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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope By JEANI DIXON AUGUST 28 Your birthday Your life all things and people hold an aura of inner beauty. Material not the main may not show much improvement. Details of daily action are magnified- far beyond can be permanent personal progress. Relation- but are not to be taken for even momentarily. Today's natives to be and perpetual students. ARIES 21-Aprll The madder the rush into the the more costly it be- comes. Everybody on the job has a different idea of what comes first and why. Check your schedules and information early to avoid confusion. TAURUS 20-May GEMINI 21 June Remember that the real situa- tion is not readily visible. Avoid appearing panicked by sudden or dismaying incidents. Be strongly without bringing in any new issues or conflicts. CANCER 21 July Apparently favorable turns in your own and others affairs make the day pleasant. Off- beat ideas work to the sur- prise of all. Select energetic companions with high skills and talents for a roundta- ble discussion. ___ LEO 23 Aug. So long as you clearly understand that nothing is quite what it seems to you can get a 1 kick out of today's rehearsals of all kinds of deals. A quick dollar has to come from some- Anything that hasn't proved it- self valid before won't to- day. Those who propose expan- sive schemes may not intend but a speculation is just and apt to be wild. Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTTR you like the new teach- said Joe. she Peter grinned. he replied. told us her age is three times the prod- uct of its two How old was Friday's 1 pletzy at 6 gryvas at 12 imlacs at Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Aug. 1973 Fort Frontenac now King- Ont. was captured and destroyed 215 years ago to- the British when it was an defended port for the fur trade. The site of the pres- ent city was picked by La SaUe in 1673 and the great explorer was made com- mandant of the camp. In be sure it's not from your share. VIRGO 23 Sept. Confidential or secret deals re- main thus only long enough to cause promises are a dime a dozen. Brief re- flection during unsettled rou- tines gives you the proper per- spective. LIBRA 23 Oct. Any special effort to influence others to co-operate only brings on more work later. Lei them work their problems oul alone for a while. Listening and watching is extraordinarily in- formative. SCORPIO 23 Nov. Your friends are at it everybody has a novel scheme involving more resources than can be gathered conveniently. Stick to your own game. Ac- cent saving rather than squan- dering. SAGITTARIUS If what you have been do- ing is working well and is worthy of get busy anc advertise. Announce your re- sults. This is the day to sel off any white rit yourself of long standing nui sances. CAPRICORN 22 Jan New arrivals are beyom realistic assessment. Be clear and to the as business deals are subject to stress from misunderstandings. Ab- sorb such your lovet ones don't deserve it. AQUARIUS 20 Feb .Discrepancies turn ou costly for both you and your unless you come ti terms quickly and work togeth er. Leaning on the supposed po litical influence of importan connections doesn't work at al PISCES 19-March Far reaching plans and pipe dreams sound much the sam for the moment. Skepticism will sort them out in a day o so. Be prepared for revision this week. Personal cash es capes is not so readilj recouped. The Chicago Ask Andy Television Andy sends a complete 20- volurae set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Greg- ory age of Ashe- for his How does television Television is a very compli- ated system of communica- tion. To master it in you need a bakground in several plus some training in mechanical skills. like most impressive workable sys- it depends on a few rath- er simple principles. It is not hard to grasp how certain ofi energy db heir job to make TV work. The big problem is figuring what we have to do to make them do what we want them to do. Oie basic energies involved are radio and electricity. These nat- ural forces will do nothing for us unless we understand their capabilities. When we master his we can ad- modify and control them to do the job. Television is a communica- tion system that carries sound and moving pictures from here there. The big job of carry- ing the coded signals from a jroadcasting station to a home TV set is done by high power- ed radio waves. Electricity is used to add the coded signals to the carrier waves. Electrical energy is the mo- tion of the negative particles that orbit the nuclei of atoms. Radio is electromag- netic energy. It travels through pace at the speed of which is about miles per sec- ond. It fans out in straight lines and between the station and the TV set it travels silently and invisibly. The pwerful radio beam is broadcast from the statioifs antenna. The trick is to make the radio beam carry a multi- tude of ceded signals. This is where electricity is used to tamper with its carrier A broadcasting studio has highly specialized equipment to translate sights and sounds into electrical impulses. These are used to make slight chang- es in the carrier waves being broadcast. As the radio beam leaves the it-carries a program of sights and sounds in the form of silent and invisible signals. So it goes until it reaches a home antenna. There the car- rier waves are sorted and guided into a TV set. The complicated equipment inside the TV box is designed to trans- late the coded electrical signals back into the sights and sounds going on in the studio. This part of the miraculous communication system is pow- ered oy electrical current in the home. It springs into action when you turn the channel sel- which captures the ra- dio carrier waves coming from the station broadcasting your favorite program. The business of using radio to carry coded signals from here to there may sound rath- er simple. But the many pieces of delicate equipment needed to make it work are highly com- plicated. The studio uses inconoscopes and other remarkable the home TV set has electrical circuits and still more remarkable gad- gets to put the whole thing to- gether. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box 765. Hnnticgton California 92646. Chronicle Publishing Co. LAWRENCEE. M. D. Oral lecithin won't help GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN e Tlw TrlklM West deals. NORTH AAQ92 V K 10 9 3 0 K52 A3 WEST EAST AK543 V 5 0 A Q 18 3 Q J 10 5 VQJ864 J987 98 SOUTH A J10S V A72 0 64 K7642 The West North East Sontb Pass 1 Pass 1 NT Pass 2 Pass 2 O Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Pass Pass Opening Six of Position plays an impor- tant factor in bridge. The U. S. team learned this to their cost in a 1973 world championship qualifying round match against Brazil. regained the world ti- tle by defeating the defend- ing champion Aces in a one- tided This was the auction at the table where the Brazil team sat North-South. The opening bid was at least 16 points and promising nothing about the dub suit. South's re- sponse of one no trump de- scribed a balanced hand of 8-13 points. North checked to see if his partner had a four- card then showed 16- 18 points with his bid of two no trump. South went on to game. West's choice of a low heart for his opening lead proved unfortunate. lead of a heart honor would have been even more disas- allowing declarer to score four tricks in the suit with repeat Dum- my's nine was played and it held the trick. Declarer crossed to his hand with the ace of hearts and ran the jack of East holding off. A spade to the queen lost to the and East returned the queen of clubs. Declarer ran the trick to dummy's ace and cashed two spade tricks. Be re- turned to his hand with the king of clubs and exited with a club. East won and took his remaining but then was forced to concede a trick to the of dia- monds for declarer's ninth trick. When the U. S. held the North-South cards in the oth- er North opened the bidding with one no trump. South raised to game and East got off to the best lead of the queen of clubs. Declarer had no way of making nine tricks. In try- ing for he al- lowed the defenders to score one spade one four and two going down four tricks. Brazil gained 600 or 12 International Match on the all the result of playing the contract from the hand. Dear Dr. Lamb Is it true that lecithin taken by mouth is of no value to the is it difficult for the body to make use of the protein that's taken in tablet or powder Must vitamins be taken with food if they are to be used by the Duar Reader The numer- ous questions about lecithin no doutTt mean that it has again been well publicized in popular health magazines. Many of these publications do not have any qualified medical authori- ties on their editorial unlike scientific journals used by the medical profession. Your question puts the finger on the real problem about lec- ithin. Some scientists think that of which lecithin is in the blood- stream help to maintain the solubility of blood fats. This may be helpful in preventing atherosclerosis. the important phospholipids in the bloodstream are manufactured by our own body. That is the only way they can get there. Taking lecithin or foods con- taining lecithin by mouth does not accomplish the same effect. The digestive pancre- atic juice and bile salts split and tear down fats and alter the food we eat. Lecithin is broken down before it is ab- sorbed through the digestive wall into the blood. Many gqpd research studies done in test or similar experimental situations have nothing to do with lecithin tak- en by mouth. Many popular re- pots of such research fail to distinguish between what hap- pens in the test tube as oppos- ed to what happens to swallow- ed lecithin. Such reports in health publications for the gen- erzj. public lead to great confu- sion and misunderstanding. The body does need a small amount of polyunsaturated fat which helps the liver in its function of producing the phos- pholipids. You small amount can get the that's needed through proper diet without re- sorting to lecithin which does not prevent ather- osclerosis. The best example I know of the action of the digestive juices on things we swallow is to point out that which is a natural is of no value if swallowed. The diges- tive juices destroy so it has to be injected by as disbetics know. The body needs only enough protein to replace lost body cells or to grow new ones the latter is particularly inv portant during the growth stage. Additional protein is converted to carbohydrates and used for energy or stored as fat. If you ate a well balanced you shouldn't need addi- tional vitamins. many people do not eat a well- balanced and for them a simple all purpose vitamin capsule each day isn't a bad idea. This is not an endorsement for the large doses of vitamins that some people take. It is necessary to have some fat in the digestive tract to absorb fat soluble but it's almost impossible to avoid it. Food moves slowly through the and there is plenty of fat in a normal diet. there is usually enough fat in the intestine for vitamin ab- sorption any time during the waking hours. A vitamin tab- let can be taken any time dur- ing the day to obtain its bene- fits. OLD CHURCH St. Paul's Her Maj- esty's Chapel of the founded in 1785 at is the oldest church in On- tario and is the world's ohly Royal Indian chapel. HAGAR the HORRIBLE-By Dik WILL YOU TELL SOW WHY IMPORTANT TO UJAStf HIS HANDS BEFORE TO A 0CTTCP IPOM-YO 1 August 1973 THE LfTHIRIDOf HMAkO ftp TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan SCRIBBLE 8-27 BLONDIE-By Chic Young EXCISE BUT IJUST FDUNP HE'D BETTER GET IMTD SOME OTHER BUSINESS BEFORE HE SLOWS HIS ADENOIDS OUT IHfcJ I WWW OUr rM AU-ERGIC TO-HAIR BEETLE BAIliY-By Mort Walker U'L ABNER-By Al Capp TOO FOR ARCHIE-By Bob Montana YOU GET YOUR OHW IS YOU BROUGHT Y MtNEf AN AND VERONICA IS BOILING.' 7 YOUR COTTON- PICK.IN' HANDS OFF rr.' X W HE'S IN IT'S -SO II THE HOT.' NOW.' HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne I CAN'T- THE COLORS CLASH WITH THE SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. 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