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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta inB Ask Andy ADIABATIC PROCESS Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Ann age of Costa for her question. What is the adiabatic An adiabatic process blew into the column about the Chinook wind. Since it is a very tricky it deserves a fuller explanation of how it works in a more general way. Chemists use the terms adiabatic or isotro- pic to describe changing temperatures within a closed system. The same process confines a system of heat transfer in a weather when a wind blows over and down a mountain. This complex process concerns a temperature change that does not perform as usual. of is a form of energy that causes molecules to move faster. Normally it 'uses several methods to spread and share its energy with its cooler sur- roundings. Normally it spreads until an object and its surroundings are equally cool Dr warm In an adiabatic temperature changes are prevented from spreading This unusual event may oc- in chemical processes or n woothar Chsrnical ictivities either use heat or give off heat energy perform their miraculous changes Usually this energy s taken from or shared with .he surroundings. An idiabatic process occurs when barrier of some sort con- ines a heat exchange to a self- contained system. Another example occurs when gases are compressed. When a gas is or it becomes warmer and its faster nolecules try to spread. But if he gas is sealed in a metal ank and the cannot spread and we lave an adiabatic change of .emperature that does not in- volve the surroundings. The atmosphere is a global turmoil of mingling gases. It would seem to be the least likely place where enclosed adiabatic processes can oc- cur. sometimes the surrounding air limits the path of a wind or confines a mass of light rising air. Then a limited air mass may lose or gain heat without involving the atmosphere around it. This may happen when a prevailing wind meets a mountain. As the warm air from a sunny valley pushes up the it expands and cools as the pressure around it decreases. The cooled breezy air moves over the hump and the process is reversed as it slides down the slope The descending wind piles up and creating its own self-contained heat. This adiabatic cooling and heating process involves only the air mass that moves over the mountain. And the process is quite 'precise. For every feet the upslope wind its temperature cools ten degrees For every feet the downslope wind it gains ten degrees. The adiabatic cooling equals the adiabatic heating. Another adiabatic weather event creates the high-flying clouds. Air near the surface 'absorbs heat and moisture from land and sea The warm air expands and carries its gaseous vapor aloft. A mile or so above the the cooler air has a surplus of vapor which is changed into misty cloud moisture The warm ris- ing air cooled itself and created clouds by a self- contained adiabatic process PICK UP ADDRESS Chronicle Publishing Co. aeked by child- ren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntlngton California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Your horoscope NOV. 11 MrtMay Turn- reorlentation to accept riluch that you had re- jected without understanding seem indicated soon. you have tried to hold onto elude or escape and in a little you appreciate be- ing free of them. Your resources increase and im- prove in diversity and power. Relationships offer poignant moments. Today's natives are energetic capable of great often concerned with the lot of un- fortunates. ARIES 21-Aprll Take the ups and downs of to- day in stride. It makes little difference now so long as some sensible sequence is followed. TAURUS You can quietly make changes and corrections needed or fall for the tease and get into squabbles leading only to more trouble. GEMINI 21-June Much of what you see and hear irritates so relationships become strained. Be sure it isn't your own petulance CANCER 21-July You needn't keep up with the Joneses anybody. Today you should find proof of this real freedom. LEO 23-Aug. The lion in the china shop is just as much a disaster as the bull. That roar you were about to let out might disturb many more people than few who exasperate you. VIRGO Pause to collect pray for then go about picking up wherever you are to go on. LIBRA Telling it as it is helps clear the but watch that you aren't getting into some sort of avenging angel role. SCORPIO ZMtov. Whether you would be better off speaking out and ridding yourself of tension or keeping quiet is debatable. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Your change of mind will need extremely careful presentation if you aren't to force some crisis in your affairs. CAPRICORN 22-Jan. Where you've had the responsibility and the liberty to organize they stand today without undue stress. AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Travel encounters odd preventable if you will look where you are recheck all information as you go- PISCES 19-March Think more in terms of the future and what you will be able to do with what you save or at least refrain from squandering now. The Chicago Tribune Lawrence Lamb M.D. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN O TM Trttm Both vulnerable. North teals. NORTH 10 9 7 3 AS OK9C4 WEST EAST AQ84 K Q J 8 4 10 9763 OQ5 OJ87 762 10 943 SOUTH. AAKJ82 0 A 19 3 2 AQ5 The North East South West Pass Pass 1 Pats 3 Pass 4 Fait Pass Pass Opening King of A defender's play of a high card followed by a lower known as an is usually employed to encour- age the lead of that suit. there is equally use for an give partner a count. It shows a holding of an even number of cards in the suit played. East used this method of carding to the way to defeating Jeclarer's ambitious six spade contract on today's land. Once North showed a near ipening bid by Jump-raising South expected .he combined hands to offer play for slam. Rather than tip off his dis- he got there by the nost direct means available. The North and South hands lid not fit too well. The mir- holdings in the minor wits was unfortunate dnpll- either hand a Uamond fewer and an extra and the tlaoi LTL a good proposition. With the actual declarer's main hope rested in finding the trumps split evenly. Dummy's ace of hearts won the first and as there was no point in delaying the declarer played the ace and king of trumps. East's discard of a heart on the second round was a griev- ous but there was still some hope. Declarer crossed to the king of on which East played the and ruffed dummy's remaining heart. The ace and queen of clubs were East following with the three and four. West was thrown on lead with his remaining trump. Since both dummy and de- clarer were known to be out of it seemed that West would have to play a dia- for the only alterna- tive was to present declarer with a ruff-and-sluff. How- West had paid careful attention to his partner's carding and East's echo in clubs had not gone unnoticed. Once East had followed to three rounds of that meant he had started with a four-card holding. declarer was marked with three clubs along with five one and four and a ruff-and- sluff would be of no help to him at all. Having worked this West lost no time in returning a heart. Declarer could dis- card a diamond from either his hand or the but still had to concede a dia- mond trick. Notice that If West shies clear of the ruff-and-sluff and breaks the diamond South can get home by fol- lowing the percentages and playing for split diamond DEAR DH. LAMB Read an article by you about the lady with diarrhea problems. I have had a problem for about a year which has been diagnosed as ulcerative colitis. This problem bothers me possibly four or five times prior to 8.30 possibly once in the and some but not always a couple of times at night. I would certainly appreciate any suggestions that you might have to correct this problem. In there is not a word that would handle the appreciation DEAR READER I wish there were a ready solu- tion to your difficulty as well as for all the many other peo- ple who have this Ulcerative colitis is a difficult problem to treat. I'm glad you are seeing a doctor regularly Not all cases of diarrhea are ulcerative and it takes a good ex- amination to be sure what the problem really is. Ulcerative colitis is not caused by an in its cause remains obscure. Some doctors have considered the possible role of infectious agents in contributiong to or causing the but for the most part it is generally agreed that this is not the main consideration in most cases. There are many com- plicated facets to the treat- ment of ulcerative colitis. What's done depends upon the individual case and how much. trouble is actually occurring. I would only make a few suggestions that can be general comments for in- Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov. 21 The Nuernberg trial of 20 major Nazi war criminals following the Second World War opened 28 years ago to- day in 1945. The trial lasted nine months and ended with the conviction and sentencing of most of the surviving leaders of the Third Reich for their part in preparing and waging war and for crimes against humanity. 1N7 Princess Elizabeth and Prince Duke of were married in Westminster Abbey. 1935 Admiral Lord Jellicoe died. The Russian writer Leo Tolstoy died. 1911 Moose was incorporated. 1759 The naval humilia- tion of France was completed when the English defeated the French at Quiberon Bay. dividuals with your problem Eliminate all milk and milk products from your diet. For some reason it seems to make these problems worse or ac- tually precipitates attacks. as a trial eliminate all sources of gluten from your diet. That means all cereals except rice and corn To do this right you will need to eliminate all foods that contain specifical- ly cold cuts that usually con- tain commercial ice cream which usually contains cream sauces and cream soups. avoid all spicy seasoning. Rarely a person will have intolerance to gluten as a cause for a diarrhea-type problem. It won't hurt anything to try it yourself. These will not cure ulcerative colitis. The treatment is much more complicated and will re- quire the careful management of your doctor. DEAR DR. LAMb Is it harmful for people to eat un- baked cake I once heard that the combination of ingredients in uncooked cake batter are in someway harm- ful to eat. Would you comment about DEAR READER For all those youngsters who stood at 'their mommy's knee and waited to the I'm happy to report it is perfectly provided their little fingers are clean. If you ate a lot of uncooked cake you might feel little gassy from the baking as it releases carbon but in these days of carbonated soft drinks by the I can't imagine that would be a great change. Pun with bykmki'Ml I NESLECTEP 10 I MEW IMS ID SMANSHAI LET ME BUY you our FDR THE X'MONMVVW ID 1HS SOUP COUNTRY STRIKE .BLONDIE by CMC 'I I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU'RE SELLING-- BEAT IT-- i cow'r WANT YOU RING-TAILEP MONKEY-FACED I'M GOIWG TO PUMCM YOU SMACK IN THAT SILLY NOSE.' 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