your birthday tudaV: To1 night the Sun leaves Taurus, eaters Gemini at p.m. E.S.T. All of today's natives are under pressure to declut- i and tea- their working places and homes. Meditation is benefi- rial. Today's natives are taJ- original thinkers. ARIES (March After the community ceremonies, .mingle with your neighbors and friends. Attend j flexible a local problem that affects I CHARLIE 6ROWN, ITSHOaPBEFOI? HOW A50UT HEADACHES? NO ONE HAS A BENEFIT FOR HEAPACHES.. A00UT 50R6 THROATS OR HOW ABOUT CW FINGERS IF OUR TEAM 15 STAMP TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan Sept. I low-up. i Be sure to do enough of what. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. j you've been assigned Affairs of j Get out early. Catch up Begin your week with a physi- the heart take unexpected en- TYCO-HOC, WIMPLE! WAKE 01? SLEEPV HEAP.1 0EAUTIFUL PAY J SPRING'S f BLOOM AP0UNPS.' SUMMER IS NIGHi -mMa- 'with the news" your neigh- i eafchfick-up. Take inventory of ergy directions. bors. Evening is a time for re- your ready resources, plan for TAURUS (April strong demands on your energy are likely. People from the past flection. thdr sensible use. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. The work Of your mind blends may reappear, not fit into the present. Communication is fav- ored. GEMINI (.May 21-Jtine j tneme _ impromptu changes turn out convictions well. Social adventures include romance. Set aside a few mo- ments to plan the week ahead. CANCER (June 21-July Among this Sunday's endless conversations much can be learned. Give others the same time you'd like for yourself. LEO (Jul5' 12 Aug. Busy Sunday, unexpected invi- tations and extra duty to per- i form. Avoid excesses. Respect I others' sentiments. i VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Creativity fills your Sunday if i CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcli j into your physical ex- 19 Putting your feelings on Your discretion is a prime fac-i pression, readily into per- the' line is only part of the tor in your own interest and in jmanenM'orm. of the day. Back your the success of your family. with' contributions TUESDAY> MAY 22 Your birthday today: Of- fers the prospect of a year of AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Social activities tend to get be- yond original ideas, bring on i neaithy normal growth interested friends who may be qujte if that's what you willing and able to help. j PISCES (Feb. 19-Marc'i want, with frequent- tempta- tions to take the easy way. Life spreads out before you in j Today's natives often start a breed panorama of potential, j more than they can finish, or Be alert to take in all that hap-! receive more than they can pens. Prayer helps. Today in MAY 21 Your birthday today: Is a siarting point past is pre- face. This story is now one of TeconetrucHon. eecensidera- ation personal transforma- tion. Relationships either evolve with your changing, or are outgrtnvn. Today's na- tives are enterprising, origin- retain. ARIES (March 21-Aprii SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Renew communication lines you've got letters to answer, connections to make. People may misunderstand if you offer no word. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21': Business promises to be a pleasure. Good humor pervades j daily living, brief travels are I profitable, pay off indirectly. I CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. i Follow your intuition. Rea- son able issues can be hastned BLONDIE-By Chic Young i Friendly Mp is available and to satisfactory conclusions. I pertinent. Stay on the job. adjust AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. i details Novel ideads may in- j Most of those around you elude one that works well. j are concerned for your interests TAURUS (April 20-Maj' j as well as theirs. Maske com- Matters of slatus. recognition j men cause, support their goals. come to crisis. All depends on PISCES (Feb. 19 March how you pursue them and what Resist the urgs to make, _ your you've been seeking. history By THE CANADIAN PRESS "May 19. 1973 Anne Boleyn. the second mfe of Henry VHI of Eng- land, was beheaded 437 years ago 1536. She gave birth to Elizabeth I. but no male heir and her three years of marriage were not happy. Anne's original unwillingness to be- come Henry's mistress had !ert to his seeking papal an- nulment of his marriage Catherine of Arragon, ?E-d so contributed in part to the establishment of the Church of England. The day after Anne's death. Henry married Jane Seymour. barges loaded with ammunition exploded at South Amboy, N.J., kill- ing 20 and injuring 400. Churchill of Britain addressed both houses of the United States Congress. United States Centennial Exposition was opened at Philadelphia. French legion of honor was established by Napoleon. French fleet was destroyed by the British at Cap la Hague, off Cher- bourg. -UA-S PROBLEM- I LL TUKs! AM? WE CSS.' I HAVE IT GEMINI (Ma y 21 June j good i opinions known to all. Being a Morf rtfintl lietortoY. hri-ncrc snppia-l brings special al in their thinking, often Being a good neighbor is part j benefitis. skilled in precise work i ARIES (March 21 April i Up and on the go early! You'll i need tact to gat around some temporary obstacle. Avoid ex- jcess. TAURUS (April 20-May I S Friends see diversions, are un- i I likely to pay heed to work de- j tails, collaboration. Don't rush to catch, up lost tame. GEMINI (May 21 June Pay carefull attention to seri- ous ideas offered by family and associates. Adapt them to your purposes, devise your o n j short-cuts. I CANCER (June 23' July Your organizing skills are test- j ed for ways of getting out of i i things as well as putting pro- j I jects together. Meet rivals 1 head-on. i of success make sure vou (1973, The Chicago Tribune) Ask And> How clams multiply Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Robert Miller, age 10. of Arroyo Grande, California, for his question: How do clams multiply? Clams are stodgy stay-at- sperm cells, but Mama keeps j the egg cells safe in h e r j j body. Some of the sperm cells are carried by the water into her gills. They meet and fer- tilize the egg cells and stay under Mama's protection while they grow and develop. When the" brood is ready the moth- er clam sends thousands of little ones out into the water. NOT ec NVE DON'T BAT I VOU CAN' TELt- iTfr riX O'CLOCK vv'MEM Trie urne P.AHD ON ANP H'.AN'D UP ll'l ABNER-By Andy Capp LEO (July Aug. homes wno their lives j They drift around for a while i Mark time for the moment. You are overdue for a lengthy peri- buried or half buried in sand or mud. Their soft bodies are t OI 111.UU. OVJ..I. uvj---------------- I od of _deatog uncertain I encased in hard shells that tend to shut them away from each i facts, doubtful figures. i VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. j rest of the world. ent clains. IA coherent schedule is worthy piouing water serves oxygen of ycur efforts. Money trickles j anc} scracs of food through their and finally settle. But only a I few of them escape their ene- mies. find a suitable home and grow up to become adult par- YAKAPUMCTURE I BE GOOD i out for little rat urn. Younger j partly opened shells. Surely nprmlp flnim at.tAntirai I among ClamS IS 3 prO- blem and if you suspect that the lazy do-nothings are care- less parents, you are correct i people claim attention. j LIBRA (Scfot. 23 Oct. It's time to get down to funda- j mentals, do and say what you really believe and get a fresh j start. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. i Find the dramatic undertones j in even the dullest routines A pair of parent: clams spread enough cells for mil- lions of eggs. But only a few succeed. Even the females that keep the fertilized eggs for a Some clams make homes along the banks while cannot help them to sur- I vive in the water. The salt- their j water species cannot protect WOT FOR, WHAT WE.' KiEED tS V MORE. BITTER f HARD-WOP.K1MG C ARCHIE-By Bob Montana GOREN ON BRIDGE What do you bid now? WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ BY CHARLES H. GOREN tf 1973, Tr.t Chicago Tribunt Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 084 The bidding has proceeded: West North East 1 A 26 S C> Pass 4 A What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AAKQ87 The bidding has proceeded North East South Wfst 1 O Pass 1 A Pass I A Pass What, do you bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AM <95 OA.J10 S AA.I10S64 The bidding'has proceeded: South West North East 1 A Pass 2 v1 Pass 3 A Pass .1 A Pass What do you bid now? Q. 4 _ Neither vulnerable, you have 80 part score, and as South you hold: tfQ CA.TS3 The bidding has proceeded: South West. North East 1 A Pass 2 Pass Q. vulnerable, South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 3 Jf Pass Pass What do you bid? Q. t Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: AKQ.I854 <3KQ CAQ5 AAK The bidding has proceeded: -South West North East 2 Pass 3 NT Pass What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: