Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Salurdoy, 23, 1972 THE LFIHBRIDGS HWALO 29 Your horoscope The Stone Age Andy sends a complete volume set of the'Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Karen Bryan, age 12, of High Point, North Carolina, for her ques- tion: When did the Stone Age begin? Nowadays, archeologisfs are revising many of their previ- ous ideas stout our early an- cestors. Apparently the old timers had to cope with a world- wide drought that lasted for ages. An up-to-the-minute the- ory suggests that they spent reached when mankind learned to use and then to make tools from stones. Apparently our early ancestors were great tour- ists and travelers. For archeol- their SUNDAY, SEPT. 24 Your birthday today: Cre- ative enterprises bring natu- rally higher rewards once you pass into full mastery, lesser or no rewards it what you do is too far ahead of, popular acceptance. Today's natives are well meaning, often misunderstood. ARIES (March 21-April far-flung No doubt because Uiey depended upon seasonal wild planls and mig- rating animals for their food. ting involved or fatigued. TAURUS (April 20-May i Amidst the turmoil think over recent results to see a pattern GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Modern science can dale fos-1-------.- this time along the margins'of I sils, tools and other evidence 'or guidance m coming ftaan the seas. If further evidence of the Paleolithic period fairly maneuvers. Allow others supports this theory, then the accurately. The Neolithic, or will not falter. ARIES (March 21-April This should be a fairly un- eventuful day with few surpris- e's. It's more productive to share humor with people at a distance. TAURUS (April 20-May Prefer thinking to doing, while keeping room between yourself and those who are contrary. The time is ripe for serious discussions. GEMINI (May 21-June Practical planning pays off, and you can start creative en- terprises. Bids for advancement are favored at present. CANCER (June 21-July Possessions and property claim much of your attention and labor. Find some reason- able stopping poult that leaves no loose ends. LEO (July 23-Ang. Con- firm details of transactions, sign worked out agreements, pick up neglected correspon- dence. You have no excuse for procrastination. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Something you thought Jost may turn up, or an object you didn't want turns out valuable. Edu- cational effort is crucial. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. STRANGE LtTTLB I WISH 1 COULP REAP BlONDlE-By Chic Young BUTJUSTTHESAMB, IP I PONT SET HOME IN TIME, Z'LLBEEATINa CHS EBB FOR DINNER At BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN C- lr m Triklll WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 06 The bidding has proceeded: East South West North 1 0 Bile. Pass 1 Pass 7 What do you bid now? Q. 2-Bolh vulnerable, South you hold: VKQ1082 OKJ7542 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 10 1 A 2 Z A 3 3 A 1 What do you bid now? Q. opens with two spades and you hold: A842 cds or wheelchairs. Imuran has been tried on 17 latients in one controlled study, ;aid Dr. Murray Urowitz, who s conducting studies on an- other 25. "There is no doubt the first ?roup were he said. Improvement began to show up in six weeks and by 24 weeks "big benefits" were visible. The number of inflamed and swollen joints in each patient decreased in number, he said. Pain was eased. STIFFNESS DECREASES They could walk more quick- ly and "morning stiffness' suf- fered for four to six hours daily by most people with ar- thritis, decreased or disappear- ed. The cause of arthritis is not known. Dr. Hugh Smythe of the Well- esley Hospital unit said some researchers believe a virus is the cause. Such a virus could alter cells in the joints, fooling the body's immune system into thinking the cells are foreign and attacking them as it would a bacteria or a transplanted or- gan. That could explain why the transplant drug works for some patients, he said. for past achievements, briefly. Don't rest on laurels get busy now. 1872 By The Chicago Tribune Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS The battle between the American ship Bon Homme Hichanl and the British frigate Serapis took place 193 years ago 1779 the coast of England. It was at this time that John Paul Jones uttered his immortal words: "I have uot yet begun to fight." joined the Baghdad Pact. i g m u n d Freud died. unification ol Saudi Arabia took place. 1 SI planet Neptune was first seen, by German astronomer Johann Galle. first United States baseball club, the Knickerbocker club of New York, was formed. 11FE ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. Edwards HE FELT AN.AGOWZING PAW SHOOT 0V HISUG' THW SCAR OMN f IT WAS THERE TUERf THEY GO AN I POHT WINK. JHEfLL COME PACK TOK AMHUi, I RECKON ICWGO8ACK. TO THE MWF NOW I THE OLD MAN WAS WALKING 0ACKPOW.1 flit TRAIL CET OUT Of KXE TO car Let important people see your virtues, but say nothing of being virtuous. Be concerned with whatever serious work there is to do. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Momentum of past efforts tips the balance on current im- provements. Not a time for strenuous initiative or aggres- sive behavior. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. An early pitch gets you into your work in good shape; persistence carries its own re- ward. You've earned an early rest. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You're on your own today; whatever you gain is from per- sonal efforts, the way you use your previous earnings. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feh. Being generous to people indis- criminately is not always wise. You have a bright intuition about shared resources. PISCES (Feb. 19-March You come in for a round of personal attention, appreciation 111 ABNER-By AI Capp III I THE GIRL 1 LOVE REFUSED X ME.'.' SHE DOESN'TTHINK B AS COM, DEAR- X BUT AS A LOYAL WIFE FROM DOGPATCH I WHOSE HUSBAND WILL, THERE'S AN EVEN STRONGER EMOTION IK1 HER TYPE THAN LOYALTY- "-ANC" I'M OFF TO WASRINGTOM-) ARCHIE-By Bob Montana fir'S. CLOTHINS THAT IS EXACTLY THE. I FOR WEN OR. WOMEN.1 THE FASHIONS ARE SHOWN BY MALE AND RE GOING TO A RftSHION SHOW.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik THEN I GOTTA CLEW OUT THE THE CAR, WAX SOME FLOORS, ANP WEEP THE GARDEN I'D LIKE TO, THIRSTY, etrr i OOTTA Mow THE LAWN, THEN MOVE SOME FURNITURE FOR LOIS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal THE OJEEN HAS IWW6H TlS BE ABU6 BUGS BUNNY GET IN THERE AN'TELL. 'EM TO RUM X-3 SHIFT RI6HT WITH A SUAKP PULL-OUT; TO A S-3-3 PEFENS6 SWITCH TO y-S WITH THE SPLIT ENG> PROPPING BACK AND THE TACKLS KEVINS ON THEIR LINEBACKER!