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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTHORIOGE 1IEOALD Tuesday, November 10, 1970 By Jeane Dixon WEDNESDAY. NOV. II Your birlliday toitoys This year your introspcclivo side develops far more Shan the placid surface you present to the world. Your intuition sharpens and occasional sparkling moments of clarify light your way through a patch of frustration ahead. (Use ihat time fur reflection, planning, when it conies.) Your limitations this year are s u p a r t i c i a 1, and arc transcended by your becom- ing a better sort of person. Today's natives have inven- tive 'minds, make convivial friends and formidable-ad- versaries. ARIES (March Si-April Caution about finances should mark your day, at least until evening after your intuition has had time to work. Pursue ro- mantic or sentimental feelings. TAURUS (April 20 May The same crosscurrents pre- vail as ysslerday. Retain yoar serenity and the whole shadow dissolves as a bad dream late in the afternoon. Then you can wind up the day well. GEMINI (May 21 June still feel "caught_in the cross-pulls of conflicting en- ergies. Wait it out. Things come up right later in the day and you can have a pleasant eve- ning. CANCER (June 21 July Seek some creative path that has not been amused lately; explore it alone. Esthetic fac- tors, poetry, vision are impor- tant t o d a y, while material tilings falter. LEO (July 23 Aug. Home life and career effort run at cross-purposes. Settle personal affairs first; if pos- sible, take the day off for catching up on family discrep- ancies. VIRGO 23 Sept. Most of today belongs proper- ly to private considerations, meditation, health care. Go back refreshed lo the work- world late in the day, or even better, tomorrow. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. The early half of today is vari- able and your work is side- tracked by outside factors. Keep matters uncomplicated and in shape for later review. SCORPIO (Oct. 23- Nov. The more you fret trying to get things (lone, the less will be I (urn out to be memorable this evening, according to what you do about them. CAI'HICOIIN (Dec. 22 Jan. Let everything ride now wherever you can. Give otters 11 chance to see the problem and possible solutions. The eve- ning is for social activities- there may be somebody new. AQUARIUS (.Inn. 20 Feb. Keep your tact and good) humor going, as some of today is not really 'funny. Things tend to straighten out, and you go full speed ahead in the after- noon. PISCES W-March Wait a while for acquaintance to grow into friendship. H it does, then it will be time to Irust and confide. The evening is for some lively conversation. 1070, Newstlay, Inc. achieved. People have to drift a bit, bumble into place. The evening is more interesting. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Your public life is full of minor obstacles. Your private affairs, romantic inclinations Canada, for his question: Why is the North Pole called a pole? Some of Andy's pen pals wonder whether there is some How can a magnifying glass I sort of post, like a barber's (pole, sticking up in the ground Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Bonnie IVol- age 13, of Broekport, New York, for her question: LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Excessive eating can bring on eout drink alcohol, particularly heavy wines and champagnes. 1 don't wish to minimize the importance of the diet in con- my own doctor. trolling gout, but even with the Dear Reader The idea is most restricted diet most cases common that gouty arthritis is require medicine to prevent at- 'tacks or arthritis and deformed joints. The best approach is a sensible diet designed along the lines I have suggested. But you should see if your doctor does not wish to prescribe medica- tion also. High fat diets and starva- tion diets to reduce body weight can cause sudden gouty attacks in some eases. This is just one more example of the effects of fad diets and crash diets. Injury to a joint can cause the sudden onset of a painful gouty attack. Some episodes are also caused by emotional upsets. Medicine used to elim- inate excessive accumulations of body water or in the treat- ment o! high blood pressure also can cause attacks of gout in certain cases. (Newspaper Enterprise Makes grade MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) A convict who spends liis days in school and his nights in jail has been elected president of the freshman class at a college here. Hugh Barnes, 25, is one of two prisoners from the Shelby County penal farm attending the State Technical Institute of Memphis. Barnes, serving a three-to-five-year sentence en bad cheque charges, has a 4.0 grade average the highest possible at the institute and is majoring to computer pro- graming. The state is paying the cost of his education. Dear Dr. Lamb I have gout but can't seem to get a satisfactory diet list of Uie items I should eat, even from caused by eating too much. Fa- mous people, like King Henry VIII of England, were well- known for their fantastic appe- tites and their gout. Since the body is able to man- ufacture and retain excessive amounts of uric acid (the sub- stance that causes gout) inde- pendent of the amount or of protein eaten, a special diet alone without medicine is effec- tive in only very mild cases. It K true that some doctors are less concerned about spe- cific diets because we do have better medicines ttian we once had. It is necessary to have a diet containing all the essen- tial nutrients and vitamins whether you have gout or not. It is wise to limit the amount of fish, fowl and meat in the diet and get more of the pro- tein from skim milk, egg whites, low calorie (low fat) cot- tage cheese, vegetables (beans are particularly rich in pro- teins) and cereals. Fats should be limited, particularly animal fat. Some individuals with gout are apt to have sudden severe attacks of gouty arthritis if they me WORLD'S CHLYPOP CORN in ZIP OPEN...Reel ZIR.-POR.. ENJOY! We can lend to nearly every type of enterprise: manu- facturing wholesale and retail trade tourism and recreation... construction.., transporta- tion and storage. If you need financial assistance to expand, or modernize a business anywhere in Canada, vis invite you io discuss your requiremenls with us. DNELOPMEHT BANK TERM FiriAscra ro.i cxtwa BUSINESSES A magnifying glass angles I to mark the North Pole. This .nd bends the rays of light, confusion is understandable. It and some of these rays shed arises from a contusing feature heat. On a bright sunny (Say it pi our language. Our words are can be used to char a hole in a fragment of paper or even to ignite a campfirc. When the glass is set just right at a cer- tain distance, it focuses a patch of sunbeams to converge inherited from many different languages of the past. In some eases the same word had very different meanings ia two old- er languages. "Pole" is one of these double meaning words. on a small spot. This spot may The same word xvas inherited be a dry leaf, a scrap of paper from two ancestor something else with a rath- :r low kindling point. H the glass remains steady, it may bum a hole. This solar match may be ignite a pile of dry leaves that give enough heat to start a campfire of twigs and logs. Naturally, sen- sible folk take great precau- tions before starling any sort of eampfire. The greatest concentration light energy is at this princi-' pal focus of converging angles. But the image at this point is the same size as the object on the other side. It becomes larger as we increase this dis- tance up to twice the focal length. This is because at the focal point the rays cross and start spreading apart. Andy sends a World Book Atlas to Barry Rosenberg, age 12, of Montreal, Quebec, but each had a different mean- ing for it. We inherited a word from Anglo S'axon. It meant post or stick. We also inherited a word "pole" from ancient Greek. It meant a pivot or axis, such as the rod between a pair of turning cartwheels. This pivotal pole also came to mean the two ends of an axis. Naturally the stationary Anglo Saxon pole and the Greek axis pole were often confused. But the North and South Poles stem from the Greek origin. They are the two opposite ends of the axis around which the earth rotates. Questions asRed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask- Andy, P.O. Box 765, Himtington Beach, California 92M8. (Couj'right Chronicle Publishing Co. 1970) GOREN 01 BRIDGE. BY CHARLES H. GORES to WS! Br TflNMl Neither vulnerable. Noria deals', NORTH AQ54J Q 10 9 5 3 OK4 WEST EASr AASS Wttl Pass 6S2 ISf SOUKH AK76 HiB bidding! North East South Pass 4V Pass Pass Opening lead: Ace of The reader may well ba vim-prised to learn that West won a trick with the six of hearts in today's hand, how- ever South's deliberate un- derplay in tho trump suit thrust the lead on his oppo- nent at a time when West had no.safe and the donated trick came back with interest. Holding seven winners in his hand with neither side vulnerable, East opened the bidding with four clubs, South overcalled with four hearts and altho a cheap sacri- fice was available at five clubs, West chose to defend en the deal. West opened the ace .tfl Clubs. However, despite the vigorous encouragement sig- naled by his partner, ha we- unable to continue the suit and shifted to a diamond. De- clarer won the trick in his hand with the ace and cashed the -ace oE hearts oa which East discarded a club, A diamond was led to king and the three of hearts was led. Soath deliberately played the deuce from his oppo- nent to win a very cheap trick iKith the six of hearts. West could sot lesd a dia- mond without giving the de- clarer a rufi and discard, 83 he cashed the ace. spades and continued with the nine. South won in his hand with the Mug and led over to the queen. When the suit divided evenly, he was able to card his last club on North's five of spades. His losses con- sisted of one spade, one heart and one club, I! West exits with a dia- mond when he is in with the six hearts, South can ruff in dummy and discard a spade from his hand, A spade is led to the king and West is in again with the ace. Tha nine of spades is returned and declarer puts up North's queen and then ruffs a spade to establish dummy's Jong card for the accessary dub sluff. lANCElOT-Ey Coker Penn i WONPER IF HE'S KWINSTOTEU. Sf BLONDIE-By Chic Young I DON T KNOW WMM BUT t GET "THE PEELiWG MS DOESN'T DO MUCH BMTLE BAlLEY-By Mort Walker eAiP i MUST LOSE WEIStfT OP CANT you em ME TO DOC1? Ill ABNER-By Al Capp VOUTAKEDERIO PFENNIG- I'LLTAKE PERPFSOM-NGG- DOH'TBEAPOOU IS OF NO USE TO NOBOPV MITOOT EIN HOLE IN PER HEAD.'.' ARCHIi-By Bob Montana OUR, THE CWIRONMEMT 1 PRlNCIfAL COMMITTEE'S I BOUGHT A ATREE WHOLE DRIVE IS TREES YES'.' I REAtlZEO THAT ONE BY ONE THEY HAD DISAPPEARED FRWA AROUND THE AND IT WHAT WASN'T eASY) KIND Of TO Die UP