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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursday, Februory 77, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANG DIXON FRIDAY, FEB. 23 Your birthday today: Having closer emotional ties helps focus your view of yourself and your world, improves your chances. Today's natives are generally rather efficient, varying in moods so that at times their remarks are quite brusque. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Relationships suffer as conditions distract your from the accustomed amenities. Experiments at work cause confusion. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): These you know well continue their usual, predictable ways - concentrate on people and things you don't know so well. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Be alert for petty changes - you might not like them, can prevent trouble by being on the look-out now. Exact accounts are essential. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Take the creative course where-ever there is a choice; and in nearly everything, there are subtle choices today. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): Almost any play you make for more attention builds your expense budget a bit. You have enough going for the time being. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Renewal of contact with people of like interests is first priority. New developments are important to your porgress. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. What are foods for iveight gain? Dear Dr. Lamb - Could you tell me the basic foods for gaining weight. I mean the high protein, high carbohydrate foods. Also could you tell me if a quart of milk is too much. I am 15 years old. Dear Reader - The basic foods to eat to gain weight are these that have a lot of calories for a small amount of weight or volume. Basically, these are the foods that are rich in fat and those that are made of concentrated sweets. Most of the natural high protein foods aren't particularly good for gaining weight. To illustrate, lean round steak with all visible fat removed is 70 per cent water and really doesn't contain an awful lot of calories for the volume of food a person eats. By contrast, pure lard contains no water and is one of the highest calorie foods you can get. Many carbohydrate foods really don't contain a lot of calories, for example, the vegetable group. By contrast, flour which contains very little water contains a lot of calories. Sugar is loaded with calories as are syrups, honey, moiasses, candies, nuts and similar foods. I am hot real wild about people gaining lots of weight and particularly fat deposits. If you want to increase your muscle mass, that's fine, but the best way to do this probably would be an exercise program involving weight training. In this way you could build more muscle mass. The foods you could use in this case, of course, would be high protein foods such as: lean meats, lean chicken, lean I fish, low-fat or fortified skim milk, bean seeds, and cereals. A good balanced diet is adequate. The body will select the proteins it needs for muscle building and all the rest are used for energy or converted to fat like other food. The secret to the weight gain will be the weight training program. No, a quart of milk is not too much. Many scientists would say it should be fortified slum milk to help prevent an excess fat intake and thereby protect against the development of fatty deposits in the arteries. There are a lot of good fortified milk products on the market which will meet this purpose. Milk is one of our most important sources of calcium in the dieWJ and you'll need it to build a strong healthy body. Mature bean seeds are also a good source of calcium as well as protein. LIBRA (St}>t. 23 - Oct. 22): Your ventures look promising, but not enough lor scattering proceeds and confidential info, mation amongst friends. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): The lighter you keep your mood, the better. Check facts, correct any discrepancy at once without getting into personalities. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. 21): Whatever errors you've made lately come back for correction, redemption. All in good faith and good form, no recijm-inations. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 110: The one area where you cannot safely scrimp is your share in family and community enterprises. Use your common sense. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fcb. 18): Moderation includes giving others plenty of time to think out their own versions of the story. Add to your reserves. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 2f)5: Making sure you have correct information, adequate directions is half the struggle. Sidelines turn out rewarding. (.1973, The Chicago Tribune) V\ PlNOMilTTK ,\W P� P6SISNATEP TO PAT RK THE STARTiNi Fitcher akp All s j*ayHc,nt pitchers IU aw SAME WITHOUT OTHKfuVE affecting the static of THE PITCHK5 IH TliS 6MB.. " 11 FAILURE TO DESIGNATE A . PINCH-HITTER PRIOR TO THE 6AME \maWE5 THE VSE Of A DES6NATEP PINCH-HITTER FOR THE GAME-'PINCH-HITTER FOR A P�?i6NATB> PiNCH-HITTER MM BE U5�P,M* 'ANf^eSTITWE PINCH-HITTER FOR A PE�6MATEI> PlNCH-HITTER 'HI^LF8ECaH�?A D&ISKATED PINCH-HITTER..,A REPLACE? D��I6NAT�P PINCH-HITTER5WAU. NOT RE-ENTER THE GAME" I WON'T GET TO BAT THE WHOLE SEASON.. Ask Andy Neptune's moon Andy sends a complete 20-volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Gary Moore, age 14, of Williams-port, Pennsylvania, for his question: Can Pluto really be a moon of Neptune? Astronomers have been trying to settle this question for several decades. The answer depends on precise measurements, including Pluto's exact mass. Andy attempts to report these findings, as they are verified. Recently, the mass of Pluto was measured anew. If this latest estimate is anywhere near accurate, little Pluto may be an escapee satellite Hi at once belonged to the planet Neptune. Dear Dr. Lamb - I have always heard that one should not eat fish and drink milk at the same meal and people have toil me of experiences they had of getting very sick after eating this combination. Now I hear there is nothing to that theory: Please give me your opinion and why did these people get sick? Dear Reader - This idea has no scientific basis. Both are perfectly good foods. Neither contains any toxic elements that will cause a healthy person to become ill. Your.friends either ate bad fish, drank bad milk or the illness was unrelated to fish or milk. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN S I77J, The CMciio Trlbimt Neither vulnerable. East deals. NORTH A 10 7 6 5