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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 7, Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr Lamb What does, one do with a hvperten- patient who cannot tolerate the drugs9 This is my fourth doctor in beven >ears and the tirst three just lost interest because I could not take what thev prescribed I m allergic to all medications it seems The last time my pressure was taken it was 220 110 which is high but it was And so it goes first up and then down but never normal I m reallv anxious to know what would do with me I in 69 but do not 'move old or feel that old and never have looked age Dear Reader Fluctuating blood pressure is not so harm ful as persistently elevated blood pressure It also means that arteries are still tlexible even at 69 No doubt the higher readings vou have are related to stress Some people have a rise in blood pressure which they can t control just from having the pressure taken Your reading of 150 90 for a woman of 69 is realh rather good What would I do with vou9 First if vou were overweight I d surelv insist that you get nd of anv excess fat you might have under the skin Even a small amount of fat under the skin can contribute to elevated blood pressure Good living habits that can control blood pressure are far better than medicines when such a program works In fact for vears I have suggested that the tirst step in treating most cases of high blood pressure was to adjust the liv- ing habits and then if necessan medicines i_uuiu uc used later Second I would want >ou to limit vour salt intake I might even be fairly strict about this if vou were unable to tolerate medicines used to eliminate excess salt through the kidnevs Just avoiding salt in cooking and all foods prepared with lots of salt would do a lot to help decrease the salt in- take sufficiently for most people Then since vou have labile blood pressure I would want to be sure vou were not taking anv stimulants That means vou would be asked to stop coftee entirely why take tranquilizers it vou drink go pills' And vou should stop all drinks that contain caffeine including tea colas and cocoa if you use them Of course smoking would be prohibited If your blood pressure was fairly well controlled on such a program within limits that are pretty good for your age, I would be inclined to be happy and reassure you that with pressures at those levels you were doing fine I would hope that such a program might keep vour pressures nearer the 150 90 level Also I would like to encourage you to do a reasonable amount of daily walking If your pressures remained high I might consider using a tranquilizer to help knock off the peak values and after that would think about using stronger medicines but only if vour pressure was per- sistently high enough to make me think you really needed medicine Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this new- spaper, P O Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N Y 10019. For a copy of Dr Lamb's booklet on cholesterol, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for "Cholesterol" booklet (Newspaper Enterprise Assn Flashback 1790 Alexander McGilhvray chief of the Muskogian Indians signed a peace treaty with Washington 1914 France invaded Alsace and Lorraine 1919 The first airplane Might across the Canadian Rockies was made by Captain E C Roy from Lulu Island B C to Calgary 1927 The International Peace Bridge at Buffalo N Y was dedicated by the Prince of Wales and Vice President Charles Dawes 1956 Dynamite trucks ex- ploded at Call Colombia kill- ing 1 100 Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H GOREN c The Chicago Tribune East-West vulnerable South deals NORTH Q J 3 A 5 75 3 2 WEST EAST SOUTH 4 2 The bidding South West North East 4V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead King of Have you ever dreamed of olaymg on some of these championship teams that you are always reading about9 Here's your chance to test your playing technique against two experts We will .jive you a slight edge by allowing you to look at all four hands as you attempt to bring home a close game At this vulnerability, South's opening bid of four hearts meets with our appro- val It is in keeping with the Rule of Two and Three, which requires that a player be within three tncks of his :ontract when preempting_if ie is not vulnerable Obviously, if the spade fi esse is going to succeed, you lave no problem Therefore, rou must plan your play on the basis that the finesse will ail, in which case you are in danger of losing a spade, two diamonds and a club Your first move should be to duck the king of diamonds to keep control of the suit If West shifts to, say, a trump at tnck two to try to cut off dummy's diamond ruff, you can set up a second spade tnck while the ace of diamonds prevents the defenders from cashing a second tnck in that suit However, West continues with a diamond Your goal is to avoid a second diamond only question js how to accomplish this If you draw trumps and take the spade finesse, the de- fenders will be able to cash the setting tncks in the minors before you can take a discard on spades If you lead a club, the defenders can bnng about the same position by winning the club and returning a trump, eliminating the possi- bility of a diamond ruff The winning play is not easy to spot You have to preserve communications between your hand and dummy, and the only way to do this is to lead the queen of spades at tnck three' East cannot afford to duck, for then the defenders' spade tnck will vanish But after he wins the king he cannot make a damaging return You still have a trump in dummy to take care of the third round of diamonds, and if the defenders shift to a trump you can extract all their trumps and then take a discard on a high spade No matter what they do, they can take no more than three tncks. If you found the winning play. I'd be proud to have you for a teammate Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon THOSE KIDS OVER AT THE 'PUWSROUNP THINK ITHEYRESOTOU6H THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 Your birthday today Prepares you for abrupt gains in both material and spiritual domains Your natural leadership now becomes important in your group and community During this year you begin afresh in all relationships, most of which involve closer sharing Today's natives are philosophic, perpetual students, willing to pass along what they learn ARIES (March 21-April Be first to put in a good word for a worthy cause or productive project Go easy on the feelings of those close to you don't waste time on arguments TAURUS (April 20-May Your best effort is the least that will do in the cross- currents of the day People who usually don't deal with you pop in to comment positively on your work GEMINI (May 21-June Cheerful optimism isn't enough You must exert yourself too Travel brings extra benefits, valuable information a lively contact, perhaps Avoid conflict over money CANCER (June 21-July Think through your presentation you revise it, rather than others Plans and schedules are subject to delays interruptions Have alternate courses ready LEO (July 23-Aug. Make deals early, get done, then lay off Impulsive changes complicate, rather than simplify Let well enough alone HI AND LOIS VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Wait to get the whole story SHORT MBS before you act Both friends and rivals are presently beyond your reach You can't match them so be unique LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Don't think anything said is evil or directed at you People who appear indifferent are simply waiting for the right moment to say something positive SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Make the most of a good beginning Spend the da> dehgently tapering off over- extension, excess Re- adjustment corrections are well worth the effort SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec 21) Stay away from the mediocre or the technically faulty Those who know you well need no explanation those who don't aren't likely to listen CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan Early disclosure of everyone's immediate needs helps get them satisfied The day is active and brings you an increased burden to somehow distribute AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Morning conferences are inspiring when ended at the earliest feasible '-me Give everyone something with which to recall the day's small successes PISCES (Feb. 19-March Financial considerations are a factor in most of what you do now Be discreet and thrifty you'll need both face saving and a little extra money soon WELL I'M NOT OUT TO START AW TROUBLE BUT I'M ALSO NOT AFRAID OF THEM' TAKING THE APVlCE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT SPEAK SOFTLf, ANP CARRY A 0EA6LE! u, CHEEKS TO KING GEORGE ON MIS BIRTH DAY NO RUDDY COLONIST is GOINO TO SPOIL THE KING'S BIRTHDAY PARTY WWEN HE'S ASLEEP, ME LETS GO OF THE BEER CAN B-7 BUGSBUKNY THAT'S GOOD, PETUNIA HOLD IT RIGHT THERE Ask Andy I WANT YOU TO MAKE ME LOOK 1 BEAUTIFUL., U GLAMOROUS AND EXUDINSAN AURA OF MYSTERIOUS CHARM BLONDIE VOLCANOS Andv sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Bobby Yang age 10, of Schenectady New York for his question How does a volcano form1' The patient earth may take a hundred million years to build up a mighty mountain But the recipe for building a volcano can go much faster It is true that some of our active volcanoes have been erupting and growing through thousands of vears But a sizeable volcano can form in five years or so Not so long ago this actually happened and scientists had a chance to watch it step by fiery step This particular volcano was born early in 1943 in a corn field about 200 miles west of Mexico City There had been a lot of earthquakes in the neighborhood but on February 19 there were 300 of them The next day Diomsio Pulido was tending to his corn- field when lo and behold, he saw a plume of steamy smoke coming up from a small hole in the ground Some say that Diomsio tried stuffing rocks down the hole Mavbe he did but certainly it could not stop what was on the way That night the ground was shaken by explosions and rocks were hurled through the air Obviously something fierce and fiery was trying to burst forth from deep down in the ground In the morning the scared villagers saw that the eruptions had piled up a heap of rubble 100 feet high And things got worse in a hurry Day and night, the young volcano coughed up choking clouds of steamy fumes rained ashes far and wide hurled great rocks through the air and erupted rivers of red hot lava At night the sky was lit with fiery flames from the crater at the top of the tapering cone The news soon spread and volcano scientists arrived in a few days to record the astonishing details Soon Dionisio's farm was buried, then the whole village of Pancutin Still the seething materials kept on erupting from the bowels of the earth After a year of its seething fury it was feet high Its red-hot lava had wiped out miles of farmlands and villages After the first year the volcano named Pancutin slowed down and ten years later it was nothing more than a steep sided cone of volcanic debris Most volcanos erupt and rest erupt and rest tak- ing centuries to form But all of them form more or less in the same way The cause seems to be far down in the earth perhaps 30 miles below the surface We do not know everything there is to know but most experts suspect that the roots of a volcano reach a buried pocket of molten rock and steamy gases under enormous pressure When there is a crack or weak section in the crust, the seething mixture erupts somewhat like a giant sized bottle of pop Questions asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box. 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) {YOU KNOW WHAT DAY THIS IS? ITS THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST TIME I EVER SAW YOU m x? 'f YOU WERE DAMONS THE CARIOCA i WONDER IP THEY J11 HAVE THAT EVENT t LISTED IN THE VORL.D f AL.MANJAC rr ARCHIE LOOK WHAT I THAT'S I FOUND JUST A FOR FLOWER- POT.' WHAT I THEY MAKE- DO YOU I MARVELOUS WANT PLANTERS BUTTER ...FOR CHURN FOR? CHURN OF THE CENTURY, IT'S AN OLD BUTTER CHURN, ABOUT YOU CAN MAKE J BUTTER IN 7 HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Fun with figures By J A H HUNTER When Ann was twice as old as Judy was when Ann was twice as old as Judy was when Ann was as old as Judy is, Judy was a third as old as Ann was when Judy was half as old as Ann is We have taken ages in com- plete years so how old are these girls9 (Answer tomorrow) Yesterday's answer: EELS was 7793. REPRESENTED FIRST The first representative as- sembly in the United States, the House of Burgesses, was founded in Virginia in 1619 APE TEACH1 INlG- s I MOW COOK'. TO BolL A BEETLE BAILEY All ASAINST THE PROPOSAL, Y0UR HAND LI1ABNER TUMBLEWEEDS AND A you SIGN THE CHECK WITH THIS FINE QUILL J PEN J VS OH BLESS THE FOLKS WHO WROTE THE TAX LAWSff BY GMNG IO MILLION TO A. RAVEN NUTLEY IS ATITAGAIN'.' SURGEONS HAVE GIVEN UP HOPE OF EXTRACTING A LARGE QUILL PEN FROM THE SKULL OF HUMBLEBV PYE, COMMISSIONER OF CHARITIES WHO WAS SAVAGELY ATTACKED LAST NIGHT... "NOWTHATIVPRAIP FOR IT, MAY I HAVE COISP RMWCOR9 gOMCVWAT ;