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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Your horoscope NOV. Z3 Your birthday Whatever you really need you get in abundance when the time for best use arrives. Relationships quickly grow stronger wherever the motivation is emotional attraction. Where other fac- tors things swiftly run to excess and you can do something about the problem. Today's natives are visionary and talking one working another. ARIES 21-April Nothing succeeds like success. The more selective you the never mind that others object to your taking a second look. TAURUS 20-May Nobody feels like doing much sq if you really want .something you will obviously have to get busy yourself. GEMINI 21-June What promises to be a steady sort of day has under- tones of growing satisfaction with yourself and the progress of your ventures. CANCER 2l-July This is a good time for arriv- ing -at final statements on matters of strong romantic marital arrangements LEO The brighter side of life seems to be showing for to be appreciated to the full. Forgive all who have erred. VIRGO 23-Sept. Be concise. According to how free you feel within this should be a long- remembered day of special satisfaction. LIBRA 23-Ort. You are way ahead of the game in some major if you can quit while you are still do so. SCORPIO U-NftV. Avoid adding clutter to your 'establishment. Self- indulgence tends to take special the search for time out lor sensory pleasures. SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. The urge to spend is not necessarily exempt from personal yours or your mate's your pride may get in the way CAPRICORN 22-Jaa. Have a bit of fun on this easiest day for many weeks. It's a great day to leave behind a bad habit or unload a white elephant. AQUARIUS 20-Feb. In whatever work you must do. go right to the main try closing negotiations at the first feasible level. PISCES 19-March Your extravagance is more in personal expression than otherwise and is likely well-justified. It's a day for small triumphs. The Chicago Tribune Fun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER T WEE T T WEE T TWEE T A S W IF T Each letter stands for a different digit. A swift looks something like a but in fact it's nearer to the tiny humming- bird Here our SWIFT is cer- tainly not so what must it Yesterday's Bob 22 years Jim Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov. 22 John F. president of the United was assassinated at Tex. by Lee Harvey Oswald 10 years ago today in 1963. Texas governor John B. Con- nally was wounded in the shooting. Oswald also killed patrolman J. D. Tippit while resisting arrest. 1950 Two passenger trains crashed in New York killing 76 persons. 1934 The remains of reported sea monster were found off the British Columbia coast. 1909 Actress Helen Hayes made her stage debut in New York 1890 Charles de Gaulle was born at France. 1852 The first submarine cable in North between Prince Edward Island and Cape N was laid. BIGGEST LIFT Paul Anderson of Georgia lifted the greatest weight in history in 19S7. The 364-pound giant raised pounds in a back lift. Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN CO Chicno TriteM Neither vulnerable. North deals. NORTH V K 10 8 3 0 AJ762 WEST EAST AKJ109G A Q 8 7 4 2 05 0 Q 9 8 K Q 10 4 SOUTH AA3 OK43 4J83 The Vorth East South West I 0 Pass 1 V 14 V 2 A 4 V 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening King of The Bath Coup has nothing to do with a revolt of English peasants against the feudal lords. It is the name given a strategy in the play of hand at and sub- sequently handed down to which was first em- jloyed in the gaming rooms England. In a highly competitive auc- North decided that his wnor cards in the side suits rare all pulling their full veight. Combined with his this was the lecisive factor that induced to bid on rather than give his partner the option of doubling four spades. As the cards East-West have an excellent sacrifice at five which goes down only two but they felt they had reasonable defensive chances against five hearts. West led the king of and South played low from both his hand and dummy. This is .a version of the Bath Coup a holdup play when you have the ace and jack of the suit in which the king is led. This maneuver forced West to switch his for if he continued with clubs declarer would make two tricks in the suit. West shifted to a but declarer was firmly in the saddle. He won the ace of drew trump in three rounds and played the king and another diamond. East won the ten and reverted to clubs. Declarer captured West's ten with the ace and ruffed a setting up dummy's long card in the suit. Dummy was entered with a spade ruff and declarer's remaining club loser was discarded on the good diamond to just make the contract. Note that declarer is de- feated if he wins the first trick with the ace of clubs. East must gain the lead with a and a club lead thru the jack allows the defenders to score two in that suit Lamb M.D. fey cktflti DEAR DR. LAMB I'm very worried about which milk to since I read an article on milk two months ago. 1 have two small children and I don't want to give them something not good for them. My husband and I also drink milk. I have been getting the low fat milk. Is this all I have also heard a little milk is all right but you shouldn't drink a lot. I'm 24 and my husband is 30 and we would be very thankful if you could put our minds at ease. DEAR READER Milk is a very good food. I usually recommend that all adults get around a quart a day. to avoid the problem of getting too much in the I recommend that people use the fortified skim milk. The dairy industry has real- ly made some very good for- tified skim milk products. Not only are they nearly but they contain more calcium and more protein than whole milk. That is because they have added nonfat milk solids to the skim milk. It is not too early to start your youngsters on forified skim milk. Developing good nutrition habits early in life usually helps in maintaining good eating habits the rest of one's life. The low fat milk is usually two per cent fat. It is definite- ly lower in fat than the whole but it still contains quite a bit of fat. That is why I prefer the foritifed skim milk. The occasional use of whole milk is not likely to make all that much difference.'If yo.u live in a place where you'can't get fortified skim Milk. MM the low fat and if that isn't possible you might try diluting your whole milk with reconstituted nonfat dry milk powder. A half and naff mix- ture is often satisfactory. It's also cheaper than whole milk. For some reason the flavor is improved if it is allowed to stand a day in the refrigerator. You can also use nonfat milk powder in cooking. This way you can make sauces con- taining or baked products and decrease the saturated fat content. You can even use more nonfat milk powder than the standard recipe calls to increase both your protein and calcium intake. There are some people who cannot tolerate milk. They have trouble digesting of ab- sorbing the milk sugar and develop indigestion. These people usually should avoid all milk products. Some of them with less serious degrees of in- tolerance can use some cot- tage buttermilk and yogurt. vthere are a few medical such as ul- cerative where the in- dividual gets along better avoiding milk and anything made with milk. for the most milk is an impor- tant food with high quality protein. It is our most com- mon good source for needed calcium. Send your question to Dr. in care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy 'of Dr. Lamb's booklet on balanced send 50 cents to the same address and ask for ed booklet. Ask Andy U'L VAN ALLEN BELTS Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Randy age of for his ques- What are the Van Allen radia- tion The Van Allen belts were introduced to the world as foes and quickly recognized as old friends. Way back in early satellites went aloft to explore the fringes of space. There they found regions of radiation that seemed to doom all hopes for space travel. Then we learned that the radiation belts actually protect the earth from radiation. These lopsided doughnuts of radiation have enfolded the' globe since earth's beginnings. But we were slow to recognize them. This part of the story began in the 1600s when Dr. who was Queen Elizabeth's private became interested in magnets. He shaped a magnetic lodestone into a small globe and learned that the magnetic compass works because the earth itself is a giant magnet. In Edmund who traced a famous located the earth's magnetic poles. In the various scientists studied auroras to form a picture of the enormous magnetosphere that surrounds the earth. By the it was known that the force lines of this stupen- dous magnetic field loop between the two magnetic reaching high above the equator. A few researchers suspected that this huge magnetosphere might trap charged particles from the sun and perhaps from other outside sources. How right they were. nobody was prepared for the truth when early satellites counted the charged particles and relayed back data from several hundred miles above the ground. The magnetosphere seemed to be a lethal blanket of dangerous radiation and future space travel seemed hopeless. this was not though spacecraft must wear protective shields when they pass through the radiation belts that surround our planet. They were named for James Van who did so much to launch the entire Space Age. The radiation in the two belts is caused by highly charged atomic some of them oscillating at fantastic speeds. The inner belt con- tains mostly electrons and protons and their concentra- tion is most intense about 000 miles above the ex- cept in the polar regions. The outer belt contains mostly electrons and their densest concentration seems to be between to miles above the except in the polar regions. Since these electrically charged particles are trapped by the its looping lines of magnetic force cause the belts to dip down to the magnetic poles. No doubt many and perhaps most of the high energy par- ticle's are tossed out into space by solar flares and other dramatic events on the sun. Others may be caused by cosmic radiation from who knows where. When particles strike a spaceship they create dangerous X-rays and if this radiation'reached the it would be lethal to all forms of life. these electrical energies are trapped by the magnetosphere and the Van Allen belts form a planetary 'umbrella that protects us from outside radiation. asked by child- ran of Herald should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntington California S2648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Two awards for authors EDMONTON The work of published Alberta authors will be recognized by two the province's department of youth and recreation announced here. The 9650 and awards to be known as the Alberta Regional History Award and the Alberta Non-Fiction Award respectively will go to authors of works of regional history and general non- fiction published in 1973. Published works may be submitted for consideration not later than Dec. 31. LARGEST DANCE The largest dance ever held was that put on by the Houston Livestock Show in the Astro in 1960. The at- tendance was BU3 NOW THAT EAGLE GAI CHOSE ANOTHER -VO'COMES I AVSMTl INTEREST VOU IN SOME BBkDSCWA tVE SUCH SALES BLONME Mft. IS IT O'KAY IF DAISY AND f I PLAY BARBER ALL OF A SUCOEM -----1 IT HIT BEETLE BAILEY iiy THERE ARE.' OUT ALL I PONT WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT- CHASING s DUMPING OVER AT DONT WANT TO ABOUT HAGAR THE HORRIBLE dik browne LITTLE WHAT I'LL ARCHIE tyf bob MORtlM WHO'S GETTING M LIFTING. THE TEAM I'LL V THE BET THAT 1 BIGGEST ATTRACTS S. ONE THE MUSCLE I MEN f J PRINCIPAI THE PRINCIPAL IS A WE.I6HT I VB EVERV TIME HE GETS OUT OF HIS HI AND LOIS by dik VERY THAT WAS A 60OD SHOW I LOVE COOKING AT HER THOSE POTS AND PANS II-ZZ USINftTHI'i HOMf I'LL YOUR ER...ICALLEP SAIP YOU WERE LET'S ;