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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 tHE LE'HBRIDGE HtfcALD Thursday, October J, 1972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON FRIDAY. OCT. fi Your birthday relationships now conic lo de- pend on you be- neath the surface, Today's natives are perceptive, quick dependable. Today's women have relatively much better chances of success than today's men. ARIES (March 21-April Romance, love and marriage all look better to you this other- wise fairly ordinary clay. Take the trouble to collect what ts owed you. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ot. 5, 1972 The Greeks captured Tri- politsa 151 years ago today killed Turks. It was the first vic- tory of t he G reek wa r of independence and set the tone of conflict as one of mutual extermination. The Greeks had support fr om the European powers and Greek impendence was settled by Iho destruction of the Turkish fleet in 1827 by Russians, British and French. South African white plebiscite showed a majority of in favor of republican states. constitution of France's Fifth R e p u b He cajne into force. United States announced that its troops had suffered casual- ties in Korea. revolutionary gen- eral strike began through- out Spain and fighting oc- curred in Madrid and many other centres, Colum- bus discovered Costa Rica. TAURUS (Aiirll 20-May Pleasant co-operation doesn't mean people are floing lo do your work for you, or above their own normal share. Be alert. GEMINI (May Zl-June Get off to a quick start and stay on the move. There arc choice opportunities to go niter in several directions. Set priori- ties. CANCER (June 21-July Exchange what no longer suits you. Home improvements arc In orde- also. Earlier rushing leaves you tense in evening hours. LEO (July Z3-Aug. It's more a buyer's day than a sellers's. Gather in your share of the week's returns, invest i n the sure things y on h ave calculated. VIRGO (Aug. Co-operative purchasing tunis out quite an advantage, while selling anything produces less than ordinary returns. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Strive for an even balance as everybody seems to get in the gold rush to take advantage of a pood thing. Make your own choices. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Expect surprises as people re- veal suddenly themselves. Bring any grievance to light. Nothing excells like hard work. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Review your resources, add to them. Physical exertion ter.ds to unaccustomed excess for brief rushes. Pace yourself. CAPRICORN (Dec. Jan. 191: Focus on finishing what is already under way, the many loose ends from recsnt past. Hasty decisions are not the best answer. AQUARIUS (.Tan. 20 Feb. See where you fit In with the general welfare of your own people, be willing to listen and be puided. PISCES (Feb. IG-Marcb Defer major decisions. The best counsel you can reach is none too expert. Get a second opinion, intuitive guidance. (1972 By The Chicago Tribune) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CKAHLES H. GOREN e Bi TIM Chluil Trtbw.i North -South vulnerable. Couth deals. NOBTH VAtZ O AJ93 4AKJ43 WEST EAST J 10 5 3 9 T V 10 9 7 t IT WT7WATDMS IT SAY? 'TWOMFsoN IN TLifnBi.EWEEDS-Ey Tom K. Ryan BlONDIE-By Chic Youn9 BEETLE BAIlEr-By Mor> Walker 1 DID TtlE NOTICE SAY TtiB A POOl. PARTY OR THE POOL SECRETARIES SVERE PARTY? NOT A SOUL RB ARE 16-? Ill ABNER-By Al Capp TH' VJEDDIW PRE6EWT IS RCKIE-By Bob Montana THEN YOO J NOW DOKT NEED A LIFE JACKET, (WHEN YOU NEED AN h JUMP IT'LL BLOW ARCHIE HAS IF IT WADE A V. RAINS HI AND LOIS-By Dik AND I SAr'AVOTE FOR WE tS A VOTE PCS 1 A RETURN TO FISCAL I RESPOHSIBIUTV.' HOW DJD.HB KNCW? REMEMBER TIAIE A SHORT RIBS-By FrjnX O'Neal WTH K-l THOSE WARTS AND THAT euXX> 5HCJT 1 UNDEHSTANP PATINS THATT TKOLL, W SVcS MS GKK PLEASURE t> ASBUW SOMOT USUER THAN HVSELR CHISELIN'CREEP! HE'S BEEN REAPIN' THAT BOOK PER TWO HOURS'. WHAT'S SATIN SYLVESTER-? HOW COME VER TE6TH ARE CHATTERIM FINISH IT BSFOREJ PAKKt THIS [9 AN EVTREMELV SCARY MYSTERY ;