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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HI UTHBRIDCI HERALD LAWRENCE E. M. D. Teen needs balanced diet Your horoscope JEANE DIXON Dear Dr. Lamb I am on the school wrestling teaji and have to keep my weight down to m to 124 pounds. I also lift weights. I am 4-inches tall and 15 years old. I would like to know if keeping my weight at this level can slow down or stunt my growth. mil weight lifting slow down or itunt my Dear Reader There is con- siderable evidence that inade- quate amounts of nutrition during the growth phase can stunt a person's growth. This is particularly true if there are limited amounts of proteins in the diet. A good national exam- ple of this is what has happened in Japan. Before World War n Japanese children were small. After the war and the intro- duction of the American diet of eating more the Jap- anese children were much larg- er than their parents. They were so much larger that they wouldn't even fit in their nor- mal school furniture. During the growth a j boy should get at least 70 to 80 grams of protein 2801 to 300 or even as much 1 Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER uncle left you some didn't I asked. nice Len laughed. little bit of land. A triangle at the junction of two lanes that lead lead somewhere one I told him. it ihust be worth something right Len nodded. as a teaser for you. One side is 22 and there's 14 feet differ- ence between the other two sides. And the area is exactly three times the perimeter tn square feet and What was the Yesterday's DIGITS was 106092. as 100 grams of protein a day. This can be gotten from a va- riety of sources including lean fortified skim un- creamed cottage egg mature bean seeds and some from cereals. As a rule of a grow- ing person should eat enough to maintain full level of ener- and at the same time try to keep the calorie intake and exercise levels sufficiently in balance ti i'le doesn't develop fatty deposits under the skin. If fat is accumulating under the you know the individual is getting more calories than he actually needs. Weight lifting alone certainly will not stunt your in it'll stimulate the develop- ment of good strong muscles While it helps to develc-p a strong body ard I approve of it doesn't replace the need for endurance type exercise such as swimming or competitive includ- ing tennis. Dear Dr. A man smokes 3-D cigarettes a day and drinks eight bottles of beer a day. On your advice he will quit one of the but cot both. Which would you advise him to Dear Reader It's not but in what order. I would ad- vise anyone with those kinds of habits to quit both. If it were impossible for the individual to quit both simultaneously and I know it isn't if one really wants to I would have the individual stop drinking first. A person who has a drinking hab- it will want to smoke at the same tune and probably won't quit smoking without stopping the booze. Now. I'd like to ask you a question. If a person is caught in a developing flood in the midst of a should ha go underground in a storm cellar to get away from the or climb a tree to avoid the rising flood Send your questions to Dr. in care of this news- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on balanced send 50 cents to the same address and ask for ced booklet. SEPTEMBER t Your birthday The dulleot of lives now takes on an aura c-f a qual- ity of daily as po- tential talents and spiritual growth is stimulat- ed. Those who make a deter- mined effort succeed in tran- scending earlier limitations. 1 elationships are full of minor re- warding and annoying by turns. Today's natives tend to prudent are in- clined to study psychic phe- unusual discipu'nes. ARIES 21-April Be patient and gentle with your loved ones in the probable passing moments of disagree- ment today. By evening all can be going along great with an- ticipation for a pleasant expedi- tion. TAURUS 20-May One-sided plans lose out and are replaced by more balanced group actions. Being stubborn would merely get you out of the general stream of social pleasures which you needn't miss at all. GEMINI 21 June Once the necessary routines of the day are you're free to venture and there's much to do. little to fret about. Younger peonle turn out to be surprisingly helpful. CANCER 21 July The greatest fun arises from the most casual beginnings. A little patience on your part in- vites confidences and you learn much of deep interest. Ro- mance beckons for all those who are eligible. LEO 23 Aug. The way you use your time draws comment. It's easy enough for those who do not understand to criticize. Patience' Avoid firm definite promises for the moment. Conditions change soon. VIRGO 23 Sept. Pursue personal ventures with enthusiasm tempered with a touch of and like as a pleasant surprise COIU2S. LIBRA 23 Oct. Speak seriously where you are genuinely concerned. You can have almost anything within reason from those you've reached. Take plenty of give yourself a fair chance to explain your goals SCORPIO 23 Nov. Now is your opportunity so whatever resources you can lay on the go This should be an pros- perous day of fresh beginnings. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec. Friends are all for you. as long as they feel included in your plans. Where y.ou have romance in speak out in terms cf long future. Spend tim.3 in interesting places. CAPRICORN 22 Jan. Show off a make your- self known in cass there's any- body around who hasn't figured you out in his understanding of the local scene. A good day for renewing old acquaintances. AQUARIUS Feb. Family the needs and tensicrs among Icved should have first call on your time and attention. Influential people aid your general posi- but you should be busy on your own personal concerns. PISCES 19-March The one thing that doesn't make it is as- suming the other fellow is go- ing to be as skilled and cour- j teous as you are. Home life I with friends and j fanriiy members on the go. The Chicago another day has gone by and you still haven't come to pick up my novel for publication. Just for I cm going to offer it to another publisher. TUMBlEWEEOS-By Tom K. Ryan 1VHATCHA YER FOOT ORTEKP BLONDIE-By Chic Young FT SLOWS'E. MaVTTO- MAkS A SPAT- ViTrf 3O VO J FAV03ITS BEETLE BAILEY-Ky Mart Walker Ask Andy GOREN ON BRIDGE 8V CHARLES II. ROREN e TIM etiem North -South vulnerable South deals. NORTH OATS WEST EAST 4k QJS TS542 O Q2 V AI 6 K Q 10 I 0 ID 97 8 5 SOUTH K J 19 9 J O S 3 2 AK The Sooth West North East 1 O 10 2 Pass t Pass Opening King of 0 At first the fate of South's four heart contract seems to depend on a guess in the trump suit. declarer realized that there was actually no guess in- and came up with the winning play. Dummy was somewhat of disappointment to who expected a rather better hand for North's free bid. North was reluc- tant to pass on a hand con- taining four-card trump sup- and the resulting heart tho against Ute offered some chance of suc- cess. West ted the lung or dia- monds as the auction marked East with at most a declarer played dummy's ace. He was re- lieved when East followed suit. Faced with two losers JD diamonds and the ace of declarer's problem was to avoid losing a tric-k to the queen of hearts as well. A cursory inspection of dp- clarer's assets might make it appear that declarer had an option of finessing East for the queen de- clarer realized even if a finesse for the queen suc- the contract was certain to fail. If West had both the ace and queen of declar- er is always down one. If West holds the ace and East the guarded a finesse f will not help. West will win the first heart trick with the ace. cash the king and queen of diamonds to complete the defensive and lead a fourth diamond. Dummy will be able to but East will overruff with the queen to set hand. declarer cannot make contract if East tias fhree trumps headed by the ace and has no second entry to dum- my to repeat the finesse. in South had one chance only At trick he led a low heart from dummy when East followed with the declarer played the Icing. When this he con- 4 tinued with the jack of r bringing forth both the ace and queen. he surrendered two diamond tricks to the but his remaining diamond could ruffed in so his contract was safe. Many fishes sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Debbie Schenkel. age 13. of for her How arc fishes There are fishes and fishes with bones mate of gris- tle. There are scalebss fishes and fishes with scales like lit- tle teeth. Thre are jawless fish- es and fishes with long wormy shaped bodies. Almost different species have been classified. But about 95 per cent of them are bony fishes with streamlined glassy scales and fancy fins. V V The study of fishes is ichthy- ology and ichthyologists agree that the 30.000 assorted kinds of fishes belong in the phylum along with all the other backboned animals. How- the simplest fishes have a nerve cord instead of a bony spine and others have back- bones made of gristly cartilage. Ichthyologists also agree on the basic system used to sort their subjects into smaller and still smaller groups. But we find that they may have different ideas about some of these groupings. Usually the various fishes are sorted into four classes and three subclasses. But some- times the simplest is ignored. It belongs to the a group of small arrow-shaped fishes. Some scientists regard them as a link between vertebrates and invertebrates though they have a spinal nerve they have no bones. in or- der of is Ag- natha the class of jawiess fishes. This includes the lam- preys and which are parasites. The third class is Chrondrich- the cartilage fishes. Here we find the one of which is the biggest fish in the sea. Their skeltons are gristle cartilage and instead of overlap- ping they have hard lit- tle plates embedded in their skin. Only about five per cent of all the various fishes belong in these three classes. The rest belong in the huge class Osteichthyes the bony WrfERE HE 'T -KIS r l W ll'l ABNER-By Al Copp I H r fishes. There are so many of I them that most ichthyologists I sort them into three subclasses. The first group includes six 1 species of lungfish. These oddi- ties can breathe air and survive for long periods ia dry muci. The next subclass belongs to i the who have fins at- taehed to stubby limbs. Until these weird ones were thought to be extinct. Then the bbe-finned coekcanth was found attve and deep in the Atlantic. Now we come to the huge j subclass Achinopterygii the ray-finned fishes. Here we find all the scaly types Tuat look like typical fishes. This most popular group includes herrings and cat- fish and basses and i barracudas and even eels. They are sorted according to their different usu- ally into 33 separate Each order is subdivided into families. The average fish fam- ily is a group of several genera and each genus is a group of closely related species. w m The salmon and trout belong in the Clupi- forms order of the ray-finned subclass. Minnows and catfish belong in another ray-finned or- der. The largest order of this or any other groiro is Perci- the perchlike fishes. This includes the snappers and basses and butterflshes mackerals and tunas and dozens of other large and small. asked by cfeildrei of Herald readers ihonld be mailed to Ask P.O. Box 765. Huntlcgton Beach. California 92Mb. Chronicle Publishing Co. GOTTA OUT WHO HE. ANV O'VCRE WEAR. DON'T V.'tARIM' SCXJi ARCHIE-By Bob Montana TRIP CANCELLED SAN Calif. State Secretary desig- nate Henry Kissinger has can- celled a planned September trip to the White house said Tuesday. Kissinger had planned to address a meeting of the At- lantic Treaty Organization In Brussels Sept. 10. 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