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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ask Andy THE MIRAGE layers refract the light rays her question: What causes a mirage? A mirage is a master magi- Normally we behold the scenery only as far as the cian that fools the eye. It even horizon. But a type of mirage can fool a camera. For ex- called "looming" can reveal ample, we see puddles shining objects from beyond the on the road ahead If we pause horizon, where they should be out of sight. These images also are created by the refrac- tion of light rays through air layers of different densities. Looming can make a distant pavement was dry all the ship look taller, show us a time. We can't say that the mirage of the sun just before mirage did not exist. It did it actually rises, or reveal a but we did not see what we distant shoreline from beyond the horizon. In polar regions, combinations of different type mirages create fantastic il- lusions on and above the frozen white wastelands to take a photograph, most likely the puddles will appear in the picture. But as we approach, the water dis- appears and we know that the thought we saw Mirages are mysterious because both parties involved in the trickery are invisible. One is ordinary white light, that travels in straight lines The other is the air, which in this case is arranged in layers of different density In dense layers the gaseous molecules are crowded close together In less dense layers there are fewer molecules, spread farther part. Normally, straight rays of light bounce from various ob- jects and carry true pictures of the scenery to our eyes. In a mirage, the light rays do a double or sometimes a triple bounce on the way They shift parts of the scenery from here to there and we see a misplac- ed picture as a mirage As a rule, a layer of extra dense air bends, or refracts light rays downward A layer of thin, less dense air tends to refract the rays upward And wherever they go, the refracted rays take their im- ages and transplant them somewhere else The puddle- on-the-road mirage appears on a warm sunny day. when the hot ground warms a thin layer of air above the surface This warm air is thin and light and the cooler air above it is much denser Things are set for a mirage The lower layer of warm air refracts the light rays up through denser air above The angled rays transplant a reflected image of the sky a mirage that looks like a pud- dle on the road ahead As we get closer it disappears into thin air, which is where it came from An illusion of this sort is called an inferior mirage because the image we see is below the real object Sometimes realistic details are added upside down. Reflections of trees or an on- coming car may appear up- side down in the puddle on the road. In a superior mirage, image appears above the real object This usually occurs when the lower air is much denser than the air above Often this happens over the sea The contrasting air Andy sends a seven-volume set of The Chronicles of Nar- nia to Karen Soo Chan, age 7, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for her question Are turtles different from tor- toises? Some people call them all turtles and some people call them all tortoises All these animals are very much alike but there are differences Some like to spend all their time, or most of their time on the dry land As a rule, these fellows are called the tor- toises They have stubby legs and some tortoises have claws on their toes But none of them can walk very fast. Turtles prefer to spend most of their time in the water and some of them hard- ly ever come near the land. The smallish ones spend most of their lives in fresh water streams and ponds They have legs and feet and sometimes they walk on the land But the big ocean-going turtles have flippers instead of legs Swimming is easy for them, but walking is very difficult The male turtles never leave the sea The females only come on land to lay their eggs Questions asked by child- ren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box. 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) Heart pact MOSCOW (AP) An agree- ment for co-operation between United States and Soviet doctors to determine and treat causes of sudden death from heart ailments was signed Thursday. It calls for sharing equip- ment and patient information, and follows a 12-day visit here by eight U.S. heart specialists. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN The Chicago WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: OAQ1065 The bidding has proceeded South West North East IV 14 Dble. Pass Whst action do f'cu Q. vuuierable, you are South with a part score of 90. Your partner opens with one heart and you hold: 4KJ1075 V1098 043 What action do you take? Q. vulnerable, as Sooth you hold: 465 OAJ9 4WVKQJ9854 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 4k Pass l 0 Pass What do you bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4Q6 VA6 OAJ762 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 0 Pass l 4 Pass 2 4k Pass 3 0 Pass What do you bid now? LI'L ABNER Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4AJ6 ?KJ3 OAKQ1092 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East I 0 Pass IV 14 What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4J954 VKJ9 OKJ987 The bidding has proceeded: East South West North Pass Pass 1 4 Dble. Pass 2 0 Pass 3 4k Pass What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 45 OKQJ7632 4k872 The bidding has proceeded: East South West North Pass Pass Pass 1 NT Pass What is your response? Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 4Q107654 OAK982 4kl02 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West l 4k IV 14 4 V Pass Pass What do you bid now? [Look for answers Monday) Your horoscope By Jeane Oixon Saturday, October LETHBRIDGE by chirlas schulz Andy sends a complete 20- from a ship so that its image volume set of the Merit is lifted aloft and reversed. Students Encyclopedia to Above the real ship we see its Gayle Schulist, age 13, of mirage, sailing upside down in Niagara Falls, Ontario, for the sky. SUNDAY, OCT. 28 Your birthday today: You are apt to spend the whole year trying to consolidate and improve the life style you've come to enjoy. Much success is promised where the luxury has been genuinely earned, but not where it was too quick- ly and easily gained. Relationships thrive all year thru thick and thin. Today's natives are by nature aggressive, magnetic, and thrifty. The men are generally powerful, the women very feminine ARIES (March 21-April Whatever course you follow, do it in style. The young peo- ple in your life take up much of your time Avoid both haste and fatigue by early starting, sensible stopping points. TAURUS (April 20-May Unexpected benefits may be invoked simply Share your good humor, let up on any pressure you've been exerting against others. Entertainment tends to be expensive but in- teresting GEMINI (May 21-June It is so easily and so needless to spoil an otherwise great Sunday with a lot of squabbling There's every reason for making the rounds, gathering the news, but none for malice. CANCER (June 21-July Be prompt and at your best appearance as you do your share in the community's Sun- day observances. There's no need for a great deal of ex- planation if you will be direct and explicit LEO (July 23-Aug. In personal matters, today turns out to be one of decision Just letting things drift is of itself a negative decision, for which the consequences may be drastic VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Your company is welcome, particularly if you will take yourself out of your regular beaten tracks and go visit peo- ple you have not seen recently Share sports and pastimes LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. The further you can get from your accustomed Sunday habits and usual location, the better, once you're reasonably certain all is in order and secure. Take people up on their promises. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Your home needs attention, planning of improvements. Check it out. Also in pursuit of your best interests include time for prayer and meditation, which brings in- spired guidance SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. Spending proves nothing except that you wind up with less money than you had to begin with and very lit- tle to show for it Avoid an im- pulse to boast or offer needless challenge CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Let others hold forth, make the noises and sustain the forward drive of our system Your turn comes later and you need to be fresh and full of sound plans It will be sooner than you imagine. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Leave commercial and business concerns out of your Sunday Once you've done your share in community customs, pursue social con- tacts Romantic interests blossom pleasantly PISCES (Feb. 19 March By the time you've gotten thru the little chores you've left undone it will be time to exchange visits, renew old and new acquaintances, Ooserve growta anu progress of young people 1973, The Chicago Tribune MONDAY, OCT. 29 Your birthday today: You're all set for an interesting year of cashing in on opportunities Business as usual is enlivened by many episodes of comedy, the relief of a hearty laugh shared all around Relationships thrive despite intermittent interruptions from the career demands. Today's natives express themselves candidaly, are tireless in pursuit of progress, usually able to develop some technical or political specialty SEX ON CREDIT? CHESTER, England (CP) Headline in a Cheshire newspaper- "Why Husbands Get Into Debt: Vicar's Wife on Hire Purchase." ARIES (March 21-ApriI You are a student of sorts, again, to learn something previously beyond your im- mediate reach. The more ex- perience you can cram into this long day and evening, the better TAURUS (April 20-May From a cool start, severyone is amenable to co-operation by afternoon. Friends suffer from adverse, probably un- true comment; little to do but stay out of it GEMINI (May 21-June Pooling resources works out to advantage. In emotional concerns, it's up to you to pre- sent your case frankly if you realy feel that way and take your chances with the response CANCER (June 21-July Your willingness to take add- ed responsibility gets you into a great deal more than you can handle comfortably later. Romance blossoms in unlikely places. LEO (July 23-Aug. The natural course of events is so smooth, you may fail to make full use of current resources. What is not favored is the practical, administrative detail of business VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Enlargement of your budget is feasible for something of value Improvement of home and possessions comes naturally. In no case neglect your prayers and expression of thanks. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Collect what is yours, including unwanted items. Survey possessions, find better homes for them or some profitable disposition Anything to declutter, simplify home environment. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Lay claim to recognition for definite achievement It is easier to put your concerns and wishes into words today make sure you do At home, actions speak stronger than words SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec Reconcile past differences, get on with relationships you cherish Don't pursue lost causes, unlikely ventures Give thought to your public image CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. In the regular course of attending practical affairs, in- tuition creeps into your evaluations and you catch onto something you'd missed before Contact with people long out of touch AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Look about you and. hav- ing once clarified your own situation, see if anybody wants your advice and assistance Older people in particular need something you have in abundance PISCES (Feb. 19-March Overcome that tendency toward laziness' Despite reluctance to get things started for the week, this can be a most productive day No fresh discovery, merely orthodox progress 1973, The Chicago Tribune WOODSTOCK ALWVS TKOU0LE WITH THAT HANP-OFF PUW... SHORT RIBS byfnnko'nial THftfZ CKUUfS A6MSS? BLONDIE by chic young WELL, MAYBE JHlTil' YOU FOUND FOUND WHAT? WHAT WAS IT YOU LOST? i PAGWOOD, ARE YOU JUST TRYIMG TO CONFUSE OH, DEAR I'M LOOKING FOR SOMETHING Js AND I FORGOT L WHAT IT WAS I'M LOOKIMG BEETLE BAILEY by mort walker LTFUZZ {0-2.1 DOESN'T HE EVER STOP SCABBARP TMINKIN6- ABOUT IT? HAGAR THE HORRIBLE dik browne WMAT A PERFECT PAY. CLOUP IN ARCHIE by bob montana Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Oct. 27, 1973 Michael Servetus. a Spanish doctor, was buried alive at Champel. near Geneva, for heresy 420 years ago today in 1553. Both Roman Catholics and Protestants believed him to be a heretic when he re- jected theological doctrine He had escaped from an in- quisition three months earlier but Calvinists seized him and put him to death At the time, Swiss law provided only for banishment and not death as the maximum penalty for religious offences 1950 Progressive Conser- vatives voted to end a 10-year coalition with Liberals in Manitoba 1938 The Nazis began the mass deportation of Polish- born Jews. 1937 Japan refused to at- tend a nine-power conference in Brussels 1936 Wallis Simpson was granted a divorce from her husband, enabling her to marry the Duke of Windsor. 1858 Former U.S. presi- dent Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York City EQUAL RIGHTS N. YOU'RE LUCKY A SIR.L NOT MANAGER QUARTER- OF THE FOOTBALL I'VE LIBERATED THE IT'S THE NEW LOOK.' WITH A MATCHING BALL.' WHAT BURNING ARE THEIR THEY DOING? 1 HI AND LOIS by dik browne THAT'S THE LAST TIME I EVER GIVE HER A BIRTHDAV PRESENT.' SL> WHAT'S WRONO? YOU KNOW HOW SHE ALWAYS WANTS TO EXCHANGE THINGS SO I SAVE HER A GIFT CERTIRCATE AND SHE TRIEP TO EXCHANOE THAT! TUMBLEWEEDS WEEK MY PRICELESS VALUE ID 6RIMY 6ULCH PRAWSTOA GLORIOUS, IF SOME- WHAT TRANQUIL CONCLUSION! ITS LENGTH WHAT'S IMPRESSEP YOU AS FRUMP WEEK'S MOST UNFORGETTABLE FEATURE? STRANGERS ALLUS AXES THAT- HOW DOES ANVOME GET OUT OF THIS by il cipp SHENCVAM SHE'S TRVIN1 TO-SNeER.r-ATTR.ACK ATTEMSHUM DON'T NOTICE MER, AN'SHE'LUGO BUGS BUNNY THAT WAS A PELISHTFUL CICERO! SEE YOU NEXT WEEK 1 I THINK TH'PRO- PESSOR'S ON TRAIMQUILlZERSi ;