Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI UTHBRIDOI HERAIO Thursday, April 5, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY, APRIL S Your birthday today: In- troduces a year of expansive busy growth. It may be diffi- cult to find time for study, to acquire new skills, or to prac- tice them. Today's natives are resourceful, intense peo- ple with strong preferences By JEANE DIXON and usually specialized voca- jtend to be volatile. It can be SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. lions. i stimulating day if you aren't in i However you go about the day's ARIES (March 21-April Your pleasant mood converts to- day's light trend into a persona! a hurry. work, it's not going to balance. GEMINI (May 2l-June i Make decisons early and stick Re self-assured and yet gentle to them. picnic. Bring in friends, leave' as you take full advantage of' SAGITTARIUS (Nov. serious business aside. i a oeak in vour persuasive pow- Be alert for a sudden move serious business aside. i TAURUS (April 20-May Tred lightly because people Ask Andy a peak in your persuasive pow ers. Cooperation is short-term. CANCER (June 21-July You can rely only on yourself, this day makes conflicting de- mands on your time and atten- tion. Pace yourself. LEO (July 23 Aug. 22h Your friends are full of wild It's an arthropod Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Donnie Severs, age 11. of Des Moines, Iowa, for his question: In what group do the spiders belong? We are told that spiders are not insects. This is true because of basic physical differences, :-uch as an extra pair of legs. However, spiders and insects are cousins, once or twice re- moved. Both belong in the enor- mous phylum Arthropoda. which means the animals with joint- feet. The bodies of arthro- pods are encased in jointed exo- skeletons. This feature makes them different from all other features. A spider is an arthropod, with .no internal skeleton. Her soft insides are packed neatly in two sacks, which form her out- side exoskeieton. Her head and sections are united to form her cephalothorax, which is stashed inside a shield called the carapace. Her round ab- domen is held in a bulging bag from either partner or compe- tition. You have plenty to do and continued special applica- tion is needed. An old friend awaits your advice. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Make your bid for your share of pooled resources. arid and livaty schemes; check scholarships, dividends, facts. It's not so much decep- whatever is owed you. tion as misunderstanding. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Self-expression is vivid, lous of the exquisite tapestry that she tore it to shreds. The girl Arachne hanged herself in shame, or so they say, and the noble Athene recovered her usual dignity. To make amends, she changed the hanging rope into a fine silken thread made Arachne into a spider. All the spiders belong in the Arachnida group and it is safe I to refer to any one of them as an arachnid. However, t h i s i group also includes many spinning members of the phy lum arthropoda. Hence, the Arachnida class is subdivided into several orders. The spiders belong in the order Araneida. The name of their group is bor- rowed from the Latin word for spider. The Araneida order is sub- dividied into smaller family groups of similar spiders. One family includes the fascinating trap-door spiders, another in- cludes a group that spins fun- nel shaoed webs in our cellars and attics. The furry fearsome tarantulas belong in the fam- ily Aviculariidae. Their family name means the bird spiders. because some of them steal Put business and important planning aside as much as you fluent, and probably near your highest creative levels today. can make today a personal hoi-' Career building efforts pay off. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 291: LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Survey what you have and You can learn much from j whether it's arranged as you watching, your fellows at work want. 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