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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December 23, 1972 THE tETHBSIDOE HtJtAlD 23 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, DEC 21 Your birthday today: Pre- pare to move up in changing, perhaps much clearer cir- cumstances later this year. Nothing comes smoothly. To- itay's natives are cautious, i arr- many owl things lid not much: lime to dothem ening nours some confu- frequently to such an excess that they need lively friends to help counteract it. aging vour competitive irapul- Energy is available, along with a backlog of routine and half- sion. finished work to use it up. SCORPIO rrjct. 23 Nov. Travel, should be done i Make the best of your spurt AQUARIUS (Jan. caution. o! interest, excitement. Ung- Take a vacation from thought OKMIM '.May 21-Juoe long on spot. doss about finances and getting ad- vVha-.e-.eT you ar favors from now comes to you con I TUMBlEWEEDS-By Torn K. Ryan AMIKS (March 21-April Re up and about, bright and early, do yo'.'r full share in com- munity rituals and customs. You carry more responsibility today. TAL'RL'S (April 20-May Meeting nev; people or seeing fcrr.iliar associates in a sur- prising nev.' light is normal for, this day of discovery. GEMINI 'May 21-lune Keep on pursuing yesterday's goats. Tne steady pace you can keep will bring abundant re- sults, with patience. CANCER (June 21-July This is one occasion to stay at home to share local excitement. You'll never get it straight by hearing about it. I.EO (.luly 23 Aug. The quieter, the belter as any i who arc able to give isirterably enlarged, but of the i same ki.o-f. Pace your efforts to avoid fatigue. f.'ANCKIl (June 21-July (lifferer.ces, you can get new LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22j: ones started with needless com- nobody matters v.hat to have. '.July 23 Aug. Ma- s'iccess is prornise'I in the fin.-; rrjar.euvfers of your ca- reer effort. Get on with what most imcortant to you. S.W.LL SPIRIT OP CHRISTMAS IS (JIVING! I TALK TO TE.LS ME WHAT THEY WANtl-WKAT THEY GOTTA HAVE! 8LONDIE-By Chic Yourg O.'.ifides'.ial B r r a n g ernents re-sets. explanations now r-an become tignifi- asbs for. lard to change later. Ev- MiriZ By The Chicago Tribune) firm announcement provokes I Taper off exertions, make this. dissent or inspires competitive easy holiday of real peace. plaas hv everj'body involved. VIRGO (Aug. 2-1 Sept. Being placid is simple to say but not easy to achieve in this rush- ing v.ind-up season. Kt-ep things uncomplicated. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. YO-J are more than apt to feel .vjmev.-hat crowded v.ith all the jx.ople moving frJt of their ac- Prayer and roc-dilation dicated a.s essential. GKMINI (May 21-.Iune Keeping the holiday means letting diflerences of opinion and philosophy go unchallenged I. for the momerjt. Get started CANCER (June 21-July Expect very little from Ask Andy Deadly Icebergs rooves of habit, vis-1 body, ES underlying tensions arc iting. i not cancelled by the fact of the SCORPIO 'Oct. 23 Nov. i holiday. You can make it -a Endless discussion clears happy time. 22 j: Your air, f bally, so you know where j I.EO (July 23 Aui; you are with the people around temptation is toward overdo- vou. Kesp at your necessary; ing things, getting excited Sunday routines. or hasty. Travel of even shcci SAGITTARIL'S (Nov. 22-Dtc j duration requires exceptional ft is a hit late for most: care, decisions. Perhaps you've let' VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Since they are massive Ar.dv sends a complete 20- voi'jjna set o! the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Gra- ham DeV.'itt. age 10, of Ss. Catherines, Ontario, for ha q'-eilion: How do icebergs get into the North Atlantic? We hear a log of grim tales ;''rxjTjt these moaners that threaten in the North At- some matters decide them- selves bv procra-stirjation. CAPRICORN (Dr-c. 22 .Ian. You'll be proud of rnan- Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dec. 23, JS72 V.'ake Island, U.S. Navy airfield in the Pacific Ocean, rcrrer.-dered tte Japa--.ese 31 years ago today gallant de- fence by garrison frf marires' ar.d a few dvilian L'.S. t'tops sank five warships and dijrir.g first anri v.er.t 15 bomi> fighting back four aircraft, all Ait- do-ill. CoTirnarxJer ordered sun-en- rer after six of bst with invaders. 1SJ3: R'jssia the fi-ing-squad executions of forrr.er se-'jri'v police ci ief I-a-.Tonty Beria and sorr.e of his aides. IS13: U.S. Federal Re- serve Bank was founded. Joseph Atkinson, publisher '.f the Toronto Star, was born. .Jo-cph pat- erjled Hansorn cab. IS'i.l: Josejyh Smith, er of the v.-as 1771: Mother Mirie ff'Vouville. of the order of dierl in Montreal. Gather family and friends about you, let business cr material cor.cers and the like be forgo'.- ten for the holiday. I LIBRA (Sept. 23 Ocl. Fill your holiday with pleas ant diversions; nothing earned to an excess, or far from your normal pattern of living. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Discretion is today i as you encounter all sorts cf iceix-rg behavior. Your home tends to' rj.ris-.vav thai once belonged t attract visitors you hadn't ._ 400 of them last long enough to drift south oi Newfoundland aad enter the shipping lanes of the North Atlantic. Some sea- sons are worse than and more than may get through. Somewhere east of lar.'j. the Greenland icebergs usually are cap-tured by the warm" Gulf Stream. This ocean current floats them eastward to j the mid-Atlantic, where they melt arid add their fresh water to the sea. BIETIE 8AILEY-By Mort 7, c-huris of P.oating ice, we might expect most of them to skulk One of the worst iceherg sea- arour.d G'Jring the v.inter. But sons was 1912, fe grea: ship actually, most o: the villains j Titanic collided v.ith one of tire lanes dur- j rnorjsters and prcr.'.I the shipping lanes dur- j moiisters and sank. _________________________ ing the summer. This seasonal the risk to shipping is less be- LI'l Ay Copp schedule has a lot to do vrith cause the monsters are watch-1 they come from and j ed hy the International Iceberg I North At- Patrol, with headquarters in i how they get into the Lantie. c-x- i SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. lie. Mind control company in court SAN F'RA.1 .'CISCO rAP; A I dan-iage suit accuses Mind Dynamics Inc. falsely claiming it can teach suh- i scrilxjrs to control their brain i waves if they a S200 MONTREAL (CP) The fed- about! era] Progressive- Conservative party has up a committee to plan an internal reorganization of its Quebec wing aimed at giving the party a better footing 1 in Quebec, Claude Dupras, 21 i member of the new group, says. Mr. Dupras, party organizing chairman in Quebec during the Oct. 30 federal election cam-1 paign, said the temporary com- mittee would handle day-to-day' running of the organization until permanent structures bared on' its recommendations were es-! tablishcd. The committee is io i SHORT RIBS-By Fronk O'Neol Tne bidding has proceeded: North Ksst J NT Pasi What do you bid? Q. As South you hold: Trie bidding has proceeded: West J A 1 NT Pan 2 f Pan What is your opening The .state complaint filed In County Superior Court Mann Ixjard charirman Per.n Patrick and acto-r Cumrnings, vice-president report tn federal party leader i BUGS BUNNY Robert Stanfield by March The c-ommittec-, under chairman Brian Muh-oney, vice- i chiairman of the Quebec organ- izating committee during the for public relations, said Attor- 1 last election, al.w includes party nc-y-General Evelle J. Younger, i organizer Claude Nolin, Caude accuses the cornprsny uniav.fully engag- in practice by i claiming that its training in control increases IQ. eliminates bad habits, 'improves reading speed, re- Hhe Oct. yi vote. pain, speeds the Mr. Stanfield ha.< publicly Wagner, Quebec campaign! leader, Heward Grifftey and i Senator Jacques Flynn. Mr. Wagner and Mr. Grafftey were the only two PC candi-j dates to be elected in Quebec in I of: prr-c-Crss, cures, diseases, im- i pro-.-er, trols i artistic ability and con- blamed "bad organization" (or party's poor showing Quebec in the election. NOW THAT E VVIU. SET TH' Vi'H'KE TRYIN'T'CLOSSTH' JOINT! _ ;