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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon JULY 10 Your birthday today Launches you on an adven- turous year of many varied and like as unusual travels par- ticularly the tend to take on a roller coaster quali- ty and engender many poig- nant moments Today's natives make maximum use of limited often outdo those who have superior advantages ARIES 21-April Preliminary moves and counter-moves fill the lit- tle proof as yet of tneir tran- sitory quality Concentrate on work that requires no serious decision TAURUS 20-May Events of recent weeks con- tinue to stir repercussions Encourage settle differences You may have the last word on long-standing questions GEMINI 21-June Most of what you hear doesn't pertain to you although it may sound that way You aren't the target' Save your announcements for a less complicated time CANCER 21-July As the day one in sight comes after another perspective for later use Get the whole pattern first sleep over it before action LEO 23-Aug Important factors continue outside ready visibility The fact you know they're operating need not be ex- plained Make sure loved ones realize how you feel about them VIRGO 23-Sept Where you can phase out an old do so Let new ones pass to someone who can better carry them Today s emergencies resolve swiftly into other forms LIBRA 23-Oct. Short-term conditions demand most of your attention Pick your way lightly through the confusion not taking yourself too senously you're human SCORPIO 23-Nov Technicians have a field day with detailed analyses theories It will be tomorrow or later before you achieve common-sense context over- all views SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. If one approach isn't bringing try but think before doing anything drastic There s adventure enough in natural drift without your stirring CAPRICORN 22-Jan What seems to you endless rounds of conversa- tion actually serve several useful including the lightening of unrealistic ex- pectat'ons you couldn't meet AQUARIUS 20-Feb New opportunity needs further checking You can sell anything today it's vour responsibility to stand by it later so think' PISCES 19-March Retracing old steps shows you a different way of evaluating situation It also furnishes insight into what you can do later to improve daily living 1974 The Chicago Tribune I Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS July 1974 The abolition of slavery in Canada began 181 years ago today in 1793 when Upper Canada prohibited the import of slaves In other Canadian colonies courts refused to up- hold slavery as an but pronounced no legal abolition Slavery had been accepted in Canada by the In- dians and the first French and English settlers but was for mally ended by British Parha- ment in 1833 Canadians helped run the underground railroad to bring blacks to freedom from the slave states of the United States 1810 Napoleon united Holland with France 1843 The first iron steamship built in Canada the Prince Albert was launched at Montreal 1860 The massacre of Christians at Damascus began 1918 The worst railway accident in the United States occurred with 101 killed 1947 The engagement of Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten was announced Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN if The Chiuto Tribune Both vulnerable South deals NORTH AQJ6 10965 0 K84 QJ7 WEST EAST 4932 AK875 V 72 V 43 0 A Q J 9 3 0 10 864 A9532 SOUTH A 104 AKQJ8 07652 The South West North East 1 Pass 2 V 2 A 3 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead Nine of 4k There are many subtleties to the play of the cards on defense Even an expert can overlook a critical consider- as this deal from a team match dramatically illustrates At both a competi- tive auction ended with South as declarer at a contract of three hearts Since East had bid spades during the auc- at both tables the nine of spades was led At one East won the first trick with the king of spades and shifted to the ten of diamonds. This presented West with a considerable problem If the ten of diamonds was obviously the cor- rect defense was to win the ace and return the so that East rould ruff away dunrnv's king if East held a doubleton dia- mond and West took the ace the defenders might not score a second diamond trick After considerable West elected to play and that was that Dummy's king won trumps were drawn and East gained the lead with the ace of he did not have another diamond to reach partner's established trick Declarer was able to get two diamond one on a spade and the other on a club Sitting East at the other table was Eddie Kantar of Los one of U S's best known player- writers He came up with a superior defense that left his partner in no doubt what- soever Instead of winning the first trick with the king of he made the ab- normal play of the ace1 when he shrfted to the ten of West was pre sented with a different pic- ture of the hand It seemed that declarer had the king of so there was no rea- son to duck the would present declarer with an immediate discard So he won the ace of diamonds and continued with the queen Declarer covered with dum- my's king and East ruffed The king of spades and the ace of clubs brought the de- fenders' total to more than declarci could afford to surrendei Ask Andy SOLAR SYSTEM Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Karen age of for her question What is beyond the Solar The Solar System is our particular home in the a sort of local backyard in the endless universe There was a time when people thought that our little Earth was the center of everything Now we know better And if it's too soon to plan a real voyage beyond the Solar at least we can let our minds imagine what such a space voyage would be like The sun and its family swirl around like a flattish saucer To leave it we could take off in the direction of the North Pole or the South Pole Or we could travel outward from the equator in the direction of the other orbiting planets In this we would travel some 4 000 million miles before the last of the Solar System is left behind us On the we cross the orbits of Mars and giant ringed Saturn and Uranus Neptune and little Pluto So we were traveling through interplanetary space With Pluto behind we are really out in outer or interstellar space Actually we are out among the 100 billion stars that populate our vast cartwheeling galaxy Most likely we would prefei to make for the nearest star hoping that it too may be the parent of a planetary family If we head in the right direction our destination is about 27 million-million miles toward the constellation Centaurus near where we see the Southern Cross in the skies of Earth Alpha the sun's nearest is a trio of three fairly close stars We cannot say as yet whether any or all of them have planets If we continue our voyage toward the Milky we would find more closer together all of them are many millions of miles apart Now suppose we wanted to take a quick dash across the very center of the Milky Way galaxy Even if we zoomed along at the speed of which is miles per it would take us 100 000 years to cross from side to side Let s suppose we could make this impossible trip The next step would be to leave our galaxy behind and explore the vast oceans of space that surround it A light year is the distance that light travels in one earth-year If we take the right direction at the speed of light after about years we reach the Magellanic Clouds two smallish galaxies seen in the earth's southern skies After traveling or so light years across mtergalactic we might come to the Great Nebula in Orion This starry wonder is a sort of twin to our galaxy If we have the we may find a group of other galxies in this cosmic neighborhood But a group of other galaxies in this cosmic neighborhood But sooner or later we would be tempted to voyage on and on through outer space Would we ever come to the end of the vast universe7 As far as anybody we would not The universe that stretches beyond our Solar System goes on forever and ever And in all its vast oceans of space are strewn with thousands upon thousands of widely stai-studded galaxies Wow1 Questions asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr Lamb Some controversy has risen recently regarding the diet for a person suffering from diverticulitis Can you tell me if it is still considered necessary for a person with this disease to leave off all roughage' Could you give a diet for such a person7 Dear Reader the controversy has arisen because of new studies on management of such problems You need to separate the different medical problems that doctors are talking however Diverticulosis is a condition of pockets extending off the colon Whenever these become they are called diverticulitis The management of the two conditions is slightly different During the period of inflammation one has a form of appendicitis Under these it is important to have a very mild diet and sometimes no food by mouth at all until the inflammation has subsided Once the diverticuhtis is Pun with figures Anyone could do this1 Each distinct letter in the addition stands for a par- ticular but different digit What will this SPILL be' Thanks for an idea to Brian England Yesterday's answer- Phone number 435-8717 over and the inflammation has then the diet is different for long term management of the problem of diverticulosis It is usually associated with the spastic colon-type problems In recent years a number of investigators have with reasonably good that a major cause of spastic and hence diverticulosis is absence of roughage or fiber in the particularly cereal fiber These physicians have advocated that the diet for diverticulosis or spastic colon should include whole wheat bread careful to get the kind that really is made from whole wheat flour and not half whole half white flour and then The diet should avoid all products made with white including any of the dessert items The whole point is to get whole cereal fiber into the diet Salads and vegetables also important The idea is to provide sufficient bulk-in the diet that the which is a long muscular will have something to contract against When there is very little bulk in the as caused by a very bland diet with little there is not enough bulk in the and the colon overcontracts causing spasms This leads to spastic colon problems which in turn can lead to diverticulosis For more information about write to me Send your questions to Dr. in care of this P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on blood send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. j SORT OF FK3VREPTHAT W P BE HERE CHARLIE BROUN I TRIED TO 60 TO CAMP I REALLY DID I WENT DOUJN TO THE PUT I JU5T COULDN'T 6ET ON THE THATS I CAME SACK HERE TO THE PITCHER'S MOUNP I'VE BEEN SITT1N6 HERE FOR TWO I'LL SIT HERE FOR THE REST LIFE EVEN JOB 60T A J05 NEVER UP FROM AMONG J MAP TO UORIfc' THE 60IN6 EVENTUALLY 5DMMERCAMP __ _ _ __ ____ SHORT MBS SIR A GAME RESERVE' THERE ARE STRICT THAT MUST BE FOLLOWED AND ONE Of AS THE CLEARLY STATES IS DO NOT THE ANIMAIS HI AND LOIS TOOK DIARY AND SCRIBBLEP ALL OVER EVERY SOME OF THE 1 PAGES I TORE OUT AND ATE BUGS BUNNY IT'S REALLY RAINING OUT THERE' IF THINGS WEREN'T so I'D LOOK PER ANOTHER BLONDIE DAGWOOD DEAR 8OV TODAY IM STARTING THE J C DITHERS RETIREMENT PLAN EACH WEEK EACH E WILL PUT IN TWO DOLLARS s- TO AT THE RATE OF TWO DOL.LAPS A WEEK WHEN CAN I EXPECT ARCHIE THEY'RE AS FRESH AS THE. 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