Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 24

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD Monday, April 23, 1973------ YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN0 DIXON TUESDAY, APRIL 24 Your birthday today: This year sparkles with unexpect- ed adventures. Personal re- lations thrive despite inci- dents of rivalry. Today's na- tives have strong appetites, need stimulus and the mod- Ask Andy Planet ingredients Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Mel- anie Austin, age 14, of Marshville, North Carolina, for her question: What are the planets made of? The basie ingredients are, of course, atoms of the chemical elements. About 92 different elements were used to build all the materials that occur na- turally on and in the planet Earth. Some or all of these same ingredients were used to make the other planets, though the recipes vary. The starry suns, the planets and their moons are made from a limited list of basic atoms. Various super-heavy, ra- dioactive atoms may exist, per- haps for brief moments, in the nuclear furnaces of the stars. A few top-heavy atoms exist as radioactive substances in the cool solid crust of the earth. But most of the planet-building elements are atoms lighter than uranium. Each becomes! solid at its own freezing point and turns to gas at its own boiling point. Aside from tem- perature, the solid liquid and gaseous states of matter also may be changed by pressures. It is more-or-less established that the sun and its planets condensed from the same enor- mous cloud of cosmic gases. Its major ingredient was hy- drogen and most of this be- came concentrated in the sun. the cold and various things hap- pened to change their original gases. For example, the bulk of earth's ingredients ccndesned in a solid globe. Several light- er ingredients escaped into space. The earth was left with more than its share of heavy e'ements, such as iron and nickel. It weighs 5.5 times more than an equal amount of water, and is the densest of all the planets. Venus also kept a lot of dense, heavy ingredients. Its thick suffocating atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide and more than 20 times heavier than ours. If Mercury has lead, the sun melts it in molten pud- dles. Each of the large outer planets is somewhat Ike giant Jupiter. Jupiter keeps a goodly help- ing of its hydrogen and other light gases. Moderate helpings of iron, silicon and perhaps other fairly heavy elements may be concentrated in a small central core. But Jupiter's over- all density is 1.33. This means that its total assortment of planet making ingredients weighs only slightly more than an equal volume of water. i Intense cold and mighty Jo- vian gravity do unearthly things to substances near Jupiter's surface. Thick clouds of meth- ane and ammonia whirl through the turbulent atmosphere. Rain- drops and snowflakes of liquid and frozen ammonia may shed thick soggy layers on the sur- face. Under normal earth con- ditions, this ammonia and me- eration of close, dependable a'liances for long-range suc- cess. AIUES (March 21 April Beware the practical harm in it beyond the folly of your immediate reaction and Icis of p.-oductive time. TAURLS (April 20 May Deliberate answers bring re- sults, off-the-cuff opinions stir extra rounds of talk. But there's no such thing as the last word today. GEMINI (May 21 June Ease tensions with a journey to unaccustomed places, but re- sist temptation to splurge on luxury items. CANCER (June 21 July Personality clash seems almost inevitable be sure your patience is sincere and lasts as long as others'. LEO (July 23 Aug. Any program you follow en- counters interruptions, excite- ment. Be practical, avoid side trips, casual wanderings. VIRGO (Aug. Sept. Everybody you know has a dif- ferent plan. It's easier to let people scatter, using the oppor- tunity to do something you've been wanting to do. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. What seemed settled yesterday doesn't today. Another day's waiting on a purchase may be justified. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Emotional surges bring you into mood-peaks, may precipi- tate action. You may find you've committed yourself with- out thinking. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Balance accounts, check your budget, but wait a day before making changes. Mevi- while, care for the needs of those you love. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your high tide of personal opportunity continues with some new wrinkle, an interest- ing side-issue which changes everything. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Be brief and to the point. Take into account that people you don't know may have ways of thinking you can't compre- hend. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Yesterday's trends continue with a bright lacing of humor. Laugh but avoid being flippant, because there's a serious un- dercurrent. 1973, The Chicago Tribunfe WOODSTOCK WOULP HAVE MAPEALOUStf MOTHi TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan PEHOL'J A LIKENESS O'ME VISAGE ENHANCIN' YON POSTERi... "WANTEPI SNAKE-EYE McFOUL! PER SHAKEPOWN, PANK ASSAULT, CRUPE..IXONPUCK UNPEGOMIK'A BLONDIE-By Chic Young Some hydrogen and perhaps 1001 thane 'would be eases. pr so heavier elements were distributed between the sun and the planets. On the sun, nuclear fusion began convert- ing hydrogen too slightly heav- -ier atoms of helium. Meantime, the planets orbit- ed at different distances out in Questions asked by children of Herald readers should bp mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. Hnnticgton Beach, California 92G4S. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Mental health and the moon GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN itn, TIM Tram BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. open with one ipade. partner responds two hearts, and you hold: OAJS What do you bid now? must deliberately avoid lie rebid of two spades, inasmuch such rebid denotes a medl- acrn opening. It )s distinctly tr.ore Important to describe the itrength of jour hand rather than tee solidity of your suit, that your very good major suit should be suppressed In favor of two Do trump rebid. Q. 2 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: frK63 CJA10753 0853 The bidding has proceeded: Ssuih West North East Pass Pass 1s? t What do yon bid now? hearts. Any desire lake drastic action could only have been Induced by possession of the fifth trump, which mav be good to the fyt but hu little practical value. If you trans- posed the three of hearts Into the diamond section >ou wouldn't be at all Impressed with your holding, and yet it would be vir- tually as good. Q. 3 EastWest vulner- able, as South you bold: The bidding has proceeded: West Korth East South INT Pass Pass Dole. Pass 2 V Pass What do yon bid now? What do Ton think of four chances of going fame? A moment's reflection should make It clear that they are practically nonexistent. A smattering of high card strength from partner would be required, but U he had that smattering that yon are looking (or he would have left In the double of one no trump. II be has nothing but length In hearu. raise by jou to three of the malt, could very readily posh his> overboard. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: C'K7 The bidding has proceeded: Rest North East South 1 O Pass INT Pass 2 l SHE ME WITH A CS VEHAKA AND HE WTME V.flJJ T BUGS MINNY SVIVESTER MEET HIM HERE! I WONPERWHAT TH'AWLS? MOKROW, I I 600P I V SIRE! A HiWN'OUTJN THAT TSASH WITH THE NUM3B2 OP GZEPrrORS I HAVE TTS A MATTER OF "KEEPOUTJ J- OF SIGHT OR KEEP MOVJNS1'i ;