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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 THE I.ITHBRIDGE Wednesday, 14, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, JUNE 15 Your birthday today: Promises an opportunity for self fulfillment many chances, many choices. The essential starting point Is to know yourself and your limi- tations. Events in your life now leap ahead at a rapid pace. Romance Is often re- warding. Today's natives think quickly, arc generally good at sports and dancing. ARIES (March 21-April Routine builds up, the less com- plaint, the better. Offer explan- ations where tensions have arisen. Persistent dligence is more urgent than ever. TAURUS (April 20-May Current improvement plans can be simplified, more clearly stated, and re-scheduled with some leclinical advice. Notes are useful. GEMINI (May 21-June Short patience is helped by changing pace. Do the things you like least first, keep them to the minimum you can get by with. "CANCER (June 2i-juiy Today's interesting news is a sample of more to come. Pay AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb. Bring good company with you, make it a day of rediscovery, reconstruction of past pleasan- try. You have a good basis for renewed planning. attention to Intimate, close-at- sold as an idea if you persuade hand occurrences, the b'ttle people they_need it. things that count. i LEO (July 23 Aug. Ad- comes according to the effort you put in. Some of your most desired goals are contrary to present tempta- tions VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. An extra moment goes into a speculative or romantic ven- ture. Confidential information has to stay that way, for your later benefits. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Powerful aid is at hand, for use in large scale efforts rather than trivial. What you skipped before has to be at least touch- ed on now. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Thoro review of your financial arrangements Is overdue. It may be difficult to finish your inspection before taking action. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Settle down a bit, enjoy an unpressured day. Treating your work as a pastime, just fun and games, isn't enough however. CAPRICOHN (Dec. 22-Jan. Your energy brings re- wards. Almost anything can be PISCES (Feb. 19-March Being in there doesn't mean overdoing anything; you are more praised for following the middle course. Don't neglect your family. (1072: By The hlcago Tribune) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Is meat needed for good diet? Dear Dr. Lamb My teen- protein. The mature seeds of aged sister and her friends the bean family usually contain don't like the idea of eating a lot of protein. Soy beans are principal source of proteins meat because it is a dead animal. I told her that your body needs the protein to re- built Itself. Is it possible to get enough protein from other foods to eliminate meat from the diet? Dear Reader Yes, it Is. Strict vegetarians are living proof of this. Not only that, many vegetarians are In ex- ceptionally good health. One in the vegetarian diet. They are relatively rich in protein. 'eople who don't eat meat, ish, or chicken need to know a lot more about diet than some roung people following harm- ul fads do. Dear Dr. Lamb I would ike to know if bleeding from :he rectum can be the symp- reason for their good health is torn of something more serious that eating a strictly non- than just a very bad case of animal product diet usually hemorrhoids. I don't mean just tends to eliminate a lot of cal- a showing of blood; he really ones, particularly those that bleeds, especially after a bow- come from animal fats. In gen- el movement- If he has had eral, Individuals who avoid eat- anything to drink, the bleeding Ing excess numbers of calories is more, and excess amounts of fat in their diet are it. however, that Reader There are restrict ducts such milk and u LUUA Ul lal Ul healthier numbers of letter to of the column concerning this y don't It is exceptionally im- that everyone recog- .he body that bleeding from the rec- urces for can represent serious dis- ve been In some instances, it is how that first sign of cancer of the y on although there are ilch Is an other causes for it in- id the hemorrhoids. No case usually bleeding from hemorrhoids, a be sure should be ignored. a variety one deserves a medical is. Some because what is clude the to be hemorrhoids may f you need turn out to be cancer. urated fat is only one recommen- want (o that I can possibly make fat dairy pro-fortified skim earned people with this problem: seek a medical examination as tes of eggs as possible. There is no source reasonable alternative. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [o TH Tltvw] East-West vulnerable. West deals. NORTH 0 A KID 84 87 WEST EAST 610832 VI A97 5 4 3 0 QI 0 65 3 A J 9 5 3 2 SOUTH A A 3 7 6 5 4 VlOi 0 J9 T AK6 The bidding: West North Pas> 1 O Pass 2 V Pan 3 Pass Pass South 1 2 A 4 East Pass Pass Pass Pasi Opening lead: Deuce of le seeds. But they tell you ml, with tender care, you may ft out a few baby potatoes. Vhen the flowers and leaves dow.i, the main under- round crop is ready for har- esting. These plants havo ompletcd their life cycle. Members of the corn, bean and squash families are annua" lants that complete their life ycles in one season. The cab- age and carrot families ara wo-season biennials. Aspara us is a long lived perennial ;etting better year by year. Our omatoes, peppers and egg- ilants are treated as annuals >ecause they perish with lha to germinate slowly evenly. Keep the SHE 15, (SlRiTHERE'STHE LITTLE Rro-HAJKEP 5HH5AIP SHE USEPt) 6070 SCHOOL wrm CHUCK.. ARE YOU 601N6 TO TALKTO HER? ARE tiiHATARE WUtTHEflE SEEMS LOOKIN6AT TO BE SOME IN UHATPOkW) ONEOFTHEM THINK IT PROBABLY SM> COULD A QUEEN TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan GAP; WHAT FLIPPANCY! PEPOTY, YOU PO NOT PIGNIREP MAGISTRATE WITH A BlONDIE-By Chic Young i WASJT'YOO TO MEET TWATSKO'S NOTGO1MS TO BBIMS YOU A LOT OF REPEAT 6U5NESS BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker lightest frost- native tropics many years ihrubs. But in 'their they survive as perennial Andy sends to Robert Kazimowicz, age 10, of St. Catharines, Ontario, for bis question: iVhat is the name of the world's tallest tree? In tropical jungles, many trees stand 150 feet tall. In jarts of Australia and Asia :here are even taller ones. But most experts agree that the loft- est giant of them all is a Cali- fornia redwood. It also happens :o be one of the world's most beautiful trees. In the redwood forests Califronia, many specimens lift their pointed crowns 200 and often 275 feet above the ground. There are trees this tall in other parts of the world, but the great red- wood called sempervirens can do even better. A few years ago, a mighty 'iant was found in on almosl 'orgottcn grove. It grew in Humboldt County, the redwooc territory of California. It stands 368.6 feet high, which makes 1 the tallest tree that has been measured accurately by ex peris. There may be even taller trees In the world, but so far they have not been found. No- body thought to give the reign Ing champ a personal name o its own but it is a California redwood tree. Questions asncd oy cliIMicn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, HuntingtoD Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Publishing Co. 19IZ) I CAUT ll'l ABNER-By Al Copp WHOISTH'GALYO'fS I'OVER? NAMEO' (WEHAIM'T 6'GH.'.r-UlX SEEN HER BUTTERCUP.'.' PO'SO WAL.FEAST YORE. EVES ARCHIE-By Bob Montana Court backs ban on black guests WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Supreme Court upheld today the right of pri- vate clubs to exclude Negroes as guests. The S-to-3 decision, delivered by Justice William H. Rehnqu- went against a black brought as a guest to the Moose Lodge in Harrisburg, Pa. Tiie black, Leroy Irvis, the Democratic majority leader of the Pennsylvania House of Rep- resentatives, contended that since the club held a liquor lic- ence from the state it could not exclude blacks as members or as guests. Rehnquist said the club's re- fusal to serve Negroes does not violate the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution even though the Moose Lodge gets its liquor licence through the state. "Since state-furnished serv- ices include such necessities of life as electricity, water, and police and fire protection, such a holding would utterly emascu- late the distinction between pri- vate as distinguished from state he said. Chief Justice Warren E. Burger and Justices Harry A. Bleckmun and Lewis F. Powell lined up with Rehnquist, a for- mer assistant attorney-general. Justices Potter Steward and Byron R. White also were in the majority. Dissenting were Justices iam O. Douglas, William J. Brennan and Thurgood Mar- shall, the court's only Negro member. The ruling reversed a threo- iudge federal court in Harris- inirg which held in 1970 that the Moose Lodge could not keep both its liquor licence and its racially-exclusive policy. Labatt shows profit hike LONDON, Ont. (CP) John Labatt Ltd. reports profit for the year to' April 30 of or a share, up from or a share a year earlier. These figures are before an extraordinary loss of or 37 cents a share incurred when the company sold its in lerest in Lucky Breweries Inc of San Francisco in October Iff71. There were no exlraordi nary Items the previous year. A preliminary report to share- holders reports sales o up from the year previous. Including the results o Olands Breweries, acquired las year, Labatt beer sales in creased per cent to an industry average of Sf per cent JUST FOR A ruA FEW HIS CAR WAS A FLOAT? WE HM> HIS CAR DOWN HERE AT THE. !T WITH LOBSTER POTS AND FISH NET... VES, BUT HE CAN'T MAKE nv you SAY ARCHIE'S CAR WAS TO BE IN THE LOBSTER FESTIVAL PARADE? HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne WATCH, M CM I'LL SHCW HOW PENIM CAN VDU CANT WATCH WITH youn HANDS OVER YOUR EYES, MOM.' SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY ;