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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Junt 10, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN 6 D1XON SUNDAY, JUNE 11 Your birthday today: Marks a moment of transition as you move into a long phase of seeking simplicity of habit and spirit. Tangible possessions become less im- portant, and you find better uses for them. Personal rela- tions emerge clearly. Today's natives have nimble minds at an early age. ARIES (March 21 April There is not much to do this Sunday, so you may as well show your face and best attiro in your community, make the rounds of your friends. TAURUS (April ZO May 201: Getting out early lets you in on surprising information. Follow- ing a full normal Sunday rou- tine is quite satisfying. GEMINI (May 21 June Correspondence, budget ad- justments are suitable topics For today. Keach out to make contact with somebody you really care about. CANCEH (June 21 -July Full participation in whatever social activity is available brings you access lo useful in- formation. Excursions are ID order. LEO (July 23 Aug. There is a streak ot satisfaction and "luck" running through this pleasant Sunday's social adven- ture, with its endless round of conversations. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. fn general, business is better left out of Sunday goings, but tliis time it seems likely you can do something that is not Nature keeps balance Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Wil- liam Booth, age 10, of Char- lotte, North Carolina, for his uestion: How does lliu air keen Its oxygen-nitrogen balance? We know that enormous quan- tities of oxygen are consumed every day by plants and ani- mals. We know that living cells-must have nitrogen, all of which comes indirectly from the air. Yet the basic ingredi- ents in the atmosphere do not change its ratio of nitrogen and oxygen remains more or less the same. This impossible situation is maintained by re- cycling, by using and reusing the same basic In different forms. ingredients The earth has a fixed quota of about 92 chemical elements. But these assorted atoms are kept extremely busy. For they are the basic building blocks available lo construct all the earth's countless solids, liquids and gases. The system mus work without wasting these basic materials. Nature does this by using chemical reao tions. Atoms are united in mole- cule packages to form com pounds of different substances When their work is done, mole- cules are broken apart an tte original atoms reused t construct other useful com pounds. This system Is used to main tarn the balance of nitroge and oxygen in the air. It oper ates constantly on a globa scale. The fine details are ver> complicated and it may take long time to complete them The raw materials are take from the countless tons of nitro- gen that make up three fourll of the air and the oxyge that makes up about one fourt] Each day, a certain q u o t starts a cycle of duties on t! earth. Each day the same quot completes a cycle and returns to the air. The nitrogen and oxygen cyi les are necessary to suppoi all tho life processes of plan and animals. However, hot operations begin with the plan world. When plants use carbp dioxide lo make their food, molecules are broken apart an some of its oxygen atoms r turn to the air. Other comple stages may be Involve'd. B as a rule, the oxygen cycle less complex than the nitrogi cycle. This is because plan cannot use nitrogen in its has form, and its compounds a built into materials that take long time to break apart. Various operations can fix e air's nitrogen into useabl ompounds. One starts whe .earing lightning forms mole- ules of nitrite In the air. Thi ashes into the soil where i an be changed to nitrates hich plants can use to buil nd grow. Animals eat plan nod to build and grow, loo nd finally all these materia ecay. This is when the origin a loms separate and the nitri en cycles back to the air. Naturally the nitrogen an xygen cycles are enormous 0' rations. Each involves a verj omplex series of chemic hemical changes. What lore, the basic gases may ycled around by differe hemical routes, or run throug he same route several tim jefore returning to the air. B n the average, the returnin ;uotas equal the quotas settln orth on the next cycling oper ions. Questions assea fey cnlTdicn of Herald readers should b mailed to Ask Andj, P.O Box 765, HunHngton BeacH California 92M8. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) xm to you during the week. LIBUA (Sept. 23 Oct. lere is enough to more than Bcp you busy all day. Select mt subjects you will pursue, id get with them. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. greatest interest exists ut of your usual company, here you can't go in person, ou can study or communicate. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Forgive, be forgiven in re- urn, but make the first move, dditional unders landing rings changing attitudes and mpler demands. CAI'RICOKN (Dec. 22 Jan. Use your increased energy reely, get something stirring mongst your good friends, erhaps making a journey to enew contact. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. What you do now sets fu- ure emotional expression, e business aside for what ou really want, say some- iu'ng important. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Home and daily living circum- tances should flow comfort- ibly along as you put things to ights, one thing at a time. MONDAY, JUNE 12 Your Brithday Today: Some new experience is mainly in- ternally directed, concerned with immediate personal con- tact, settling to hanging pat- terns of daily routines, per- haps in an unaccustomed dwelling. It's a challenge to keep material concerns with- in reasonable bounds. Today's natives like to develop pet theories, including suppor- tive arguments. ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19) Keep your work going right ii spile of distractions. It's bette to do a small amount well thai to take on too much. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Travel meets delays or goes aside from its original pur poses. Be prepared to take u unexpected mailers for longe hours than usual. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) The more intimate the relation ship, tho more likely a passin disagreement. Don't let anybod talk you into spending ove your budget. CANCER (June 21-July 22) People resist any unusual thoughtless move on your pa: Mechanical contrivances wor erratically, can be hazardous beyond usual. LEO (July 23 Aug. Confidential matters come un- expected into public notice. Check your information well be- fore moving on it. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sepl. Your impulses tell more of your real nature. SeeK a moment of' complete privacy in which to gather your thoughls. LIBKA (Sept. 23 Oct. People in officiaf positions seem lo be less amenable to sugges- tion than usual. Your own reac- tions to annoyances are quick. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Gelling in a hurry is very little help, not a substitute for ad- ance planning. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. In financial activities use our own resourcss rather than he almost certain disagree- ent of acting on behalf of thers or going partners. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Pressure for a final deci- should be o u con will see life in slightly dif- crent colors in a very short ime. AQUARIUS (Jan, 20-Feb. Mth inner serenity you can unclion well despite turmoil. V h e r e interruptions occur, make them into vacation ireaks. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Asking too much of yourself sets up a game ia which you >enalize yourself for being no nore than normal. Be realistic 1972: By The Chicago Tribune DIP I, an: THERE'S (ANOTHER AHJTHERGIKLINOIKXGIRI.? CAMP WHO KMWS fflttX.) SHE HAS REP HAIK, AND SHE 5AIP SHE USEPToeoTOTHE SCHOOL WITH CHUCK- WHY ARE HW 3 STANPIN6 wrm WBJ HEAPA6A1M5T THATTRSE7, TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan KNOT MANY PEEPLE AT THE CONSERT BLONDIE-By Chic Young -SjJ I MR. BUMSTHACJ, I STRAIGHTENED UP YOUR TOOLS AND SWEPTAROUNO THEBENCH ear, ELMO Airport security f hiked SUDBURY, Ont. (CP) Se- curity precautions have been in- creased sharply at airports in Montreal, Toronto and Vancou- ver with special attention to flights leaving for "sensitive Don Jamieson, federal transport minister, said here. Mr. Jamieson, in Sudbury to announce a airport expanision program here, said particular attention is being paid to Israel's El Al Airlines when the craft are on Canadian soil, in light of the recent ter- rorist attack at Tel Aviv airport which resulted in more than 20 deaths. I ALSO OILEO YOUR LAWN MOWER AND SHARPENED-, YOUR HEDGE I TT4ANK t CLIPPERS 1----' I YOU I'M VERY PROUD Y OP YOU, YOU'RE GROWIWG UP TO 8E A FINE YOUNG MAM MIX ON THE O5ATOR.Y- BET FIFTY CENTS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker IVE COME TO REPLACE TVWr SCREW IW YOUP CURTAIN FOP, GENERAL LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp Little red school house hit by increased urbanization By KEN POLE EDMONTON (CP) The tit- le red schooihouse has joined :he inkwell in dusty oblivion, trampled by increased urbani- zation. More and bigger educational persons, Is million. The taxpayers wonders where il's going to end. Provincial Treasurer Gordon Miniely outlined a "major re-or- dering of educational priorities" when he introduced the Progres- facilities sprout like mushrooms sive Conservatives' maiden into municipal skylines, closely followed by soaring costs. Teachers and other staff also cost more and taxpayers yearn for the days when they had rel- atively tight control. The education portion of Al- berta's 1972-73 operating budget is million, 34.7 per cent of the total. Most of it, million, is for grade schools. The other million is for universities, colleges and techn- ical schools. To this must be added the million allotted for uni- versities' capital spending. The tola: educalion tab, at tne provincial level for one year in a province of about 1.65 million budget in the legislature March GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN 10 Itni If TH CfelUH TrlWNl WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ 0. I Neither vulnerable. You are South, have 60 part score, and you hold: