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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 'HE LETHBR1DGE HfRAlD Auguit 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON AUGUST 12 Your birthday De- spite efforts to steer a mod- erate abrupt events characterize your coming year. There are lucky confrontations with rivals. Theories show so you must use your own wisdom. Today's natives-often make a great deal of either abstin- ence or indulgence. ARIES 21 April Open your home and hands to friends. Pursue k social activi- the sharing of sports and pastimes. TAURUS 20 May Restrain temptations to press business dealings. Sounder pro- gress can be obtained by at- tending to spiritual growth first. GEMINI 21 June Make the rounds find out what has happened since you were last free to observe. Discussions settle little. CANCER 21 July Get up and out of your ac- customed groove. Go exploring once you've tended your nor- mal share of Sunday rituals. LEO 23 Aug. Aside from some friends' mis- it's a great with everybody in a generally happy mood. VIRGO 23 Sept. It doesn't do to take for granted the continued co-operation of those you cherish. Involve them in what you are doing. LIBRA 23 Oct. Everything falls into happy and much can be achieved in reasonably short order. SCORPIO 23 Nov. An expansive mood is likely. Reflect on any impulse to see if you can estimate the results of what you do. SAGITTARIUS 22 Dec. Ask Andy The dew point Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encycloepdia to Jona- than age 13. of Mil- for his does the dew point The dew point is related to the same humidity mentioned in our daily reports. The humidity percent- age gives the amount of mois- ture in the air and the mois- ture is in the form of invisible water vapor. The possible amount of vapor is mainly by temperature. When the air is saturated to the it reaches its dew point which is 100 per cent humidity. Any surplus vapor must be con- densed into ice mist or dewy drops of liquid mois- ture. The weatherman usually re- fers to relative humidity be- cause his percentages are bas- ed on what is and what could be. They compare the amount of moisture actually present in today's air -with how much more the air could hold. Almost the limit of relative humidity is 100 per cent after point something has to change. This is the dew point. Let' tracq the factors that cause the sir to reach the state of vapor saturation. Warm as we can hold more va- por than cool air. This general rule is graded in precise de- grees of temperature and in matters of let's use the larger Fahrenheit temperature degrees. Meteorologists have a choice of several instruments for mea- suring the amount of water va- por in a sample of air and a weather thermometer is used to take its precise temperature. Charts are used to compute the temperature and vapor content of the day's sample. The result is a percentage figure called the relative humidity. For air at 86 de- grees containing 7.27 grams of moisture per cubic meter has a relative humidity of 24 per cent. If air containing the same amount of vapor chills to 43 de- its relative humidity is 100 per cent. It reaches the satura- tion or dew point and must give up-any surplus vapor. Atmospheric conditions of this sort can occur at after a hot desert day. They also occur in much milder regions. For 100 per cent hu- midity is reached when 50-de- gree air with 77 per cent hu- midity drops o n ly seven de- grees. The dew point occurs when some of the surplus vapor is forced to condense. The temperature may be either tbs ssme or cooler than the air but the air must be saturated to 100 per cent humidity. On a cloudless the day's heat escapes from the earth and by morning the sur- face may be cool enough to chill the air above it. If the air is saturated to the a slight drop in temperature creates a surplus of vapor. At this the surplus moisture must be condensed and dumped. If the weather is it forms dewy drops of liquid water on t h e grass and wet films on sur- faces near the ground. Sometimes saturated air is chilled to its dew point during a frosty night. Then the surplus moisture may form crystals of ice in the air or a crusty coat- ing of frost on and near the ground. In milder the excess vapor sometimes forms misty droplets suspended in the air and the world is shroud- ed in a cloudy fog. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box 765. Hunticgton California 32648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Encourage everybody to do his own thing. Don't be surpris- ed if it turns out to be what you would have chosen. CAPRICORN 22 Jan. It is time to brighten present your best. Where cor- rections of discrepancies are in make them quietly and quickly. AQUARIUS 20 Feb. If anybody seems reluc- it's likely that you have urged action a little sooner than is practical. PISCES 19 March Since you have abundant en- ergy and many things to do if you set priorities early for a orderly Sunday. The Chicago AUGUST 13 Your birthday Opens one of the most pro- vocative periods of your life. Despite adverse your morale is your good. Relationships run a full tide of emotional expression. Tcday's natives have firm views on public often sacrifice com- forts for principles. ARIES 21 April Favors and romance go right out the window. What you can do effectively is trouble-shoot problems related to work. TAURUS 20 May Anybody with more authority gets in your little can be done about it for the moment. GEMINI 21 June Looking far afield has advan- so does working closely with what is immediately at hand strike a reasonable bal- ance. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN e TM chluu Trlbin WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ f Q. as South you 4KQ853 S7AS5 063 4A94 The bidding has South West North East 1 4 Pass 3 0 Pass 3 4 Pass 4 4 Pass What do yon bid Q. 2 Neither as South you The bidding has North East South West Fast Pass 1 4 2 V Pass What do you hid -UK..' Q. 'you The bidding has South West North East Pass Past 1 4 Pass 3 4 Fail 4 4 Pass 1 What do you bid 0. 4 Neither 'jour partner has opened with one heart and you hold'. 05 48432 What is your Q. it South you 4Q2 S7AQ874 OJ105 4873 The bidding has Nortl East South West Pass Pass Pad 1 0 14 24 What do you bid Q. 8 Neither as South you 46 VAK74 OA753 The bidding has North East South 14 24 What do you Q. you 4 AJ10 4 V A10 G 0 A 4Q10 9 8 4 The bidding has South West North East 1 4 Pass 1 0 Pass 1 4 Pass 3 4 Fast 3 Pass 3 NT Pass What do you Did Q. you 43 OAJS2 4J9 The bidding has West North East Sooth 34 3 NT Pan What action do you for CANCER 21 July An air of expectancy builds this morning. Plunge into a fresh attend to in- vestments. LEO 23 Aug. Personal criticism pops up on all both among those who care for you and your com- petition. Rigid opinions defeat themselves. VIRGO 23 Sept. This is no day to ask particularly from people you have to cope with at your work. LIBRA 23 Oct. Everything tends to fall into your lap finding you not quite prepared to make the best use of it. SCORPIO 23 Nov. You have an uphill task per- suading anybody to do things your way keep it very sim- ple. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec. Look thru facts and figures rather than relying on any- body's estimate. You must con- centrate on practical issues. CAPRICORN 22 Jan. There is no quick road to but today progress is rapid. Routines vary to fit cur- rent special deals. AQUARIUS 20 Feb. Consider the overall perspective on what you're do- ing. Little progress is likely on any long-standing local prob- lem. PISCES 19 March If you become thwarted or frus- it's because you said too much about what you plan to and more why. The Chicago Doctors worrying about crime wave By GOERGE KITCHEN NEW Crime has become the No. 1 problem worrying many American doc tors replacing such past irri- tants as the late-night call to cure a bad case of over-eaing or the newborn babe that de- cides to arrive ahead of sched- ule. would certainly rank crime as the No. 1 problem in its ef- fect on my daily says a physician practises in a lower middle-class area. More affluent districts are not immune. A woman doctor in New York City reports an in- creasing number of patients ev- ery month have been mugged in New often in daylight and in very 'fine' parts of the The doctors themselves have become victims. A spot check of 227 family physicians and in- ternists by Medical a leading medical turned up seven who had been as- saulted or were the victims of armed robbery. Sixty-four had been burglar victims 173 times in the last two or three years Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Aug. 1973 The Soviet Union sent its third Maj. A. G. into orbit 11 years ago 1962. The next the fourth Russian Lt.-Col. P. followed him into orbit and radio contact was established between the two spaceships. schools in Lit- tle opened on a desegregated basis- Allies accepted the Japanese surrender. Admiral Rich- ard E. Byrd was rescued at the Little Amsrica weather station in the Antarctica after four months of isola- tion. 1902 Oliver Wendell Holmes was appointed to the United States Supreme Court. boundary be- tween Ontario and Manitoba was settled. and one doctor reported man than six burglaries over the las five years. SOME UNAFFECTED Seventy of the physicians re ported no problem but the jom nal noted that most of thes lived in small rural comnu nities isolated from the hazard of big-city life. In Brooklyn. the star is different. One doctor ther knows an elderly physican wh was pistol-whipped and diet Another was held up and the shot several times. In a doctc stopped making house call after he was held up by gunmc three times. Many doctors no longer kee money or narcotics in the homes or offices. They n longer carry obvious don't use special licem plates on their cars and won accept drug addicts or alcohc ics as patients. Jaycees protest action CALGARY Th North Calgary Jctyeees rapped the federal governme for its decision to pull out the Expo '74 world fair planiu next year in Wash. In a telegram to Prime Mi ister the service cli called the decision cally The Trudeau government a nounced two weeks ago that reversing its pledge to participate in t world which has tion of the environment as i theme. Canada had build a pavilion at the fa was the first nation to sig for participation. The Jaycees said Canada its responsibil and an opportunity to views on such important ro ters as conservation natural resources and the en gy Canada has already invest several hundred thousand d lars in connection with its ned participation all which will be the te gram said. HAGAR the HORRIBLE-By Dik YOU'LL MEVeg GBT A MAM IF YOU KEEP ALL THAT THIS EPIC ;