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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 12, 1974 Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I am a man of 70 and have had angina for eight years I have been taking four Isordil tablets daily, one before meals, and one upon retiring I aiso have been carrying a small vial of Nitrostat and oc- casionally have had to put one under my tongue if I exert myself or walk too fast About six months ago, I put myself on a very strict, fat- free diet I haven't felt this good in the last 10 years I cut my Isordil down to two tablets daily I carry Nitrostat till it crumbles in my pocket Now I can walk as far as I care to and can play 18 holes of golf without any distress I told my doctor just how well I felt, and he told me not to try to be my own doctor He further suggested that I take the medicine as he had prescribed, that this cholesterol bit was mostly a lot of nonsense and that the fat free diet was debatable since nothing had been proved on this deal Should I continue as I am doing, or see another doctor9 Dear Reader You've done yourself a favor I have seen many people who have gone on a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet who have lost weight and had marked improvement in their heart condition Most people on such diets do lose weight and that is a big help It means you have to do less work in moving that body around the golf course Even patients bedridden with recurrent heart pain, often get marked relief on a low- calorie low-fat diet Anyone who has taken care of lots of heart patients and tried this knows how beneficial this can be in some cases I approve of your effort The American Heart Assn recommends a low-fat, low- cholesterol diet for patients with your type of heart trouble The Food and Nutri- tion Board of the National Academy of Sciences National Research Council, and the Council on Foods and Nutrition of the American Medical Assn also made such a recommendation in a joint statement in July, 1972 Similar diet recommen- dations were made by the Inter-Society Commission on Heart Disease So, you can judge for yourself One other thing Your Nitrostat tablets they are nitroglycenn The ones that have crumbled in your pocket are worthless Nitroglycenn is a volatile substance and those tablets should be kept sealed in an amber bottle in the refrigerator You can open the bottle once a week and take out a week's supply The tablets you carry on your person won't be good for more than a week A lot of heart patients are walking around with worthless nitroglycerine tablets in their pockets This may not be all bad, because if you have not had angina for a long time and then start hav- ing it, you should see a doctor first before taking nitroglycenn If you have any problems about the nitroglycenn story, tell your doctor there is a good write-up on the problem in the Canadian Medical Jour- nal (Vol 110 page 788, 1974) There is a lot of confusion about nitroglycenn tablets and this may help clarify the problem Flashback By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dec 12, 1974 1688 Judge Jeffreys took refuge from mob in Tower of London 1889 Robert Browning, poet, died 1894 Japanese forces in- vaded Korea 1953 The art gallery of Hamilton Ont, was opened by Gov Gen Vincent Massey 1963 Kenya became independent Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H GOREN AND OMAR SHARIF 1974 ThoChlugo Tribune South (leak NORTH Q5 V A10932 84 4 10632 WEST EAST 41098 A.11096 32 K SOUTH AK7432 9 b Q5 AQ84 1 he bidding South W est North Last 1 2 Pass Pass 2 Pass 3 Pass 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead BourotV In cooperation with tht International Bridge Press Association thi Dutch tirm of Holt. Liquors has inaugu rated a novel form of bridge competition have in tight of the worlds great plivtrs to submit a bridge tip with a of awarded lor tht best advice The tight arc Giorgio Ik llandonna and Benito (Italv) Gabriel hagas (Brazil) RIXI Markus and itrtnte Reest (England) Tim Strts (Australia) Bob and Bob Hamm.in lUS whose bit of bridge wisdom is featured hen To good bridge, main tains Hamman you must learn how to build up a pu ture of the unseen hands Let s plav along with him in four spades, aftei West leads the four of hearts A considerable amount Your horoscope By Dixon FRIDAY, DEC. 13 Your birthday today: Coin- cides with an eclipse, which is important everywhere although only visible in a limited part of the world Your year has a frontier adventure quality to it, with much mentally to stimulate you and many exciting turns in all relationships ARIES (March 21-April 19) Deal with people in authority settle outstanding ac- counts Distant news coin- cides with your self improve- ment programs Catch up on correspondence TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Your judgment is sound and allows you to close deals Claim credit for achievement and ask for a raise if you've earned one Celebrate this evening GEMINI (May 21-June Start early Gather a group together to cope with major problems or obstacles Offer a hand to those who have been down on their luck lately CANCER (June 21-July 22) Be sure to ask for all that's due you as you finish up your work week More exertion on the job produces better results Home life goes well but needs some rearrangements LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Tend to the welfare of children and others who you love Round up support for current enterprises, initiate a few new projects tan be li arned trom the opening lead First West (dnnot both iht act and king ot diamonds lor h( would Ii'd one ol those cards the heart lead is unlikeh to be a singleton for that would East hearts headed the king queen jack in addition to a diamond honor and he would not have passed this part ner s ovtrtall Also East must have i ither the king or quctn ol hearts tor it West held both top honois ht would have led the king rather than a low heart Thus East is marked with at least one honor in hearts and a high diamond honor and, in view of his failure to bid he almost (ertainh ean not hold the king ot clubs as well Looking at two sure dia mond losers, declarer's prob lem is to hold his elub losers to one Since the picture of the hands dooms the club finesse to failure it is re jected Alter winning the ace of hearts he leads a club to the ace and is gratified about his card reading abihtv when West drops the king But declarer is not yet out of the woods To avoid two elub losers, he must lead a club from dummy, and his onlj entrj is the queen of trumps Therefore, he has to hope that West holds exaetly two trumps, lor he needs a 3 2 split to avoid a trump loser He eashes a high spade and enters dummv with the queen to lead a club East plajs the nine and declarer wins with the queen heaving a sigh of relief when West discards It is now an easj matter to draw the last trump and concede a club to make a fmel> plaved game VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Yesterday's impasse is open to solution today Accept con- ditions for what they are and do your best with what you have to work with Romance beckons LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Decide what will fit into today's routine, then get busy to wrap up your work week Travel and visits are worthwhile SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. Communication should fill much of your day, gather sup- port for your ventures Whatever money is owed you should be collected promptly SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. Taking the lead pays high dividends Be on the go early, make all important contacts brief Don't attract public attention while you work CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Find out where friends and neighbors are headed Offer co-operation or at least good wishes A personal pro- ject can be boosted a long step forward AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb Be sociable today Keep finances away from dinner table talk Enjoy yourself at home with your family tonight PISCES (Feb 19-March 20) Get together with people simply for the pleasure of their company New friendships develop all around you, stay away from those you're not sure about yet Ask Andy RAINBOW COLORS' THEORY Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Tim Kocsis, age 12, of Gallup, N M for his question What is the theory of rainbow A theory is an educated guess based on a mass of reasonable evidence When we get enough evidence to prove it to be true, it graduates from the theory class and becomes a known scientific fact After generations of patient research scientists can ex- plain the cause of rainbow colors as fact rather than theory The rainbow is called the spectrum of white light and it reveals all the colors visible to the human eye White light is actually ordinary colorless light which is known to be a fantastic bundle of electromagnetic energies It fans out from its source in all directions, traveling in straight lines at the breakneck speed of about 186000 miles per second But this is not the whole story Far from it Light travels along in pulses of energy somewhat like the ups and downs of the heaving ocean waves A wavelength is the distance from the crest of one pulse to the next A beam of light is an assortment of numerous wavelengths Travelling together at the same speed, the multitude of different wavelengths blends together and becomes in- visible When the various wavelengths in a beam of in- visible light are separated, they are forced to show themselves as the splendid colors of the rainbow This happens, for example, when a beam of white light passes through a glass prism As the different wavelengths strike its sloping sides, they are bent at different angles which sends them off in different directions The shorter wavelengths bend at sharper angles and reveal themselves as rays of blue light Slightly longer and still longer wavelengths bend at wider angles and reveal themselves as bands of green, I AWST HAVE A 600P IMA6INATI0N -P-r I THOU6MT I HEARD THIS MORNING THAT STUPIP CUSTOPlAN UMTH MOP n rq "T7L SHORT MBS JOS MAS AN ADVANTAGE I DONT, COUNT ON BEEN ACEOSS THE INTERNATIONAL PATE LINE SO MANY TIMES JM A YEAR YOUNGER 1HAM WMEN J. HI AND LOIS FIX IT UP. PAINT IT, POLISH ITAMD MAKE IT RUN BETTER NEW WMAT ARE TO DO wrrM THIS OLP BUGS BUNNY yellow and orange The longest wavelengths are bent least and angle off to reveal themselves as glorious rain bow reds These bending exercises give us the rainbow spectrum of white light Other things happen to give us the colors of everyday scenery For ex- ample, leafy foliage absorbs all the colors except the greens, which bounce back for our eyes to see The wavelengths of light are measured by the angstrom un- it which is a 100 millionth part of a centimeter The rain- bow colors of the spectrum range from short blue wavelengths of about angstroms step by step up to long red wavelengths of around angstroms 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) 1ST ENGINEERING SCHOOL The first engineering school was founded in 1802 at the U S Military Academy at West Point BLONDIE ITS FINALLY HAPPENED (THEY JUST INTERRUPTED (A COMMERCIALTO SHOW ANOTHER if COMMERCIAL ARCHIE I FEEL 0LAH... AND MY EYESIGHT IS BLURRY.' I'LL LEAVE A COUPLE. OF PILLS ON YOUR DESK. WHAT ARE VOU TALKING I HAVEN'T BEEN UP I TOOK. THOSE PINK PILLS YOU LEFT ON MY DESK, BUT I DON'T FEEL ANY COACH... DID YOU SEE. Y MY EAP-PLUGSFJ HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Fun with figures By J A H HUNTER Each letter stands for a different digit It's a strange world we live in today, and this GOOFY must be truly odd' What is it, then9 GOOD PADS Thanks for idea to B H Longson, Sept-lies, Quebec (Answer tomorrow) GOOD PADS ARE GOOFY Yesterday's answer. Dinner, February 21 WE HAVE TWO BEETLE BAILEY I'M NOT EVEN TO LOOK TODAY NEVER FROM TME PENTAGON' LI'L ABNER TUMBLEWEEDS ;