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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE August 16, 1971 Your horoscope By Jean? Dixon TUESDAY, AUC. 17 Your birllulay lothiy: Kinds you in midsli-cam, bul allain- inp nnUir.'il efforts in rwmal diroL-lions. Limit a- lions are largely external, i economic. Concentrate on i study, prayer, meditation and the serenity you may achieve soon. Today's natives are amiable, ea.sy going people of Rood taste with a tendency to he casual about financial con- i cerns. AltlES (.March 21-April 19': Your guidelines, slandards of) yesterday still hold. Only now1 you haye to avoid overloading i your schedule. TAURUS (April Ill-May I Scores naturally lend to level; now; those who've been shut I out get in, Ihosc spoiled by being in loo long are reduced or lurned out. (May -M-Jimr 'JIM: Be snft'iihlc without becoming a pest. Dislrihule your alien- lions in gentle good humor. CAN'CER (Jinir 2I-.Illly Haste is downright deshuctivc now. Think, check conditions, discipline your restless mood, particularly if driving or hand- linn licavv equipment. I.EO (Jnly 23-Aug. Much is achieved by simply getting down to business and keeping tin a steady effort. Seek a com- lilrtL switch, anolher place, an- other viewpoint VIIIGO (AiiR. Put your pride aside and seek leally competed advice now, especially on legal questions. It's an excellent day for mcdi- iv.l el- ck-uus. I.IUUA (Sept. 23-Ocl. An invitation comes your way and very likely you can lake full of it. Some people have to know quickly for hesl results. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nnv. Crisis is a normal stale (if affairs at present. Act di- rectly without hesitation once you've reflected and Riven in- luilion a good chance to come Ihiougli. SAGITTARIUS (.Nov. 22-Di'C. Being stopped or rejected i hurls the pride bul provides priceless learning. Thus you an sec how to avoid worse a lit- tle- further along the way. CM'KICOHN 22-Jan. You haye extra opportu- nity lo explain youi pro- jects and get support organized. Put in a full day; leave no available contact unworked. AQUARIUS' (Jan. 20-Fcb. The last minule will be soon enough to accept bids for your time and attention; once you promise, it's difficult to j back out. I PISCES IS-.Mnrcli You nay rearrange your fi- nances today with good results, hut do nol assume this should bo the final settlement. Further change later is almost certainly needced. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. cancers tire preventable Itar Ur Lamli Since can- vented; others cured and still cer is one of our- leading kill-, others controlled. Jlen have ers I would like for you to more skin cancers than any some articles o'n (he oilier lypc (23 per csnli. Ahoul types signs and 90 per cent of these arc on the "so (he i -turning signs after i face related to excess expos- an operation or treatment. I j urc to sun and wind. Shaving live heard thai altl-r.-.gh ra-' rn.- ,vcs one of nature's pro- d-urn extends life it a teolive C -vices against :m- m four spades. Q. South, vuineraoie, you hold: 04 AKQ10761 The bidding has proceeded: Soulh West North East 1 A Dble. Rdbl. 1 V Pasi -i A 4 Pass What ao you Dm now: i-iew of partner's very Strong bidding, we recommend a cue bid Of four hearts, ir part- ner In turn should show the spade control, you would then rcbid clubs and Ihc- final decision as to slam lo partner. H Is not sufficient lo bid merely five clubs over four diamonds, r0r such a hid not show the excess values which your Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AK10Z 9AQJ7405 AAKQ8 The bidding has proceeded: Soulh West North East 1 x? Pass Pass What do you bid now? this hand IQU .should Insist upon a game contract, and Iht manui-r of domg It Is Ir. maha a jump Shift. The indicated rail k therefore three clubs. An im- mcclible jump In spades not acceptable, inasmuch as you ftnlv three trumps. Q. as South you hold: 4AIQ97 TAQ.I CAQS The bidding has proceeded: .South U'rsl F.ist 2 NT Pasi 4 Pass What do you bid no'-v: Vou must reircl part- And; sends a complete 20- volume set of the World i Book Encyclopedia lo Tarn my W a x h a in, age 8, of S h r c v e port, Louisiana, for iiL-r question: What is the monsoon rain? Evciy year the monsoon rains fall on Vietnam, India i and olher parts of the world. They are expected lo start in j early summer and [or the next I six months the is vvel. If showers or drizzles almost every flay. Then the wel mon- changes lo n d r y mon- soon. For the next six months Ihe ivealher is clear. The mon- soon seasons change because the winds turn around twice I each vear. Warm air over Ihc ocean soaks moisti're and changes it into misty cJoud.s. Tlic blow Ihc clouds this way and thai way And sooner or lalcr (he clouds drop Ibr-ir rainy' moisture donw on Ihc earth As a the winds decide where and the rain j fall. Certainly they brine the 1 rainy summer season lo India, Vielnam and other monsoon re- gions. The people (here call them '.he monsoon wind.s. All through the winter. IJiese winds blow across Asia toward the sea. They cannot soak up moisture because (hey blow across hundreds and hundreds I of miles of dry land. So for six i mnnllis (lie season is. dry. Bul in early summer, Lhe winds ruddcnly turn around in opposite direction. Now I they blow from Ihe ocean lo-' ward the land. These monsoon winds from (he vast ocean are loaded with misty moisture and heavy rain clouds. In India and Vietnam, the rainy monsoon usually starts in June. Suddenly there arc showers. The roads are clog- j gcd wilh mud; the forests are soggy with falling rain. Then ffio weather clears up a lillle. Bul for Ihe next six months Ihei'e are drizzling showers or heavy rain almost every day. The water sinks ticwn into the thirsty ground and feeds the growing crops. And people car- ry umbrellas all through the season. Come fall, the monsoon wind changes around again and no rain is expecled through the winter. All of (his happens because of tile And winds arc really masses of moving air. They seem lo blow just where they please. But actually they must obey certain weather rules. They arc ruled by vast masses of air above the land and ocean. There are masses of warm light air and masses of cool heavier air. Cool air tends (o flow toward warm air and Ihis it, starts a wind blow- ing. summer we go lo Ihc beaches because Ihe sea is cooler lhan the land. This is true in monsoon countries and everywhere else. In summer the "-el monsoon wind blows from the cooler ocean and sheds rain on the land. When winter comes, the sea slays warmis'-. while (he land grows cooler Then the big monsoon wind blows from the cooler dry land toward the warmer ocean. e ILiny countries have wet and dry inonsoon seasons every year. Most of them are places w h e r e large continents face vast oceans. India and Viet- nam are. near the edge of the large land mass of Asia. Their face the sea, where winds 'an blow hack and forth across Ihc vast Pacific Ocean. Questions asTied by cnndrnn of Herald readers should mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Hunlinglon SeacD, California 92643. (Coiivriglil Chronicle Publishing Co. TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN 90 YOUTrllNK HE'LL EVER ASK VOUTO MARRY HIM WY FOR A AVAILABLE' SOOPNESS KNOWS I'VE TRIEP NOT to... HIM BLONDlE-By Chic Young I THOUGHT OUR RATE WAS FOR TWELVE BEETLE BAILEY-By Mart Wnlkor 5NDKKEL. SNORKEL.' IM 6ETTIN6 OF5ST5NOEKEI-' SARfSE DOESN'T KNOW THERE'S A LOT POESNtKNOiVAND ALOTriE CAN'T WOWEVEIZ, THIS HE KNOWS MOW TO DO VERY weiu LI L ABNK-By Al Capp THE PRICE tftyf-IFI VJASTOO KNOW HIS SMALL TO L KIK1RHEHAS RECORD- RtFIKIISHEP SORRY. rA -AND IT HAS ENDED UP IN SOME. INNOCENT MILLIONAIRE'S I'LL DESTROY THE CHAlR.BEFOREIT PESTROVS ITS OWNER.'.' YOUR CHIPPENDALE MUSTVEBEEM PART OF THE LOAD I SOLD TO SOME ANTIQUE DEALER- ARCHIE-By Bob Montana 'PUT IT ON OUR AUTOMATIC ROTISSERIE.' WE CAN ROAST IT WHOLE.' Boyle's Column u-o.-d 0. vulnerable, as South yon hold: The bidding has prnccprk'd: South Wosl North I'.isl I A Z nhle. I'jss wnai rlo you nm nnw: (lrf( f'l fiv nl irr crod Mini Hie miy lir Tin- tlccLillllrf r.ir- is tin- nnd linldlngi wrra uc would Icin toward ihowInK the ticvrlii. NEW YORK (AD Mem- ory softens Ihe blow of past guills and regrets, casts a mellow glow around the years gone by and stirs in us a sigh rather than a cry for all those luirorgoUcn yesterdays. You've got a long string of memories yourself to stretch from there to liere if you can look back nncl remember One of a child's favorite toys was the china egg a farmer put under a bcmusod young hen to inspire ner 10 lay. Although Grandma was glad to get her fine new gas stove, she hated to throw away Ihc old coal stove she had labored over most of her lifetime. The big reason a mother didn't want her son to become policeman was because he might end up wilh flat feet. SHORT SKIRTS OUT All a young boy know about .'it1 was u'hal, he ro.irJ on vji.sliroom Avails and what he overheard Uio big boys talking a bo it I. A stcnogiaphcr who dared tit go l.o work wearing a skirt nliovc her knees was quietly I old to Ionic for anolher unless the head of the firm was a leg man. A bartender in most saloons could go