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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIOGE HERALD July 1974 Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I am now able to recognize that I have a serious obsession about gain- ing weight for probably a mul- titude of reasons. I read your column about the side effects and disadvantages in not eating properly of sex drive and and personality I am experiencing these effects now to a serious degree. I have been eating improperly for seven years and look back and see the unpleasant changes that have taken place. I'm five feet tall and weigh 87 pounds. Could you tell me where I could find a diet that is more importantly centered around balanced nutrition rather than the diets with lamb I can't eat due to a nervous milk shakes and egg nogs to just put on I know I would inevitably put on some weight by beginning to eat. I want to get on a balanced eating plan that will help me to discipline myself and supp- ly me with the vitamins my body must badly need at this point. I have gotten myself into a serious state of poor health and am very eager to put my every effort into a good healthy eating plan. I sincere- ly hope your answer will be something more than Dear Reader You need to learn something about nutrition. For a write to me in care of this P.O. Box Radio City New York. N.Y. 10019 and ask for the booklet on Balanced Diet. Send 50 cents to cover costs. A proper diet includes all the necessary amounts of vitamins and plus sufficient complete proteins. That usually means a quart of milk skim milk or its equivalent is Ade- quate amounts of poultry and fish for complete protein quart of milk plus seven weighed of any of these items each day will meet your protein re- Then you need fruit and cereal. Study the booklet to see which ones give you the needed vitamins. Then a balanced diet must have enough calories. If you don't eat enough calories the protein in your diet will be used for energy and not to develop a good healthy body by forming replacing blood hor- mones and other vital sub- stances and structures for good health. A calorie- deficient diet can lead to a protein deficiency. That is why starved people lose their muscles. Next you will need to start an exercise program to regain your muscle mass. You when you starve you lose mus- cle tissue and your muscles may stay small even when you go back to eating a normal unless you are active enough to work your muscles and to stimulate them to grow. A muscle grows because you put it under load as in lifting a weight. It grows strong enough to lift the weight easily. Then if you increase the weight it grows some more. The bigger the muscle the more weight it can lift and the more you lift the bigger the muscle. A number of calisthenic-type of exer- cises are wonderful for this including push knee raising up on your if you a reasonable weight training program. When you regain your muscular strength you will have more energy. Your posture will be better and you will have less trouble preventing obesity or develop- ing fat deposits later. Let me know how you make out with your program. Dr. Lamb welcomes ques-. tions from his but because of the volume of mail he cannot answer personally. Questions of general interest will be discussed in future columns. Write to Dr. Lamb in care of this P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. Enterprise Flashback 1581 The Netherlands proclaimed independence from Spain. 1907 Japan took control of Korea. 1942 The Duke of brother of King George was killed in an airplane crash in Scotland. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES II. GOREN a The Chicago Tribune Hoth vulnerable West deals. NORTH A K 9 4 'I A 9 K 10 K 7 KAST .J 8 5 K J Q 7 4 AKQK72 80 SOUTH O. 10 7 V 5 2 .154 A 6 3 The West North East South 1 Dhlc Pass 1 4 Pass Pass Pass King of 4 Though North America again failed 10 wrest tile World Team Bridge Championship ii'om iwo members of the team. Robert Wolff and Koben llamman of had the satisfaction of be- coming thi1 first Americans in win the World Open Pairs title. They achieved ihis 'feat at the Fourth World Bridge I'air Olympiad played in Talmas. Canary in May. A sample of Wolffs lechnkjiie. from a training match prior to the World illustrates why did so well. South was close1 to raising his parlner's three spade bid to for lie held more than he need have for his one bid. I iowevi-r. he look into account that his partner's bid was made under pressure of West's and that his own hand was devoid by any distribu- tional feature. This proved to he a wise decision. West attacked with throe rounds of and Wolff ruffed i he third round in dummy with the king as Kast discarded a club. there appeared to be two definite heart he could not afford a trump loser as well. It seemed logical to play who was marked with diamond shortness. tor length spades. declarer decided to postpone drawing trumps until lie had learned more about the hand. First lie cashed the king and ace of then ruffed a club in dummy. When West follow- ed to all three nine of. his cards were diamonds and three clubs. Declarer now led a low heart off dummy. West won the king and returned the jack. De- clarer took ace. cashed the ace of trumps and led a low trump to his ten. This play guaranteed the for twelve of West's cards were known. If the thirteenth card was the jack of spades. West would win but would be endplaywi. His forced dia- mond return would present declarer with a rufl-and-sluff. If West had some other finesse would win and declarer could afford to another heart. Your horoscope By Diion JULY 26 Your birthday Now that you are getting into a better way of put 'emphasis on dropping un- constructive old habits. In their build new ones which promote your health.. Meditation should be a normal part of your day. Family and romantic relationships all prosper. Today's natives tend to be sensitive to har- mony or its lack. ARIES 21-April Think see potential in partnerships as well as solo team up where you can. Add to savings or invest in better tools. It's a very favorable TAURUS 20-May The way opens before you if you're ready for will- ing to work. Group spirit there's no room for secret moves. Declare your feelings where they count. GEMINI 21-June One thing at a done right the first time. Co-operation runs a full gamut of humor. Carry your fair no ex- tremes either way. Wind up your work day early. CANCER 21-July Temptations to pleasures and easy ways outline your path. The problem is that all lux- uries have real or sym- bolic. Later hours promise real satisfaction. LEO 23-Aug Br- ing pending negotiations to then get on with what you've settled for. All areas of daily living are touched with a happy-go-lucky mood. VIRGO 23-Sept In revising you hit on a novel idea worth immediate tryout. Clarification of a career project attracts ad- ditional support. Working overtime pays off. LIBRA 23-Oct Career moves be ready with notes and supplies. Offer co-operation on sensible make progress while it's feasible. Tonight calls for a bit of a party. SCORPIO 23-Nov Push forward on prepared lines all day. You won't pass this way so make it complete. Accept help in a graceful manner that will in- vite more. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec Personal matters come wherever you tend to steal the show. They may obscure details of business or distract you from it altogether. CAPRICORN 22-Jan Close friends are doubly helpful and twice as curious as usual. You can sell almost any idea or object today. Romance thrives according to your inclination. AQUARIUS 20-Feb Public relations on the job and your performance in social context are the main features of this interesting day. The personal touch is most important. PISCES 19-March Advice is at bad and soso. Hear it pledge and work out your own intuitive answers. you can enjoy all that happens today. Ask Andy DOPPLER Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Timothy age of Kentucky for his question. What is the Doppler A German physicist named Christian Doppler discovered this way back in 1842. It is related to moving ob- which seem to change the frequency of sound waves and light waves. We can detect the Doppler effect in the whistle of a passing train. Astronomers use it to figure whether a certain star is approaching or receding iiom the earth. It also tells how fast the distance between us and a certain star is increasing or decreasing. The Doppler effect first was discovered in sounds created by moving objects. A good ex- ample is the whistle of a pass- ing train. As we stand beside the naturally the sound grows louder as the train approaches and fades as the train chugs away into the dis- tance. But to a sharp-eared something else also happens to the whistling sound. This something is the Doppler effect. The note of the whistle grows higher as it approaches and sinks to lower notes as it departs down the tracks. This oddity is related to the which is the frequency of sound. The energy of sound pulses along in waves and frequency is the number of pulses per second. Faster sound vibrations cause higher notes and slower sound waves produce lower notes. For the lowest note of a well-tuned piano vibrates with 27 sound waves per second. Its fre- quency is 27. The highest note on that same piano has a fre- quency of pulses per second. These high and low sound variations are called As a train dashes toward down the the sound of its whistle gets louder and also higher. The loudness has nothing to do with the Doppler effect. The rising pitch does. It means that as the train the sound waves are reaching our ears at a faster rate. as the distance between us and the train so do the dis- tances between the whistling sound waves. This means that the sound vibrations are being crowded together. We hear more of them with each passing second. of increases the frequency of the whistle and its pitch grows higher. The sound reaches its highest note as it passes us by when it also happens to be loudest. As the train dashes away down the the sound waves are stretched apart again. Fewer of them reach our ears per second. The slower vibrations lower the frequency and the pitch of the departing whistle sinks to lower and still lower notes. We call this an effect because the pitch of the whis- tle does not really change. It merely seems to do so because its sound waves are squeezed and stretched by the moving train. Questions asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntington California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Pun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Complaining won't help. It's only the commercials that matter in television these Each letter stands for a different digit. What do you make of RERUNS RERUNS RERUNS EVERY SUMMER Tanks for an idea to D. Mur- Ontario. WOULD SOME 6lRl_ WHO LIVES IN A NICE HOUSE LIKE THAT WANT TO AR3L06IZE TO A NOTHING-PERSON LIKE HER VOICE ON THE TELEPHONE 60UNOEO VERY NICE ...SHE'S PROSAPLf REAL cure TMAT MEANS CNLf ONE THIN6 FOR ME TO DO... SHORT MBS THIS COSTUME SHOULD REALLY FOOL BUFFALO. I'LL BE ABIE TO GET CLOSE ENOU6H FOR A 6OOD iMOT. IT LOOKS LIKE IT FOOL.EP MORE THEN THE BUFFALO. HI AND LOIS RALPH lE'S FATHER FELL OFF THEIR ROOF BUT HE WENT RIGHT BACK UP A6AIN HE PIPN'T BREAK JUST ONE OF THE SPRINGS ON RALPHIE'S TRAMPOLINE BUGS BUNNY f OUV'NOR.' A YOUR. PLEASE CEDRIC AND 1 ARE HERE ON A MOMENTOUS WE ARE AUTHOR- I 1ZED TO PRESENT A YOU WITH THIS PLAQUE ON BEHALF OF OUR NATIONAL ORGAN BUMS OF BLONDIE MERE'S A NlEW GOURMET FOOD FOR D06S T-2 CANJD1ED HEARTS OF ARTICHOKES WHY I CAN'T EVEN AFFORD SOMETM1MG LIKE THAT FOR MVSELF IS THAT AMY TO LOWER YOUR DOS'S STAMOARP OF ARCHIE IT'S GOT A BIG GREEN HAGAft THE HORRIBLE YoU CAM SAFE I aoT yoU A FPoM A WAS IT HARD TO r IT TOOK ME ECONJPS TO RIP IT OFF... BEETLE BAILEY WMV ME GO UP ON THE i ALWAYS THOUGHT 1 CAME UP MERE COOL OFF WMEN CRITICISED AFTER A HOT STOVE ALL A PUBLIC Of AMATIC APPEAL FOR U'LABNER TUMBLEWEEDS BUT A WONDER VWDtF s.er 15 tcxreD 'MUFF MERELY THAT LIKES WHAT'S WITH THE CHAIR ANP LINES IS A ART FELLER' ;