Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 21

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Monday, September 11, 1972 Your horoscope TUESDAY, SEPT. 1? Your birthday Iwlay: Games, transactions have to Ictt out of relationsliips It thov nrc to life' honestly, as you really arc. Today's natives aro much interested in health, diets, natural lam and their subtle workings. ARIES (March Zl-April Tr.e balance lips, questions find ready provisional or ten- tative answers and you can get your week's campaign under way. TAURUS (April ZO-May 201: Reconcile without recrimina- tlou, go on for long-term goals. Expect emotional involvement to distract yol1 from studies. Today in history EDS: Following Today in History items are primarily Intended for use on dates events occurred but may be used anytime. TODAY IN HISTORY B> THE CANADIAN PRESS "Field-Marshal Jan Cliris- tiaan Smuts, soldier and statesman, died 22 years ago years after he was defeated in South Africa's parliamen- tary elections and lost the premiership. During the Boer War Smuts fought against the British but after the Boers' defeat joined with the British in building the Union of South Africa. 195S-W. A. Bishop, VC, Canadian air ace, died. C z e c h o Slovak "Freedom Train" crossed the border into Germany with the engineer held at pistol point. e r m a n aircraft tank the Italian warship Conte di Savoia at Venice. alley's Comet was first observed in Heidef berg. writer William Sydney Porter, bet- ter known as 0. Henry, was bom in North Carolina. GEMINI (May 21-June dvico Is favored, parlcular- second opinions. Job-seek- bids for promotion, and e like are open to tlevclop- ent. CANCER (June 21-July you can take the day zsily, do so. II you must work t the liigh spots and go on quickly as you can. LEO (July 23-Atig. m: A athering of the clan is in rder, with endless discussions progress. Excitement, cheer- il news keep everybody stir- ng. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Milk Stomach Problems roject your most determined ish as if it were only a mat- er of a short time before all ood things will come true. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. ..ctivity is up, likewise expen- ds, but well worth the increase n results. Secret competition s brought to light and reduced. SCORPIO (Oc. 23-Nov Get an early start, progress the going is good, as peo- le seem determined to gel ast recent hindrances and talemates. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-DeC. Now is the time to come ,6 terms with long-range obliga- ,ions; refinance If need be, re- deem them altogether where can. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Question everybody you can concerning the workings of the special enterprises you're studying. A new technology !s likely. AQUARIUS (Jan. ZO-Feb. Efficient management is to- day's goal. Adjustments need- ed may be slight, should be tried at minimum levels. Being precise is satisfying. PISCES (Feb. 13-March Intellectual interests offer broad new worlds to explore, little for immediate practical application. Get your work done. Dear Dr. J-amb I read an article by you on tips to com- bat stomach acid. It seemed to fit my condition perfectly. I've had X rays taken and received a report of only a "pre-ulcer condition." Many of my friends wilh. ulcers drink a little milk or cream and seem to get relief. In my case it seems lo make the pain in my stomach worse. I've tried to follow an ulcer diet, but I don't get any re- lief. Do you have any sugges- tions for me? Dear Header I'm always suspicious when a patient tells me that he has been on a bland diet or the type of diet that Is normally given for ulcer pat- ients and his condition is actual- ly made worse. Not infrequent- ly, these are the people who have trouble wilh milk toler- ance. They cannot digest the milk sugar. When this happens, the milk sugar stays in the dig- estive tract and' acts some- what like a chemical laxative, causing gas. distention, some- times diarrhea and irritates the digestive tract in general. The best way to find out if this is the case is merely to stop using all dairy products long enough lo find out if Ihis is true. If so, the cure then is not Ihe usual ulcer treatment but staying away from all milk products and any tiling contain- ing milk. Such individuals will stil Fish poisoned VIENNA, Austria (Reuter) A mystery poison has killed more than 40 tons of fish along a '62-mile stretch of the Danube River and city authorities have closed a local water works tearing pollution water. of drinking AND I KB. LIKE I VE JUST B06EVEDTHS I LAST FIVE HOLES i MY DAD SfWSTrWrUFE 15 LIKE A need the calcium that's found In milk. I recommend that these wople try to find a soybean las been fortified wilh the same amount of calcium thal's nor- mally present in milk. If you can't find it in your grocery store, it can usually be found n health food stores. The other problem which can confused, with ordinary ulcer pain is the low blood sugar problem. Individuals whose blood sugar ccops sharply often have ulcer symptoms. The rea- son is that the same mechan- ism that causes excess insulin to be poured out from the pan- creas that causes the low blood sugar also stimulates the sto- mach to pour out acid pepsin juice. Milk, wilh it milk sugar, and some other products that peo- ple might eat on an ulcer diet actually aggravate Ihe low blood sugar problem. There indivi- duals are often best treated by avoiding sweets, milk, sweet drinks of any sort, inducing particularly hot, sweetened cof- fee, and directing their dietary program toward vegetables, cereals, meats and beans. They should avoid foods with lots of sugar such as fruits, sweets, baked priducts, including pies, cakes and any sweet rolls. Ii both instances the best way I know to find out if this is the problem is to tes't yourself along the lines just suggested. TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN o Itri-Br TM Cfctessa TriMsa BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q. Neither vulnerable and as you hold: What is your opening bid? resulu are usually ob- tained on hands of this type by taking preempUve action. Our vote would ba for a four-club opening. While. bypasses possible three no trump tract, It Is advisable to maka it as difficult as possible for the- Doncnts to enter auction. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4AKQJ 3 OAJtJ The bidding has proceeded: South West North East 2 6 fait 2NT Pass 3 0 Pan 3 A Pali 7 What do you bid now? no Irurap. ThEa II preferable to bidding four spades ince nine tricks may easily prove to be Ihe limit of the hsnd. Be. Ides, partner can still carry on to four spades If his hsnd II best suited for that contract. Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: 4J73 VAKIOZ OKQ The bidding has proceeded: East Soulh West North Pass I 4> Pin 1 a> fats What do you bid now? have a leaning toward two hearts, a reverse, allowing 1} points. The more normal call of two no trump nay not work cut so well because of the doubleton king-queen of diamonds. Partner might raise lo three no trump on some hand wilh three little dla. monds and a five card apade suit that would produce a game only In the major. Over two hearts, partner's rebld may serve to clar- ify the situation. Q. vulnerable, u South you hold: 4AKJ542 V542 OK3 1 The bidding has proceeded: West North East SouUj Pass I Pass t What do you bid now? hearU, Your cnly can- cern Is the club suit, and a leap over game in hearts will convey this rnesssee to partner. If he baa cither first or second round con- trol in he will reallie thst Is what you need for a alam. Q. 5 East-West vulner- able, as South you hold: 4KT4 C9 OKJ9753 The bidding has proceeded: North East South West 1 X Pass I 0 Pass INT Put T What do you bid'now? diamonds. Some fur- ther attempt Is called, for on your part to look for a suit con- tract. If partner returns lo no trump you can quit but, If ha Mds something you should next show the club support. THIVStKOST COMt TO AN tNt> T6PAV 16 THE TIRST MY Or SCHOOL C jifsi'ffiose L ONT TALK TO US' PROP EVERYTHINS ANP REACH FOR fHESKV, SNAKE-EYE.' m ANTI- P6RSPERANT AIN'T KEBPIN' ME PRY BlONDlE-By Chic Young EAT HIT THE S ROAO.'. __ BEETLE BAILEY-By Walker CHOCOLATE ON Y'OUR WET? ORPSRS ARE cppEKft tzaz, FROM NOW ON, eAT SOME OK A CHOCOLATE SUNDAE OK eoMBTHfNS- 60 I WON'T SAKSE.' I REFUSE TO BE CrlSWEO OUT pieur AFTER A FAT-WATCHER'S C48BA6S PJNM6R Ul ABNER-By Al Capp ITS AGREED THEN. WE f MOST REACTIVATE S "THE SERPENT-' Bob Montana lOU'U. ROIN'T VtXJR LAWN 7 THAT'S I MADE HIM AGREE TO FURNISH THE HI AND LOIS-By Dik 00 MV EYEJ DECEIVE ME OR B THAT RtTAUY CHIP I SEE WALKINS TRWIE IN HER (fr SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'N.ol 1 WATEMEO CHfSS CHAMPIONSHIP CM TV LAST NIGHT. 1 KWT KNOW. 1 Fat. ASLEEP DUfiNS THE INSTANT FIRST-MOVE WASWHN iESNfe4_rT HOUR AMD A HALF. BUGS BUNNY I GOT A WHOLE NEW LINE Of BRUSHES T' SHOW VAt WHEN 1 BOUSHT THAT WATCHDOG THEMANSAlPHe WOULDN'T LET ;