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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _SatuiJoy, S.pterMwr SO, 197S THf irlHBSIDOl HWAUJ 28 An ounce? Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stud- dents Encyclopedia to John Holcbmb, age 10, oE Santa Maria, California, for his question: Is there really an animal called an ounce? Oh yes there is such an ani- mal, though his name has noth- ing to do with how much he weighs. He is a large member of the cat tribe. But the rare and beautiful creature is sel- dom seen, even in zoos. Some people call him the onz, so as not to confuse him with the ounce which is one sixteenth of a pound. Others call him the snow leopard and others cal him the irbis. But hardly any body ever gets a chance to cal him anything to his face. Your horoscope The beauteous ounce likes t keep to himself. He lives hig up on the snowy Himalaya mountains, where even daring climbers seldom go. Those Today in history who call him the snow leopard are somewhat mistaken. True IB is about the same size as a eopard. He has a long leop- ard-type tail and his fur is spec ded with leopard-type spots 3ut experts who know tell us hat he is rot really a true leop- ard. However, there is no mis ake about the fact that th ounce is a big cat. Lynxes, persian house cats and several smallish wild cats have long fluffy fur. But the lions, tigers and other big cats wear short, smooth fur though the male lion has a long- ish, shaggy mane. The ounce is different. He is the one big cat with long, silky fur like the coat of a persian kitten. Its background color is creamy cc pale silvery grey. His large leopard type spots are black and rather blurred. They cover his whole body, his legs ant paws and even his long, furrj tail. His eyes are big and bright, blue or smokey grey. Truly the ounce is a beauty But because he lives in such a lonely part of the world, hardl: anybody gets a chance to ad mire him. scientists have not been able to learn much about his home life, though they tell us that he feeds on rabbits and hares, on wild sheep and mountain goats. Once in a SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1 Your birthday today: Avo- cations, hobbies, art for its own sake tend to crowd out routine work, however you feel it is needed for income- production. Relationships are rich and varied. Today's na- tives have courage, high po- tential for science, letters, politics. By THE CANADIAN PHESS Canada was elected to the United Nations Security Council 25 years ago today in for a two-year term to fill one of three vacancies thai would occur at the end of the year. The two-year terms o Australia, Poland and Brazi were due to expire. 1963 The federal republic o Nigeria was proclaimed. 1953 Montreal's McGill Unl versity announced that it hac developed a radar system for early warning against air at- tack. 3950 The Canadian dollar was freed to find its own level, a situation that was to continue for 12 years. 1M4 The port of Calais was captured by Canadian troops. 1029 The first BBC televis- ion broadcast took place. ARIES (March 21-April Make a timely appearance for the customary Sunday observ- ances. You find yourself swept along in a whirl of unusual so- cial contacts. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) The energy that comes today s for constructive application no time getting as th things you really want todo. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) fresh attractions compete wit suddenly deepened understanc ngs as the whole social setu ;lows with romance and in rigues. CANCEE (June 21 July Although finances are not of- ten appropriate subjects for Sunday study, now is a time in which special insight is avail- able to you. LEO (July 23 Aug. Catch up on family matters even tho this may be more strenuous than you'd like. So- cial contacts are important to your career. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) Among the formalities, there are openings for personal ex changes which can lead to im proved work situations later. By JEANE DIXON Getting rid of an annoy- nce in nearby surroundings nvolves more than you esti- mate. Be sure you can do the whole job. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Consultations are the 'lain hings to do this pleasant Sun- day. Seek out the experts in your set of people, pose your questions. RIGHT, LET'S WE'RE HKfiTOCWTOTWTO EVAUIAT6 OUR PERFORMANCES ON STAND A LITTLE IMPROVEMENT, EACH OF I'S CAN LEARN SOMETHING IF UIEXE WILLING 70 ACCEPT CRITICISM... 1072 By The Chicago Tribune MONDAY, OCT. Z while, in northern India, an ounce is captured. They say he aecomes a charming pet, as gentle and friendly as a cute little kitten in a pet shop. Some experts suspect that Mother Nature gave all the cats warm, furry coats and ex- pected them to snowy climates. live in cold, But cats, as we know, have minds of their own. Besides which, they in- sist on being as comfortable as possible. Ages ago, their an- cestors left the frosty places where they were supposed to live. The lynxes and bobcats may still live in the wintry north woods. Sometimes our handsome puma wanders into the snow country. But lions, tigers and other big cats refuse to budge from the warm trop- ics. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) Be resolute and of high spirits Friends open the way for you into fresh pastures, pleas an associations, temptations. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) In putting forth your best to the good of your community you attract favorable common and possible future career con- nections. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Fill the day with social ac- tivity once you've done your share of Sunday services. There are many waiting for your opinion. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Today begins a peculiar cycle of development, in which bring in additional Your biiidhay today: Thinking your way thru problems is a complex chal- lenge; all to gain, much to lose. Those who progress with you build deep relation- ships. Today's natives get what they want, the problem being mainly one of selecting something simple or feasible as a goal. ARIES (March 21- April You have good will and co- peration near at hand, and he chance of finding out de- ails of distant affairs that do concern you. TAURUS (April 20-May Jather your people for a coun- cil on how to improve matters, and posessions should be put into order, some raded or sold. GEMINI (May 21-June Experiments will succeed, es- pecially if you concentrate on a few important changes, Ro- mance has surprises, most of them beneficial. CANCER (June 21-July New methods run counter to your habits but bring solution to puzzles that had eluded you Review your progress, revis plans. LEO (July 23-Aug. Pro- ject good humor, let othe people help run the show. Yo have errands, correspondence serious study of new materia' TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan THIS MONTH THE COVETEP PLACK TEATHEK MOST UNSOPHISTICATED THAT VASSAL OF VAPIPITVi THAT TOOTHY TIW OFTORPIPITY! tIMPIf INPIANOFTHEMONTHi to attend to. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) significant contacts some sideline for consideration. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Movie director thinks public wants sex films NEW YORK (Reuter) Brit- ish film director Ken Russell said on his arrival here he is convinced the public wants sex and violence in films. "They tell us the public wants family films Rus sell said on. his arrival aboar< the liner France. "I did The Boy-Friend and nobody came to see it. What the public wants is sex and violence." The one exception is the ounce. He became used to the snowy cold on the high Hima- layas and his children never left home to find -warmer cli- mates. In fact, tlus is one rea- son why the ounce is seldom kept in a zoo. Our weather is much too warm for him and he soon dies. Though zoo keepers know that the handsome fellow is gentle and tame, they refuse to take a chance on risking his life. Questions ssitefj chlTfncn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington BeacU, California 92648. 'Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1072) Employees cause job proble m GOREN ON BRIDGE What do you bid now? THORNBURY, Ont. (CP) Unemployment figures are raised in Alberta and same areas of Ontario by people whc earn enough for 10 months ol the year and then apply for unemployment insurance, Agri- culture Minister 11. A. Olson says. This mean the problem was not employment but the em ployees. However, Mr. Olson told political campaign meeting it i important that all of Canadi Being near home base seem essential for now. Get technics help for any- question beyond your immediate power to cor- rect. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Reality comes in odd or bi- zarre combinations. Waste time wondering; seize a pass- ing advantage, taking older people with you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Forthright action, even without full information, brings results. Mnancial moves need special ttention, may yield extra re- ults. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Education is the main rontier now. New business contacts are promising; settle- ments, financial moves are bet- er postponed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Do your work so that it comes to full attention, includ- ng changes you have prepared. Martial and partnership agree- ments are firm. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Fen. Nature is your best guide, with more listening and learning on your part than di- recting and tea.-hing. Young people lead the way. PISCES (Feb. ID-March The most direct path to sue- BY CHARLES II. GOREN e im Chlcjio Tribonl WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: Wert North East South Pan 10 1 2 Pass Z O Pass What do you bid now? ft. 2 Neither vulnerable, us South you hold: VA1054 OAKQ105 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 0 Piss 1 A Pass What do you bid nowl 3-Both "vulnerable, -as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 tlblc. Pass 1 0 What do you bid TOW? 0. As South, vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: North East Soiit'u West 1 Pass 3 Pass 3 Pa" Your partner opens with one no trump. What is your response? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4K1074