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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THF IFtHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December J, Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon FTimAY, DEC. 1 Vour b i r t hilay Your b i r hilav today: Opens a half year of sion. experiment, si-arch for better, more effeciice daily living, perhaps Hv.mgc of vo- cation or relocation. Then it all settles to a reasonable ami actively onaoinR deal. Today's natives have drive and courage beyond most currently existing chal- lenges, so may lint bother to extend themselves. AHIKS (March 21-ApriI 191: Ycur creative efforts attract notice, strong resistance. Do the best you can c o in n: e nl possibly endorsement or bilter but don't quit. T.UTtl'S (April Family memlxirs 20-May ZO are almost bound' to organize opposition to whatever scheme you've start- ed. Be sure you're right and go ahead with your own resources anyway. t.MTU'S (April 20 May Fill the day with all the diver- sions vonr usual living habits make feasible. Find time for favorite h o h b i es, reading, meditation, prayer. CA.N'CEK (June 21 July Early optimism is confirmed as you devote youself to career benefits, creative pro jects. Don't wait for others' ideas. LEO (July 2.1 Aug. Be- ing cheerful prolongs the bene- ficial impact of recent experi- ence and publicity, altho you now are inclined to yield centre stage to others. VIHGO (Aug. 23 I The most skilled advice you can get from experts should still be examined in the light of common sense. LinilA (Sept. 23 Oct. Talking shop is tempting and you've got quite a lot going on the time and place and people simply are not appropri- ate. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Tensions abound today. It's your option what you do to bal- ance them. B? patient and gentle. SAdlTTAItll'S (Nov. 22-Dcc. You're headed for some soil of showdown. It's just a? well you have a weekend to turn things around. CAPRICORN (Urc. 22 Jan. Straying off the reserva- tion gets you no reward, up- sets others. Stay gain your point. AQUARIUS (Jan. home and Being fair doesn't include I gimmicks like letting other I people get away with mischief. Keep order. 1MSCES (Feb. 19-March You should know by now where you stand with everybody you've dealt with lately. Relax. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) THE 6ROUND 15 COVERED WITH THROW BREAD OUT FOR THE BIROS.. rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Popcorn makes a fine snack Dear Or l.amh Our lam- nated with cheese or fat or sim- i- often substitutes popcorn ilar snack Hems. For calorie for a meal, especially instead of Sunday supper and some times during the week, too. For three adults, we use one are generous cup of unpoppcd corn. Vitamin restriction, it is superior to any nuts used as snacks. The vege- table oil of cereals, like pop- prepared by popping in three tablespoons of shortening (which is marked "high in poly- This, when pre- pared, yields about two quarts per person. No butter is added as the oil and salt used in pop- ping give it a sufficiently good flavor. Your comment, good or bad, on this practice, would be ap- preciated. Dear Raerlcr Thumbs up for popcorn, if you are careful what you pop it in and what you put on it. About It per cent of the calories in plain popcorn arc from vegetable fat and over half of these are the poly- vmsatnrated type. It is. then, a very low-fat food and what fat it contains is probably benefi- cial, since the usual American diet contains limited amounts of polyunsaturated fat. 1 would recommend popping it in a small amount of cooking oil. Of these, safflower oil con- tains the least amount of sat- urated fat and the largest per- centage of polyvnsaturated fat. Corn oil is about second on the list. Then leave, it plain, sea- soned with salt. This makes a far tetter snack than most items. For calorie control or fat intake control, it is far superior to po- tato chips, crackers impreg- umbs up for Was Santa real? Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Billy Cantley, age 7. of Lake City, South Carolina, for his ques- tion: Was Santa ever a real person? It's getting to be that time of year when young persons start io wonder. Dozens of Santas appear in Ihe stores and on the- streets. And you know for a fact that One Special Santa will visit your home on Christmas Eve. Is this one the Real Santa? Or are there dozens of real Santas? Or perhaps they are all just kindly, grown- up friends who dress up and pretend to be Santa. Tf this is so, perhaps there was once a real Santa who lived long ago. Most expert-1! think that there real Santa who once was lived 1600 years ago. were very different Things those days and he did not look very popcorn and let's hope it. re- places a lot of oilier goodies that are not so good for the health. Popcorn, along with turkeys, belongs to the tradition of Thanksgiving. The Indians brought the popcorn to the feast and amazed the colonists by popping it. In rural areas a bowl of popcorn by the fire- place was a winter night tradi- tion. Not to long ago, the fam- ily sat by the fire, ate apples and popcorn while reading there were few places with ra- dios and none with TV but we didn't have as many of a lot of things then that we have now including too many fat snacks and an epidemic of heart and vascular disease. near Dr. Lamb Can you please settle an argument in our family about birth control pills. I say that at IS you can get the p'ill from your doctor wiUiout telling your parents. My mother says you can't urt- til'you are 18.' Who's right? Dew Reader Only your doctor knows who is right, my dear. After all, he is the one who writes the prescription or has the pill. Ask him. much like our Santa. But he had the same kindly thoughts and deeds, especially far the children. His name was Nich- olas. Though he was only i teenager, he was a bishop. No his church was not the North Pole, or anywhere near it. He lived in the town of Myra, no1 far from the Mediterranean Sea, where the weather was al ways warm and sunny. Young Bishop Nicholas knew all the people in Myra. He shared their happy times anc listened to their troubles. When someone was sad, he wantec to make things better. But h did not want the people t. know who helped them. Ven often he wanted to give prcs ents to his young friends. Bu he did not want them to knew where the presents came from That is the sort of person hresenLs to their children, espe- cially at Christmas time. This idea was very popular and people of other land copied it. In time, almost ev- erybody forgoi the young bish- op who started it all. Some changed his name to Santa Claus acd changed his home to the North Pole. A few still call- ed Km Saint Nicholas, or Saini Sick. In time, candles and Christmas trees and all sorts of other merry tilings were added. But the best idea never changed. Our jolly old Santa whoever he is, still brings pres ents to the children secretly on Christmas Eve. Thcv that Bishop Nich- MV OR. PrWIi-t IN SCHIPIM fc MKIWLE I WAS BORMATA MlrteR TENDER ABE (AS WAS CUSTOM of VOCAL CftORPS, ITOOKTD QUILL PARCHMENT TO jxpRess MYSELF, FIRST COMPOS (TON: BLONDIE-By Chic Young WHILE I'M UP MESE, I'LL PLAY A LITTLE L____( JOKE OW BLONDE THAT'S HAPPENS YOU DO LIKE THAT.' ksJi, BEfTLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker olas was a tall and stately young man. We know that he lived far away in a warm and sunny land. But these things do not matter at all. What real- ly matters is this. The young bishop had u good idea and our jolly old Santa helped to spread it to all the children of the world. Let's give our Spe- cial Santa a big hug for his kindness. We may guess who he really is. But if he wants to keep that a secret, let's pre- tend we don't know with a Ho, ho, ho. Questions asRefl by cnnaicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntlngton Beac.li, California 92643. (Copyright Chronicle News oddities LONDON (AP) "Sonya gives full body massage." said the stickers pasted up all over London's after-hours dis- GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. COREN tention to attempt to steal Bridge Results Ladle! Wed Afternoon D.B.C. Nov. 33 I. Mrs. K W. McUan. Mrs. w. L. Foss; 2 Mrs. E. Turner, Mrs. I. Shaw; 3. M.rs. G A. Wright. Mrs. M. Hatti'lton Wed. Night D.B.C. Nov. 34 N S. I. N. Patson, I. Wright; 1 V. Fukuda, B. Jurkovich; 3. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowenberg EW 1 G Roberts, G. Hummel; 3. E Potter, McDonald; 3 Mr. and Mrs. E. Culler. Thursday Night D.B.C. Nov. 35. N.S. 1. and Mrs. Wavne Winter; 2 Mr. and Mrs. N. Jurkcvich; 3 A. Harris, F. Giffpn E.W. 1. R. Wobick, C Sudeikat; 3. Mr and Mrs. W. L. Foss; j. Mr. and Mrs. B. Friday Night D.B.C. Nov. 3A. N S 1 K. L. Waters, B. C. Evans; 1 J. Landeryou, M. J. Grant; 3. R. Chapman, W. L. waters. E W 1 C Sudeikat, K. Oliver; 3. E. Wllcr, K. Benlsen; 3. P. Prcma- chuk, D. Cranstcn. Unit Game, Nov. 3B. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fcss; 3 J. Landeryou, M. J. Grant; 3 Wllnu Winter, V. Fukuda. Welcome home to Loulne Smith nnd Betty Landeryou m- UN needs room UNITED NATION'S (Reuterl The UN will spend about next year on increas- ing the seating capacity of assembly hall and five mai conference rooms. Tim budge nry committee approved here n plan by Secretary Genera U Tl-anl to provide scaling for 142 delegations. At present, the assembly hall can seal KH dele- gations, and Ihe four main con- ference rooms and the trustee- ship council chnmlKT can each accommodate nit delegations. UN membership is 0 Q 10 S S A 10 7 J The bidding: Weil North Eait Piss 3 Oble. Dble. Pass Pass Opening lead: Five of 4 West allowed himself to be bamboozled by a foxy oppo- nent and permitted South to escape at a bargain price in today's hand. North opened in second position with three clubs. He had a reasonable expectation of winning six tricks even if partner's hand was worthless would produce a maximum loss of 500 points against an almost certain game or slam available, to the opposition. East made takeout dou- ble and now South came up with an enterprising call. In- asmuch as his right hand opponent might be expected to hold the hulk of the out- standing strength on deal, the king of spades looker] like probable trick snd South's holding in the red suits oflerrer] reasonable protection against adverse attack. He therefore decided to take a shot nt three no trump. H was not his expectation that nine tricks were availa- ble on the deal. His length in clubs precluded nny reasona- ble hope of being able to de- fend successfully against a game contract by the oppo- nents, nnd It was South's in- the hand for a bargain price. West had 10 high card points, a good holding facing a partner who had made a vulnerable takeout double at Ihe three level. He doubted that South could make his bid and he accordingly made a penalty double. North and East passed and South chose to gamble it out instead of retreating to the safer haven of four that ac- tion might goad the oppo- nents into bidding their game. West opened the five of spades and East put up the ace. He shifted to the king of hearts at trick two to test that suit, but when he did not. get an encouraging sig- nal from partner, he led back the ten of spades. South put up the king and ran for cover with seven club tricks. He then conceded himself down one, for a very modest loss of 100 points on the deal. In our opinion, West did cot show good judgment by doubling three no trump. Game in spades for his side was a virtual certainty, and a profit cf at least 820 points might be expected to accrue if he merely Ignored his op- ponent aod proceeded to (our ipades. The prospects of InflicUng severe damage to three no trump were not bright inas- much as South might be ex- pected to have a stopper in Iwth major his bid to be honest. If South was bluffing and retreated to four clubs, West would be bound to carry on to tour spades because the penalty against four clubs amounts to only .300 points [two dia- monds, two hearts, nnd one In short, whether his oppo- nent was serious or fooling, West might jusl as well have made the call he should have chosen had South passed the double of three ly, four spades. trict, emulating the cards which prostitutes advertise themselves a s secretaries, riding teachers, companies and the like. Sonya's commercial gave three telephone numbers. "This is Internist, the Soviet travel said a voice at one of the numbers. "We do not give body massages, and I do not know who Sonya is." The other numbers rang at Tass, the Soviet news agency. The Committee of Fighters for Soviet Jewry, an under- ground group, sent London newspapers an announcement today that it is Sonya. "We wish to make the Rus- sians' lives unbearable as they are making the lives of the Soviet Jews the message said. WASHINGTON (Reu.er) A woman teacher lias filed a suit against a sex-ed- ucation group, charging their course made her frigid. The 28-year-old physical ed- ucation teacher, who was not named, said in papers filed with the United States district court here that she was or- dered by her private school to attend the course, given by the American Association of Sex Education Counsellors at a Washington hotel. The group paired off, with the men's hacks to the women, who were directed to pat parts of the body of the men, she charged. She said she was shocked, humiliated and left, but later became emotionally upset, had to leave her school and fi- nally sought the care of a psy- chiatrist. Because of this she has now become totally frigid, she said in her suit. Food firm sold TORONTO (CP) Agra In- dustries Ltd. says it has com- pleted purchase of Viscount Foods Ltd.. Toronto-based pack- ager of margarine, shortening and salad til products. Pur- chase of all share.' was com- pleted Nov. 1C. in exchange for cash and shares. AV OLD 6KANNY USED TO TELL WLE HOPIM, LT. FLAR I'LL S1VE >OLJ A RIDE BACK TO CAW 6IT IN BACH OF THE SOS Lit ABNER-By Al Capp ONCE IT'S ATTACHED, VORE SET KIM PICK UP ANYTHING HAPPEMIN' ANYWHAR-'STEAD O'MERELY IN TV STODIOS- TH'TRUTH' LI'L STOOPID LI'L MICKEV LOONEV'S INVENSHUK TURWED OUT TO BE WORTHLESS- ARCHIE-By Bob Montane LIKE A FOR YOUR CANDY.' THAT DOUBLE- CROSSERi HE SAID HE'S EVEN HA, HA, THAT'S. KANE. I CAN'T FISURE OUT WHV ARCHIE WANTS ME TO 6O TO THE MOVIES WITH YOU HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne IT'S RISHT INMV ROOM SOMEWHERE WAT DO YOU WEAN. YOU COULDN'T FIND IT? T. COULDN'T FIND IT I TOLD YOU TO BRINS MY JACKKNIFE OUT HERE SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal 'TEG B HOW IKE KINS 1HINKIN3 JM WHAT'S THAT STRANGE NOISB? VCR CAP'S ALL. REAPV, PETUNIA! ;