Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ THE lETHBRIDGt HERAID Saturday. No ,einbei 57, 197! SI XDAY, NOV. 2S Your birthday today: Aside from ,i few abrupt incidents, your life and daily living fol- low pretty much the groove you've chosen to create for "yourself thus far. Today's na- tives can tall; themselves into and out of all kinds of ex- treme situations. .Mill's (March 21 April till: Do what your community ex- peds of you, ami promptly. Then set away ami back to your own affairs. TAl'lll'S (April 20 May Put aside critical or cynical at- titudes. around you have more than their own share of unusual problem? CiE.MlM (May 2i .'line 20k Take your time, relax, see this Sunday as a vacation of spe- cial dispensation. r 21 -Inly Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon well now that I "e of good cheer and even "s I''" ...In n KPP11 places is more or less a mirage. UM well now lhat 1 Re of good cheer a e, and work 'w f I holler manners vvhU u ing your ml. mum- March NOV. 3fl time Mini: Ovotie people and Ken. The appeal of exotic pcoplcjmd Electric power Andy sends a complete 20- voltimc set of the World Book Encyclopedia (u M. 11. ul Allentown, Bray, a Pennsylvania, for lion: of their motion is current. the electric ques- j In a small model, the copper disk can be attached lo a hand d turned through the Your birthday today: Your basic urge now seems toward consolidation of what gains and improvements you've made in the past three or four years. Be alert that you never settle for anything less than real achievement. Today's natives like an exact verbal or physical expression; they have a knack of expressing themselves with dramatic flair. AIJ1ES (March 21 April Schedules run to cross-pur- poses. Differentiate between I what is to go out and what is i to be welcomed. Make it a light wait-and-see morning. TAURUS (April 20 c ant mined letic field A large genra-1 Early decisions show flaws A ic m0st at once. Go over impor tant matters later, prepared to do some trouble-shooting. (1EMIM (May 21 June force By midday you've got a dozer I ginning. By evening you'll see somedav scientists will tin- j water may be luiked up to turn j a [or a new set of demand 'the mysterious rela- j a generator. Some generators itself in subtle var-1 UonslUps between electricity 1 use the energy of steam ev _____________ iety on a normal day such as I and magnetism. But lor a long j panding from water boiled by i ____. it gds down to going it this. If vou're not reasonably i timo we have how to use j coal or oil furnaces. In on per. happy, then you're not on the thcrn (0 genei-ate electric cur- j atomic power plant. .nl haps should have planned to do best path. rrmt We know how to transport j Uie heat from nuclear fission hecinning. SCORPIO (Ocl. long distances and is used to hoil water and he; _ Sudden activity may md tap its energy along the steam piped off lo spin Ihe can unprepared. Give everybody the: The king.pm the power J generators. "ltn lnc Dcil 3 right to be themselves, and I svj-tcn_ j, a spinning generator. claim thc same for yourself, j jj ates the voltage prcs-, Andy sends a World Book SAGITTAR11S (Nnv. 22-Dcc. sm-p that sends Ihe electric cur-j Alias to Richard MoCracken. :n: Systematic revisions _.enls through a continuous wire 1 age 13, of Fredericton, New plans seem indicated today as Electrical wiring is I Brunswick, for his question: because t the real difference. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Ort. 22) Life shows itself in subtle var- program i frcsh schedules. Aug Fin. contrive an explosion this morning. LIBRA (Sept. 2.1 Oct. is a grand time for re family and friends in shifts from forces beyond your i to conduct control. Carry on in the best of! c-.rcmi to and from Ihe genera- humor. t CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 .Ian. t are I accumulat ttllc unbroken _ staving home on dark moonless Younger people have needs and j i, i irt n.nbn rii-inc vmi n.nvpii i. taKen into QL generator itscU is rather j nights. we wish to maKc Publisher e 1 simple It has only two major journeys after sunset, ,t is i oar one of them must more convenient to do so when s o in make count. Sa oop more con and make a bnglit full moon lights the changes form press council TORONTO iCPl Publishers of seven Ontario daily news- papers with a combined circula- tion of more than one million announced plans today to estab- lish a provincial press council. The council, which will deal with citizens' complaints against the press and work for establishment of common ethi- cal and professional standards, is expected to begin operations nest year Establishment of such press councils was a major recom- mendation of the Senate com- mittee on the: mass media headed by Senator Keith Davcy, which submitted its report late horseshoe magnet, a large model may use a mighty elec- tromagnet. In both cases, the solid magnet is surrounded by an invisible force field, with lines of magnetic energy loop- ing between two opposite poles. A small model may u.se a simple copper disk, set at right angles between the prongs of the horseshoe. A big generator may a mas- sive arm of copper coils. The two ends of the wire cir- cuit arc attached to the unit, waiting for thc voltage pres- sure to generate the current. Flit if the two parts of the generator just sit still, nothing happens. One of them must move so that the copper con- tinuously cuts through and through' the force lines of the stay home or go out. People of- on what ,on plan nightly gatherings to com harmonize with a bright moon. Ml. t ai mersn ip m dut.a Ages ago. it was decided to set reu n "J thc date for Easter at a lime something to say when the full moon enabled pil- 1 nagc j grims to travel al night. Most people arc set ir ways. After the busy day they go "to bed and fall asleep with- AQUARIUS (Jan. Put a bright and cheery face on all questions and go ahead with bold resolve. Your eo to bed and tan asiecp nun- out noticing the state of the! finest attire adds to the ele- moon for turning people into i lo decide. werwolves and other spooky 1 (1971: By The Chicago Tnbtrne) things. But those foolish ideas I went out of style ages ago, when the majority of people i became more sensible MAIN STREET OF MVD 1 he Ontario II said i! will be j members, professional journalists and rep- resentatives of thc public. It will have an independent chair- man and all daily newspapers in the province will be invited to Publishers who joined in launching the project at an ini- tial meeting here this week were: Mark Farrell, Windsor Star- vV J Blackburn, London Free Press; E. H. Brantford Expositor; E. slicing generates voltage pres- sure. The voltage organizes and pushes electrons through- out the cirant and the eneigv Questions asucrt u.v nnllrtten of Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Bos 765, Huntington Beaca, California 32643. (Copyright Clironiflr Rhodesia declaration spells out new deal New detail'! A white paper, published by i which entitles ihom to choose settlement with the British government, also set I limited number of representa. Closed today that i forth a new declaration of rights lives, cations for "blacks designed to protect Ihe liberties I This is being replaci GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAR1.KS II. GOREN It Br The Ch.on Tnwntl WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: West North East Somh Pan Pass Pasi 1 rasn 2 3 nbl'' Pan t What rto you bid ww? Q. As South, vulnerable, ynu hold The bidding has proceeded: Kouth Wrst North East 1 f, Pass 1 Pi" 2 NT Pan .1 'i What do you bid now? p. Bolh vulnerable, Poulh you hold: Tnc bidding has proceeded: West North East South 1 A Pass Whr.t do you bin1 Q. As South vulncrnblc, hold: 4AQ.IIO 3 082 The bidding has proceeded: North East South Went 1 Pam 1 4 A Pass What do you hid now! Q. vulnerable, South you hold: OUWE UP, DEAR. OF WATER, WOULDW'l A GLASS OF WATER SETTLE BAUEY-By Mort Walker THAT'S Ill ABNER-By Al Capp .-THEYTHOUGHT HE 5O5T OUT LAFFIto; IM THAT ROLLICKIN' VVAV O' HIS'tJ-AKJ1 ARCHlE-By Bob Montano WHY IS OH...JUSTTD IT ON THE 1 LET THE KIDS SCHOOL j SEE AN OLD- FASHIONED POLLUTEF YOU THAT OLD SLEISH HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns IWONPER IF I HAD MV LE6S CROSSED WHEN I PUT THEM ON WONDER: YOU'VE GOT THEM ON SHORT RIBS-By Fronk O'Neol WELCOME DID VDU DISCOVER ON PLANET EARTH 5 MY, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL t ir-m et-iM_. T X'M WETURNIMS THIS PARROT AMP I WANT MV MONEY BACK! _' WHAT'S YER BEEF, In In.jO one of Victoria's main th'm-ouahifarcs. Fort Street, had a roadbed of boulders and mud and a sidewalk of two-inch j beards laid lengthwise, three Iwnrds wide. legal be- fore uhwlesia declared inde- pcndence lour years later. RAISI-; IIKllllRKMKNTS Thc qualifications for enlist- ment on that lower roll have teen increased by raising the financial requirements. Five alternative qualifications ars listed in the white paper. They include an income of not less'than SIMO yearly, the owner- ship of property worth or, for people more than 30. an in- j come of and a completed i primary c'lucalion. Ail are based educational and qualifications with one exception: The vote is given lo all tribal group leaders with a following of 211 or more heads of family. Thc new declaration of rights j gives political -ctainecs the [right lo appeal against further i (ietenlion. This means that a nationalist loader like .loshna Miomo can j challenge the Kh.xle.sian author- ities even I hough they may have turned down past appeals. MANY STl'DY 'Hierc iiro more than I" mil- lion children and your.g people in full-time attendance al universities, colleges of education and technical colleges in HriUin.