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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, May 11, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SATURDAY. MAY 12 Your birth day today: brings equilibrium f o r an active year of healthy devel- opment" probably to expan- sion of your accustomed field, if not a new field. Today's natives possess the gift of m- piring others to seek high ideals. ARIES (March 21-Apnl eye. Do all you can with the and resources at your your attention. A fresh current of uplifting energy arises from within you. Strive for stronger inspiration. tors bevonci voiu auenuun. iaive ouivc no blame on yourself if things j greater benefits for those you are complex. (April 20-May i CANCER (June 2l-July i private goals ad-1 Organize a simple day-there s p no need to involve yourself vance with vigorous effort on your part, singlehanded. Slow your pace. GEMINI (May 21-June Ask Andy First newspapers Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Wendy- Boatman, age 13. of Williams- port, Pennsylvania, for her question: iVho invented newspapers? The progress of civilization depends on information and information is useless unless it is available to a large percent- age of the population. The business of newspapers is spreading as much reliable in- invent it. However, in 60 B.C., Julius Caesar became a Rom- an consul and so began per- haps the most inventive career with great expenses or drastic moves. LEO (July Aug. Prospects improve in invest- ments, sensible speculations. Social programs enlarge, in- clude a call for your special talents. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. There is no short cut to suc- cess today, but promise in doing i things for yourself. Review your 1 possessions, plan changes. LIBRA (Sept. Your favorite charity has space for whatever items have_ out lasted your your life, settle old scores love. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Uec. Begin with the least en- joyable duties, move on to more pleasant routines, with breaks for meditation. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. It's time to make the rounds, catch up svith news of old friends' progress. A good barter is offered. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb.; Dispite distractions you csn arrange general participation in family or group projects. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Personal relations ease and you're in better humor. Set AM- I THINK WE'RE 60INS TO HAV'6 TO. i CHANGE PITCHES... 1M SOME PARKS WHEN THEY 0RIN6 IN A NEW ETCHER FSW Trie VSE A 6O.F rrr TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tern K. Ryan aside extras for later use. Ro- items nave uui- needs. Declutter mantic interest stirs least a great one for law and order, as related to the organization of government on a grand scale. He saw that his dreams of em- pire and civilization depended upon the spread of information i and wide. Caesar saw that the hap- hazard Roman newsletters j were useful, but not useful j enough. One of his first acts as formation as possible to as was to decree an offi- many people as possible. Civili- sation depends on informed citizens who keep up with the times. Nobody invented this idea and no one person invent cial bulletin called the Acta Diurna Events of the Day. Its pages w-ere posted on the walls of the Roman Forum. It was read, silently and aloud, expected. VOuF IUC StTLLIC in all history. He was ot course SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. i 1973: The Chicago Tnbnne WHERE'S YER PAWS) LOTSA LUCK? Dear Dr. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Is celiac disease lifelong problem Lamb I read Food labeling is a problem. BLONDII-By Chic Young your article about celiac dis- HopetuLy ed the modern newspaper. It j often COpied and sent to the began perhaps 2.000 years ago far corners of the Empire. as a simple posted notice and advanced in step with civiliza- tion. The Chinese claim that the first real newspaper was their Tsing Pao, a journal that re- ported events at the court of Peking. Its publication began in the 500s and continued to report ed months old new. events on a scheduled basis. Is there a sure cure for it or It was indeed the first publica- j will he have to be on this, comparable to a reaspon-j type of diet tor the rest of his 1 iJ-flf. c i if thaf will improve Weil mv little boy has it j with the changes being an- and 'he is on a gluten-free diet. I nounced in food labeling. Flour. He has had it for 11 months, j which found BEAT B'JSM, MR. DITHERS E RI6HTOLJT WITH PO5TV VEAR5 AGO I STAR7E9 IN) BJSiWESS modern "newspaper. hie? Will my little boy suffer bleeding around his brain with The next major advance in j this type of disease17 --.uje newspaper business had to i You mentioned in an article 1935. If this was the first news- j until movable type was that the patient should not paper, it seems a pity that it j invented. No particular genius j have milk or milk was merelv a sossipv social i i fioc.h nf t mv Anf journal. The ancestors of more serious newspapers appear to_________ have been invented in Europe.! a goad idea to use the new j js tnat ne can nave; when the Roman Empire was movable type to print news- i age he needs milk to striving to govern the world., papers. One of the first publica- j doesn't he? Should I ask Way back in the fifth cen-i tions was The Strasbourg Re-; debtor for vitamins for him uui.3 was The Strasbourg Re- doctor for vitamins for him j lation. On September 4, 1609 it j give him the ones on the j nn storv i jna'rket today? Trying to find j the right food is a problem.; far-flung empire. They carried who was surveying the wonders gome of the ...roducts so'ci do! Way back in the fifth cen- tury B.C.. newsletters from Rome were circulated to in- terested readers throughout the about a fellow named Galileo far-flung empire. They carried who was surveying the wonders newsy items about politics and of the heavens through his new- business, wars and natural dis-; fangled telescope. Items of this asters. These were the true an- Sort qualify a publication as a cestor of the modern news-' paper. They were copied by hand and usually carried by travelers who happened to be j going in the right direction. Questions asfced by children Sometimes urgent reports were of Herald readers should be not tell what the ingredients are Trying to feed another without this diSease Is a i ,11 vvmcn contunib giuicu. in a variety of foods, including BEETLE Wort Walker commercial ice cream, cold' cuts, hot dogs and places you least expect to find cereal. Glu- ten is present in cream soups. gravy and anything which uses a white sauce or flour for thickening agent. In some inadequately treat- ed cases the damage to the lin- ing of the small intestine de- stroys the normal enzymes need'ed to split the milk sugar (lactose) and make it impos- sible to utlilize milk. The same can happen to the en- the intestine j >uch as I These are' of the primary are not always severe diarrhea ji it is wise to of these foods NOW I SUPPOSE I'LL H.AVE TO BMP TO ABOUT ONE Or 5ERMONS- U'L ABNER-By Andy Capp prepared and carried by spe- cial couriers. mailed to Ask Andy. P.O. Box 765. Huntington Beach, The Roman newsletter was j California 92fiifc. such a logical idea that no in- j (Copyright Chronic'e spired genius was needed to Publishing Co. 19731 Dftar Reader There are i various degrees of severity of i celiac disease and differences i in children and adults. In un- complicated cases the main to just eliminating gluten from the diet, there is no reason to eliminate milk or sugar. _ So your doctor is undoubtedly right in the case of your child. He probably doesn't have these y LOTS OF PEOPLE. _ TMER.E.'vv'E'VE- EVERY- I UI V UUCoii i. v v- uij-wvj-- problem is the allergic type j He is less likely GOREN ON BRIDGE reaction of the digestive tract to the gluten protein found in j all cereals except corn and BY CHARLES H. GORES' Triboiw Neitiier vulnerable. East deals. NORTH A A 14 9 7 V S3 O A 82 A J 9 S WEST EAST East Pass Pass N'Oftti 4 7 5 2 10 4 019 OKQJ54 SOUTH A 5 4S C A K Q J 3 C -7 B 5 1 Void "ftie bidding: South West 3 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: King of In order to land his four tffiart contract, South found U necessary to secure a key assist from one of his oppo- nents. Altho the opening preemp- tive bid of three 'hearts is a bit off oseter holding only a six-card suit, SouSi is assured cf winning six tricks even if his partner holds nothing. The 100 honors provides further insurance against a heavy deficit on the deal. North had only three top tricks to contrib- ute, but he hoped that his in- termediate cards might prove useful, so be put his partner in game. West opened the king of Spades and declarer put up dummy's ace. South ob- served that he was in posi- tion to discard -a spade on North's ace of clubs snd then bank his hopes on an even division ol the out- standing diamonds. This pros- pect was distinctly against the odds, however, and South decided instead to work on the soade suit to establish an additional trick. Trumps "were drawn in three rounds as dummy and East both discarded clubs. A small spade was led and West put up the jack and shifted to the ten of dia- monds. A small diamond vas played from dummy and East overtook with the jack to -win the trick. The king was returned and North's ace -was played after West showed out. South was now in full con- trol, and he led the ten of spades to force out West's queen and establish North's nine for the fulfilling trick. West could not avoid putting the dummy back in either with the ace of clubs or the nine of spades and declarer obtained two diamond dis- cards. He lost, in all, two spade tricks and one dia- mond. Observe that South was careful cot to release the ace of clubs prematurely. That card must be pre- served as a delayed eiilry to North's established spade- even tho declarer can no longer negotiate access di- rectly after dummy's spada and diamond aces are dis- lodged. Instead, South is able to make use of the dab control by putting his oppo- nent to work for him. to develop them because his problem has been diagnosed i and he is under proper treat- rice. By eliminating all cereal products except corn and rice from the diet, and any foods that are made with cereal prod- ThiEV'RE STILL MISERABLE. VAKAPUMCTUPsE. WORK, OM.rfLL P.IGH.T. BUT VJAP.KJ vou IT'LL WOP.K TOO that are maae wun cereai p.-uu- i J nets containing gluten, the prob-, lem can be controlled. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS '.May 11, 1973 Canada paid the Hudson's Bay Company SH million 103 years ago 1870 tis land in Rupert's Land and in the Northwest Territories. This extension of the Canadian boundaries without inviting the opinions of the inhabitants had led, a few months before, to Louis Kiel's establishment of the Metis Republic in the Red River colony. This was sup- pressed by military force and, as a result, Manitoba was created as a full- fledged province. E i s e n- hower of the United States appealed to the free world not to write off French Indo- china, the key to the de- fence of Southeast Asia. was admitted to the United Nations. University decided to admit women students. Brant Historical Society was founded at Brantford, Ont. Stuyvesant became the governor of New Amsterdam. destruction of the intestinal y .be an overall failui-e of absorption, particu- i larly of fats, from the intestm- i al tract. This can cause failure i in the absorption, particularly of fats, from the intestinal i tract. This can cause failure in i the absorption of the fat soluble vitamins A, D. and K. These complications need not occur if i the diet is properly managed i to with, specifically elim- i mating all sources of gluten. Failure to absorb vitamin K from the intestinal tract leads I to a defect in the blood clotting mechanism which can lead to hemorrhages. Let me stress i again that this is a complica- tion and is nat likely to occur in a patient under proper diet- arv management. ARCHIE-By Bob Montana WHAT AS.EWE. TODAY? Ht AND LOIS-By Dik Browne Fnn with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Today we have a Magic- square. That's an array of consecu- tive positive numbers in square formation, checkerboard style. Each row, each column, and each of the two diagonals must add up to the same Magic Tot- al. The Magic Total will be 50. so what must be the smallest and largest numbers in cur Magic Square? (Answer Monday) YesterdaVs answer: FATH- ER was 120856. HAGAR the HORRIBLE-By Dik oilK OM A VACATION) ccuise ALL THE PROMISES MADE CAME TRUE, THE SOUND OF LAWN MOWERS WOULD DRIVE US BANANAS BUT I DlDSi'T SAY WHERE VOU SAID YOU'D WORK ON THE LAWN TODAY SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal IN THE NAME 6? TME KIN'S. 10 SETTci? CM 'MIS BUGS BUNNY THAT SANDWICH WAS JUST TOO T'EAT WITHOUT CUTTIN'! AHEM! TONISHT I'M BEIM6 INSTAL.LEPAS j THE SACHEM OF THE WOYAU OPPER OF MUSKWATS1 HAVE A LOOK AT YER SWORP? ;