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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE HSRAID Solurdoy, Apnl OL By JEAN6 DIXON SUNDAY, AI'lUl. 1 Your hirilulny Uxl.iy: OJXMIS confusing form n u I e year, in which a lol that hap- pens from sources and people beyond your reach or control. You me luckier when you spend less time fighting for petty and more Lime improving your skills. Emotional lies lake sudden tvirns. provide much to men- tion later. Today's natives re- ly on n very nctivc hiLmlioji, frequently get involved in more aclivilies than 11 can bamllc1. that ncixl nlieiilion nml COITCC- I keep II tluit way. Family, dose CK.MIM (.May 21 rriciuls offer surprises. lio-, With so ways of mtcrprcl- (.May 21 June i m.inco includes paradox. today's work, Mml some Home life and' sleady SCOIU'lO (Ocl. Nov. nirthoil lo side slip squall- ales offer (he best milieu [01-i Su-anscrs come lo nllcnlion. of- i blcs lliey may wi-seri. satisfaction this Sunday. Pur siiil of dramatic adventure, ro- I mnnce? Ls not favored. CAXCICIl [June 21 July Cond in ton thus create chaos. Yon anrt others are unusually jiciisiLLVC, so have a care ivhal you say. MHO (July Aug. Kx- pcot people to bo busy in tbrir own ways, 50 give time, and at- tention io your own welfare. Do fcr helpful perspective, perhaps I ('.ANC'C- Mum' 21 July benefit, hut are net to nLtciiliou to your health b? penniltcd lo divide you and j ;LS caie; recognise an old your mate. hnbii as no longer helpful. As- SAdlTTAJlll'S (Nov. Sociatcs have tensions you I'M ONLY RE API MS ONE DORP A PW.THiYl DON'T TELL ME HOW TO READ "WAR ANP If there's a way to pro- voke others, you'll find it is in your well intended efforts. in o v c s arc easily C'.Vl'ltlCOHN (Dec. 22 Jan. Thoualit for Ihe fulure. i results. Intends are sen- sitive to subtleties, i AQl'AHIUS (Jan. 20 i Discussion ROCS beyond -MUKS (Miircli 21 -April j somolliing to better your horn? should temper your Being alone and self adequate J situation. i Ir.lclIreUial pursuits virld dra- is enough of a goal for the day. VIIICO CAnp. 23 Sept. 221: Begin your part LJI community .Seek quiet, solitude if it is con- activity cnrlv, got done mul out venienl. Nolwrty Ins a v c i1 y it promptly. smooth surface1 for the moment. TAURL'S (April ?n Mav 2in: nnd prayer go tGRClher. vour shai'c. ualinly lif'.cn LlllHA (Sept. tu-i, rather tli.in push Thoit- arc Wiiai bcains as n pleasant nuhcr ll-.an Irving to sclllc is- I'-von body nround you is ui a ncverlhelcEs un- sltoiild let l.KO (July AUK. Pride may hinder your gelling the help and advice you need, but in turn, you somebody somclhini! sifiruficant. Let infui- linn lead you VllUiO (AuK. 2.1 yosi care alxml fill ifp your time so thcre.'s hardly any roncrLiinjLy for Give you can, nsk your chosen subject. Shire lung m relnnl. or a .iioocf show w ilh (ricnds I.ini.A -.1 __ Ihan Irving manv details of vour own slfairs dav needs care and eonrtav to i-isCF.S (Fch. in TUMBLEWEEDS-Dy Tom K. Ryon March Concentrate on self improve- men1, doing r.o more Hinn a norm si share in leadinp the many activities. planning includes a C1C55 1111- rmxioly exists; even mi- nor decisions con- SC'OUPK) (Ocl. Nov. 2O: Dcsoilc impractical idens P'.K from BLONDIE-By Chic Young can get attcnUou (urlhcy im (ho b.d- worllw of develop- from llosc (urlhcy im (ho b.d- j tier, Sppcuhtivo action 1s nn- By The Cliicnjjn Trilninc) Buried oil pools Andy .soiuls ,T complete 2J- sL-t "f Hie licwk Kneychippdi.! to Chris lino Jonns. Ki. of fur her question: Dors buried nil rvrr lo tliR Tins is a very lodc.nl ques- tion. We expect h c the buoyant oil scops to Ihc surffice and comes in conhicrl the air. IL is, of course, n mixture of simi- lar to llic bioclicmicnls in living cells. Sonic o[ these ingredients arc light and volatile. Th c y earth's oil to seen In Ihe sur- j quickly evaporate inid go ofl face, because il is onii of Lhe inlo Ihc air. Others follow aud many light. weight j tlie residue becomes thicker, much more hunyant that! the I In time, Ihc only ingredients crucial rocks. a lefi behind are. tacky lars. chance, lighter suhsUinces nnt- Tlie deposits of Vono- urally seep ov float ab.ive denr- i zuela n-ere formed from pet- er m.ilerials. Mo.sl petroleum rolcum seepages. So was Ihe reservoirs arc lar pit near Trinidad in tiic Car- scaled lliore dense lay- ers of rctk, B.iL in sonic places the rocks above are cracked or thin. There I lie oil does indeed seep to His surface. Most petroleum is deep underground hcc.'usc it had to rcniJiin umlislruucd for; many millions of years, Gcolo- j gists suspect, that it i.s a fossil residue from ancient marine plants and animals. Small crea- tures formed deposits of oozy slime on tlie ocean doors and later tlicsc were buried by cms- tal upheavals. Heat, pressure .ind ages of lime caused chemi- cal changes nnd the primeval fossils bccnme petroleum. It seems likely thai the mix- ture had to be processed deep underground, sealed from con- tact with the air. While left un- disliuijcd, it hail no chance to seep through the dense rocks above it. But the earth's crust is known for its restless upheavals. No dmibt in the past, buried oil deposits expos- ed when cnisiaj fcrmaUons were changed by earthquakes n n tl mountain making. And what happered in the rojiiote past. can be repealed in more re- cent times. We know of several places Tvhere. the rocks above oil de- posits are weak and thin. There MONDAY, APRIL 3 Your birthday today: Open.s a year of direct action toward your goals, but a sustained measure is needed to avoid too many side issue .s. Mater- ial welfare improves i re- lo nlmosl any effort. Emotional exprcs s i o n bo- ccnios more vivid as the year p tigresses. Today's natives have hearty p.ppc'ik's, strong specializexl personal AHIJCS (March U April ID1: If yon have a poinl lo make, rlo iL now, with deliberate intent. Avoid irrclevancies, ities. There's litlle free dialogue family. TAl'ItUS (April 21 May TIT to get backing if you have ready to present; ibbean. Similar oil seepages also formed deposits ot gilson- ito and uintaitc in Colorado am) oihprwlse financial changes can Utah In fact, all the world's "'alt- Group funds seem shorter asphalt, piU'h and tar prod- tnan cxpccled nets ere formed hv sucfi oil tn work. SAGlTTAKIliS (Nov. Smous riiscuFsiou is Pi- most certain lo bo the main item in your program. Be sure you're right as you explore. Plan nn an unusual hvist. CAPRICORN (Drc. 11 .Ian. Where you co-cp'jra- tion there may .still be some reservation. Take nobody for granted ns you present definite reasons for every move. Avoid rush. AQUAR1VS fJan. 2n Fi-h. Any flaw in your plans will show mi now. Tac'.ful ncRolia- tion will fct lime for cotrnc- tionp; stretch yourselC lo make Lhem. PISCES IH March Get to Lhe point, accept a show- down nmongst relatives, n c f done with it. You may have to balance private affairs with ex- Ira work. (1072: By Tlir Chicago Tribune) OME J A GS HS-Gl MOrarJiNGS jusr SEEM TO UP v_ NOW WHEN HE COMES TO HE'LI- BE AWAKE ---5 BEETIE BAlLEY-By Mori Walker The most famous one la the l.a Rrca tar pit that belongs to 1 I.os Angeles. It has boon there since llic ice ages, acting as a hooby I rap to catch unwary animals. Their fossiled bones were preserved in the Rummy Lar nnd now us a picture ff what prehistoric animals once roamed the neighborhoods. parties g it Uy DAVE McINTOSH OTTAWA ICP) There's no stampede to nominate can- didates in the next, federal eleolion, whenever it is. There are 261 seats in the Commons and the four main parlies so far have not gener- ally nominated candidates in BY CHARLES H. GORKN 1T77: BT Tta CkjtinTritxntt] WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. As Soutn vulnerable. you hold: A K i AASSfi-'il The bidding has proceeded: South North East 1 A T'ass I T A 2 Pass 2 Pass What Ho you bid now? q, As South vulnerable, you hold: A AK fi AQ S 2 AQ 7 J 8 3 The bidding has proceeded M'esl Norlh Kast Soulh I'aii I'ass L A What do you bid? Q. 3 Neither vulnerable, as you hold; Today the oil seepages at La Drea look somewhat like moist puddles on (he ground, just as they did in ages past. When animals mistok them for wal- i or, they were trapped in gum- my lar. The fossil remains of; saber toothed (ipcrs. Riant I mjrc [han orjC-fiflh of these sloths ann hears aiid other ex- ridings tinct animals have been cvnc-: ,fhe Ncw Democratic Parly leads the field tl the moment with 57 candidates officially put in the running. The Conservatives have nominated 54, the Liberals aboul the same some provinces have nol yet reported their exacl numbers Social Credit six, but that's the total for Quebec only, Spokesmen (or all parties describe election preparations as normal, with no extraordi- nary activity, A Social Credit spokesman siiid a candidate receives more publicity if he is nomi- nated after rather than before the election dale is set. lay himself open to R charge of bailing out under attack. Evrn under (his minis! cr provoca- vatcd. Many specimens arc on display at (he lar pils where so many crcalures met their doom. Questions asnoa uy of Herald renders should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box ;55, Hunlington BeacB, California B2GI8. (Copyright Chronicle) Publishing Co. 1912) GOREN ON BRIDGE The bidding has proceeded: North East South I A Pat! 3 A Pass 4 O Pan 4 y Pass 5 Pasi Wnal do you bid Pass 2 J- rut 3 A Pass What rio you hid nnw? Q. vulnerable, aj South you hold: OAK 8 4.A1063 The bidding hns proceeded: .South West North Kast 1 Pass I A Pass 2 A Pass 2 NT Pass What kind of molion at the start of the daily sil- ting. Homer (PC -Crow- fool i recently suggested IhnL .Speaker I.amoiircLix wns limiting rjucations on some subjects, and Mint 'ie would nol want lo Mm Speaker Uonv (he Speaker maintained i his cairn. STILL KKSI'ONSIBU-; "T would suggest to (lie hun- orable member that I am i quite prepared lo take my rc- sponsibililics al all he 3 told Mr. Horncr. There has hecn speculation Mr. Lamourcu.x may he named an ambassador, a Su- preme Court justice or even the next governor-gcncra'. However, it is understood that he is nol counting on anything but a return to liis Cornwall law praclicc. Prime Minister Trudcau is expected to accept the Chinese invitation to visit Pe- king and other centres in China, Informants say he will go to China after the next election Lhe Liberals arc re- elcclerl. He has already been to China privalely. Wilh his trav- elling companion, Jacques He- be rl, he wrote a hook about the trip called Two Innocents in Red China. Defence Minister Edgar Benson has informed the Commons Hint there arc slill 121) reserve army regiments in existence. The smallest is tlie New- foundland service battalion has i with 32 members, the largest the 1st Nova Scotia High- landers willi Total strength is JS.572, II'L ABNER-By Al Capp tea fust dogpotcher ever to e his poTrsonal hand ___oKbya natcheral-born ProsidonCo' LlTYciu-nited SEE.'.'-HER. UMMISTAKADLEJ THEM'S TH'OPFISHLJL VOKUM FAMBI-V SOCKS. NTO THE COCKO -S THhV BJN HAWDED HUNDREDS OP YEARS DOVM f-'UM FOOV TO FOOT TO' GENERATIONS- PP.ES1 IN PEKING KONC (Hculcr) A U.S. Black Pantlier flelcKaLion visilirig Poking had n fricndh cfinvorsaliun Mor.day wilii KrnR Piao, a member nf Iho centra) committee of tlie Cbincsc I muni.'.t party, the Chinn news agency ic-portcj T It o agency said [no IJlack Panlhci1 dcloKation was headed by Its- morfl Hewitt and Kmory Doirg- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana THIS CAME FOR, HIM PROBABLY THE BY fcX- LAST BIG SNOW-I PRESS' HAS LOST HIS SHOVEL AH.' A SHOVEL.' I 1DLD HIM TO HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne WELL. WAIT TILL HE FINDS OUT WHAT IT SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Ncc.1 ;