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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 88 THE IHHBRIOGE MERAIO Ausjuil 19, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SIWIUV. 20 Your blrllulay Imluy: Con- service but thorough vinclid- cation of your views find ac- tions runs strongly lliru this coming year. You liave in- creasing energy. Emotional ties tend to require special care and time. Today's na- tives arc active, ttie fin- esse for getting the world to ngree with them, and arc per- sistent. AIUKS (March 21 April Leave tho surfaces undisturb- ed this Sunday so far as you can manage. Home conditions include moments o{ question and difficult answer. TAL'IIU.S (April 20 May Material conditions and con- siderations should lx> put aside for MID workweek; make this Sunday a rest and a lime for spiritual search. (1EMIM (.May 21 June Good questions provoke or in- information intrigues you. Skip your usual rounds and friends waiting to hail with their jukes ;md Un1 Sept. Nobix'y qntto understands you want to do. Clear explana- tions help momentarily as you appear determined to reach some conclusions. LIUI1A (Sopl. '23 Oel. lieing skeptical has its merits tin's (lay. Must trans- actions offered arc unfair to others in Die run. Think what you're doing. If you can elect to lx> solitary or nearly so for ihc day or it good part of it, do so. If you can't, -seek inner .serenity. to, tint! it's your challenge to calm and enjoy the rid- dles Df nulling tilings right. liKMINI (iMuy JM mii KID: Symbolically, or perhaps in -lt general denritig the reality, this decks. CAXCKK Umm 21 July 212 You'll he happy your sensi- tivity to people warns you of their squalls (here's plenty over a wide range of issues. Starting ventures now is it'.fca- sihle. They won't reach desired results. Much that scorns im- portiint at the moment fades Sept. .SAUITTAHU'S {Nov. Vour lalrnt for observing fl Your forthright nature doesn't meet like behavior, and arc j0 misunderstand or incorrectly estimate >vluit you hear. C'AI'KICOKN (Ore. Jan. spire vivid answers. Use your! There is no such thing ns imagination to fill in the a readily avail opportunity can become? a problem its there are so many discrepancies yon may Lose sight of the larger JITS pec live. UHKA (Srpl. 23 Oct. Temptation is strong to push tor quick results, large changes, and vcrv likely repercussions get the whole picture and learn j become rich. Hold your own you had not thought about. SCOKI'lO (Oct. Nov. terms with all, cultivating re- lationship rather than specific transactions. Time for reflec- tion. SAfilTTAIUUS (Nov. 22-Drc. Yesterday is with H.S yd, plunly of follow-up need- ed, (let busy bright and early. Do not expect anything to be easy. CAPKICOKN (Dec. 22 Jan. Before you build on what lias been achieved, make sure it's ready for use, that nothing lias been skipped. Spend the day troubleshooting. AdUAHIUS Man. 20 Keli. j You can find teelmicnl errors more readily today. Sec what you can do to make the day an easy one. If you can take off, do so. PISCES (Feb. March Little goes wrong, nor (Iocs much go ahead of schedules. Get your routine chores done, use every opportunity [or extra from it. CANCER (Junn 21 July Caution is natural for you. Those you love demand your attentions. Mechanical things are to fie handled with care or left alone. LEO (July 23 Aug. New ii the community by consistent attitudes. I AQI'AHIL'S (Jan. 20 Kcli. IS i: Time out for reflection, assessment of probabilities is strongly advised. Use the week- end for observation rattier than action. (Feb. 19 March Exclude strangers from per- sonal affairs. Where there are emotional lies, relationships tend to moments of tension, needs for declarations of inten- tions. 1972: By The Chicago Trlfinite MONDAY, AUG. 21 Your birthday today: Brings in a long cycle ol ex- citement, experiment, sub- jective spiritual growth. Ed- ucation, travel, training in precision skills are favored all year. Relations are what you make them. Today's na- lives are active but concen- the wild storm to rain it- trate on mental pursuits. out when this much water AlifES (March 21 April j is all dumped on land and sea. Try something new only if there] Hut in June of this year, we is no other course, stand aside I had disastrous proof that this Creation of additional jobs needed MONTREAL fCP) An ad- ditional million jobs will have to be created in Canada between now and 1975, J. E. Toten, Bank of Montreal vice- president of planning and eco- nomics, told the American Sta- tistical Association's annual meeting here. Mr. Toten told delegates the Canadian labor force will grow at an annual average rate of al- if it backfires. Minding your j doer not happen. Hurricane most three per cent as the offn business is desirable alt Agnes obviously replenished its day, TAL'IUfS f April 20 May Supplies renewed Andy sends a complete 20- volnnie set of tlip Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Sharon Ann McGinty, age 12, ot Utica. New York, for her question: Why ilocsn'l a hurricane rain itsolf out? Jt stards to reason that the clouds of H hurricane can hold only so much moisture, even when the monstrous storm is '100 miles wide. One would cx- large number of people born in the "baby boom" of the 1950s finish their education and begin looking for work. "If we are to get unemploy- ment down to acceptable levels and at the sama time accom- modate the rapid labor force growth, it has been estimated that 1.2 million jobs will have to be created in the Canadian economy between now and 1075." Mr. Tofen said Canadian pol- icy makers ''mart maintain environment just con- ductive to the creation of jobs, hut one that will provide the living standards that are ex- pected by the population as a whole, and by an increasingly youthful labor force that is bet- ter educated, better trained and more socially aware than ever before." Meeting these goals Implies an acceleration of real gross national product growth from the 4.5 per cent achieved in the past five years to more than six per cent Mr. Toten said. Nothing fits where it is sup- Dicf feels 'wonderful5 dourly moisture as it swcnt up Ihc eastern of North Arncr- OTTAWA tCP) Former prime minister John Diefcnba- ker, feeling "absolutely won- derful" a hernia operation several weeks ago, today de- manded (lie recall of Parlia- ment to end the British Colum- bia dock strike. "The Trudeau government is doing absolutely noth'ng about this.11 he said in a telephone in- terview from, his home. "It's I absolutely essential that grain This Is what happened in tne IK- kept moving out of Prairie whirling life of hurricane storage facilities before the Agnes. _ For new crop is harvested." "It's ju.it li'icXOu-Saijitr Liic way the government seems to have Even a smallish cloud can hold a hundred ions or more of misty moisture. But the amount is limited by the nf gravity nnd by various wea- ther conditions that allow water droplet.-; in remain suspended in the air. These same factors also govern the countless tons of moi.sl'jro suspended in a huge, hov.ling hurricane. How- ever, this mighty storm can renew it.s energy supplies from the atmosphere around and above it. Sometimes this brings in extra moisture that keep the rain falling in t. cor.Unuous de- forgotten that incc. western prov- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [e llm ChtoM TrfbDil) WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ <3. I Neither vulnerable, es South you hold: The bidding has proceeded: North East West 1 0 Pass 2 Pan 3 0 Pass What do you bid now? Q, vulnerable, as South you hold: AJI06 'JK10S51 OQ524.0S The bidding has proceeded: West North East SMtb 1 4 Pass 1 Pan 1 .NT Pass What do yoj bid now? Q. 3 Both vulnerable, tj South you hold: 4K97 OKIO.l 3.K The bidding has proceeded: Ksst SonlJi Wesl 1 f. Pass 1 Pass 3 A Pass do you bid now? q. As Soutli, vulnerable, you hold: OJ4AQI02 The bidding has proceeded Nirth Soulh West 1 4, 2 S <'j Pan Pan What do j-ou bid aow? Q. As South, vulnerable, you hold: 4AKQJ3S2 AT .The bidding has proceeded: East South 1 What do you bid? Q. fl Both sides vulner- able, You are South and hold: OAKS3 The bidding has proceeded: North East Soulh 1 "J 2 if V.'hat do you bid? Neither vulnerafjJc, as .South you hold: 3 4.55 The tjidding has proceeded: N'orlli South West 1 l-asj Z.S'T I'aii 3N'T Pass do you bid Q. As South you roM: J86 The bidding East South West Nwth I Pass PM< What !s your opening lead? ok flnsicen the above tropical seas absorb toads of vapor and on .June 15. weather observers reported possible trouble off Yucatan, A mans of light, moist air rose aloft, dragging iri surrounding air, somewhat, like a gigantic vacuum cleaner. The spinning earth deflected the inflowing surface winds, making them spiral toward the central up- draft. After two days, Agnes was a hurricane in full opera- tion boadtd toward Florida. Its original moisture con- densed and Us benvy clouds, doused rain on land and .sea, Meantime, its inflowing winds drnggcd in more moist air from the surrounding seas. This supply was somewhat dirni.shod as veered inland over .several southern stales. FJuL farther noitn, fhe eastern rirn of Hit' racing spiral to UK- Atlantic closer to suck in more JTIOIS- Uirr- from IU- sta. This grwc! '.fjiifs rersewc'I to fnish fjnv.-ucJ. It jjl.so provided tlie om'.Unuf'U.s supplies (if water for tin; rlhin.slro'js dtunpcdl on I'crinsylvnmri. When Kcholf1 tin: