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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuevday, January 16, 1973 THE IETHBR1SGE HERALD It YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON WEDNESDAY, JAN. i7 Your birthday today: Re- lations encounter mixed con- ditions, require acceptance cf oihers as they are ratl.er than DS tliey might boc-ctr-.e. To- day's natives generally have talent lor managing mmey, thrive better self-employed. ARIES iMarch 21 April 191: Tempcanon to overdo hobbies, fun and games comas strong. Sec what you must do fcr tome and career first. then play. TAUKUS (April 20 May Expect uphill progress at ra- ther slew pace. Complaints and explanations are of little avail, may even start dissension. GEMINI (May 21 June Tirrn TOUT sttertion to cashing in on whatever commercial op- portunity is at hand. off any white elephants. CANCER (June 21 July 22V V.Tiere emotional ties ex's-., matters tend to complexity. Take the trouble to son things out with loved ones. tEO (July 13 Aug. 221: If you have things to do that must be kept connderjriz! for the rLT.e being, now is the time, as pres- ent circumranc-cs cot (Alif. 23 Sept. Let find their ways around barriers. Spending is nK an because the is no: related lo any- thing t'nnt money can buy. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. You need to define yotn- terms. EEV what you want, what you wjll do to get it, and perhaps baein the doing. It's a lively day. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23 Nov. Formalities of any fort drag. Putting forth a strong opinion wilj almost certainly attract a dispute. SAGITT.ARa'S (Nov. 22-Dec- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Know lowdoicn on skim milk Interest centers on group resources, your chances of I Or.g organized support for your vpntures, scholarships. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Ju. Ili: Your natural propensity for organizing all thai concerns i you provokes resistance or re- prisal from these near and dear. AQUARIUS (Jan. 2B Feb. lit: Whatever you nave been doing comes to the forefront of local and perhaps widespread j attention. Your -work if lenaed. PISCES (Feb. 19-March vVhat seams a bargain isn't, 1 z; you need a ccmplste set rather than an isolated item which doesn't match easily. 1S7C, The Chicago Tribune He MAD IfMTED THIS OTIS UTTLE KKP THAT HI'S N WITH, S'JT Hi NEVER 60T TO TALK LJ.Tri VS. BtOWK I TALKEP UiTH HER THE UTOLE EVENIN6! SO HE ME A BILL FOR SIX POLLAS RK A LITTLE OF DON'T HW REALTY TrAT VSR HEACT UDRTrl M'JC-> MXH USZ. THAN TUMKEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Jan. IS- 1S7." The Japa-.sse Army i.-.- TCc'cd Burma 3! years aco t o d a y i n five j weeks after ccptiirir-g rror.'r- em Malays. nurrr.a c c ra p c r. trree months before British j the Burcia to Obi-..-. The ;c> the Japassse b. :h? nsva: ror.'trs p: Scs ii-.A whe- Ur.i'.ei Cfrtcd in iras elected nstionsl leader of the LJberr-! pa_-cy ?jc- ceedir.g Louis S: rrwlameJ EpT.: az re- RcrXT. Fs'.OvT. SotM the So-j'.h Pc'e. U.S. lilded n to pu; co-.vn a rovprjlifr.. Acr-, sancxed 10 Briusb Dear Dr. Lamb I am on a reitric'Eri ntrmber of cakrieo for weight control. I drinS sev- eral glasses cf milk a dsy and use it on cereal and in coifee. you please explain the difference in Ekim mill; and itocfat milk fcrtiiied with two niilk solids, ard how many cs'ones there in ui eight-ounce glass of e-.o'n. I carjis: get fortified sir.: milt: ir. O'JT area, and no crjorie cornier lists the count for Eonfat millt According to p.-.icie I read, some of the fo-cpTcd milk ccntsins slairst s; calories as Dear Reader Alihoum trore are some variations de- perdini: oa the type and amounts o: milk solids added to fcrti'y mils and aiso depend- upon the perrcritsge cf fat eeriest in the Epproxi- jv. :c values for one eifhi-ousc? glass ci the com- raon'.y svnilahle mift products ;-r? as fcViotrs: p'.ain M fordfied with r.odat solids 103 fi.. perccni fortified trith 2 jercer.: r.oaist w'kis 125 :2t. C for-ified with C r-errer.t nonfs' srliris 142 3.5 psrc I. fat ICO Some of the conuiiercial forti- fied ?kim miilt prixlucts do con- t.-jn from to orje per cect fct. Ever, so. I very r.-.-di that you are roir.3 to find a milk fortified with ticr.far solids product which has anywhere near the same amounts of calories that whole milk contairs. You will rri-? ntirrient- irA more cidiun in torcfied niiii you in miilt. merely because the nonfat solids which are added contain additional calcium. Most commercial skim milt, vheiher it is fortified or not. v.'o-.dd meet your needs just as vi-cii. although most people pre- ffr the taste of foniiied i slrim rcili. I Dear Dr. Lamb I read your column regarding abdomi- nal esercises. While in college majoring in physical education. j I became esrranety interested I in corrective physical educa-. j lion. During this lime I experi- 1 menied in all types of condi-: tionins and building exer- cises with particular emphasis orj the Ctoe of the best for thi lower abdomen is dore by 'iyir_c on yo-o? back en the flc-or rich" the legs c-.'tstre'.che-d. To i begin. s'oTrry bersi at the knees, keeping the ksees to- I gether and keeping the heels I as dose to the floor as long as i possible. Continue bending at the kress and litps ustil the knees touch ire Return 1 slowlv to the starting position arc repeat ss many times ss possible. When first staned. it will he easier to lio'-d 01 to Lhe lees cf a heavy chair or couch, if ven-: strozgev. it vriil be possible to do this erAercifs hold- ing on to anything. Anyone who cm develop the capacity to per- form 30 to -SO repetif'ons wiil have developed a strong ard healthy Dear Reader Thank you for helpful Eurrcestion. Any of the excrcisss v.-iiich in- voive lifting the lec> up IrJig flat on the floor, then spreading the feet apart or bringing up the knees as you suggest, or holding the legs straight out with the knees Siraigbt and the heels iust off tiK floor will tend to strengthen the Ebocmir-al nrcsc'es. parti- cjiariy those troublesome ones in the bwer region. Bridge results L.-ditj V-'ctf. Antrncen D.B.C. Jin. HAVEN'T LBFT Trie LONE S1KAHWR NO. JUSTTCKIRG THE OFF, POPS. ACTUALLY. THE HAM AW I riAVE ?BEN IT Or? PRETTY WELL LATELY UONDIE-ly Chic Young :de's i l. 3. W.-s. I. Js'-.nzcr, trd Mrs. E. Harr.iltcn Wei Eveninf D.I.C. Jin. IB 1. C. Sab CAarSrv 2 Mrs. H. E. BclfoLf JV.n. H PS'-.ST. 2. and V. T. .c- 55-.T- ind Winter, i C- and B. Jirkrvich, 2. D. H. Fc-y s.-d Ware, M-. a-d Ga-Eld 3. E. Lyrvegr. Thursday Night D.B.C. Jin. II J W.5. 1. BSD erri C. Sudti- 2. D. 3. YiV. 1. TVTsw McLBtr1, 2. '-V. a'd Vrs. L. A 3. AL Yesh- Friday Nichl D.B.C. Jan. 13. R. a-d c. w. Ch1- s.-b Ma-sra'i e--d C. Srfe-- i. E. e-j C. 1. R. J, Tn'sln arrf W. J. E. sr-d D. Lc-v.'inberc, 1 '.SVIfi er-.d V. Unit Game Jin. 14. UETIE lAILEY-By Mort Walker EAV. 1. Mr. a-d W.-i. B. N'lsKr., L'-; -0 C-. 3. P. Prs- i 'i1.; il ths clL'bi i s C cxr. I L. Ec-rr-ft-. troop strength cut SAIGOX (API U.S. troop strec Sri] in A'ietaajn dropped 200 men to a total tf the ssme level A3 in January 1W5. the U.S. Com- mand reponed The ro- 1 tsl does not include about 100.- U.S. serncemen involved in the war effort on ships of the 7th and at bases in Guam and Thailand. 111 ABNER-By Ay Capp j1--'---.: GOREN ON BRIDGE Ask And WE'LL iU. "Y DOL3" ALL.'.'AHSn Tu'RJsf WRE EYEJS AWAV AlCHIE-By Bob Montana BV fH.AKl.Ei IL GOREX Neither vulnerable. West NORTH omh Pa-pade lend providfci 11.1: Kist has bid thai earlier. They fly south Andy sends a complete 20- vo.iumc so: ot Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia 10 fsro- hTi Heuzman. age li, o: Des Moines, Iowa, for her ques- tion: nTiere (lo liummuicbtrds go for llie winter? Anna htm-jiiL-.cbird r.amr-d of these reliable observations have been gathered. They pin- i point certain kxarions in lies- 1 ico and give sketchy reports on hummingbird winter resorts farcer sou-_h in Central EEC America. Our most common summer visirors arc the litlie rufus burn- rcer. vrho favors the West and e beieweied ruby-throated i Rank stays in garden hummer who prefers to raise 1 because in his species it is his midget family eastward customary to spend the winter from the Mississippi Valley. m Southern California. .As a, We have a pretty good idea I matter of fact, the gaily dress-! where these favorites go. Troy ed midget is a permanent resi- migrate to various parts of dent. Xo; so (lie IS other hum- .Mexico. .And, of sll things, each j mers that visit North America small traveler files solo or. a i for the summer season. They non-stop )oumey of 500 miles departed fa late fa'l to find across "the Gulf 'of Mexico. milter winters south of the It is though: that a few msy border. taste a detour and stop off in Cuba, perhaps to pause a few Trscinc the micrstory paths c'.ays or spend the whole winter, of ducks, and other siiibie Reports of winter resorts favor- birds is riot easy. Bui mih pa- ed bv other spedes in Central tience and heip from numerous and South America most likely bird lovers from far aod wide. 1 are true. But the exact locations it can be cor.e. The most sue- are hard to verify. cessful rr.e'.'W. is ui catch a few birds from a and i A hummingbird is a mina- band their legs with painless hire packaee of dynamic en- whom no fe.it of endurance seems y.td. to consume food evory that govems works so fast r.-.ar.-sired liur.imer Id oore !0? pounds ri.-ily. j'jst to i temoerarure be- M30NECW) THWSM THJ. WHO J WHY THE HI AND LOIt-BI Dik i ideritiiication tags. When found i ergy to far afield, th? tags are return- strprrc" ed. h? v. 285 The r.-.o: his Ixv.--' thr.t j ed to the bird slai-ion. with data on when and where. j Bui jus; imagine trying to tsj a high spirited such as the average hummingbird. peppy little character rc- capture all his might. His legs. ap.irt from his scrap- py clsws. r.re snail aid fra- keon r other small ro.it onto which an idcntificntion c.v. be Besides, who wouUi rei return it? There is anotiior reason why the usual bird tracking meth- ods would be likely to (nil. Ducks and most other birds mip-ate in Docks and or two i are enough to keep tr.ick of large groups. The punky linlc hummer is a Only he knows where he is hc.itied and his wtnler resort may bo near .1 forgotten village hifli in the Andes. Obviously the only peiiiile who c.iii keep track oi his winter aro h.irpoti In Ix? Ihc sp.it when l-o and SHORT RIRS-By Frank O'Neal no sttrprise that the rt-f-.'s over ic'1- and crppoc. motintains as high as No do-.iM these small potiorn: r'ber astound- ing feats. nskfrt hy cnildrrn o( llprnlil ro.icVr? shonld hf maili-ii lo Andy. P.O. Rov TI'.T. Mnnlinpton Erach, C.ilifornin ?2fiJS. Co. 1ITS1 >y i i ISfTEAT.' IVCU COULD DaeJLB MY BOOK5 fit! tUCS BUNNY TTirough the years, a number i Infs. nF.vnis WSTEP The n.imcs of 66.6.1! Carjdi- u ;o in i--o Ki---; World War an> I'-o o: Rcnieni- s in th? r.irliamenl build-1 ;