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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta lg T.HE 1ETHRSICGE Solunlov, Jnnuary 11, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SVNT1AY. JAN. !S Your birthday today: Re- latiorships waver and then are cocfirrneJ or abandoned, 25 the bahrce of factors comes to Today's na- 'tves tend to unusual ideas. era sharp skills '-3 putting ARIES (March April ir.fluer.ces exist. in- dicating that the less you do, i he more likely you are to re- main free to make necessary acves later. TAVF.VS (April :o May 301: Your own efforts cay be sim- ple arc sensible. bin you may he ;eci intn onir-ar-Essi-is: posi- tions by reorle you do not kr.o'.v well. GEMIM (May 31 June 20': Kerne rea-ranjemj-rts. health- care prccrarr.s ire favored. al- though 'dkely to be interrupted ry serial callers. CANCER (June :i July It seems to you that outsiders are continually offering solu- tions to inaiters that you don't see as problems at all. LEO (July 33 321: Be U3 and around early in serve as s -aliyir.2 point for the r_ share a VIRGO 'vhat with the eomDl Sept. me is nature o; the simples; question you' Etice this busy Sunday LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. In the general flurry of events. social and mundane, there is ed- ucaLon. excitement over prom- isng information. SCORPIO lOci. 23 Nov. 311: Abandon ideas of business as usual, or ar.y sort of dealings, r.rd pursue romance and social activitv vigorously. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. You needn't be so forth- right. A lot of other people, who in there pitching, need to fee! they are leading the par- ace. CAPRICORN (Vet. 22 Jsn. Early prsyer calls for ma- jor intuitive suidar.ce which override what people ere trying to present as facts. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. 1S': Lcok rrout you. see which of your friends has sho'.va up. unbidden, and who is absent: think about: the reasons tor these thin" PISCES'iFeb. 19 March Nothing our quite as you imagined i: would, but mcst things turn out well, if ymi let nantre take its (1973, The Chicago Tribune! MONDAY, JAN. :s Your birthday V' rrogress involves in ten expenmen'L-r.. Relationships are fully tested. Today's ra- Ask Andv Waterfalls Ar-dy ser.cs a cocpleie voiLrr.e sec of the Mertt de.its to cah Varj. are I1, cf Tor- onto. Ontario, for her ques- tion: How are waterfalls formed? Most srreairj travel many miles throuzh chsnftr.; scen- ery. or. their long journeys to meet the ;ea. .-Ill K-ra of ad- ver.tirres happen along the ar.d a of streams K'in to form a TT.CC river. Sorr a river has to form foaray rapids as it rishe? fasi GOTATI a rocky slope. Sometimes i: ha? to piunge over the edge of a steep cliff End create a dashing waterfall. The '.vatsr tr. sireams attc rivers flop's freely over the ground but there is cr.e r'ole it must It m'lisi flow downhill ail the to the sea. Never raay i: up even the gentlest slope. So-raetimes the slopes are tec gradual for us to notice oily a flowing river kno'-vs is As we kr.ow. our earth is famous for its btEspy Lps and Rivers tend to through valley; and fairly flat pLair_s. But they soend ages digging their channels around the hiils and humps. However the earth's crust is. resties5 and always busy remodelling its arxi old rrioijr.tairj: wear down an new ones srise. The ups an downs keep changing. Most of these changes are much too lor us to notice, but the patient oid rivers have to adjus: to And GIL; cf the remodelling jobs can force a river to dasr. a waterfall. Often tt harpers er of rock on the surface and softer layers it. In time, ground heips the river to weaken and wash away the soft levels under the hard surface layer. Then, perhaps quite sudden- ly, the top layer ccllapses and a great slai? clr'ocs to a lower level. This ieaies a si.tted sranding in the path of the r.ver. There is one t.iir.i tnat t.ov.-rtt stream ierr. ever the edge cf the cliff ial_s are formed sectiins of old river beds s'ttk to lower levels. O'hers form from springs born high in the moun- tains. There the rains ran melt- ing sno.vs sink, through porous rocks and from reservoirs cf groijndwate" Here ar.ti theie this water finds a to outside egain. Wrjen there is a deeu crack en a high slope, it mountain spnng. The spring a stream and the only way it can go is downhill The side? of a high peak are ofter: steep sl.i-T'C-s with ledges and sheer This is the dashi-g path tl-at the stream must take. On the way down trje inour.tain it may have to take several flying leaps ar.d form plunging waterfalls. tives solve problems by at- [ncking them Irora 511 unusu- al angle ARIES (March 21 April 19V Your temper as brittle as ar.ybody's. Your family has something in mind that is better left unspolten for a TAl'fU'S (April M May Money and disagrtX'ttients over it tend to spoil the day. Avoid- ing temptation to short aits are p.trt cf your ksurancs. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Jan. 27. 1973 Ottawa became the capi- tal of Canada 115 years ago 1S5S. Four cities Mc-ntreal. Kings- ton and been in the rumltg but Queen Victoria chose Ottawa be- cause of its location, away from the -Canadian bor- der arc a" that urne safe from attack. Marsha! Man- rerbeim. FirUand's hero, died troops liber- ated Leningrad from the late Ht Hon. E E. former Ca- r.adiar. prime minister, lei: Canada for retirement in Er.slar-cl Locie Baj-d t'trs der-.CTjrrated televi- S'cn II. the las: Genr-ar. kaiser was born. 1 GEMINI (May 21 Junr stress is easier borne I in company. Surround yourselfj with friends and acquaintances, j divide your attention among' them. CANCER (June 21 July Things meclunical need espec- ial care, wiih >our full con- centration on you are doing. Pause for review of the situation. LEO (July 23 Aug. The sparks of temperament all around today may amuse you and provide some relief from a seasonal low in your energy j and efficiency. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Home affairs almost certainly demand extra time and consid- eration when you've got thinrs to your liking, quit for a needed rest. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Your main effort is in helping j people over their handicaps, en- during their failure 'o co-oper- j atG or ackrjovriedge your help. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 NOT. It's your turn TO call the shot: Take the initiative, say what you want and how you think it can be done. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Djc. 2H: There's triumph, the j overcoming M an old limitation, the more people you gather r.W'Lt: >cu. the merrier. CAPKICORX (Dec. 22 Jan. j f.'.Tonuiuty is at hand. I of your skills and I I talents Ocol informaticn should be noted carefully. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. There's cothng for it but; to accept things as they are. j make a strong turn for poadve viewpoints, begin biildiDg. PISCES (Feb. 13 March Associates tend to focus or.' trivis. ar.d letcxtwn in your cilitter.ce 15 irninedia'.eiy no- rlced. no matter what the rea- (1973. The Chicago Tribune! THE JOi'lSIMTHE.flAViNS TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan IF YOU SEETUMPLEVVEEPS, HOW, TELL HIM I'M CONSIDERING NOS JOy, ASK HIM f HE PREFERS PS- 15, OR WITri N'OSE STRAISHTENEP! BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Walker j LCCk'.' West MPs push personal projects LI'L ABNER-By Ay Capp by -jccen cip-s iz tha grcuzd. Bo: nrt all of ir.em are formed by the earth. A rinm Mocks the of a river ar.d its bscJi-s up to iill a reservoir. This lal-ie higher than the old r.verbed. a rainy reason, i; over the is a nian-nade Qaeaiions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed 10 Ask Andy, P.O. EOT 75-5. Hnntinston Beach, California 92-WS. Chronicle Publishing Co. 1373) GOREN ON BRIDGE BVClURI.F.s H. GORF.N WKKK1.Y BRIiy.E QVIZ cr.e AKJ'I TAQ35 'SI ".MOT :QJ T--2 bMd.n; pvceederf .Sonh F.nt >onth I Ps" n A Pass Q. E''.n -.-u'.rerabie. as ymj "south Ursi Nnrth Fall 1 1 a.c Scu'h ;-o-j hold t VKJID l'Q3 ?S.'f Trc has East So-jih 1 Q. 6 Eaft-Wc-- v-jir.c- ahi-2. 3s 774.1 :xj33 jkKciu Nnnh K.IS'. >irjlh Q Ai Sou'h. you htM- .953 Tr.-? biddms North East Soaih I I 1 A Piss action do you q. I Sou'.h you he'. Ibcth m'.ri'ir.Tb'.c: you h.iv p.irt storo M: UK TKqio; I KintJ The birid'.r.q h.-ii [mcrei'vl Nonh South i A i i DWr. TJSI WTi.i! do nv OTTA'.VA Western Cana- dian ot Parliacient have 'wasted no time since the H'tuse of Commorj went back session m early January to star, pushing their own per- sonal rrojects by use of private martyrs' hills and nouces of vast majority of private members' tills and notices of motions come from Opposition members A private member's ci- turure govern- ment pc'ticy ir.directly. A nc-tice of motion at least gives the MP the chance to speak on his sub- ;ect i_n. the Commons and focus Beth Dotiglas P.owland M.'ir.v i-ri'.idir.l Mr and OiliKO'r aro ir.' nl1, c'] in prn ,'ifo hills and rollers of motion. Mr. Orlikosi. (or in- stance, has privata members' tin vru e tapping, preventative detention, and in- crininstir.s statements as well as one aimed at letting the pub- lic kco'v "contracts of em- ployzient'' the prime minister's office and other government ce- partm-cr.ts are making Mth em- piovees. Eicon Woolliams PC Calgary Xorth the Alberta criminal: lawyer, v.-ants in his private i bill to amend the' Crimmai as it applies to young offenders. He wants to mase sure that no person under 16 is ever sentenced to imprls-: crunerc in a Kr-terciary. ?s sometirrjes happens, that n-i -erscn under 12 carj be con-. victed of a criminal to seven j that no person under the age of' compared to 14 be convicted unless it can be sho'.vtj tirat he is "competent to knovr the nature of his con- duct." Some MPs. like Stan Schurna- Cher 'PC palliser. Alia.1 put tor.vard general motions. He v.-ants. the Commons to re-ai- firm "its belief that the con- stitutional monarchy is the best system of government for Can- ada and resents any attempt to ercce away so major a part of; our constltut.oti ar.d heritage.'' iil-te Dan McKenae :'PC Win.iipeg South Centre) look closer to home. Mr. j McKenzie's mc'Lior. calls on the government to take steps to' re-establish the Inter-: nat.onal Airport as a rr.air.ten- i ance base for Air Canada with cc'tT-plete and facilities. Some moves ccrr.e as a s'jr- prise. V.TJle you'd likely expect former prime minister jor_- Diefer.baker 'PC Prince Al- berta. Sisk.) to have Mr. Schurnachc-r's monarchy mo- tion, instead hs has ere on ecu- cation. He wants Ottawa, with- out moving in on provincial ju- risdiction, to provide federal money to help ease the prov- inces' rising burden in suipcrr- ing elementary End secondary education. Ged Baldwin PC Peace River, Aita.) wants the piibi.c to be given more information about government activities His 'right to would impose- a five-year mas'.mum jail (erm for government offi- cials ruillv of unfair secrecy, i Ken li'irlburt 'PC Lcthbr.dnei wdnts a Letter dejl for trucHr.g j companies. He's the "prohthiir e costs." thf-v now Waller Ij'insrtalo'nn. u-.inf.s fasti .ind act.on In make life c.-i'i'-r for dr.d ni-np.ic.Tily .--irk Canadians. Thr- iist and the subic-cis go or., nr.d nn. ;iml on it ap- thai from tho no L'oicrrjniont mcnilwr.s pn- hill.i lit notices of motion, it shouldn't be construed that they are not interested. su3.r V- ARCHIE-Sy Bob Montona HI AND LOIS-BI Dik Browns SHORT RIBS-By Fronk O'Njol i m-t JUGS BUNNY ;