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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE NovMilbtr Ask Andy CHINOOK WIND Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Cecile age of Fair- for her What is a chlnook In pioneer the region around the great Columbia River was known as the country of the Chinook In- dians. Later some of the settlers noticed that wonder- ful winds sometimes blew from this direction. came bearing spells of nihM- dry just when the wintry season was at its worst Surely such welcome winds deserved a name and surely the most suitable name was Chinook winds. Winter brings blizzards and deep snows to Montana and to the Dakotas and southwestern Canada. But in these the people have come to expect a mid-winter treat. It arrives when the chinook wind blows down the eastern slopes of the wafting mild dry air over the snows. Often the people look toward the hoping to see its sign in the sky. When a great triangle of clouds is blown like a curtain across half the blue they know that the chinook is on the way. As the air blows down the eastern it grows warmer. When it reaches the the temperature may rise 40 degrees. In a few more than a foot of the deep snow may melt or more likely evaporate into the warm dry air. Often one chinook wind follows another and in a few unlikely cattle may graze outdoor through much of the winter. Naturally this kindly wind is part of the global weather system it is a feature of the prevailing westerlies that across the Pacific Ocean. These cool moist winds reach thejyestern mountains and to continue-on their way they must ascend and descend over the hump. This causes changes in air pressure and the cool wet wind becomes a dry wind. As the ocean winds ascend the western they shed their moisture as ram on the slopes and often as snow on the high peaks. When it reaches the the breezy air is much but still cool. When the wind continues on down the eastern its air is warmed by a process called adiabatic heating. For every 180 feet it drops down the the temperature may rise one degree Fahrenheit. If the chinook wind climbs over a range feet it gets to be about 30 degrees warmer than it was on the other side. By the time it reaches the level the chinook is a rather gusty wind of moderate strength. But it is warm enough to relieve the wont winter weather with a reminder of springtime. Windf of thin sort blow over mountainous regions in other parts of the world. Some meteorologists call them foehan which is what they are called in There these west' winds blow over and down the steep slopes of the Alps. QuMtfont by cMM- of Herald nmdm thOuM IM malted to Andy. P.O. Hunflngtofl Your horoscope PubHsMng Co. NOV. 4 Yaw MrtMay today C what will later be thought of as a year of in which trivial choices or whims of the moment are related to subtle reorientation in directions you hadn't planned. Much of what happens is a matter of most of your work is learning how to adapt to it. Relationships run rich and supportive thru this whole complex developmental phase. Today's natives are independent of skilled technically. ARIES 21-April Gather Lawrenc0 Lamb M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB Would you please print your opinion on the use of raw sugar that you buy in the pure food stores compared to white sugar. I'm taking water pills' and I know that salt will cause the body to maintain water. What do you think about using a salt substitute to cut down on salt My regardless of what doctors is that anyone retaining water in their system should learn to cut down on salt intake and use more flavoring spices to make up the and in time they won't need salt at all. Another my brother and I and some friends have been cutting down on our food intake in order to lose weight so we have been drinking a lot of bouillon but I have noticed that they have a salty so in trying to cut down on our weight by using these are we adding salt which helps us to hold water and still gives us extra DEAR READER There is no significant advantage in using so called raTw-sugar over white sugar. It is stilTftsarly free of other substances in the cane or beet that it is made from. There are only traces of other elements in it. Both are equal in and I notice you want to lose weight. Salt substitutes are fine for people who need to take medicine to eliminate salt. At one time the low salt diet was our mainstay in treating these problems because now com- monplace effective medicines didn't exist. Either one of the salt substitutes you mention in the rest of your letter would be fine for this purpose. you can do a lot by planning your food prepara- tion to eliminate excess intake of sodium salt. Some people can't bring themselves to stay on such a and this is one reason doctors often resort to water pills rather than try to encourage their patients to follow such a diet. The trick is to prepare foods without adding as you men- using spices helps solve the taste problem. You can use artificial salt also in seasoning your foods. bouillon cubes are loaded with and if you and your friends are drinking lots of bouillon you are getting plenty of salt in your diet. Bouillon cubes are just dandy for people who do not need to worry about salt but simply can't be used if you want to stay on a salt restricted diet. You can prepare your own bouillon by boiling or and .saving the juice for this pur- pose. if you you could season it with salt sub- stitute. There is naturally salt in but unless you have a serious problem it won't be enough to make a difference. Since your doctor seems to be unworried about your salt in- it should be okay Retaining water does in- crease pounds of but it is not fat. If you want to get rid of fat you must eliminate more than water. Washing out the body water without losing unwanted fat .deposits is not -helpful in a weight losing progTaHkJThe accompanying loss of saTt'can lead to un- necessary weakness. if you are successful in controll- ing the salt in your your doctor may want to cut back on your water pills. Send your questions to Dr. in care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on low blood send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Senator objects editorial Goran on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN TM TflMM WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. as South you 4K1092 OAJ1095 The bidding has South West North 10 24 20 5 4 9 What do you bid Q. as South you 4K7 OAQJ65 The bidding has South West North East 1 0 Pass 2 4 Pan 2 V Pass 2 4 Pan 3 NT Pass S 4 Pan f What do you bfd Q. you 498Z 018543 4AQt 1 The bidding has North East South Went l V Pan I NT Patt 3 V Pass What do you bid Q. as South you 4103 OAJ7 4AKQJ2 Your right-hand opponent has opened the bidding with one spade. What action do you LI'L ABNER Q. you 4AQ10 4 OA 4A9 843 The bidding has South Weit North But 14 1 V 14 Paa What do you Q. as South you 475 OAKQ734A83 The bidding has South North Eut 10 14 l NT Paw What do you bid Q. 7-As you 4AJ9 3 9 2 OKI 3 4AK2 The bidding has SMlh North East 1 4 Pan 14 20 2 4 3 PHI What do you bid Q. 8-Both u South you 4Jit 7 S 2 0 KM 1 7 The bidding has West North Eait Soith l 4 OMe. l 4 Paw 3 V Paw What do you bid for ontwerp OTTAWA Senators may be tired and useless. Senator Hartland Molson says but the Senate is not a farce and a scandal. He was objecting strongly in the Senate to language used in a recent Montreal Gazette editorial. The editorial was highly critical of the Senate. It was written following a recent Canadian Press story analysing corporate director- ships held members of the Senate banking com- which Senator Molson is a member. The 22 banking committee members have 75 per of the reported direc- torships held by Senators. Senate of Canada stinks of the editorial said. reeks of special interest. It is crammed with political fat object particularly to the words 'stinks' and said Senator Molson. rest I leave to my colleagues to The editorial also to this dis- credited body merely serves to consolidate an in- stitution that is a farce and a scandal in the Canadian con- stitutional Such language is unacceptable and definitely a breach of Senator Molson said. family and make an excursion into the lively or entertaining. Travel may be symbolic or depending on the circum- stances. TAURUS Zf-May In making your appearance in the community's observance of be alert for a chance to exchange news and ideas for later negotiations. Usual contacts arise. Keep notes. GEMINI Be around so you miss nothing of the many little dramatic incidents of this generally good- humored day. A pet project needs last minute revision. CANCER Zl-July With everything going more try letting well enough alone. Avoid bringing strangers or too many people into the current phases of your studies or creativity. LEO 23-Aug. Friends and family come by or figuratively. People have no idea they are filling up so much of your time Be then- pursue your own course. VIRGO 23-Sept. Get as far away from old steady routines as the conditions but take an old friend or two along. Young people tend to be hard on your patience and purse. LIBRA 23 Oct. This pleasant Sunday promises some wild story that makes an unusual puzzle for which no complete solution is to be found Make the best of it. learning what to expect of friends. SCORPIO 23-Nov. Your zest for expenence is the possibilities numerous. Pick the most un- enter into it with anybody disposed to try Evolve an adventurous for yourself. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Home life is active and happy according to what you have done to set it up that way. If you have not establish- ed your own look about you. Today may bring you w_ell toward that goal CAPRICORN 22-Jan. The unexpected pops up this and will be better received if you are placidly doing the best you can toward the general good of your own community. AQUARIUS 20-Peb. Keep things with a few really special friends who know you well. Pursue romance if you are eligible and think you might be serious. pastimes are fun only if shared. PISCES 19-March Social contacts are more than enough to keep you busy Concentrate on the few that are important to you. avoid general attention which limits your range. The Chicago Tribune SHOUT ITS VICTORIOUS ARMY BFTURNINS fSOM CONT LOOK SO VKWWUS 10 MS.' BLONDIE by CMC ytMf DON'T DEAR- I'LL TAKE CARF OF IT I FORGOT TO PUT THE MEAT LOAF INJ THE REFRIGERATOR AT LEAST I'LL TAKE CARE OF MOST OF IT T BEETLE BAILEY by mort wilkir HAGAR THE HORRIBLE dik browne ARCHIE by bob montim Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov. 1973. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was re-elected for a second term 37 years ago to- day in 1936. Only Maine and Vermont supported his op- Alfred Landon. The polio-crippled Democratic president went on to win an unprecedented fourth term in the 1944 election but died suddenly a year weakened by the years of war. 1953 one of the Dionne entered a Quebec Convent 1946 An American Airlines crash in New- foundland killed 39 persons. 1916 HMS Connemara and Retriever collided in the Irish killing 92 men. The first national automobile show was held in Boston. 1762 France relinquished its American mainland colonies to Spain and TO ENDOW WRITERS CANBERRA Australian novelist Patrick White announced Friday he will donate his Nobel literature prize to endow an annual award for Australian DID YOU PUT IT IN i. AND NTHE CELLAR I BOTTLED WHERE. HOMEMADE J IT'S ROOT BEER LIKE -I LA'ST TOLD YOU V IT BUT IT'S X PUT IT R.1QHT UNDE.R YOUR. WINDOW VEAH UNDER X ON THAT THE LITTLE.... WHATZIT. HI AND LOIS by dik browni Y THE TIME AREN'T WE FOR THAT 60ING TO 1 IS IN THE THIS BUSH LAST SPRING SAID DONT HATE IT HOW THOSE GARPENING EXPERTS KTEEP CHANGING RULES. 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