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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I _ m IIWWIOOI HtUlO JO, H71 Your horoscope By Jean a Dixon SUNDAY, FEB. M. Your Birthday Today: It is unlikely that at the end of this year you will wind up headed in the same direction ae you're now going. Be will- ing to adapt to changing con- ditions and new personal needs. ARIES (March 21 April Concentrate care and attention on the present. Emotional shar- ing, mutual support between you and your loved ones is im- portant. TAURUS (April 20 May Ml: Some stress exists in family, neighborhood matters. You help most by remaining unruf- fled. Wait before offering sug- gestions. GEMINI (May Jl June You are on your own in most things. Expect changes elusions. Consider your own projects. VIRGO (Aug. 13 Sept. You have the chance to observe a special form of tantrum: "I don't know what I want but this schedules, unplanned incidents. I sort. is not it" or something of the Avoid too quick a reaction. CANCER (June 21 July Ecnouragement of those near you is needed. Observers may draw wild conclusions from your choice of associates. LEO (July 23 Aug. Take the simplest drift pattern thru this day; jump to no con- Limestone Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Steph- en Fein, age 10, of Youngs- town, Olio, for his question: What Is limestone formed from? The basic ingredient is cal- cium carbonate, alias calcite. It is a chemical compound of calcium, carbon and oxygen. These elements are quite abundant and there is plenty of the calcite both in the ground and dissolved in the seas. The earth has many recipes for us- ing it to form layers and mas- sive beds of limestone. Each patient process is a fascinating story. However, almost always a variety of other minerals manage to get mixed with the main calcite ingredient. The restless winds and rains shift countless tons of rock dirt. The restless earth moves slowly, but it never stops shift ing around its rocky with their dozens of differen chemical minerals. These rest less activities patently mix these minerals and shape then Into hundreds of dineren Mistreatment probe begins CALGARY (CPj An in- vestigation into allegations of mistreatment at the juvenile detention centre was started here after a protest by six youths at city hall. The protestors said a young girl, who ran away from home Si the mistaken belief she was pregnant, was forced to stand in a hot shower for 15 minutes and after falling asleep in class had to remain standing in a corner of the room. Acting mayor Ed Dooley ap- proved the investigation by so- cial services director Sam Blakely who delegated centre supervisor Keith Wood to look into the complaint. The girl and five friends re mained on the city hall steps most of the night demandinj an advisory committeee o youths and adults be formed a the centre. ocks. The making of lime- one requires lots of the min- rsl calcite, plus a helping land from some water. The re- cipe is slightly different for each deposit, which is why no wo limestone samples are ex- ctly alike. Calcite, the main ingredient .j a chemical compound of 56 ler cent calcium oxide and 44 er cent carbon dioxide. It orms a sottish white mineral. But pure calcite limestone us- ually forms only in the deep ocean and samples are hard to ind. Most limestones are mix- ed with assorted clays and sands, iron oxide and other minerals. Sometimes the cal- cium in the basic calcite is >artly replaced by magnesium. Phe various impurities tint the imestones with yellows or JTOWBS, greys or greens, rusty reds or even black. Water dissolves calcite into invisible fragments. When the water evaporates, the calcite is left behind as a solid min- eral. This is how layers ol limestone are deposited around hot mineral springs. But most of the earth's limestones were formed with the help of by- gone plants and animals that lived in the seas, many mil- lions of years ago. Countless marine animals extracted cal- cite from the and used it to build their bones and protec- ve shells. A few seaweeds LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Settle on a simple timetable of home centred activities. You help just be being yourself. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Departures from custom may be necessary. Neither close agreements nor open disputes produce results. Wait for a middle course tomorrow. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. It now develops you neg- lected to announce pertinent details, and like as not, haven't heard enough of others' plans, Strive for moderation. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan You are probably your own greatest obstacle today. Find a comfortable level and try tak- ing it easy for a change. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Your theories encounter exceptions, subjective personal expressions people offer be- yond logic. Make notes rather than trust memory. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Feelings, attitudes, behavior ARIES (March Zl April Go directly to the main point m your work; waste no on side issues. Whatever you lo, proceed with optimism. TAURUS (April 20 May Original presentations are first nature use what comes from intuition. Improvised experi- ments are strongly favcrerd. GEMINI (May 21 June Be a little hesitant to buy part nership share, you may do patterns all surge in strong un- expected patterns today. Relax early. 1971 By The Chicago Tribune MONDAY, FEB. 22, Your Birthday Today: A year opens in which you are likely to have put into your hands more work and respon- sibility than you are prepared to carry. Much personal prep- aration is indicated, including experiences you've gotten yourself into by accident or whim. Two temptations are to be met and conquered: self-indulgence, and holding on to material resources too desperately. Emotional devel- opment comes in leaps with occasional brief reverses. To- day's natives often know many things without having to study them. somewhat better than today's terms. CANCER (June 11 July Chores you've been dodging turn out to be easier than feared, some of them even en- joyable. LEO (July 23 Aug. It's beneath your natural dignity to quibble over money, but look twice at today's budget and re- lated matters. VIRCO (Aug. 23 Sept. Select routines you can do lone or with little collabora- on, and get a fresh perspec- ive. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Vlake the most of the varied fferings the world has for yoj. Romance is indicated for the ligible. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. After recent squalls in relation- ships, the turn is back to smooth, co-operative practical- ly do it gracefully. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Be just a trifle cool, let others come a little closer be- iore reacting. Aid somebody less fortunate. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Organize business affairs thoroughly; but let romantic social relations go in whatever directions they drift. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Your persuasive powers are at a peak. Use every means to .work yourself up in the world. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Open the door for newcomers. It's merely a short time until the same on a grander scale comes to you. 1971 By The Chicago Tribune Everybody agrees pipeline a must SIGN TRADE PACT VIENNA (AP) Roman! and Communist China signed trade pact yesterday for 197 and also a long-term agreemen covering the 1971-75 perioc providing "a considerable in crease" in trade, the Romanian news agency announced. iffened then- foliage with cal- te As all these animals and [ants died, their sturdy mate- rials sank and made thick lay- ers on the seabeds. As the restless earth shifted s crust, large slabs of the sea- red often lifted above the waves. Then the submerged eposits drained dry and be- ame solid laywers of lime- stone. Many of them, had been deposited under shallow seas, tee the turbulence had mix- ed tots of silty sand and muddy day with the basic ingredient. The clays formed cements mat stuck bits of calcite together in solid masses. Some limestones are formed mainly from the stoney bouses built by soft little corals. Some are cemented masses of shells made by sea dwellers that be- came extinct Trillions of years ago Some are made mostly from the tiny shells of one-cell- ed animals. And some lime- stones contain wads of stiff seaweeds and algae that got set into the mixture. Questions asfced by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beac'a, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) WASHINGTON (AP) If the more than 100 witnesses who testified at hearings on the pro- posed trans-Alaska oil pipeline this week had one thing in com- mon, it was agreement a pipe- line will be built. Supporters of the mil- lion line were relatively few, al- though they may become the majority in a second round of hearings next week in Alaska. In day and night sessions Tuesday and Wednesday and a morning session Thursday, op- ponents dominated the Washing- Store hours controversy boils again REGINA (CP) The con troversial question of closing hours erupted store her GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN It llftl IT CkiUH Tllkmtll WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vunerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: North East South Weft I Pail 10 1 Pass T What do yoo hid" now? cj. Both vulnerable, as South you hold: Q. East-West vulnerable, >i South you hold: VKQ.IE3 OASB2 AAQ The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Pasi Dble. Pasi INT What do ym bid now? Q. Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: again this week with union and employers groups hurlinf brickbats at each other am Premier Ross Thatcher sayhi the matter is not a provincia responsibility. Under provincial legislaUo cities with more than pop ulation must close for on half day each week. The sta ute says during the April-Ai gust period it must be Wednes day afternoon but the day ma be varied or the closing hour extended to a full day by civi bylaw. In Saskatoon, retail store close Wednesday afternoon. R e g i n a stores are closed al The bidding has proceeded: Couth West North Eait Paw 1 Pass t What Is your response? Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: ONE OP THOUGHT OF THIS __, YEARS ASO DAB WOW ABOUT S1SNIN3 MY- REPORT CARP? BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mori Walkw NICE THANK TO ZIN6 ALWAY6 6AV F6AUYZIN6ED Vvi; 111 ABNER-By Al Capp MUCH OFAGEHHUUMM TO TELL US WHAT VDRE IAFFAB1.E OF rrff ARCHIE-By Bob Mentang DESK BOYS ARE BOTH POUSH.' HI AND lOIS-By Dik GOOD.' THROW SOME CN JW WALK OWE A BASON THE CELLAR STAIRS TONieHT. rrS seme rrs THIRSTY.. HSVWTSTO KNOW IF WE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal LOOKS UKE JUST WHAH I ALWAYS tY IV WANT THIS BEAUTIFUL MOUfiTEP MOOSE HEAP ;