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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuriduy, September 23, 1971 Your horoscope By Jean? Dixon FRIDAY, SEPT. U Tour birthday today: Your natal day logins a prolonged nin of 1'eallhy normal growth, added progress and, inevitably, more responsibili- ty for your own and others' well being. There is consider- able work which you can't shirk. Today's natives often collect material objects, may encumber themselves with personal possessions to the point of being tied to one place. AIUES (March 21-April Inquire diligently to see if there isn't some better way cf doing your chosen specialty and a more favorable bargain in sup- plies. TAURUS (April 20-May Make peace wherever needed, whether you had any share in disharmony or not. Get your full quota of work done on time. GEMINI (May You canct prevent budget up- sets, since unusual expenses are essential or brought on by circumstances beyond your in> mediate control. Go ahead as if this is the way you'd have chosen. CANCER (June 2I-Jllly Competition pops in areas where you'd think there could be none. Arise to the occasion in dignity and splendor of spir- it. LEO (July 23-Aug. Pre- sent yourself positively as a leader able to deal with a ma- jor project. Your mature ac- tion in any job level can be impressive. VIRGO (Aug. 3-Scpt. Old times come to life again with a visitor or recovery of an LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Calcium needed by the elderly Dear Dr. Lamb Should with dairy products unless you middle aged and elderly peo-[ can't tolerate lactose sugar Anc pie drink milk every day? If The only is the a mg pie so, how much? Should or should they not have calcium? How about drinking ground egg shells for calcium? Is that safe or healthful? It seems to me that eating should lie a relaxed and pleasurable thing and not something to worry about. Dear Reader The most fre- quent deficiency in restricted diets is calcium. The incidence of bone degeneration with age is markedly increased in peo- ple on diets poor in calcium. Yes. I strongly support drink- ing low fat milk (preferably the one per cent fat variety but if not available use two per cent) or fortified skim milk and using other low fat dairy products that provide calcium. An excellent product is un- creamcd cottage cheese and for cooking purposes nonfat dry milk powder (1 1-3 cup of pow- der makes one quart of You should try to get as much calcium each day as found in one quart of milk, either by drinking milk or using milk products in your cooking or by using uncreamed cottage cheese (a pound is equivalent to one pink of milk of calcium A seven ounce can of pink salmon contains about as much calcium as found in a third of a quart of milk. Egg shells certainly contain calcium but I am unacquainted with "drinking" or eating them. I would like to stress again that there is nothing wrong object associated with long past. Have fun but keep work going well too. LIBIIA (Sept. 23-Ott. Progress is not always direct or upward; a step back seems probable. Learn, regroup for a renewed effort later. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nor. 21: Any content you offer prom- ises to bruise a tender ego somewhere near. B e specially gentle to those you love. Home We, daily living habits require practical consideration. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Hide your dismay or in- decision with a cloak of smiles. Proceed as if fully confident, choosing a direction away from controversy. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Step right up and claim your proper place, full atten- tion. A strong proriotional talk should work. Provide definite, positive advice. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Clear up odds and ends, terminate unprodudivc pro- jects. Make space for larger programs. PISCES (Feb. 19-Jlarcli Seek the conventional, thrifty approach. You have neither time, money nor resources to waste or risk on speculative ventures. (1971: By The Chicago Tribune) Fog Andy sends a complete 20- voiumne set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Suz- anne Pectier, age 11, of Pal- myra, New York, for her question: Docs Hie fog descend or rise from Hie ground? This morning at sunrise Andy beheld a filmy fog, hover "low above the ground. I linmauon ib uitt itn. Ju" .nd there are low-fat was lovey sigh But in content ai dairy products that circumvent that problem. From a stand- point of limiting saturated fat, some artificial products are far worse offenders, specifically ar- tificial cream or coffee whiten- ers, and some artificial milk and artificial whipped cream, made with coconut oil. Dear Dr. Lamb I have a problem to me, very serious. I am 70 and in apparent good health. Lately, I have gained 10 pounds, all in the breasts, which makes them very heavy and uncomfortable. 1 drink very little water but plenty of juices of all kinds, unsweeten- ed, and very little of alcoholic nature. Dear Reader If you have really gained 10 pounds in the breasts without weight gain elsewhere I can understand why you would be concerned Better go get an examination if that is the case. Enlarge- ment of Ibe breasts wilhoul other weight gain at your age could mean something more than just increased fat. In a mature woman breasts should not enlarge unless there is a generalized weight gain or pregnancy. Because of the fre- quency of important problems in the breasts, I strongly urge any woman with any unusual change she doesn't understand to go to her doctor as soon as possible. short wtate sunbeam GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAHLES H. GOREN 1171: By Thi Chlciflo TflDwiJ North-South vulnerable. South deals. NORTH OA8Z WEST EAST AJ94 A7631 V7764 V8J O .19745 OS 111 til SOUTH 4.AQ10 S7AKQJ1 O K Q JO 8 2 The bidding: SonUi West North East 1 V Pass 2 NT fas 3 0 Pass 3 V PMS A NT Pass 5 PHI 5 NT Pass E O Pan 7 V Pass Opening lead: Four ot