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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Oclobor 30, 1972 By JEANE D1XON meditation ami prayer. In bal- ancc (he restless energies TUI-'.SIHV, OCT. :'.l Your 1> i r t It il a y loiuiv: Seek spiritual growth Umwfb available to LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. 'roteiu varieties are important enjoy Another source of pro- ili column and have learned very much from it. We arc vesic-Uirians and have a two- ymr-oM sun. His and our diet ccn.-ists of goat's milk, nuts, sunflower seeds, two eggs week, cracked cereals cooked with honey added and put through ii blender, fresh vege- tables' and raw fruit juices and yogurt. We do not cat candy, cake or sweets. We also drink carrot juice or three times per week. would like to know if we receiving eiuiuah protein on this diet. Header You may not be getting enough variety of suf- ficient protein. teins fo" vegetarians beans. There are even soy- some lations become intense, pro- vocative, require prudent re- flection. A1UKS (March 21-April Gel after Ihe most important work items first. So much is goin" on you must select care- fully. TAURUS (April 20-May I I'rojcct a deep inner serenity; I accept others as they arc and I strive ot build co-operation teamwork. GK.MINI (May 21 June Newly a r r i v e d critics are valur.blc despite your dis- comfort 1 i s t e n carefully. Home living conditions bright- en in mood. CANCER (.June 21 July i I l.jlllll: -i soybean milk substitute prod- a lo friends, nets which are very good. rcllcstt family [ar Again you have to be very care- ul and read the labels, though, To maintain goal health and good growth for your son, it is necessary not only to get a sufficient amount o! 'protein but a sufficient va- riety of different p-oteins to provide all of the eight essen- tial amino acids that the body can't manufacture. The protein sources in your diet come from eggs, yogurt and goat's milk with a small amount of proteir from Ihe cereal, particularly if you are using wheat. You might seriously conside! locking for some of the protein powders that are available in the diet section of supennark els and in some health stores You can use this powdered ma terial as a food supplement t' make sum that you are gettin. all of the essential amino acids Reid the label carefully be- cause not all ot these proteir products include n sufficien amount of all of the essentia amino acids. So, buy one tha specifically says that it has the essential amino acids sufficient quantity for the sen ings they recommend for dail use. ccause some artificial milk roducts of this sort have co- omtt oil added and the only poff of this be the v.ord egelable oil. So, if you want to void an excessive intake of atirated fals. don't buy a prod- ct that says vegetable oil with- ut identifying what the oil is. Ul mature bean seeds make a ;ood vegetable source for pro- ein. Beans alone will not sat- sfy all of your csscn'ial amino acid needs, but will provide more protein than most other or cereals. It is of- cn a mainstay used by vege- arians in producing a variety dishes, including a substitute for meat loaf. Dear Dr. l.ainli I read rour article by the mother that .ndicated her sons were troub- led with acne and inquired what she might do. A ago you published an article recommending using ai- eohol. Since I have experienced the same problem, 1 have been using alcohol saturated in cot- ton when I return from out- doors and you'd be surprised what soot and dust shows up on the cotton. Then thoroughly wash off the alcohol with a trustworthy soap as you rec- ommend. Now I rarely have skin breakouts, thanks to your suggestion. Dear Header 1 am always pleased to hear about success. This method does help some people. The alcohol removes excess oils ami helps to remove skin bacteria. places. Experimental ventures evolve into creative prosperity. optimistic outlook prevails. Family matters are calm enough to make definite plans that will work in later condi- tions of stress. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Prod yourself to be y.i lane for everything. Settle old ac- counts. Personal affairs are. easier handled despite imposec needless delays. 1.11UIA 2J Del. Move quickly and quietly to get tilings and people together car- ly in the day. It's a fine lime for presenting promotions. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Kor once your friends have some accurate estimates, well- structured ideas, although they may be difficult to incorporate into your own established pro- gram. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 1 Hake clear declaration on confused issues. Gather consul- i anls for a session of planning, j CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Come out of your habit- ual ruts and hang-outs and find new surroundings, interesting people. Be open for experience, express yourself. AQUARIUS (Jan. Full, 'Hie usual end-of-the- month settlement has a special meaning this time. Be sure your obligations arc completed or definite terms established. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Opportunity is near at hand. Spread yourself lo become a more comfortable participant in family and business life. (1071 Hy Tlic Chicago Tribune) 'WE SWtKSSNSCt EVIDENCE OI6HT AltiWS TO SE TAKEN FOR THE STRONGEST EVIDENCE i" TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan UH, LIZARP, IT'S CUSTOMARY ATA GKANP OPENIN6TO FEATURE A "SPECIAL OFFER" TO ONE'S CUSTOMERS! GOREN ON BRIDGE EV CHARLES K. COHEN 1m By Tte Tritvnr ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ 0. South, vulnerable, vou hold: The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 O Pass 1 1 A C Pass What do you bid jy.__in view of the fact that. partner lias shown a strong hand liv his free rebld, Vre feel posert to him another chance. ive rio st> In a mild way by is- turning to his suit With a tall of tvi-o diamonds. If parlncc Is vinshlt to act again, over the Iwo diamond bid, the chanca for Came viU rot bright. q. 2-Neitber vulnerable, 8S South you hold: jfr52 OS aK.TST-t Tne bidding has proceeded: North East South West a 0 Pass i V Pass I A 2O What do you bid now? should be given tfia font ot the road. When an npponent. maVes Jo bold as to bid. partner's suit, you should eu'ford him an opportunity for a double. You have a po- tential ciisflt In your hand. With Jiartner bidding diamonds and bpades, i'. is likely that he can r. u.' p or t neither of you r su U y, Tass and await developments. q. 3-As South, vulnerable, you hold: AAQJt The bidding has proceeded; North East, South a .j o What do you bid? Interference macfo Scientific hiddiJij? impossible. The stcommeniicJ procedure is la Jinrge Into a ilajn; which at worst six: hewt.s you may employ BEacStvi-iXM! firs'. e cteck. (J. vulnerable, as South yoj hold: 12 01 2 The bidding has proceeded; South. West, North Kast 3'ass 1 f> 2 0 What fa yon bid now? ,V under normal tflrMf- Iinr.S thn would not justify a frea Md, vlun partner has made a cue> lihechcs taken in entering Ihe auction. The enemy li oh- ifously trying to shut you cui; md conlualou cauli lesutt from (allure to lake ai lime, Bid three spades, Q. vulnerable, as South you hold: A Q8 6 2 WKQ9 OHIO W S The bidding has proceeded; East, South What action do you take? Available choice. A (tee at tha level three not. lo be tred V1IK a fou contracting for gar would be an extreme case of optimism. In doubtful ease! II 1st best to for a reasonably sura r card suit, e at no tru The Zodiac signs Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Faith Woods, age 13, of Phoenix, Arizona, for her question: How itid the zodiac signs get started? The zodiac is a circle of 12 constellations that pace nround the skies in step with the chang- ing seasons. What we see of it depends on the earth's motions, in relation to the positions of the stars in outer space. Its use- fulness as a calendar was dis- covered in prehistory. Thou- sands of years ago, early as- tronomers divided the 360 dcgvees celestial circle into the twelve 30 degress sections, or signs of the zodiac. What we see in a clear sky a panorama of outer space. Our total view is the celestial sphere, which surrounds our en- tire globe like the inside of enormous hall. However, we see only half of it at a lime. This is the breathtaking celes- tial dome, like an inverted bowl resting on the horizon and tow- ering to the zenith directly over- head. Our particular view de- pends on where and also when we happen (o be on a particu- lar spot of the earth's surface. As the earth rotates, our view cf the celestial dome changes moment by moment. Since we rotate towards the east, the BLONDlE-By Chic Young ONCE YOUVl TRIEO THIS VACUUM YOURSELF, KMOW YOU'LL LOVE I I'LL TRY THE VACUUM 1F YOU 'LL. AM S TH E PROMT BEETLE BAIUY-By Mori Walker fis South you hold: G 3 OAT AAlO 8 4 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West Pass 3 A Pass 2 Pass What do you bid now? Pass. Your chances fnr flams ere not bright, K partner's handl vere worth iO or more points ha vould have a jump tesponsa to your double, Q. 7_As South, you hold: AAJ1Q The bidding has proccededr South West North. East 3 o Pass 1 A Pass 2 Pass -1 O What do you bid now? four spades- Obviously f( J'our Intentioa to bid no less than. kix: rffamonds. But an effort must he made to determine whether ihere Is a grand slam. In (he hand and partner will tic In. a position to determine lhat E. lllackwood is not altojjcihcr auit- able, Q. As South, vulnerably >rou hold: 63 OAQ1094 The bidding has proceeded South West North East 1 O Pass 1 A P.iss 2 Pass 4 Pass What do you hit! now.' A joki havp presiirnahTt the full viluc, o[ >rniC hand hy your rcvtTsc bid nf you should rcverlhclf ti hid Jjva clubs to -how the arc. (act 'hat you hive Mirtx controls should Indura It e to take member i par th only one a g and JacK o ce and at best (ha history By THE CANADIAN PltESS Oct. IS72 With the motto "Beller lo live a (lay as a lion than years as a sheep" Italian Fascist leader Benilo Mus- solini look power 50 years ago 1922. For 20 years afler his takeover the onetime peasant imposed his >vill on a nation of M million. In the closing days of the Second World War Mussolini was slain, April 23, by anti-Fascisl par- tisans and his corpse left to dangle in public. 1M1The Soviet Union exploded a nuclear device of at least 50 megatons. C. Marshall, American soldier-states- man, was a w a r d e d the Nobel Peace Prize. Welles' radio version of II. C. Wells' War of the Worlds caused wide- spread panic in Ihe Uniled Slales. first Canadian contingent left for Ihe Boer War. [7118.....The first Methodist el.apel in the New World was dedicated in K'ew York Cily. heavenly bodies rise in. the east ar.d set out of sight in the west. Every 24 hours, the complete celestial sphere swings over- head, including the complete zodiac circle. But during the I day, the stars up (here are masked by the dazzling sun, in- cluding half of the zodiac cir- As we orbit the sun, the stars rise about four minutes earlier each evening, which gradually tarings a changing series of con- stellations into view. Sprawling Scorpio and glowering Taurus are on opposite sides of the zodiac circle. In summer, when Scorpio dominates our night, Taurus rides over the sky with the dazzling daytime sun. Dur> ing the year, the zodiac calen- dar gradually swings its 12 con- stellations from day to night in slep wilh the changing seasons. ILs starry circle is level with the earth's orbit. But our axis is tilted degrees to the or- bital plane and we get a tilled view of Ihe zodiac. It spans the sky in a sloping arch and its 12 constellations occupy a path- way about 36 limes wide: lhan the full moon. The maior plan- ets also travel within tliis lugh- way and the centre marches the dazzling daytime sun. Zodiac means the circle of nimals, perhaps because the ncicnts named its 12 constella- ions for sacred anima! totems, laybe Libra, Virgo and Gcin- ni were renamed later. Sagil- ?.-ins and Aquarius are re- minders ct long-gone heroes. But we still have Leo, the celcs- ial Lion, and Cancer, the heav- enly Crab, Taurus the Bull and Aries Ihe Kam, Pisces the Fish- es, Capricorn the Goat anr Scorpio the Scorpion, LI'L ABNER-By Ay Copp T h e early segmented the circle into 36f equal degrees, no doubt be cause they needed manageabl circles to chart the heavens Later the zodiac was dividcc into 12 sections, or signs of degrees one for each of it constellations. Since then, th earth's axis has changed the di rcction of its pointing [Inge very slightly and the circl has inched slightly westwarc The original sign of Taurus is occupied by Aries and Tau rus occupies the old sign Gemini. Questions asked by children of Herald readers sEronld lie mailed lo Ask Andy. I'.O Ilnx 705. Hnnlinglon Heac California 92GI8. (Copyright Clironidc I'nliii'.hing Co irtil) GO 'HEAD AN' TALK TO HIM. HARM KIN r IT DO Y f SUDDENLY AH STILL-ONE J RESPECKS HIS WAV TO V WISH TO BE SAVE. AGIN .rM V i! Bob Montana JUGHEAD I HAS A FEW' FINISHING TOUCHES ON YOUR BEGROCWv WINDOW.' TWO DOLLARS? THAT JOB THREE DOLLARS FEB.US1N MV LADPER ARCH, WHY'D YOU TAKE THIS JOS FROM OLD MAN _ BEE7.LY? TO HIS WINDOW-lV COLLECT PANES ARE SO BIG.' HI AND LOIS-BI Dik Browne <-j------------ 'AFTER THIS, THE S'ANTS PLAV THE LIONS AND THEM WE HAVE THE RAMS AHD FORTY-NIMER5 SAME SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neol FOUND IN OI'IUM Codeine, a sub- stance used as n pain reliever, is an alkaloid found in opium. LIFE ON THE J-lAZY-S-By T. H. Edwards BUGS BUNNY I [WLORE YOU TO WAKE BETTER USE OF MY TALENTS! ;