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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE ilcRAlD Snlurdtly, Auguil 28, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeano Dixon SUNDAY, Al'li. ;'J Your ll i r I b d ay (oilav: There is just no ading ihe direct approach to life .iiul all its challenges and limila- liuns in the cominfi yea r, Whatever skills you have will lie used and you will have to develop more to cope with what comes lu you to do. Lillle of your mission can be passed off for others io lUicml. and 11 is ralikely lhal you can fake anythin for a Ion" lime to come day's natives oflen are re- served, self sufficient, pay- ing little ailcmion la advice. AH1ES (March 21-Anril 101: Any effort to arbitrate on adjust others' differences only nets you involvc'd and over your dcplh. Go ahead with an individual project nil enough pcrspec-! most people to see at least part of lhe story yuur way. (Aug. (11171: By the Chicago and demand whati Tribune i MONDAY, AUG. Your bi r Ih day today: Opens a .sustained drama of your inner cvokemenl to- ward higher spiritual expres- sion. Limitations must He transcended or simply accept- ed as irrelevant to thc great- er reality. Today's natives are reserved, seldom follow ad- vice, usually conservative in some matters while being nide open on other issues. AKIES (March 21-April Big questions answer them- selves as you go. It's the steady encounter with little or.c.s lhat wears you down. TAURUS (April 20-May A romanlic flavor conies into to get a live. VIIIGO Slep up and demand whati you're entitled io enjoy. Where you encounter conflict, make sure you're in possession of the whole story before you pro- ceed 1.1UI1A (Scpl- 211 del. Everybody has a few rough edges and is bound to grind them down a little cnconnter- ing those of others. Choose To- the old slandbys you gel along best u'ilh for a rather sociable Sunday. SCORPIO (Oft. 23-Nov. People >ou don't know well arc quite curious. Go along and learn more about them and their reasons. SAGITTAIIIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Plan a nearly solitary hints caleli t'p on neglected your experience w CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Trmplat The general drift is lavoralue.. m. can-L the the discussion when a CiKMIM (.May 21 .lime i ]ivciy alternatives open now. good answer is needed. Find Conicrsalion promises to fill select the more oul the facls and present them your day. Among lhe ameni- i better organized ones where you arc rsked. ties a lew good exchanges1 AQUARIUS (jan. :o Feb. guide you well. You. Ihinfc you're just be- I.IIHH' 21 July ing factual when you're caus- Home life anil its enjoyment! ing new problems for others, requires important deeds and! and ultimately yourself sonic sacrifice of outside There's no special need to push HKIYOI' SlVOI'll promotions or displays. loward goals beyond present Aug. possibilities. You must cnmc rp with more PISCES (Fell. 18-March 2ID: Illltf (HIK..I' answer Ibis Surtlav. and .vou' Inilialivc finally nesses into niiiy have to share confidences your hands. You can persuade Andy sends a complcie 20- voliimp of the World Btuk Encyclopedia to Mary Lya Lawrence, ape 12. ol Niagara Ontario. Canada, for her question: GHOST LAKE (CD W. G. Milne, the first clccled mayor in lliis soulliern Alberta coni- muiiily. was sworn into office Thursday. He lock office with council- lors J. B. Murdoch and E. A. Onkwell. The village, comprised mainly of summer homes and located 40 miles west of Cal- 1 gai-y. held its first election this summer since its incorpora- tion 12 >cars ago. Previous mayors were elected by accla- im1 Inn. CANCER (June 21-July Being devious or suM'e only creates misunderstanding of what you want and where you're working toward H. Be forth right, despite rebuffs, and go on. I.EO (July 2J Aug. Gainer together all who can share your way of life and who are free and willing Io collaborate. You may even build a new working group while having fun. VIKGO (Aug. 23 Sept. I You might reasonably begin a vacation or you may find lhat just getting back to work may be a relief from the past Week and weekend. Close out things rather than make extra starts. LIBRA (Sept. 21! Otl. Bring together old friends for 1 reunion, comparisons, perhaps the establishment of a working crew. There's good news to share as well. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Simplify career activity where you can; drop sideline activities particularly if they no longer pay well. SAGITTARIUS (Xov. 22-Dtp. Go directly to Lhe point, deal with people whose views clash with yours, come to some line of agreement. Mutual self- respect is the only feasible COLTSC. CAPRICORN (Dec 2.2 Jan. Partisan attitudes have a way of involving you as devil's advocate, defending ideas you WELL, FOR ONE THINo, IF YOU HAVE A BROKEN HEART, WU CAN'T SLEEP AT NI6HT. WHEN fW ROLL OVER IM PEP, THE JA6SEP EP6E5 POKE W IN THE SIDE lUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN PUCOUC BUFFALO STOP THAT! PUT POOR LOTSA LUCK TOWN AMP APOLOGIZE'TO HIM THIS INSTANT OR I'LL NEVER SPSAK ID VOL) AGAIN] into cooler regions alofl. There lhe cooler lemperature forces gaseous water molecules to form liquid droplels and high above the don't really enjoy. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Your gentlest approach to one you love is none loo deli- cute now. Find a symbolic form of declaration to go with your words. PISCES (Fob. ID-March Working conditions should he left alone for the moment. Changes need more prepara- tion, can be made later with belter prospects. By Tile Chicago Tribune) BLONDIE-By Chic Young I'LL PUT IT ON YOUR NI6HT TABLE SO YOU'l SEE IT WHEN YOU I FORGOT TO PUT OUT THE SARSASE--WILL YOU DOIT? BMTIE BAILEY-By Mart Walker Kvaelly liow ID clouds form? Clouds are children of lhe oceans and continents and Iheir j are life stories are governed by Ihe Other clouds form because lhe world wide oceans tend to be cooler lhan the land dur- snn and Hip air. The beaming sun evaporale- moMiirc. from lhe surface nf Ilii1 earth, '-hang- Drinking chronic problem on Black! oo t reserve olhcr ses oniie when cooler temperatures chill -T the air. This compels some of' Io thcv blow over the seas. reach the cooler land. lies on lhe Blackfoot reserve, sajs a port by .Mian Wolf Leg. "These children arc subjccl Io neglecl and receive no su- pervision or parental guidance, re- thereby incresing the rate of juvenile delinquency." Thc committal rate of native the gaseous vapor Io change back into liquid moisture. When this happens above Hie ground u_, the liny droplets of misty moisture form a cloud. Mr. Wolf Leg. a Blackfoot. some of this vapor may change spent four months researching people to penal institutions is into clouds. Other clouds are subject on thc reserve 60 I seven times lhe rale for the when warm, moist winds miles east cf Calgary by inter- j general population and "it is a mountain barrier. viewing residents, band employ-' fact that the overwhelming ma- ture forms clouds that shed rain on one side of thc up slopes. Many other cl G 11 d s form in stormy cells where bash into As they blow up the slopes, they j ees and band councillors. jorily of natives serving" sen- grow cooler. Often Iheir mois- -The pallern of drinking in tences arc there directly or in- The rule? of this game are Governed bv air and tempera- lure. The gaseous atmosphere Man-v el d s of grows hot and cool as its glo-! m cclls whether government bal winds blow here and there and, welfare and sea. According I of coolcr T1'e report, intended for use funds "nauirr ?ir a11 sorts, social work agencies in na- from Ihe eirth and cvcr 01' sea, aloft or live ccmmunilies. says Ihe 93 families have about" 400 clril- tbesc families is usually exces-! directly because of alcohol.' sive determined by (he He suggests a more intensive money available, sludy into the mailer and advo- or i cales the formation of rehabili- lation groups. "However, such groups must be run by native personnel. When whites direct programs. Indians will nol become in- mOlStl'rC Hum uiu uiuvn nun Us temperature delermir.es just lhc 5Hrfacc hew much water vapor it can "'arm air is slightly chill- drcn. representing 33 per ccnl vulved. This is why many pro- of the i'ndcr-16 population on grams so far have not achieved (he rcscnc. any real measure of success." Meierolopisis measure 'he hold. Wann air is alio.ved a hicher pr.rcenlagc moislurc lhan cool air. Bui when satlir- alcd warm air cools, il has ajr-s temperature and vapor more lhan ils quota of invis-1 content and compare lhe.se iblc water vapor. C'lruds arc i findings wilh a charl of rcla- formcd when this surplus mois-; Uve humidity. Air is saturated lure turns back inlo misty drop-, a[ ion pcr Cent _ Dnt lets of liquid water. temperature makes a" differ- Somnllunj like ihis happen-, For example, air at nr, when you stand a glass of ice degrees Fahrenheit can hold water in a warm room. The i mol-e ihan twice sides of the glass chili the j por an- at CI Reigning Icing of chess plans to train in secret VANCOUVER (CP) Boris as much va- j Spassky, reigning king of world degrees Fall- j chess, says he will begin train- warm air around it. Thc cooler j rcsheit. Suppose the 86 degree ing in secret next month for a air changes invisible vapor into] temperature drops to fit de-! planned defence of his crown sweaty drops of water on the Thon the gas-i next March. sides of the glass. In lhe almo- sphere. all sorts of weather conditions can create wet' clouds frcm gaseous vapor. When thc sun warms a patch of ground, the ground shares some of its boat with thc air. above it. Air molecules use Ibis heal energy Io speed up and spread apart Some of this thin, i light air rises and spreads np eous vapor must be changed j inlo misty droplets of liquid. Questions asTied by cnlldrcn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P 0. Box 765, Ilunlington Beaca, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1D71) GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES n. GOREN WEEKLY BRIDGE QI.'I7. (I. i N'elthfT vulnerable, p-rtner opens with one spade. As Srnth ynu hold- A91B t'-KQIil 0-K.Ifil Whal is your response? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AQ9 WAKQ.I98 OKQJ4 The bidding has proceeded: North East South P.ns1; Pass What action do you lake? Q. East-West vulnerable, Q. Soulh, j as South you hold' you hold: 4Qfl OA.11096'1 JM9 The bidding has proceeded: Norlh Kail South West 1 4. Pass 1 f. Pass 2 NT Pass Pass 3 NT Pass What do you hid now? Q. Soulh, vulnerable, you hold: X.AQfir.t.l -5107 The bidding has proceeded: Soulh Wrsl North Kasl 1 A Pnss 2 r, Pas, 2 A Pass I Pass Whal action do you take? I vulnerable, as South you hold. CQ5-I in 9 7 (i .12 4A Tim bidding has proceeded: North Kast .South I A 2 What arlion do ynu Ulkfl? AKB1 t'AIOTBJ Thc bidding has proceeded: Soulh West Norlh Easl Pass Pass TO 1 A action rifl you lake? Q. 7 Neither vulnerable, as Soulh you hold: A3 "AQ.m 05.1 Tlie bidding has proceeded: South Wcsl Norlh East 1 '.1 I'ass 2 0 Pass 1 Whal action do you lake? Q. Soulh, vulnerable, >ou hold: A.IT) QinsS3: A: Thc bidding has pmceeded: i East South Wrst North Pnsj Pavi 19 I NT P.isa 2 0 Pass 2 NT Pnss aclion do you take' (f.oolc answers in an interview lie believes Bobby Fischer cf thc United States will emerge as the win- ner of the current elimination series being held to select a challenger to meet Spassky for The Soviet grandmaster said the world championship he has held since 13B9. The U.S. grandmaster is scheduled to meet another So- Met grandmaster. Tiran Pclr- si.in. in the final round of tl'.c challenges' series in a best of. 10-gamc maleh starling next month. Site for thc series has not yet been chosen. Relaxing at his hole] between duties as a U.S.S.R. delegate Io j lhe World Chess Federation j i Congress and as an enlrant in i Canadian Open chess cham- i pionship. bolh row under way j at Ihe University of British Col- umbia, lhe world champion said he frit Fischer holds an edge ovrr Pclrosian. Fischer now has won 12 straight games in tho challeng- ers' round. He defeated Soviet grandmasler Mark Tairnanov fi-0 here last May and followed up wilh a 6-D Denver victory over Danish grandmaster Bent Laiscn. DKFEAT A SUIIPIUSH Spassky described the Dane's defeat as "a very big surprise." Taimanov's defeat "Not so much a surprise." Discussing lhe fortheomirg challengers' match, he said "Pclrosian is very stable and Fischer will have a tougher maleh." ''Pctrosian keeps his oppo- nents at bay until he wishes Io allack. Fischer will have to solve many difficult problems. The maleh will be n test of his characler." Spnssky, ni, won Ihe world lille from Pelrosian in aflcr being defeated by his countryman in his first attempt at lhe erown in (I.F.AMNG ri- NAME Dr. Samuel Mudd, (he man set John Wilkr.'s linnlh brokrn leg only hours after he had shut and killed Presi- dent Lincoln, was Irird anil runvirlod (if conspiracy in Dial incident by a military cuiirl 106 years ngu. Mis de- scdidanls now have prli'.inn- cil fnr a nrw trial, ha.snl on Hi'' fait lhat lhe niililap, Iri- binial srl up in 1X05 hall no- jiirisdiclion. YOU FOR6OT TO SM IF VOJ WANTED PESULAK OR SUPEP, WON'T AM5 CHOW AFTER A LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp -OP. WHAT, WISE GUVt I am your uiheelchatr znd your master.'.' ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HATE TO TELL YOU THIS, VERONICA, BUT YOU'RE NOT 6OINGTDHAVE JUGHEAD JUST ATE THEM ALL i NO BIDDING? I t-UT SUGAR I PUT PINE .AMD CREAM NEEDLES ON MINE MY STRAWBERRIES! MEAN IN MY GARDEN IS MAKING A TEST....TO SEE ME.' WHAT KIND OF HI AND tOIS-By Dik Browne IT'S A LITTLE REMINDER TO KEEP MY HEAD DOWN ANYTHING WHAT'S THAT STUCK TO YOUR THUMB SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Nea ANP WORKED UP. UW DID EVER SET INTO THIS BUSINESS I GAVE HIM A BONE T' KEEP HIM QUIET... BUT I HAD T' CUT TH' f, EUAEB, VSR DOS'S '.'E; AWAKES I HE DOG HAS STOPPEP HOWLING, BUT, I WOUDER. WHAT'S KE.EP- WELL, SO POWN AMD DO SOMETHING TC SHUT HIM UP1 ;