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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon Ask Andy Tuesday, September 25, 1973 LEfHBRiDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPT 26 Your birthday today Whdtevei lite style you have achieved there are new dimensions and unfamiliar influences coming to bear soon in your daily living Make a habit of assessing your real capabilities reviewing your lesources and praying tor guidance in how best to apply and improve them Relationships tend to be off on tangents requiring care to br- ing them back onto an even keel Today s natives are fastidious and precise ARIES (March 21 April 19) Opposition or resistance con- tinues until vou untangle some ot the results of yesterday and last night Then co-operation begins and you re off on a ditteient tack TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Kxpectmg no particular help or encouragement resolve to get through this heavy day with little comment prac- tical jokes or Hip remarks for the moment please GEMINI (May 21 June 20) oui pet secrets catch up with and vou may as well face the truth (and consequences) Make adjustments and go ahead v. ith the air cleared and a better understanding achieved CANCER (June 21-July 22) In fixing things around the house beware of anv gadget that might overheat Your regular work requires special care as conditions are somewhat less orderlv than usual LEO (July 23-Aug 22) Those who love you are with persuasive efforts onto exter nal contacts those who don t know or the background of what do VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept 22) Beginnings may be made now with caution plan just one sound step and its checking beloie adding another No move in group affairs should be made without full con- sultation LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22) If vou have the tenacity to wait just a bit things turn sharply in your tavor Friends seem moody Leave them to their own devices tor the day SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov 21) f-acts and figures begin to click into place and gam additional perspective Within days long-stalled plans com mence to move Be patient with the needs of others SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22- Dec 21) There are many wavs of scattering energy the likelihood ol disagreement among triends On investments sit this one out Share what you have with those who need it CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 19) Given today s oppor- tunities it should be no great problem for vou to come up with a general solution for whatever vou consider to be wtong with sour immediate localitv AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb 18) Discussions of personal theories are provocative and need care so that you are not misunderstood Avoid ul timaturn like demands The other lei low has the right to be w t ong PISCES (Feb 19 March 20) You gain little or nothing making others face their enors Go vour own way do mg what ou know best how to do and being accurate Bv and the imbalance levels out 1973, The Chicago Tribune Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr Lamb I was par- ticularly interested in your remarks regarding caffeine in relation to coffee You do not mention tea and 1 am wonder ing il there is not as much or even more caffeine in tea as thete is in collee mother and lather were 1 nghsh and both tea diinkers and lived to over 80 does this signilv if ou could toll each and every in dividual in the overweight Moup lor example that he wds going to have a heart at t K k noi c ould vou tell cveivono with low cholesterol love Is that thev were not going to have' one All vou can do is the increased or decreased likelihood as the (cise iiiav be Send jour questions to Dr Lamb, in care ot this new spaper, P O Box 1551, Radio Citv Station New York, N Y 10019 For a copy of Dr Lamb's booklet on cholesterol, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for Cholesterol" booklet BELLBIRDS sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Kntulopedia to Marian Iimlei age 10'.; of Lethbrrdge Alberta for her (luostion What exactly are bellbirds9 Some live in the New World some live on the iai side ol the globe One looks like a clow nish ciow and one reminds vou ol a TV antenna One is as pale as a ghost Some belong to one bud family some belong to another They aie (.died bellbirds because of then lovelv voices Some sound like the tinkling of small silver bells Others join then in choruses that sound like cathedral chimes on can hear them a mile awav When the bellbirds sing people stop ,md listen Usually thev aie out ol sight in the tioetops and their bell-like noles echo fai and wide thiough the forests One of them is the white bellbird also know n as the ghost bird ol the w lute c otmga 1 he Indians ol the River named him the cotinga and the same woid is used to name a whole lanulv ol birds that live in entr.il and South America Most members ol the cotinga Idimlv go in forgaudv colors leatherv ciests and dangling bright wattles Most of them die squavvkers screamers and croaker, Onlv a few hdvc voices that qualify them to be called bellbirds One of these is the black winged bellbird of Trinidad and the not them forests of South He is a brow nish bird with black wings and i coffee colored cap Wattles of llcshv bate skin dangle down from his chin and throdt and he seems to be vvednng a bcdid The three wattled bellbird ol Ccntrd! America has three long ropev wattles that dangle from the top and each side ol his beak When he makes them still stick out like a TV antenna When he joins Ins iclatives in a c hot us that sounds like chim ing bells he tends to gel c.iined awdv and his wattles from side to side I he cotingd bellbirds dine on hurt and perh.ips a lew in sects In and on ne.it islands live othei bollbitds th it belong to a I imilv called the Honev c.itcrs thev live on noc Ihev die rather small buds with long curved bills me! tubuldi tongues for sipp in% (he sweet svrup from the throats of the flowers Their swod voice's sound like little silvci bc'lls I ho c i ested bellbu d lives in (ho wide open spaces ol eMitr.il He is d h.incKomo bud icldtod to the llvcdtcheis His colois die reddish brown dnd and the ciest on his head is a jnoud tuft ol pointed blackish blown leathers This bellbu el keeps to himself and Ins tinging song sounds like big bells booming fiom dll dnections Some ol the most talented bellhuds live in New Zealdnd Several die honev edters But the general Idvonte is the kokdko dli.is the waltled (tow He looks like a glossy black ciow with clownish patches ol blue or orange on Ins cheeks 'Ihis bellbird rate K I lies He scratches on the ytound lot insects and fallen liuit and whc-> I'e his big bell notes ring far and wide1 through the forest (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co 1973) Fun with figures By J A H HUNTER Kach distinct letter in this edsv dddition stands for a par ticular but different digit It all adds up to that vital thing You must get FOOD R ON RON N 0 FOOD b answer Steve haa Apprentice branch won't to shifted JASPER (CP) The Alberta Apprenticeship and Trades qualification branch will remain under the depart ment of manpower and labor Earl Mansfield assistant deputy manpower minister said today Mr Mansfield made the an nouncement at the annual meeting of the Automotive Retailers Association of Alberta The association was concerned about reports that the program may be transferred to the advanced education department GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H GOREN c 1973, The Chicago Tribune Neither vulnerable North deals NORTH A K 105 Q? Q 10 9 1 5 4 0 Void A J3 2 WEST AQ98732 C EAST 4 AKJ6 10 98732 Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Sept 25, 1973 King Harold defeated an invading Danish armv under Harald Hardradaat Stamford Bride 907 years ago to day in 1066 and hurriedly marched his Saxons southward to face theNormands who were landing on the Channel coasl Nineteen days later he was wounded at Hastings and Willidm the Conqueror took ovei the English Crown 1915 Batlle of Loos began 1911 French battleship Liberte exploded at Toulon killing 285 1789 US Congress passed Bill of Rights 1690 Benjamin Harris published Publick Oc curences first American printed newspaper in Boston where it was immediately suppressed 1513 Vasco Nune? de Balboa becdme the firsl Euro pean to sec the Pacific South 20 3 NT West 24 Pass King of some across the 0 Q4 SOUTH 4 A J6 82 O A K J 6 5 1086 The bidding North East 1 V Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead A field of .teams from length and breadth of North America entered the Grand National team champion- ship, eventually won by the Florida team of William Seamon, Robert Sharp, Russ Arnold, Richard Pavlicek, Jim Beery and Jane Jae- ger Their victory earned them a place in the playoff to determine North Ameri- ca's representatives in next year's World Team Champi- onship This hand came up in their semifinal match against a New England team North's opening bid is a trifle weak, but he did want to pass a fair hand with a six-card major suit Thereafter, nothing could keep South, who had a full opening bid, out of game And indeed he would have made his ambitious three no trump contract had not West Richard Pavlicek, made a superb defensive play The opening lead was won by dummy's ace and de clarer was faced with a communications problem Since he did not want to cross to his hand with the ace of spades, he elected to lead a low heart from the table East won the jack and returnea a club, declarer playing the ten and West winning with the queen The defender continued with the nine of clubs, dummy's jack winning Another heart was led to East's king, and he exited with a diamond Declarer won the king and led a low spade, intending to finesse the ten He would then force out the ace of hearts, and that would set up three heart tricks while the king of spades was still in dummy to serve as an entry Unfortunately for the best- laid plans. West was well aware of the situation In- stead of routinely playing second hand low, he inserted the queen of spades, and de- clarer was a gone goose He could win in dummy with the king and establish his heart tricks, but there was no way to get back to dum- my to enjoy them Even tho the queen of diamonds dropped on the second round of the suit, declarer could make no more than eight spades, 'three diamonds and two clubs WHERE UlLLkfW 1 SLEEP MILE HOU'RE AT CHUCKS 1 6UE5T ROOM, OF COURSE.' ROOM CHUCK'S PAP 15 A PARSER BARBERS ARE RICH. ONCE 5C16SOKSANP HOUR ARE PAlP FOR, THE REST ALL PROFIT! by charles schulz I DON'T THINK KNOW MUCH SHORT RIBS by frank o'neal IcLL ME DOC- CAH MAKE AN OLP TlKEP PANCE HALL GlKl LOOK yYOUNS AND BLONDIE by chic younp WE L.L BOTH HAVE THE DIET UUMOJEOM SPAGHETTI AKJD MEATBALLS SPAGHETTI WITH MEATBALLS ISWTA DIET LUMCHEON' FIT MAKES US FEEL BETTER TO CALL IT THAT WHAT DO T YOU CARE1? BEETLE BAILEY by mort walker NDI6 ADITOT 5ARSE ''AND BE SURE TO IT IF V0U WANT A JOB DONE DO IT BEETLE Tl-lE HAGAR THE HORRIBLE by dik browne I PEMAMP AiMOThlER VOTE ARCHIE THEY TELEVISED THE RIVERDALE I GAME AN D ARCHIE WAS IN IT OFFSIDE TWICE, ONE FUMBLE, AND TACKLED BEHIND HIS GOAL by bob montana IT WAS DURING A THE J HI AND LOIS by dik browne DITTO, COMB YOUR HAIR BEFORE I GET TIRED OF THIS EVERY MORNINS TUMBIEWEEDS THE 6UY WHO INVENTS PERMANENT- PRESS HAIR WILL MAKE A BUNDLE MY YOU'RE THROWIN'TriE PANQUETJ WHY NOT YOUR _ 15 AT f OR TttE CHIEF'S R.5.V.P- DON'T MESS WITH THAT'S TARA LEGOFF, THE LADV WRESTJ-EP..'.' NO LADIES ALLOWED WITHOUT ESCORTS- by al capp HA" OUT WITH 1 ANOTHER, I'M NOT OUT WITH HER, SWEETIE-HE WAV 1 WE'RE TANGLED UP, I HAD TO COME, k -KEEPIMG