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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD February 26, 1972-------------- YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SUNDAY, FEB. 2 experiment willi modern Your liirlhiliiy icidiiy: Do- I altire. You now gel. beyond an vcliipim; the added resources implied by increasing per- sonal grow Ui and activity promises in !w major u' the year ahead, j Sideline's, hoi ing are all reason to consider, will] a reval- uation of your main .support. Todav's natives are dextr- ous able to minu'c or swal- low example's, usually have talent lor figures and mechan- ical equipment inhibition or barrier, never to retreat (JE.M1.M (.May 21 June Sugge.stmns arc numerous but (Nov. r-Uee-. 211: See tin1 anel the of ihis Sunday as an owning perhajw not much for your interests as for those offering promises. Refine'- tion lights Ihe way. _._......... CAN'OKIl (Jimp 21 July moonlight- j for gentle personal conquest. If j Be wary of explaining your af- yeiu are free, bring friends fairs en to friends, as some- along to roam past field and j body may not realize he's quot- stream. j ing out of coi'.lexL later. CAI'HICOK.N 22 Jan. l.KO (July 23 Aug. 22': Make social arrangements Haste gels you nowhere. Stop, involving only a few people. see where Uie problem is, seek Surprises come from distant sources and younger people Altl.VS (March 21 April j nearby. Good intentions introduce you! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. eluding Several omsidc vour choice doesn't mean you must are unduly pessimistic, improve familiar group. Much is gained change mill fee fresh contacts. Consult abandon courses, concerned before TAURUS i April 20 May acting. If possible, stick mill Experiment: try ..cw ways of: Uie original decision. setting forth your charm. Bright ideas fir right into the scheme uf inleres'.ir.g things to do GEMIVI (May June Offer end accept kindness re- pardicss o! previous experi- IT.C-.V-; iK'.'.hing is immutable where past errors are COD- CANCKU (June 21 July 22': The man clous idea may not be your own. but it works just as well ur.der your handling and promotion. Get an early start. LEO (July 23 Aug. Gather people of like inlerests. Share experience, friendly ri- valry, understanding for long- rsnge collaboration, Keep sight of your goals. VIRC.O i Aug. 23 Sept. Casual talk among old friends implies a.big promise. Be sure of what you're hearing and be- gin working to help make it come true. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. As you are more in touch with vour environment, do what vou PISCES IS March Speak promptly, while tilings i willingness lo help associates, are still amenable 10 improve- ment. Meeting ethers on an even basis works try! (1072: By Tin- Chicagn Tribune) MONDAY, 28 Your Birdiday Today: Marks the start of a steady campaign to fill in details of i somewhat ajnbifious schemes, to make tangible the gains you have sketched as prob- j able. Hard work, good results are characteristic of such a I period, but at the of experiment, speculative enter- prises. Today s natives often drift into detached moods when trying to develop their latest musical or technical talents. ARIES (March 21 April See thai you've finished pre- vious business before launch- ing new ventures. It's your per- sonal drive that brings results, so don't wait for others to help. expenses, simpl.iy career ef- forts. Listening to Iho tales nnd strivings of others produces few results. SAGITTAHIl'S (Viv. r.2 Dee. Extend your range of thought, seek added credit or credentials. Be sure lo have some solitary mom cuts for catching your psychic balance. CAPRICORN 22 Jan. Accent the reality that there is no easy course. Wilh a bit of fact checking, it should be a rather effective phase in your work. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Any system you are follow- ing shows its defects. Accept Uiem as such, make adjust- ments. Better plans emerge to- morrow, are helped by what you do today. PISCES (Feb. 13 March 20': Even remote incidents affect patterns of experience. You can- not always rely on the here and nearby while ignoring the world outside. Drop unprofitable ventures, By The Chicago Tribune) people who ean help unravel the snarl, give them reason and a chance to suddenly prcsc n t e d I Facis and figures momentarily a minor obstacle is clear- ed. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Nostalgia gets in the way of progress. Much depends on your as >our own imitative is quiet for Ihc moment. SCORPIO 23 Nov. Swiss cheese holes .Andy sends a complete 20- vciuame set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Steven Oiiritrfson, age 9, of Washing- Ion. Illinois, for his question: How do cheese holes get into Swiss Almost everybody is puzzled by this mystery. Many pen pals ask Andy to explain itr but only one can he selected for the column. The answer is meant for everyone who is interested TAURUS (April 20 May in this topic. If you happened can to develop the est h e t i c j Everybody has a different idea, lo ask the same question, you characteristics in others. Build j for you to complete: few are are smart enough lo think of for social peace. I related to your career advance- ten mere, so try again. There SCORPIO (Od. 23 Nov. ment. Build a reputation which Be inquisitive, independent as aids future promotions. Alaska oil tanker system warning made in report WASHINGTON' f API The spills and Intentional dis- TJm'ted States Coast Guard says i charges, the tanker Astern to serve the! The interior department Is proposed Alaska pipeline likely i considering Ihe application hy a is no Unlit lo how many ques- tions you may ask Andy rnd who knows, next Lime around would spill at least bar- rels of equivalent of a small tanfeer the sea each year. A daily average of afc least 405 barrels would be spilled on the tanker route along Canada's West Coast, the coast guard said. Most of that svould result from damage lo sliips at sea. The coast guard study, re- leased here by the U.S. inter- ior depa r t m e n t. was based on worldwide statistics on tanker accidents, unintentional Qiilclhood education level low RED DEER (CP) Alber- ta has ttie lowest level of child- hood education in Canada, Education Minister Lou Hynd- man ssid here. However, the province hopes to "put in the richt kind of system or incenthes For chil- dren under the age of he said in an interview Mr. Hyndmsn predicted a lo- cal option c-arly-childhwxl .sys- tem of schooling "in tbe years ahead." he may select one of yours to appear in the column. The holes in Swiss cheese look like bubbles because they are bubbles. This seems odd because most bubbles arc frothy little Gallons that scon burst a.nd disappear in the air. At least, thi_s is what happens to the sparkling ones in pop and the foamy ones that Iwlong to the soap. Those Swiss ones group of seven oil companies lo build an oil pipeline from Alas- ka's North Slope to a part of Valdez on its soulhern coast. At full operation, the coast guard noted, the pipeline would deliver two million barrels of oi] daily lo Valdez for tanker ship- ment to points on the U.S. West Coast. Spills averaging 384 barrels a day would total more than barrels a year, equal lo losing the cargo of a tanker each year. This minimum estimate as- sumes that none of the tankers serving the pipeline would inten- tionally discharge oil at sea but would carry a ballast cf into Valdez harbor where the pipeline company would remove waste oil. The coast guard said tbe ocean environment along the proposed tanker route is "vir- tually unblemished." Meanwhile, the interior de- j partment released the condition j it would place upon any permit I it might issue for construction of the Alaska pipeline The stipulation retains a key I element, tlie authority of federal j c.c. offie-nns to halt pipeline con-1 struclion or operation if neces- j sarv to protect the environment.' The department would require the pipeline company to pest an SB-million performance for I the lifetime of the pipeline. Indian actors sought WINNIPEG (CP) The Mnmtou Theatre Company is looking for five lead actors at a week. They don't necessarily have to he Manitoba residents but two other qualifications are essential they must be In- dian and out of a job. T h e Manituu Company, professional singer Tom -Jackson as executive direc- tor, was formed recently to develop Indian talent in all GOREN ON BRIDGE It received a grant under the local initiatives program, which is based on creation of new jobs for those previously unemployed. All told. 46 persons will be em- Audilions are available at Ihe Manitou office in Winni- BY CHARLES H. GOREN" [c I'n: Br T.-.s ChiMio TribMiaJ IVEEKL-V DIllnGE QUIZ q. vulnerable, South you hold: vqan.ij The bidding has proceeded: North East Soulh Wtst 1 A 1 NT What do you bid? Q. vulnerable. as South you hold: CQ1II72 S The bidding has proceeded: North Easl South Wrsl 1 Pasi 1 NT Pass 3 A Pass What do you bid Q. vulnerable, as South the dealer you hold: 498U CQ.II03 What is your opening bid? Q. South, vulnerable, you hoirj. AK.I.1 OS74 The bidding has proceeded: North Easl Smith Wrst I Pass 1 NT Pass J. :1 1'nss Whril rlo you hid now? 4- 5-Iloth viilnoraole, ns you hold: 4KQ107U 082 4-'i I The bidding has proceeded: Easl Soulh West I <7 Pass 1 A Pass 1 NT Pass What do you bid now? Q. G Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: AQ10976.1 rJKJio; cnz 41 The bidding has proceeded: North, hasi ioulli 1 A Dhlp. 4 A 5 3 A J NT Pass 6 A Pass Pass Whai do you bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AAQJ10J C8B4 AAQ The bidding has proceeded: South West North East Calgarian lielcl at (CP'i Bomb disposal experts opened a brief case that was brought a little more than 24 hours earlier into a north end Winnipeg bank. There was no detonation. The manoeuvre was carried out shortly after Janko Bolo- pavlovic, .'16, ol Calgary, appcar- oed in coiut, charged with at- tempted robbery. He was re- manded without plea in custo- dy to March 1 for psychiatric examination. A siiokc 1 A 3 (f Pass Pass Pasa 2 3 A 1 A Pass Pass What do you bid now? q. vulnerable, us South ymi hnld- V.ltlH3 OAQ43 s 7 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South Pass 1 A Pass What do you bid? ILtirtk. oiutt'crs seem strange because Uiey are suiTour.ded by solid cheese. When we slice through a chiuik of cheese, we cut right Lbi-ough Uiem and they look like smooth round holes. The mystery is how anybody can put these beautiful bubbles inside the solid cheese. Actual- ly, the magic is not done by human hands. The magicians are the same little busybodjes who turned tbs original milk inlo cheese. They created the bubbles as they did their work and to thorn this no, trouble at all. Sv.irs ciu'op is made by bacieria are much too small to be seen. It takes about 12.000 of them to make a row 55 long as your thumb nail. There are thousands of dif- ferent bacteria, but onlv a couple of them can make Swiss cheese. Scientists gave them long fancy porhaps to make up for their small sizes. One is Prqibnibaclerium hcl- vctium. Ihe other is Propioni- bacterium shcrniEiiii. these two strains of bacteria are carefully cultivated and greatly treatm-ed. Cheese makers add a small helping of one of these cultures when they want to make Swiss cheese with proper round holes and the right tangy taste. The basic ingredient is milk. First Uiey pasteurize it to des- troy the useless and harmful bacteria. Then they add an aeid to curdle the milk and scoop out the solid clots from the liquid. The bacterium culture is added to the clotted milk solids and the mixture is set in a cool place to ripen. The busy bacteria set to work- on the milky food. As Uiey di- gest it, it changes into cheese and gas The gas collects to- gether in big bubbly holes and the cheese sets around them. It takes a long time to use up all Uie milky material. When the job is done, those round holes are trapped and sealed inside the solid cheese. There is no way to remove tbe bacteria from the finished cheese. But this is no ciuse for alarm. happen to be quite harmless types and also very nmu-isliing. Actually they teeiii with ricli proteins that help a person's muscles lo grow strong. Tin's is one reason why sensible folk eat lots of cheese or without Uiose smooth round holes. Questions asuea by cnndien of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box JS5, Hllntinglon Beacil, California 92C48. (Copyright rln-onicle Publishing Co. 1072) Imliaii slory lo be revised VANCUVF.R (CP) A Grade S reader featuring a short story portraying a Northwest Terri- tories Indian as a thief who wanted to prove be was a "heap big Indian" is lo be re- Forces Base Winnipeg declined j "lc publishcrs lo say what were the contents "'c objections from British Co- no explosion or