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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Juns 11, YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON TUESDAY. JUNE 12 Your birthday today- You will see several enterprises expand, retrench, consoli- date as >ou work through this year. Relationships of all sorts become important, flu- ent in expression and dec- laration. Today's natives are quick in response, often good at figures. ARIES (March 21-April Strive for an orthodox, conser- vative approach to life today. Your personal habits could change for the better. TAURUS (April 20-May You have more energy than current routines require, so look ahead to a definite goal. Romantic attractions strength- en. GEMINI (May 21-June Coincidence plays a part in most of today's doings. Pause for reflection to digest sur- prises. ________ CANCER (June 21-July Response to overtures of yours begins to develop. Everybody seems to be up to some spa- tial project. LEO (July 23-Ang. Pa- tience is the watchword. Some of your projects need more promotion, time for response. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Seek serenity this fairly quiet day. There's much to do and not much pressure to do it. Express your deeper feelings. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Insight gives you batter pers- pective on conditions outside your immediat view. Weigh consequences of all promises. SCOKPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Continue a firm demand for whatever you need. Be willing to work on short notice, cor- recting others' errors. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Coincidence, so called, brings you a chance to asso- ciate unlikely combinations for positive gains. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Bright ideas are but for later use. Your friends are all for fun and games. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Despite lessened enthusi- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Making pancakes without eggs Dear Dr. Lamb In your foods. For breakfast these in- column about breakfast you, dividuals should eat fish, such stated ''I would recommend' as salmon patties, or broiled pancakes (which can be made j or fried fish or meat With a without eggs or added hot breakfast cereal like hot My daughter has a gall blad- oatmeal one can use margarine condition which prohibits or butter without adding any yolks of and all animal sweetening. If cereals are used and vegetable fats and she some individuals may do all likes pancakes so I would ap- right usmg a small amount of predate it if you would send' But the me the recipe for pancakes asm of fellows, business pro-. ceeds in proportion to your vigor. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Concentrate on activities which you can attend alone, and those i which promise quick results, j 1973, The Chicago Tribune TUMBLiWEEDS-By Tom K. Rvon Ask Andy Saturn's rings Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Johnny Arnold, age 9, of Darlington, South Carolina, for his ques- tion: Do they know why Saturn has rings? Our eyes cannot behold tne_ beauty of Saturn's rings with- out a magnifier. The first person who saw them was the great Italian astronomer, Gali- leo. He used a home made be- ginner type telescope. This more than 360 years ago. Many astronomers have tried .0 figure how those bright gold- en rings were formed. They made several good suggestions but nobody knew for sure. Now someone has put forth a sur- prising, brand new suggestion. Someday soon, a Mariner- type spacecraft will survey faraway Saturn and relay close-1 up information back to cur- ious-minded people on the the mighty pull of the earth's gravity. The same holds true for the moons of Saturn. We know that the big planet holds ten orbiting satellite moons. Powerful telescopes were needed to detect the small ones and there may be oth- TrflS TOWN NEEPS A NEW LOOK' MEN, 6RIMY6ULCH IS AN ABOMINATION ANC? A PIS6KACE. ers. BlONDlE-By Chic Young Many astronomen suspected that long ago a satellite came too close to its giant parent planet. And the gravity of mighty Saturn shattered it to pieces. It was thought that the rings were formed by thei fragments, still orbiting around, above the planet's wide equator. Someone deduced that the fragments must be finer- tban-fine particles, possi b 1 y dust and icy crystals of frozen gases. But recently radar detectors! have revealed that at least' some of the ring particles are sizeable chunks, perhaps like stonss and boulders. And right after this, a Russian astrononv suggested that the rings may be an accidentally shatter without eggs or fats. artificial sweetener. But the main emphasis should be on bulk foods relatively low m ous-mne peope on earth. This just might solve the i ed moon at all. They just might lUlOUl CtiKa Ul J.at.0.------------------ My daughter has a defective sweets and a bigger empha- thyroid and that is consider-' foods. ably overweight, so the intern- ist who exam'ned her pre- scribed medication and a diet. Dear Reader You can use most commercial pahcake mixes or almost any standard recipe, just disregard the di- rections to add an egg or to add shortening or oil. They will turn out fine. The next question then is what to put on the pancakes. If you are trying to avoid fat intake you can use non-fat dry milk powder. Mix it extra rich until it's thick enough to pass for cream. To this you can add sugar to taste and cinnamon if you like, for a spread on top of the pancakes. This way you can serve pancakes which con- tain almost no fat. This does not mean that they won't have cal- ories. If your daughter needs to lose weight, pancakes of any type may not be the best idea Dear Dr. Lamb In one of your columns you commented "low blood sugar and many other problems are often re- lated to living habits, particul- arly diet, and can frequently be corrected." This seems to isjply that hypoglycemia is re- versible. I was under the im- pression that it was the reverse of diabetes, and not correctable or reversible. Can you give me some sug- gestions on correct living hab- its and diet to correct low blood sugar condition? Dear Reader common low blood sugar problems are reversible. They are not at all the opposite of diabetes. The only analogy you can draw here Is that in low blood sugar there is a low blood glucose level, whereas in untreated diabetes the blood glucose level is high. The mechanisms involved are quite different. There are many causes for low blood sugar, including a tumor of the pancreas, involv- ing the tissues that produce in- sulin. This rare form of low blood sugar might really be considered as the opposite of diabetes. It can be cured by removing the tumor. Most peo- ple who have low blood sugar do not have a tumor of the pancreas but have a function- al problem related to eating too many sweets. Ths most satisfactory diet ap- proach is to eliminate sweets, desserts, starches and shift the emphasis to fresh vegetables, foods with bulk and foods rich in protein. The latter category obviously includes the meats, fish and poultry. Drinks such as hot coffee containing sugar, or sweetened soft drinks are a real no-no. So are sweet starchy sis on protein-type foods. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this news- paper. P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on low blood sugar, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for "Low Blood Sugar" booklet. WELUAREN i YOU EVBsl JEALOUS? THAT DIDN'T SHAKE HIM UP, AS MUCH AS I THOUGHT! IT WOULD -j-------' BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker zle rings were formed. While we wait, a clever radar sys- tem has solved a few myster- ies about the material from the surface of Saturn. The idea arose from an un- usual comet that appeared in golden moon is held in a cap- tive orbit. It is held there by GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN TM TrituM BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 097 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 O Pcss 1 s? Pass 4 v> Pass What do you bid now? started out as a color- less holding has. In the light of partner's vigorous action, blos- somed forth Into a thing of beauty. Upon revaluation your hand Is worth 10 points at a heart contract and. since part- net's bidding Indicates about 21, jou are in the slam rone. Ona step Is called for and should take the form of cue bid of four spades. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: 484 VQJ7 OQJ63 The bidding has proceeded: West North East South 1 A Dble. 1 NT T What do you bid? A Assuming partner to be sound, either East or West has exaggerated his values. You have nine points in high cards and partner has at least 13 which gives your a decided edge ID high card strength. which the rings are made. Astronomers had thought At present astronomers that all comets are old timers, cannot prove how Saturn got older than the planets. A Comet ils golden halo. Until recently, called 1969e proved to be a the most popular theory sug- youngster. It seems logical to gested they were formed by j suppose that it may have been an accident. As we know, our i created from material that ex- ploded out into space by a vol- canic eruption. The new theory suggests that a super-volcano on Saturn may have erupted the ring material far above the surface. This new idea is an interesting one, but so far no- body can prove it. w We still have volcano out- bursts on the earth. So do Mars and other planets. We had a whopper in the 1880s that blew the top off a moun- tain. There is evidence that the earth had even bigger ones in the dim distant past. So did Mars. Ages ago, gigantic eruptions on the giant planets might have exploded lots of material out into space. Some may have taken off and be- come moons. Some may, just may, have stayed fairly close to home and formed the gold- en rings around Saturn. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) be in very deep water. The bet- part of valor Is to resign to short loss by pass- ing three diamonds. Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: AK9742 OAJ9S The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Pass 2 NT Pass 4 What do you bid now? this somewhat unbal- anced hand the door should not be shut to a possible game con- tract In spades and the suggested call is three diamonds. If part- ner returns to spades, we would accept that suit ax trump. If partner returns to three no trump, relax. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: A42 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 14 INT 2 What do you bid now? no trump. Your hand should produce seven or eight tricks, and since you can stop the hearts and partner has Indicated that he can take care of the spades, fulfillment of a no trump should provt routine. THIS Trie ATOMIC SAR5 WE WHEP5 JUST- Tpy JO KIU-VOU A LITTLE "o.o-O cp a LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp j Q. T _ Neither vulnerable, as South you bold: OKQ5 OAJ95 4J1975 The bidding has proceeded: The bidding has proceeded: North East South South West North East j 1 34 Pass Past Q. vulnerable, is South you hold: 4AJ3 OJ6S West Pass Pass What do you bid now? Your partner has no strength or he would doubled West or made a free bid. The opponents are in a bad spot, and a double by you only serve to wise them up. West ap- parently has the rest o' the clubs and from jour distribution It is apparent that lon_ will represent a much better rest- ing place for their side. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4K.I9763 OA The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 A Pass 2 0 Pass 2 V Pass 3 O Past What do you bid now? aren't golnf your way, and it you not to be stubborn. It Is true that you have not jet shown that jou good reblddable spads but there a very grave doubt cs to whether you can af- ford to do any bidding. If part- ner doesn't like spades, you may 1 Pass 1 1 V Pass 3 3 4 Dble. What do you bid now? hearts. Do not the mistake of bidding three no trump. Partner was in position to matte that call himself and de- clined to do so. Showing the heart support at this point will to clarify picture for partner. Since are giving a delayed raise he will know >oa isve only three card support and will be In a better position to cide on the final contract. Q. vulnerable, as you hold: 4A976 OA3 The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 1 Dble. 2 Dble. What do ysu bid now? A rescue Is not to Ni considered. Had there been a bet- ter spot available, partner would not have offered Immediate raise over the double. If his val- ues fit well enough, you may make >our contract even against a badly clacked enemy trump holding. Ftlit with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Harry stopped the car at the main entrance. "Here we are, exactly seven minutes he said. "And this time I aver- aged 30 miles per hour just to please you." "I know, dear, and a fsw minutes doesn't really Amelia told him. "Last time we did the trip you were five minutes early, and we started the same time." "That's replied Harry. "But we averaged 36 miles per hour." What was the distance? (Answer tomorrow) Friday's answer: Dad, years old. ME-MVWIFE-MV BROTHER- 1 N-L AW, H WHAT HIS Wl FE. AMD HIS GIRL FRIEMD THASS WHO WAS TH' y THE LAST OF THE GOVERNMENT'S 3 MILLION WE PENT ON CONSULTANT WAS TH' RESULT? ARCHIE-By Bob Montana HE-HAW, HE-HAW DON'T I ORDERED THE DOESN1 THIS RESTAURftWT IS SO AUTHENTIC THEY DON'T EVEN SPEAK HI AND LOIS-Py Dik 60 HISTORY TRACED EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Geneological Society has been formed to help trace fam- ily histories. The society uses old ship and cemetery records and information on births and deaths from the department of vital statistics. ACCUSE THE POOR KID UNJUSTLY. HAVE MORE FAITH IN HIM ANP HE'LL MAYBE YOU'RE RIGHT I FEB.THE VERY MINUTE BACK IS TURNED DITTO IS INTO WHAT DO V3U KEEP WATCHINS THE COOKIE JAR SHORT RIBS-Bv Frank O'Neal HAGAR the HORRIBLE-By Dik Browne I'M MOT AS AS I USED TO E BUGS BUNNY TH' WAY V USE THIS CAKE PSCORATIN' GIMMICK 1ST EVERT STEAPY, 6VEKI PRESSUREi OKAY, I'LL OVER IT MOKE TIMS! ;