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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 IfWilDG! NERAID Solu'dny. February 19. YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON si'Ninv. FI.R. Vmiv hirllwlav Rc- ocin. J" i n'i r! c v i v r nn Twlty's lii-c.- HIT in a I for nv-O'iircc1''. 'jflcll pivrn lo nic'nlM nml financial sprriilalions yrmr 'i. AIIIIOS (Miirrli v y M-IMC nn-1 Ilii- (n'li.-. uf UMII Sun- s.U.rn Mill's l-j-ll'-r. rnn'i.-aly. ilallicr- 'i'M'lil'S 2M i- (iKMiM IM.-H ;nJ: r.r I'lonn I- :iri- all !0 'i i a Iri.-'-.lfn! frv-r.rl. U.M rr-h. r, f, vi: o; !i-t JO f '.luni- 21 Jiih 221: c Try soir.clhing un- there-'1; a rea: A f-iM-ijiir n hr.h and ac- PISTES I'j-.Mai-rh reel ansver the raw. V-, n.-ioiiwjs h.v.'c r.nv. i an a j.-.iVI tble eourie th-r.k ocfore I'. iL-K'.il. mr-lb'.v c-nporit-r.c-'. a rose reac' I.I-O o'jr home f.: SK YEERSOLETHE RESTO'MV LIFE.... CHi: ,-ITOJWI you IMS Uok thru >o'jr home h'.-trd your f-irrcnt o[ Triliunc) for safety, extra find a nev.' audi- MONDAY, FKI1. 21 Your hinhdday imlay: Your '.'car one i'.'i; (.IT a nir.i.' rc-ptrlwru or litUc of hclji. The rhicato i nbor.f VIJtfIC) I 2.T Sept. Tl-.f-re s m'rc satisfaction in i campaign for increased rioinil .somcthinj; for yourself c a r e c r blability. at your ov.-n in-, sounder r-----'-' BEETLE BAILEV-EV wc AND NOT FOR JUMPING OVER, pack cnndlei as they come off conveyor belf a! a planl in Erqiand. The London by a coal baj a boom in candir-.mul'ing, wilh ihii parficuinr firm alone f-roaucing a haK-n-.lllion candles o day. Heart pacemaker .sores life infant 26 hours old nilCAOO 'Rf.-uKT) Sur- I planting an aL Sinai Hospital to Hio rhild's life of nn in- art IK it was diK-losM f.'snl only hfiurs dW, lc. itn- 'f-lic np'-r.-iiion on Tonnica pcnfjii in l ho u'orlrl in lypt1 irajnr .siir- gc-nr. p'.rfornifxl .Jan .11. "She is in fjcfjil Sjtarwood >r jllltUf! OOj b i a few (Jay.-.11 said Dr. Tbjina' ntiffcK. (if I ho. siir- I fliTJ.'n :ji Mount f ,-tnfl Mffjica] ihc S'Vl'M, TliiNinR in Tonnic.-rs rrK.ili'-r. Alic- KoM'-nay School -r, fjf arl.if.ri nl hirih Thr- hnnic i-f-CMitly, Span'.Y.-od .Jun- pr.unrj lr, hfl ior Ixjys lost hath rn'ls nf n f-ir lu-f-Mli her in Rsim-i firrmpinf.' fnvcrmr-re. raui'lh' won bolli pruiifs, K Ton- first -11-.'JO, n nira had n f-Mlarcr-'l I'f-arl a- lar sclirdulM ;mrl a a frxin niial d'-fcfl taking Ihc serf UK I cnci.'iint'T ron.-, jn.r In I IIP firM tr.'iMH- anrf a m.nxurn1 lo ,i at Inlf rai fur iln- 'vinrcis U'lth fn.- n f' p fi j n I s ulnlc I., flyiu.'.s' in cvc in v.ilh fivi; raip iij'l I-'ov If'.sciN. Ijilnnrlf; in ir-a: a rnllcfU-fl H, fr.llfwrl hy li.c ma1. J'anii'f, Muiifly Tr.'ivi.s, flcclrical ij'naK i'> iu-ari. [iniiK each. in plac-f, Hi'- rale tft In Ihc .'.ccnnfl tfamo Sparv.'oorl hfai.s a lu.'iiutc lf-1 liy a at half lime. Thn pafrinab-r IV.T. I; v.-.-i.s hich .scoror (or! in rui'-rc wilh poinl.s whiln i crfd hy lun hall'-rics Mundy v.-ilh nine points Jinrl Tra- vis fiU. wyro liij'Ji for j Specific gravity Andy sends a complcle volume set of Lhe World i Encyclopedia to Fritz GCT-ald. age 14, of Mullens, South Carolina, for his lion: iVlial exactly is specific I gravity knou1. more or Ies5. w'liat gravity is. But the word ''spe- cific'' means something in par- ticular or something spe- cial. Here it denotes a particu- lar quality of gravity that can be iLsed to tirade the weight or 1 den-shy cf different substances. Tlie specific ily of water U rated as one pud specific gravity of gold is ]9.3. Tjiis means that under slar-dard conditions. p'Jre Rold weicris 10.3 times more than an equal of purt v--alcr. i on Ibfi surface of O'ir planet gsl their weight from the earth's force of gravity. Their weight, of course, de- pends on mass which is the amount of matter occupying a certain volume. know from experience Lhal some Mib- stances weigh more for their Cork is lead heavy. This quality is caller) specific or density. It dL-nolcs the prctisc ratio of a I body's mass lo its volume. fjeclogy books give the spe- cific eraviues of minerals and metals in figures and decimals. I JiLc I by skimming notos, v.e cfni coridude thai larger numbers go with hcav- ier substances. But it's nice to j know how the experts arrive at their figures. The scale is based on the weight of water, measured under one atmo- sphere of pressure at 4 degrees crjnti grade. This gives ihe style urA1. of one. The of oilier substances are com- pared with equal volumes of may FiKpcct that heavy lead tops Ihe .scale. Us specific p.ravilv is v.hich makes il tinu'-s denser than waler. E'lt gold rates which mtans ;l weighs 19.3 times j more an equal volirnie of v.alcr. is ra'-ed 10.5 and f-oppor is 3.9. These metals are lighter than lead, but still quite a bit heavier than water. Platinum, vr.ih a specific gn-W.v o; 14 is denser than lead but le-s deiLse Lhan gold The quality of density de- pends on tin.- partic'es of mat- in a. suhsianc-ri and hov.- are arranged. In heavy substance.? are crov.-dtd close toguher.'ln light gases. Ihe separate molecules are -.'rcwn apart. Th c scale; uork.-, line for yjjids and liquids. It work for nfc-x-s. th'j i; is more convenient in these lighter tl in water .sub- stances by tho liicr. The rztios of specific gravity are based on the .Archimedes Principle. This is named 'or the Greek scholar who figured it oiir. way hack 200 B.C. At thrtl time. Ihc king of I'ist new crown nol the pure go'rl he l-sd paid for. Archi- solved ihe problem when his tub slopped over and j an idea popped into his head. J Ho thr: his body displaced n f_riain vriiuno of v.aler. Ik- tfjstorl various substances and figured a way to use v.aler to test their different rJen.siue-s. Tho v.-as dur.ked and its weight compared with an j equal volume of gold. It weigh- ed less than it should. Tlie "oldsmilh had altoyed Ihc king's pold with silver, v.hicn weighs less for its size. i CJi.iosUnns asTiefl iiy cnlldirn of Hrralrl readers sriOLild "DP mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. IJox Ilnnlinglon Picacn. CiJlifoniia LI'L AENER-By Al Ccpp PANTLELSS.isvo? -OUCM.r.r- HE ARCHIE-By Bob Monfana N VO'J f DON'T 1 K WHEN YOU GO TC0.1F YOU] I; vC-> I" f.M BED, DON'T YC JU'SHEAD.' AS ?J j A CLOTHES GuD CLOTHES l LOCK I WWNKLED.' j SO j s HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLKS II. GORKX [C itn- BI Chluia TdbwMl V.'EEKLY BRIDGK QUIZ