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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Friday, 30, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SATURDAY, JULV I Your Birthday Today: If you will open unto the spiril, ihis year comes as a sym- bolic pilgrimmage toward a simpler, easier life style. Others join so that yon are never alone along the way. Mundane matters still need your attention. Today's na- tives infallibly remember ev- erything of emotional signifi- cance, tell few talcs of such memories. ARIES (March 21 April 10) It is better to run a tight circle near home base, than to scatter over wide areas, an unusual lesson to energy There's learn. TAURUS (April 20 May- Conditions are right to follow already set plans, fluent friend- ly co-operation, but not for ex- travagant or speculative new plans. GEMINI (May 21 June 201: Your own limitations come to attention, pose no problem where you have been sensible. It's a great day for settling ac- counts. CANCER (June 21 July Good humor is the only valid approach to today's adventure in living. Secrets pop al around, particularly where you don't want them, LEO (July 23 Aug. Finances may receive a boos from unexpected people. Ex tend yourself to lend the needs of older people while the chance is al hand. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22) The week-end doesn't have a dull moment. Avoid specul. live, overly-complicated plans Social doings work better in small groups. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) For some countries, today i an official holiday. You may as well make it your own leaving business aside, wher ever you arc. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 21) Sensible listening will get yo some excellent advice, bu you'll have to adapt it to you circumstances. It wouldn' work as given. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Get out and away fvoi the people you care about; giv them a break from your habit while you pursue fresh con tacts. CAPRICORN (Doc. 22 Jan. Make tlu's a strictly eco- nomical week-end you will find better uses for the budget shortly than your usual buying. Take inventory. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. For once your normal habit of doing what others find unexpected turns out more in- convenient for you than for any- body else. PISCES (Feb. 19 March There seems no way to evade conflict between various claims oa your time and attention., Start early and stick to your E-ilect plans. SUNDAY, JULY 2 Your Birthday Today: The broadest path now relates to spiritual growth. Personal re- lations run smoothly and quickly into stronger bonds than anybody expects, where any real compatibility is there. Today's natives are usually prudent and. intelli- gent, magnetic in personality, hare of community functions arly and quietly. GEMINI (May 21 June jet an early start, make the ounds of your neighborhood to iscover where you can be elpful. Evening is good for en- ertainment. CANCER (June 21 July Vord from distant sources may ave more importance to you some of the nearby rou- mes. Share experience without u'cssure. LEO (Jilly 23 Aug. Af- er you're done a normal amount of amenities, your part if community rituals, take (ours elf off for a private scs- ion with plans. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. }lear your head and system vith a holiday, no thought of vork, Seek an old friend you laven't seen for a while, com- jare notes. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Everybody will feel a bit easier f you let others make the plans ind decisions while you go along for the ride, so to speak. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. It's a good day to collect re- wards. Relaxation is well earn- ed, but be sure you aren't skimping expected appear- ances. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Make this a serene and quiet family day, with some- :hing a little special for all. Show your feelings by action rather than talk. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You can make today an inspection, of your possessions. There's much picking-up-and- throwing-out to do, and good reasons for doing it. AQUARIUS 20 Feb. Some thought over your budget may start a fresh idea. Gather friends and family about you for a mild celebration. PISCES (Feb. 10 March All promises to be well so long as you overdo no special plea- sure, sampling a little of all those things you can handle with no problem. (1972; By The Chicago Tribune) MONDAY, JULY 3 Your Birthday Today: Prep- aration is important this com- ing year. Most of your plans are revised by midyear, re- quiring new arrangements, added contacts. Many of to- day's natives will move into different vocations. Today's generally enjoy a strongly magnetic personality, can sell almost any idea. ARIES (March 21 April If you want anything done, do LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Creative work is but not much business gets done. Notes made now are priceless later. Extend yourself to en- rich all new contacts. SCOiil'IO (Oct. 23 Nov. Wliile others skip routines and schedules you should keep your share of details clearly in mind so you can pick up after the holiday. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Fine time for self-improve- ment, tests of your skilb, but avoid personal competition for better objective results. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Home and fai.iily affairs take first priority. Skip work routine today. Defer new stalls for next week or later if you can. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. FIRST Side-step pressures; let others pMck up their share of leadership, likely along lines you hadn't thought of, but fea- sible. PISCES (Feu. 10 March Little opportunity presents it- self for immediate application of today's ideas, particularly where revision of work'habits is your goal. ANOTHER JUNE HAS PASSEP, AND I PIDN'T 6ET AW HONORARY TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Rebec- ca Melton, age 11, of Gaston- ia, North Caroline, for her question: Arc there really rivers in the oceans? This seems ridiculous, be- cause a proper river is expect- ed to flow between two banks of solid earth. Naturally there is no solid ground to make riv- er banks out in the wide, wat- ery oceans. But did you ever hear someone speak of the cur- rent in a river? This is the streaming water, flowing who- knows-where. When we refer to a river as a current, we can ig- nore its earthy banks. This sort of current can stream through the ocean like a flow- ing river. The notion of rivers in the oceans is rather fanciful. Scien- tists and other practical people prefer to be more precise which is why they prefer to these streams of water as ocean currents. And yes, in- deed, they do exist. The most noticeable ones flow around and around the major oceans in enormous, swirling eddies Behind the scenes, down in the deep oceans, there are other huge currents of sweeping water, often flowing in the op- posite direction from those al the The Gulf Stream Is the mosl famous of ocean currents, per haps because it was the firs one to be discovered. Back in the 1600s, sailors noticed a pow erful current, sweeping west it yourself, as seasonal disteac- thet Atlantic Jus, tions, holiday-vacation condi- tions reduce efficiency and at- tendance. TAURUS (April 20 May Ufe with friends and, family goes on with much fun. Don't your work, keep a change in mind for tomorrow. GEMINI (May 21 June Your .energy is high and life hard to refuse a favor. ARIES (March 21 April See if you can enjoy just being alive where you are. Try look- ing with deliberately naive eyes, as if you hadn't seen fam- iliar surroundings before. TAURUS (April 20 May Sharing your favorite hobbies and games should be enough. Attend to your accustomed is interesting. Stay'on the sur- face, with as much' distance or movement as .conditions per- mit. CANCER (June 21 July Come forth with your ideas early, defend them if necessary in discussions. They turn out acceptable to all when fully un- derstood. LEO (July 3 Aug. north, of the equator. They tool advantage of its pushing powei when they sailed from the 01 World to the New. Others not Iced a similar current sweep- ing back to Europe frqm of Labrador. Benjamin1 Frankli gathered more details helped to chart the complet current, as it swirls in circle. around Ocean. the North Atlanti t, 50 GUESS I'M PLACING A WANT APIN THE NEWSPAPER! IT ADVERTISES FOR A MAN TO PE MY KUPPVJ...mi.S APOUTALLTHE FRINGE ATTHBENP, NAMES YOU AS THE. ONLY ONE I'LL CONSIPER FOR THE JOP1 I'M SIMPLY FOR YOU TO REAP ITJ BlONDlE-By Chic Young A matching surface current wirls in the opposite direction round the South Atlantic. Two uge Pacific currents swirl orth and south of the equator, i opposite directions. Another h e e Is around the Indian icean. All of them seem to get leir starting power from the rade winds that blow towart he equator. Their paths are governed by the continents, the pinning earth and the prevail ng winds. For example, the easterly rades sweep the mighty Gulf "tream westward, just north of he equator. The American and mass turns most of its current northward as far as Labrador, where a cold current comes down from the Arctic. Near this barrier, the warm Stream veers right and crosses the North Atlantic with the prevailing westerlies. Off the shores of Europe and Africa, it veers south to rejoin tself near the equator. These mighty surface currents seem o go anywhere. But they help to seep the global ocean healthy >y mingling its mixture of wat- IT'S LOADED WITH JMl 1 LAUGHTER AViO -----I TEARS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mor< Walker I FIXED THE SWITCH. TRV IT NCWANP 6EB U'L ABNER-By Al Capp In the 1950s, oceanographers found a deep ocean current in the Pacific, flowing eastward below a surface current flow- ing westward. Its path has been traced more than miles and other submarine currents still are being found and chart- ed. One of them eddies around the North Atlantic, almost two miles below the famous Gulf Stream and swirling in the opposite direction. Questions asfceo Oy cnnrliotl of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 755, Huntington Beaco. California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) Take your mind off office poli- tics, work problems, and let current outines proceed. There is enough to keep you busy all day. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. No business at hand should be publicized nothing official should be pursued. Give any white elephants to charity. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAR1ES H. GOREN 1C imi BY TM CUato TrUww] .WEEKLY BB1DGE QUIZ Q.' l-As South, vulnerable, you hold: The bidding has proceeded: Sooth West North East 1 O Pass 1 V Pass 3 NT Pass 2 X Pass What do you bid now? 0, 2 vulnerable, Ss South you hold: 4Q10643 <3852 OK2 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 2 O Pass 2 N'T Pass 2 A Pass Wlat do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AAI08 09S4 Theiidding has proceeded: North East South West 1