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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lEtHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, Soplemlier 18, i972 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON TUESDAY, SKl'T. 13 Voiir birhdiiy loilay: Nat- ural influences" channel your daily living into simpler, more sharply defined pat- terns. What you cany forward grows in significance. Today's natives can write well, once motivated, have a keen sense of literary style. AU1ES (March lil April Your tendency is to speak out too sharply for comfort. Give advice only where asked; listen in case you start getting some. TAURUS (April 20 May What you attend personally gets done, 'more or less; what you delegate nseds supervision. Work strivings absorb extra ef- fort. GEMINI (May 21 Medical check-ups arc a prac- tical necessity, no matter what your state of health. Today is a good time for such things. CANCER (June 21 July EDS: Following Today in History items arc primarily inlcmlcrl lor use on ilalcs events occurred but may be used anytime. TODAY IN HISTORY By THE CANADIAN PRESS 'Sept. IS, 1372 The French surrendered to British forces 213 years ago the wake oE the battle of the Plains of Abraham. Both the French Gen. Montcalm, and the British chief, Gen. were killed in the lighting. British embassy at Jakarta was burned by an anti-Malaysian mob. loss of the Ca- nadian corvette Charlotte- town was announced. I931--T h e Japanese in- vaded Manchuria. 1895 -Former prime min- ister John Diefenbaker was born. broke out in Montreal in protest against compulsory vaccination. Progress In clarifying your af- fairs and accounts is indicated. Longstanding doubts are re- solved wilh fresh evidence or insight, LEO (July 23 Aug. Ex pcct little of loved ones. Know that you press so strongly that nobody can react smoothly or very quickly. V1KGO (Aug. Sept. Bring technical and legal mat- ters to a head. Set budgets for the future. Consider parental relationships in your plans. LIBRA (Sept. 2S Ocl. Social activity brings you into conflicts. You have enough cre- ative interests of your own to pursue without bringing in oth- ers. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Home conditions can change if you are willing to try new ideas. Spending more time with those vou care about becomes essen- ial. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Keep an eye on your bud- jel, as impulse spending conies Clear something out- dated from your home. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You have to make a defin- ite effort, somehow, so you may well get started the earlier the belter for a prompl return. AQUARIUS (Jan.. 20 Feb. You can stimulate younger people to lasting self-improve- ment experiments now. Coin- cidence figures in any properly directed project. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Stick quietly to your own af- fairs, and oul of public view. Continue research into personal or confidential questions. 1972 By Tlie Clticago Tribune Bus crews strike LINCOLN, England (Reu- ter) Bus crews in Lincoln went on strike today in pro- test against a nine-month jail term for a conductor who stole sixpence. Describing the sentence as savage, all Lincoln's 240 driv- ers and conductors walked out and brought the munici- pal bus system to a halt. The man in jail was Ronald Bowler, 38, who was accused of taking two three-penny fares for himself and falsify- ing the record. The turning earth Andy sends a complete 20- voliime set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Craig Lyon, age 9, of Gastonia, North. Carolina, for his nues- tion: What makes (he carlli turn around? They used to say that love makes the world go around. We certainly know that living kind- ness makes the world more pleasant. When we all behave this way, everything goes along smoothly. But, of course, this does not make our lovely old earth spin around like a top. That happens because it must obey a great traffic law of the We know that the earth turns around its axis, which is straight line through the mid die from pole to pole. It makes one complete turn every calen dar day, which is about 21 hours long and it never pauses for breath. Tlu's never ending spin is called rotation. As the eartl rotates, it turns first one sid then another side to face th sun. When our side faces III sun, we are in daylight. The we rotate to face th dark night sky. As the earth turns, it sweep day and night around the globi En this does not explain ho1 it turns. This is ruled by grea traffic laws that control all th moving planets and starry sur the whole universe. our earth was born, perhap something gave it a push start it spinning. If this hap penned, it might go on spiimin forever. But this is not th whole of what keeps turning, turning day and nigh It is pushed around by th mighty, invisible force of gra ity. We are used to the earth gravity. It hugs us to the sol ground and makes us tumb when we stumble. It pulls falling stones and raindrop GOREN ON BRIDGE f A WORM TWO FEET LOSS? ..THAT'S RIPICULOOSi mighty force reaches out om down there at the very inter of the globe. It reaches j above the ground. But it weaker as it reaches .vthcr from the earth. The sun, the planets and the -noons also have built-in grav- y. The sun's is strongest be- ause the sun is so massive, he moon's gravity is weaker lan ours because the earth much heavier than the moon. ut the rules are the same, he gravity of the sun, earth moon reaches out and rows weaker as it goes. Our gravity tugs at tha sun nd the moon and their gray- s' tugs at the earth. The tug etween the earth and moon is ery strong because ihey are lose neighbors. The moon's Tavity is strong enough to mil up our mighty ocean tides, ind also helps to keep our vorltl turning around and around. The moon's gravity helps keep the earth turning by tug- ing one side, then another and on around the C'hc. Sometimes the moon eEs in line with the sun. Then the faraway gravity from the sun helps the moon to turn the earth and together they pull up our highest tides. The moon happens to be just the right distance to keep our world turning around once every 24 hours. If it were farther away, its gravity woulc be weaker. Then the earth would rotate more slowly and our days would be longer. Questions aSRea uy cnrtfticn oE Herald readers should be mailed to Ash Arnly, P.O. Box 7G5, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1372) TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan BY CHARLES H. GOREN 7Jw chleiia TritDH BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: 6AKQ74 The bidding has proceeded: Bouth West North East I A Pass 2 2 A Pass Pass What. 'do you Sid now? Double. Don't make the Mistake cf bidding 1wo hearts merely lo sho'V a biddable sccontt tuit. The double will serve every practical purpose. II will help to determine whether to play the hand at spades, hearts, or dia. monds, or might possibly enable) yartner to pass for penalties now en values beyond the minimum. Q. Bolh vulnerable, as South you hold: A75 WQ36 OK542 The bidding has proceeded: North East South 2 V Pass What do you bid? In order to determine tha full potentialities oE the hand, it Is better to settle the trump suit first by an immediate raise to three hearts. This permits the ace irrtnrlnc to start. On the r.txt round you wm show the ace OC club} and IF partner shows the acre ot diamonds you "111 Indi- cate possession of the king, pro- viding parincr M-ith complete In- formation as io holding. Q. As South, vulnerable, vou hold: OAKJ10 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 A Pass 2 V Pass What action 'do you lake? hearts. The direct raise is much superior to- invit- ing complications by bidding vour other suit. Q. 5 Eas't-West vulner- able, as South you hold: AJ1032 04 Z 3 The bidding has proceeded: Norlh East Soulh 1 A 2 0 What action do you take? spades. This hand il tvortli auit one constructive bid. It would, therefore, be poor tac. lies to bid two hearts which vould necessitate it .subsequent raise In spades. Such action describe a much stronger 3jand. Q. 6 Neither vulnerable, as South you hold: