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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Your birthday today: Brings the first of many challenges to mind and intui- tion. Early in this coming year, you must rebuild, take an entirely new track if you are going to prosper. What- ever else you do. you must seek growth of spirit in a steady practice of medita- tion. Relationships thrive ac- cording to what you put into them. Today's natives fit in almost anywhere, but usual- ly have personal reserva- tions on most of our customs and rules. ARIES (March 21-April It's a quiet time in which you can get by with the least that is feasible to do. Take time for reflection; count your bless- ings; think about what you may do next. TAURUS (April 20-May Neglected home chores are easily attended in the slack of this lazy Sunday. Turn out your plan replacements; clear oat any possejsions which have lost their purpose IK your life. GEMINI (May 21 June Be up and about bright and early. Make all the rounds: j and old friends; organize com- petitive sports and games, fa- vorite pastimes. Later, find a party somewhere. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. The consequences of your past actions now catch up with you. It is likely you will spend most of this Sunday trouble- shooting, making adjustments, correcting slips that you let pass earlier. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Self-improvement, healthy con- cern for your future, ought to control the main outlines of your program of activities. So- cial doings are apt to be on the slow side, Which is just as well. MONDAY, SEPT. 3 Your birthday today: The growth of reason keeps pace with that of intuition in your strongly developing year of personal adventure. Early plans translate reduiiy into action, particularly where the achievement of added stalls and resources are concerned. Trs fine nu- ances of relationships must be dealt wuh as they reach critical levels. Today's na- tives are one of a kind, very often mystical. APJES (March 21-April to do and what the problems may be in the near future. You have about a month for getting on major changes. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Running beneath much of to- day's surface are your plans for action in the next few days. Contain your impatience until others are back at their accus- tomed posts and able to re- spond. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Express yourself al- truistically. Forthright declara- tions of feelings clear the air, make for progress in unexpect- ed places. Intrigues are all about, most of them personal, and harmless fun. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. The inspiration of the mo- ment controls the important experiences of the day. Travel is favored, but requires an ex- ceptionally early start, perhaps some deviation from the most direct route. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Resolve to leave material concerns aside all day, wheth- er you're planning a coup or staving off difficulties. Joeus completely on being sociable, sharing the good things of life with those you cherish. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 'Work or business enters into GEMINI (May 21 June Your cheerful attitude and ac- tive promotion make the differ- ence wherever you go. Some arrangements, spoiled by whims of others, can be saved by your good humor. CANCER (June 21 July Extra preparations are neces- sary for all plans, with little time for sorting out backlogs, delayed projects. Asking for help gets you some, but does not excise laziness on your part. LEO (July 23 Aug. The lighter side of life still holds your main interest. Serious ventures are shorthanded, busi- ness hard to get moving. See that your home and those in it are in reasonable condition. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Strive for the long view, rath- er than get entangled with cur- rent trivial details. Show your awareness and acceptance of the needs and views of those you cherish; find some com- promise LIBRA 'Sept. 23 Oct. There's no mistaking the urgent nature of today's belated moves, but there are more open than you at first im- agine. Choose the course which takes least energy, fewer peo- cheer yourself and "hers with In America, this is Laoor Day, whatever you're doing. 801113' pie. the good news at hand, Young-j a holiday not calebrated in j echo or repercussion spurs dis-1 SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. many other countries, sent. Be sure that whoever CA-J There is advantage for you in at work or play, you are dis-' pected more of your attention the uphill push to get the wort- h-acted by novel ideas or per-1 knows exactly why things were weeic> such as it is. under way. sonal trivia. Some contusion of postponed. Offer appointment upon cjear terms so there er people show remarkable en- terprise. CANCER (June 21 July Your inner serenuy reflects in external fortune, and life comes a bit easier this Sunday. If jou're travelling, an early start is important, for it's apt to be a long day. LEO (July 23 Aug. At an easy pace, take up these ne- glected bits of correspondence, social amenities, get them set- tled. The quiet developments in jour mind are more important than entertainment, excite- ment. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Now you have a calm interlude m which you can survey your progress, think about your re- sources and how you are to use them. Express jour feelings to- ward loved ones, quietly. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Itecent developments begin to seem normal and you are on a fresh cjcle of evolvement. Your thinking now goes to fundamen- tals, and what you do about them gels right to the core of the issue. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Being a little aloof spares you needless movement; you needn's get involved in the restless schemes of those about plans requires others' co-opera-1 tor future. Uon. TAURUS (April 20-May j just a littel loss of self- discipline, you can push psople into lelhng you almost anything just to gee you to calm down. Easy does it; let things umeel naturally, at their own pace. GEMINI (May 21 June You're si ill on the high and j comfortable side of jour short- term cycles, and should delight in the pleasantries of the oav. Being away from your accus- tomed haunts necessitates be- ing careful about directions, landmarks, and checking o i transportation. CANCER (June 21-July This seems mainly a long, TUESDAY, SEPT. Your birthday today: Notning is to be taken for granted in this coining year of interplay of personal and caresr interests. Every min- ute is filled with action or pressure. Being straightfor- ward, telling your story as it truly is. makes the only real progress. R e lationships suc- ceeJ if you cope with dis- tractions. Today's natives are changeable, have a taste for pcetrv and music, find beauty everywhere. AROES (March 21-April It seems difficult to get the complicated youih day. Be in- j necessary work routines start- formal, relax personal ds- personnel absent mands. Get into me spirit 01 (cr unaccounted for. Set no ul- thmgs. Outdoor p y.-nes, timatums. Make do with what feasible, are most inter- fliere is oniy fiubtle adcjlUons time for enterprises which do come fiuentiy now. interest you. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. jn the midst of social i Being in the swing of things means going along with the general drift, co-operation between people with similar in- terests. Pace your efforts, tak- ing a long pause from time to time. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. It's time jou caugnt up with your share of social ac- tivity. Mix new acquaintances business ideas entsr the dis- cussion. Talking shop is okay if all present are involvfd and interested erwise, rearrange can concentrate on one or the other activity. LIBRA (Sept. 23 let. j Your resources take an upturn I as you get a fresh perspective on what you have been trying Ask Andy Glaciers GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN O ItH, Tkt Tribune WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: A943 OK1062 The bidding has proceeded: North East South 1 A Dble. What do you bid? Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: Pass What do >ou bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: A7S OKQJ109 AKJ 9 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East J 0 Pass IT 1 A Pass Pass 2 2 A What do you bid? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: AT B 5 0AK S 5 2 AAQ10 u The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 0 1 Past 2 Pass 2 Pas? T What action do you take? Q. 8 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: A10642 <2KJ1085 A7 The bidding has proceeded: East South West North 1 A Pass 2 A Pass Pass r What do you do" for answers MondcjjJ Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Shirley Reimer. age 12, of Linden, Al- berta, Canada, Tor her ques- u3n: (What processes propel glaciers to move? A glacier is made of ice I which, as wa know, is very sup- j pery stuff. When you step on a smooth frozen puddle, your feet slide and glide under your own weight. A glacier is built from snowflakes, which are as- sembled from tiny ice crystals. Every year enormous snow- falls add extra weight and the tiny crystals are crushed flat. Geologists suspect that their slippery surfaces force a gla- cier to move under its own weight. The earth depends on team- work to perform major pro- jects. For example, several fac- tors work together to make a mighty glacier move as it does. Modern earth scientists think that the job would be impos- sible without the help of zil- lions of slippery little ice cry- stals, cru flat by countless tons of frozen snow. As they slither over each other, they cause the great glacier to slide and glide, ooze and spread. The building of a glacier be- gins in some region where sum- mers fail to melt the winter snowfalls. Year by year, the frozen snonw accumulate in a thick layer. Its weight exerts enormous pressure on the deep- er factcis ucclue where and how low. Some of the massive ice i sheets of Greenland and Ant- arctica exeit a pressure of more than seven tons per square foot on the earth be- neath. Newly fallen snowflakes are lacy hexagons, assembled from miniature ice crystals and min- iature aur pockets. In time, the fluffy flakes become small granules of dense frozen snow. Some of this melts and refreez- es. Next winter the surface is buried below new snowfalls. Year by year, the snowflake crystals are crushed below deeper and heavier layers. Gla- cial ice is classed as a fra- gile mineral, unable to support its own weight. When a glacier becomes 200 to 300 feet thick, the slippery crystals in its in- terior cause the whole mass to move. This theory explains how a glacier is able to move oth- er factors decide whers and how fast it moves. The great icefield of Antarc- tica covers hills and hollows over an area of some five mil- lion square miles. This mighty mass moves by pushing out from the center, oozing and spreading towards the edges. There its lofty cliffs of ice are smashed and shattered by the pounding sea. As great chunks drift away in icebergs, more ice spreads out from the cen- ter. Questions asKed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) POWER ALL W UH YOU CAN SET SI6NAL LITTLE LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp f-WHO WEARS A v- CHRYSANTHEMUM. TVV MILLYUMA1RE }S MERELY KIDNAPPED TH'APHTD KILL SOMEOME- -TO FIKD OUT WHAR EANAMA A SALES HAS WE'LL FIND TME APE TMAR HIS WE GOTTA PORE -LOWER V.P EVER HE BAKSAMA IKSSTI ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HAGAR the HORRlBlE-By Dik STRAWBERRY WHAT HAVE YOU ear OVER. THERE? LAST TIME i HE SAID THAT, HE WAS TAPING HIS INSTRUMENT.' HE WAS PUTTING R CELLOPHANE TAPE ON HIS CRACKED JUGHEAD SAYS TO COME ON HAVING A JAM SESSION.1 HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SETTINie SO i.1 CAN'T <5ET DONE RI6HT THESE WHAT'S WRONG? j RECALLS? BY THE MARRIA6E COUNSELOR FOR REPAIRS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal HE PEVEIOPEDA AWCTW4R- HEAP ROCKET THAT IS SO KILL W THE WDRLCU TIMES JTHE PEOPLES' OVER MIMA C? BUGS BUNNY 1 HOP'S MY TOSSINS ANP TURNINS ISN'T ;