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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHKRIDGl HERALD August 15. 1973 Your horoscope By JEANE DIXON Al'GLST 18 Your birthday Kinds you advanced in a long-term of seeking a bet- ter way of life. Late in the year your suddenly 23 Aug. Third pei-sous tend to involve themselves in your personal af- or you may inadvertent- ly bring them in yourself. VIRGO 23-Sept. There are no special favors Blood count and the stomach turns brieht and UDward To- i luclc ale i Dear Dr. Would occurring as a complication of davs na'ives have -pedal Itoday- Bide your time' tell me after most of and this fits with _ 'ins that even lone-olanned ven-' LAWRENCE E. M. D. talent for handling oltsn divide their lives into vigorous success then take leisurely retire- ment. ARIES 21-April Echoes on past emotional ex- ing that even long-planned ven-' stomach is the the- type of treatment that you tures have flaws. I blood will not stay built up and i are getting. LIBRA 23-Oct. gets very little food value j The other problems you are Being patient with yourself and out of wfcat is eaten. j describing are related to The first few years after your momentary limitations is part of the challenge the rest of this work week. most of my stomach was re- because of a duodenal SCORPIO 23-.Vov. a vitamin tablet was pressions come back in the Ocher peopie-s actions may taken every and a B-12 midst of your effort to concen- puzzle you Even vorse trace on present business. and sometimes may assume their reasons a month. within a Your small stomach is not able to store food. One of the functions of the stomach is to be a large food reservoir to store the large volume of food we eat. A small amount is then passed TAUKUS 20-May and recent when they're' vear bload transfusions v.ere i progressively into the small in- there's nothing to become eith- not. SAGITTARIUS necessary. Now I take another 22-Dec. j vitamin which includes iron and The more directly aligned the shot once a week. So far toe work is with your personal choices. 1 form. blood count is staying up. I er greatly concerned over Qujet adventures liver plus B-12 and an to evade. GEMINI 21-Jime Let. fast-talking people do their best to talk themselves out of whatever gains they at first seem to achieve. CANCER 21 July iron the better you per- eat three regular meals a day I plus small meals in between CAPRICORN 22 Jan. j and at but am unable Older people tend to be to gain much weight. Have you testine. In the total absence of the or if your stomach is very the food you eat is rapidly into the small intestine. This overloads the small intestine's and causes it to move the food along too rapidly. overcrihcal as you mad vert- heard of this In spite of what you ently run afoul of some ancient have not would others sweep you' forgotten rule. along into their plans. It's a1 day of good work and growth. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS 15. 1973 The Allies invaded France from the south 29 years ago sev- eral beaches east of the mouth of the Rhone River. The landing from some ships and after heavy preliminary Dom.bardm.ent. began pushing rapidly north to link with the Allied forces that had landed at Normandy in June. Within AQUARIUS C.Ian. 20 tation there are many subtle euces Confine business to fam-' liar territory. PISCES Leave meddlers aside by hold- ing your own pursue personal concerns vi Arguments corns easy 1973. The Chicago Tribune All important digestion and before9 I 'sure I absorption of food material oc- I curs in the small intestine. When it moves through too Dear Reader This some- idl this interferes with ab- times happens after such sur- sorpticn the food fit from the produces a substance nutrient3 in your diet. faaor viucn treatment for this problem is is necessary for the absorption Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER of B-12. As long as your sto- mach is working properly and there some acid and intrinsic you will absorb sources of B-12 in your and in this will help the blood-forming organs to pro- duce the proper amount of red blood cells. to have multiple small meals fn the course of the sto- mach often and the condition is partia'ly The small meals that you eat should avoid large amounts of starches and sweets. With your type of problem which is entirely different from peo- ple with normal digestive func- IS HOIK HATE TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan VM NOT YOU WORTHLESS MOP 0'SLOPS.' I WANT TO WOST YOUR IVE PKI6N6P A NEW 6ARMgNT THAT'LL PO FOR YOUR BLONOIE-By Chic Young YOU'RE f I'M DA6WOCO fJOT LBROf 1 BUMSTEAD LEi5OV LIVES POWN THE WE'RE THESNIFFENS-WE'RE New AROUND HERi Tl TORSOTTD f ASK WHAT rift's J THEY TAKE THEIR BATHS If the stomach fails to tions you need to concen- duce intrinsic then your j ti-ate on diet that has a high- ability to absorb B-12 and vital i er portion of its food from pro- substances important to blood j formation disappears. This result in pernicious ane- 1 mia. Giving liver shots as you described provides these sub- stances directly to the i thereby avoiding the problem tein and fat and less from car- bohydrate. This does not that you should eli- minate carbohydrates entirely. Enterprise Send your questions to Dr. We haie 2239 for the game today Two one and one French and United 9- L'sing all four each but States units had entered Paris. I no other digits at you form rejected Euro-' for the consecutive numbers from one up. Any arithmetical signs may pean union. 1948-The Republic of South but no summation or Korea was proclaimed. factorial symbols. Dai't forget j combined Canadian both types of powers I and United States force and roots extra For pied Kiska Island in the Aleu- 22 minus 9 plus three tians during the Second World is a solution for 16. The limit without a break in troops cap- continuity seems to be 110 I tm-ed Loos and Hill 70 diiring shall be glad to check I he First World War. and will send hints to help in steamship Ancon fulure games if requested was the first ship to sail' Yesterday's HAM through the Panama Canal. was 126. of not being absorbed from the in care of tliis news- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's new booklet on ul- send SO cents to the same addres and ask for Ul- cers booklet. surgery you are either not pro- ducing enough intrinsic or you have poor intestinal ab- which causes you to be susceptible to anemia. This is a form of pernicious anemia Ask Andy BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker Lit ABNER-By Al Capp AW CHEAP I BLOOD 1 TO REPLACE IT WITH jJ GOREN ON BRIDGE EAST 10 7 2 V K 8 7 5 0 Id A 1 0 2 3 NT Past BY CHARLES H. GOREN e TIM cmun THKM Both vulnerable. South NORTH A XC54 V AQ 0 KftJS J WEST t Q J 9 3 y 10 96 49854 SOUTH AK 32 K Q 19 7 I 3 J The South West Nortk 1 A Pass 2 Pass NT Pass Pass Pass Opening Queen of 4 In declarer there is very thin line be- tween success and failure. Any opportunity to enhance your possibility of succeis i h o n 1 d be grasped. South applied this principle on hand brought home a contract that would surely fail if played by a less thoughtful jeclarer. North showed both his suits after South bid and re- bid his seven-card suit With two stoppers in unbid nuit. South elected to bid'two no trump at his third turn rather than bid clubs and North contracted for the nine-trick game. West led the queen ot attacking Smith's en- tries to his club suit. Declar- er won the trick with the king and paused to review the situation. It was obvious that he would need the club suit to fulfill his contract. if he led a low club to the he would be beaten if either defender tras able to hold off the ace of clubs. Declarer would have to return to his hand with the ace of spades to knock out the ace of and then would have no way to get back to his hand to run the clubs. Declarer was well aware that the odds greatly favored a 3-2 club division. There- it seemed that he could play the king of clubs and continue the suit until the ace was forced out. Given the normal club ttw remaining spade honor would be an entry to the good clubs. As the cards that line would for West's fourth club would become a second stopper. Yet South succeed- ed in making bis contract by giving himself a slight extra chance. At trick declarer led a heart to dummy's ace and then played the jack of from the table. Had East played declarer intend- ed overtaking and continuing the hoping for a 3-2 iplit. As it was. East had a ringleton ace and was forced to win the trick. Declarer's club suit was and there was still a spade entry to the closed hand. 1 because their pulsing are surriunded by equally balanc- i ed fields of electricity and mag- netism. They include visible infrared and ultraviolet radio and gamma rays and x-rays. All i travel at the same velocity in of somewhat like of the sea. These wave- Invisible energies Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of tbe ftierit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Ricci age of i for his j HoW are frequea- i cy and velocity terms are used to de-1 lengths are measured by the i fine invisible energies that tra- j distance between or.a crest and vel from here to there in puls-1 ing waves. Velocity is the speed at which they travel. Wave- j lengths measure the size of the pulses. Frequency counts tiie number of times they pulse per second. Solar radiation is a pac- kage of assorted energies in- cluding light and radio. They all travel at same velocity. But they puke along in waves of different vibrating at different frequencies. f- .THEN SAY IT'S QUITS VALUABLE.'.' WOULD VOU LIKE TO TH3OWM AWAY THAT VAT OP VJORTHLESS Bob Montana Sound travels in waves of en- ergy that vibrate at so many frequencies per second. High I notes have high frequencies that I vibrate faster and low notes I vibrate at lower frequencies. Sound energy has to pulse along through a surrounding which may be molecules of gas- liquids or solids. Its velocity through ordinary air is about feet per second. elastic mediums help it to go I faster and through steel its velo- different kinds of electro- magnetic energy travel in dif- ferent some long- er and some shorter. The long- est radio wavelengths measure many miles. The shortest gam- ma ray wavelengths measure about one billionth of an inch. All these invisible wave- lengths vibrate so many times per second which gives their energy frequency. Longer wave- lengths have lower shorter wavelengths have high- various are ar- ranged in a according to wavelengths and frequencies. This chart is the electromagnet- ic spectrum. Short wavelengths with high high frequencies are on the longer wavelengths with lower frequencies are graded toward the right side of the spectrum. Midway is a narrow section giving the bands we see in the rainbow spectrum of visible light. er frequencies. The forms of this energy i city per second is feet A whole range of other ener- gies are far more dramatic than The velocity of all forms of I though the terms wave-1 electromagnetic energy equal i frequency and velocity 'tne speed of light. Their differ- still apply. This group includes ent wavelengths can be com- the package of radiant energies poured forth by the sun. They in waves of assorted pulsing at different fre- quencies. They need no medi- um through which to travel and all of them whip across space i at the same approjd- miles per second. i These cosmic speeders called electromagnetic energies.' pared to longer and shorter passing a given point during one second. Shorter wavelengths must take more steps to keep up with the par- ade. shorter wavelengths have higher frequencies and longer wavelengths have lower frequencies. Chronicle Publishing Co. HAGAR HORRIBLE-By Dik YOU'RE E OMLY MOW I MOT WHAT oo you WELL... LOOK MAV5 B EYES. ..AMD ITMfWK... MOTHER SUPPED ON AND WENT THE BUT THE TIDE IS OUT.' THERE'S NOTHING BUT MUD UNDER THAT FISHIN6 OFF OFF THE I THE PORCH AT 'THE FISHERMEN'S DECK.' WHY THE BLOCK AND CATCH A OK HI AND LOIS-By Dik I'M soiNe to GET eoop AT THIS GAME IF IT TAKES ALL SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal THESES KEN A LOT G-DEFICIT ...ANP THE DOESNT KNOWA THINS ABOUT FT. HSAlPtSARE HIM CWHL BUGS BUNNY BASED ON MOUK. AMALVSIS AMP WISBARCH A STOCK THAT WILL TWIPLE IN VfcLUE LOOKS LIKE A eOOP 1 ;