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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 IFTHBSIOC-E HERAID Wednesday. January 14, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY Your come into extent lice as the it is up t.-> you niece your expr Tod-ay's natives fund of appeari to don fir its ARIES i March Nobody is to vour resources protection, speculative urges. TAUKl'S i April Tr.e endless roil" JAN. ?5 uv-'-ay You Ive ao- luv.virds. and what will be. are inventive, r.g unconven- experimenia- sose. :i April 191: tip you off reed special against your May ids of reoeti- lions talk do no h.irni. but your impLi'-onco coiiui work agninst Ocsirable you ne-.-d to retain. GEMIXI (May -1 June 1 Detours, delays, purchases a bit out of line with what is ac- [unL'y needed, these are the drift curronts of the day. CANCER ljuce 21 July Extra endeavor along career lir.es tips a balance for future development. Distractions are on ail sides, so don't add to LEO I July 23 Aug. Seek dignity in. the simple peo- Ask And pie around, you. see that the gveat are no more worthy, re- solve to find your own claniy of spirit. VIRGO (Aug. -3 Sepl. Being overly concerned with details can lose you the broad-; er perspective on where you, are going. Time out for medita- tion. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You coaimesce to prevail and time is on your side more than ever. Creative efforts yield unusual results, are useful. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 NOV. 2P: Ycur natural tendency toward steady pressure rims to possi- ble excess state your case. save vour energy. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. :ii: A little cash in hand pro- vokes a ar.d it's gone uiih Lille 10 5Jow icr it. Farnil- ar hobbies are preferred. CAPRICORN (Dec. Jao. j Friends and family are more or less r.t locse ends, with nobody but you to be of much getting ihirgs to rights. I (.Ian. 20 Fob. ISi-. Some pel iheory of yours encounters a test, and it's >our responsibility to be sensitive 10 other peoples' reactions. I PISCES (Feb. 19 March Ask questions. Then proceed af- j ter you have satisfied yourself i of the direction of what you are trying lo do. 1573. The Chicago Tribune TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. How light travels Antr." ser.cs a complete 20- volune_ set c: the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Darre- lene Jer.es. ar.? 13. of Leban- on. Ohio. for her question: In what direction does light travel? A beam of light aims to tra- vel on arc or. in a straight line. But along its endless route, i: usually bashes into various obstacles in its path. What hap- pens depends upon the type of collision! The original travelling direction may be changed. Bui resreiv is :he original speed re- duced more tram a trifle. Late !n 1372. scientists an- nounced a revised figure for the speed of light. It is 299.7K.- 456.2 meters per comes to miles per 6Mond. This is slightly faster than the previous, less precise figure and is thought to be ac- curate to I.! meters per This speed is somewhat "no'-, strearr_s through 'he air and im-cii Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Jan. :4. 1ST] The boundary between Alaska ar.d Canada set- tled 70 sg-: a vcte of an inter- c a ticca! Lflrd Alverstor.e of Britain with U.S. ers against Canada'; claim, causing strong resentmen- The initial c'isputa over the bo-mcnr-- of "he Alaska panhar.d'e during the Klondike sold rush oi 1698. It -vas. 'dissipated in the long nin. rr.ore by ami- cable I'.S. rela- lioDj icaE ty :egal settle- of the international border. "rtins-Lon Church- ill died, aged 90. 133J-An esuraated 30.0CO persons died in an esrth- quaJie in Chile. was re- named Leningrad Li honor cf the Soviet Union's foun- der. first boy scout troop 'oucded in Eng- the Great, King cf Prussia, was bom. slower when it angles through, water. Litrbt sets for.h from a sourc of energy, which must be some j svbctar.ce that is hot enough to flow. It fans out in straight 1 lines, spreading tb.rougbi larg-1 er and larger spheres as it gees. The light of a star may ;oDtn through vast oceans of SDtice with very few changes in its original travel plans. Most of the light shed by our starry sun is destined to travel on and on in straight lines. A 1 very small portion cf its rad- iant energy falls upon our smzi! plarec. where different destinies await it. Some will s'rike mirrors azd various other smooth, list, shiny sur- faces. These are heac-or. colli- sions thzt force the light rays to reverse their cUrK-rlor.s. They hcraee b.-ckward and show us reflected images. Severn! changss occur when smi-tes a lake. Water is a denser msiimn than t'-e air. for.x-s a reduction -bar. -i miles per second. If a strikes the oi the o-.errtnc. ti ntny h? to straight down ike a sharp rjrn ar.ri cor.ttrr. ne down. 1- E different cirec- chacges are called refraction. Far more comrlicsted changes occur when various ffamres of a hint -earn sep- arate. This is and it 'tyrcims w'-en dif-ere-t to dis- the colored spec- trum. harp-ens becomes visible when light strikes a prism. Its assort-er.it ct and wave'.en'Tt'ns nr? bent ?.t different ancles. This ar.i seres them off ir, alfere-r.t directions to stances cai'Se man-. other changes in the direction oi a lijht Lnterterer.ee corurs when two light beams tar.gle together. I; the trctirhs snd crests, of their w-Eveisrgths co- innide. they reinforce each ether. When the troughs and crests are out o: harmony, they cancel each "ther out. T h e colors on a soap bubble are caused by ir-ierfsrsra- eat i angles warelenrihs in ciffer- j eni directions. Questions asked by children of Hersld readers should be i mailed 10 Ask Andy, p.o. Eoi T6.i. Hnntington Beach, i California i (Copyright Chronicle Pnblishinl Co. 1073' Caffeine affects blood circulation Dear Dr. Lamb I am writ- b; to you co'fee ard e'i'ec: 03 tos blood pressure. You wroce ui columa thai it was not good for the diges- tion, but I would like to bww wte i' dos to your blood pres- sure as well Reader Tlie principal effect o; coffee on L-e rircula- tcry sy-siem is from its csf- feL-.e Caffeine belongs io the eroup of brain ram-ulac- ia tiruas" caiied anaieptics. which inc'iiides the ampheta- mire group kr.own "speffl'1 or "uppers." The effects of caf- feine on the heart and tircula- :cry system are highly var.- ah'e. I: will ca-jse some of the arteries '.o dilate. I X Past 5 A Past Pass Pass Opening lead: Ace of South corr.bincri a good sense of limi.-.g with ca.-eful conservation of his resources to negotiate the 11 tricks required lo lar.d his five club conlract. West opened the ace of hearu ard wr.cn his partner .cd with Ih, nine, l.e Continued with jaeic whirh S-iuth 'r.o ciuS1; his right, he decided to pro- ceed with caution. A dia- mond was led lo the ace in order to return a small spade duir.n-.y. East chose to discard a heart and declarer put up the king of spades. A srr.ail spade was ruffed with the jack of cluhs. closed by ieadi.-g Ire tive of c'.ubs t.i the ter, ar.d South'; re- maining small spi-Je was trumped high again with dummy's king. A club put declarer in to draw the out- standing trump with the ace ar.d queen. The queen of spades and the ki.-.g of ?cored his 10th ar.d llth trices on the deal. I: South ever attempts 13 cash a second high spade from his hand, he will fall short of his goal subsequent- ly because East will trump away one of declarer's win- ners. As ths pl.iy developed, it would n-t helped East to the sec- ond spade lead, sinco South would have followed with a small spade from his hand. Declarer is row in rosi'.ion to draw trump pulis and discard dia- mor.rls From (iiiT.my on June anrl r.f spfic' ;'o TORONTO 'CF1 A lie-de- tector test sho..-ed that Mariiyn Lastmtan was telling the truth wren she she was kid- -snred ard held by abductors a ago the fo- the Lastmar. family said Monday. At the same time it was an- nounced that her millionaire husband, o-sner of a chain of stores and mayor of the Metropolitan Toronto trough of North York. of- t'eting a S50.000 rew-ard for in- formation leading to the arrest ard conviction d the ren-. Tr.s Metro Poh'ce Commission his tnade a S.5.W1 re-ward offer. Barry Swadron told a news ronterence at police headquar- teri rhnt the po'-'graph test at the CLarite Institute of Psy- showed Mrs. Lastmcr. was telling the truth when she she sras kidnapped. she believed rinrs val- at SSSft) had been "in her at the time of her abduction last Monday; Mrs. Lastman had toid police "all significant facts'' re- garding the kidnapping. Mrs. Lastman, who dis- r-npeared fo- more than lO hours Jin. 15.. told prnice that kidr-ippors got the rir.es ar.d a pronvlse oi more money. The rings were discovered Thursdav in a bedroom draper at the Lastman home. I CRF.D FROM HOMH Mrs. La.stman wa.s lured from rcr home by a telephone caller who s.iirt her husband had suf- a ho.Trt Tho rnilpr .1 '.iiv.iid pick up .irrl l.iko iior In tl.o iio.'r.it.li M.. said the. tests r-onductcd Srilurday Kmneih McKnight, head of 1 liie institute's forensic depart- msst. crying a tive-cour ses- sion, i He said the test was rot Uken for the bereft! n police.but he- wanted to allay media sceptic- ism that the kidnapping had taken place. Deputy Chief Eemard Sim- mons said Police iniresiigatioii is corti-iuing. Composite draw- ings cf the two men Mrs. Last- man descrlh-trf will be made, he said. Ths mayor's wife told pouce her abductors made a tape recording of her voice asking for SEOO'.Kfl ransom, but the ransom demand was not pressed further Mr. Lastm.an told reporters the kidnapners had injected or pretended to i-ject a poison into her wrist and said she would die. within 43 hours unless. Mr. Lastman paid an S300.9X) ran- for an ar.tidote. Laf'nian showed trn rouse the nieht cf ths'kid- ui a tasicap after, she the kidnappers drcpoed j ner off in a midtown under- crc-jnd garage and told he- to wait 23 mir.ules before movir.e. Will sell story MONTEV1DF.O 'AKP -Unit- r-H STi'iis hnvp offr-r- f-J. rp tn for of air rrash in b-- c.-itind liio flo-h of dond rorr the1 I..T M.i- r.ar.a .-.iy: The1 iti'cn.i !n accent one of the offers nr.d m tlio money In help the families of the crash victims and other charitable projects. YOURSELF] BLONDIE-By Chic Yours BAILEY-By Mori Walker N OTTO.' STOP LOOKING LIKE i r VOU'SeSONNA j 'i BITE LT. I i LI'l ABNER-By Ay Copp ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND LOI5-BI Cik Browna N -O 9 SHORT RIBi-By Fron'< O'Neol BUGS BUNNY ;