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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Octobtr 12, 1973 Your horoscope By Jeam Dixon Ask Andy SATURDAY, OCT. 13 Your birthday today: All through this coming year, previously hidden or unknown characteristics emerge, as much to your own surprise as anybody's most of them healthy and constructively directed You may stand a lit- tle jway from very close new relationships as a result, to noboch s distress. Material allans require a great deal of extra time Today's natives usuallv possess a special charm, given a reasonable chance to show it ARIES (March 21-April Disagreement stirs up produc- tive discussion, and the people involved bring up every pro and con imaginable Far more is achieved than the settling of original conflict TAURUS (April 20-May Endless rounds of debate yield. little apparent result If you can ettncate yourself from the spot, do so Avoid anv shoptalk or "post mortem" on what has happened lately. GEMINI (May However trivial your problem appears to be. get something done about it. by qualified specialists Sympathy seems in short suppK offer your own. though vou get little CANCER Energy is scattered among several attractive alter- natives Since you have one life to lead, one line to follow rifrido earlv what to do and concentrate on doing just that LEO (July 23-Aug. Pause for a deep breath and meditation Get all the jangl- ing tntles ot daily living into better perspective recover or reinforce vour sense of humor VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Nobodv else is apt to see hie as vou see it now. or on the same levels Knowing this gives vou the chance ol threading your in relative peace through the complex- ities of the dav LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Further action follows recent past patterns can be revised a bit and improved In most cases vou should try in earnest It's a busy sort of dav with surprises abounding SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Be alert diligent, and plea- sant ol manner as vou strive tor the moderate sensible course Do not hesitate to set vourself apart for prayer, serious study SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec, Just when you are cruising along in good humor comes unanticipated criticism, some realization of skipped details. There's nothing tor it but make amends or repairs CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Seize whatever advan- tages are within reach, move in wherever there is a space available to you. work out new projects Your talents are icady for application. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. You simply are not-free to go floating off on your own perfect pink cloud today There are promises to keep, routines to be worked out, and the emotional needs of loved ones to consider PISCES (Feb. 19-March Your capacity for coping with delays, detours, interrup- tion comes to test You'll be proud of yourself and reward- ed as well, come nightfall, if you'll pause for reflection. (1973, The Chicago Tribune) ATMOSPHERES Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to David Bell, age 15, of Orwell, Ohio, for his question: What are atmospheres like on other planets? Nowadays, the information we have about the planets is subject to change without notice. New techniques are being used to explore them from the earth and every few months, somebody's space probing satellite relays back a batch of new data. Also, a few years ago scientists revised their previous assumptions regarding the nature of giant Jupiter. And, a few weeks ago, it was suggested that perhaps Jupiter and the other giant outer planets are not really planets at least not in the old sense of the word. We are separated from even the nearest planets by many millions of miles. Analyzing their gaseous atmospheres from such distance, naturally, is not the easiest job in the world. However, during the past few years, space probing satellites have gathered more Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I am writing about my 24-year-old son. About a year and a half ago he contracted trichinosis He was very sick and still is. He complains of pains in the legs, back or something Sometimes there isn't enough life in his legs to walk and he feels tired all the time. Once in awhile he gets very dis- gusted and feels he will never be well I am worried. He sees these "hippies" and says ''Why He is a very good boy. Please. Dr. Lamb, help me as I am a very worried mother Dear Reader Trichinosis is a very uncommon disease, but it is more common in the United States than any other part of the world It comes from pork infested with the trichinosis worm The incidence of trichinosis has declined sharply in the Goren on Bridge BV CHARLES H. GOREN cc 1973, The Chicago TrituM Both vulnerable. South deals. 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