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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 16THBRID6E HERAID Friday, Mny 25, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, MAY 26 Tour birthday today: Pre- sents you with "first in a run of choices, dilemmas usually solvable only for forsaking old fcabits. Prayer works, brings a gliding light. Today's natives uSuallv take sides in public controversy, endorse dissident Views. regard comments from (March quaintances. Davs like this are rare; ba pa- GEMINI (May 21 June tient, learn to manage emotion- al stress contruciively. approach. Assign priorities, dis-, SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. ac- Purposeful action pays. Get to the point, involve no personal- ities or side issues. Settle for Try a conservative, convenvion- l al course older peopVe watch what vou can gel. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. TAURUS (April 20-May all you do. There's much to gain i Let people hear from you Jo tha Knot if tfcov nnrlovotnrl affnr'.K hrtp.flv tlhen hllSV VOUfSglf with Steadv routine effort is the best if they understnd your efforts. CANCER (June 21 July Now is a time when you help yourself, perhaps against some resistance. Romance brightens the scene, despite day's rush. LEO (July 23 Aug. Continued concern over your re- Ask Andy TO A 6AME.'l'MTlKEPOF HAVING WOK StAMMEP IN Wf ASTOMACH-AOIEBNOIONP OF CHARITY! IHAIE SELLING briefly, then busy yourself with neglected household chores. Ev- ening may be festive. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Where you can be of prac- tical assistance, help without; fuss. If you can't, don't get in I the way. TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan SOMETHING FOR YOU ANP YOUR chattering m o n k e y s romp among the boughs. But the j Andy sends a complete 20- creatures down on the ground OkaP' sources may lead you to change outworn habits and adopt a simpler approach. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sepl volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Greg Balestrieri. age 14. of Elk- Wisconsin, for his ques- tion: Where is the okapi found? live in perpetual shade. And one of these creatures of the Simple, direct actions likley are only way to success today. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. adopt a sharing a moment of stress 1 in a y contribute to co-operation, Read'ily give of yourself with little comment. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Skip complicated explanations, stay busy no matter how slight press for no final answers. the" project, or how routine Hs gloomy darKness s LIBRA (Scpt ,s Oct. Although not easily lous okapi. It is abnfct impos-, A well. placed word soon saves j others isible for a person to hacK ms i ]engthv misunderstnding i not the thin2 fo do it in ty i Io HVJL tnc iiii.ijjg viu. way through these dense jun-, fm. brevity, so- i At the turn of the century, j gies of the Congo. And even if i cia, activitv high felt confident that at he did. the noise of his coming j M973. The Cbicaso Tribune) least all the mule-sized mam- mals bad been found. But they had failed to probe deeply into could scare the okapi away before it was seen. It took a lot of evidence to j the mysterious jungles that convince the world of science, border the great Congo River but when at last a few sped- j of Africa. Time after time, the j mens were brought out as the j little Pygmy people reported final positive proof, nobody was that the" strange okapi was bid- disappointed. He looks a lot QOiVfS CRICKETS.': A SURFEIT OF PEAPS, 0AU0L-ES ANP TRINKETS WHEREWITH TO SATE OUR PRIMITIVE APPETITES FOR THE PICAYUNE! 3-25 OH, HOW TO EVER THANK A RECEIPT WILL PO...I JUST BOUGHT YOUR LANP BLONDIE-By Chic Young ing there in the shadowy thic- kets. And time after tame the like a mule though he lias a longer neck and his back j experts refused to believe. How j slopes down toward his rear wrong they were: On August 3. North Americans got their first look at ,a real live okapi. The hand- some mule-sized mammal ar- rived from Africa and took up residence in the New York Zoological Park. For year? he had been the topic of many a scholarly debate as to whe- ther or not he existed. After all. it was very hard to believe that animal of this size cculd have escaped notice un- til the 20th century. When we speak of darkest Africa, surely we must mean the dense jungles by the edges of the Congo river. Here the trees crowd together and cast a canopy of shadow down into the steamy jungle. Below them, smaller trees tangled with leafy vines cast more shade and even the tropical sunbeams cannot pierce down to the sprawling underbrush. Gaudy birds squawk and flut- ter among the higher trees and end. He has a lens horsy face with large eyes and a gentle S YOUR TROUBLE SY SAID IP i WASM'T i SATISFIED MY MONEY J' (WOULD CHEERFUL, I'D HATS 70 MM IN AN.1 UGLY MOOD LAWRENCE E, LAMB, M. D. Her druggists plays physician HiT'shape rather ordinary I poetess, decorator and have a license to practice but his velvety coat is remark- able. It is. of course, designed to be worn in the deep jungle. But who would expect his back- ground color to be a rich I shade of deep purple? This is j I have been a very high-strung how most people describe it. (not obnoxiously) person. As though in certain lights it takes! my doctor puts it. I run on on a rich chccolate tone. His I eight cylinders at all times, cheeks and chin are whitish j Three years ago, I went from and there are ripply white i 100 pounds to 85 and the doctor stripes around his slender legs determined it was because I and across his rump. He has run around the house all hours soft mobile lips and a long mo-1 of night. My body gets very bile tongue to grasp his leafy i tired, but my brain functions D r !____ _i.1_, J T nrtl.4 flj-ij-vn been successi'u! in al] my i then perhaps he can provide fields. Presently my husband i better advice on your over-all and I run three businesses own. From the time I was a child. BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker food. Questions asKed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy. P.O. Box 765. Huntirsgton Beach, California (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) constantly and I seldom sleep state. In the meanwhile, by advising you not to follow your doctor's orders he is literally medicine without a j do so. Your doctor prescribed Par- est for you because it is one of the safest mild medicines that can be used to combat insom- nia. It is well tolerated with- out side effects. There is less o'' a tendency for a hang-over effect than occurs with some other medicines. It is relative- more than three-and-a-half ly nontoxic. Physical depend- hours a night. Most times less. He put me on Parest 400 mg. ence has not been clearly de- monstrated as yet and psy- and sure enough I gained' chological dependence is rare. Many over the counter medicines that you can obtain without a prescription are not very effective or they may con- tain substances that are even GOREN ON BRIDGE I weight and felt well rested in the morning. The days were nicer to meet. I Last week when I went to get my prescription refilled the druggist made a remark about less safe than many prescrip- BT CHARLES H. GOREN C ChicjTo TMbtiM Both vulnerable. South deals. VORTH A 7 6 5 S A 083 Q ,T 10 8 WEST EAST KQ A I <7 Q 4 7 3 3 I f- 8 7 5 I A SOUTH A A J 10 9 i