Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE lETHBRIOGt HERAID Ffiitay, Auguit 11, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEAN6 DIXON SATUIiOAV, AIX1UST 12 Your birthday today: Ynur life comes to a high tide o[ vigor this yeai-. Past imbal- ances level out, come to aun- rmuativc settlement. Kmotion- al expression takes on great intensity, stirring much inci- dental drama in your re- lationships, Today's natives each select special areas in which to be austere And other special arcns for over- indul- gence. ABIES (March Zl-Ajiril Close associates or family By Laurence La1 Deal' Dr. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Breath shortness is heart symptom iimh. }I.O, i I'onsult.itiou. AH reputable doc- wclceme consultations another physician and would !t5r5 appreciate your view on my j fl'om situation. E had a stoke in and four serious heart ailaefcs in ISGG Nov.1 t am having trouble with mv breathing. I must use 1S al] r'6ht._ you three pillows cr my shortness of breath will keep mo awake more than half oi the My doctor claims the breathing is caused by nervousness and emotional tension but be doesn't prescribe anything for relict. I am Gti years old. What should I (io? Dear Kciulcr Of course I can't say without having infor- mation exactly what is causing shortness of breath, but really help the doctor who is faced a complex problem. will he happier and even be belter pnliont. In general, if a doctor refuses to arrange for a consultation when a patient asks for one something is wrong. The American Medical encourages consultations with other doctors. nietnbci's demand more atten- tion that you find convenient. Possibly you have an overly crowded schedule to mecl. TAIWL'S (April 20-Mny Extra care with all things mechanical is advised. People may he contrary as there are too" many quirks for orderly routine. GEM1M (May 21-Junc 2QV, Prepare for changes, moments of tension which pass as you express your concern. Compro- mise anything short of princi- ples, (June 21-.luly (Taking care of mailers at hand may be enough for this week- end. Make notes of news hut delay response until you have mere to say. LEO (.Inly Aug. your impatience and in dilution to pose abvupt de- mands. Haslc achieves nothing, may spoil much of what you already have set. VIKUO Mug. 23-Sppt. Tall-ing over your business v.itl friends leads lo com plications. Relatives loud lo differing views over money and ils uses. UHRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Your judgment is biased on bc- lialf of your friends. A second thought should come before any definite commitment is made. SCOBHO 13-Nov. Opposition may come from peo- ple you don't know very well, for reasons having nothing to do with you personally. SAGSTTAH1US (Nov. 22-Dcc. Minding your own affairs is a fine art again. Fending off questions about money with friends and acquaintances is difficult but necessary. CAl'RICOKN (Dec. 22-Jan. Look for peace and inner harmony while you reconsider _ schedules and cope with inter- j ruptions. Everything can he saved with patience. AQUARIUS (Jan. You get back some of what you have been giving out, and if it's not pleasant, it's your job to do Ihings lo change matters. ia-Mnrcli FA'eryoody has bright ideas about spending money, includ- ing yours. Think about (he fut- ure and what you have prom- ised lo do. (1272: By The Chicago Tribune) WllENsNOOfYGOTHlTONTHe HEAD W THAT (OP TOOK HIM TO THE VET SAID, "PUT "iiXllt DOS ON THE TABLE" 8ENT DOUH TO PICK UP -THE VET 5TCPPEP ON AW FINGER TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan IK-ar Or, Lamh Could you tell me if a great number of X rays have a bad effect, on your blood cells or other organs one of the signs that the heart' in your body? J_ly brother has is not functioning as strongly as it should is shortness of breath. This is caused by the accumu- lation of fluid in the lungs. The fluid literally backs up in the lungs be en use (ho left side of the heart is weak. There arc other things which cause short- ness of breath but this is the first thing one tlunks of in a person who has heart disease. Your doctor has probably al- ready considered this and must not think this Ls the case. Vour letter suggests that you do not have confidence in your doctor's opinion. If your prob- hacl about 20 X-rays and we have hcen worried about the side effects they might have. De.ir Kcatier Excess radi- ation can have side effects. For this reason limits of exposure to radiation over a given period of time have been set for hum- an beings. Unless the person, is in an occupation that causes him to be exposed to radiation, the usual number of X rays done for medical examinations doesn't pose a problem. Cer- tainly they pose less of a threat to the patient than not taking the X-rays and failing to diag- 1cm is nervousness and emo-1 nose an important medical tional tension, one factor in re- lieving this would be to satisfy your own mind that your heart is all right. So, I think you should ask your doctor to send you to a heart specialist for a problem. Most radiologists are well-versed on this problem and are not likely to use an exces- sive amount of X-rays in study- ing their patients. Ocean-power? Andy sends a eomplete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Monte C. Ricca, age 11, of Cameron, Arizona, for his question: Could the ocean generate elec- tric power? This sensible occurs to many thoughtful young stu- dents. We are told and told that more oil is needed lo meet our growing needs for electric ener- gy. We also know that power plants that burn fossil fuels create pollulion and that even atomic power plants may ho somewhat hazardous. So it is time to seek saner systems lo supply the electric power we (Newsnaper Enterprise Assn.) I nccd- suggest that the restless ocean can be j tamed to supply ai! the non- electric power GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. COREN io irni ai araio TitvMi Both vulnerable. South deab. NORTH 4 AST W643 0 AK10 WEST EAST 4J9S 4 10 641 K J 8 7 .1 Q I 6 Q9 O J 10 3 K 4 SOUTH V A 10 8 0 Tit AQ8S The bidding: Couth West North East 1 Pasi 1 0 Pass INT Pan ZNT Pan 3 NT Pass PHI Pais Opening lead: Seven of 5? Ono of declarer's basic techniques at no trump play Js the holdup. The problem often hinges or. just when lo the Initiative away from the defenders. South held off one round too long in today's hand and present- ed his opponent with an op- portunity to come up with a sparkling play to upset de- clarer's three m trump con- tract. West opened the seven of hearts and East put up tha queen whicX South permitted to hold the trick. The deuce of hearts was returned and declarer played the ten, los- ing to West's jack. The five vapor- nomtcnl answer to our needs. Vow, it seems, we must turn to the sea and other clean, safe sources of electric energy. In the future, no doubt, the tides and Hie contrasting ocean temperatures will be harnessed to turn numerous generators. Other clean .sources of energy may be harnessed from tlie sun and from heat in the earth's crust, Huilding and testing these systems will be costly- hut once installed they will be run by natural forces. The sun and the sea are waiting to sup- ply boundless amounts of en- ergy free of charge when we are determined to learn how to harness them. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1372) Questions asxcfl Ijy cnlldinn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntfngton Beacii, California (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1972) Bahamian election date set the warm sea vat or. Its expanding gas provides to push a round, an eltc- tri NASSAU f AP) Prime Min- ister Lynden 0. Pindling dis- solved the Bahamian parlia- ment today clearing the way for a general election fiept. 19. Pindling's Progressive Lib- eral party Li seeking a mandate to declare the group of islands independent from Britain. The was made in an early morning broadcast and Pindling said the procla- mation dissolving parliament would be signed later by the Sir -John Paul. Pindling said he would con- vene the new parliamon' in Or- toher and that one of its first actions would he the in- troduction of his government's while paper proposing complete independence from Britain in 1973.. Pindling's party holds 21 ?eats in the House of Assembly, the Free National Movement has iiriiJ the CurnrnomvcaHh f.'dbw party 1. One seat Is held by rm independent. The opposition Eire op- pofcd tfj a of ir.dc- P'jntler.ce the grounds that the ec'inrmik' s :c fe. a. BLONDIE-By Chic Young KEY' 'THAT'S THE IDEA'-- THE. L1GVIT OrP BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker CM1 You WAL FASTER OTTO I WANTEP TO SET BAC< TO TrE AREA WHO GOES THEPEf FPIEND OR III A8NER-By Al Capp VJE'LU VOL) AMD MAIL VOU THE RESULTS- M BUT-THE THE. MAILIMG IS IHTERRUPTED BVAW AMOROUS 1MTEW-) YOU'VE GOT ME SO FLUSTERED 1 DON'TKMOW WHAT I'M DOING ARCHIE-By Bob Montana THEPEMMWT IS CAUGHT ON THE a1lon i.s not ripu for sudt Thc.se and several other rc workable systems have been m vented to ho mess the ocean to j provide electric: power. The ex- periments of the IDWs were dis- carded because thxr o rr r. 1, Deemed loo enormous. At that time, nobody saw oiUier our present pollution problems or our increased need for more electric pr.wcr, loiter, the atom- ic reactor was seemed to be of the 7M or islands which rn.'ike up nh i n a r, ch a i r rn'f: i n- Ivjbilerf and popnlntinn is estimated at Cinder the Naml's con- stitution Pindling did have En call the election for eight HI AND LOlS-By Dik Browne LOOK AT 6REAT SHORT- CUTS Z CAN TAKE CRAWLWG I DONT KNOW THAT I EVER VvWTTO LEARN TO WALK SIVES YOU A FEEL FOR THE? FLOOR AND THE GROUND YOU NEVER 6ET FROM WALKING. IF GOD HAD WAHTHP WE TO WALK, ME WOULD HAVE J GIVEN ME A PAIR OF SNEAKERS FOR CHRISTMAS SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Nool invented anrl j frequently Iho first trees :i safe, ceo- grow in burned-over areas. HACK and white birch arc to LIFE ON THE J-lAZY-S-By T. H. Edwards IT t OtCfPfO TO TIL OOC 70 A rfltf AttO rvtfj HfS LOQSC THEf KttCM WAT JO-JO GO tionc Cvr tint THE RAHtH BUGS BUNNY HIS LOKJS, HAIRY ARMS REACHED OUT FDR ME BUT J. 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