Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THt LETHMIDGC HtUtD Otlobtr 21, THUI1SDAY. OCT. tt Your birthday today: Founding a new home or way of life ought to be your prime objective this coming year. Resources can serve several functions at once. Help is available for a well-planned enterprise. Much depends on your morale. Social activity is bound to become more im- portant and diverse, with emotional appeal. Today's natives have strong but inar- ticulate spiritual convictions. ARIES (March it-April You sepnd a little more than planned. Today is generally fortunate. Make full use of every opportunity; try new tools. Take home a surprise to- night. TAURUS (April M-May Channel enthusiasm into home and job improvements; strive for practical results rather than technical perfection. There will be good news to cel- ebrate. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Diet Experts Agree On Limiting Cholesterol Sooner or later a discussion of diet gets around to choles- terol. Because fatty deposits that cause artery disease, heart attacks, strokes and senility contain large amounts of chol- esterol, cholesterol is often branded a villain. Cholesterol is not a fat; it is an alcohol. It is such a large molecule that it is a waxlike substance. It is essential to the body. Ths brain needs it. The endocrine glands use it to build essential hormones and it is normally manufactured by. the liver from a variety of food substances, even if there is no significant amount of cholester- ol in the diet. We are faced with the question of "optional values." If you have too much cholesterol in the body you have a much greater risk of developing significant artery di- tease and its complications. The medical profession has changed its mind several times about the advisability of limit- ing cholesterol in the diet. At first, it was believed that avoid- ing cholesterol foods Was the important key to preventing artery disease. Then, when it became obvious that the body could manufacture cholesterol from almost any food source, the idea was temporarily dis- carded. A review of.research studies and information has caused still another turnabout. Once more we think avoiding excess cholesterol in the diet is impor- tant. The American Heart As- sociation has recommended a low cholesterol intake. To limit it, avoid organ meats, such as liver, brain or sweetbreads. You should limit all dairy products that contain butter fat and especially egg yolks. You should eat no more than three egg yolks a week, including those used in all forms of cooking. Don't forget that many bakery products con- tain egg yolks, as well as large amounts of saturated fate. Some heart specialists think you should avoid all egg yolks. The white of the egg is essentially fat-free and cholesterol-free. Shellfish contain moderate amount of cholesterol and should be eaten sparingly only about once a week. This includes oysters, shrimp and lobster. Recently I received a letter from the president of a dairy company protesting my state- ment that dairy products should be limited. Of course, you can use nonfat and lowfat products. But butter fat and egg yolks are defintely on the rationed or avoid completely list. The gen- tleman maintains that "if you exercise strenuously, regular- ly, cholesterol count will re- main normal. I have been exer- cising for four he as- serts, "and my c h o 1 e s terol count is 250. I have been eating my share of bacon and eggs and drinking millc (with cream left True, exercise helps but it takes more than most people can do in our society. Incident- ally, individuals with a choles terol count of 250 have three times the likelihood of having a heart attack as people with more optimal levels. Dear Doctor Is aspirin bad for you? Dear Reader Aspirin is probably the safest medicine available. Even so, it can be dangerous in some people. Some asthmatics _are particu- larly prone to having an aller- gic reaction to aspirin. Some small children who accidentally take a large amount of as- pirin will have a serious dis- turbance in their body chem- istry, which can even cause death. So keep the aspirin bot- tle out of the reach of small hands. DIVORCES INVALID LONDON (AP) German di. voroes encouraged by Hitler's Gestapo are invalid in England, a British judge ruled here. The court decided that Berlin-born Gertrud Meyer 69, who di- vorced her Jewish husband under pressure at the beginning of the Second World' War, was still Isaac Meyer's wife when he died here five years ago. GOREN ON BRIDGE CHARLES H. GOREN [O 1OT: Tkf Ctkm TlttiMl East-West vulnerable. Bart deals, f NORTH O.QJUSH 42 WEST EAST AJ7S PS 4AIOI7I SOOTH AA1083 ft.TS roe bidding: Swft Wen North Pass 1 Paw 2 0 Paw 2 C? Patx 2 Fan fiat Fan Opening lead: King of North did not have .quite enough for a jump raise over South'! ono heart opening, Inasmuch DI he held only t high card points and he Wai too strong for a single raise, be made a- forcing t ake-out to two diamonds. He raised partner on the next round and South carried on to game' in hearts. West opened the Hag of. dubs and Bast idgnafed tneonraangly with the ten. West continued the suit and North ruffed with the deuce of hearts. The king and ace of hearts were cashed and West (bowed oat, mealing thit East bid t tramp trick. South switched to the Mag of driving out the ace and establishing enough, discards to take care of his In all, he lost one heart, one diamond and one club. The declarer could hire been defeated 'If East over- take: the king of clnbi at trick one with the ace, in order to shift to a until ipade. South will presumably play the eight of spades and West coven with the nine to dislodge the king. When West gets in with the ace of another spade lead drives out declarer's see. South cashes two high hearts and begins running the dia- monds, however East ruffs io. on tha third round with the queen of hearts In time to cash a made for the letting trick. Observe that West cannot shift to a himself, for altho East can put up tha jack of fpidei to force out the ace, West cannot safely continue iae cult when he gets in with the ace of Ths ipade play most vith East CANADA SHOULD ABOUSH SCHOOLS Sines children rt- ceive most of their education outside of schools, why not abolish the educational system? And give the money spent or? it BUCK to the people. That's part of tho educational revo- lution advocated by a leading social reformer in Weekend Magazine. BB sum to read the rest. In Your lelhbridgi Harold Weekend Mfigcuino iROSCOPE >IE GEMINI (May 21-June (Oct. JJ-Nov, Romantic inspiration new approach is required D unusual drama. Leave not one based on map y for more Take technical ad- t live ventures thrive, can seek financial support, H shared readily. Meditate it out in Bring H loved oses a surprise treat. CANCER (June Si-July (Nov. 22-Dee. Almost anything new Your tendency is to look e more expense than simple physical solutions to o be sure of the necessity kinds of complex issues; r fore buying. Sometimes of them are not prob- can sell something old at and not amenable to such good approach. LEO (July SJ-Aug. (Dec. 22-Jaa. mality conies spontaneously. Use it without fretting over deviation from custom. A instead of trying to real-ue cash profits. Friends ipend ment's proud resources yours draws, general surplus, so hold on' for Your progress calls for a more definite opportunity. (Jan. 20-Feb. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. This subtly complex day There's much you can do bring you different moods strict privacy, but almost opinions but like aa not thing while your usual wind up with the ciates are about Get as yesterday. Work wMe opinions even if you aren't think it out. pared to act just (Feb. ll-March j LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. on a modest scale Friendly advice brings to pay off, but may not s needed advantages, mass-production basis. Once d lions. An old local fable a while a special item is tains a workable idea for but not every day for r ern application. Your occasion. hopes near Ncwsday, Inc. d i By ILLEN WALPOLi n Andy sends a complete grubby or clouded with volume set of the World This is the time to t Encyclopedia to Kathy The trickiest part ts pert, age 9, of Goldie while you clean Connecticut, for her house and add fresh water. grab a goldfish in your e How do I care for my The dainty creature be lifted in a soft net. r I Andy is sure that every young person should have him tenderly in a bowl of water while you clean up his pet. There 'are many kinds but the one you choose should be just right. Naturally you would not take a pony to live in a small city apartment. He would be crowded and so would your family. Chances are, you would not choose a bear either because he would be a nuisance to every-5 body. The pet you choose should fit into your home and bring happiness to all pet may like to share his aquarium with another goldfish. But beware of overcrowding. If -he is two inches long, he needs an aquarium big enough to hold at least two gallons of water. If his aquarium holds four gallons, 'then there is room for another two-inches goldfish. Bigger fish may think that a teeny-tiny fish is something good to eat so him a friend of his own e A goldfish is a perfect because there is room for asked by children in any home. He does not Herald readers should be around making a nuisance to Ask Andy, P.O. himself, by doing such 765, HunUngton Beach, as chewing holes in the 92648. ture. He is a little beauty Chronical his glassy aquarium Co. 1970) s up a room. Eeverybudy loves to watch him swimming around i in his watery world. Naturally i you want to reward him the very best care. As a mat-i ter of fact, a goldfish does not ask for much of your tune Answer i care. But the few things he does need are very Doctor to .his The most important item is his home, called an aquarium. The best kind is an oblong box with straight walls of glass. The floor may be carpeted with clean gravel or stones. You may add a few shiny ornaments or shells but be sure to scrub them clean and thoroughly rinse them. Make sure the water is very clean and neither too warm nor Tex. (AP) -Heart transplants will never be the true solution to cardiac disease, a surgeon who' has performed 12 transplants said here Monday night. Dr. Michael DeBakey told members of the National Academy of Sciences here that heart transplantation has "too low a survival rate to be generally ac- cool. Its temperature should stay around 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Goldie also deserves a few water weeds, the floating kind you get at a pet store. While at the pet store you should also get a small "We were lucky to have two of 12 he said of his patients. The problem of tissue rejection was the central cause of the deaths, he said. "The only true solution of age of goldfish food. But do not feed this diet to him all diseasn will come from knowledge of how to prevent time. Sometimes he enjoys he added. few breadcrumbs and once in a while a worm makes a real treat. Be very, very strict about feeding him. He needs only one meal each day Suit Dismissed he soon learns when to it. So choose a daily time MONICA, Calif. (Ren- you are likely to be home and don't keep him. waiting. A paternity suit against movie actor Gary Grant, 56, his small meal on the water and watch turn take dismissed in Superior Court here because Ihe molher re- crumbs as they sink three limes to take blood Wait five minutes for him. finish eating. Then use a Court Judge Laur- wire sieve to remove the J. Rittenband awarded the a victory by default be- Place his aquarium near a cheerful window, but not where lie gets blazing sunshine all day. Sudden hot and Cynthia Bouron a 33-year-old divorcee who brought the charges, did not appear under court order for the neces- spells are too much for him. Notice when his water tests in June, August, or October. mada himself available French tests but never took them because blood samples from the Discount and seven-months-old baby .girl are necessary to de- T paternity. Is PARIS (Router) Suit Filed French bank discount rate (AP) An mil- lowered today to seven per anti-trust suit has been filed from Vk per Tyson Foods tec. of The rate was cut to Vk Ark., and nine indi- rent from eight per cent at charging Ihey con- end of to comer the egg futures The bnnk rale change was on the Chicago Mercan- companiecl by various oilier Exchange during Seplem- teralions in interest LANCIlOT-ly Coker I Ptnn THE TOKP BOWL. WE'VE WEEK! BLONDIf-By Chk Young onW oooowess. MOPG snu. rawaiNa WHEN I GET BACK TO BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker 111 ABNER-By Al Capp -AHAPPOIWTBNO'MAM ACMSEROM ART AN'