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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE ItrHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, Auguil 13, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon SATURDAY, Al'O. II Your Ilirlliilaj- Toilav. Rid- ing out an external crisis be- comes a hohhy this year. You n1' 'iccLislomcd In mobilizing inner strength (hat it prevails and thrives I well. The keys to any success are your regular meditations and prayer. Tixlay's natives include enthusiastic fisher- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Blood sugar levels vary Dear Dr. Lamh I had ai ing Mood sugar, there are dif- 5 The doctor! fcicnt methods of doing the lest and this can account [or a vari- blood sugar or 125 told me that's normal. 1 am 65 years old. The girl at the desk io'.rt me 111) was normal. How far over 125 at (lit1 age of should you have to watch for sugar? "My cholesterol at one time was "320. the last coi'jit 300. taking no medicine. This same doctor said not lo worry about a .ion cholesterol. 1 thought 300 high. Can you tell me what a normal one would be? I thought I read some- where that 105 was normal, if so I think I have something to worry about. Dear Reader First regard- ation of ;o points. Some tesb measure only glucose sugar and other tests measure addi- tional substances with a simi- lar chemical action. Blood sugar levels men and missionary types. A11IUS (Dlarcll 21 April Today is a poor market for your scltonies. Perhaps you iinvcn't made the details clear enough or perhaps the proposal you offer is entirely too clear. TAUHUS (Aftn 21) May To the bold and active Ro the gains from today's scramble. You have a better than average chance. Speak up early! What- ever ycu learn must be applied quickly. GEMINI (May 21 June Slate your views firmly, sub- mit questions and assume part of the responsibilities for up- sctlinB the situation. CANCER {June 21 July It isn't quite your turn yet. tho probably yoi' are urged to start something Be the first to get in on a brilliant scheme. LEO (July 23 Aug. Per- sonal af.airs thrive, become so aliye and busy tlrey may dis- place career effort, regular vary normal people. By most meth- ods a fasting value of 125 15 acceptable. The value will be anxiousness or one test is done work altogether, to antic attractions. Pursue TO- Fighting breaks lull SAtGOX (AP) North Vjct- namese forces opened a scries of attacks the demilitar- ized zone Thursday, only six days after the last major U.S. ground unit pulled out of the region. The fighting broke a '12- day lull across South Vietnam. The North Vietnamese launched three ground assauits and al least six shelling attacks in South Vietnam's northern- most Qiiang Tri province. At least 15 government troops were reported killed and 21 wounded. North Vietnamese i value below and would be elevated by stress. If only the best test is tiro hours after eating a high carbohydrate meal. This will show how the body handles sugar. Diabetics often have a normal fasting blood sugar. A common problem in blood sugar measurements is the un- prepaied patient. I don't know how many people f have seen misdiagnosed as diabetics for this reason. 11 you don't eat carbohydrates the body needs less insulin lo metabolize car- bohydrates and simply produces less. Then if you are loaded with sugar for a sugar test there won't be enough insulin and the test will give a dia- betic response. After eating a high carbohydrate diet for about three days, bread, pota- toes and perhaps a couple of candy bars a day, the insulin production will become normal and the lest will be normal. So it is not always wise to go on a diet to get your weight down just before you go lo see the doctor. One cholesterol test doesn't; loll the story, BUT the higher] the level the more likely one will develop fatty deposits in the arteries. Most heart special- ists would prefer to see the VIRGO (Aug. 2.1 Sept. There's nothing liku a list of facts, figures, souues of ideas lo help you sort fantasy from economic reality. It's possible, but not very probable that you can discard i'inaroial considor- alions successfully for a while. LIUHA (Srpt. 21 (M. Life glides so smoothly that you are tempted to let it do so. Be sure you have prepared ade- for tomorrow and missed some subtlfi qualely haven't turn. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. The steadfast and systematic succeed today while those who rush in and demand instant re- sulls are disappointed, stir in- convenience for all. SAGITTAnlUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. There is no probability of winning an argument. See that you are not provocaii-'fa, back away for the moment, CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. An arrangement or local environmental condition ends. Take advantage o5 changes to sliift your own position. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. If half the promises given come true, be a grand weekend. You have to pitch in and help. PISCES (Feb. 10- March Expenses rise in odd quirks of coincidence. C h i Idren, young people iji general contribute both problems and a share in their solution. TUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN I WAMTEP VA, Lit PFORE I GOBS FOURTH T'MEAT THE IN I...I MITE NOT (gulp.) C-COME BACK! NOIV.LIMPIPLIZARP.YDU SHOULPNTTALK UKETHAT] YOO SHOUuP HAVE A MORE POSITIVE ATTlTUPe.' 8-11 PUT, I AIN'T POSYTTVE ;A I AIN'TCOMIN' "5 V PACK! BLONDIE-By Chic Young losses were put at 26 killed. Continuous pounding by American B-32 heavy bombers and the deployment of several thousand additional South Viet- namese troops have failed to turn back the North Vietnam- ese. The recent lull also was bro- ken in Cambodia. Communist command forces launched re- peated assaults on Cambodian defenders of two bridges on a highway about 305 miles south- west of Phnom Penh, the capi- tal. The North Vietnamese 1st Di- vision has kept the highway closed for most of the last nine months, cutting off Phnom Penh from Kompong Som, Cambod- ia's only deep water port. happier if it were nearer 200 or below. Often the best treat- ment is a proper diet, that means restricting calories suf- ficiently to eliminate obesity. Exercise and limiting fat and cholesterol intake is also help- ful. The higher the cholesterol level the more likely it witl be significantly lowered with a proper program. 1 am not an enthusiast for medicine to lower blood cholesterol. Most of these medicines cause undesirable side effects they are, after all. poisons of a sort. I see no reason to give medicine when proper living habits will cor- rect the situation. So you might see what you can do for your- self. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN Br ChlHio TrtbBM) East-West vulnerable. North leals. NOHTH AK WJ94 O AKJSJ West Pass Pass Pass WEST EAST 4Q98743 V A Q 7 J V W D9 OQ 10 8754 I. 0 J 9 8 54 Void SOUTH 6 J 102 W K 8 6 5 2 0 0 J. 10 S Z The bidding: North East South 1 0 Pass 1 2 NT Pass J 3 W Pass I invented paper? Paper gets its name from the reedy, papyrus plant that thrives along (re banks of the muddy Nile. The peoples or an- cient Egypt dried and glued it in strios to make long rolls of Papyrus writing paper. But our kind of paper was not invented in Egypt- Most experts agree that it was invented in China, alrcjst 19 centuries ago. Ac- cording to the Chinese, the first modem paper was made in the year 105 AD. At that time, the Emperor Ho Ti's Minister of Public Words was Ts'an Lun. And Ts'- an Lun thought that there must hie better things to write on ban silk or flattened bamboo. 5o he set about finding them, lie shredded mulberry bark into fibers and matted (hem down to make fist pages. This vss the first real paper. But he Chinese improved it and later made; fine, papers from rags, twine; hemp and mailed shreds of rice. Several centuries later the Arabs learn- ed the secret from (he Chinese and paper making spread through Europe and Asia. Questions asueri uy cnllrtrcn of Ifcrnld renders should bo mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 76S, Hunllnglon Benc'a, California 92618. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1071) I'LL GO UP AMP SEE HIM FOR A MINUTE BOY.' MY FEET VII'1' ARE JUSr KILLING ME BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker HAVEN'T FlXEP MORE TViAH ONE WAY TO e A CAT HALFTRACK JO GEE POCTOf? LI L ABNER-By Al Capp HERE ARE THE MARKS VJHERE ITWASSETDOWN- -AWD TOOK IT-pAuT.'- STICK UP YOUR HANDS CHAIR---I MEAN YOUR LESS." -AUD THESE IhlDlCATC. A CAR PICKED IT UP.'.'- I 6EGGEO -BUTNOVj THEM TO fl IT'S FREE GIVE THAT A TO PREV OH CHAIR THE RI5 ARCHIE-By Bob Montana YOU SO BACK AND SWIM IN THEY DONT Omv THE HI AND LOIS-By Oik Browne TRIXIE USED TO JUST SCRIBBLE WITH HER CRAYONS. 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