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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 54, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, NOV. 25 Your birthday loday: Indi- cations are lor a challenging year o progress. Nothing comes easy. Today's natives are keen observers, with n sense of responsibility lo do something about what they see. AIRES (March 21- April Week-end activity is exception- ally stimulating. Everything you try in earnest produces a strong result. T.limUS (April 20-May 20: Now is the time to talk family budgets, group projects, vaca- tions yet to come, any likely relocations. GEMINI (May 21-June li'iJiiiiiliiiliilllllllW Ask Andy 'V ffi ii' it! iiaiilillillilllllllilllililllia Andy sends a complete 20- rolumc set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Joseph Gross, age 15, of Wichita, Kansas, for his question: What is lire? Everything in and on our planet is created from about 92 chemical elements. Only about 35 of these elements are used to create all its forms of life, Scientists can explain how many of these biochemicals are used by plants and animals. They can speculate how lite or- iginsted on cur planet. But so far, nobody can say what life really is. However, just won- dering about it stretches the brain, warms the heart and helps us to feel at home on Lhis luxurious planet. Our earth is a treasure house of inorganic minerals, such as rocks and water, and non-liv- ing energies, such as sunlight and weather. But its greatest treasure is life which comes in about IVa million different species oE animals and plants. They thrive and multiply, live and die and hand on the mir- acle of life from generation to generation. All living things are made of protoplasm, or cytoplasm, organized in cell units. Their organic chemicals, or biochemicals, change from mo- ment to moment as the living cells respond to their environ- ment, digest and grow and mul- tiply. Non-living things cannot perform these miracles. Yet the rocks, the air and the oceans contain all the chemicals found in living things, plus more than 50 others. The four major ele- ments in living cells are car- bon and oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen. These and more than 30 others are abundant in the non-living of nature. But only the busy biochemicals have the wondrous, mysterious force we call life. I The greatest wonder is the relationship between life and the non-living earth. We are lucky to be alive when for the first time mankind has to face this fact, or perish. We need its breathable air and drinkable water. Most of all, we n e e d lo share uur generous earth with more than a million dif- ferent plants and animals. We cannot say exactly what life is, but maybe we need to keep asking the question. It compels us to accept this most comfortable aspect of life. Sure- ly this is the mysterious union between the earth and her mul- titudes of dependent children. From her point of view, the name of the game is give-and- take, a never-ending changing and exchanging between ttie living and the non-living. Ecologists trace the complex chains that link everything to- gether. All life forms depend directly or indirectly upon each other and all of them depend o nine non living air, water, soil and other basic re- sources. When our mind wander into this realm, th question about life tends to ge lost in a much bigger picture, M Someday scientists may b able to explain the secret o life, perhaps when we have ha< more time to find and fulfl our own role in the enormous scheme of things. Then the an swer may not seem so urgenl Perhaps it will be enough tc know that life is somthing we share with all the plants anc animals. We are all part of i and life is part of all the other infinitely complex bus! ness of this smallish planet. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765. Hnnlinglon Beach, California 92645. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) So much Is going on you can keep very little track of it. Be- ing yourself first and concentrat- ing on what you believe In do- ing pays off. CANCER (June 21-July Complex conditions engender oversights. Where deception Is intended you have little protec- tection. Stay on the surface. LEO (July 23 Aug. Your keenest Intuitions are barely enough to sort through Ihe ins and outs of today's cross- currents. Everybody has his own scheme. VIRGO (Aug. Z3 Sept. Trying to get only the best waiting for a more definite op- portunity cause problems take what's handy and make the most ofit. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Not all business ideas can work out this is a silly season for wild projects. Rely on tested routines and marketing formu- lae. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov. Financial ventures have built- in complications letting well enough alone for another cycle is the most desirable course. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Finish what you've taken on before you involve yourself further. Today's offerings are not what they seem at first. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Assuming that anything has remained where you last saw it is chancy. Expect people to have gone on without keep- ing you informed. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. Theories are shot full of holes or exploded with few alterna- tive explanations handy. Mot- ives arc difficult to assess. PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcll Without knowing it, you get in your own way, work in direc- tions which contradict those trying to be helpful. (1972 By The Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Psoriasis group oifers help i toAltfHIll THEY'VE BUILT A SIX- SmmUNSfiARAg AMGHIICANtSTANPlT.'! TO STUPID PEOPLEJ! VOU'RE PARKINS ON MY TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tarn K. Ryan I HAVE A MESSAGE FOR YOU FROM AUNT HILPESARP, COWBOY: SHE'S VERY VERY MAP AT YOU ANP ASKS THAT YOU PO NOT TRY TO .SEE OR CONTACT HER, INANYWAXEVERASAIN1 H-zf BLONDIE-By Chic Young GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES H. 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