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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETKSRIOGE HERAIO rAonday, MorcS 5, 1973 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, MARCH 6 Your birthday today: In- creasing your personal re- sources becomes a major campaign (Us year. Adjust- ment is the word lor much of your actions. Today's na- tives tend to strong family Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS March 5, 1S73 The Boston Massacre took place 203 years ago in British sol- diers fired on a mob which had been harassing a sen- try. Three men were killed, one of them Crispus At- tacks, a free Negro. Boston was the leading city in pro- tests against British eco- nomic restrictions and gar- risoning of soldiers. The townsmen's committee was able to have two local regi- ments withdrawn after the snooting. Less than four years later, citizens showed their feelings about British taxes by organizing the Bos- ton Tea Party and throwing three ship's cargoes into the harbor. boys died belu'nd locked doors fire destroyed a dor- mitory of the Arkansas Negro Boys Industrial B'arm f.t Little Bock, Ark. Stalin died in Moscow. Churchill presented his Iron Curtain speech at Fulton, Miss. German people voted Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party into power in Germany. Prince Edward Island legislature opened its first session. ties, impressionable emotions and interest in the occult. AK1US (March 21-April Your temper is up, with no constructive target handy tind some physically challeng- ing work. The idea of later hours has expansive potential. TAURUS (April 20-May IMrain from demanding a ycs- or-no answer; collect all the rewards later. It's a good tinie for revealing secrets, including your own, so be careful. GEMINI (May 21-Jimc hethsr you can use today's indfall immediately is dubi- is. Seek introductions, arbi- of existing issues. CANCER (.Time 21-Jllly he closer people are to you, le less [hey understand your areer moves. Don't invite or ncourage meddlers. LEO (July 53 Allg Vith your public image ex- anded, any recent errors are prominent as your virtes. bold front, candor, and good vill are your only defense. VIRGO (Aug 23 Sept concerning monev is subject to variable factors. Holr loint or gmup resources intact LIBRA (Sept 23 Oct 22) Accept a passing mood of dis atisfaction as a stimulus to more effective work. Go with he young, see the sights, gs a fresh perspective. SCORPIO (Oct 23 Nov 21) Diversify your living and work area. Travel, even short trips brings contacts and essenlia information. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-De It's a natural family home-life day. Do what you cai to enjoy it as it is. CAPRICORN (Dec 22 Jai Be ready lu move prompl ly to take advantage of oppor I unity. Good news is on th way, along with acided respon sibility. AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Fcb 18) Your appetite for material pr eralrcd 12 tricks for slam, hot. It tnUht be vital lo pro- tect your king o{ hearts from being led thru In cas the hand may have greater potentialities, for partner's exact Etrenglh has not yet been deter- mined. A jump bid In hearts not sullable because the suit H- Belf has not the "proper texture. Spades should not be supported vigorously with three trumps. by the process of elimination, wet chooso three clubs, ta take furtnec action on the next round. Q. 8 Both sides vulner- able, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: West North. East South I 2 v? What action do you lake? hearts. Partner's vul- nerable overcaU should ap- proximately six tricks and your hand rates to produce at least four. A single raise woald not be adequate, Ask Andy BEETLE BAItEY-Ey Mori Walker IT'S- NOT ES'ERV DAY I ACROSS A BOZti SCAFcSOAT I 6EE, T. DIPNT YOU FELT THAT WAY, LI'L ABNER-By Andy Capp Natural gas Andy sends a complete 20- set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Randy lines, age 11, of High Point, No. Carolina, for his question: (hat causes natural gas? Natural gas is formed by na- ural processes in the earth and all the evidence indicates hat the same recipe is used D create oily petroleum. The roeess has been repeated time nd again. Some samples are oimd in rocks that date back alf a million years ago. A few of natural gas are orming right now. During the past 500 million or so, enormous quanti- ies of natural gas and petrol- :um have been formed in the earth's crust. Nobody can esti- mate tow much of these valu- fuels have evaporated aneen lost to us. The remaining deposits survived because the] are trapped in special rock lormations and ssealed under ground. The ingredients in ihese natural fuels suggest how they originated. Trje-geologica formations around the deposit suggest how they were process ed. The basic ingredients in boll natural gas and petroleum ar hydrocarbons. Hence, they ait related to the bicchemicals pro duced by the living cells of a plants and animals. They ar called organic chemicals be- cause their carbon content as sociates them with the process 03 of life. For this reason most geologists favor the ide that both oil and natural gt are fossil materials. A few dii hards insist that they coul have been made from inorga ic chemicals. But a fossil on gin appears by far the mos logical explanation. Natural gas contains met ane and ethane, propane an butane. These light molecule of hydrogen and carbon als are present in petroleum, blen <1 v.'illi a more complex assort- ent of other hydrocarbons. :ost likely these basic ingre- ents were manufactured by ving organisms titat thrived shallow seas. Sunlit surface aters have teemed with plant nd animal populations since ife on earth began. As the marine organisms liv- d and died, tlie water became chemical broth enriched with ecomposing hydrocarb o n s. "hese cily residues are lighter Van water, though possibly hey found a way to sink and mix with the soggy mud. Mean- me in many areas, the rest- ess earth lifted ancient sea eds and covered ttism with ew layers of dry land. In many regions, vast depos- o of marine residues were rapped underground. Many vere so near the surface that IB volatile hydrocarbons per- olated through the rocky pores md escaped into the air. Other deposits were sealed below in prisons through millions A years. Tlu's occurred when he organic residues saturates shale or other porcus vhich were scaled below a dense roof of, say, granite. c e Through tho ages, this bur- ied treasure was processed by neat and pressure. In some de- posits, the fossil fuel became oily petroleum. In others, some of the lighter -hs'drocarbons rose up and formed pockets of natural gas on top of the pet- roleum. Ar.d in some regions, the ingredients formed vast deposit1! of only natural gas. There the gaseous hydrocar- bons may be trapped in frac- tured underground form a lions and pockets of natural gas are found here and there at dif- ferent levels. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. Beach, California S2WI.. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) MY GREATEST PLAV WA "SOU AMD LOST.'.'- THE VJOfUD WILL NEVER SEE, IT TMEYSWVTHAT rOEVEP. HA.TH A LOVE STORY BEE M WRIT THAT COMPAP.ETH ARCHIE-By Bob Montana ARCH.l'fA UST STAYING! OVER AT YOUR BAG SO J HOUSE! CAN'T YOU NOT ROU. IT CLIW6ING TIGHTER? 1- fif. EVEREST HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browne WE HAD A KEEN TIME AT THE'Y, MOM.' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal HAGAR the HORRiBtE-By Dik Browne LETfe 6TILU HOT 66T PIP OF THAT APMOP PLATE YOU tIKE SOFT, FLUFFY THAT How VoUGOTPAPDY? V YOU A PdfJT TH6EE... THlUli op SOMETHING BUGS BUNNY C'MON, MOVE I'M PER V CASH CUSTOM- IN CASE VOO'JZE INTEREST-J-'g BRUSH WORK <1, 1SMT BAD BUT WUS SEMSE OF TIVE AMD CO-OR CO-ORDINATION NEEPS SOUS IMPROVEMENT! ;