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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May 12, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN 6 DIXON SUNDAY, MAY 13 Your birthday today: Be- gins a long run of incidents of healthy personal change, mo- ments of memorable emo- tional expression, triumph over past diffculty. Today's natives have quiet working skills in politics, social cau- ses, sometimes are reluctant to become fully involved. ARIES (March 21-April The morning situation is best kept light as you repeat fami- Ask Andy Minerals and rocks Andy sends a complete 20- voluine set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Scott Smith, age 11, of Tulsa, Okla- homa, for his question: How do minerals differ from rocks? Bricks are bricks and houses are houses. Leaves are leaves and trees are trees. So it goes with the minerals and the rocks, at least for most of the way. However, in a few cases a rock may be called a mineral and a reasonably pure mineral may occur in rock form. But most rocks in the earth's crust are composed of assorted chemi- cals called minerals. An ama- teur rockhound may refer to any sample as either a rock or a mineral. A real pro knows which is which. The solid globe and the fluid seas are composed of inorganic chemicals called minerals. Al- together, the earth contains about different minerals, though only about 100 of them are here in large amounts. Most of them are chemical compounds made from mole- cules and all the earths compounds are built from few- er than 100 atomic elements. Most of our familiar minerals are found in rocks though Today water is classed among most common minerals. A sample of ordinary granite is classed as a rock because it is bulk from a little of this and a little of that Ite plum- pudding texture is a mixture of assorted small chunks of various minerals. It may con- tain raisin or blueberry type nodules of the minerals horn- blende or feldspar. Gritty grains of hard silica are mixed in the recipe and perhaps a few flakes of glassy mica that sparkle like diamonds when eunbeams strike at just the right angle. There are about 100 differ- ent types of rock and granite is one of the best examples. It is found everywhere as peb- bles and boulders, in massive hulk? uplifted to build moun- tains and in massive layers un- derlying whole continents. It was formed when molten magma erupted from the bow- els of the earth. As it cooled, the various chemicals in the molt- en mixture solidified at differ- ent temperatures and formsd nodules of different minerals. Each batch formed from a unique mixture and though all granite is rated as rock, no two deposits are exactly alike. liar Sunday amenities. Gather- friends for an exchange of views. TAURUS (April 20-May Begin with an expression of faith. Afterward the day is full of surprises, uninvited people, switches of arrangements. GEMINI (May 21-June Being the subject of fun and games may not be comfortable, it may be inevitable. Nothing to do but make the best of it. CANCER (June 21-July Sunday comes with the blessing of serenity. Enjoy what is hap- ter life. The only rule is to learn by experience. Today's natives are mentally active, busy on a dozen lines of in- terest most of the time. ARIES (March 21-April Even trivial matters turn into commotions today. Patience is rewarded, haste penalized. Find the faults, but do nothing dras- tic TAURUS (April 20-May The week begins with intangi- ble resistance. Retrospect will give you a better view of what! you are reallv f-it NEVER FALL IN LOVE WITH A pening, contribute your crea-j GEMINI (May 2l-June live flair toward constructive You are apt to find a discrep- goals. ancy today. It's good for a biz- LEO (July 23-Aug. The arre joke, but requires serious intangibles of life are foremost, corrective effort. j The less you tinker with ma-; CANCER (June 21-Julv terial concerns, the better, i Poking through mementos items TUMBLEWEEOS-By Tom K. Rvan THIS MONTH THE COVgTEP PUCK FEATHER GOES TO THE TRIPE'S CRACK PeifcCTlVE i THAT CLIENT CLIN6IN' CLUE CLUTCHEW THATTRACE CHASIN' CASE ACEI THAT BWIE WAITER j eXPOSITORY I NAME YOU INPIAN OF THE MONTH! of Take care with travel plans. the past turns up items that VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. i could be profitable. Allow time While fulfilling your share of i for unexpected activities. weekend customs, give thought j LEO (July 23 Aug. to your resources and how you Trends indicate a difficult may turn hobbies and unused workday; nobody is wiliting to items to cash. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. You're high in your cycle Of up to your find others betterment. Live ideals you'll favor you. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. It's time for quiet enjo} merit, thanksgiving for blessings you help. You have an opportunity to solve an old problem. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Very little goes as scheduled. Try an easy-going attitude. You benefit by learning the inner workings of minds and ma- chines. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. BLONOiE-By Chic Young usually take for granted. Let Your streak of luck changes. I T _ i. __11 _._.. _1. _ i ___ ;__1__i others make the today. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Social goals may be for- j mulated and progress made.. Celebrate this special Sunday with open expressions of love and joy. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Put aside material con- big moves 1 Let well enough alone, includ- ing letting ethers settle their own conflicts. SCORPIO (Oct. 21-Nov. mulated and" progress made. Once you get through the cross- currents of mixed routines, you have a good opportunity at hand. Plan for early action. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Delayed reward for past cerns, see the open gate to a achievements brightens the more spiritual way of day. Be alert for opportunity of- ACTUALLY OUT WORDS CM TVA- i BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker it, allow freedom for others to do likewise AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Your faith is visible to all This is not true of the miner- j but you. Be open to greater al ingredients in the granite j trjltn. willing to evolve Select n history TODAY IN HISTORY By THE CANADIAN PRESS May 12, 1973 Robert Baldwin, joint pre- mier of United Canada with Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine, was born in York (now To- ronto) 169 years ago today 1804. Baldwin and La- fontaine provided a model of racial co-operation and each was once defeated for Parliament and then elected for a seat from the other's province. The second Bald- win-Lafontaine ministry, of 1848, passed the Rebellion Losses Bill and established the principle of responsible government in Canada. le n Fairclough, former state secretary, be- came minister of citizenship and immigration. rock. Take for example the sili- ca. It is made of molecules, each of which is a specifically constructed package of one I atom of silicon and two atoms I of oxygen. Silica molecules may i be used in gritty sand, clear I quartz crystal and dozens of I other substances. All of them have similar properties be- cause all are the same basic 1 mineral with the same basic molecules. i i i Rocks are made from min-1 erals and the majority of min-1 I erals are made from molecules. Of the or so minerals. I fewer than 100 are made net from molecules, but from i atoms. These are basic chemi- cal elements, such as pure gold and silver. All the atomic ele-j ments in the earth are rated as minerals so are all the in-1 organic chemical compounds. The or so rocks are mix- tures of these various elements and compounds. Questions asxcrt by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. EOT 765. Hnntington Beach, California 9264S. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) with care a symbol of your love. PISCES (Feb. 19-March On this rich and varied Sunday many facets of your life come to sensitive expression. MONDAY. MAY 14 Your birthday today: Finds you solving whatever "prob- lems'' you thought you had and proceeding toward a bet- fered by a friend. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Events of the day move i quickly. Avoid making any final j decisions or establishing speci- fic limitaticns. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Moderation is your best route. Something you thought was finished has to be done over. Change little and future revisions will be easier PISCES (Feb. 19-March Intuition leads the way. Find a short cut during this day of deliberate restraint. Fretting over details helps nothing. 1973. THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE OUT ON BIVOUAC 1 x JUST SLEEPING IN I FEEL IN U'l ABNER-By Andy Capp COLUMNIST'S NOTEBOOK GOREN ON BRIDGE CHARLES H. GOREN e CMatg TrSltn. WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 1074 010872 The bidding has proceeded: West North East fionth 10 14 Pass Pass 2