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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wtdntsefoy, Dtttrrb.r 27, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, DEC. 28 Your birthday today: Be- gins a time of healthy self- expression. You may find that you've changed your pur- poses in life without much thought, as tho it happened naturally. Today's natives are individual in their tastes, sometimes forceful, often gift- ed in the arts. Much useful insight can be had I lively, can be chaotic. Stable from checking neglected rec- ords, stodes from distant places, old friends and their stories. TAURUS (April 20 May Traditional approaches family arrangements arc a lit- tle quieter, more fun. CANCER (June 21-Juiy Holding the status quo in home life and family affairs is an achievement in itself today, and have their uses and reasons for a verv satisfying one, at that being. The main factor is doing the best work possible. GEMINI (Mav 21-Jane ARIES (March 2l-April attachments LEO (July 23 Aug. Be sure an innovation is practical as well as interesting. Asking a r e questions brings you interesting for immediate use. past formal choice. There's no point in being defensive. Your persuasive powers are near peak. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. A disagreement might be- come permanent with almost no effort. Investments are bet- ter in plans than execution for the moment. i CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. i I JUST ttU A6AM 5TBN60F PEARLS RK CHWSTMA5- I DIP NOT GIVE WO A STR1N6 OP PEAftS FOR CHRISTMAS, 1'LU SAY VU VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept Take the time to check -what Ask Andy nonesseoiials. Try collecting what is due you. Optimism is contagious. TUMBLEWfEDS-By Tom K. Ryan ANE? FELUW POOHAWKS, A FBV WORKS PROM THE CANPI7ATES FOR CHJCfl FIRST: THE Livable planets Andv sends a complete 20- I beyond Neptune, Pluto and. the! masses of meteors that orbit j I around the outer rim of our i j you bear the details may be j AQUARIUS {Jan. 20-Feb. I outdated, and you need a second j YOU are in for a few intellectual j j opinion on most technical sub- j surprises now some of them j j favorable. Fresh sources of in- J LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Ai formation have promise. moment of temper or repisai PISCES (Feb. 19-March i could upset progress moment-1 Accept an invitation only after j arily. Travel or tinkering tends you have given it some thought, encounter difficulties. j consider what would happen a SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. j little further along the way. volume set of the Merit Stu- i Solar System. From here to j Consult authorities, register a (1972 Bv The Chicago Tribune) dents Encvlopedia to Karen (there is somewhat more BLONDlE-By Chic Young dents Encylopedia to Karen Mstbews. age Maine, for her question: Will we ever find another liv- able planet? This is very likely to bap- pen, but not in the near future. From what we know at pres- 1 there is somewhat more than of Portland. I million miles or about. times longer than a voy- i age to the moon. At the ec of the Solar System, we are the shores of the vast ocean of outer space. In every direction there are gej Birdwatcher Schlesinger at I C? will watch CIA cost-soar ent, the other planets of our stars. separated by enormous j Solar System are unfriendly to- i distances that make our lunar j WASHINGTON (CP) Spy- r of the few ambassadorships! ward the sort of living things voyages jook like grasshopper i ing is a big, growing business j Nixon could have got for Helms we are used to oa the earth. jumps._ Here we measure dis- 1 and the United States spends an j because oi the CIA's unwelcome But scientists are becoming i tance in light years, each one j estimated 55 billion a year for j image in most countries. that to six millioa-miliioa its intelligence more and more convinced gathering CIA is generally credited with oceans of space there are est neighbor. ;Some_ S.6_ light i as the new director of flae Cen- j restored the present shah to his fn KO nrVcAf irn-aXio vesrs in another direnticBi isifrsl Acww tVrmna bound to be other livable plan- j years in another direction is I tral Intelligence .Agency. throne. ets suitable fee earthlings." But j another near neighbor, Srius. j Hardly a James Bond type the search for them must wait! the dazzling Dog Star. j until we master long distance Other starry'suns in our COTS- j BEETLE BAILEY-By Moit Walker i who chases beautiful women in hours, Schlesipger is an space travel i er of the universe are 100, 200 j academic by training i and. even 300 or more light i watches birds. Let's recall the severs! fac- j years away. Even if we could j A pipe-smoker, whose necktie Unlike through Helms, who rose intelligence ranks, Schiesinger is a former ecooom- who i ics professor with no announced experience in cloak-and-dagger i tors that the earth Sv-j reach them, what are the able, that is from our point of view. Cte bodies are accustom- ed to its size and gravity aad built to withstand so-mucn-aEd- chances of finding ones that have planets? Astronomers sus- pect that most of the 100 bil- lion stars in our Galaxy may no-more solar beat, which de- have families of orbiting plac- pends to some extent on our j ets. Almost certainly, here and there we would find another solar system that has oce liv- able earth-type placet distance from the sun. We are used to a placet with oceans of water, a lot of weathery air and a special upper atmosphere to shield us from certain solar radiations. We also depend up- on certain ratios of crustaa min- erals and a very precise mix- tore of gases in oar breatbeafcJe air. In order to be livable from our point of view, aootiec plan- et would have to match these basic requiremerfe. The larger and smaller planets of our own Solar System could not quaBfy because, for one thing, or- bit at different distances from the sun. Various factors make their atmospheres and also their water supplies, if any, nn- suitable. Obviously, we shall have to wek farther afield to find ai planet to match our matchless j earth. Acd farther afield means is usually askew, Schlsinger is a family man with eight chil- dren, A number of U.S. officials outside the CIA, which tradi- tionaly does not talk publicly about its operations, says Schlesinger's appointment means a firm administrative hand and a probable fund-cut- ting are in store for the main The search seems hopeless, j U.S. spy agency. but let's not give up hope. In i President Nixon intends to 1340, a flight to the moon was Co Schlesinger, Atomic Energy considered ridicatous and f ew I Commission chairman and for- if any young persons found !mer assistant budget director, spaceships under The Tree, Now our lanar landings CIA post to replace Rich- Helms, the Florida White PRAISE FOR HELMS part of history and a space- j House aonoaiced. Thursday. craft larding on Mars is scbed- j Helms, the career intelligence uled for 1S7S. It may take man-1 officer who has headed the es- jrind years to become mar- j Peonage agency since 1966, is to iners of outer space. But make {become U.S. ambassador to no TmsfcafeA about it, we are 01 our way. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 763. Hratington Beach, California 9264S. (Copyright Gimmick Publishing Co. 1072) operations. At the AEC since August. 1971, be has been rated by col- i leagues as a strong manager i with a firm grip on the budget as well as being well-versed ia nuclear affairs. ON-THE-JOB P2 BPJEF i WGlfiSd czzbzxtcynryrtOO Training OTTAWA i Hair and Crossfire. i crimination in recorder's court i i When called vrith nine other jury selection practices be Hollywood writers io testify be- a law partner uncovered during fore the House committee in a controversial trial of three i 1 1S47, Scott and the others re- black radicals involved in a A <35T SHORT RIBS-By Frank Scott was held in contempt of i more bracks, wonien and youths i Congress, fined and sen- i included. i i fenced to federal prison. Rayitz said he believes those j nine, compatriots, included i convicted of crimes iji Aroeri-! screenwriters DaJton Tnimbo' society "are predominantly i i aad Ring Lardner Jr.. also went victijns of economic arrange- j to jail for their defiance of the; ments make it profitable congressional committee. a handful of people, while; Following his release from masses of _ people are unem- j I prison in 1.95J, Scott became ex- underemployed, under-; I ecutive producer for a London i i film studio. He returned to the! have radical politics that I; I United States in 1965 to vrrite I 8in of I'm 3 I I television scripts and produce i Marxist." I [films for Universal-Inter- i i national Studios. IIEAVT FINES J i After two divorces, Scott in I The Canada Water Act; 1955 married film and television passed in 1970, provides for j writer Joan LaCour, who sur- j fines of up to a day for i vives him. I polluting. BUGS BUNNY ;