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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon Saturday, September LETHBRIDGE HERALD-; 23 SUNDAY, SEPT. 23 Your birthday today: On this date, the autumnal equinox comes at 21 minutes past midnight, EOT Those born in the first 21 minutes have a Vago Sun Sign, those in the rest of the day are Librans Today's natives are distinctly individualistic prone to go it alone rather than endure close co- operation This coming year finds them all evolving, en- countering unaccustomed career obstacles and challenges Later in the year, they emerge with fresh triumphs ARIES (March 21-April If you can spend this Sunday outdoors, do so If you can't then seek some symbolic ex cursion from your everyday routines Be gentle and easy in your treatment of others TAURUS (April 20-May 'Live and let live is a fit motto for the day Forebearance with the folly of younger people is appropriate Plan improvements which in- sure the most comfortable surroundings GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Be bright and quick with your share of the Sunday customs of your neighborhood Make the rounds check up on re- cent developments visit friends and relatives Stay on the move CANCER (June 21-July There is no such thing as mak- ing up for lost time in strenuous exercise or sports do no more than you are in shape to do This should be a pleasant day Avoid shoptalk LEO (July 23-Aug 22) New acquaintances include some who may become important to your life Shared amusements intellectual pur suits stir interest excitement rivalry Give a modest party VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22) Put your work of the past week out of your mind give yourself a break Find time for prayer and meditation by skipping social doings if you can t manage any other wav LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22) The fount of spirit should be flowing freely for you in the light of today s ambience Look about you be thankful for what you are and What vou have Bring friends home SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov Rapproachement with friends seems indicated for your main activity at present Make peace wherever it s needed, even if it's only an agreement to let well enough be SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22- Dec. Study, research, preparations for coming tests of your knowledge and skills are natural during this phase Public appearances are best kept to a minimum CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Present your nicest sur- face to the world do a good job ot listening as you par- ticipate in community affairs and traditions Social contacts turn out to be worthwhile and interesting AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Seek harmony in personal relationships Let your loved ones enjoy a change of scene, time to think for themselves Seek all sorts of information and receive some answers PISCES (Feb. 19-March Once over lightly do more than must Visits exchanged are the normal order of the day on a local basis Evening is ior sharing news with old confidants (1973, The Chicago Tribune) MONDAY, SEPT 24 Your birthday today Opens a year of continual harvest, one sort after another gather- ing in the results of your last several years of work investment and prayer Despite borne early setbacks, vou accumulate a sound material base from which to develop along different lines later Relationships drift along in relative peace, with no special crises indicated Todav s natives are torthnght well intentioned in dividuals who are often mis- understood ARIES (March 21 April 19) The call is for more diligence less dependence on chance or luck although a bit of that mav bring you a flurry of i omantic interests Evening is tine lor a party TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Onct got the morning chores oat of the way go shopping and bu> those sundry odd items which are seldom needed but are presently mis- sing in vour household GEMINI (May 21 June 20) Fake on no more than you are sure from experience you can handle leaving intricate or technical things to specialists What vou should deal with peisonallv includes your budget CANCER (June 21-July 22) II you can settle to a steady pate instead of trying to rush, vou can get a great deal of planning and some good business completed Try to increase the value of your possessions LEO (July 23 Aug. 22) Start to put on a push for per- sonal recognition in some selected area in which you (eel vou have special com- petence Let your work rather than your comments speak for vou VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept An increase in productivity is promised Decide on positive action move in on an old nuisance or problem and dis pose of it once and for all Romantic interest rises LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct 22) Among all the bustle of the material world there is a time when vou should seek serenity within ourself That moment of prayer this morn ing makes all the difference SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov 21) Service rendered to your ideals now lets you live with later makes no difference whether anybody notices Upets at home due to repair work in progress SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22- Dec 21) Now its time to start up again on good pro- jects that have been suspended promote fresh capitalization Much of what was misdirected can be recovered CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 19) The trend or direction in which you must organize things lun contrary to vour expectations but is non- etheless apt to be successful if boldlj worked through AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb 18) Discipline youi self to add to resources instead of ex pending money casually If vou cast about almost any line of either career or hobby offers opportunity for extra earnings PISCES (Feb 19-March 20) Whatever conditions trou- ble vou should be brought into the open for a complete review Give everybody concerned a chance to declare himself give all the benefit of doubt (1973, The Chicago Tribune) Ask Andy FIRST MATCHES Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Kathie Harris, age 11, of ElFrida Arizona lor her question When were the first maches invented? Nobody knows when the first person learned how to strike a spark to light a camp- fire But it must nave happen- ed many thousands of years ago Strange to say, the original invention was not much improved until about a couple of centuries ago Nobody came up with anything like our modern matches until the 1820s What's more, these first chemical matches were very smelly and far from depen dable Nowadays, we strike a match in a moment with no trouble at all But in pioneer days, our neat chemical matches had not been invented Then many people used a flint and steel gadget to strike a spark and it often took half a hour to light a fire This method of striking sparks was in vogue for ages before anyone thought of something better Scouts, of course, know that it is possible to light a camp fire by rubbing two dry sticks together The rubbing is fric- tion and friction creates warmth Eventually, the rubb ing of dry sticks creates enough warmth to ignite a pile of dry leaves and start a campfire A modern match also works by friction, but chemicals are used to do the job in a jiffy The first effort to graduate from flint and steel tinder box was made in the 1780s Fric- tion was not used in these ancestral matches Instead, a small strip of twisted paper was tipped with phosphorous Since this hot-tempered chemical ignites in the presence of oxygen, the paper twist was sealed in a glass tube When somebody wanted a light the tube was broken the oxygen in the air rushed in and united with the phosphorous to start a fiery flame It was invented in France in 1781 and called the phosphoric candle or the eternal match Five years later it was sur- passed by an Italian invention called the pocket luminary (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co 1973) by Charles schulz ssssssii III ABNER by al capp YOU PROMISED ME. WE'D tOL ALONE IGNORE. HIM HE OUST LATCHED WANNA ON TO GOTO BED.V AH'M TARD- I DONT CARE WHAT VOU PO-WE'RE <5OIN' A CHARMIN YOUNG BROAD IS HERETO 6EEYA-; CAIW'T DANCE- TH'WAY WE TANGLED URYOLL HAFTA USE ONE BLONDIE Mllb yuUIR' BYE BYE, KAREN--I HAVE TO MASJG UP MOW DOW T TELL ME VOUVE BEEN TO HER ALL. DAY' BEETLE BAILEY by mort walker 5OMEBODV LEFT ELECTRIC YOU KNOW WHOSE JT IB? HAGAR THE HORRIBLE by dik browne Trans-Canada Telephone System 90 TMlMK IT'S LATE FOR AN ARCHIE by bob montana Frankly, your long distance business calls may be costing your much. JUG WAS AT THE PARADE WITH HIS NEW REFLEX CAMERA BUT HE COULDN'l SFE OVER THE SO I TOLD HIM TO SHOOT HOLDING IT OVER HIS HEAD, LIKE NEWSMEN DO' OH, GREAT YOU I GOT A MAKE V DOZEN NICE SHOTS Hi AND LOIS company But you can change all that, starting right now! During the day you can save money by making DIRECT DISTANCE DIALING a business economy policy, rather than calling person to person. And after 6 p.m. most DDD calls can save you even more. Dial Direct calls go at the low station-to-station rate, and save you a lot of time in the bargain. Even if you only make a few long distance calls, the savings can add up to dollars a month. Why not have an ACT Service Adviser conduct a DDD seminar for your staff in your office? It need only take 20 minutes. But it can make a difference to your company's phone bill! DITTO'S ISN'T TIMING SEEMS TO BE OFF TOPAV, THIRSTY SOMEHOW HE MANAGES TO HICCUP IN THE MIDDLE OF EVERY HIC 1 7-2. O eto FRANK AND ERNEST TEMPORARILY OUT OF ORDER iEAVE YOUR NAME ADDRESS AW MHO Will BE JO YOU BUGS BUNNY DIAL SAVINGS DIRECT IT'S SOOP T' see YA, PETUNIA! I DONT SET MANY CUSTOMERS WHEN IT'S RAININ' LIKE THIS! 4.ATEK... YAVE TRIEP ----------'ON 30 PAIRS! ISN'T THERE ANYTMNG YA I JUST CAN'T MAKE UP MY MINPJ HMMM! :5 WHAT POYOU KNOW. .IT'S STOPPED RAINING' ;