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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHMIDG! HERALD Friday, Oilob.r 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 Your birthday today: A year at .diligent readjustments be- gins. You must add more ac- tivities and somehow fit them into an already full schedule. Much depends on the inten- sity of personal relationships, how you fill your obligations. Senti mental experience In- cludes many memorable epi- sodes. Today's natives gener- ally show a very hospitable, friendly nature. Their friends and well-wishers are too nu- merous to count. ARIES (March 21 April Consider what you can do for LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Dieters Should Partake Of Avocados Sparingly Q As avocado growers, my husband and I object to an ar- ticle listing foods recommend- ed for heart care as written by a Dr. Lawrence E. Lamb, and under the foods to be "AVOIDED OK USED SPAR; INGLY" he placed the avocado. Dr. X has written an article recommending avocados for most everything as a low- calorie, high-protein, low-hvun- saturated-fats food. He recom- mends it definitely for heart patients, vascular diseases, and many others, just the opposite of Dr. Lamb's recommenda- tions. We would appreciate very much if you would pass this information on to Dr. Lamb with a request that he review the nutritional value of the avocado and possibly cor- rect his "Fat Controlled Diet Suggestions." A The indignant avocado grower is going to have to con- vince a lot more people than Just me. The recommendation to avoid avocados or use them sparingly is from the Ameri- can Heart Association's "Fat- Controlled, Low Cholesterol Meal Plan" and I can not claim any originality for the recom- mendation. Although I strongly endorse it for the reason given by the AHA: "Olives and av- ocados are very high in fat calories." It would help If our unhappy avocado grower knew some- thing factual about the food content of the avocado. Accord- ing to the U.S. Agriculture De- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechai Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 inle I J partment they are not low in calories. A serving contains IS! calories of which 150 calories are derived from the fat content. Far from being a high-protein food, they con- tain little or no protein. If you limit your fat intake and wish to get enough protein in your diet you cannot eat a lot of chiefly fat foods of any type. You will need your fat allow- ance from meat, fish, poultry and foods that provide the ne- cessary protein for a healthy diet. Regardless of what Dr. X says about the fat content of avocados, it is mostly of the unsaturated variety, not sat- urated. That is a point in fa- vor of the avocado but does not avoid the problem of its high fat content. I have received my share of letters from irate individuals in the dairy business and msat in- dustry and I don't mind adding avocado growers to the list. In- tidently I haven't gotten any friendly letters from poultry raisers or people in the fish marketing industry, although I usually recommend these foods. One wonders if these letters from individuals in the food marketing industry are stimu- lated by some personal inter- est in marketing their product. I don't mind ruffling the food industry's feathers if it results in better health for the public. The American Heart Associa- tion is not in the business of selling butter, pork, coconuts, avocados, whole milk or eggs. Their interest is strictly in pro- moting better health and pre- venting heart disease. Now I wonder if that has anything to do with the differences in point of view. Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! Cet mis, snapshoots who ton to share color prints! Leave your next roll or cartridge of txpbsed Kodacobr film with us for BONUS PHOTO processing. Get an extra wallet print with every regular print. Makes sharing easy! (Available foi re-sue Kodacolor film, 126, 620J VALUABLE COUPON OFF ON YOUR NEXT BONUS PHOTO Kodacolor Pholofinishing Order from square size negatives only. (only one coupon to any order please) 50c Take this coupon to any of these lethbridge Dealers TERRY ELAND'S A. E. Cross PHOTOGRAPHY __________710 3rd Avcnuo S.-Phonn 327-2673________ BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. ______1644 Mayor Magrath Drivo-Phono 328-3760 SKELTON'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY LTD. _______424 Mayor Moqrath Drive-Phono 328-3565 STUBBS PHARMACY LTD. _________1506 9lh AvcnUB S.-Phono 328-5512________ WESTMINISTER DRUG LTD. _______Wc-stminstor Shopping 328-7833 TERRY BLAND'S A. E. Cross PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. Taber, Alberta your world and promise to do whatever is possible. This is not primarily a matter of money, but of doing and being. TAURUS (April 20 May Put on your finest apparel, en- joy being alive and sociable. Share in the week-end customs of your community. The evening is for meeting new people. GEMINI (May 21 June Progress is so relatively easy today that you may neglect to make full use of it. Seek out and negotiate with important people. Pleasure is at hand, needing no special search. CANCER (June 2 July Mentally relate to those near you. Look with deliberately na- ive eyes to see and accept real- ity. Doing business or trying for future advantage spoils mat- ters. LEO (July 23 Ang. Gather friends, find some com- mon ground for improvement of your local situation. Although fi- nancial prospects are looking up, the main object is spiritual togetherness. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Spend most of the day in as much company as the situation reasonably affords. Trade opin- ions, get some activity started. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Social activities abound, but think about long cafe of your health. Extra work and responsibility comes to you in the later hours. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Share in the customs of your community. Gather and young people for congenial pas- times. The evening winds up with something unplanned. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. This Sunday is a good op- portunity for business entertain- ing, particularly if you are new in the neighborhood. Invite peo- ple from distant places for a fresh perspective. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Be somewhat less serious, somewhat more sociable. Get out early, make the rounds, find out what is going on all about you. AQUARIUS SIR.... SET AWAY HOW< WITH WERE "'WE TO A KNOW THAT.. HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns I POtfr KNOWAKlTHINS TOT CAN BETTER TEACH A BCV 1 REUABiury, eoao BUSINESS PRACTICES yWD Ptrry SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal LET'S START OUT BY-. SPimiNS BUS WITH OUR WIVES. BUGS BUNNY C'MON, CICERO, TIME FOR BEP! I'LL BEAD VA A STORY! "ONCE UPON ATIME IN THE LAND OF SPLOTCH, THERE LIVED A HANPSOME PRINCE! "ONE CW AS HE ROPE THROUGH THE FOREST ON HIS HANDSOME WHITE STEED... "...A MEAN OL'WITCH CAME TURNEP HIM INTO A ;