Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
J8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Solurday, May 6, 197J YOUR HOROSCOPE SUNDAY. MAY 7 Your birthday lodny: This vear will IIP remember- ed as' one of divcrsificalion, m i x ed competition, perhaps relocation. Whatever you or- ganize carefully and work at systematically picks up ex- tra power. Relationships re- main much Ihe same. To- day's natives are ready sym- pathizers and have a good car for music. AI11F.S (March 21-April Do your accustomed share in By JEANE DIXON CANCER (June 2I July i promise, discuss, lose some f s o. every opportunity lo lime, hut co-operiilc on some- commune w i t h yourself, K- IhinR worth rloing. plore mixed feelings, coir1 C'APHICOItN 22 Jan. the 'community rilnals. Then make a personal holiday of the UDRA (Scpl. M Ocl. rest of it. but include prayer Set yourself aside from Ihe nib- and meditation TAl'Itl'S (April 20-Mav 201: If you are not staying home, [lids. You may be able lo i mi: Home life is more appeal- avoid future difficulty. ing loday. Visiting might in- I.KO (July 23-Aug. Volve rlisillusionments. Time Your pride is on the surface i mli for simple loafing is quite and likely lo lie careless aboui) riglil. money. Gelling anything done; (Jan. 2H Feb. is. of course, strictly up lo you. a rcw very close VIIIRO (AllR. 23 Scpl. about you, compare Keep yourself visible to those I milc5 mutual encour- you care aboul. as comnium- The week ahead cation tends to snag in Ihis1 may In rcalily be helpful, j given guidance and loler-1 anuo. Pay atlenlion Lo lung- range future plans. LKO (July M-AllR. otherwise calm Sunday. seek out relative strangers for an impersonally aloof sort of day. Reflect on recent! While others are mildly rcsl- events. less or running about in cir GEMINI (May 21-Junr clcs, you are likely to over- Don't get upset on learning react. Slow down and let you do not tit in others plans: I yourself rest. make your own. rely on your1 S.AGITTARIL'S (Nov. 22-Dec. own resources. You have a lot Single minded plans sim- to do. ply do not mesh. Consult, com- poses a strong challenge. PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcli Family and community in- terests still take priority, discontent that is around; Yml nlay llavc i0 SCrve beyond what is convenient if sc' so do it cheerfully. Ily The Chicago Tribune) yon. It's possible to serenity in meditation rious study. SCOItPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Dy presenting n bold front you will find co-operation from those who hold p o w e r. Re- view your financial arrange- menls and make carefully planned improvements. VIRfiO (Aug. 23 Kept. Co-opera t i v e ventures arc strongly favored. It is .1 belter lime for atlenlivc listening than for any type of publicity effort. LIBRA (Sept. :n Ocl. Consider your own bcallb and working conditions first. Under present conditions, you can benefit from a reasonable presentation. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 2D- Romance gleams, promises surprises. In spreading good humor, you will be amazed In- _.__.. _____ how much of ils benefieial of lave overexpanded, you must j forls reflect back to your well- 'I being. I SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Per. Bring your problems in'o I any surrounding social i tion and let others trv lo find answers wilh you. The easy j word does il I C'AI'niCORN (Dec. 22 Jan. j Creative whims or changes are inclined lo SHC- MONDAV, MAY 6 Your lj i r t li il a y today: Your spirit is what counts in Hie coming year. Where you hi consolidate. You must reach out to test your limitations. Your friends offer much to- ward your welfare but may waul you to ask for it. To- day's natives have the polen- liai of rising from humble orinins lo lame, political skills. AltIRS (March :l-April Andv sends a complelc 20- volume set of the Merit Slu- denis Encyclopedia lo Ann Marie Wong, age 10, of SI. Catharines, Ontario, for her question: IVliat i.s a galvnnonirlrr? Tlie word "galvanic' to cleclricity und a meter is a measurer. A galvanometer is a clever gadget for measuring the strength of eleclric current. However, clectnc.ly comes You can let others lead with-1 cced promptly, a c c o r di ng to out actually foisting the re- your determination. Express sponsibililies onlo someone j your feelings toward your Earnings follow your cf- i loved ones, forls. aliliough belatedly. AQl'.AIlIl'S (Jan. 20 Keb. TAURUS (April 20-May j The current deals you are Pace your efforts. Co-operation engaged ill are inconclusive at moves wilh Ihe magnet and has lasting and beneficial re-j enough to keep you out of swings its finger across the slllts. Compare notes with peo- dial. The two ends of the wire i pie of similar inleresls. 7 ;coil form two springs thai ad GEMINI (.Hay 2! June opposite magnetic poles, i Do something direct about j When they sense a nearby mag-1 your most annoying problem, nctic field, each spring moves j Accept all Ihe Icchnical advice Ihe yon can find. Others depend on up or down. This make.s pivollng magnet move swing the needle across AC and DC and each type i face of lhc behaves in its ov.-n tricky way. j So to cope with these and oilier problems, the plain old galvano- meter conies in different styles for different duties. A certain j ammeter style shows its face on the dashboard lo tell wheth- er the car's battery is behaving itself. As we know, toasters and ra- dios, driers and dozens of other everyday items use electricity to do their work. Those that run on batteries use DC, or di- rect current thai runs in the same direction. Those that plug into wall sockets use AC from Uie power lines. This alternat- ing current jogs back and forth as it goes. But an expert tester needs to know far more details about gadgets that use both AC and DC. Ammeters, milliammeiers and micrommeters show the current strength in exact de- gree units. Voltmeters show the pushing volt units in a current. Wattmeters show how many watt units are being used by the moment. The simple gal- vanometer is the grand-daddy of these specialists. Most of them use it with a few extras and slight changes to perform making big new ones. Social activities are importanl PISCES 19-M.irch You're off to a lively start! with an idea lhat stirs liuinur and co-operation. Remcmbcr tliat your personal goals must and jour example. come first, the CANCER (June 21 Julv (1972: fly The Chicago Those you see as husybodics' Tribune) The magnetic field around a busy battery makes a galvano- meter swing way over from side to side. This shows thai! the balicry has plenty of stored eleclricily (o perform il.s du ties. But if there is no outside magnetic field in the neighbor-! hood, the needle refuses to budge from the center of the dial. This means there is no electric power either and that poor old battery' is dead. Andy sends S10 cash to Jeff West, age 9, of Ottawa, On- tario, for his question: How do gcodcs lonn? Sometimes you find a rough old rock lhat has broken loose from a nearby lied of sand- stone. If it feel's lighter than il should, it may be a geode. But you have lo cut that hard, rough stone in half lo prove it. Then you see that the inside is lined with colored layers, usually made from hard silica miner- als. Sometimes the center of the rocky pocket is almost fill- ed with colored crystals o! quartz, The earth was able lo create it because moving water dissolves rocky minerals and ds on r get eating tips By GLESNIS ZH.M i have some money and can af- OTTAWA (CP) As thou-; ford (o eat in restaurants." sands of kids shoulder knap- sacks and take off Ihis summer to sea Canada coast-lo-coasl. their mothers will probably worry: "Are they eating special duties and each takes i sometimes has to drop them, a special name for itself. The galvanometer family works because electricity and magnetism are related. Every electric current surrounds itself molecule by molecule. The geode's story began ages ago. Water seeped through the sandy clay, dissolving the min- said in an interview. i work in various youth hoslcls. The money will help provide a offer some grouo counselling counselling service for the Iran- i and listen lo recommendations sient youth on how to eat pro-: from groups, he said. perly on Ihe road, he said. The learns probably will work erals. Some of it got trapped in rcctly from lhc young people. In" exchange for the counsel- both in metropolitan areas, such ling, Dr. Sabry and his teams: as Toronto. Montreal, Vancou- hope to learn about the special i ver and Halifax, and at "funnel problems of transient youth di- points" on Hie road where a lol with a magnetic field that be- haves somewhat like Ihe field around a solid magnet. The op-1 fjs dissolved chemicals and posite poles of a small magnet ]eave them behind. Gradually feel this when they are near these particles lined the rocky an electric current. Scaled in- i pocket wilh hard layers of lini- side a galvanometer there is a ed silica. Perhaps some of them small permanent magnet that arranged themselves in colored senses a weak or strong field j crystals of quartz, around a ueak or strong elec- trie current. Several items are of young people pass through nn roundish hole buried under-- "Anyone working lor Nulri-i area, such as Thunder Hay, ground. This water had to drop lion Canada during the heavy] Ont., or Banff, he ssid. travelling periods of the last 18 i Questions about drugs will be months knows the problems o[ Included, because drugs have trying lo get a proper diet." he.; imnorlant bearing on diets, he said. "And that's even when you said. linked up lo make Ihe galvano- meter's reveal what it kncms. Us JjUIe magnet is a coil of pivoted on a swinRinp bar. This is altachcd to n needle Red China wins friends in nui iim vCLitiuii Miuiiiij ue i t with milk and Questions nbivcfi u of Herald readers should be Box nun'.inglnn Beaca. (Copyright Chronicle) i iihiishing Co. ni7.it GOREN ON BRIDGE South llV CHARLES H. GOREN E Itn: BYTfc ChlUBO TritrHM WEEKLY IIHIDGE QUIZ fl. Boih vulnerable, K Eoulh you hold: Norlh 1 3 A East 1 PflSF) Pass do you bid now 3 NT West 2 A Pass KHAnTOOI. Sudan (AP) ware experts, is on sale along China is using canned milk, toy Ihe East Coast of Africa and pianos and cbmaware lo win i inland. friends among the mothers and j Once Peking was among Ihe children of Africa and the Mid-! suppliers of arms lo the seces-, dla Zionist E r i t r e a n Liberation Where'Peking mice tried sup- j seeking independence tor 11'.lhiopia s northernmost prov- niopia's principal .seaport. Then Elhopia extended diplo- matic recognition to Peking. The bidding has proceeded: jMlrlh East Soulh WcsL 3 A 2 J'nss Tnss Dble. Pass What dn you hid now z-As Soulh, vulnerable, you hold: AfllllT The bidding hns proceeded: JVirlli ICasl South Weil 1 1'nu 1 Pass 2 NT Pass n Pam E NT Pass do you nfnv? n-As South, vulnerable, Tmi hold: AKTCfi.'l "AQS -OAK8! Tl-.e bidding lus proceeded: K.Tl .Smith HVsl 1 A I'nss .1 Past Q. Neither vulnerable, a: Soulh you hold: AIU C7AQ7E3 Entrca- arriving in Ihe area to lend Ihe hungry sick. As Proidenl .laafer cl-Ni- niciry ti'avellcd about the south explaining the new treaty last month, a friendly journalist Three mm die in Monlanii Wh.'U f dii hid now' As ilnulh, vulni'rnble. li.ild K1) AS. 14 3 Tlic bidduiKinsprocicdcd: The bidding has proceeded: East Smith "Host 1 A 2 Jf> PUKS 2 Pnss Wlint tlo you hid now?