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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HI IITHBKIDGE HERALD Octobtr 1, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON THURSDAY, OCT. 8 Ymir birthday today: You Ban thrive in the rich en- can thrive on changp and im- provement that characterizes the coming year. There is plenty of significant work to do, many people to meet. Your rewards now come more promptly and directly. Emotional ties deepen as you share vivid experience. To- day's natives are rather alert individuals, most of them with interest in diets, health- care programs, physical com- petitions. ARIES (March 21-April Picture the most optimistic sit- uation; then go out to help make it come true. A full day of hart work produces more than expected. Celebrate with a social evening. TAURUS (April 29-May Listen and learn; self-improve- ment plans promise progress in ways not now apparent. Pur- sue sentimental interests; share today's relevations. GEMINI (May 21 June Get busy with the most impor- tant matters. Ready co-opera- tion is available for the larger ventures. The evening is for re- view of past plans and new be- ginnings. I CANCER (June 21 July Creative and intellectual ac- tions now have stronger effect. Reach out for gentler relations, heal irritations. Make it a long productive day and a sparkling evening. LEO (July 23 Aug. Concentrate on your career; you can increase your earning capacity by directed effort. By all means present your wares and work. Meditate for intui- tive guidance. VIRGO (Aug. Z3 Sept. The tide turns and life is some- what smoother today. Make peace all around, cater to the" sensitivities of yourself as well as others. Romantic interests encounter a moment of fascina- tion. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN [fe ,F Tftt CMeuo Tribunal East- West vulnerable. West deals. NORTH WAQS654 09 WEST EAST A 10 5 I 2 K Q J V K J 10 8.7 OKQJ 042 4 Q 10 5 3 A 8 6 I 2 SOUTH 0 A 10 8 0 5 3 87 'The bidding: West North East South 14 IV DWe, 30 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Three of A premature double by West on today's hand left his tide on the short end of the West opened the bidding with one spade and North over-called with two hearts East doubled. He ex- pected to take book in hi! own hand and anything that his partner could contribute would be pure profit. South promptly rescued his partner by bidding three diamonds, reasoning that his seven card suit would prob- ably provide a safer haven. West WM caught in rhythm and doubled three diamonds which became the final contract. West opened the three ot clubs and declarer boldly finessed dummy's jack which held the trick. He followed with the ace and king to discard. one of his, losing spades. A diamond was led to the ace and South continued with the ten. When diamonds divided declarer conceded two diamonds and two spades and claimed his doubled contract. West could have defeated his opponent by underleading the ace of spades at the opening gun. East wins the first trick and West must overtake the next round with the ace to give his partner a ruff. Lacking the benefit of a peek at all hands, West is not open to criticism for his choice of leads. His judgment in doubling three diamonds is questionable, however. West might have reasoned that when South ran from two hearts, the latter was short in that suit and therefore East's, heart tricks might not ba cashable at a club contract. The prospects for a substan- tial killing were not bright and the prudent course would hare been to pass and hopa for a small profit. IJBKA (Sept. 23 Oct. Confidential work comes to a crisis or perhaps a payoff point. You can bring together both sides of a divided family or group. Consider how to. im- prove your resources. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Attend first to the necessities of relatives or others dependent on you. Then your own affairs, if sound, fall directly into place rather profitably. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22-DcC. Correct recent errors get up promptly and do not rest until you have done what you can to rectify them. Pur- sue romantic enterprises wholeheartedly this evening. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Your concern and serenity should by now have brough conditions Into better balance Seek activities where you wi need reservations or co-opera lion. Evening promises some surprises. AQUARIUS (Ju. 20 Feb Complete any neglectet tasks. Old problems yield to re- view under changing cond tions. You can arrange certai things without public notic which make your life mor comfortable. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) General co-operation is aval' able. Take care to stay withi your budget on spending. Ge in touch with friends and rela exchange notes, but no details of personal plans. 1970, Ncwsday, Inc. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D Lose 10 to 20 Pounds A Year With Walking If you are having a problem controlling your weight a change in your physical activi ty may help a great deal. Fa stores develop because you either or dr'n't too many calories or don't exercise enough, Exercise. programs and diets often fail because they are undertaken on a crash basis rather than as perma- nent living habits. If you want to use exercise to lose fat you don't need to work the heart.and circulation at 'the high- levels_ resulting from jogging, running or a number of competitive sports A brisk 30-niinute walk each day will cause most average weight people to lost at least II pounds, a year PROVIDE! they don't increase their usua calorie intake. If you need to lose more fat or lose faster the best approach is to Increase your walking time gradually An hour a day can eliminate 20 pounds of fat by the end of the year. Losing fat by exercise does not always mean losing weight. In fact, you can gain weighl while losing fat. This is why the bathroom scales don't tel the whole truth. I first learned this by studying young, healthy men put to bed rest, to fine out how weightlessness during space flight would affect the B E HARDWARE f (FORMERLY LYLE'S HARDWARE) A FALL SPECIALS i M.T.D. BEAUTI-CUT 20" LAWN MOWER Complete with catcher, Briggi and Stratton engine. Reg. FALL SPECIAL 87 .50 FURNACE FILTERS All popular sizes. EACH M.T.D. BEAUTI-CUT LAWN MOWER Complete with catcher, 316 H.P, Briggs and Strofton engine, Reg. SI 15.95. FALL SPECIAL 39- WEATHER STRIP 3-pce. door set. Eskimo Brand. Reg. 1.69. FALL SPECIAL 1 ,19 PUSH BROOMS 14-Inch. Reg. 2.29. FALL SPECIAL 4 LEG METAL IRONING BOARD Reg. 15.95 FALL SPECIAL WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF Potting Soil Vermiculite Plant Foods Horticultural Perlite Clay Flower Pots, etc. HARDWARE 414 13th St. N, Locally Owned by BOB and EVA DEIMUTH SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS Interior and Exterior. 0 KEM GLO SUPER KEMTONE astronauts. The explanation i that one pound of fat tissu contains five times as many calories as one pound of lean muscle. Theoretically, if you convert ed all the calories in one pounc of fat to muscle tissue yo would gain four pounds ne weight. With inactivity, as th calories in muscles are conven ed to fat, you lose pounds bu not calories. If five pounds p muscle turns to fat you wi lose four pounds net weight. The difference in calories in fat and muscle explains -why sc many people who go on a com bined diet and exercise program fail .to lose weight. The waist line may slim acd the body be come firmer then when they step on the scales they are dis appointed to see that the; haven't lost weight. The bes way to tell if you are losing undesirable fat or not is to fee a fold of the skin around the waist. Any major fat roll unde the skin is evidence you stil have work to do. Kemember, if your goal is to lose ugly fat and unhealthy fa stores, regular exercise DAILY, even in s m a 1 amounts, can do the trick if you are patient and stay away from the calories. It is persis tence that counts. KEM VELVET 20 Bridge Results Wed., Sept. 2, 1970 Hamilton N.S. T. M. R. Mraiek, V. Fukuda; 0. B. Bentsen, R. Chapman; 3. R. MI W. Waters. E.W. T. B. Jurkovlch D. Mlchaetlsi 2. M. Barrow, P. McLean; 3. N. Nel son, O. Soice. Thurs., sept. 3, 1970, Hamilton N.S. 1. R. Mlron, J. Anderson) 2. J Landeryou, V. Fukuda; 3. E. Fox, K L. Waters. E.W. T. P. McLean, George Roberts; 2. A. Culler, E. Culler; 3. C. B. John M. Santa. Friday, Sept. 4, 1970, Hamilton N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Broad- root; 2. C. W. Chlchesfer, E. Goodman; 3. Mr. and Mrs. G Brockhouse. E.W. 1. B. Jurkovlch, D. Michaelis; 2. A. Topping, F. McDonald; 3. E. Mil er, R, Nilsson. Wed., Sept. 9 1970, Hamilton N.S. 1. R. Miroo, J. Anderson; 2. J. .anderyou, J. Grant; 3. Mr. and Mrs, W. Hummel. E.W. 1. L. Smith, F. McDonald; 2. M. Barrow, Wright; 3. 0. B. Bentsen, B. Jurkovlch. Thursday, sept. 10, Hamilton N.S. 1. V. Fukuda, R. Santa; 2, J. Anderson, E. Fox; 3. J. Landeryou, J. E.W. 1. D. MiehaeHs, W. Zumsteln; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foss; 3-4 fjle) Culler, C. B. Johnson; B. Marshall, K. Oliver. Friday, Sept. 11, 1970, Hamilton N.S. 1. I. Shaw, W. Waters; 2. Nelson 0. Soice; 3. P.. Wobick, K. Waters. E.W. 1. Mr. and Mrs. B. Nilsson; D. Michaelis, W. Zumsteln; 3. M. Barrow, H. E. Balfour. Ved., sept. U, 1970, Hamilton N.S. 1. B. Nilsson, E. Fox; 2. Mr. nd Mrs. G. Brockhouse; 3. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowenberg. E.W. 1 and 2 (tied) Mr. and Mrs. W. Hummel, D. Michaelis, W. Zumsteln; P. McLean, M. Barrow, Thursday, Sept. 17, 1970, Hamilton N.S. 1. B. Evans, 8. Jurkovlch; 2. Mr. tnd Mrs. M. Hodgson; 3. V. Fukuda. R. E.W. 1. C. H. Chapman, C. B. John- )n; 2. H. E. Balfour, M. Barrow; 3. Ar. and Mrs. K. W. McLean. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1970, Hamilton Club Championship-Open Pairs- Overall 1-2. (tied) R. Cemullnl I. Shaw, J. Landeryou, M. J. Grant. 3. N. Nelson, B. Jurkovlch. Thursday, Sept. 24, 1970, Hamilton Club Championship-Open Pairs- Overall 1. R. J. Thielen, W. J. Ellert; 2. L. Smith, 0. E. Soice; 3. E. Fox, N. Jur- kovich. Sunday, Sept. 77, 1975, Hamilton N.S. 1. M. R. Mrniek, V. Fukuda; 2. V. Marlin, L Frandsen; 3. C. B. Johnson, C. H. Chapman. E.W. 1. D. Mlchaells, W. Zumsteln; J. George Roberls, T. Michaelis; 3. R. Nelson, P. McCann. Wednesday, sepl. 30, 1971. Hamilton N.S. 1. B. Jurkovlch, O. B. Bcntsen? 2. R. Wcblck, R. Santa; 3. B. Nilsson, E. Fox. E.W. 1. T. Lewis, B. Brennan; D. W. Zuriiileinj 3. 0. Soice. N. Nelson. Phone 328-3541 PRIVATE SERVICE PHILADELPHIA (AP) The local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is offering a private cremation service for dogs and cats. For Lo it will pick up dead animals at owners' homes and return the ashes in B container. It is un- lawful to bury dead animals within the city, said Executive Director Robert G. Hudson, and "many families consider a trash truck to be an ignoble end for their pets." MAKE ONE MCVETOUWD THIS Will HIT LANCELOT-By Coker A Penn IfWIUUBE BLONDIE-By Chic Young wffss, eur i WON'T TELL! YOU WHO.T I HEAFW UNTIL! MDU TEU. US WfrWr VDU HS4RO j-ij I CANT TELL YOU WHAT J HEARO UNTIL V3U TELL MB WHAT YOU USAfvy FIRST BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker WELL, BEFOPE -fta GET USED TO IT, LET'S SBB WHO DON'T (SET UP TISMr, I'M JUST LI'L ABNER-By Al Capp WE'RE r7 GETTIMGA SHMIMFANTSON- WE WO, W ASHNWAmT -AND WTIL-VOU I WOULD BECAME A tSTAVEP 1 TOCOVER HANDLING AND ARCHIE-By Bab Montana WE COULD STICK IT UP, IENQUSH WITH TAPE.' J FROM MISS HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne WELL, I GOT ROUTE.' 7O HORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal PONT KNOW THE MEANINe OF THE WORD. BUGS BUNNY LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK OF THIS NEW SONS I'M LEARNING; ;