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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Miniocy UTHMIDOt WUUD If Your horoscope imms By Jeane Dixon SUNDAY, FEB. 7 Ymr BMMay In- ner serenity in tbe face of in- termittent external crisis will sustain you. Today's natives often do their best work in privacy or even isolation. Most have gifts of poetry. ABIES (March 21 April Get together with your own peo- group action. Older people are inclined to co-operate. TAURUS (April M May Where there's any errand to run, let somebody else attend to it if possible. Some of the most plausible stones you near bave little basis in reality. GEMINI (May 21 June You may retrieve something you've given up as lost. You pie, come to agreement on must plan carefully what you're doing with your time and so- ial activity. CANCER (June :i July ilake your contribution to the traditions and welfare of your community. Take care of neg- ected errands and chores. LEO (July 23 Aug. Peo- ple don't reject your feelings, Hit they are involved with their own conflicts beyond your awareness. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Mental chores, games, times take up most of Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Charlene Me- Gilles, age 15, of Peterbor- ough, Ontario, Canada, for her question: Antarctic Ocean? The boundaries of the earth's land masses meet the sea and hence it is easy to define them. But all the oceans link together and form one world-wide ocean. Parts of the watery realm are almost surrounded by conti- nents and it is simple to see them as separate oceans. The Atlaniic, for example, is bor- dered by the Americas, Europe and Africa. The equator forms a convenient marker to divide the world ocean into two hemi- spheres for example, tbe North and South Atlantic. But there are no such hints to help us define the ocean waters around Antarctica. In the past, many geograph- ers regarded the Antarctic wat- ers as southern extensions of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. The Antarctic land mass covers the South Pole and occupies most of the Antarctic Circle. Beyond its borders, the whole ocean reaches northward to the tip of South America, Africa's Cape of Good Hope, New Zealand and the Southern shores of Australia. It is true that this watery expanse merges and mingles with the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans. But even though there are no hints to suggest a boun- dary, the Antarctic waters have special features that qualify them as a different ocean. Since the International Geo- physical Year of the late 1950s most scientists have recognize the vast Antarctic Ocean as qualified unit of the globa ocean. Its distinctive feature is the fact that it sweeps arounc the globe in a wide, unbroken circle. The other oceans are in terrupted by large land masses The unbroken sweep of the Ant- arctic Ocean creates some unique features. The surface is at the mercy of prevailing winds that circle the globe. tee, uninterrupted by bumpy and masses, they drive sweep- ing currents around in endless circles. Offshore, the prevailing east- erlies drive the east-wind-drift current around and around the frozen land masses. Farther north, the Antarctic waters are within the belt of the prevailing westerlies. Here the waves are driven in the continuously circ- ling west wind drift current. The turbulent boundary, where these opposite currents brush is called the Antarctic diver- gence. Much farther north, the swirling Antarctic currents brush with the wanner waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and In- dian Oceans. This turbulent re- gion is the Antarctic conver- gence where warm and roll air and water mingle and mix up a special brew of stormy weather. Near the shores, the Antarc tic Ocean is jammed with ice flows and icebergs, often feet thick and sometimes a] most half the size of Ontario The icebergs drift northward before they begin to melt be- cause the Antarctic water is as cold as 29 degrees Fahrenheit This cold water teems with microscopic algae and diatoms Whales, seals and thriving fisl populations come there to feec in the rich plankton meadows Cold as it is, the Antarcti Ocean teems with enormous populations of assorted anima life. Questions assed by cnildrcn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntlngton Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) pas- your attention. The news is mixed; some rather good, some de- iressing. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. t may be annoying, but it's worth using your mental facul- ies to figure where you stand and what you want to do about t. If you've neglected tedious lomework, now is the time to get it done. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Get away from it all, possibly on a long journey. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. The door is wide open to you all sorts of activities, proposals, none of them fully jnderstood or explained. Leave technical repairs for experts with proper tools. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You are ready to say things beyond what you could or would only a short tune ago An amusing story this evening has a delayed "bite" in it Learn. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb In the relative peace o this Sunday, seek deeper gui dance in meditation. PISCES (Feb. 19 March 20) Younger people demand your attention. Find time for your favorite hobbies. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune! MONDAY, FEB. 8 Your Birthday Today: A great deal of .your activity this year will be organizing, preparing for future ventures. Most of what you do may be classed as public service by many. There is no exact pre- cedent for this year's condi- tions, nor any guidebook for your personal progress. To- day's natives can generally tell a tall tale with real hu- mor. Many of them are writ- ers. ARIES (March 21 April 19) You know something few oth ers know. Now is the tune t use it. Faraway places, eve unexplored nearby areas, offe potentially profitable facts. TAURUS (April 20 May 20 You are unlikely to be satisfie with the work of anybody tra- der your responsibility. Conser vative handling of funds results in moderate returns. GEMINI (May 21 June 20) Career and business promise swift improvement wjth ration I, perceptive initiative on your part. Quite a lot of talk is stir-! around you, much o! it' helpful. CANCER (June 21 July B: disagreements on career mat- ers can be settled if you keep personal feelings and ore- rejudices within reason- ibte bounds. Putting on a calm surface. LEO (July 23 Aug. As- suming too much only gets you into an embarrassing situation. Have a full day's schedule set early. The evening a sociable, with romance. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept Common sense may not match the rule book today, and you can gain much from a minor adjustment. Add to your sav- ings. Your mate has a nice sur- irise for you. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Business and pleasure seldom mix so agreeably as today. row contacts and resources vithout making any fuss. Home ife is better if you let matters ake their course. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. jet your intuition guide you. There are possible visits from jeople you seldom see, or who iwell in very distant places. Try for a new feature in en- ;ertainment. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Your spirits rise with news of progress among your own set. It's an excellent time for isg purchases. Seek additiona' earnings if you feel the need CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan Seek advfce and co-opera 'aon. When you've made the most of an active day, rest while, then share an evening with friends. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb Be up bright and early Don't be surprised to get a monetary proposal today. Think carefully what you would be getting into. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Presenting a smooth surface is very helpful to your career pro- i. You still have to develop reasonably good work on a reg ular basis. Somebody nearb; cares. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune Govt. response to jobless problem of young critized lANCELOT-By Colter Perm OTTAWA (CP) Canadian Student liberals accused the government here of making only a "weak and almost dis- couraging" response to the problem of unemployed young people. In a news conference at party headquarters, Student Liberal President John Varley criticized both Prime Minister Trudeau and Manpower Minister Otto Lang for indulging in diversion- ary tactics in their statements on the problem. "Young people are facing a crisis of unemployment at nearly twice the rate existent for older Mr. Varley said. "Surely some extra attention might be generated by a gov- ernment so self-proclaimed to Laurentide earnings up VANCOUVER (CP) Laur- entide Financial Corp. Ltd. re- ports consolidated net earnings for 1970 of an in- crease of 20 per cent over the previous year. After payment of preferred dividends, was avail- able for common shareholders, equal to 75 cents a share, from 56 cents in 1969. up Sentence smugglers LONDON (Router) Five members of a drug ring which for two years smuggled mari- juana into Britain hidden inside Indian toy elephants and drums were sentenced to a total of 16 years jail Thursday. GIVES CREDIT MIAMI (AP) "You name it and we'll charge said Ben Shccter, who introduced credil cards at Temple Zion. Shecter is financial secretary at the con- servative synagogue which has a membership of 450 families The annual membership fee oi t225 a family can be charged as can Bar Mitzvah and confir- malic'i costs. MITTEW, AW> MAW Um CUM W CF THS B6 HU., AND 9SX KWOKAWC66W.AW WE Wffi WHAT ARE it'OUPOING POWN THSRe ALL. THIS TIMB t TM MAKING A reefgNT FOf BlONDIE-By Chic Young WEU-, IP IM NOT OASWOOD WHO AM I SAY-1 VOU T I OUST CANT THINK OF VOOft NAMff BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker PUT ALL THS IN THE BASKET I'LL STUpy PEAL HARD AND MAKE LIEUTENANT.' THERE'S LOTS OFADVANTASeS TO BEINS AN OFFICER 111 ABNER-By Al Capp Money supply squeeze lightened OTTAWA (CP) The Ban! of Canada tightened a squeeze on cash supplies this week anc the pressure was felt in shot term credit. Investment brokers borrowe heavily from the central bank against the security of govern ment bills and bank notes when short-term cash was hard come by in the commercial banking system. Such short-term cash ad vances reached a maximum o more than. million durin the week to Wednesday nigh but were down to million bj Wednesday night. The dealers lose money on x concerned about youth. there had been little response so sucti advances because the Mr. Varley urged the govern- ment to accept a million summer youth program pre- pared by federal planners, de- rails of which he said were leaked to the press in January. "We can only hope that the cabinet is as imaginative and as concerned as are their own pub- lic he said. Even despite the imaginative aspects of the program, how- ever, Mr. Varley said more would be required. "The government should real- ize that if hiring students is a help, hiring or would be even better." He suggested that the govern- ment rely less on advertising campaigns to persuade private industry to hire students in the summer and more on publicly- financed projects. He proposed creation of a Youth Employ- ment Secretariat to co-ordinate park and recreation projects and job information kiosks. The Student Liberals, he said, will begin immediately on hvo projects of their own. One is to develop a national list of stop-over residences. Peo- ple interested in providing over- night accommodotion for stu- dents on the road in the sum mer will be invited to submit their names to the organization which will supply lists to local Student Liberal groups. PLAN TUTORIAL SERVICES The second is part of longer-term approach to the problem of unemployed gradu- ates. Called the "Phone a PhD1' service, it would enable individ- uals or families to have infor- mal tutorial services from un- employed doctorate or masters graduates. Mr. Varley described the plan as "a sort of academic Vic- torian Order of Nurses, with the PhDs having a useful outlet and the ordinary citizen obtaining an unparalleled opportunity for self-education." Mr. Varley said copies of the Student Liberal statement were sent two weeks ago to cabinet ministers and somo MPs but TH' I IF VO' DON'T MOON ll PARTIK'LARHAMSAfleWltxaE, WOULD "lO'U. HAVE A U'L CORPSE M IIIV -MADE EN MOISHE DAVAN? THEM Ul RICH KIDS IS AU. ALIKE-PESTS.1! THEVSAUUS CRflN'FO'TH' MOON.1: WWVDOHE HAFTA HAVE A HAM SANGW1DGE-- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana far. Word had filtered interest at an annual ral from the upper levels of the party, however, of 5% per cent against earning of about 4% per cent on th at the idea of the statement being released to the bills put up as security. To spur action, he said, supply, measured as mis .Liberal groups will be encouraged to help administer currency in circulation and demand deposits in the com- two new programs as well as. banks, had shrunk by push an "Otto Ought To million in four campaign designed to demand action from the manpower to about billion at the end of January. "We're not doing this just QUITS carp as (Conservative (Reuter) Gen. Jo- Robert Stanfield is Freihsler has resigned as Varley said. "This is not defence minister on grandstand grounds. GOREN ON BY CHARLES H. 5- Both vulnerable, and te 1171: Br Tin Qitm TiiN.il WEEKLY BRIDGE South you hold: 4KQ98 0653 4A1078J Q. Neither and as South you bidding has proceeded: North East South 4K2 VEST OAJ102 V 20 T The bidding has proceeded: Sooth West North do yon bid? 10 Dble. KdUe. Pass 24 South, vulnerable, 2 NT Past hold: V1H 0 All 15 What do you bid bidding has proceeded: West North East 5. 2-As South, Pass 2 NT Pus you Pass 3 NT Pus AK10 VKQ1074 OJ7S4 The bidding has do you bid now? North East Soati 1 0 Pass 1 V Pass INT Pass 20 Pus 2 V Pass 7 -Neither vulnerable, and as South you hold: What do you bid VI OA85S 41171 The bidding has proceeded: Q. Both vulnerable, West North Eut South you Pus 20 Pass 474 V63 A Pass 34 Put The bidding has 0 .Pass 3 V Pftjf North East Soati IV Pas. 20 do yon bid now? Pass 34 4