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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, April 13, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY. Al'ftIL H Your birthday today: Finds you affirming your failh. building slowly and surely for future happiness and pros- perity. Serious relationships Ask Andy Solar radiation Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Fran- ces Dobies, age 12, of Whites- boro, New York, for her question: What happens as light pene- trates the ocean? If we could harness all the solar radiation that falls upon our planet every second, it could supply mankind's total energy needs for about a couple of years. Some of this solar energy is visible daylight and since live on a watery world, most of it falls on the global ocean. Our stupendous takes about eight min- utes to dash to meet us across 93 million miles of space. Sure- ly, one would supoose, it has enough strength to penetrate two or three miles through the water to the ocean floor. a i But about one third of the solar radiation that reaches the earth is reflected back into scace by dust and vaporous clouds and some is absorbed by the gaseous atmosphere. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS British troops faced a de- fiant Indian mob 34 years ago Am- ritsar, Punjab. Riots had oc- curred throughout Borthern India and public meetings Only about 47 per cent of our total quota reaches the surface. Around us, solid surfaces ab- sorb and reflect the sunbeams to reveal the scenery in day- light colors. The solid ground changes the invisible range of infrared light into heat. So it goes on the land, where barriers of dense rock prevent sunlight from penetrating be- low the solid surface. But the seas are filled with liquid wa- ter which is less dense than solid rock and sometimes as transparent as glass. One might sociates. Pursue recreation ra- ther than serious negotiations. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Communications are snarled. No big issues involved, so re- lax. Health care can be stud- ied at leisure. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Keep your plans to yourself. Friends could complicate mat- ters. Financial negotiating runs into obstacles. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Stop, look, listen, then pray i for guidance. All will be well! take up more of your atten- tion. Today's natives are of many vocations, and share a profound interest in ppuitual matters. ARIES (March 21 April Today we sort ov.t the results of yesterday. Solitude, exercise and" fresh air help relieve pent up emotions. Home ufe is better later. TAURUS (April 20 May It's a busy day and nobodv's in a helpful mood. Your share in overlooking minor irritations is much apprecidteJ. GEMINI (May 21 .Tune I you and your loved ones. CAPRICORN (Dec, 22 Jan, j An impatient move is like- ly premature. Much can be gained by caution. Avoid haste and fatigue. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Accept delay and disop- pointment as inevitable. Keep careful records of what you at- tempt. PISCES (Feb. 19 March HELLO? 15 1HI57HE LEAGUE PRKiPENT? I'M UONOUKfllKT 6AJM6TW..M VERY HAW TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan TRESSES, PERCY! KIU- THAT LEAP STORY! I firOTA REP- HOT SCOOP.' i Your ability to manage in limited conditions is tested. Keep your mind occupied dur- ing CASVCEK (June 21 July Somebody will demand all of your time just when you have many other things to do. Anger will not help. LEO (July 23 Aug. Lii- expect the daylight to pene-1 tie progress is likely in finances, trate all the way down to the as you wait for the giving advice be systematic bottom of the ocean abyss. Ac- tually, the deepest it can go is about feet and only the strongest wave lengths can go th's deep. Solar radiation is a blend of assorted wave lengths. The' longer wave lergths of visible j light arc filtered out as the sun- beams penetrate downward through the water. At a depth of 200 to 300 feet the long rays of red, orange and yellow have gone, plus most of the heat j energy. If the sunlit upper level is clean and clear, its shiny J surface mirrors the bluss and pearly grevs of th esky above. Below this level, the water is tinted with the shorter green and the shortest blue lengths. As the depleted sun- beams penetrate on dovvn to to ripen. Pick up a long-neglect- j and take into full account the ed hobby. emotional states cf the people VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 22': j you advise. You differ drastically v.ith as-' 1973, The Chicago Tribune LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Eliminate gluten X ni celiac disease OH; PRESS RUNNIN'.ANP WE'VE GOT NO STORY. IN FACT, WE'VE 60T NO STORIES AT ALL J LEAPIN' LINOTYPES.' WHAT A YARN! BANNER NEWS SHORTAGE HITS AREA! 6AU.ANT i NEWSPAPER PISHTS FOR mil RUN IT ON THE SPORTS PAGE' WITH A PESCRIPTION OF THE FISHTJ BLONDlE-By Chic Young green rays are stolen. Below this level the dim water is an unforgettable blend of deep vi- brant blue and vivid purple. i Under favorable conditions, such, rays reach down to 2.000 feet. Below this level, the chilly sea water is blacker than black- Dear Dr. Lamb I wonder' ere diarrhea and problems of if you can help me. I had Celiac failure in absorption, tempor- disease when I was a child., anly there might even be diffi- Can it recur in an adult? My i culties in absorbing milk or or- mother insists that treatment dinary table sugar. The dam- is dietary by eliminating wheat, aged lining of the intestinal and similar cereals containing i tract cannot function in its nor- the protein gluten besides sub-! mal fashion. By a complete stitutes and supplements for! and absolute elimination of all the eliminated cereals. j gluten sources in the diet, in What are the complications instances the other prob- of adult Celiac disease if left i lems be corrected in fame. untreated or undiagnosed? My ?f vitamin and mineral prediction is not living any j deficiencies that may have oc- more and I am having trouble! from longstanding mal- I'LL. HAPPY TO SiNS FOR YOU WHY DON'T YOU GET A JUKEBOX? I L1KS MUSIC WlTrl MY MEALS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker but it is iroops to fire. A total of 379 were killed and 1.208 were injured. The carnage caused a wave of horror in the United Kingdom and India. Gen. Dwyer was forced to retire but the House of Lords justified Mm on the grounds he saved British rule in Punjab. died in a fire at the Pointe-aux-Trem- bles, Que., home for the aged. Australian gov- ernment granted political asylum to Vladimir Petrov, Soviet Embassy secretary. "utcu. Dear Reader Of course. I to blend their color schemes j can't saJ" the J with the locally tinted water, i data Ol case kerel throng through the sun- lit surface level. Their backs i are glistening blues or silvers i absorption from fee intestinal tract also must be corrected. band uses electricity to cure his j want f j getting the treatment I think I Each level is its own ecology I bad been prohibited by Brit- system and its populations tend 5sh authorities. VThen a !i- "--j --1- crowd refused to disperse, wita me locaiiy nntea water, i T" 7 in T Gen. Dwyer ordered the For example, herring and mac- any. it J kerel throne through thp sun-i iac or an auergit. in __ t tolerance to gluten whicn is in wheat and all cereals rice and corn. In its milder forms it can cause m i Id gastrointestinal symptoms but this often pro- Dear Dr. Lamb My hus-j U'L ABNER-By Andy Capp i has on the body. Dear Reader Attaching mirrors the blue-grey and conceals the fish from hun- gry gulls overhead. When hun- gry sharks look up from be-1 low. they confuse the pale fishy i tummies with the pale daylight above the water. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be> mailed to Ask Andy, P.u. Box 765. Hanticgton Beach, Califo-nia 92B4S. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) grasses to serious diarrhea and the inability to absorb foods from the intestine. This in turn leads to malnutrition and vita- deficienciss. particularly currents dangerous If small cur- pass through the body and effect the heart it can cause evidence at all that electricity j helps cure arthritis in any way.! It sounds to me like a quack GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN S im, CMdfg rritmt East-West vulnerable. Souti deals. NORTH AQ83 17 A75 V93 AS983 WEST CK8754 EAST 4AK76S VQ98 OQ10I SOUTH East OAJI Tie bidding: Sontfe, West Norfe 1 v7 Fas; 2 A 2 C1 Pats 4 Fast Paw Opening tead; Jack of A Less reliance on strict per- centage tables and more di- rect examination of the problem which confronted him might have proved high- ly refreshing to South, the declarer at four hearts. West opened the jade of spades, which held the first Jrick when all nands played hw. East overtook the next round with the king and con- tiiaed with Jbc ace, which South raffed the four of bearts. A heart was ted to the aes the suit was returned. Bast played the nine, end after a brief moment rf study pot up UK king. When West stowed out, de- claitr played a third round of trumps, putting East ia with the queen. The latter shifted to a diamond, South put up tbe ace and tried to run the clubs by cashing the queen and then crossing over to dummy's king. Ha disposed of one diamond oc the king of clUtw, but when East showed out, West re- tained the jade as a stopper in the suit. South was obliged to concede a dia- mond at the end for the set ting trick. Declarer could have w- Sured his contract against anything short of a very bad break in ctabs by taking the heart finesse. Tbe advantage rt this play becomes obvious all hands are exposed to view. There is a sounl reason for not trying to drop tec queen, however, despite and fact that declarer has nine tramps and the odds slightly favor that play. Suppose, for example, that the heart finesse should lose to a ooutoleion queen in West's hand. Now oppo- nents are out of hearts, and North's seven becomes a late entry to dummy. K West shifts to a diamond. South the trick with the ace, cashes tbe three top one dia- mond frran his then raffs a ctob to establish North's Jong can} in that suit. Dummy is reentered by leading tbe six of hearts over to tbe seven, and Sonth's jemateini goes on the nine of cWbs. of those fat soluble A, D and K. This can become quits ser- i ious. For individuals who really i vitamins, gimmick and I'd stop it immed- iately. I'm always appalled at mother is quite correct in say- ing that the who have chronic diseases such as arthritis. There are a fan- WILL THIS PUT YOU UOTOTHE I PROPER MOOD TO RECREATE THE FIRST COMIC 20OKr> I TRUST VOU'VE PROVIDED AMD TORSCT THOSE DETA.'LS.r III." RLLTHE W1ME CELLARS AMD HIRE THE ENTIRE EOSTOK! SVMPHOMV ORCHESTRA.V llTf il i 11 Bob Montana that include this. People are sometimes aston-' 1 ished to learn what this in- i eludes. The list definitely in-, i eludes commercial ice cream: which uses flour as a thickener, j i any food which includes white j j sauces made from flour and' cream soups include I flour, as well as cold cuts, wie- ners and what one considers meat products that, actually con- tain cereals as fillers. This means a shift Ln em-j phasis to use corn and rice for; cereals. Vegetables, fruits, plain meat, fish, chicken, milk, and i I all other food products are ac-' ceptable. i When a person has had sev-' peddled to you at the door. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in pare of this news- paper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's new booklet on ulcers, send 50 cents to same address and "Ulcers" booklet ask the for 1 HE'S v HTEENi LODGE WOULDN'T DOG WITHOUT A PEDIGREE A MH-E TRYING TO SELL HIS LAST PUPfY TO MR. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Ben pointed to the map. "Right at that he said. "It's a triangular lot with straight sides, and 5l's funny the area is just times the perimeter." "Seems a funny shape Don commented. "How big is "I didn't note the esact mea- j thinks the SJ.500 sareroents but. I noticed some-! compen- thing about replied Ben., "The side is eight feet! less than ihe middle side, and! Wrestler wins homenwker of vear FAIRF1ELD. Men'. The "Betty Crcdcer Homemak- i cr of trw Year" in Montana is Fainielo high school wrestler and football player Kyle Otern. 1 but the first male cf the .Mate title WJ M5AN V WEiR CLOTHES LC7S OPSPCRTS (50LP. SWlMA'JNe SHORT RIBS-By Franl? O'Neal sate for tne ribhmj? will get. Olscn chosen from Giber entries 5n the aisua] com- the is caghl fed spcnswcd by Gciwral than twice the shortest" H out those mcasure- meets. j (Answer Monday) Yesterday's The pro- was 1OT01S02 ?-hich allowed mate coo- tcstants for first Jime. Another boy, Daniel Murnion nf -Jomian, was the JTontana runncnjp. HAGAR the HORRIBlE-By Dik Browne BUGS BUNNY THIS PLACE LOOKS UKE ITS IS I V BOOK 3Y IT'S 1 MIGHT BE JvntWKnEP JFTHEFWJCe ;