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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 tH! IE1HBRIOGE HERAID Monday, January 13, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 D1XON Tl'ESPAV, JAN. IB Your binhclay udsjv un: :j M.V and over- corf.e p-f.-er.i T> dav's reives are uneven or errutic teirrerameni. ford 01 facts azd but not always aci-ura'.e In applying them'. 1 as lime vc-rks against you en ciiferer.res of opinion. TAl'Rl'S (April 'JO May Those who were unprepared yesterday are new advanced. Younger people precipitate mo- mentary surses of activity GEMINI (May 21 June You have oppcmiaitv for you do see. CANCER (June 21 July T''o io boss those you love quite fit their best in- lei-esis. Give thought to your health: avoid needless ARIES (March 21 April change, may not recognize ail See the other fellow's point of its forms cr the full inplica- view. make a deal somewhere lions. Make full use of what LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Doctor outlines value of cereals LEO (July 23 Aug. 221: reat expenditures are un- .t-oessary. Routine brings heav- er regards than appear on the urface in business affairs. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. oderate speculations are en- tfurseed. but first get a. real stimate of vvhat ycu are getting Personal secrets emerse. LIBRA (Sepl. 23 Oct. our respoEsiiility for ethers rr.es ;o the forefront. Make ure yen krow what ycu let CUTSJJ into with a promise. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. possible new oart- .frships. Vfhere some formal move has io be made, Ihis is a grod time to do so. SAGITTABII'S (Nov. 22-Dpc. I-11: Your mate or associates teed to run with the ball let tlvm, keep in touch v.ith what they do. and how they do it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Persistence pays well. Your family improvises and in- advertently causes temporary j inconvenience. Patience brings I correction. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Now the dimensions of ob- ligation are more clearly seen have mere io do than most people think, so get busy. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Private projects advance. Mod- erate effort, material, and mon- ey in reasonable proportions j brings good results. 1973. Tht' Clucaso Tribune (HAS SOMHNEELSc ATTHEFRRTV W ID .MEET" TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan CHEEP.' CHEEP! LOOXY WHOS WHY. ITS PWWTOJ: CEL.EPRATEP ASSOCIATE OP THAT RENOWNcP SCOURGE OF fWlES'THE LONE STRANGER i WHAT PROMPTS YOUR RETURN TO 0 NOK-H PRONTO? Dear Dr. Lamb your daily column to the Ala- ineda California Star and find i: very aid informative. I would like :a re- ques: the latest irJcnna-icn ra the sutriucnai value ct -sck- aged dr." cereal. Dt'ar Reader Much o: ize confusior. about ihe ci dry cereals on u r e :o cefLre -enns. There are several ways that fees car, be measur- ed.' They car. be by ireight as ir. CLrces or psirs. or they be measurca ny volume as :r.e ir-rful. or troy 021 be inessurec :srms of calories. The question oi nu- tritional va-ne of cry cereais is direciiy :o the ecces in "y vreiEht as oprcsed to voiurr.e. On the has-.; :here are co impor.arc dif- fereaces dry cereals and the basic product. For e-tajnpie. :hres one- half ouaces pams'1 ci CTsiIe grain v-t.ec; C'lniair; from 10 'J) 14 grarrs ci Tra sane weight cf wheat conmins !5 o: protein. However, by vclurr.e i: taies a much smaler oi -.vhea; U fill a cnp or -Jsir. it does whole v.-heat Liter- ally, the s'hole vrheiit srain has been diluted bv ruffing ex- actly the same as popcorn'sl is by popping it. Tnis isr.'; pirdrjlarly in The -'ooi eie- rieccs in es: are dii'.red by 70 rer cent water because that's the way narjre prccuces meat. About 30 per ctr.; o: ire oi fish is from Milk also is a diluted !-cd. If you tec's the water out of a cuar: ci milk, there wouldn't be much volume 'left. Vvhether a food is diluted with water or dr the ef'ec: is ux same. U you want to be sure you're getnsg adequate amounts of nutrincn frcm dried cereals. ycu want to consider tbe weight cf what you're eating not the volume. A big sack c: ed whea: may no: very duch. any more than a large sack popped pcpram would. Of course, the such as cat- rneal prepared sc home, are also dilutee by water by the they are coolced, which tsr.ds to decrease their nutrl- c'ncsl vdue per curfui just ss E.T pui'ed wheat bv :--r BLONDIE-By Chic Young Ask Aiidv CL-piul. I: taies only a smal; our: of dry oatmeal c-r r.ce to make a cup or cereal avked :.th water. As far as the oxer nutrients are ctRoemed. these chsnse ris-e to time. The amounts of various of that are added to enriched breakfast foods charge accord- i-g to the recomiaecidatiocs oi the Food ar.d DTJS I'suailv. though, the vitamin replaceireEt is sxxh to niake these a> comparable to the natural whole grain -nxiuct. h'jt they can be lacking ir; sent e oi rruaiage particularly four arc sibiy some other elements. such as the naturally abundant presence oi Vitamin E. In general, prepared break- fast foods cr th-jse you make at home or the grain pro- due'. are aii good ratritious foods. are a vaiuabie source or" cereai prcteb. and these proteins Delude dirisrer-t acids than are fourd Lr sc-rr.e other frees. Trt-refore. a gocd balanced diet should cor.- an adequate amount o- cereals as part oi th-s daily fare. GOREN ON BRIDGE Egg-laying mammals Ar.cy ser.iis a complete 20- set c: the Merit Stu- zlr.cyclocedis to David 11. cf Duluth. Mituiescta. tor his q'-estion; Is i[ true ihat some mammal- really lay arjr-zing nature story- is true, thcugh 175 years ago hard- ly anyboiy believed it. A visi- tor to Australia shov.eti the sci- entists cf Europe a presevered and other reiiques of the chdckbUl platypus. T h e ieamed scholars ruspected that the specimen ssemblec frcm various parts of other ani- mals. of them refused to be- lieve in the strarge mantmal. especialry told that the ieirjale lavs eggs. PerraDS '-'-e cannc-t blame the v-t.o pcon-pocliec t-.e r.oticr, that the plar.-pus really e.iis'-s. After all. -e to re assembled frcm that rightfully belong to other arlcals. His btil seems to h-aie been borrc'.ved from a duck. tail arc furry coat f-prn a beaver. His feet are Vehicle emission tackled BY CHARLES H. GORES C IfTT. TBi CSJaM TriSunt BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. vulnerable, a South you told: TT5 CR3U Tbe bidding has proceeded: North East Sooth Wtit 1 9 Piss 1 NT Pisi 3 Pass What do you bid now? -a irjrr.p. :s U act r-vartheleu, ,'cur response based cr. jc'jr.d valuu arid did r.ci Invade any of jo la DeRded. 8. vulnerable, as Soutc ycu hold; VJS3 1KQ9S7 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 Pass I 0 Pass 1 7 Pass Wflai do ycu bid u lave.' KT.jravsl tee shculd t-d feel :ha: yen have dace your full duty 5" hard. There Kcor.d call '--.a: should even tempt y'au. Q. vulnerable, as South you hnld; 4 AID s s TAQio; 5: i JL; 3 The bidding has proceeded: North East Soulh West 1 0 Pas! 1 Pus Pass Past 1 Pass 3 V Pass 1 A Pass Wnatdoyou bid have not progressed very Par.r.er ihty haa five cards :n each Uu Dinar) ird or.ly Lhree V-'lih four -e .lava lhal sui: aL or.ce m- of t.i cluis. He, therefore, nol have rnoiijli tJ-Jinpl tfl handle your pail. -.aL-ir.g tte esTii-a'eni of ic leai' 19 poir.Lj. A bid of in hcaru la net cue cf a call of five hea-j would hardly piac; ihe lime In j'ecpjrdy tr.ai lj L'ie clU our choice. Q. East-West vulnerable, as South you hold: AA1093 rJlOA CAQJJ75 Tbe bidding 023 proceeded: SouLh West No nil East 1 v Piss 1 7 Pass That do you bid now? Tr.e bid ii ire c.-.a.csa Ir.clude a-d hfir-j. Tr.t iiir.4 Is ico for a dii-.or.d r.o; tcoufh fjr a M sj :hfi r-arrowi While u-.e ore ipafia '.i .-.c: pir-..-'.- eseri e'.'sry ef r.is .-.ar.d rr.av ob'-aised r.eit rr.ovi. Q. Brh vulnerable, as South anii there is a wison- c-d cia-v en each, hid fret. His ears are covered o.r a seal. His rsnrJrrCrd ih? experts oi those be'eng to reptiles. Maybe i: would have beer, res- p si'r'e to accept tiese features as excer-t for ens Reruns :rc-ni his native claimed that the hatcnes from an egg. Those ex- o; 173 }-ears ago were posi-1 vi'-'e tna; this WCLS ridiculous. Tr.ey e r thought xev kr.r.v. bej-cnd a shade.-, c: ;hz: ail the furry rr.arn- bear live babies and feed tne-n cr. mother's miik. Trjs is j them as rio'.vever. more re- ken: corning in and ob- clariiyinj. Ln a naturalist wen: to to study the im- pcssible ccdity in his naiive A.-d cf all things, he touzc sb-Z'darTL evidence tc pro.e c'oub; tha: the irnrossible creature exists is. Lnceeii. an egg-Iayinc arnma; rne experts at home But juil an- other sunorife was ivaitins. Tne very day after the plaiy- ru; was foac. aco.brr naturai-; discovered an odd Austral- iar. ar.irr.al Lho echidna i.-Jls Liiie roiy-roly had a long sr'j-j; ari cuilis. the platypus, he shunned water and rer.ojcctd cray- fish fcr a die; K ants. How- ever, the echidna ar-d the r-us bc.Lh to be egg-lay- uetailec re-1 tha: Ausu-aHan. cr.ly ore bcc'v ZILM to eL-lrie solid and! A.'.VA C? Tr.e jvastes and lay their -.er.'.'s en to h-e a .ices emired frorr. fearore o: reptiles arc eeriain. cars are in effect p-nimnl-. Bnt among U continue to redtice the asrnraals i: was unique. For I r. tba: en-.-irtFrjneiit de- reason the platypus aud I at otTiCils call '-o'jr echicra were classed as prcc-lem ir. air poi- menotreme mammals, a term -the automobile.'' '-lat to their single hnxiy T-uck. acting chief of the soiree division, said Tr.urs- tha; legisiauve controls on r.iLrreer. oxidfs staned Jan. i. require Lhat cars emir -o mVe Lhree c: cgen oxides ji a niilc A rronocreme could unless her babes were fed on mother's However, she does not have the usual rr-ii.- faucets. The eggs are brocced close ro her warm, furry body '.7.nen the they are fed on tha; oczes from small openings or. the mother's ________ stomach. This feature is their claim w the so- phisticated mammal clan. Qnestions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Box Hantingtoo Beach, California f Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 137j> Pariner opens with one cl'jb. Wha; is your response? i ir.ajTT.-Jci ai hind :i t.-a sq'Jal of iri operunj bid It :t our to teie.-. i narr.e cor.L-act. You have tha receuary values iA for a r.o l.-j-p reiporje nd a eiil n iliep'.aaif. My own preffre-ce. durr.and, to ifJord p lona 11 you rc-iui girr.e. Q. card ipad; suit Ihe level cnc. In thai cue I id upper; '.ha niajor. If iSe of ipadei were a elus the acceptable rtipcrue ro Q. As South you hold: A5( VKJ10J7: C.AKl AU Ty.s bidding has proceeded: East South West Nonh 1 Pass Pass What is your opening lead1 A ilart drrMnj in.-nsi it once to prextnl it- e from Uilnr ir.y of hn Il'.Mfl fir The liett >U hint of illo-Ai f.-r rer.iola cfiince (M: durnmv or pinr.fr tiirr'Tcr.cp bt nun "This rr.eins that of ritrorer. from model ca.-s are 25-per-cer.t lower than average emissicns measured Tests are be_ng carried out on selected cars to eiisure ali mo-d- This actually is Ire second in a series of steps to stop air rxl- rjtior. by autcmobiles, Tvjl-L said. The first step weiit in-to fect Jan.. 1971. All cars were or- rirred to reduce amounts c." hydrccarbon emissions by '0 per cent and carbon monoxide emissions by 70 per cent p cared with ur.cor.troiled cars. IOF he said. FURTHER CONTROL? EDMONTON 'CP A goal Another slop to cor.'-rc! hydro- probably will K set car'vjn ar.d carbon monoTirie for a scholarship fund in mem- err.i-sslons is prcoosed for Jan. or.' of the !4-year-oid Eskimo 1975. bo'h the sub- WT.O saved the of an stances will have to be reduced Arctic pilot before dying after a further 90 per cent compared da.v5 the bush, with 1971 standards. Alderman Dave Ward, who ''These rr.esn that the idea for the schol- about 26 to 57 per cent of hydro- arship to perpetuate the mem- carbot-s and carbon monoxide Kootook. today would be taken out of emis- sajd, "red taPf'' necessary to sicns.'' Mr Tuck said estaolish tne fund has almost .And another final step, to fur- txen surmounted. ther reduce nitrogen oxides, is "which S30.000 2oal propr.sed for Jan.'l, 1976. Tuck said manufacturers fn far have manasod lo work in the nccw- sary control ard the new cars are meeting errirnent stand- ards. However, both in the US., Yf namccl lhc KoolMk Foundation." is being ,UP r "uh a five-member board of said- book LONDON Rcutcr i A fix- volume atlas of the world which has similar standards, printed in Amsterdam between ,-nd in C.inr.dn. manufacturers Ifi-IS and !W7 was sold r.re tryir.i! ;n porsurde the at Sotheby's s a 1 e- ornmcr.l lo m.ike altcratioas in room (or It was I tho proposed 1973 and 1976 rcgu- 1 by The Map House, a London lallons, dealer. BAIlEY-By Mcrl Wolker I '-IVrAU LI'L ABNER-By Ay Capp _ _ 2C- -3- -.'.iJC-. CHARACTER TD ARCHIE-By Bob Montana n WA. LINCOLN LET USSLEKH-IRWRANE RJOECNHfS LIP WITH HI AND IOIS-BI Dik Browne SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol BUGS BUNNY ;