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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope ByJuneDiiM JULY 21 Your birthday simplification are your bywords as you continue your encounter with today's confused world. The story is the same on local neighborhood levels as on national or larger scales. You have much to particularly in the latter half organizing details to your specifications. Today's natives work in such a way as to escape changing courses on impulse. ARIES 21-April An early start gets you through the customary Sunday observances Later in the day you have to take special care for the sensitivity of those around you TAURUS 20-May All seems fine early just be prepared to turn aside from a sudden squally mood. Use your most persuasive coaxing to keep things on the track. GEMINI Zl-June Relax while less agile minds sort out matters which puzzle or proceed with your own affairs calmly. Travel only with extra courtesy and caution CANCER 21-JuIy Your money has swift wings and your wallet no safety catch working Those who care about you don't need extravagance to prove your feelings. LEO 23-Aug. You're noi exactly easy to get along with so hold up a give yourself and others a better chance Later hours reward you for self-discipline. VIRGO 23-Sept. For single Virgoans this Sunday is memorable in its potentials once the morning is over For it's a good workout in traversing the extremes of ongoing relationships. LIBRA 23-Oct. Get off by yourself when you can and relax Your friends tiave a tremendous amount of energy to burn off no harm no great gain. SCORPIO 23-Nov. Set yourself on the right course of self-discipline in a personal appearance. The several phases of this interesting Sunday follow swiftly SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Curb your impatience The day grows richer in experience and excitement as you pursue long loped for goals ventures. CAPRICORN 22-Jan. You must lay out extra .-ash this in of unplanned jeneficial circumstances Be j good go ahead without naking a fuss AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Seek co- jperation Much patient explanation is needed among Certain people Attending icaltli conditions is worth ail r'our too PISCES 19-March Avoid emotional stress physical fatigue by simply sitting out earlier esolvmg to take your time vith those things you decide to lo. Court rules housewives have value TOKYO The Supreme Court ruled today for he first time that married vomen's housework has nonetary value and awarded he parents of a dead .choolgirl The Supreme Court revers- the opinion of the Tokyo ligh Court that women after narnage were ncomeless The case began in 1965 when i seven-year-old schoolgirl vas killed by a truck. Her tarents filed a suit against the rucking company for ompensation for the md profit she would have eceived after marriage J'LABNER JULY 22 Your birthday Opens a year in which any search or self- improvement effort yields un- expected benefits. Material affairs require much scurry- ing to keep them coherently organized Relationships are subject to exciting extra travel Today's natives either collect or one extreme or the ac- cording to the special qualities of their birth years. ARIES 21-April An early start and persistence are essential to your success today and all week Do your best in good Send some rememberance to your beloved. TAURUS 20-May Nothing comes out exactly as but no harm is done Give romance a second chance Keep busy improving home and work situations. Take extra rest and retire early. GEMINI 21-June No speculation or short cut is quite what it appears Be sparing in the use of generous in affection and sympathy. Settle domestic questions despite demands of work CANCER 21-July Personal needs take early priority Then gather those close by for a group effort. Get a lot done on the work at hand before moving to expan- sive plans LEO 23-Aug. Im- patience upsets your progress if you indulge yourself. Easy docs it' Give people a chance to respond. Don't put out cash for any more than you really need to buy VIRGO 23-Sept. Get ztep the obtain what you want without spoiln.g anybody's enjoyment of life Spending impresses certainly not those who know you LIBRA 23-Oct. What you've been doing begins to bring results. Act according to what you see for yourself Group concerns offer food for little chance to solve problems. SCORPIO 23-Nov. Differences easily arise over money Social affairs are fun but apt to run over your budget Keeping up with the Joneses is expensive just don't try SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Proceed at full speed to clear away the most important chores early Look over your available decide how best to apply them CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Interruptions for social activity seem probable Get routine work done as quickly as you can Expect no special consideration from family or relatives AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Build reserves today never mind fancy frills of speculations that tempt you Hold purchases to immediate needs only. Change of scene and activity can make later hours happy PISCES 19-March Emotional expressions can't be passed over lightly. Respond at once with recon- consolation Your patience and care redeem your faults Flashback By TKE CANADIAN PRESS July 1974 A bomb attempt on Adolf Hitler's life 30 years ago today in 1944 failed as the remnants of the German sought to bring about a coup d'etat The fact thai he had escaped death was unknown to the who were quickly rounded up and executed. Hitler was frightened by the and instituted his last and most savage purge in which thousands of persons were shot Ask Andy SALT Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students.Encylcopedia to Janise Meyer age of New for her question. Is it true that salt it made of it is true that ordinary table salt is made from two separate ingredients that are hazardous to human health But salt is not poisonous and our bodies need a daily quota of it The safety secret is in the key words The wizardry behind the scenes is one example of how two chemicals can combine to create a substance that is en- tirely different from either of them. Let's not give up salt because it is made from a cou- ple of poisonous substances The finished recipe is perfect- ly safe and absolutely necessary to human health. The two hazardous in- gredients arc the chemicals sodium and chlorine The recipe that changes them into ordinary salt is called a chemical reaction. Chlorine is a greenish suffocating gas that irritates throat and lungs Sodium is a soft silvery hot tempered metal which can burn the skin or even explode Both sodium Water program resumes EDMONTON Alber- ta's minister of Hugh Friday an- nounced the resumption of the livestock water supply suspended at the beginning of this year when available funds used up.' Under the program applications for representing had been averaging per farmer. These grants used up all the funds budgeted for distribution in 1973 and 1974 Dr Horner now has arrang- ed for million in ad- ditional funds for distribution in 1974 and said George agricultural engineer with the department. The grants cover 50 per cent of the to a maximum of that a farmer may incur when developing a water installing pumping and pipelines ditching for pipelines or well digging and chlorine are chemical each made trom its own atoms. The structure of these atoms makes it possible tor the two hazardous in- gredients to combine and form molecules of safe salt. When this the basic chemical elements are tran- sformed into a chemical com- pound. To understand the we should picture the two basic atoms involved. The atomic number of sodium is which means that its tight-fisted nucleus contains 11 positively charged protons. Normally this positive charge is neutralized by 11 orbiting which are negative- ly charged Two electrons oc- cupy the first complete shell. Eight electrons complete a se- cond leaving a lone ranger to start a third. Sodium is chemically active because all atoms strive to complete their outside electron shells. The atomic number of the element chlorine is which means its nucleus has i7 surrounded by 17 swarming electons. The first and second electron shells are completed with two and leaving seven in the third shell which needs one more to be complefe in order to complete their third sodium needs seven more electrons and chlorine needs The problem is solved when one atom of sodium and one of chlorine combine to share their one and seven electrons to form a complete outer shell of eight. To do the pair of atoms must lock together and share the same outer shell No longer are they separate atoms that behave like hazar- dous sodium and chlorine The combined pairs are molecules of ordinary with a very different chemical life of its own. When a sliver of hot- tempered sodium is dropped into a flask of choking sodium pairs of peppy atoms combine by themselves. Soon they form a pinch of ordinary salt. the whole things happens on a sub- microscopic scale. The number of tiny molecules needed to build a grain of salt is plus 24 zeros more or less The same number of sodium atoms and the same number of chlorine atoms were needed to build it 10 plus 24 zeros of each basic in- gredient asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN Tftt Tnbm Q. as South you 4A VA62 The bidding has South West North East Pass 24 Pass 9 What do you bid Q. as South you 44 VAQ87 4KJ764 The bidding has South West North East Pass 14 Pass INT Pass Pass What do you bid Q. you 4k A6 VAK8 4AKJ983 4K7 What is your opening Q. as South you 47 VK8732 4A1092 The bidding has North East South West 14- Pass IV 14 Pass Pass What do you bid Q. as South you 475 V1043 The bidding has proceeded. 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