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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IFIHERIDGE HERALD Tliuodny, Detembw 14. 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY, DEC. 15 Your birthday today: Get- ting ir.ore than you can handle is so easy this year that vc'J ix-come expert at are" brave, optimistic, and chahuble. ARIPZS Ofarch ?l-April By JEANE DIXON that you can stick to il, CANCER (June 2I-July but it helps. Odd information from unusual TAL'RUS (April iO-May !sources brings with it excite- PeooLe vou canr.ot ,3 Sept. 5s: prioriiies on tr.L-g yer.i corr.rr.ent on turns out: You can Straj2hten out budgets, y.-'ir ti-e. make a schedule to be ir.ieresting to sorreoody., 5nd uke SHU j and favorable trends now. i Home life improves. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Steady tactful persuasion final- i ly prervails. your im- patience with a lopsided situa- tion might tempt you to try. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov. Bo ready to move with char.2- ing conditions, but do not be I the to provoke crisis or LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Egg industry could in lelp lorce the issues. Sensible dis- cussions are needed. SAGITTARIUS (Nor. 22-Dec. You encounter crosscur- rents and competition, with a chance for success through spe- cial effort and friendly help. CAPRlCOnN (Dec. 22-Jan. It may seem there is too much to decide, too many things to do. and too little time in which to do them. It is just as well. 1 AQL'ARTVS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18t: I You must ask for what you wart, very clearly ar.d ca'.ly if you are to be happy on this up-and-down sort of a dav. PISCES (Fob. IJ-March Anybody who has a share in the situation feeb like helping. Speed only that which is yours to dispose 1972 By The Chicago Tribune SANTA BRINGS "O TOtf, NO SiS TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan L015A AM INCtWB'ffT T3 AN gi-ECTlOM. I BLONDIE-By CWe Young Dear Dr. I.amb read your co'um.i tbjut receiving a letter from a iirra rep-e- jentir.2 the ind-i-try ar.d vour retorts cf the hisl: choles- terol s" 2-s. yoii as being to the ec; fcdMStr.'. 1 don'; see how this ctuid he. ft should 'r.eb them. I row buy t'.iice as rr.any ess- as ever did before cf You two e-ii could he for or.-: whole egj aixJ the '.'hiies e: are a very ;ccd source o: protein. 1 2'jo c-i the to the do? for a coat as you seems to rr.e the health cf the nation should come fust, t wish that there were more perhaps the egg industry could put out more recipes using egg whites. We fmd potato salad just as tasty with sU egg whites as with three wto'.e eggs. Rarf- ishes, p-imier-to, ar.d paprika give it color. I had the tip cf a suhstiru'ft for S'.-ur cream. I whipped low fat cottage cheese in k" blender with somethir.g else. We thousht it equally as flavorful as sour cream, but I have the ether dient. I: so simple never 'i-ota it down. Such recipes are what we reed from these ir.dus- tries. I for one would just as soon keep my husband (or a good many years yet. Thank you for your column. Dtar Reader obser- vation Is absolutely crnrect. If Individuals used two egg whites instead of a whole egg as was originally recommend- ed, they would end up using more not less eggs, just as your experience. Many bakery'products and other items can be" prepared Li this '.vay. hare included a IcA of re-1 i.i rr.y new book. ''VTnat You Need to Knovr About Food sr.d Cookins for Health." to r.'rip solve of the problems have. Tr.e cream recipe in- volves nixins together Li cup o; nonfat milk ponder wit a I c-jp of coM -.vater. Add this to' 3 i-Si of ur.c reamed c.'A- chesse. 2 teasttfocns of krnon juice, end Li of salt. Blend the mixture well and refrigerate uniii you are ready to use it. Similar recipes are included for xhippcd cream substitute 'oaked itern.- iif-ing egg whites rather than egg yofks. I have been very pieased by the many letters I have re- ceived from resdtrs my cos it; on en infor- mation 10 the public, and I agree the of new products cari be by people who hive an irriporvrf tion that csii r-e rnade by Ln- ciistry. Even m the original col- UTrm about eggs, I cited one of these egg products vrhicb pro- vides eg with one-Hit h the a mount or cholesterol sr.d fat as ordinary whole eggs c-fxitsin, Eo :t is poesiblf: to d-o this just as the dairy has so in providing a side variety of useful Vo-v fat sr.d ncnfst for the coc- Thank you for your riice letter. Ask Andy Inside a battery Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Daruta Eurleson, sge 12. or High Point. North Carolina, for quesuon: What Is inside a battery? purpose is to create an electric current from chemical actiury, And cheaiicals that s i !ut: A! o E poU.-7 ium by d- Tbe-e vark-us acid chemicals act aj> electrolytes, which trig- ger the Trey on tv.o plates called electrodes by electrons from or.e to the other. Or.e electrode tends to shed electron ino the elec- I trolyie. the other tends to at- tract them. Electrons are neg- ative ar.d normal sub- BEETLE BAILEY-Sy Mort Walker are capable of this sort of ac- stances nave enough them tivnv also fer" cajole of other' tf) M-ual protons. things. They are strong enough Hei-ce. electrically to corrode many tough sab- sTarxzes and certainly strong But one electrode in the bat- er.oush to burn living tery electrons. This re- So, let's beware when it comes d'-ices its negative charge and to examnino the stuffing in- makes it positive. The elec- sirfe a battery even when the snappy Utile worker seems to he quite dead. current is that gains elecirorjj eetii a surplus negative charge. Battery electrvfe plates mav he zinc ar.d carbon, rlrc and ated fay whining generators and copper, nickel ar.d cadmium it must be carried from there or tead. in an unbroken wire The paste or liquid electro- with to here in an unbroken wire circ-iit. Handy outlets are ed to plug into the power suj> piy. Wh-en we want to turn on a radio or start a car engine The paste or ryte must be in contact the opposite electrodea to the chemical action and shift i the These streams of GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOP. EX e im 37 Pw Ckluia Korth-So'Xh yn'rerable, North deals. NORTH A A J192 K35 51 AKQ107 WEST EAST AS 73 O10S752 AJ3554 draw the adverse Next came tfce three top clufca, South discarding a heart on the third round. If the jack -fell on an early rcuzd, it establish riumzc7'3 ten for the discard of 3 and 12 trtckj Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box TCi. Haniington Beach, CaUffjrnia fCopyright Chronicle Co. 1572) SOUTH (5 A72 KS Tne bidding: North East 2 A Pail 2 Pau 4.' 6 0 Paaa 6 2 Pass Opening lead: Queen oi r? Eocth obtaicferf srtra mile- age cut of the trdrap syit in his spade cofitrsct. By cashing cut the at the tf deal, he compelled Wast to a fatal discard. !8 pnir.ta a troVea suit, have riylte er.r.ygh to an imniftjiiiaw iur.ip shift his partr.e.' the bidrlifiE; or.e duo. .Vorth ittfA spades after West's tAro heart cvarcail, however, jvjth had. sufficient hia asset.-? tn launch a when North's response revesled that was ladtlcg dw South set- tled for a small in West opened the qneen o Tnft Iriah goverrirnenf, tv I day to an outhresk of i rnwth in Eritsin. hsr.- L ring tKe import lirs of all sheep sr.d pigs from any swrce, 1 A spokesman for dfjpert-: merit of agriculture thft i fcan remain in effect 'un- til fisrthftr i TTA agriculture: mir.i.v: try arjr.wrxiyj that an outhrealc of th-e j hia'i been djVAvererf on a 1 in Stsfford.'ihire and a quarar.tirA a rarfria i of 10 miles farrn. All i arJrnaU on the farm or-: j derM 1 All Fri.ih porU i on the aJert aryl ar- I riving from Britain were j J sprayed fjisinfectarit. Today in history B) THE CANADIAN PRESS Dsc. H, IK2 Prinoe Albert, rrf Qijeen MctorU, died 131 years ago fever at the age of ar.d of social re- form, his influence wer te was fully oriiy death. Victo- ris went into for many years and wore rr.MrrJr.? to the of her politirjsi to public life, vrith the learier thr; party. Canadian gov- ernment sbofehw! aii for- eiiji Canadian gov- natural to Man- tab a ar.fl VI was land. resident of the United died at Mount Ver- ON THE J-LAZY-S-By T. H. Edword. TWf WtfTfW HOT THAT THE wet is ffAt> gor etTt, u? WVlSM Vau S7J? U'L ABNER-By Ay Capp out tr.ere oa the open road, are !erf off through a these vjtlete to the main power circ-jit 55 direct curren'.. I supply are This is end of wire Ls yrhen we teed a ajmrjination of to arxl activated chemicals, tishtlv tre other to the else- s sealed a sturdy P'.'js minus All electric cijrrerjt Ls crest- placed on tr.e two ed b? streams of moving elec- points, trors. A big generator boosts them a Trire ctrc-ait by voltsse A bsfery pro- elcCtrors solid s-'ances. the action U trigger- ed by acid cherrJcsls, In a moist paste or dissolved Li water. Varlwii chernicsl in- gredienf.3 used ir: different batteries. Car contain a liquid solution of -yatsr sulphuric I acid. The sturdy little batter- j les that portahlft are packed with a psste that may contsin lated csrboo, grapriite aril sal chloride. The mix- ture U nvXster.ed water. batteries may contain separate of zir.c sul- phate ar.d copper sijphite, or a __ f jV---- C, OWE !t' wcGLurrai vo' CLAWS .X. CHEAT-IN'TH' l (-K1K, EA.TIH'HS W-VH. VSG'j V M i y t s-, 11.. i j f r -r..j v t_s OWE w c SALCM f ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HI AND LO1S-BI Dik SHORT RIES-By FronV CfNeol BUGS BUNNY ;