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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Wednaidoy, May 3, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY. I Your hirllidiiv Imlaj: What scc-ms natural early in the year becomes cnil-oi-nlitoe in (hr lailcr mciilhs. Vocational projtH't.s ni'w adivties should pressed vigorously. Some of this year's achievement uill later he seen as lasl- minute. Kniolional experience now ranges uiilcly. Today's natives are talented in Irad- ing, barter arrangements, sometimes advertising. ARIES (March 21 April Take care of the main points and fill in the less important details later. In general it's a normal day of ordinary con- ditions. TAL'Rl'S (April .May Research into unfamiliar infor- mation has promise. Stories You'll ge glad you spoke up. I.IIiliA (Sept. 2.1 Oct. from far mvay or from Ihc past are incomplete and should lie taken with some skepticism. j If you have a clear knowledge CUMIM (Slay 21 .Mine I of the situation, yo.i may well ask a question that could force an old issue in your favor. SCORPIO (Od. 23 Nov. He sure your preparations ;ire all sound before going on with experiments. Critism al the moment is sharp and has an unsound basis. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dcr. If you can finish somc- cr than even technical advice al the moment. Have your oun judgment and pro- ceed vigorously. CAN'CEK (.lime 21 .Inly 22l: i Keeping n close eye on minor j iiems is essential; most things j seem slov; starting, but go j very well once off (lead center. j LEO (July 23 Aug. For once you can find no way to pass the buck. Do what is nec- essary, however inconvenient. then clear up details as if noth- ing had happened. j VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. I Temptation lo clutter your life Iwilh trivia must be resisted. Table of Elements Andy sends a complete 20- volunuie set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Mi- chael Hays, age 13. of West- brook, Maine, for his ques- tion: Who discovered the Table of Elements? in 1869, when he used It to organize the first Tablt of Ele- I ments. True, it had vacant slots. But this great genius knew what sort of atoms should This chart organizes the ele-! pu He predicted that one ments in rows and columns of! be similar to the silicon square slots to reveal their j group, another to the boron properties and relationships. It; gr0up and another lo the alu- is called the Periodic Table of: Elenwnts because it arranges the atomic elements in natural groups or periods. It is based on a natural law that governs all atomic structures. This law Has discovered by a remark- tble Russian chemistry profes- mimim group. Up to then, elements were discovered by chance and no- body dreamed of searching for a special one, with unknown properties. Naturally Mende- leev's prediction was a bold thing up quickly, fine. If it takes many stages, this is not the time to begin. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. i (1072: By The Chicago Tribune) Kndless conversation on useless topics goes on all day. You may as well learn to shut out what doesn't interest or concern you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Skepticism and thorough checking of facts turns up facts that bold your attention. Take a break in later hours and re- lax. PISCES (I'ch. 19 March Petty annoyances should not be allowed to spoil this generally productive day. Avoid any sort of misunderstanding. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Crib deaths lead to parental guilt Dear Dr. I.a ml) Three causes for such tragic events, weeks ago I lost my first and 11 can only tell you that these only granddaughter. It was a j problems don't seem to be in dreadful experience. My daugh- ter said she was fed and bathed at 11 a.m. and put back to bed. herited and it doesn't mean that the problem will occur It certainly does deserve About p.m. she went up-j a lot more study, stairs to wake her and found j I want to emphasize emphati- the baby was dead. We raced j cally that such a death cannot her to the hospital by ambu- j be prevented by the parents lance, but it was too late. The and has no bearing on any doctor told us this was a crib i known aspect of parental care, death. Could you please write Parents suffer needles anguish something. It 'has worried me after this type of a mysterious ever since she died as to what could cause this. It is such a shock when a baby is fat and healthy and only two months old to die suddenly. Dear Reader Yes, it is al- ways a terrible shock and dis- appointment. Fortunately, the cnemistry pro es- d ,he searcn was appoimmem. rommaier, me (or, who used it to organize the f unknnwn ele-' condition is rare. Several dif- t: _, fr--l-l- _r Oil 1O1 lilt. ulltuluull tit- ____ ments he described rail him Dmitri Mendeleev though his name has several other spellings. Chemists of the 1800s were in detail In 1886, silicon's relative was found and named ;'germa urn" dieted clemenls were discover- fercnt theories concerning this problem have been studied. VTi- was attributed to an event, thinking if only they had done this or hadn't done that. Dear Dr. Lamb am 73 years old and I am in good health, but I have been both- ered with a hernia for the last three months. I am wondering If I am too old to have sur- gery. Dear Reader isn't such a thing as being too old to fever of excitement concern-; cc] placed in their waiting ing atoms. When the century i Si0ts. They were named "gal- began, they_had identified only j Mende- leev's periodic law was proved. still were empty his chart and his Table of Elements a major remodeling. Later the two other pre-1 enlarged thymus gland, the! have surgery if it is indicated, gland lying over the heart! Of course, each case has to be which is exceptionally large in evaluated on an individual basis about 30 different ones. By 1817. the list had jumped to about 50 and the researchers understood that a basic chemi- cal element is made from atoms of the same kind. They also knew how to measure Hit there spaces later was children and diminishes in size with age. The exact way it was felt to cause death was never completely explained. A rent theory is that the airway regardless of whether the pa- tient is a newborn or more than 100 years old. In general, peo- ple we consider very old can tolerate minor surgery rea- becomes suddenly i sonably well, and some can tol- perhaps by spontaneous clos- crate major surgery. It ure in the larynx area. This Our modern Periodic Table has evcn while a baby atomic weights fairly well. By of Elcnlents is based on atomic was nursing at the breast. 1829. it became obvious that the known elements should be organized. It seemed sensible to list them in order, according to their weights. Several methods live charges of the protons in the nucleus of each different atom. The century tables were based on atomic weights because the electrical structure organized the basic list in Of yle atom was unknown. They rows, curves or columns. And worked fairly well because in almost every system revealed: most cases, larger atoms family relationsliips in cle-! with lots of charged particles ments of certain weight groups. I tend to weigh more. Atomic This baffled everybody through structure was fathomed early the next 50 years while the list j in this century and it became of known elements grew to 63. obvious that the Table of Ele- for rig DETROIT (API American auto manufacturers and tire makers share a common prob- Often the charts had to lie re- ments should be based on the ]em__trying to guess a couple of modeled to place a new atom whole numbers of protons in years in advance what their No doubt there are several amazing what can he accom- plished today with the modern advances in surgery and medi- cal support. "ins guess answer in its proper slot Meantime, at the University of St. Petersburg. Dmitri Mcd- eleev felt certain that there was a natural law behind the scenes. All the elements must be grouped by this Periodic Law. The breakthrough came the atomic nuclei. Questions asftea by chTTrtien of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beacii, California 92643. (Copyright Chronicle) 1 ublishing Co. 1972) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN Tribune North -South vulnerable. South deals. NORTH 4 S3 EAST