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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta jg _ THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Tuesday, December 7, 1971 Your horoscope ma1. R Your hirlliilay today: Lie- gins the great balancing act adjustment you ach- ieve brings a fresh challenge in some other direction, so that you must develop into a healthy, well rounded indi- Today's natives arc By Jeane Dixon MI-OP" premonitory I you up. Take advantage of prcs- lent opportunity in preference Don't play games lecbnicalitics. Later hours bring abrupt flip of circumstances. prone I" i nibs -.s vhvsl (1UJ1INI (Mav 21 Juno 2.D: Tl-ero is htlle point in arguuig Something long missing.- lor.g o-r hew tesl .0 d., anything Keep a safe margin. T.U'Hl'S I April 20 In general today's tidings cheer LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M.D. Consumers misled concerning eggs i sought may c o m e into view. You have an excellent chance of Belting anything which is sensib'e. C'ANCKll (.lunr -I- July A vci-y short w o u 1 d shew whether you're right. SAG1TTA1HUS (Nov. 22-Ilcc. Concentrate all energies Tike vein-self out of onto the most practical courses lien- iel troubles lend them- 1 r.ow. Even some of those may c-eivU for the time being. You j look a liltlc "cut" by evening. "u u cAPniCOHN (Dec. 22 Jan. An expense beyond your budget seems required, but ra- ther inconvenient for a while to come. AQUAIUCS (Jan. 20 Fell. acts Expand your interests and participation in what's happen- 1-IOlJ UOULP W LIKE TO PE AW PARTNER IN THE CHRISTMAS f KATIMG FORSET IT! WE HOCKEf PLAYERS WOULDN'T BE CAU6HT PEAP IN A PAIR OF THOSE TIPPY-TOE SKATES; LOOKIN6 FORA THIS DOUBLE AXEL, rUMBlEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN food that is cscep j can do qi'ifc a bit of live work in your personal dailies. Once over lightly is the word for today. Limi! vcur scrim's attentions and efforts to you really want lo do. VIKGO (Aug. 23 Sept. i Attend n j ing. Good luck may be going routines early in the for you but you need to de- is a recent aruc-ie num u m f trade publication from the cfig i have demonstrated that airl> 'high intakes of cholesterol uiai i.s routines 111 mi j Careful studies complicated fashion your principles too industry. Can you please com ment on if You have slated j increase, at least times the importance of j tent, the level of cholesterol m not catins loo many eggs. After the blood. reading this article, what do: There arc several gimmick.-, vmi saV I to confuse the consumer. 3 A common one is to refer to compcae know bow Quit work promptly i PISCES (Feb. 19 March at a reasonable time for a com- Your ideals deserve wbolcheart- niall in'tlMIi Ul Lliuiucujt vi lUlIC li'l i "i" increase, at least to some ex- chanpe cf mood and ac-, ed, continued and definite ,i i__i nvi-ii in frvrf tn hrintf thpm toward i LIBRA (Sept. 23 fort to bring them toward real- Oct. ity. Dear Header vou enclosed is unsaturatcd fr.t contcnl versus saturated fats without any ref- ing anil full of half-imlhs. ercncu to polyunsaturatcd fats, i number of foods I with reasonable amounts of un- poor in content 3 say a a low-fat food on the proved to be effective in low- j basis pC1- ccnt of fat by cring cholesterol in the blond., not calorics. Thus, a The intent here is to lump all pjccc Cvit is 10 per unsaturatcd fats together. The ccnt fat by weight is actually a American Heart Assn.. and in- deed the Inter-Society Commis- sion for Heart Disease i report- ing December, 1970'. has point-1 Cai0rics per weight than pro ed out that, of the unsaturatcd lpjn Remember, you can mea- f a t s monounsaturatcd and surc foods in weight. or the polyunsat-, and. unless you know ura'tcd fats arc the ones 1 means cf measuring is thought to be beneficial in low-1 you can be badly ering What is radio? Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Brad Mar- tyn, age 14, of Calgary. Al- berta, for his question: UK -t.B.H v. .What exactly is radio? and the fat contains a lot more j Radio is a form of radiating electromagnetic energy. Mo- high-fat food, because a lot of weight of the meat is water NEVER IN TW5 ANNALS OF MV JURISPICTION HAS ENFORCEMENT LAX! P'TOU REALIZE I'VE ONLY gNW PEFENWN15 IN S WEEKS J WHILE THE PEC6NT PEOPLE O'IMISTOWN CRIN6E IN TERROR AMP THE LAWLESS RON RAMPANT, YOU PONT LIFTA FIN6ER! m SMMg! W THERE AN' MAK6 SCME ARRESTS RlffHT MISTER, OR YOU'RE THROUGH it body suspected its existence un- til the 1880s. However, with light and other related forms of electromagnetic energy, it fills the universe. We know i-iuig cholesterol not mono- The'best way to be about light because it is visible. imsaturatHl fat. The Scandina- slirc what a person is talking j Radio remained a mystery bc- .........c vian government issued a na-1 aoout -is to ask fnr the percent- i cause its pulsing waves are in- tional policy on diet similar to visible to the human tional pohcv on inci similar 10 agc jn calorics. visime 10 me mnnaii cje. m the position of the American Regarding cRgs, the problem the past century, scientists have Heart Assn. several years ago. i iH stricUv with the yolks. The I harnessed its various wave- The U.S. Department of Agri-1 v.-hites are an excellent source lengths for different systems of culture analysis of eggs proves j of protein. Many recipes that communication, that eggs have only 5.5 per i cau [Or a whole egg work just a ca r cent of their calories in poly- a, well with two egg whites. In the 1800s, Michael raraday wire, some distance away. Oth- ers also suspected the existence of unknown, invisible cosmic energies. In IfiM, James Clerk Maxwell suggested a relation- ship between light and other forms of cosmic energy. He as- sembled the electromagnetic spectrum that shows how dif- ferent wavelengths are related to different forms of energy. On this spectrum, the wave- lengths of visible light range from 0.0004 lo O.C007 millime- ters and the different wave- lengths display themselves in the various rainbow colors. In- visible radio waves are longer i than the longest red rays of cent of their calories in poly- a, well with two egg whites. In the 1800s, Michae raraay j unsaturated fat. all the rest of Using two egg yolks for baking who invented the dynamo, sus- j a few tte 63.9 per cent of the calorics mA Mm recipes for each peeled that electricity in a wire 1 rom crcsi from fat is saturated and mono- j wnnlc egg actually uses more ering cholesterol. j ijmjt the yolks and the Ameri- Whole eggs arc high ill fat: can Heart Assn. thinks these and low in polyunsaturaled fat. j should be limited lo three yolks They are the only common per week per person. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN itial response in spades fol- ie U7i: sr Tse lowed by the bid and rebid of marked the latter could induce current in another Bridge Results East-West vulnerable. North Heals. NORTH A A84 v A: K Q 10 .1 tVEST EAST 4 10 S 8 2 A 7 0 A K 5 I C .1 6 3 4 G A A J S SOUTH A K Q .1 3 3 V K q -I 078 4 The bidding: North East 1 0 Pass 2 Pass 3 NT Pass i A Pass South I A .1 i V Pass West Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Six of "When West failed to uncov- er the killing opening lead, the defense had to produce inspired pyrotechnics aided fcy a slip on the part of the declarer to recover in time lo sink South's four spade contract. Had West opened his top liiamond honors and then shifted to the singleton club so that East could cash out the defensive a second round of clubs would have assured West of scoring the setting trick in trumps. The opening bid of one diamond by North acted as a deter- rent to West from leading that suit and he chose in- stead to open the six of clubs. The queen of clubs was played from dummy and JSast played Ihc ace as .South followed suit with the five. This accounted for aii of (he outstanding clubs. East real- ized that to return a club immediately might prove to be premature, for South's in- hearts. with 10 cards in the major suits dia- monds. To return a club im- mediately would permit the declarer to discard a dia- mond as West ruffed sibly vith a natural trump trick. In desperation, East shift- ed to the three of diamonds at trick two, and now it be- came West's turn to seize the initiative. He realized from partner's action that South was also 0111 of clubs and that it was essential to cash two diamonds first be- fore a second round of clubs profitably played. The trouble was that if West played the king and see of diamonds he wouid become the player on lead at (he crucial moment and the defensive campaign would come to naught. The only hope was to find his partner with the jack of diamonds and try lo catch South una- ware. West promptly put up the ace of diamonds at trick two and led back the four. South innocently played the nine from dummy and East cov- ered with the jack. When this held the trick and at the same time completed the de- fensive book, he finally re- turned a small club which built up the setting trick in I rumps for West, even if de- clarer ruffed with a high spade. There is no question that South should have put up the queen of diamonds from dummy when West underled the king. His hand "was solid and If) tricks were assured once trumps were drawn, so every effort should be ex- tended to win the trick and nothing was to be gained by playing the nine. Ladies Wednesday Afternoon D.B.C. Doc. 1. 1. Mrs. M. C-rcen and Mrs. A. Rud- dcll; 2. Mrs. H. Foss and Mrs. t. Jo- >n; 3. Mrs. L. Smith and Mrs. I. Hamilton Wed. Night D.B.C. Dec. 1 Section A N.S. 1. Les Santa and G. "c-rry; 1 V. Fukuda and B, Jjrko- 3 and a lied K. Dunne and R. Chapman wiht E. Culler and I. John- son. 6.W. 1. D. E. Mlchaelis and W. Zumstein; Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson; 3. Mr. and Mrs. B. NIIEScn. Section B N.S. 1. R. J. Thielen and W. J. Ellert: 2. X'A L. Waters and R. -n: 3 Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowen- F.w. 1. G. Roberts and G. Hum- E. Goodman and C. w. Chi- E Michel is and W. Zumstein. 'hursday Night D.B.C. Dec. N.S. I. B. Milsson and L. Framhen; 1. wrigh! and c. W. Chiche.sler; 3. L Chapman and F. McDonald. E.W, M. Barrow and W. L. Foss; 2. D j. Michaelis and W. Zumstein; 3. w. L Waters and M. J. Grant. Friday Night D.B.C. Dec. 3 N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowenberg; J B Nilsson and K, L. Waters; 3. and 4 tied B. C. Evans and R. Miron with K. Dunne and C. W. Chichester. E W 1 R J. Thielen and w. J. El- tert; 7. A. Kireef and .1. Iszak; 3. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson. Friday Night D.B.C. held their 8n- nus! meeting and elected the follow- ing Executive to carry on their busi- ness: M. T. Hodgson, President, Jean Lewenrxjrg, Secretary W. Domeler. "Treasurer Past- President is K. L. Waters. Seek pay hike for coroners VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia Coroners' ve'1. radio waves measure .......t 0.001 meters and long ID- Idio waves measure me- i lers. Waves of various length range between the two ex- i Lrcines. i The wavelengths van-, but the speed at which they pulse along does not. The multiple waves of invisible radio tra- vel at miles per second, the same velocity as the mul- tiple waves of visible light. Like all forms of electromagnetic energy, they fan out from a source in straight lines. They weaken with distance because they spread farther apart as they go. When the nature of radio was understood, it took but a few years lo harness its mighty tal- ents. Its pulsing wavelengths are figured in frequencies of so cycles per second. Dif- ferent frequencies are used for various systems of communica- tions. Man made radio beams are broadcast from' electrical power sources. Electrical de- vices are used to modify their waves with coded signals. The waves, carrying their signals, spread forth in all directions. They travel silently and in- visibly until trapped by a receiving antenna. The anten- na's receiving set is tuned to capture the radio waves within a certain frequency range. Its 1 circuit sifts the signals from i the carrier waves, amplifie; them and translates back into I the audible signals that were i added at the broadcasting sta- The tion- Long wave radio systems are BLONDIE-6y Chit PROBABLY WHAT THIS IS A VE 'MTSRESTIN'G ARTICLE ABOUT TME ARCTIC 7 WHOOPING 8KTI.E BAlLEY-By Mort Walkei TP.1S JEEPS BEEN FUNNY, SO EVERYONE MANS OSl TISI4T IN IT STARTS WITH A SUDDEN III ABNER-By Al Copp HIM LOOK LIKE VTO THATALUTOEl VOURPA TO US.VES- i, EUT WO1 f TO UNBELIEVERS, TOOTH DEMOK1- DOliT DEL1SVE IM HIM? Ht'SPLAIM A n-ru J.. S ''irom ARCHIE-By Bob Montana I SET TWO DROPS I PUT ONE DROP OF THE YELLOW IN ONE DROP OF THE BLUE AND WHAT EXPERIMENT THIS IS OUR 1 ARE YOU NEW MODERN CHEMISTRY LABN YOUNG WE'VE SPARED NO EXPENSE TO EQUIP IT WITH THE HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne New Westminster said salaries for coroners were the main topic of discussion at the an- nual meeting here. "Payments are Mr. Jack said. "A coroner could make more moim waitress." 'Hie 170 part-time coroners in the province are paid for an inquest, no matter how long it lasts, and for a formal inquiry. The part-timer coron- ers need no special qualifica- tions for the job, with some be- ing doctors, others lawyers "and some ordinary citiTcns. cles per second. Intermediate broadcasting waves range from frequencies of to Hi millions. Ham radio oper- ators use short waves from to 15 million cycles per sec- dio with freqv from 150 million to 30 billion cycles per Questions aslwfl iiy of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box lluntinglon Bcacil, California 92643. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1971) Walt Disney's-THE CHRISTMAS CONSPIRACY WHOLE ROIL OF MASKIMQ WHY DO you PO THAT TO DADDY'S TAPE CAN'T 'VOU FIGURE THAT OUT? SHE LIKES THE SOUND IT MAKES WHEM SHE PULLS IT OFF THE ROLL SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal WHAT PO THIslK VOU'RE POIMG BUGS BUNNY HAAMM! LOOKS LIKE ELMER LEFT TH' f POOR OPES ME! -M -m u WHAT'S YEK PLUWBIN' PROBLEM, PUDP5Y THIS IS MY 0USY PW'J-i- ;