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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, October 7, 1972 THt LETKBRinGB HESAtD YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 D1XON SUNDAY, OCT. 8 Your birthday today: A fal- tering start is no great hin- drance, but rallier a time of trial and search for success- ful methods. Relationships ex- pand. Today's natives are much influenced by the oppo- site sex, have a strong sense of harmony and rhythm- AKIES (March Zl-April Once you've made the briefest allowing for the communal ex- pression of faith, devote your time to a review of resources. TAUHL1S (April 20-May Home life improves a fun event should definitely be or- ganized. Single people discover unfamiliar places. GEMINI (May 21-June Think what to do to increase the value or importance of your home and possessions. Ga- ther relatives for good cheer. a Sunday of CANCER (June Zl-.Illly Get in (ouch with the world outside. Creative projects come along better then. Maybe somebody can help the heavier labor. LEO (July Re- lax, enjoy family and home. There arc changes and im- provements to plan, ami f e w minor ones to put into reality with the help available. VIItGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Be neither first nor last. Come out of your weekday habits, enjoy a gregarious day of neighborhood activity, public amusements. LIBRA (Sept- 23-Oct. Leave the business and career world for (his long moment, dwell in Sunday with perspnallj rewarding home life conditions. SCOItl'IO (Oct. 23 -Nov. Everybody wants to go some- place new. M a ke yourself heard, bo the rallying point for a group, and go. Loved ones bring pleasant news. SAGITTA1UUS (Nov. 22-Ucc. It's time to live up to your convictions. Carry your full share of community respon- sibility, support or improve local conditions. CAPRICORN (Dec. ZZ-Jan. Gel into the social swim, be where it counts and you are welcome or invited. Stay on the move, but skip no cherished contact. AQUARIUS (Jan- 20-Fch. Activity for its own sake is not enough. Do all there, feelings as well as mind, if you are berth. Stay out of public atten- tion and finish what you've al- ready started. CAl'UICOKN 22 Jan. Examine your progress going to make the scene at all. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Togetherness is import a n t. Where anything short of happi- ness prevails, sit quietly and ask yourself why and what you had to do with it. MONDAY, OCTOBER 9 Your birthday today: Suc- jcssful adjustment character- izes the coming year. Emo- tional ties offer lasting pleas- ure, deepening slowly into firm commitments. Today's natives often are cpable of practical organization in shar- ing religious and metaphysi- cal phenomena with the world. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ocl. 7, 1872 The German Democratic Republic was set up 23 years ago the Russian zone of Ger- majiy. In 1945, Germany was divided into British, French, American and Rus- sian zones to arrest war criminals and dismantle war industries. The British and U.S. zones amalgama- ted in 1947 and were later joined by France. United Nations General Assembly gave moral approval to the occu- pation of all Korea by UN troops. aircraft made the heaviest and long- est raid on London hi two years. Japanese occu- pied all of the western Aleu- tian Islands except Kiska. extended million in credits to Tur- key for the purchase of war materials. was discovered at Okotoks, Alta., 28 miles from Calgary. AMES (March 21-April A search for information ought o be your main activity. Any- hing is preferable to the pur- chase of material supplies. TAURUS (April 20-May Start early and the day takes care of itself. The best prepara- tion for the future is to live each day fully. GEMINI (May 21-Jtme Think where you are, what you are doing, pose questions as to how these facts fit with your ideals, intended goals. CANCEK (June 21-July If it is at all possible, put routine jobs aside or in the once-over lightly catcg o r y, and concentrate on creative ventures. LEO (July 23-Aug. This is a time for putting on final touches rather than any new starts- Skip the publicity pitch, attend strictly to essentials. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Where you have thought the matter over fully, try to come to terms with a tentative pro- ject, get things signed up and done. MORA (Sept. 23 Ocl. Keep a wary eye out for big spenders, people with ideas in- volving money for pleasure. Press forward with projects you've neglected. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Almost everybody is willing to go around one more time with a successful routine, although few if any lend much practical help. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Fresh speculative ven- tures are to be given a wide get better knowledge of vague factors. Top off a long day with a quiet evening. your own AQUARIUS (Jan, 20-Keb. Letting well enough alone is a delicate matter today. Later hours bring news, sometliing for celebration. PISCES (Feb. 10 March Analysis of people's characters doesn't quite fill the need sensitivity to their intentions sensitivity to Iheir intentions means more. Home life is better. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10 Your birthday today: No definite or specific way of preparing for the future is of- fered beyond making the full- est use and enjoyment of passing moments- Relation- ships do not settle into firm patterns now. Today's natives attract public notice, partic- ularly those born near sun- rise. AP.IES (March 21-April In contrast to a general ten- dency to ba unreasonable, be I a c't f u 1 and patient. The changes of the day will be re- served at least once. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) What happens is incomplete more is on the way. Care and courtesy are essentials. Timi out to check for skipped detaih, helps. GEMINI (May 21-Jirae 20) You are not quite ready to arc on parade. Everyone Is promoting and protecting his interests in a somewhat abra- sive environment. LEO (July 23-Aug. Being your self through tliis long and edgy day is a problem. Mind business and avoid 'THOMPSON IS INTROUBtei" THAT MEANS lYE 60TTD 6ET THI? R6UIKPS ME OF THE AFttlRf-THAT A NASTY flKE OF TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan current emotional stimuli, rang ing from romantic attraction t an urge to speculate. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Prife and a sense of powe needless repetition. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Scpl. Money mailers do not come to any real conclusion; forcing is- ues precipitates losses- The noment's whim is not ulti- mate wisdom. I.IUHA (Sepl. 23 Oct. 'aking mailers into your own ands is more likely than not n excess wlu'ch you cannot ustain later. Shelve drastic noves. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Ivents coffer from expecta- ions. Sudcien reactions are not appropriate unless you restrain long enough to formu- late plans. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Take full advantage of a moving situation, seek new con- .acls with no preconceived no- ions of what they have to he or do. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. What appears to be er- ratic behavior is response to factors unknown to you. Criti- cism from your point of view is unwarranted- AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb Nothing seems sacrec today. Long established facts may no longer be so. Further information is needed before you move. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Speculative ideas and ventures now riding liigh will burst like bubbles. Map out alternative courses and be ready for change. 1972 By The Chicago Tribune PO HAV6A FEATHER PLEASE, POC! YOU MUST RESTORER I'VE PEVELOPEP, HAVE SOMETHING FOR FALLING- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN c mi Br Chiuia Trlbwi WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: JUSTSMEAK U70NANEA6LE ANP SPRINKLE SOME ON HIS TAIL OW.E55YOO! WAMPUM 15 NO OWECTi 1'U.TAKe SOME! PUT IT'S STIU-IN THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE 5 ANP VERY EXPENSIVE! BLONDIE-By Chic Young YOU RE RIG HI AMP I HAVE BEETIE BAItEY-By Mort Walker LET'S MOVE CUT, WHtf SIR? TOO MUCd NO, STUPID. I'LL. you TOUCHER TO MOVE A AWPEEhl AEMV 111 ABNER-By Al Capp WHLJFFO1 WOULD AMVOME-'WANTA STARE AT YO' HEDOMTDO NOTHIM: STARES AT VMJTDN-NONE WAMT TO FOLUV VO' ARCKIE-By Bob Montana JUST BANG I ALL WEHTfl ON THE BUT I CORNER POSTlTHINK WITH THAT YOUR MOTHER'S! JUST POWPERI HAVE TO J SCARE 'EM OUT TO SEE THEMf THOSE LITTL6 PILES TERMITES SAWDUST ..IN THE J I'VE SEEN GARAGE? ALL WHAT SUMMER: YOUTH1NKSO? AND LOIS-By Dik Browns I KHBV WAS AMISttKS (WE FUN KNOCKlU6 THE LITTLE BALL INTO THE LITTLE HOLEi" DO SOMETHING CONSTRUCTIVE, ACCOMPLISH SOMETHING.'" CHIP: HOW CM YOU STAW IKE KlWDBEP-l CASH IN JUST OVER THSE: PAYS.TK4TS A I WONDEC VVHSRE THAT FELINE IS HIPIN' OUT TIMST 1 GOT A FEELIN'HE'S GOOFIN'OFFASAIM ;