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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE lETHBRIIK-E HERAID Saturday, November 28, 1970 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon SUNDAY. NOV. 23 Tour Mrthday today. The year ahead will find you milking many fresh begin- nings away from old lies, emotional habits. Changing external conditions provoke inner personal growth you cannot simply remain what you have been, did limita- tions now become sources of spiritual strength. Today's Datives adapt readily, show a generally agreeable man- ner, excel 'in persuasive pow- ers. ARIES (March Si-April Short trips, brief visits pay off readily. New studies, investiga- tions produce immediate, fasci- nating results, particularly in self-improvement. TAURUS (April 20-May This should be a normal, en- joyable Sunday of no special stress. Join in the community's expression of faith. Share your favorite pastimes, intellectual GEMINI (May 21-Jnne 201: Arrange an unexpected, en- tertaining experience for some- body you care about. Journeys have pleasant results. Hobbies may come to favorable notice BOW. CANCER (June 21-July Visit ail your friends, catch up with the latest news. Get other opinions on any personal con- cern where you can't get di- rectly at the causes. LEO (July 23-Ang. In- clude your loved ones in your adventures this Sunday. Exper- ience BOW will toad you to some more practical form of creative expression. Meditate this eve- ning. VIRGO (Ang. 23-Scpt. This is a sta- home and work week-end, with much achieved, perhaps in improving house- hold arrangements. The eve- ning is filled with settlement of old issues. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Correspondence, discussio n s, short trips and brief visits are all productive. Your usual rou- tines are interrupted in the later tours, probably for good news. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. .Social contact, though quiet, has a subtle added meaning for you now. Travel can be educa- tional. You must reach well ahead and outward to make a much needed advance. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec Be ready for a busy Sun- day of much coming and going, people you have sot seen for a while, including some whose goodwill you doubt. Entertain in the evening. CAPRICORN (Dec. S2-Jan. Your duties to your com- munity lead you to unaccus- tomed places and to contacts that later prove very construc- tive. An unusual earnings chance opens briefly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-FcIl. The larger the group yon join today the better. Your leadership is significant, even though you take a small role in the discussion. Visit friends, make your views known. PISCES (Feb. ID-March Think of unifying your personal world, bridging the gaps be- tween people, relating your .ven- tures to other activities. Share your hobbies with others. 1970, Newsday, Inc. MONDAY, NOV. 30 Your birthday today: Tiio words for. your coming year are consolidation and appli- cation. What you have learn- ed in the last several years comes together nicely to form a whole new pattern of skills. You now have the range to organize your life the way you want it. But you must yet make more than av- erage effort to cultivate so- cial contacts, emotional ties; much is gained, nothing lost. Today's natives often have Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Cindy Lee, age 13, of Staten Island, New York, for her question; How does an insect breathe In- side a jumping bean? Of course we all know who makes a jumping bean jump. Inside it there is a small in- sect grub. Most of the time he is content to lie there, feeding on the inside of the bean. But once in a while he needs to stretch. In his cramped quar- ters, he coils up his body as far as he can then straight- ens out with a jerk. The bean jumps when the grub inside does his setting-up exercises. The bean looks perfectly solid, yet we know that the in- sect grub inside it needs a sup- ply of air to stay alive. No, he does not chew a small window to the outside world at least not until later. How then does the growing grub manage to breathe? The answer is simple, though we need a super micro- scope to solve the secret. May- be you can guess part of it when you recall that the bean is made of molecules. These particles are much too small to be seen and they are not packed as tightly as they seem to be. Actually the bean is a package of minuscule mole- cules and minuscule pockets. The pockets are big enough to hold one or more gaseous molecules of air. And as you know, air tends to circulate wherever it can. It slowly per- meates throughout the bean and fills the cavity occupied by the insect. His small room is ac- tually filled with air. Naturally he helps himself to the oxygen he needs and gives back his waste carbon dioxide. The na- tural diffusion of gases works to maintain the normal bal- ance of oxygen, even la this small air pocket. bidding lias proceeded: Wwt North East Bomb JS? 10 tV rut t mat do bid junrt Q, ud M South yea hold: 15ie bidding ias proceeded: North fast Soalh ftet IV 34 Past fat i'asi f Witt do yta bid BOW? B, side and as South, you hold: 4K34 Fa" SO 29 2 NT Pan T (mjBin Mmtsg! The outer skin of the bean Is made of tough, denser mater- ial. Surely it would seem much harder for the air to seep through it. But super micro- scopes prove that this is not so. Seed coverings are amazing structures with highly complex systems for sifting ah- and wa- ter. The bean covering that looks so air-tight and water- tight is not really that way at all. On a miniaure scale, its smooth-looking surface is ac- tually riddled with infinitesimal doors and pores and tiny tun- nels. The gaseous air seeps in and out molecule by molecule. The insect inside absorbs the gaseous mixture through his spiracles. These are rows of breathing pores along his sides. Oxygen molecules that seep in are absorbed and eventually molecules of waste carbon di- oxide seep outside. During Ms jumping stage, the insect is a grubby The bean is his pantry. As be approaches his pupa stage, he eats out the stuffing to make a thin wall at one end of tte bean. Then he becomes a pupa while his in- sides are remodeied. At last the metamorphosis Is com- plete. He hatches as a small moth and escapes through the thin partition he made in the wall of the bean. This story begins where the spurge bushes grow in certain deserts of Central and South America, la the spring, a small greysih gypsy moth flutters around their blossoms. She de- posists one egg in each of the little "white flowers. Soon the flowers are replaced by grow- ing beans. Each moth egg hatches inside its own1 bean pantry. The two grow together until the insect becomes an adult moth and flies away. Questions asked by cMdrcn of Herald readers dioald bo mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, HuntingtOE Beach, California 82648. (Copyright Chnmlcla Publishing Co. 1970) been famous authors, scien- tists, public figures. Fre- quently they show a strong streak of materialism. ARIES (March 21-AprII Listen and implement the good ideas expressed casually by peopls who are not going to use them. Your energy and curifr sity are running high. Enjoy them! TAURUS (April M-May An early start doesn't help. Things fall into place much easier later in the day. Travel, conferences bring the germ of a big deal for the future. GEMINI (May Zl-Jnne Creative enterprises are fav- ored, but you must not take the cooperation of others for granted. Make no important advances where you haven't been encouraged. CANCEB (June 21-July A normal or late start is pre- ferable. Make a point of being visible while you work so that what you do is better under- stood by others. Pay no atten- tion to quibbling. LEO (July 23-Aug. Pre- sent circumstances favor men- tal activities. The affairs of young people, especially in ed- ucation, -are worthy of atten- tion. Travel brings good experi- ence. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. You can go forward with per- sonal plans if you get prelimi- nary moves well set first. Home life this evening offers something to stimulate your mind. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Your mind is active and your judgment keen today. Don't jump ths action too early. I's quite all right to nm into over- time this evening. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Whatever you do now requires thought and precision. Use less effort with greater efficiency. Take your time, say what you really mean. The evening is for serious planning. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec, Visitors posess informa- tion you need. Seek to com- plete negotiations, bring newly learned skills into use. Don't neglect correspondent now. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Travel, investigate, ask questions. Your view of social and psychological reality may not bo in step with (he rest at the world. Pray for dear in- sight. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Keep to schedule despite confusion. Much can be done ta advance your secret hopes. Communications are impor- tant; make sure you get- ting the latest tidings. PISCES (Feb. NHWarch The day levels out after a while and you can improve the prospects. Ba persistent, ask a second time on anything Qial pozzies you. 1970, Newsday, Inc. COMMEMORATIVE COIN The Italian government bai decided to issue a vcr coin, valued at to commemorate the lOOtH anni- versary of the end oj papal rule over Rome. AA services are enlisted to check Gunner the cat LONDON Alcohol- ksAnonymous Was been called in because Gunner the cat has been celebrating too many wins by London's Arse- aal soccer team. Patrick Oantwell of nearby Basingstoke named the torn after Arsenal, known as the Gunners, and has been shar- ing a drink of sherry with Gunner at each Arsenal win.' The trouble for Gunner is that Arsenal has been winning too often lately. "I didn't start him drinking intentionally. One day I was relaxing with a little drink after an Arsenal win, I went out of the room and when I returned I caught Gunner licking bis lips. He'd drunk half a glass of sherry. "That seemed to give him s taste for it and he started to pester me whenever I had drink. "For the sake of peace and quiet I've been giving him dram in his own glass. Put now he's obviously becoming addicted so I must caE a halt. "1 don't want to own a cat with DTs (delerium tremens) so I called in the AA. Gunner won't like going without his tot, but it's for his own good." TAKE LESSONS Aporoximately 8.2 million Americans are taking private instrumental music lessons. 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