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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HtRAlD Monclny, October 16, 1972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON TUFSDVV oiTHHKIl 17 is needed, can he] Your" In'rth'day Icula.v: I'n- j gathered will] reasonable sue-, del-standing on direct, perhaps harsh outlines and many changes. At least you know where you are. Today's natives prefer lo work alone, knowing or hoping Unit it will long suvvivc them, as is often Hie ease. AH1KS (March JI-April Your first concern the a V cess. CANCKIl (June An extra burden of details and some lapses in co operation shouldn't be allowed to ii.aet yon. He satisfied to do less than planned. (July -211 Aus'.. Your charm attracts move as- istance than usual if vou Do cmimals cry? Andy sends a complete 20- volume sel cf the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Scolt Miller, 11, o( Newport News, Virginia, for his ques- tion: Do LUiinKils shrtt tears like people'.1 Several readers were intri- .urn sisiance man UMUIL n several readers were mtri- vour friends ucl li'iiglod in your I really wanl it. Covering for (lie weeping crocodile 1 friends works only for a short wani [o know about oilier affairs, perhaps taking chances fn (or vou that you wouldn't lake. 1 tune. T-WJIIVS (April IM-May i (Aug. Kept. An early start gets you on the ideas need developing. such animals. Not species tiavc been tested, but the evi- dence is full of surprises. Cats, wave and you can collaboration comes monkey types and most land roll" through Ihe (lav in more smoothly, perhaps wi t li animals dn not shed salty tears, morale, with something to unfamiliar people, different Most species that shed Clears show for your efforts. I.Max (ih.Ml.M UMaV i ............i Education is the keyword for Making yourself clear to others today's New in- without pressure is an exercise in communication skills. Some- thing vou ciid lately will pay off now. SCORl'IO (Oct. 23-Nov. more or loss as do belong to the salty sea. And perhaps have enout.ii evidence lo ex- plain why this is so. Imugine tros with a wide-winged alba nmnv nose. The SCUKi'UP (uci ZJ-AOV. m: liquid oozes from his nos Dealing with authority, coping lo the tip of hit with questions related to older I beak, and he shakes his big n-onie turns out more con- j while bead lo remove the sin- strue'ive than has been ens- Plus. No, the great seagoing bird is not suffering from a cold. He is shedding miserable salt tears, though not quite as Bv THE CANADIAN I'RKSS 'Oct. IB. iri72 The RCMP patrol vessel St. Hocli reached Vancouver 23 years ago today- in 19W -alter an 86-day voyage from Halifax through the Northwest Passage. She thus became the only vessel to have made the northern crossing of the continent in both directions. In 1910 she had left Vancouver June 23, reaching Halifax Oct. 11, 1912, after spending two winters locked in Arctic ice. Hazel lulled 82 persons in Ontario, with one missing. judicial com- mittee of the Imperial Privy Council upheld a Supreme Court of Canada judgment that the federal government had power to legislate on the manufacture, sale or distribution of margarine. Highlanders of Canada was formed. Marie Anto- inette was guillotined at Paris. English assault was repulsed by French forces at Quebec. shed salt tears. So I systems, turtles, snakes and ternary lately. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Brief journeys, visits with j friends and relatives provide j satisfactory results, agreement i "tiers for future'actions. do marine CAIMUCOIIN dice. 22 .Ian, j Be willing lo deal with! believed the older people; trv again for iolj' tac about the crocodile solutions of chronic problems. shed phony ears to coax Ini3C.-ti.nt people are open to sympathetic victims wdhm suTCcstions range toothy jaws. But survive the salty concentration n sea water. Marine creatures lave numerous devices to pro- tect themselves, but accidents occur. When ocean going jinls, mammals and reptiles get a stomach full of sea water, jalty chemicals are expected by ihe kidneys. And most spe- cies so far tested also are cap- ahle of shedding salty tears. Elephants, however, arc land- dwellers, and so arc we. Actual- ly Ihe elephant loves water and sometimes swims in Hie sea and so do we. Biologists now are considering a new the- ory that might explain this tearful mystery. Possibly the remote ancestors of the ele- phant spent a very long time in shallow coastal waters, and so perhaps did ours. If this really happened, it could ex plain how elephants and people learned to cry. They got bashed by salty waves and shed miser able saltv tears to get th TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan do. Seals, whales and sea stinging chemicals out of thei AQUAKIUS 20 Fell. To get the. necessary co- operation, you must adjust your approach, accept diifcr- encies as part of the natural order. I'fSCES (Kcb. 19-March Contact Itose who can help you. Your contribution lo the public good may be the sensi- ble little bit that lips a balance. (1072 By The Chicago Tribune) FREIGHTER SINKS LONDON' (API A West German freighter sank in the estuai-y of tbe TUver Thames late Wednesday after a collision with a Dutch" oil tanker, the coast guard reported. One Ger- man seaman was reported missing. The tanker Kylix, out of the Hauge, and (lie 642-ton Rustringen of hemshaven collided near Til- bury, London's major port. now we are told that a marine crocodile indeed can shed genu- ine salty tears. What's more. when he does, he most likely feels sorry for himself. phants shed tears of grief. How- ever, none of these weepers have tear glands like ours. Birds and reptiles have paired nasal glands meant to shed sur- plus moisture. In seagoing spe- cies, these are larger and more highly developed. The elephant apparently has a different weep- ing system of his own. All living cells maintain a delicate balance of dissolved chemicals, and no animal can This new theory niav or ma not prove to he true. But thing could have haopcned this wa during the Pliocene epoch when the global climate brough a drought that lasted about ten million years. This is when the whales and seals went to sea I-CRIBBLL; or punp-s BlONDIE-By Chic Young AND WE'SE (ALL our OF MILK THE CLOCK IS SLOV SO YOU'RE GOING TO BE FOR WORK and returned. Perhaps elephant and human ancestor stayed along tbe shores, just long enough to learn lo shed tears and make a few other changes to cope with the sea. About three million years ago, the long drought ended and life on land became attractive again. Questions nsfceci by cMTftion of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Hunting ton Beac'o, California (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1072) BEETLE BAlLEY-By Walker GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN C im Tfw Chitau BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. South, vulnerable, you bold: QKJJfl The bidding has proceeded: North East South 1 NT 26 What action do you take? recommended hid U three spades. You have sufficient high card iUengtii to justify con.- trading for game In no Uump. In olhcr words, 10 points. Out It Ii possible that the hand, might play better at a heart contract. Your problem, therefore. Is to de- termine whether North, your part- rcr, hai four hearts. Obviously the two cluh convention Is no longer available to you. So, tha manner cf circumventing this ob- ilacle Is by making an Imagina- tive cue bid In spades. If partner riAi four hearts, he should bltl that suit. If not, he should go on to three no ttump. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AID Z OA852 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West t> hijacker known only as U. Cooper. And they have been offered reward if they come with !he whole amount. The re- ward scalos down to 15 per cent of any lesser amount recov- ered. __ WE'LL A START A J 'TWERE NICE LMM' NEW IM DCQPATCH LIFE, EJEFO'YO' ACP.OSS BECOME A NATIONAL LIME. VAMMY K.< f'lf" OMW TOO HAFPV TO I' SDKUM. REMTVO'A ISTtV NAME PLE ARCHIi-By Bob Montana OR. YOU'IL NEVER! OKAY, BE INVITED TO I -fl YACHT CLUB (PROMISl BU F F ET (4 THAT? I COULDN'T EVEN e I GET A ON THIS .1 WHAT'S J HOLOIMGOP HE GOT TO THE LIME? bND AND FOUND THERE'S LOBSTER NEWBURG HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne JUSr LOVE TO LOOK AT THE CREW CUTS IN YOUR OLD HISH SCHOOL YEARBOOK SHORI RIBS-By Frank O'Neal rtAVH A LACV M JOAN OP UFE ON THE J-lAZY-S-8y T. H. Edwardj P mi Al Pi 1 CWft I Kor AUtY. OWY AFEV M-Jfirl T wr WIBL ARL XEVrA'f HIM HM nir.w SUGS BUNNY ;